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''Primus inter pares''
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''Primus inter pares'',or the First Among Equals.
  
or the First Among Equals
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In [[UK]] terms an elected dictator with authority on all matters related to [[British]] life except for defence spending and [[British Military Procurement Mysteries|procurement]] - the latter being left entirely in the hands of the defence industry.
  
A position that has had some fine inhabitants over the years, such as Churchill, Thatcher, Disraeli & Pitt.
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The office of PM has had some fine inhabitants over the years, such as [[Winston Churchill]], [[Mrs Thatcher|Margaret Thatcher]], Benjamin Disraeli and William Pitt. Unfortunately, it has also seen some utter wankers - chief among them the previous incumbent (see [[Tony Bliar]]), his successor ([[Gordon Brown]]), that clown [[John Major|Major]] and any amount of insignificant losers.  
  
Also some utter wnakers, chief among them the current incumbent (see [[Tony Bliar]]), his likely successor, that clown [[John Major|Major]] and any amount of insignificant losers.
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I realise this isn't terribly incisive political analysis and comment, but I really just hate [[TCB]]. If current trends continue, a soon to be abolished position. Being replaced with ''El Presidente''.
 
 
I realise this isn't terribly incisive political analysis and comment, but I really just hate [[TCB]].
 
 
 
If current trends continue, a soon to be abolished position. Being replaced with "El Presidente".
 

Latest revision as of 17:16, 11 July 2008

Primus inter pares,or the First Among Equals.

In UK terms an elected dictator with authority on all matters related to British life except for defence spending and procurement - the latter being left entirely in the hands of the defence industry.

The office of PM has had some fine inhabitants over the years, such as Winston Churchill, Margaret Thatcher, Benjamin Disraeli and William Pitt. Unfortunately, it has also seen some utter wankers - chief among them the previous incumbent (see Tony Bliar), his successor (Gordon Brown), that clown Major and any amount of insignificant losers.

I realise this isn't terribly incisive political analysis and comment, but I really just hate TCB. If current trends continue, a soon to be abolished position. Being replaced with El Presidente.