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Anorak’s Sunday Supplement – Rolling News

by | 20th, May 2007

PRINCE Harry is going to war . And the cunning plan to slaughter the enemy is very much on. Says the NOTW:

A close friend revealed: “Harry would do anything to get on the plane to Afghanistan, he’s disappointed that he didn’t see action in Iraq.

“His trip will be shrouded in secrecy. He will disappear. It will be a case of smoke and mirrors. There are many options available to stop people finding out.

MICHAEL Portillo on fearing Gordon Brown :

As Gordon Brown prepares to become prime minister he is presented with at least two examples of administrative catastrophe that owe nothing to the fickle finger of fate. They are the purest exemplars of ministerial ineptness.

US Presidential hopeful Barack Obama addressing the great unwashed at Southern New Hampshire University :

“In a few minutes, you can take your diploma, walk off this stage and go chasing after the big house and the large salary and the nice suits and all the other things that our money culture says you should buy .

But I hope you don’t. Focusing your life solely on making a buck shows a poverty of ambition. It asks too little of yourself. And it will leave you unfulfilled”

Barack’s agonists haven’t been listening

MPs vote on keeping their letters and spending secret . Yes, that’s right, the elected members vote to keep secrets from the people who vote for them and pay their wages. This from the Sunday Times leader :

There is no case for exempting the Commons from FOI. Any issues of confidentiality that arise from MPs’ correspondence with constituents are covered under data protection legislation, as MPs know only too well. Their real aim is to prevent voters knowing what they get up to. If this bill becomes law, the requirement for MPs to reveal their expenses will be at the discretion of the authorities and could be removed at any time. Mr Maclean has not even defended it in the Commons and has refused to justify it on air or in print. This is parliament at its worst. The very people whose actions and conduct should be most open to public scrutiny are doing their best to restrict it.

MADELEINE McCann is missing . And you know that reward , Remember that we said how

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