EVERYTHING is Gordon Brown's fault

This slightly sordid but predictable story about the collapse of an airline covers the alleged overspending of the chief executive, the financing of yesterday's bills from today's revenue, and the likely explanation: ultimately, this company collapsed as a knock-on effect from some other airlines, which failed while owing it money.

It's unfortunate for the creditors and those who had bought tickets, but these things happen.

The first comment on the BBC story?
There has to be something inherently wrong and deficient about Gordon Brown's handling of the UK's financial landscape.
...I don't suppose the Company bought tables at Labour Party dinners - or did it?
"Prudence" or "Darling Pridence" - Would you trust them to look after a bag of sweeties?
The guy just can't get a break.


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