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Apparently, one of the new intake of Tory MPs was so inebriated he couldn't find the division lobby.

They do pick up the behaviour of their collegues quickly.

Cuts and drunkeness. The same old, the same old.

Who paid for his booze, I wonder?

http://news.bbc.co.u...nt/10590725.stm

Good to know that the taxpayers' monies are being p*ssed down the urinals of Westminster.

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Good to know that the taxpayers' monies are being p*ssed down the urinals of Westminster.

Sounds like a more appropriate use than half the stuff Brown, Two-Jags, Mandelson and the rest of the writing club did with it.

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I like the idea of MPs getting drunk. It means they won't meddle in my life.

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Are you all on your own in Victoria Street, Hilltop?

A rather worrying question.... Have I upset you?

Has someone given you a Contract?

As it happens, I used to live in Victoria Road, Birkenhead, long, long ago.

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Apparently, one of the new intake of Tory MPs was so inebriated he couldn't find the division lobby.

They do pick up the behaviour of their collegues quickly.

Cuts and drunkeness. The same old, the same old.

Who paid for his booze, I wonder?

http://news.bbc.co.u...nt/10590725.stm

I always have a quiet admiration for a drunken politician. I don't suppose he'll be of the same calibre as Alan Clark though - and nowhere near as entertaining.

The ones who worry me are the idiots like Gove - too stupid and vain to know they can't do the job.

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