Unspun: the political diary

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SOME late news just in from Scottish Labour conference in Dundee. We hear a Blairite diehard got the DJ at Saturday's disco to play “Things can only get better” to wind up the Lefties. So infuriating was Tony’s theme song, he asked for it again later. At which a Corbynite ran over to say it wouldn’t happen as there had been “complaints” the first time. In other words, job done.
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