07 June 2009

Trust, Competence, Or Just Electrical Equipment For Use On The Hair?


When someone on Tom Levitt MP's staff tried to get money for a poppy wreath, it was from taxpayers. The same goes for Tom's hairdryer, or perhaps that should be whoever in Tom's office wanted a hairdryer paid for by the taxpayers.
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MPs, and the staff they employ, are supposed to be trustworthy and competent.
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Careful examination of any official photograph of Tom Levitt MP will show why taxpayer funding of the hairdryer needs of Mr Levitt - or whoever it was who put the claim in - is an embarrassing question. Is this spurious claim a matter of trust or of competence?
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As Michael Howard memorably used to put it, 'peepil want answers'.
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Those unfamiliar with Tom Levitt MP's look can see it here:

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