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http://news.sky.com/story/1199027/vicky-pryce-reinstated-as-govt-economics-adviser

"Vicky Pryce, who served a jail sentence for accepting speeding points from her former husband Chris Huhne, will return to a role advising Government ministers."

She regularly appeared on the BBC prior to trial/sentencing etc.

It's nothing more than a minor inconvenience for people like her(and Huhne, who seems to be trying to rehabilitate himself with some success).

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http://news.sky.com/story/1199027/vicky-pryce-reinstated-as-govt-economics-adviser

"Vicky Pryce, who served a jail sentence for accepting speeding points from her former husband Chris Huhne, will return to a role advising Government ministers."

..and her boyfriend

Vicky Pryce vows to stand by disgraced ex-MP boyfriend Denis MacShane after he is jailed for making £13,000 in false expenses claims

warning.. Daily Hate link

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Ministers are being advised by Vicky Pryce (Jailed for perverting the course of justice) who was married to Chris Huhne MP (Jailed for perverting the course of justice) and is now with Denis McShane MP (Jailed for expenses fraud).

Quality selection process going on here.

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Its also the case that drunken poiticians keep their jobs...the party goes to great lengths to cover the activities up as the person keeps appearing unsober in public.

Anyone else would be quietly sacked.

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And what precisely is she going to be advising the govt on?

Presumably it's the Lib Dems she's working for. Being a criminal or a sex pest is practically a pre-requisite for party membership these days so she is well placed I'd imagine.

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MPs on average have more familiarity with the inside of a jail cell, than does the average man "on the Clapham omnibus", although that is probably an outdated analogy, since most people now, won't pay £450,000 for a derelict flat over a kebab shop.

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