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Seeing Hazel Blears in a new light

The somewhat lamented former Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government (well, she did add to the gaiety of the nation) has just had her reading list revealed.

The dailies and the ethnic minority press came as no great surprise, but the list of mags did, as it includes The London Review of Books and The Times Literary Supplement.

No philistine she, although quite why the taxpayers should stump up in order to brighten her dinner party conversation is something of a mystery.

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