Iain Dale – is he a homeless person?

He seems to be in permanent residence in the BBC’s Radio 5 Live studios.
I have a room to rent that you can share with a lodger who says he’s Derek Draper.
Interested, Iain?

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3 Responses

  1. Shame he can’t get a seat. How many goes at it did he have? Poor bloke.

    Oh well, I’d rather be running a Tory blog than be an MP on £60k a year plus perks plus….oh, wait, hang on….that’s right.

    That’s bollocks.

    I’m in full on fuck the world mode at the mo, Steve. I might have to take everything and everyone down in a spitting blaze of fucking insanity. Starting with the ED cunting P.

  2. Kill ’em all, let God sort ’em out!

  3. Béziers was a Languedoc stronghold of Catharism, which the Catholic Church condemned as heretical and which Catholic forces extirpated in the Albigensian Crusade. Béziers was the first city to be sacked, on July 22, 1209. Béziers’ Catholics were given the opportunity to leave before the Crusaders besieged the city. However, they refused and fought with the Cathars. In a sortie outside the walls, their combined force was defeated, and pursued back into town. In the bloody massacre which followed, no one was spared, not even those who took refuge in the churches. The commander of the crusade was the Papal Legate Arnaud-Amaury (or Arnald Amalaricus, Abbot of Citeaux). When asked by a Crusader how to tell Catholics from Cathars once they had taken the city, the abbot supposedly replied, “Kill them all, God will know His own” – “Neca eos omnes. Deus suos agnoscet”.

    Thank you, Wikipedia.

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