176 Days Later… Has Paul O’Grady Left Yet?

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It’s 176 days since Miliband lost, yet Birkenhead’s favourite son Paul O’Grady still hasn’t made good on his promise to leave the country. Speaking at Ed’s final election rally, O’Grady vowed he would move to the exclusive Lido island in Venice if the Tories returned to power:

“I can’t live under this bloody government any more. I am going to get a house on the Lido in Venice. I have paid a fortune in tax and I will say ‘you can have that mate’… What I am going to do in a house on the Lido in Venice when I can’t speak Italian and hate pasta, God only knows. But I can’t live under this Conservative Government, this Coalition.”

So what’s O’Grady up to now? He’s gearing up to playThe Fairy Godfather” at the Barclaycard Arena in Birmingham. He’s behind you. We wish he wasn’t…




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