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Peter Foster

Asked for a reaction to the latest ‘revelations’ by Peter Foster, the Prime Minister’s Official Spokesman (PMOS) said that we had nothing to add to what we had said about Mr Foster in the past. Asked if Downing Street continued to maintain that the Prime Minister had never met Peter Foster, the PMOS said that we stood by what had been said. If journalists needed reminding, they could look it up in previous press briefing notes. Today we had other things on our mind.

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  1. I know Peter Foster is supposed to be trying to sell a book and therefore anything he says should be taken with a large pinch of salt, but wouldn’t it be funny if there WAS some truth in his allegations… Imagine it, Saint Tony dragged through a divorce court!

    On a more serious note, surely anyone with any sense would have remembered Fosters track record from the 80s and steered well clear of him and anything to do with him in the first place. As the alleged leader of our country, you’d imagine Tony would have used a little better judgement in his personal dealings – after all, he ought to have known that there’d be SOME kind of potential fall-out.

    Comment by PapaLazzzaru — 12 Mar 2004 on 9:29 am | Link

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