May 9th, 2011

Quote of the Day

The Apprentice’s Nick says:

“I met Ed Miliband recently. Oh dear, oh dear. He has the weakest handshake in western Europe. I went straight to William Hill and asked them to take a bet that he will not be Labour leader by the next election. Thankfully I spent most of my time in France these days.”


7 Comments

  1. 1
    Floreat Magdalena says:

    The whole bunch of Apprentice types sound like morons, piquant quote or no.

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    • 3
      Anonymous says:

      He’s not a contestant, he’s an advisor to Sugar, and one of the best things about the show!

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      • 6
        sockpuppet #4 says:

        The quiet chap? If anything shows that its an un-reality TV show its that Sugar’s most trusted people are the polar opposite to the plonkers in the show.

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  2. 2
    Lord Bowden of Middlesex says:

    Ed miliband is a wet lettuce

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  3. 4
    Andie says:

    Did anyone really think he was nothing more than a limp wristed, pointless seat filler?
    Come on…

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  4. 7
    Tacitus says:

    What are the odds at William Hill on the Limp Dems getting together with the limp handshaking Labour in Wales?

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