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Wednesday, 21 January 2004

Nonentity hits back at critics (and not very effectively, of course) ....

The one-time quiet man tells the Roman Catholic Bishops' Conferences journal Briefing:

"I don't regret what I did."

Former Conservative Party leader and 'University of Perugia' graduate Iain Duncan Smith really does need to keep quiet, or if he must talk he should be visiting a confessional rather than spewing bile to 'Briefing'; it looks to me as if he is now intent on creating the same kind of dissent he helped to foster during the last Conservative government.

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