Rod Liddle: Labour’s putting me on trial for thought crime

I got an email this week, from a chap called Harry, which began as follows: ‘I am writing to inform you that I will be carrying out the investigation on behalf of the Labour party into the circumstances that resulted in your suspension from the party.’ Harry went on to say that he will be ‘conducting interviews with witnesses’ and added: ‘I will also need a time when you are available for an interview.’ This last presumably as an afterthought: I suppose we need to hear from him. Anyway, at this interview (to be conducted in London, natch) I am allowed to bring along a ‘silent witness’ —someone who is not permitted to intervene on my behalf but can sit beside me with a consolatory expression on their face and perhaps hold my hand.

Thinking about this later, I wondered if engaging a mime artiste might be the way forward.

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  • Minicapt

    ‘I will also need a time when you are available for an interview.’
    You funny guy; you tell joke, I laugh “Ha-Ha”.

    Cheers

  • tom_billesley

    Trim your nails short. It’s harder for them to get a grip with the pliers.