Hypocritic Oath


Gordon “Bottler” Brown, Scottish Prime Minister unelected.

Gordon “Bottler” Brown and Lord Gravytrain of Slitherin (formerly twice disgraced Minister Peter Mandelson) have demonstrated their swearing of the Hypocritic Oath.


Lord Gravytrain, Blair Brown Regime Minister non-elected

First, Lord Gravytrain suggested that former crony Fred “The Shred” Goodwin should do the decent thing and give up his pension rights that were agreed by the Blair Brown Regime as part of the package to save Scottish votes by nationalizing the losses of failed bank RBS. The same day it emerged that Lord Gravytrain again stands accused of highly questionable actions that suggest he is the last person to be free to give ethical advice to anyone.

Secondly, “Bottler” joined the stampede to blame “The Shred” for the entire mess created over years by the Blair Brown Regime that has been leading the world into the deepest recession for seventy years. “Bottler” claimed that anyone failing should give up their pension rights. That sounds like encouraging news for British taxpayers if the Blair Brown regime and its cronies are offering to give up their gold plated pension rights in amends for the catastrophic failures perpetrated by the Regime – BUT DON’T HOLD YOUR BREATH – what he really meant to say was “please look the other way at “The Shred” and not the mess that I’ve created”


Esteemed London swimming club saves lives following its closure, with generous RNLI donation


Mike and Norma Cheetham with their cheque for the RNLI

Date: 26/02/2009

Author: Tim Ash, Divisional Media Relations Manager

Reference: SE 022 2009
Pictured are Mike and Norma Cheetham, from Brentford and Chiswick Swimming Club, with the cheque for the RNLI

A community swimming club that taught thousands of children in the Brentford and Chiswick area to swim before disbanding, will continue to help save lives in the water after making a sizeable donation to the RNLI.

More than £20,000 has been donated by Brentford and Chiswick Swimming Club, which recently decided to wind up it’s activities after nearly four decades of teaching children and adults how to swim. The club disbanded in 2008 due to difficulties finding enough volunteers to teach children, but have pledged the £24,480 remainder of their funds to the charity that saves lives at sea and on the tidal reaches of the River Thames throughout London.