Sibling's sauce

26th May 2000 at 01:00
A FRISSON of excitement runs through this column at the news that Tessa Blackstone's brother, Tim, starred in saucy movies in the 1970s (and "lapsed" again with a photo shoot in 1991). His oeuvre included Emmanuelle in Soho and I'm Not Feeling Myself Tonight, the High Court heard this week.

It ma be ancient history - or "muck-raking" as Mr B called it in court - but it's entirely unrelated to his libel case against a Sunday paper.

But what with the Tories' Theresa May sharing a name with a porn star, the Diary now views education debates in Westminster in an entirely new way.

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