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Singing The Same Song

by | 20th, November 2003

‘IMAGINE President Bush as Keith Harris and Tony Blair as Orville. [As John Lennon said, it isn’t hard to do.] Clear your throat and prepare to sing along.

‘She’s only bloody gone and swiped my wallet’

‘I wish I could fly up to the sky, but I can’t.’

‘You can.’

‘I can’t. I wish I could see what folks see in me, but I can’t.’

‘You can.’

‘I can’t.’

‘Look, Tony.’


‘Nothing that you can say will change how I feel today. I know that we’ll never part. Now hear what I’m saying, Tony.’


‘Who is your very best friend?’

‘You are.’

And that, dear reader, is what we call a special relationship as yesterday Bush and Blair indulged in some high-profile, not to mention extraordinarily expensive, mutual back-slapping.

However, the Telegraph is the only one of the four broadsheets to lead with Mr Bush’s actual speech to an invited audience at the Banqueting House last night.

The other three concentrate on the embarrassing lapses in security that saw a Mirror journalist employed in Buckingham Palace for two months prior to the US President’s visit.

However, the

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