Budd Will Listen to Nanny

The nanny, Leoncia Casalme will now be interviewed by Sir Alan Budd.

Blunkett was dealt another blow when Parliament’s standards watchdog announced that he would hold a formal inquiry into complaints that taxpayers’ money was abused when he gave Mrs Quinn first-class rail tickets intended for MPs’ spouses. Guido wants him jailed. Its the only language these fraudsters understand.

Shadow home secretary David Davis is rubbing his hands discretely, but was very easy going in parliament today. Treating Blunkett with kid gloves even. Blunkett looked nervous.

UPDATE William Hill will take bets, but no longer online, and have cut the odds to 5/2 that Blunkett goes by year end. All the bets so far have been on him going according to a spokesman.


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Expelled Tory MP, Richard Benyon, on the short three-day Programme Motion for the Withdrawal Agreement Bill:

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