Tuesday, February 27, 2007

Baker Gets Conspiratorial

Norman Baker’s getting all paranoid again. His epic inquiry into the death of Dr David Kelly, shown on BBC2’s Conspiracy Files show, proved highly underwhelming.

Baker reckons Dr Kelly was murdered because his method of suicide was unusual, but still seems to lack any idea of who did it and why.

Let’s hope he finds that conclusive evidence he is hunting for. After all he did say he quit the Lib Dem frontbench to do this inquiry (he was not pushed in any way whatsoever of course).

But even if it all goes nowhere, there’s always the children’s book Baker said he planned to write after his exit from the Lib Dem frontbench. Given his wild imagination it’ll no doubt an entertaining if unbelievable story.

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