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Nadine Dorries
Another Day
Posted Monday, 2 July 2007 at 16:29

I don’t have time to blog properly right now, as I am researching and writing a speech for tomorrow; however, news today:

I am being interviewed on the PM programme today at 5.15pm - apparently our re-shuffle is being announced at 5pm. It looks like I have missed out on the Party Chairman's job then – how surprised am I!?

Jonathan Dimbleby has asked me to appear on BBC Radio 4's ‘Any Questions’ in a couple of weeks; I said yes of course, but I do have one question myself, why me?

In the car this morning playing U2 track, loud, ‘Still haven’t found what I’m looking for’. My youngest daughter pipes up from the back seat, "I’m going to have that as my wedding song". Excuse me? Whatever happened to romance?

I forgot my pass to enter Parliament and put on my sorry face as I went to the security desk. "Oh you don’t have to worry" said the security man, "I know who you are, you are always in the papers." No I’m not. Maybe he lives in Bedfordshire, I hope so!

 
 
 
Dimbledore said:
Responded: Monday, 2 July 2007
Shame you aren't on this Friday - it might be your best chance to visit Eton !
 
 
Alison said:
Responded: Monday, 2 July 2007
I thought you were good on PM. What were you supposed to say anyway? You could tell they were trying to catch you out. There are times to speak out, like you do - and times to show loyalty to your boss, like you did. Well done you.
 
 
Anonymous said:
Responded: Monday, 2 July 2007
What's going on Nadine? Just watched the news, no mention of you being in the shadow cab. Think I may have been wrong about mr cameron>
 
 
Anonymous said:
Responded: Monday, 2 July 2007
Your daughter is very wise. Some of us never find what were looking for!
 
 
David said:
Responded: Monday, 2 July 2007
I thought were brilliant on PM especially in face of a journo who clearly wanted to trip you up. Was curious if you were asked becuase you are on corner stone and thought you could be tempeted to do bidding of Brown as so many so called "Traditional Tories" have done. Instead you were an articulate, effective commentator.
 
 
Anonymous said:
Responded: Tuesday, 3 July 2007
If you had kept quiet over grammar schools, you would be in the shadow cabinet now. There is no place for principles in politics, only ambition. I hope you have learnt your lesson.
 
 
 
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