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"So Who's Really Behind the McDonagh Plot?"Taking a cue from the photo... its either the Dark Prince or perhaps even someone in the cabinet?Are you trying to tell us something Iain? ;-)
:-)that's made my weekend!!!
So our EU masters are getting a bit concerned are they?!!!!
http://siobhainmcdonagh.org.uk/images/gallery/blunkett/00355.jpgMaybe it's him also!
Panto season already?HE'S BEHIND YOU!
About 60 million people !
"By the pricking of my thumbs, something wicked this way comes."
Why was Mandy over here then, and if so, does anyone know where he was on Thursday? Did Mandy have anything to do with the Channel Tunnel fire, thus preventing him from going back to Brussels?Imagine the question - So Mr Mandleson, what were you doing in Dover with a bottle of lighter fluid and a box of matches just before that train left?
Knowing your love of lists, Iain, isn't it time you had one for the most naive politician of the year?Siobahn would get my vote
You may think that. I couldn't possibly comment.
Didn't the train that caught fire leave from Calais?
Perhaps Mandy can arrange a meeting between McBroon and Tony at the "Tex-Mex Cantina" to "develop a convincing new narrative" ?
I listened to McDonut - she is just another Bloody Fool new labour luvvy, and clearly fairly dense. Therefore she'd make an ideal stalking horse for any plotter.
I trust you are not alluding to the "queen"!
I cannot do better than report the reaction of Derek Draper on Newsnight. Draper, who (like Newsnight's other sofa-monkeys Peter Hyman, Daniel Finkelstein and Olly Grender) has never condescended to seek election to anything in his life, dismissed McDonagh's concerns as "a spasm".Mere MPs like her don't matter. Voters don't matter. They might as well all stay at home next time as vote for any of the three main parties (including the SNP, as wholly owned a subsidiary of the Tories nationally as the Tories are of it in Scotland).After all, whereas McDonagh has been sacked merely for availing herself of her right under Labour's Constitution to request a piece of paper, James Purnell has not been sacked for failing to rebuff the public offer of his current job in a Cameron Cabinet, nor has Andrew Adonis been sacked for failing to rebuff Cameron's public offer of his current boss's job. Read over that last bit again, and give it time to sink in.
Who's that behind Vanessa Phelps?
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