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threaded
10th October 2005, 10:23
Blunkett 'caught in honeytrap' (http://news.scotsman.com/uk.cfm?id=2064022005) so what does he do? Tries to divert attention by prognosticating on awork cure for welfare (http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/politics/4325664.stm).

This man is an ejit.

~Craig~
10th October 2005, 10:25
Anyone else would have seen that coming :p

voron
10th October 2005, 10:31
Mind you, she's not bad...
http://photos1.blogger.com/blogger/854/280/1600/sallyanderson.jpg

xodia
10th October 2005, 17:27
Anyone else would have seen that coming :p

yes I love blunket, he should always be kept in goverment so when he has a scandle, which appears to be a regular thing these days I can say

"I bet he didn't see that one coming"

AtW
10th October 2005, 17:38
Mind you, she's not bad...

He'd have to touch her all around to know that...

threaded
10th October 2005, 18:11
oh dear, everyone tried so hard not to say that.

'all over' my dear 'all over' (tcsh not all around, she's not a Baba Yaga)

Mailman
10th October 2005, 18:50
Mind you, she's not bad...
http://photos1.blogger.com/blogger/854/280/1600/sallyanderson.jpg

Yeah, she is pretty hot. I reckon the old codger has a big donga! :D

Mailman

threaded
10th October 2005, 18:59
Nah, it's being able to read braille. ;)

voron
11th October 2005, 07:58
He'd have to touch her all around to know that...
Lucky bugger :mad:

datestamp
11th October 2005, 11:03
While Mr Blunkett insisted that he had only worked for two weeks and had broken no rules as this was in the period before the election, when MPs have to officially "resign", the company said it had hired him for three months. He took on a non-executive post with DNA Structures, a company offering paternity tests, after he was forced to quit over his own paternity scandal involving Kimberly Quinn, a married publisher. Mr Blunkett claims to be the father of her elder child.

The beleaguered minister also faced criticism last night for failing to declare his "gift" membership at the exclusive Mayfair club Annabel's, worth more than £2,200.

Here we go again. :moon:

mcquiggd
11th October 2005, 11:32
Ah, not only have they taken Tory policies, theyve taken on Tory vices.... Blunkett and Robin Cook must have read Alan Clarks diaries... wasnt it a judges wife, and then her two daughters he had?