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April 16, 2012


Elaine Turner

Now this demonstrates perfectly why before a politician gets into Parliament he needs to have done a proper job and have a hinterland... so he has something to fall back on when he is ousted or retires from Parliament.

He is just an embarassment to the Liberal Democrats and Parliament in general. He must seek a job that restores his dignity, out of the limelight, for that is something he lacks dreadfully!


Lembit did have a proper job, he was a manager at Procter and Gamble before he was elected!

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