“I didn’t know she was an MP” claimed drug dealer.
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I don’t fully see the problem here – she didn’t conceal the fact she was his cousin did she? I thought the whole point of such references was to give some context (such as here) which might incline a judge towards a somewhat more lenient sentence. They are surely a normal part of the way sentencing works. In this case I would guess the letter wouldn’t help much – but I don’t see it as a cause for indignation.
Ha ha, very good Rumbold!
I think I should have waited until I’d had my first cup of coffee of the day before making my (earlier)comment!
â€œI didnâ€™t know she was an MPâ€
I expect Gordon too wished she had remembered she was an MP in the run up to a difficult election
Oi, don’t I deserve a hat-tip for this?
LOL. Bet she’s not having that family feeling quite so strong any more!
She added: â€œI was asked to provide this letter by other members of the family.â€
Adds a nice Mafioso touch to the proceedings.
Sarah AB – your post @3 gave me a smile as I hadn’t realised the point of Rumbold’s post either at first.
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