Breakfast With Jez And Jim

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Keith Vaz did not get the party started at conference, sadly cancelling his famous annual Diversity Night bash. He surfaced this morning however at the Pullman hotel, queuing with Jezza at the breakfast buffet. The Labour leader said a few words, slapped Jim on the back and walked to a separate table. Rice Krispies on the menu – snap, crackle and poppers?

 via @SamCoatesTimes



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Stephen Bush writing in the New Statesman‘s morning briefing…

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