Wednesday, March 01, 2006

Livingstone suspension frozen by judge

From the Guardian:
"A high court judge has frozen the four-week suspension handed down to Ken Livingstone by the Adjudication Panel, which was due to begin tomorrow."
Mr Livingstone welcomed the decision and went on to say,
"That's good - I'll take the frozen suspension home and it'll de-frost in the microwave faster than you can say 're-election'."
No he didn't.

This is luncay. I'm so glad I don't live in London. Something he really did say was that if he were suspended, he'd take the time to take a holiday or write "something useful about the Middle East".

Shouldn't that say read? (Ed).

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