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Suits You, Sir: Gordon Brown Mugs Up Being Prime Minister

by | 25th, June 2007

gordon-brown-prime-minister.jpg GORDON Brown will be Prime Minister. Or yes he will. (Pics: Poldraw ; The Spine )

But he might not be one for long. As the Sun says in an “exclusive” on its front page: “ELECTION IN A YEAR.”

The Mail agrees, although not in an exclusive, and says on its front page: “BROWN GEARS UP FOR SPRING ELECTION.”

Chances are high that gulping Gordon won’t be our political leader for all that long.

But he has hope. The man who has waited ten years to get the top job does not give up easily. He waits. He plots. He gets his teeth fixed.

And we can learn all about what Brown has in store for us and his career in the Mirror which has an interview with the man.

Our Cuppa Tea

gordon-browns-mug.jpg Instantly the differences between Gordon and Tony Blair are apparent. Gordon is sat in a working men’s café. He is dressed in a suit. He looks like he’s come to inspect the place, go over the accounts or demand rent.

Before him sits a bacon sandwich (brown bread) and a cup of tea. And a mug of tea.

Tony went for the mug in public. But Gordon seems to be caught on the horns of dilemma. Does he go for the cup? Or the mug? He goes for both.

The result is less a man of the working people who gets the job done (mug) or a man of refined tastes and in touch with this feminine side (cup) but a man who is just plain greedy.

The Mirror says this is “an extremely rare glimpse of the man behind the suit”. So why is Brown in a suit? Might it be that the man behind the suit is the same as the man in front of it, what you see is that you get? Gordon is a suit

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