Tuesday 11 August 2009

Mandy in Corfu

Arriving at Paddington Station last night after a long weekend in Penzance I was shown up by the dedication of Lord Mandelson.

He too had arrived back from a holiday, but rather than stopping work like me he had apparently been running the country for 72 hours from his resort in Corfu.

Such a conscientious example could put one to shame.


Oldrightie said...
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Oldrightie said...

Surrounded by poverty, starvation and deprivation, he manfully assisted his struggling hosts to succour and save the many deprived and hungry people around them. It is reported that Mandleson gave the last dregs of his Bollinger and the caviar infused crumbs from his plate, rather than toss them overboard his wooden cockle boat.
Such devotion to the poor and the cause of socialism everywhere.

kensington and chelsea said...

Maybe he has a laptop with internet access?

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