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Thursday, May 01, 2008

A Lunch Outing In Stokie

The Hackney Labour Party luncheon clubThis snap, kindly taken by my local blogging friend Dave Spart, shows me with my heroes Tony Blair and Gordon Brown and my life-long friends Ken Livingstone and Jennette Arnold from the GLA, together with Diane Portillo from the BBC, The Voice and Coutts Bank.

Along with a few local nonentities and a bunch of children, we were setting out from my flat in Beatty Road this afternoon to engage in positive campaigning - handing out a few hundred "That Joke Isn't Funny Anymore" leaflets in Stoke Newington High Street before piling into our CLP sponsor's restaurant for a delicious lunch (with fries and shakes). I asked for some foie on the side, but apparently they don't do it.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Can I have one with cheese and ketchup on the side?