improvised theatre

December 15, 2004

"I'm no hypocrite"

I notice that there are fresh claims that Blunkett fast-tracked a visa for his ex-lover's nanny.

The Home Office say these claims are ridiculous, but in these difficult times I wonder if it would be as well to lock Mr Blunkett up without trial for the next two years just in case?

Posted by James Lark at December 15, 2004 11:46 AM

hasta la vista, blunkett!

he has resigned this evening!

the uncertainty division's constant campaigning against his anti-libertarian actions surely played not a small part?


Posted by: Andrew Ormerod at December 15, 2004 10:59 PM

Indeed, and James and I celebrated our success last night in The Castle.

Although I'm slightly miffed that we never got round to issuing a writ of habeas corpus against him. That would have been fun. Perhaps Charles Clarke will stick around long enough for us to get our act together.

Posted by: James Aylett at December 16, 2004 12:28 PM

My website ( has in fact proclaimed for many months "my hope is that my articles may one day bring about David Blunkett's downfall."

I suppose I shall have to update it now.

And I feel strangely directionless, as if I no longer have a purpose in life. (Except to edit together tapes of James Aylett slaughtering babies.)

Posted by: James Lark at December 16, 2004 01:02 PM