Don’t They Know Who She Is? Thornberry Turned Away From Speccie Party

To Old Queen Street last night for the Speccie party, the political society event of the summer. A full turnout of Tory players from the PM, Boris and Davis to their many, many ambitious, younger colleagues. One party-loving Labour politician however didn’t make it in:

Guido’s source on the door confirms this was everything you’re picturing and more – an outraged Lady Nugee hitting peak “Don’t you know who I am?”. Everyone knows the Speccie’s clipboard girls (they have iPads these days) employ a ruthless door policy to keep out minor politicians and Westminster C-listers. Guido’s own newest recruit succeeded in charming his way in, he can give you some advice Emily…




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