Memories of the Way We Were

Simon Hughes’ somewhat frazzled researcher is currently calling TV companies and newspapers asking “can you remember when Simon was on/wrote for you over the past year? He has to file his tax return.”

Simon has a terrible memory and his January 29th tax return is looming. His memory is so bad that during the 1983 Bermondsey by-election (which was described by Gay News as “the dirtiest and most notorious by-election in British political history”) in which he beat gay rights campaigner Peter Tatchell, after distributing a leaflet describing the election as a “straight choice”, he forgot he was gay bisexual. Easily done…


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