Battersea X-Factor : Michael Crick is in the Building

Ring, Ring, Ring, Ring…
Guido Fawkes: Morning Michael
Michael Crick: Who is that?
GF: Guido
MC: Oh, crikey
GF: Who are you voting for tonight in Battersea?
MC: I don’t know yet…
GF: You were at Oxford weren’t you, aren’t you contemporaneous with any of them? It is an Oxford slate.
MC: Don’t think so. Well I have met Louise Bagshawe, she wrote to me outraged after my Jeffrey Archer book came out.
GF: Really?
MC: Yes, took me out to tea at a very grand hotel and told me I’d got it all wrong and how he had been very nice to her when she was starting out.
GF: Ha!
MC: I think she has seen the light now.

Crick lives in the constituency and told Guido he is probably going to take his daughter along. He is “not sure” if he is going to take a camera-crew along with him. He also told Guido that in July 1976 he wrote an article in the New Statesman advocating primaries. Sometimes policy takes time to implement Michael…

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