20 March 2009


Prime Minister Gordon Brown Checks In With The Spectator

"BTW, the Czech presidency branded carpet at EU Council venue induced a technicolour alphabet-soup headache." See at http://tinyurl.com/cg97yd "the EU loan to IMF is $100 billion (dollars, not euros). It was hot in that briefing room, not to mention that carpet." -- British Prime Minister Gordon Brown.

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