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“So far I've not heard a single moan about him, though there is no Blair-like adoration either," admits one Labour ex-minister.”
“Labour ex-minister Gareth Thomas, who has campaigned for the Rock to be remutualised, said he had doubts about whether George Osborne was interested.”
“During a television appearance this week, Ferry accused the unnamed ex-minister of having sexual relations with boys in Morocco.”
“Now the Tron scandal has been overtaken by another - pedophilia allegations leveled against a former French minister by another ex-minister, Luc Ferry.”
“Few would disagree that Spain's budget deficit will likely be at least 6.5% of GDP this year, said Jordi Sevilla, senior counselor of PricewaterhouseCoopers, and an ex-minister of public administration in Mr. Zapatero's government.”
“The ex-minister and six of his lieutenants, who are charged with the killings and corruption, watched from the court's steel cage on Sunday as dozens of lawyers for the plaintiffs jostled toward the judge's bench to list their demands.”
“Why is The Spectator paying so much attention to every singl; e Labour minister, ex-minister, spokesperson, or spoke-in-the-wheels-person who pops up and makes a half-baked press release?”
“Yesterday, after a couple of disappointing days, she took possession of her sought-after piece of luggage and professed herself one happy ex-minister.”
“Ed Balls received £28,419 from Ken Follett, the novelist husband of ex-minister Barbara Follett, and John Spellar, MP for Warley”
“PMQs has become what one ex-minister calls "a mixture of the grotesque and the absurd".”
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