02 March 2012

Dave, Raisa and Rebekah

I'm so glad that this has been cleared up.  The Independent reports:
Prime Minister David Cameron today denied that he had ever ridden the horse which was lent by police to former News of the World editor Rebekah Brooks.
So no closing the stable door after the horse has bolted. 

Actually, The Guardian has a quote from No 10:
"The prime minister does not wear pyjamas on the back of a horse"
Good to know.

1 comment:

Concerned said...

I understand your anti-Murdoch paranoia but is it not actually quite a good thing that Ms Brooks took on the care of an old police horse at the end of its career - she has the necessary stables after all - rather than it being sent to the knacker's yard. I know it must be a hard choice for you, butwouldn't even you prefer to be cared for by Ms Brooks in your dotage rather than being shot?