Friday, 5 March 2010
BROWN - I CUT BACK THE MONEY FOR HELICOPTERS
Gordon Brown admitted this afternoon at the Chilcot Enquiry that he cut the HELICOPTER BUDGET from £3 billion to £1.6 billion.
Asked by the Chairman why he had done this and what he had spent the money on, Brown replied, "well you see we needed money to help Lesbians and Gays, some Asylum seekers didn't have very nice houses and they had been used to a front and back garden in their own countries. We also spent some of the money training people like Traffic Wardens and Council Officials to be annoying bastards. We needed some of it for Trident, a weapon we can't fire unless the Americans give us permission and anyway we've got to buy the spare parts from them. We needed of course CCTVs and Speed Cameras, so we could see what everyone was doing and finally I had to spend £300 million on 10 Downing Street when I moved in to make sure it was splendid enough for me, a very important person".
At that Mr Brown flung a Laptop at the Chairman and stormed out of the building.