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No more sniggering about Beckett's holiday choices

It looks as though Mags has had to choose between being Foreign Secretary and dragging around a caravan and a plethora of security goons while on holiday, and has opted for the former, as per this report in The Standard.

Making a wise choice, she will be sojourning at a 5 star hotel in Madeira this summer. Note also the new model Range Rover she and hubby have been using - not very envoironmentally friendly, eh? Also, ideal for paying top whack on the congestion charge.
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Anonymous verity said... 5:17 pm

Aren't ministers, no matter how Mickey Mouse, exempt from the congestion charge?  

Anonymous nick drew said... 5:33 pm

I've always maintained it was always his insistence on caravanning that prevented the Hitch from becoming Foreign Secretary  

Blogger Darkersideofbridgetjones said... 6:22 pm

I'm with Margaret on this one. The press are always taking the piss out of her, but good on her. If she wants to go carvanning why not. Bless her.  

Blogger istanbultory said... 6:50 pm

I guess a fear of Shia suicide caravaneers had put the fear of God into the equine one. Still, she can caravan to her hearts content once Gordo has been crowned. He won't be requiring her services as FS.....  

Blogger Newmania said... 10:26 pm

Sure it isn`t the "Blonder side of Bridget Jones`?
Get with the programme Miss Jones . She is a hateful lefty and cannot ever , even once , be right about anything .  

Anonymous verity said... 10:53 pm

Damn' straight, Newmania. She's a hateful lefty and must not be given any quarter because these are destructive people full of malice.

I hope she falls off her hotel balcony in wherever it sustains severe injuries. Not enough to kill her because we don't want a two minute silence imposed by Blair. Pretty soon, there won't be much time for talking in Britain what with all the silences. Not just the valiant War dead any more, but Diana, victims of London Transport self-detonating nut jobs, who can remember what else ... Labour cheapens everything it touches.

When Tony Blair dies, the Conservative government of the day should declare two minutes of unadulterated noise.  

Blogger The Hitch said... 11:15 pm

Verity I have already purchased a celebratory fog horn for Blairs demise.
I wonder what song the moist eyed twat would like played at his funeral?  

Blogger The Hitch said... 11:18 pm

I will be going behind the curtains to
"I like big butts"
by sir mixalot , preferably some time after 2046  

Anonymous verity said... 12:28 am

The Hitch - I judge a celebratory foghorn a most attractive accessory for the eventual demise of the T Blair. You might want to fit it with an amplifier.

You wonder what song he might like played at his funeral. Paul Anka's "Oh, oh, Diana" might be on the playlist, as her funeral was the debut of the trembling voice and the emotionally clenched teeth.

OT, but just looking at it, I think "clenched" is a lovely word. OE, I'll bet. It probably means 'to hold' and I'll bet it's related to clinch. Gosh, I love English!  

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