:laugh2: I'm so proud! http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/new...n-Brown-is-frustrated-by-Psycho-in-No-10.html Gordon Brown is frustrated by 'Psycho' in No 10 Tim Walker Last Updated: 4:31PM GMT 18 Mar 2009 Alas, when the PM settled down to begin watching them the other night, he found there was a problem. The films only worked in DVD players made in North America and the words "wrong region" came up on his screen. Although he mournfully had to put the popcorn away, he is unlikely to jeopardise the special relationship – or "special partnership", as we are now supposed to call it – by registering a complaint. A Downing Street spokesman said he was "confident" that any gift Obama gave Brown would have been "well thought through," but referred me to the White House for assistance on the "technical aspects". A White House spokesman s******ed when I put the story to him and he was still looking into the matter when my deadline came last night. By the way, when Obama's unlikely gift was disclosed, a reader emailed me to ask if Clueless was among the films. Funnily enough, it was not. Brown, on the other hand, presented a rather more thoughtful gift to the American President in the form of a penholder carved from the timbers of an anti-slavery ship. The sister ship, in fact, of the one that was broken up and turned into the desk in the Oval Office.