Four Shags (But Still Counting)

Sarah Bissett-Scott, says she had a two-year affair with Prezza twenty years ago. It did her career no harm, she stood a few years later (1992) as a Labour candidate and now she is a planning consultant. An area of lobbying where it must be handy to have shagged the Minister with the power to ultimately determine the outcome for your clients. She has a special interest in “Affordable Housing”, which falls under the remit of Prezza and is a government priority.

Her admission has provoked Prescott into whining “It is totally unacceptable for the Press to be trawling through lists of people, some of whom I hardly know, members of staff and family friends, offering large sums of money, making allegations without substance and major intrusions into their lives, which I totally reject.”

Not sure what he means by that, but think it means he doesn’t like it. Tough, looks like it is open season now, payback time for his years of hypocrisy.


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