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Written on April 14, 2005, and categorized as Secret and Invisible.
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Just had my first conversation with Bridget Fox. She was charming and helpful. I asked her whether the Liberal party really were paying people to erect posters. I told her about CAT’s comments. She laughed and reminded me that it was a marginal seat. She didn’t categorically deny it, but then, I didn’t ask her to categorically deny it. We have a date on Monday afternoon. I’ll mention the posters then, on the record. See how canny I have become? It’s a direct result of the situationist training I have been doing. Let me know what else you want me to ask her. Do we need anything at the Liberal Democrat shop?

I’m off to Jessops tomorrow morning to pick up a proper replacement camcorder, then tomorrow morning, on the stump with Labour, where I will meet Emily, the would-be inheritor of Chris Smith’s crown.

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  1. boabhan sith
    Posted 14 April, 2005 at 7:02 pm | Permalink

    Nope, I’m all out of questions.


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