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July 21, 2007

Lord Cashpoint

You know, I think this might be a very bad idea (or a very interesting one indeed):

Lord Levy, who was Tony Blair's personal fundraiser, and Ruth Turner who was Downing Street's director of government relations, are taking legal soundings over whether to sue for wrongful arrest.

In such a a prosecution all of the evidence will have to come out in court. It may well be that they wouldn't suffer Oscar Wilde's fate (who was, you may recall, brought down by his own insistence on suing for libel) but I'm not absolutely certain that their reputations would be enhanced by that process.

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Oh no, Tim. I am utterly confident that it will yield them untold riches and render their reputations entirely unbesmirched. Come on, Ruthie, Levy - give it a go.

Posted by: dearieme | Jul 21, 2007 8:38:58 PM