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Issue No. 2297

‘We never claimed we were publishing details of every occasion the prime minister had met with a donor’
A Tory spokesperson after the Sunday Times revealed yet more donor dinners with David Cameron

‘A bit of petrol panic may be no bad thing’
David Cameron talks to ministers about the potential tanker drivers’ strike

‘George is no longer fit to be prime minister. People don’t believe in him any more’
A junior minister pours cold water on George Osborne’s hopes for taking the top job

‘George has mucked things up’
Another Tory offers up their opinions on Osborne’s budget fiasco

‘Tories bragging about it being Cameron’s Thatcher moment may be proved right. With luck, it’s the moment in 1990 when she fell’
Paul Routledge writes in the Mirror on Cameron’s fuel crisis

‘You’re a fucking liar, you’re a fucking liar, you’re a fucking liar’
An enraged Boris Johnson, London’s Tory mayor, to his Labour rival Ken Livingstone after a recent hustings—in a packed lift

‘In the heavily subsidised Members’ Dining Room artichoke and tomato salad with truffle dressing is a bargain at £2.05’
The Daily Mirror points out George Osborne’s hypocrisy in putting VAT on hot pies

‘He puts 20p on my pasty but his sandwich still arrives on a tray for his lunch’
Disgruntled pasty lover Lesley Darlington on Osborne’s pasty tax


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Who Says?
Tue 3 Apr 2012, 18:39 BST
Issue No. 2297
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