ALL IN IT TOGETHER

10. Nov, 2013

Blair’s key feature was his persona not his personality having not met him nobody would have a clue about that .To promote his persona who better than to have someone from the Media but also someone that could stimulate an audience with the fanciful .And the ‘partnership’ of Blair and Alistair Campbell was born .Campbell used to write for a pornographic magazine and pose as a subscriber writing letters to the letters page about different fantasies .He was an adviser to Neil Kinnock and worked closely with Robert Maxwell the Mirror Pension Fund thief .He was literally Blair’s stage Manager fronting for him when Blair was otherwise engaged .An unelected Spin Spiv (the word Doctor is too respectable ) who had more say than MP’s and was privileged to even more inside information .

Blair favoured instead of Cabinet meetings ‘private coffee mornings’ with outside parties the most commonly known one was the 10am ‘daily briefings’ with Rebekah Brooks who was the Daily Mirrors editor .His private meeting with Unum were frequent and many .UNUM internal link

9. Nov, 2013

BROKEN BRITISH POLITICS – IN THE SWIM TOGETHER BLAIR

Tony Blair came to power with a clean-cut, charismatic image that promised 'safe' change, more social justice, and a strong head on his shoulders. But the youthful leader of 'New' Labour had more than a few skeletons trailing behind him. True or not, they remain the subject of intense gossip - and a number of incontrovertible facts - to this day. 'In the autumn of 1983, a young well-dressed man presented himself to Bow St Magistrates' Court on a morals charge. He was given a conditional discharge and bound over to keep the peace. The young man gave his name as Charles Lynton. He is now among the highest in the land.'

For those who find this far-fetched, it is worth noting that Edward Heath was saved from homosexual importuning charges no less than four times by MI6 in the late 1950s .

Blair started Parliamentary life sharing a pokey cubby hole as an office with Gordon Brown and both got on well with each other until Mandleson arrived on the scene and would play one against the other for self interest