Bizarre train of thought

4th June 2004 at 01:00
I hear Eastbourne is likely to be Natfhe's conference home next year. Shame they are abandoning the Norbreck Castle Hotel in Blackpool. Grim it is, but the further south you go, the more ridiculous the political discourse.

On my way back from the Northern riviera, I heard this dialogue between some theatre people heading home to London: Him : "Apparently, Joan Collins is coming out against Europe." Her: "Joan Collins? But she's an international performer. How could she be so right-wing?"

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