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On Messenger

by | 5th, May 2005

‘THROUGHOUT this uneventful and dull election campaign, we, like you, have been asking the key question that no wannabe leader wanted to face: where’s Kerry Katona?

Tony’s women

We’ve looked, but we have yet to see any sign of the nation’s favourite celebrity mum.

Thank God then for Melinda Messenger, who is keen to tell us how great Tony Blair is for hard-working families.

Here’s the pneumatic model providing something of the double-whammy for Tony and his team.

Worthy as Melinda is, it’s a far cry from 1997, when the likes of musicians Peter Gabriel, Mick Hucknall, Damon Albarn and Noel Gallagher enthused about the new Labour project.

Gallagher still backs Tone, but it’s less because he wants him in and more because he wants the Conservatives out. If the Tories get in, says Gallagher on MTV, ”Phil Collins is threatening to come back and live here. And let’s face it, none of us want that.”

He’s right. While Thatcher shaped the Eighties, Collins provided the soundtrack. (During the miners’ strike, police and pickets alike were whipped into a state of frenzy by Sussudio being played

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