Anorak News | Coke Fiend Gordon Brown Calls Anti-Bullying Hotline About Rupert Murdoch

Coke Fiend Gordon Brown Calls Anti-Bullying Hotline About Rupert Murdoch

by | 22nd, February 2010

brown4THE ELECTION looms and Gordon Brown and David Cameron are striving to see if they can whip the country into frenzy of side-taking not seen since Team Katie took on Team Peter.

Look out for tears on the telly (Gordon’s done that on Piers Morgan), loadsa airbrushing and a debate on which of Dave and Gordon is going to f*** the country in a reverse cowboy.

The Sun has taken side and now piles in on Gordon Brown by calling him the “PRIME MONSTER”.

News is that:

“Scared Downing St staff called anti-bullying helpline”

Know that:

STAFF working for Gordon Brown at No10 have contacted an anti-bullying helpline amid claims they live in terror of the PM, it emerged last night. The revelation follows allegations Mr Brown verbally attacked and manhandled staff.

Brown denies the allegations of bullying put in a new book The End Of The Party by political commentator Andrew Rawnsley. Says Brown:

“If I get angry, I get angry with myself … I throw the newspapers on the floor or something like that, but please … I was brought up – my father, I never heard him say an unkind word about anyone and I always think when you’re – the heat of the moment you say things some time, of course you do get angry, mostly with yourself.”

On that theme, was Osama bin Laden’s dad prone to tempers tantrums or a bastion of peace? Rumours of the Dalai Lama’s dad being a hot-head refuse to go away.

Anyhow, mindful of this, the Sun hears from Christine Pratt, who runs the National Bullying Helpline. The vested–interest group weighs in:

“We have had three or four calls from within his office.”

What was said? Threats?

“Over recent months we have had several inquiries from staff within Gordon Brown’s office. Some called our helpline directly and I have spoken to staff in his office.”

In the strictest confidence, of course. As for the accsations:

In an explosive new book Mr Brown is accused of:

Accusation: “TURFING a stunned secretary out of her chair and taking over her keyboard because she was ‘not typing fast enough’.”

Spin: He can do it all.

Accusation: “SHOVING aside and swearing at long-serving senior adviser Stewart Wood after he arranged a lunchtime reception for EU ambassadors.”

Spin: EU scum!

Accusation: “The PM is said to have told Mr Wood: ‘Why are you making me meet these f****** people?'”

Spin: Well, why? Scum!

Accusation: “LEAPING across a room and grabbing Deputy Chief of Staff Gavin Kelly by the collar after Revenue and Customs lost disks containing personal data of 20 million people.”

Spin: You’ll believe a man can fly!

Accusation: “SWINGING back his arm and clenching his fist after getting more unwelcome news while in the back of his official car.”

Spin: All the guns are in Afghanistan.

Accusation: “BECOMING ‘incandescent’ when he heard a paper was to reveal his conference speech borrowed phrases from US politicians.”

Spin: Brown is an alternative source of het and light.

Accusation: “THROWING Coke cans and pens at staff.”

Spin: Pens and Coke all round! Who wants crisps?

In other news, a ‘Mr GB’ has called the Anti-bullying hotline to complain about Rupert Murdoch. All call are treated in the strictest confidence, so we can’t tell you that GB said that he’d like to punch the little **** in the throat…

Posted: 22nd, February 2010 | In: Politicians Comments (6) | TrackBack | Permalink