» Thursday, June 10, 2004

PM Voting

Asked where the Prime Minister had voted, the PMS said that the Prime Minister usually voted in London during local elections. He voted in his constituency at General Elections.

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  1. That’s a NO then.

    Comment by Roger Huffadine — 11 Jun 2004 on 9:43 am | Link
  2. The more interesting question is who did he vote for?

    Did Tony vote for Ken? Ken opposed privatising the tube, the Iraq war, and has generally been an opponent of the Government.

    I wonder if Tony for Norris instead?

    Comment by Uncarved Block — 11 Jun 2004 on 1:41 pm | Link

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