Out of work by Friday?

  Þ² 00:42 03 May 10
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What will be in the pipeline for those long term MPs who will probably lose their seat/cabinet job by next weekend?

I'm thinking the likes of Brown (if he loses) will probably write memoirs to make some money but I couldn't see him managing to milk his former role like Baloney Tony...

  WhiteTruckMan 02:37 03 May 10

Some interviews with the clown prosecution service.

WTM

  mole44 05:00 03 May 10

"Oh dear,how sad,never mind",as they said in Dads army.

  morddwyd 06:37 03 May 10

Even if they just take their parliamentary pension many of them need never work again and will be richer than most people with an occupational pension.

  sunnystaines 06:47 03 May 10

all he could talk about on the circuit is self destruction and how to wreck a nation.

  Quickbeam 07:41 03 May 10

I think he'll be quickly forgotten, he's never been very charismatic has he.

  al's left peg 09:49 03 May 10

He will probably get a role like EU finance minister or something.

  Quickbeam 10:21 03 May 10

Greece will have a vacancy soon... it's a tragedy post.

  Grey Goo 11:13 03 May 10

I wouldn't trust him to shovel the proverbial from one ship to another.

  bri-an 12:22 03 May 10

But, presumably, you'd trust Cameron do the shovelling? Then again, I suppose an Eton boy wouldn't know which end to hold?
I must say, listening to Cameron being interviewed the other night, he really did begin to annoy me with his stock phrase, always "rolling up his sleeves" to get on with the job. Surely he could find an alternative expression - just for a change!

  Joseph Kerr 12:27 03 May 10

Cameron would get his man servant to roll his sleeves up for him.

Said servant would be well remunerated though, via the miracle of trickle down economics.

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