G20 Wars

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With the G20 sumit in Mexico appearing to be a complete waste of time, what has been happening on the sidelines is much more interesting. Cameron will be thrilled that bonkers Argentine PM Cristina Kirchner attempted to film him in some sort of stunt involving an envelope stuffed with documents about the Falklands. Not even Ed Miliband gets that look of utter contempt…

The travelling hack pack seem to have fallen out with Craig Oliver. According to the Times he got very grumpy with them for tweeting pictures of the stunning beach out of shot from the stage managed backdrop for interviews with Dave. He snapped them lounging by the pool as revenge. As Craig Oliver knows full well, Guido is happy to give these sort of things the audience they deserve. Send ’em over Craig. They would do it to you…

UPDATE: 

If looks could sink ships…




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