Thursday, April 13, 2006
Britain & the challenges of the modern world
As I travel around the country I feel a sense of pride that New Labour's acheivements are delivering real change, but I also know Britain can't be complacent in the modern world.
It's right and proper in a modern, civilised multicultural society that no one is left behind and all are on an equal footing. Equally, with the rising threat of China as a global economic power it is also right and proper that we realign ourselves to meet the challenges ahead.
Pending my smooth transition, I am laying out my 15 year plan for change which among other ideas, will include new legislation to ensure Britain's competitiveness in the 21st century.
It is essential that a competitive responsible United Kingdom rallies behind the beacon of government, and, building on the legacy of Tony Blair, government and business must further amalgamate to provide a flexible and prosperous system for all.
Within this review, unprecedented in a generation, we are considering propsoals for a new offence of 'The Glorification of the Middle Class' to ensure all are sufficiently given the opportunities they deserve in the 21st century.
It is vital that Britain reform to meet the global challenges ahead for a better world.
Right Honorable Gordon Brown MP
Gordon Brown New Labour
I have been looking for work non stop for three years, I've been called a cripple by one employer, turned away from interviews because I could not get into the building called a handicapped piece of shit.
We have also struggled to get a dentist my grandson last month had fourteen teeth removed by the hospital after never seeing a dentist since birth he is now eight years old, what did Labour say your a lier lots of dentists available, then we are told yes it will take two years,
No thanks after 36 years supporting Labour I have had enough of Thatcherisn even Labour style.
Gordon is a moron
Dont say brown say hopeless
Go now you disgusting idiot just call an election and P**s off.
almost had me fooled
From the British public