James Forsyth

Sing a song for Labour

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Late last week, we asked who should sing for Labour? (There had been reports that the party was having trouble finding a big name musical act for its annual fundraising do). Thomas Fry came up with the clever suggestion of Gordon Brown singing The Beatles’ ‘I don’t want to spoil the party so I’ll go’. There’s no doubt that would be music to the ears of most Labour MPs. The idea of having D-Ream reprise ‘Things Can Only Get Better’ was also neat. But the winner is Boudica for her suggestion of having a Stones tribute band sing, ‘The Last Time’.

Boudica if you want to send us an email with your address, we’ll wing you a bottle of champagne.

Written byJames Forsyth

James Forsyth is Political Editor of the Spectator. He is also a columnist in The Sun.

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