'At that point, I think Ms McNeill regretted starting the argument.'Heh!
It does rather beg the question of just why BA would feel the need to suck up to a failed former PM, though, doesn't it? Or why his staff should feel they have any clout with the media:
Mr Brown's office was contacted on Friday. Yesterday afternoon, his spokeswoman sent a text message saying 'I assume you have read the BA statement and are now not running the story'...That'll be another mistaken assumption, then...
No real surprises there .. when one believes oneself to have "saved" the world .. one assumes that one is entitled to be treated accordingly ..
What a great pity BA & other Airlines don't reserve a special class of seat for those who are terminally delusional ..
That said, bigger fools those concerned for allowing themselves to be intimidated by BA (Brown's Airline) in the first place ..
I mean, what were BA going to do .. physically eject them from their seats, using a Tag-Team of "Trolly-Dollies" & "Shirt-Lifters" ?
Yeah right ..
"Seems a bit odd" - that a plane load of (already boarded) passengers were re-allocated, down-graded, or dumped, and the remainder sat looking at their -now empty- seats until at a later stop...
just the right number of the 'Brown party' materialised to occupy them.
What I want to know is how come Brown seems to have time to swan around the world with an entourage, but is unavailable to do his job as an MP and attend Parliament.
I believe he's only stopped into Westminster twice since the election. How is this in any way acceptable? If it was any other job he would be sacked.
"...when one believes oneself to have "saved" the world .. one assumes that one is entitled to be treated accordingly... "
You'd think that delusion would have lost its power by now.
"...just the right number of the 'Brown party' materialised to occupy them."
Quite! You'd think, for what they probably pay the PR staff, they could have come up with a more plausible tale.
"How is this in any way acceptable? If it was any other job he would be sacked."
Says a lot for his constituents, doesn't it? Hell, they deserve him.
"You'd think that delusion would have lost its power by now" ...
Not when you have people like the sycophantic dirigible McNeill constantly polishing his ego for him ..
"Says a lot for his constituents, doesn't it? Hell, they deserve him" ...
I'm sure we all know that there are people in this country who would willingly vote for a desiccated dog turd, provided it was wearing a Red rosette ..
Oh, hang on ....
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