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Tired of pictures of the lovely Ms McVey
2:46pm Tuesday 3rd July 2012 in Letters
IMAGINE my concern upon obtaining my copy of the June 20 edition of Wirral Globe and rifling through it in my usual manner, to find there was no obligatory article with accompanying photograph of my constituency Member of Parliament, the fragrant and camera-blessed Esther McVey.
From pages three, four and five my aforementioned concern turned to consternation and from pages six, seven and eight horror and fury ensued in equal measure.
Horror that I would be deprived of the pleasures of the sight of Ms McVey in all her blossoming glory, brightening your readers' grey rain-filled lives with her sunshine smile.
Fury that an editor could have a heart of stone to deprive us of such pleasures.
However, the clouds parted and all was well with the world again when I turned to page nine to see Esther displaying her tremendous physical prowess to complement her undoubted intellectual powers and emerging victorious in the House of Commons v House of Lords tug-of-war competition.
I have no doubt that Esther didn't really need the help of any of her Parliamentary colleagues.
I am staggered how the lovely Ms McVey can manage to carry out all her many duties as an MP in London, be a Parliamentary Private Secretary, write a column for a rival Wirral paper and stay still long enough to have her photograph taken so often.
Come on Esther – do you have a clone you are not telling us about?
It's a good job that Frank Field doesn't have your publicity team.
There is absolutely no doubting Mr Field's expertise, commitment and experience serving both the Wirral and the country, but I just can't imagine pinning a poster of him on my bedroom wall.
Charles Riley Hoylake