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Labour Do Not Do Hairdressing 2 June 2006

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www.labourdonotdo.com

Reminder: Tax Freedom Day is tomorrow, Chameleons on Bicycles will be marking the event. I believe the Adam Smith Institute is marking it on Mobday, so bloggers will have a chance to build the pressure up.

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“Because I’m Worth It,” Says Cherie 27 May 2006

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Raven haired wife of the Prime Minister, Cherie Blair, has Cherie Blair 1997defended her £7,700 hairdressing bill for the 2005 general election. The scandal prone barrister claimed "Honestly, what a load of fuss about trivia! It's something about women, isn't it?"

The interview will be broadcast on the BBC World Service at 1730 BST and repeated at 2230 BST on Saturday. It will be repeated again at 0730 BST and 1230 BST on Sunday.

No, Cherie, it's the fact that it was £7,700 and you're husbands government has increased the UK's tax take to the highest level in years. She now claims to be trying to learn from her mistakes – about time.

With the various money making schemes Mrs Blair is involved in – such as £100,000 lecture tours – she could really pay for her own hair bill. Basically, if it was means tested she'd be out of pocket. If however it was based on need, she may well have qualified for extra funding.

Maybe the auction of the signed Hutton Report is part of her way of repaying her debts. With Cherie Blair, there's always another banana skin lurking.

Cherie Blair – Scandal Junkie 24 May 2006

Posted by David in Cherie Blair, Labour.
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Cherie Blair has done it again. Another day, another scCherie Blair 1andal for the Labour government. And if there's a scandal, Cherie is odds on favourite to be involved. From the moment her husband became Prime Minister, she has never missed an opportunity to embarrass or slip up. She is less a barrister, more a scanHutton Cherie Sun Frontpagedal junkie. Such an expert on banana skins, she should do 'no win – no fee' accident claims instead of human rights. From dodging rail fares in 1997, to having weirdo lifestyle gurus, employing Australian con men awaiting deportation to buy flats, and then taking huge sums of charity money as a speaker. Many of the people that she represents in Court are being deported by her husband's government – both funded by taxpayers. But now she has really gone too far. Selling autographed copies of the Hutton Report into the tragic death of Dr David Kelly, for Labour Party funds. Sick, sick, sick. Below is a mock Sun frontpage from BBDO. There's a petition to sign here. We won't be letting her get away with this, and Cherie will be a definite target of this blog – that's a promise.