The King of Bahrain, Rebekah Brooks,
and me

If you’re in the public eye, you have to be very careful who you choose as your friends. Our Queen is currently being castigated for inviting the King of Bahrain to her Jubilee lunch. David Cameron is criticised for being too close to Rebekah Brooks and for having snubbed François Hollande. Personally, I try to associate only with those whose behaviour is beyond reproach.  Which, in the light of the hysterical fracas on the Jubilee committee this morning, is becoming increasingly difficult. (I am not angry. Just disappointed.) In the very public forum of a ‘blog’ with a strong and loyal following from the residents of Fitton (and mindful of the laws on libel), I mention no names. You know who you are.

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