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Damien McBride’s First Day Back to School :------------ Dolly Draper got some too

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Damien McBride’s First Day Back to School :------------ Dolly Draper got some too

Post  Guest on Mon 7 Sep - 16:53


Monday, September 7, 2009
McBride’s First Day Back to School :
“Greetings from Nadine Dorries”

Today was the first day back at school for the boys of Finchley Catholic High School. Guido popped along early this morning to see one old boy and hardly recognised the middle-aged man strolling slowly across the school playground,stooping occasionally to pick up litter from the ground. As Guido strode purposefully towards him he turned away entering a building where the staff were assembled for a first day briefing from the headmaster. For a moment Guido thought the baseball cap disguise had been seen through.

“Damian!” Guido shouted at him, he turned in the doorway startled, “Greetings from Nadine Dorries”. With a bemused look on his face he accepted the official Court papers, served by yours truly, on behalf of Nadine Dorries> Dorries, you will recall, is the MP he falsely accused of sleeping with another Tory MP in emails to Derek Draper, Kevin Maguire and Charlie Whelan. Realising suddenly what had just happened he disappeared into the building as teachers and other bemused staff glimpsed across. Damian never should have spilt that Guinness…

UPDATE : Mrs Draper took the papers on behalf of Dolly from Tory Bear.

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Re: Damien McBride’s First Day Back to School :------------ Dolly Draper got some too

Post  Guest on Mon 7 Sep - 17:16


Conservative MP Nadine Dorries is taking legal action against ex-Downing Street spin doctor Damien McBride over e-mail smears, sources have confirmed.

The Mid-Bedfordshire MP will also sue Derek Draper, who formerly ran the Labourlist website.

It is understood that Ms Dorries is also taking legal action against No 10, but papers have not yet been served.

Mr McBride, who sent the unfounded smears to Mr Draper, resigned after they were made public.

The e-mails also featured unfounded personal attacks on Conservative leader David Cameron and shadow chancellor George Osborne.

Mr Draper never published the claims on a gossip website he was planning to set up called Red Rag.

But they came to light after the e-mail found its way to Westminster blogger Paul Staines, who writes under the name Guido Fawkes.

Ms Dorries secured a personal apology from Prime Minister Gordon Brown when she confronted him over the smears in the Commons in April.

This followed Ms Dorries, a former nurse who has been an MP since 2005, claiming that Downing Street had a "cesspit" culture.

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