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VileReynard
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Horsegate

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Re: Horsegate

The one on the left.....
and
The one on the right...
But not really, as all three are full of horse ****  Cheesy
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I don't see the problem
The middle one is the odd one out - it was useful  Grin
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The one on the left ( She Is the only one who has Ginger hair ) Huh
Edit.. And a mane
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Hacking:-
The one on the left was responsible for hacking.
The horse is a Hack.
The one on the right, well http://www.guardian.co.uk/media/2012/mar/02/horsegate-best-jokes-david-cameron?intcmp=239
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Public interest is mounting after news that David Cameron admitted he rode the horse lent by police to the former News of the World editor Rebekah Brooks.
On Tuesday, the Met police confirmed at the Leveson inquiry that Brooks was lent a horse, but No 10, speaking on the hoof, trotted out a statement denying Cameron had ridden it.
Today the PM, saddled with increasing media questions, and gee-d up by his press pack, confirmed, he did ride the horse, Raisa in 2010, attempting to close the stable door after the horse has bolted (or in this case, died).
What seemed at first a whoa-ful tale to be reined in, has now become a bit of a mare, neigh an un-fetlocked disaster, as it gallops into one of the week's mane stories. What will the whips say?
But what do you think? Give us your best Horsegate puns below...

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This time he was not flogging a dead horse, unlike his NHS bill.

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I hear that Cameron's pretty good at Shakespeare? Apparently his Richard III is just to die for?
"A horse, a horse. My kingdom for a horse."

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Paxman:"It's a straightforward question, Mr Cameron. This horse - did you threaten to override it?"

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Trick question. There isn't an odd one out.
Downing St has just admitted that Cameron has ridden the horse that the fuzz lent to Brooks.
All very chummy chummy these people aren't they. If thats not proof of corruption all the way up to the top then we're the most honest country on earth  Crazy
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@Sprite, Its nothing new then Is It? I think we all know what power and greed can do to those weak men.
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Indeed. Sickening isn't it.
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Her name was Rebekah ...........................and she rode the fastest police horse in the West

Full version on the "Now" show Sat lunchtime at 12:30, radio 4
Almost as good as the original........but not quite Roll eyes Roll eyes