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Bagpuss
12th November 2007, 14:00
Jonathan Aitken to advise on prison reform, what next, Jefferey Archer back to lecture on morals?

It's almost like Cameron trying to help Brown, by shooting himself in the foot

Murder1
12th November 2007, 14:06
At least he'll be able to speak from experience when he puts forward any proposals.

Bagpuss
12th November 2007, 14:12
So you think it's a good thing to have a convicted perjurer advising the shadow cabinet on prison reform. Maybe they could get some crack hos to look into the legalisation of drugs or a fraudster to look into tax reform.

It beggars belief!

shaunbhoy
12th November 2007, 14:15
So you think it's a good thing to have a convicted perjurer advising the shadow cabinet on prison reform. Maybe they could get some crack hos to look into the legalisation of drugs or a fraudster to look into tax reform.

It beggars belief!

Hey? Hiring a host of crooked liars and charlatans to offer advice on policy hasn't prevented NL from retaining office way past their sell-by date! If you can't beat 'em.........

Clippy
12th November 2007, 14:50
At least he'll be able to speak from experience when he puts forward any proposals.

First recommendation, soap on a rope.

BoredBloke
12th November 2007, 15:18
The only difference between this liar and a NL one is this one got caught and was sent down.

Bagpuss
12th November 2007, 15:20
So it's a wise move then by Cameron?

AtW
12th November 2007, 15:24
So it's a wise move then by Cameron?

It's not Cameron who did it.

xoggoth
12th November 2007, 17:22
The only difference between.. oh sod, Tony English beat me to it!

hyperD
13th November 2007, 13:38
Jonathan Aitken to advise on prison reform, what next, Jefferey Archer back to lecture on morals?

It's almost like Cameron trying to help Brown, by shooting himself in the foot

Better was Galloway’s “bon mot du soir” on Question Time:

“Blair's current appointment as a Middle East peace envoy was a bit like posthumously appointing Harold Shipman as chairman of Help the Aged”

Bagpuss
13th November 2007, 13:39
Missed that one, absolute classic!