Tulip’s special guest doesn’t want everyone to be ‘on message’

AD1IMG_1686-72ALAN Davies, the Jonathan Creek and QI star, opened Labour’s new offices on Saturday with a gung-ho speech swinging behind parliamentary candidate Tulip Siddiq’s campaign to hold Hampstead and Kilburn. He said the party had found someone to fill Glenda Jackson’s “big shoes”. But is the comedian completely convinced by everyone in the Labour team and what they are bringing to the table ahead of the May 8 election?

Just four days before cutting the big red ribbon in Kilburn High Road, Davies said, while discussing his surprise admiration for Top Gear controversy-bot Jeremy Clarkson in an interview with the Radio Times: “Do you want everybody to be like Ed Miliband, to be ‘on message’ and PC? No, you don’t.”


1 Comment on Tulip’s special guest doesn’t want everyone to be ‘on message’

  1. Keith Sedgwick // January 15, 2015 at 10:39 am //

    Fantastic! Now we’re making headway! With Johnathan Creek on board, we might finally begin to solve the mystery, of from where the money is going to come that Labour is intending to spend.

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