Wednesday, 30 January 2008

Peter Hain MP: Career Plan

Appearing on the BBC's Politics Show this week, Gordon Brown refused to comment on whether or not he'd have Peter Hain MP [backbench] back in the government if he clears his name.

Although some have already offered advice, the little known PR Consultant, Pippa Wagstaff, decides to offer a career plan:

  1. Lie low for several months, concentrating on constituents and good causes.

  2. Show a little humility and bask in the satisfaction of victory when no charges are brought.

  3. Wait for a Cabinet member to cock-up - coincidentally at the same time as a non-government related disaster story hits the headlines.

  4. Gently slip Hain back into a different Cabinet post.

Point 5: Pay Miss Wagstaff £10k for good advice.


Peter Hain's only friend 30 January 2008 at 15:54  

Are you speaking from experience, Miss Wagstaff?

Welsh Spin 30 January 2008 at 16:33  

Or maybe he will decide he might as well be hung for a sheep as a lamb and go out and earn some real money ...

Hen Ferchetan 31 January 2008 at 10:36  

Point 6: Mess up again, try to cling on to your job against all hopes.

Point 7. Resign

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