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    (Original post by Quady)
    Did you actually add anything above what Potally_Tissed said?
    no but i thought it would be good idea to remind OP of the history of this mp.
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    had the meeting today, went alright. Being a politician he managed to dodge pretty much every question..and then completely denied he voted against the Iraq inquiry...

    highlight was comparing voting against the party whip to loosing your virginity. Painful and first, enjoyable after a while...

    and perhaps the most important information gathered, is that his favourite biscuit, is indeed, a chocolate digestive, and no, he wasn't willing to take us all out for a dinner on expenses.
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    (Original post by Crimsonchilli)
    had the meeting today, went alright. Being a politician he managed to dodge pretty much every question..and then completely denied he voted against the Iraq inquiry...

    highlight was comparing voting against the party whip to loosing your virginity. Painful and first, enjoyable after a while...

    and perhaps the most important information gathered, is that his favourite biscuit, is indeed, a chocolate digestive, and no, he wasn't willing to take us all out for a dinner on expenses.
    And his prep in case he doesn't get reelected...? :P
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    (Original post by Quady)
    And his prep in case he doesn't get reelected...? :P

    he said (give or take) something about how he hopes to stay in politics until he retires, and believes he will be able to hold on to his seat as he's held it for ages, and if all goes tits up he had a 20 year career as a solicitor under his belt so could always fall back on that. He also thinks Blair and Brown were the right people for the job and stands by them til the end, quite funny for vintage old labour..
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    (Original post by Crimsonchilli)
    he said (give or take) something about how he hopes to stay in politics until he retires, and believes he will be able to hold on to his seat as he's held it for ages, and if all goes tits up he had a 20 year career as a solicitor under his belt so could always fall back on that. He also thinks Blair and Brown were the right people for the job and stands by them til the end, quite funny for vintage old labour..
    So basically:

    'I'm quite well off and its all good'

 
 
 
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