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Gordon Brown ‘not concerned’ after spotting job advert for new prime minister

A Downing Street spokesman has said Gordon Brown is ‘unconcerned’ about the advertisement for a ‘New Prime Minister’ placed in the appointments section of yesterday’s Sunday Times newspaper.

The advertisement which states that ‘Previous applicants should not re-apply’ was placed by a company called Windsor Recruitment, a family business, with a trading address in a plush location in South West London.

A spokesman said that Brown was 100 per cent commited to nonchalence over the situation, and that all his team were equally relaxed about the non-existent threat. ‘In fact, if Gordon sees someone who isn’t being laid back, they’d better buck their ideas up or they’ll have me to answer for,’ said a spokesman.

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Posted: Apr 28th, 2009 by antharrison

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