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Gordon Brown’s Benneton Walk At St Pancras Station

by | 6th, April 2010

ON the BBC images of Gordon Brown walking along the Euston Road on his way to King’s Cross St Pancras Station. Everyone wants to shake Gordon’s hand. Everyone he meets.

A baby is in a pram. Gordon smiles and waves. The baby is delighted. The woman with the baby is delighted. The men and women all lined up in the spick and span station are delighted. The BBC says some of these smiling faces MAY be party workers.

A smartly dressed young black woman is walking next to Brown. To his side is a smartly dressed young black man.

One step away a cute young white woman in hot pants and a fashionable T-shirt. To his rear an Asian man. It’s not a walk – it’s a Benetton advert.

A woman walks through the mob because they are the her way. Gordon laughs and pats her on the back. She does not break her stride.She does not even look at Grodon Brown.

Lots more people are lined up. They too are shaking hands. Everyone is shaking hands. Right now Gordon Brown is shaking your hand. And he’s smiling. You’re calling him a **** and he’s smiling and shaking your hand…


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Prime Minister Gordon Brown and his wife Sarah arrive at St Pancras Station to take the train to Rochester in Kent, after he called the General Election on May 6.

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