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Peter Mandelson says he’s ‘comfortable’ with memoirs

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  1. “Peter Mandelson says he’s ‘comfortable’ with memoirs”
    A shame nobody else is. I really hope that the man just disappears. Unfortunately, he loves the sound of his own voice, so I doubt it. I hear rumours he may get his own TV show. God forbid.

  2. A book about labour politics/politicians ! How boring. I guess trying to make an interesting story out of that material was always going to be a tough job. Typical bikering of a losing party, doubt if this party will get in power for a very long time and after Milliand’s interview on pinknews then I don’t think they deserve to.

  3. Who cares about the relationship between Blair and Brown – everyone knows they hated each other.

    I think the people inside Labour need to be more worried about the damage David and Ed Milliband will do to their party.

    These 2 Millibands (both of whom support civil partnership apartheid incidentally) are brothers. Both are senior Labour figures.

    It’s hilarious to see them fighting each other for the leadership. It would indicate that if either of them win the leadership then the press will have a field day with their family rivalry and secrets.

  4. Vic Codling 19 Jul 2010, 2:45pm

    I don’t get it – how is this PinkNews? That Lord Mandelson said he was “proud” to have blazed a trail for out gay politicians to succeed regardless of their sexuality…. is simply another publicity strand. Why are you publicising this devious liar?

  5. does the book tell us how he managed to buy a house in regents park or how his boyfriend managed to secure a british passport or and why no charges were brought against him with regards to his mortgage issue

    Gav

  6. “Typical bikering of a losing party, doubt if this party will get in power for a very long time and after Milliand’s interview on pinknews then I don’t think they deserve to. ”

    Well David Milliband’s interview was truly offensive and ill informed and pathetic.

    I really got the impression from his interview that he thought we should be grateful to get civil partnerships.

    If he continues to think like this, and he wins the leadership then he can kiss the support of LGBT people goodbye.

  7. oh god, the old folks home is out writing more blabbering comments. get over yourselves you load of bitter old queens.

    spanner – “Unfortunately, he loves the sound of his own voice” – sounds just like you.

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