Comrade Lord…

There are two notable Labour members joining the Upper House in the next few months. One of them was the person Gordon Brown blamed for ‘Bigot-gate’ and the other is the former Deputy Prime Minister perhaps best well known for his reaction to being egged. So, an aide who Gordon attacked for not isolating him from real people and an MP who likes to assault electors are appointed to a life in the legislature. ¬†Oh dear.

See you all at the Summer Ball tonight!

WH

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