» Monday, June 14, 2004

Euro 2004

Asked the Prime Minister’s reaction to last night’s England v France Euro 2004 match, the PMOS said that he had forgotten to ask the Prime Minister about the game, primarily because he didn’t want to intrude on his private grief. Surely, things could only get better?

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  1. How come the politicians are never as amusing as their spokespeople?

    Comment by Chris Lightfoot — 14 Jun 2004 on 4:42 pm | Link
  2. If they were, would they need spokespeople? (Yes, i suppose they would)

    Comment by Lodjer — 14 Jun 2004 on 4:51 pm | Link
  3. I can’t think of anything more guaranteed to destroy the beautiful game than a politician’s description of it…

    Comment by PapaLazzzaru — 14 Jun 2004 on 6:04 pm | Link
  4. "private grief". You’d think someone had died…

    Ahh. Must be Iraq again. Lots of dead there.

    Comment by Gregory Block — 14 Jun 2004 on 10:02 pm | Link

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