Hungry for pizzas

24th March 2006 at 00:00
With next year's election fever already in the air, Jack McConnell's right-hand man and Health Minister Andy Kerr, was asked whether there were any differences in the second round of coalition negotiations in 2003 compared with the first.

Kerr thought for a moment and said: "Yes, we were able to order our pizzas in advance".

Peter Peacock should have a word and remind him of the health-promoting schools agenda.

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