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Nadine Dorries
Tangled webs....
Posted Saturday, 18 April 2009 at 14:55

In every interview I have given I have made the following points;

Damian McBride sat in the inner office in Downing Street. The desks in that office are arranged next to each other, in a horseshoe.

On the next desk to Damian McBride sat Tom Watson MP. Damian and Tom I believe are both chums of Derek Draper and Charlie Whelan.

According to Labour MPs and the press, Watson, McBride, Whelan and Draper are Gordon Brown's ‘inner circle’ of confidants, his gate keepers. All take instructions directly from the PM and report directly to him.

Derek Draper was photographed this week leaving his home with the hard drive of his computer in a large carrier bag.

Are we really expected to believe that the smear-gate emails only passed between Draper and McBride?

If that's the case, where was Draper disappearing to with his computer and why?

Who else was copied in?

Can you imagine the consequences if the press discover Tom Watson knew after he has already made a statement that he didn't?

If Tom Watson did know, it is almost impossible to imagine that as an MP he would do anything whatsoever without Gordon Brown being aware. Gordon Brown leaves nothing to chance.

Can you imagine the consequences if it transpires that Gordon Brown did know?

Tony said:
Responded: Saturday, 18 April 2009
From LabourHome Who has been the greatest Labour Leader over the last 30 years? James Callaghan 16 votes - 10 % Michael Foot 35 votes - 23 % Neil Kinnock 15 votes - 9 % John Smith 24 votes - 15 % Tony Blair 58 votes - 38 % Gordon Brown 4 votes - 2 % Looks like curtains for Gord
RavingMad said:
Responded: Saturday, 18 April 2009
Move along, there's nothing to see here. In other words, yes Gordon knows all about it but can't admit it, can't say sorry. You know what? I can't either - wait that is - wait to get rid of these corrupt, authoritarian jobsworths.
David Nettleton said:
Responded: Saturday, 18 April 2009
How did Wurzel Gummidge get 35 votes?
Sally said:
Responded: Saturday, 18 April 2009
Would a Prime Minister who had lied have to stand down?
Dave said:
Responded: Saturday, 18 April 2009
Nadine, is it true that George Osborne's wife did not receive a letter of 'deep regret' from Brown?
PlatoSays said:
Responded: Saturday, 18 April 2009
I really can't help feeling that the game is up for Dear Gordon... ...tales of another awful poll and juicy details of his best mate Mr Griffiths are still in the NOTW in-tray, and that's before more details of Mr Watson's hand in the Smeargate fiasco... Can't wait for Shami C to get fully into gear - she is no one to cross.
Sharon said:
Responded: Saturday, 18 April 2009
I think maybe he didn't know the actual details, then he couldn't be accused of lying, but he may have known the intent.
Nofolk Political Anorak said:
Responded: Saturday, 18 April 2009
Of course Gordon Brown knew what was going on and I bet he knew all about the wording of those e-mails. Keep digging Nadine as I suspect there is more to this story. If only this would bring the Government down. Another 13 months to go..can't cope for much longer!! With best wishes to you and your family.
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