Just a few weeks ago, enraged Panmure Gordon chief executive Tim Linacre told The Capitalist he&rsquo;d rather see Mickey Mouse running the country as Prime Minister instead of Gordon Brown, after the government infuriated the City by raising the top tax band to 50 per cent.<br /><br />And yesterday, after Gary Keogh bagged his allocated five minutes of fame throwing eggs at Allied Irish Bank chairman Dermot Gleeson at the beleaguered firm&rsquo;s EGM in Dublin, the Irish pensioner also mooted the idea of handing the reins to the Disney character and his pals.<br /><br />&ldquo;The whole board should be replaced by Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck,&rdquo; he hollered, angrily.<br /><br />Could a cartoon rodent fast be becoming the most sought-after job candidate in the British Isles?