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Topic: Re:Boris is for turning?
Posted by: Thomas Barry
Date/Time: 13/09/14 22:40:00

"do none of these people understand the concept of showing independence and avoiding potential conflicts of interest?"

This is a man who tried to argue that it was OK to lie to his party leader about an affair because Bill Clinton had lied about his affair.  I'm not entirely sure one should expect to much honesty and principle from that direction, really.  Still, Mary Macleod likes him, even though he blatantly mislead her about the Turnham Green Piccadilly Line stop.

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Boris is for turning?13/09/14 21:37:00 Joe Conneely
   Re:Boris is for turning?13/09/14 22:14:00 bobby osborne
   Re:Boris is for turning?13/09/14 22:40:00 Thomas Barry
      Re:Re:Boris is for turning?14/09/14 10:04:00 David Giles
   Re:Boris is for turning?14/09/14 10:07:00 Richard Greenhough
      Re:Re:Boris is for turning?14/09/14 16:56:00 Joe Conneely
         Re:Re:Re:Boris is for turning?14/09/14 20:59:00 Richard Greenhough
            Re:Re:Re:Re:Boris is for turning?14/09/14 21:21:00 Joe Conneely
               Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Boris is for turning?15/09/14 00:52:00 Richard Jennings
   Re:Boris is for turning?14/09/14 22:10:00 Guy Lambert
      Re:Re:Boris is for turning?14/09/14 23:28:00 David Roberts
         Re:Re:Re:Boris is for turning?15/09/14 11:20:00 Susan Kelly
      Re:Re:Boris is for turning?15/09/14 09:04:00 Vanessa Smith
         Re:Re:Re:Boris is for turning?15/09/14 14:23:00 Vanessa Smith
            Re:Re:Re:Re:Boris is for turning?15/09/14 14:39:00 Richard Greenhough
               Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Boris is for turning?15/09/14 14:46:00 Julian Pavey
               Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Boris is for turning?15/09/14 15:13:00 Vanessa Smith
                  Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Boris is for turning?15/09/14 15:36:00 Richard Greenhough

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