About this deal
There has been a fair amount of speculation in the run-up to the publication of this book about whether any of my characters are based on real people. The former deputy chief of staff to Boris Johnson has poured fuel on the latest Partygate allegations engulfing the former prime minister by saying that the scandal risks being the “last nail in the coffin” of his political career. The former first minister was challenged over reports that she destroyed communications that have been requested by the investigation.
Well, those same people are now presumably scratching their heads, the only 'y' on their minds being why on earth the PM thinks she can appoint such an unutterable chump and remain credible as a genuine public servant. Harry and Meghan's biographer Omid Scobie shares sneak peek at chapter about the British press in his new. She spent many weekends here at Chequers when her father was PM, but she'd really rather not discuss that.The Covid inquiry was told this week that Johnson spent over a week at the government retreat of Chevening in mid-February 2020.
This makes them prone to attack from a number of predators, such as cheaters (I mean cheetahs), liars (I mean lions) and wild dogs.
Now there is sex in the book, probably not as much as the title and cover pic would have you believe and although some of it is blatant in its want to shock it’s actually all quite amusingly written and isen’t page after page, more the odd paragraph here and there that without doubt raises an eye in it’s audacity….
If they’re able to capture even half of the horrific out-of-body experience of standing outside the PM’s office, watching live news footage of stretcher-filled car parks in Lombardy hospitals, or the sheer bravery of Carrie heavily pregnant and reckoning with the possibility that she might be about to lose the father of her imminent firstborn child as a nation watched on, then it should be a fruitful awards season for all concerned. He’d kneel on the seats, his elbows propped over the top, like a great unruly golden retriever, howling for attention.Emilia Clarke reveals what her true fears were after suffering a brain haemorrhage: 'I wasn't afraid of dying. With a shortfall of bed spaces for students unlikely to be solved any time soon, analysts felt that Britain’s biggest. But in terms of political rules over the years, he’s defied them at every point, and it’s worked for him.