Gordon Brown is facing renewed calls from rebel MPs for a referendum on the European Union treaty. [url=http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk_politics/7198580.stm]MPs renew calls for EU referendum [/url]Mr Brown signed the Lisbon Treaty, as did other EU heads of state, in December. But it has to be ratified by all EU parliaments, before coming into force - something which begins in Westminster on Monday. [url=http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk_politics/7198546.stm]Brown announces India aid package [/url]Gordon Brown has announced a new package of development aid for India, worth [b]£825m[/b] over the next three years. (That is a [i]lot[/i] of money... )
Referendum or not, the time of the British monarch is coming to a close.I don't want it, but it is inevitable.The money for India is a drop in the ocean for a nation of over 1 billion people. I saw part of a programme last night about Zimbabwe.The jounalist, John Simpson went to a restaurant to eat with a friend.The cost of the meal was 250,000,000 Zimbabwe dollars. The tip was 10,000,000.Aren't you glad for Jesus?God bless.
Aren't you glad for Jesus?
Referendum or not, the time of the British monarch is coming to a close.
A brother had sent me a few months ago, yahoo-news article about Tony Blair wanted by Europe to be The President of Europe come 1/09.Last nite they announced it on the BBC World Service radio that this is so.He is yet to make a public acceptance.Said that Mr. Brown desires this also.They said he would then be called, "Mr. Europe".