‘Sean Bean told Tories to F@*! Off’

BRIAN Coleman, the Conservative London Assembly member for Barnet and Camden and the politician boss of the capital’s fire brigade, thinks he has the inside gossip behind actor Sean Bean’s fourth divorce. Reviewing newspapers with old foe Ken Livingstone on LBC radio on Saturday, he revealed:

I was drawn to the Daily Express, not I have to say to their front page which carries yet another story about Princess Diana but to page 25 which reports that the 51 year-old actor Sean Bean, the star of Sharpe and the Lord of the Rings trilogy, is about to divorce his fourth wife.

I’m not surprised because I canvassed Mr and Mrs Sean Bean in Belsize Park the other week and Mrs Bean was a Conservative pledge and he told the Tory canvassers to politely f off. So not surprised that they are getting divorced, as no doubt he can’t stand being married to a Tory voter.

Who knew the Frognal by-election, won emphatically by the Conservatives, would reveal such tensions.

5 Comments on ‘Sean Bean told Tories to F@*! Off’

  1. I believe Labour’s Jack Smith told me that he canvassed Sean Bean too – they warmly shook hands and Sean pledged to give his vote to the Reds.

  2. Theo Blackwell // August 10, 2010 at 2:36 pm //

    I have seen this very comrade in the Cobden Arms, Camden High Street where he communicated his displeasure at the record of Margaret Thatcher to me in no uncertain terms.

  3. Chris Knight // August 11, 2010 at 12:41 pm //

    Sean just did not like the intrusion and the two fingered gesture was sureley confirmed a “V for victory” for Conservative Cllr Gio Spinella

    OK Landin and Blackwell you need a lot more like him up hear in the leafy glades you got a thorough thrashing!

    “One swallow does not make a summer” one Bean failed to promote any growth in your share of the vote!!!!

  4. David Douglas // August 15, 2010 at 12:34 am //

    Check the marked register of postal voters in the recent Frog n Fitz by-election (not Belszie) and you will find Sean Bean mya have said he would vote Labour but could not be bothered to return his postal vote.

  5. John Bryant // August 15, 2010 at 7:59 pm //

    The last Belsize by-election was won by the Liberal Democrats, so I think you mean the more recent all-out Council elections which were not won “emphatically” by the Conservatives, because the ward is split between 2 Tories and Liberal Democrat Tom Simon.

    Sorry to be so picky….

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