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Mystery Man

I notice that David Cameron and Nick Clegg have both been in high dudgeon about the “Crystal Methodist” aka former head of the Co-op bank, Paul Flowers.

What did Ed Miliband know about his nefarious substance abuse? How could an organisation such as the Co-op bank, closely associated with the Labour Party have appointed someone with such lack of judgement that he was filmed buying drugs? Did he know about Mr Flowers being a customer of rent boys?

Mr Cameron has deemed him unsuitable to head a bank.


This photo is doing the rounds on t’internet. If it weren’t for the preposterous corkscrew perm, one might think that this was a photo of a politician close to David Cameron. Of course it couldn’t be that man because the chap pictured here is with an escort and there is a white substance on the table which is unlikely to be talcum powder.

If it were anyone associated with the government at all then Messrs Cameron and Clegg would have sorted it all out by highlighting the issue and demanding his resignation.

Unless they were self righteous, hypocritical twerps like Ed Miliband that is….


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