Prescott understands the need for further financial backing and the lifelong Hull fans has given his approval for the potential name change
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Saturday 22 May 2010
Nick Clegg has been handed far-reaching influence over the workings of the Government, making him the most powerful Deputy Prime Minister of modern times, an unprecedented coalition agreement has revealed.
Thursday 06 May 2010
Friday 23 April 2010
A second Tory activist has been arrested in connection with a scuffle at a John Prescott General Election campaign event, it was revealed today.
Tuesday 13 April 2010
Last week Pandora speculated as to the proximity of a Prescott peerage. Having been both deputy Labour leader and deputy PM, the veteran bruiser would be more than qualified for a spot on Gordon Brown's disollution honours list, despite his previously-stated opposition to the principle.
Thursday 03 September 2009
Of reinventions we have known, John Prescott's must have a claim to being among the most spectacular. One half of an oddly effective partnership with Tony Blair – the rough man to the smooth – he resigned as deputy prime minister when Mr Blair left Number Ten. He made an awkward apology to the party for an office affair and may be the only MP who has floored a protester with a knock-out punch and enhanced his popularity thereby.
Friday 14 August 2009
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Friday 27 February 2009
Lord Michael of White is on fine form relating another John Prescott entertainment on the Today programme this morning:
Friday 27 February 2009
The Friday light entertainment slot this week is provided by John Prescott, courtesy of Alastair Campbell. At a Labour fundraiser in Canary Wharf last night, Prescott said that
Friday 07 November 2008
"From the off, this show was confused as to whether it wanted to be a serious look into what defines class or whether class is relevant in the Noughties, or whether it wanted to be a humorous look at John Prescott and his wife."- http://www.tvscoop.tv/
Friday 17 October 2008
Saturday 04 October 2008
If you ask me, the prospect of John Prescott fulfilling his post-office potential becomes more enticing by the week. And before you splutter on your Cheerios and ask yourself if you've missed something – though it would be amusing to imagine the "great butcher of English prose" running a sub-Post Office, complete with his cheap uniform and a big, "Free with Look and Learn" badge – I'm actually referring to whatever it is he is going to do next.
Thursday 18 September 2008
The former Deputy Prime Minister, John Prescott, has risen to the defence of Gordon Brown.
Wednesday 28 May 2008
The biographical details are eerily familiar: the childhood blighted by an acrimonious divorce, the failure to thrive at school, the crippling shyness made worse by press intrusion, even the bulimia. After almost a month of excruciatingly embarrassing revelations, I'm afraid there can no longer be any doubt. John Prescott is the Princess Diana of British politics.
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