Wednesday, June 11, 2008

200 million pound bribe for DUP 42 day votes

According to the Guardian Gordon Brown has promised the DUP £200m of a bribe to get their votes on the 42 day detention act. Not a bad price if you can afford it, only £22m odd per vote. Never mind it's only our money

However it appears some Labour MP's have been bought for a share of only £42k by the promise of compensation to those unfortunates detained but not charged. Obviously Labour MP's aren't worth much these days.

DUP likely to rescue Brown in 42 day vote | Politics | The Guardian

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