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Caption Contest – War Criminal Tony Blair’s Poppy Appeal Edition

Tom Winnifrith Sunday 10 November 2013

 

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At 11 AM today the world fell silermnt as we remembered those who have their lives for this country in wast justifiable and wars illegal – step forward Tony Blair on the latter count.  What was the war criminal thinking at 11 AM today and what will he be thinking at 11 AM on the 11th day of the 11th month tomorrow?

As such I offer you up a picture of David Cameron’s role model at PM as he wears his poopy with pride. What is Blair thinking? Please post your suggestions in the comments section below by Friday



For what it is worth my entry is:

I think that my client, the dictator in Turkmenistan could supply poppies on an industrial scale – I wonder what my commission would be?”

Last week I asked you for captions for this picture of Ed Davey MP, who claims an allowance for his rented constituency home ( which is in London anyway) which is greater than the mortgage cost of buying it, who rents an office (the taxpayer paying ‘natch) from a company of which his wife is a director and who imposes green taxes which bump up fuel bills but claims his bills back from the taxpayer.



The best entry is from Ulley who suggested:

Can I claim a clothing allowance for my hand puppet,he`s got nothing to wear."

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