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How the United Kingdom is governed, part 46

Want to influence the government's foreign policy? Easy - be a film star, or find someone who is a film star to front your campaign:

"Gordon Brown has called for swifter progress on Darfur following a meeting with actor and activist George Clooney in Downing Street".

I happen to agree with George on this one, but would the actor pay any attention to the Dour One's interpretation of Stanislavsky(1) technique?


(1) I started reading 'An Actor Prepares' a while back and it is unintentionally hilarious. Significant Other, who has crept the boards, agrees.

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OpenID lettersfromatory said... 8:52 am

It's all well and good for the PM to be photographed with a celebrity who cares, but I'd much prefer it if the PM actually tried to help Sudan instead of grabbing a quick photo-op.  



Blogger Blue Eyes said... 9:04 am

If I was a cynic I might wonder why he only ever meets good-looking worthies like Clooney and Beckham. I bet he wouldn't ask Stephen Hawking for foreign policy advice.  



Blogger Croydonian said... 9:36 am

LFT - Yup, no disagreement there.

BE - I *am* a cynic.  



Anonymous verity said... 1:46 pm

Letters from a Tory - I would prefer that he help the people in Britain get out of the economic mess to which he has made such a noteworthy contribution.  



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