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May 30, 2008

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Gwendolyn

I have an abiding memory of the 1997 campaign and Prescott standing outside a hardware store holding one of the store's shopping baskets full of perfectly legal every day kitchen type knives and saying - short quote which he could remember easily - 'It's sleaze isn't it?' At that time we were meant to make the mental link to the tragedy of Dunblane though that was not knife crime I seem to remember, but sleaze was the buzz word and the unlikely combination of the humble kitchen knife was a rather convoluted means of doing so. I hope it now haunts him.

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