Friday, April 29

Thunderbolts for Blair

UKIP's head of broadcasting, Clive Page, was leaving the building where the BBC Westminster staff and Sky broadcasting is based on Wednesday when some police motorbikes arrived followed swiftly by a large car.
The Prime Minister jumped out while one of his minders held an umbrella over his head. At that moment there was sharp crack of thunder. The minder threw himself on the Prime minister while all the Special Branch policemen standing around went for their guns.

When all had calmed down Mr Blair went in for an interview with Sky in which he said 'I have never told a lie.'

The thunderbolt is presumably a co-incidence !

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