Sunday, October 21, 2007

AC John Yates: More Sad Moby Dickery, Wail Ahoy!

No sooner than I make such a scurrilous allegation about Paul Rowen and his Rochdale cronies than I find him proving me right in the same paper. Yates of the Yard to put record straight on cash for honours they say. What was supposed to be a private hearing is to be in public and the loser Yates is expected to try at least to spill his collected bile. Egged on by the likes of Rowen who stands to lose his seat on current polls and particularly with the shift to the right of a Clegg, Huhne or Hemmings succession.

Looks like Rowen's man David Hennigan has got a line into the Indie which as Iain Dale spotted is a bit of a comic.

As if to prove they're up for any old Lib Dem nonsense they also have Norman Baker's latest fantasy. On the death of David Kelly. Perhaps not an expert in diplomacy Dr Kelly's brother in law is Michael Pape:

"It is just raking over old bones," said Mr Pape, who is married to Dr Kelly's sister, Sarah, a plastic surgeon. "I can't speak for the whole family, but I've read it all [Baker's theories], every word, and I don't believe it.

PAINTINGS: Moby Dick (George Klauba) and Quixote/Panza (Octavio Ocampo).

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