Thursday, December 14, 2006

Tony still on the loose...for now.




The Prime Minister's official spokesman said that Scotland Yard detectives arrived at No 10 shortly after 11am today to interview the PM. They are thought to have left about two hours later. But without taking Emily into custody...this time.

Angus MacNeil, the Scottish Nationalist Party MP who triggered the police investigation, said: "This revelation will be shaking the very foundations of Westminster. For the Prime Minister to be questioned by the police during a criminal investigation is unprecedented." Unprecedented and wonderful at the same time...

Hat tip to Martine Martin for the excellent photo montage.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

I am still a hopeful traveller on this . However, I note ITV News are now saying that Lord Levy is for the high-jump whereas Emily will get off.

Perhaps Levy can flee to Israel a al Dame Porter?

Jonathan Sheppard said...

What no caption competition for the above?

istanbultory said...

Yes, I suppose a caption competition would be in order.

billy said...

"There's a turd bigger than this in 10, Downing St.!"

Newmania said...

I got married in Barra (divorced ayear later ..don`t ask) and I cannot recall a mention of the place since until now.

I have always worried wioth this "scandal" that the Conservative Party have done simliat things and Blair dod move to make funding transparent.

More to the point it will not touch |Brownso ...where does it get us ?