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An opportunity to have coffee and cakes with Clarence Mitchell at Knoyle Hall, Brighton - Saturday 31st May, 2pm to 4pm

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Re: An opportunity to have coffee and cakes with Clarence Mitchell at Knoyle Hall, Brighton - Saturday 31st May, 2pm to 4pm

Post by Guest on 19.05.14 21:17

Hope you don't mind me bumping this thread but coffee and cakes with CM is next week.

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Re: An opportunity to have coffee and cakes with Clarence Mitchell at Knoyle Hall, Brighton - Saturday 31st May, 2pm to 4pm

Post by j.rob on 20.05.14 17:43

It's in the diary! Highlight of my week. 

Actually, it would be quite interesting to grill him face to face over the whole sordid affair. He really does have some questions to answer.

But I forgot, politicians don't answer questions!

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Re: An opportunity to have coffee and cakes with Clarence Mitchell at Knoyle Hall, Brighton - Saturday 31st May, 2pm to 4pm

Post by aquila on 20.05.14 17:52

@j.rob wrote:It's in the diary! Highlight of my week. 

Actually, it would be quite interesting to grill him face to face over the whole sordid affair. He really does have some questions to answer.

But I forgot, politicians don't answer questions!
Don't forget to take a packet of antacids with you. I'm sure the cake and coffee will be fine but the waffle might be a bit stomach turning.

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Re: An opportunity to have coffee and cakes with Clarence Mitchell at Knoyle Hall, Brighton - Saturday 31st May, 2pm to 4pm

Post by aquila on 31.05.14 2:26

Today's the day!

Clarrie is holding court. An opportunity to meet the man himself. Coffee and cake with Clarrie - a snip at five quid - who could resist - how exciting! (I'm not using any more exclamation marks for fear of copying Kate and Gerry).




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Re: An opportunity to have coffee and cakes with Clarence Mitchell at Knoyle Hall, Brighton - Saturday 31st May, 2pm to 4pm

Post by plebgate on 31.05.14 5:41

@j.rob wrote:It's in the diary! Highlight of my week. 

Actually, it would be quite interesting to grill him face to face over the whole sordid affair. He really does have some questions to answer.

But I forgot, politicians don't answer questions!
Look forward to hearing about it, especially numbers attending.

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Re: An opportunity to have coffee and cakes with Clarence Mitchell at Knoyle Hall, Brighton - Saturday 31st May, 2pm to 4pm

Post by aiyoyo on 31.05.14 7:51

@j.rob wrote:It's in the diary! Highlight of my week. 

Actually, it would be quite interesting to grill him face to face over the whole sordid affair. He really does have some questions to answer.

But I forgot, politicians don't answer questions!

He will be too busy doing his bullshit PR talk and shaking hand he won't allow anyone to file question about this case. You'd be lucky to get the first question past him.

It might be useful to ask him:
Is he still Mccanns' paid representative ?

What does he think of OG chances of finding the body ?
If the body links the Mccanns to the crime, would it affect his political ambition ?

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Re: An opportunity to have coffee and cakes with Clarence Mitchell at Knoyle Hall, Brighton - Saturday 31st May, 2pm to 4pm

Post by aquila on 31.05.14 16:10

Come on Clarence, show us your invoices to the Fund. Is there a prompt payment discount? I'm all for those.

Come on Clarence, show us your invoices in the hope that transparency is alive and well.

Come on Clarence, show us that your income didn't come from donations by honest people who sent money to the McCanns in their 'desperate hour' of need.

Come on Clarence, there's nothing to hide.

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Re: An opportunity to have coffee and cakes with Clarence Mitchell at Knoyle Hall, Brighton - Saturday 31st May, 2pm to 4pm

Post by aquila on 02.06.14 9:36

Yesterday's tweet from Clarence Mitchell

Perfect Sunday lunch @CrescentBN1. My local never looked better.

https://twitter.com/mitch_1uk/status/473064805692358656




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Post by Mirage on 02.06.14 9:45

@aquila wrote:Yesterday's tweet from Clarence Mitchell

Perfect Sunday lunch @CrescentBN1. My local never looked better.

https://twitter.com/mitch_1uk/status/473064805692358656



He's photoshopped. K and G out of those two chairs. Either that or they left after his tasteless joke about K's slice of beef looking like Rocha Negra.

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Re: An opportunity to have coffee and cakes with Clarence Mitchell at Knoyle Hall, Brighton - Saturday 31st May, 2pm to 4pm

Post by aquila on 02.06.14 9:49

@Mirage

There are two dishes on that table, one fried, the other roasted. The big question is did he get a grilling earlier at his coffee and cake venue?

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Post by Mirage on 02.06.14 10:06

@aquila wrote:@Mirage

There are two dishes on that table, one fried, the other roasted. The big question is did he get a grilling earlier at his coffee and cake venue?
No he was barbecued, aquila. Witnesses stated he'd been well and truly hauled over the coals.   laughat
ETA: A close pal who did not want to give her mcname quoted him as saying afterwards: "It was like dying in your own back garden."

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Re: An opportunity to have coffee and cakes with Clarence Mitchell at Knoyle Hall, Brighton - Saturday 31st May, 2pm to 4pm

Post by aquila on 02.06.14 10:21

@Mirage. I've had to wipe coffee off my computer screen. I should have swallowed it before I read your post.

Well it does seem that recently Clarence has moved on from parking, refuse collection, stray dogs and cats and is now moving into the area of promoting local restaurants

Why only on Friday he tweeted

Grt day meeting supporters including Gulam Ahmed, owner of Ladies Mile Tandoori. He's backing myself and @MilesBrighton.




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Re: An opportunity to have coffee and cakes with Clarence Mitchell at Knoyle Hall, Brighton - Saturday 31st May, 2pm to 4pm

Post by sharonl on 03.06.14 19:25

@aquila wrote:Yesterday's tweet from Clarence Mitchell

Perfect Sunday lunch @CrescentBN1. My local never looked better.

https://twitter.com/mitch_1uk/status/473064805692358656




 what Mr Mitchell partaking of a long boozy lunch? Disgraceful behaviour, he'll be joining the PJ next

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Re: An opportunity to have coffee and cakes with Clarence Mitchell at Knoyle Hall, Brighton - Saturday 31st May, 2pm to 4pm

Post by aiyoyo on 03.06.14 20:42

May be his last supper of fish and chips before porridge time.

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Post by sharonl on 03.06.14 22:32

@aiyoyo wrote:May be his last supper of fish and chips before porridge time.

I am sure he will sample the humble pie first

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Re: An opportunity to have coffee and cakes with Clarence Mitchell at Knoyle Hall, Brighton - Saturday 31st May, 2pm to 4pm

Post by aiyoyo on 03.06.14 22:59

Well, humble pie before porridge is probably not an option for him....

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Re: An opportunity to have coffee and cakes with Clarence Mitchell at Knoyle Hall, Brighton - Saturday 31st May, 2pm to 4pm

Post by bobbin on 04.06.14 7:59

@aquila wrote:@Mirage. I've had to wipe coffee off my computer screen. I should have swallowed it before I read your post.

Well it does seem that recently Clarence has moved on from parking, refuse collection, stray dogs and cats and is now moving into the area of promoting local restaurants

Why only on Friday he tweeted

Grt day meeting supporters including Gulam Ahmed, owner of Ladies Mile Tandoori. He's backing myself and @MilesBrighton.



Body language anyone ?
In the pub photo, where are the hordes of supporters, jostling to get close to Billie No Mates Clarence Mitchell and Shake His Hand.
The pub's empty. They've all done a runner.
It must have been a desperate rush for the exits, even the glass of New Zealand remains intact.
And in the 'take away' picture, the gentleman to C's left, has his hands safely tucked away in his pockets whilst the blond lady has her hands secured in the normal 'don't approach me' crossed armed position.
What are the good people of Brighton really trying to say Clarrie ?
Perhaps there's an opening for a job as 'royal photographer of local pub platters and take-away food' if the MP thing doesn't take off.  nah 


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Re: An opportunity to have coffee and cakes with Clarence Mitchell at Knoyle Hall, Brighton - Saturday 31st May, 2pm to 4pm

Post by Rasputin on 04.06.14 8:57

Spot on again bobbin , in the previous picture of pinkie with the lady at the dog charity doo, a somewhat disheveled Mitchell had his hand in his pocket ( as opposed to someone elses) and a look on his face which seemed to say ' can we hurry this along please my beer is going warm on the bar ' .

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'The Seller of Fish'

Post by Doug D on 09.06.14 9:06

Looking back to Astro’s translation of ‘A Estrela de Madeleine’ in the Maddie Case Files re the Luz Key and I just happened upon this little gem which caught my eye:
 
Chapter 19 The puppets are out there
 
About this situation, Dr Vitor Silva, a psychologist, wrote in Portugal Diario, on the 22nd of January, 2008:
 
“Spin Doctor” is a press advisor of sorts, who tries to “turn” or to “condition” the media agenda and the news that break or are about to break. They try to “sell the fish”, to minimize the damages caused by bad news, they counsel their clients in their relationship with the media. Maddie’s parents can count on the services of a former spin doctor of Gordon Brown, the prime minister of Great Britain. It’s an escalade in the media war that is related to this case…
 
http://themaddiecasefiles.com/topic11923.html
 
It’s obviously a literal translation from a Portugese saying, but it just seemed so appropriate for the man from the seaside.

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''selling fish...''

Post by worriedmum on 09.06.14 11:35



The 'one that got away?'        Cod, by any chance?

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