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Post by Bob Southgate on 16.11.12 18:41

Highlight of the PCC fiasco is seeing John Prescott beaten.

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Post by PeterMac on 16.11.12 19:38

@Bob Southgate wrote:Highlight of the PCC fiasco is seeing John Prescott beaten.
Oh Joy.
The whole thing did have a point after all.

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Post by sallypelt on 16.11.12 19:45

@Bob Southgate wrote:Highlight of the PCC fiasco is seeing John Prescott beaten.

Bob, I totally agree. Made my day!

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Post by Bob Southgate on 16.11.12 20:43

@PeterMac wrote:
@Bob Southgate wrote:Highlight of the PCC fiasco is seeing John Prescott beaten.
Oh Joy.
The whole thing did have a point after all.

Oh yes, it was even better than seeing Red Ken beaten for a second time by BoJo

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Post by Guest on 17.11.12 11:54

A dismal turnout tainted the first ever police commissioner elections as voters shunned the major political parties in favour of independent candidates – and handed a humiliating defeat to Lord Prescott.



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He doesn 't look too happy

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Post by PeterMac on 17.11.12 12:00

That should be a caption competition.

"Ladies and Gentlemen, I am sorry to announce that there are no pies at the party.
Fatso has eaten them all."

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Post by Ribisl on 17.11.12 12:12

"Golly! Is that a steak knife you are pressing against my butt?"

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Post by Guest on 17.11.12 12:24

Hehe yes Peter Mac, good idea, but keep em within the law, and cleanish


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Post by Ribisl on 17.11.12 13:18

@Candyfloss Noted.
@PM What about this one?


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Post by Guest on 17.11.12 13:50

I can't think of a funny caption but Tony Blair is certainly looking haggard - perhaps he has a conscience after all and it's beginning to bother him.

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Post by aquila on 17.11.12 13:57

Jean wrote:I can't think of a funny caption but Tony Blair is certainly looking haggard - perhaps he has a conscience after all and it's beginning to bother him.

Perhaps the pin in his poppy is sticking in him.

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