No Need for a Nanny Now

The negative DNA test result comes as rumours circulate that Blunkett could make an early return after Labour wins the General Election. Admittedly the main sources for the rumours are Blunkett and his few remaining allies.

Desperately Blunkett claims “The Prime Minister wants me to report back on what I feel and what I find as I go round the country.” He says Tony Blair has made him a “key campaigner”, possibly there is some truth in this, Blair has said that the former Home Secretary remained a “big figure” whom he hoped would return at some point to cabinet.

Guido also hears he has pulled himself together and is less manic than at the time of his resignation. Well he could hardly be any more manic than when he was drunkenly playing music down the phone to Kimberley – could he?

The Quinns have not stated who is actually the father. Ungallant of Guido to say so, I know, but it is a question that will be asked in the future. There are a lot of scurrilous rumours going around – suffice to say we look forward to seeing a picture of the cherub.

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Peter Mandelson tells Emma Barnett…

“I think that Jeremy Corbyn himself should search his conscience and ask himself whether he’s the best person to lead the Labour Party into the general election with the best chance of success for the party.”


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