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Tuesday, October 31, 2006

Blair refuses to declare ceasefire

Tony Blair faces mounting pressure to declare a ceasefire between Heather Mills and Sir Paul McCartney. Last night he ignored an influential cross-tabloid group of gossip columnists, who called for a parliamentary debate on the subject.

Relentless self-publicist David Cameron was quick to denounce Mr Blair. “Once again, the Prime Minister has shown he is out of touch with the concerns of tabloid editors,” he denounced, adding “He’s more interested in knife crime and childcare than the private lives of the rich and famous.”

A spokesperson for the Prime Minister denied Mr Blair wanted to prolong the conflict, saying he was working hard behind the scenes to resolve the issues. But campaigners accused him of not wanting to jeopardise the “special relationship” with Geldof.

In the latest development, Mills’ legal team accused McCartney of “disproportionate use of force” and called for an immediate cessation of hostilities on either side. But McCartney refuses to believe Mills has nothing to do with a series of increasingly nasty media reports about their private life, and is insisting these stop before he comes to the negotiating table.

It is not clear if anyone cares.

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