Wednesday, 19 August 2009

Amusingly appropriate appropriators

Politics has been in the news recently, so here at the AANs blog we thought we'd treat you to a few of our faves from the world of same...

Labour MP Bob Blizzard takes a keen interest in cocaine legislation (perhaps keen to avoid repeats of Isabella Blow's overdose),

Tory MP Peter Bone likes to ask oral questions about sex laws,

His colleague James Brokenshire is the party's shadow minister for home affairs,

Richard Makepeace attempts to do just that as Britain's consul-general in Jerusalem,

PR man Ian Spinney spins for a living,

Afghan busybody Frozan Fana has been accused of "inappropriateness for a woman",

Lord Eatwell is disappointingly slim,

While Tory MP Richard Bacon takes an amusingly appropriate interest in pork labelling (perhaps troubled by the case of poisoned pig peddler Robert Hogg), prompting then PM Gordon Brown to quip, "If I may say so, that was an appropriate question from the aptly named Member!"  Indeed it was.

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