Tony Blair in sex romp with Monika Lewinski at Chequers

Well, that could
be the rumour anyway. But we just don’t know because Tony wont release the
details of who he has entertained at Chequers. Could he have something to hide? 

said in a
letter last August that the identities of guests at the official residence in
Buckinghamshire since February would be published “by the end of the year”. But
by December an official in the Cabinet Office told Norman Lamb, the Liberal
Democrat MP who first forced the disclosure of previous visitors’ names, that
the letter should have said “financial year”.

A Cabinet Office
spokeswoman said: “While we recognise there was some confusion here, the
situation regarding the Chequers list was very clearly stated in a
Parliamentary Question released in October. This clarified that we will release
the information at the end of the financial year.”

Well, financial
year end has come and gone. Where is the disclosure? Where are the details of all
the guests at Chequers who have eaten and drunk their way through £101,178 in
taxpayers money.

So come on Tony, publish and be damned. We already know your a liar, we already know your corrupt, and we know you will leave No.10 under a cloud (if not in cuffs).

If you have
nothing to hide, you have nothing to fear.


NuLab –
from the inside out.



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