» Friday, October 27, 2006


Asked if the Prime Minister had been contacted by the police regarding cash for honours the PMS said that there had been no change to the position. Asked why the answer was, "no change" rather than, "no", the PMS said the answer to which there was no change was no.

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  1. The position will change soon enough when he is helping the police with their enquiries. Let’s hope the police are more immune to his vacuous spin than most of the mainstream media. Tony may soon be ‘the Labour Party’s Mr. Wandsworth Prison’. Jeffrey and Jonathan could give him some tips.

    Comment by Gordon B — 27 Oct 2006 on 11:44 pm | Link
  2. Who would ever question Tony? He owns the United Kingdom!

    Comment by viz — 29 Oct 2006 on 5:35 pm | Link

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