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Euan Cry

by | 1st, October 2003

‘EUAN Blair knows how to show a girl a good time, which is why we see him strolling hand-in-hand with a young lady through the streets of Bournemouth yesterday.

Born to rule

“Come and hear Daddy speak,” he had clearly asked the unidentified friend as a prelude to inviting her back to one of his many student flats in Bristol.

The Telegraph catches up with the Prime Minister’s oldest son smiling and laughing as he stares up to the heavens (or home, as Daddy calls it) on his way to the conference centre.

Sadly, we don’t have a picture of him several hours later after a night swapping dirty jokes with delegates in the bar of his hotel.

But a thought comes to us. Elsewhere on the front page of the Telegraph, we hear that the Pope’s health is failing and the 83-year-old probably has only days to live.

Who better to become Britain’s first pope since Adrian IV than TB, and who better to take his place than Euan?

Fifty more years, as they do say in the Blair household.’

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