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Turn off the Kinnock

Neil Kinnock is a loathesome oaf

 

When Neil Kinnock held a celebration prior to the 1992 General Election, he made an utter prat of himself and guaranteed Labour’s subsequent thrashing at the polls. That The Sun ran the headline “Will the last person to leave Britain please turn out the lights” spoke volumes but now a letter by him has again shown this failed politician for the fool that he truly is.

 

Sadiq Khan MP tweeted the letter of support he received from Neil Kinnock
Sadiq Khan MP tweeted the letter of support he received from Neil Kinnock

 

In the letter – sent to the shadow justice minister Sadiq Khan MP – Kinnock “joked” that if the heavyweight Conservative minister Eric Pickles an the London Marathon he might die. In it he stated:

 

“Dear Sadiq. You are mad, crazy, daft, brave… So here’s 26.2£ x 4 (1 for each adjective) to help you on your way. Get Pickles to go with so we have a helpful by-election…. Cheers, Neil”.

 

Eric Pickles is certainly a man who could do with losing some weight. He, however, has something over Kinnock: He’s not a Welsh whinge bag.

 

 

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Comments

2 comments on “Turn off the Kinnock”

  1. Kinnock is a very funny man. What is wrong with Peter Wayde? The prejudice and hatred towards comedians must be stopped at all cost. It is a direct violation of their Civil Liberties.

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