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Friday, 20 August 2010

Not for the first time...

... the line between a Daily Mash spoof and reality is very difficult to make out.
THE campaign to legalise drugs was today backed by someone whose only qualification is to know exactly what he is talking about.

Professor Sir Ian Gilmore, the outgoing president of the Royal College of Physicians, admitted he did not expect his views to be taken seriously because all he had done was spend 30 years becoming a world class consultant and public health expert, before sitting down and thinking about the issue of drug misuse for absolutely ages.

He said: "I haven't done anything particularly onerous such as waiting my turn to be handed a safe parliamentary seat before confronting the incredibly demanding task of doing whatever the Daily Mail tells me to.


Senior Tory backbencher Denys Finch-Hatton, said: "I do find it disturbing when dangerously under-qualified people get involved in subjects on which the Daily Mail has already made its position perfectly clear..."
Did I say difficult to make out? You'd need a fucking electron microscope.
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