>Lord Bonkers turns Agony Aunt

>Oh my, His Esteemed Noble Lord Bonkersness is turning his next Liberator diary into an advice column.

This is going to be hilarious. I haven’t looked forward to anything quite so much since Cathy and Claire’s advice column in Jackie in the 1970s.

And it promises to be much more useful, and probably more controversial, than the one Jordan did for OK! magazine up until she fell out of favour with Mr Desmond.

Whether you’re a party leader balancing needs of family, party and coalition partner, or a rookie candidate on your first campaign, Lord Bonkers, who has more than a century of political experience, will put you right.

If you want to read His Lordship’s esteemed wisdom, you’ll have to subscribe to Liberator, the radical underbelly of the party. Make sure you go to Liberator.org.uk, though, not Liberator.co.uk, because the latter sells sex furniture. Not quite the same thing………

But, of course, an advice column would be nothing without problems to solve, so if you need some confidential advice, you can submit your problems to him. There is potential for a lot of fun, here, people…………..

About caronlindsay

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1 Response to >Lord Bonkers turns Agony Aunt

  1. George says:

    >He does sound bonkers lol.I'd ask him some questions though….1. What should I do if my leader reneges on all his solemn pledges pre election ?2. What is the point in making laws in the UK if we know they will be defeated by EU Law ?3. Why does Mr Huhne insist on building windmills when Spain, Germany and Denmark have stopped after realising they are a massive waste of money. Providing no energy when most needed and not stopping CO2 emissions at all ?4. While nearly 2 million people are unemployed is it right that we maintain our open door policy to immigration ?5. With ongoing wars in Afghanistan and Iraq and possibly Libya is it right to send redundancy notices to front line troops already under stress ?


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