Thursday, December 15, 2005

Thank You, Mr Widdecombe

Just arrived with Ann Widdecombe on the Isle of Man. Great hotel (The Sefton, in Douglas) which has wireless internet access. Just about to go to lunch with the Governor. Hilarious moment at Gatwick when I gave my boarding card to the lady at check in. "Thank you, Mr Widdecombe," she said. I'd better not describe the various thoughts going round in my head... Ann's face was a picture. Best thing of all, they don't have the Human Rights Act in the Isle of Man. Not quite sure what I can do to take advantage of that, so any ideas, please feel free to post a comment.

6 comments:

Wat Tyler said...

Albania's favourite filmstar Sir Norman Wisdom lives on the IOM. Maybe you could visit him with a custard pie.I'm sure he'd be pleased.

Kerron said...

Iain,

Following your comments on the Isle of Man, I have a question for you to answer too.

http://kerroncross.blogspot.com/2005/12/man-oh-man.html

Thanks.

Iain Dale said...

oooh, Mr Grimshaw, Mr Grimshaw...

Kerron said...

Grimsdale. Not Grimshaw. Another factual error. ;-)

Iain Dale said...

As I was typing that I wondered if I'd got it right...

Ta for the correction.

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