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Of course, the really "damning" thing is that a pollster think it is OK to ask such a prurient, totally irrelevant question It is none of their (or our) f***ing business, of course.Surprised at this post, tbh.And yes, a little disappointed.
Oh lighten up....
Of course it's nobody's business but theirs. But if someone's gone and done a poll on it, and if there's such substantial cynicism about it, then that's noteworthy.
Your implication, though, seemed to be that said cynicism was directed at Ed M in particular.Is it not more likely it is the long standing cynicism about politicians more generally?(and, I suppose, are there any previous questions on such matters to compare it with?)I stick to my original position that they had no bloody business asking it, however!
"that said cynicism was directed at Ed M in particular"That was my assumption, but you're right, it could well be a general thing. The only senior politicians I can think of that got married after already becoming prominent are Hague and Brown, but I have no idea whether there were any polls on the matter.
IMHO a fourth option should be added - Don't care.
Tom Freeman is getting married because a) He is in loveb) He is frightened of dying alonec) He realises he will never do any betterd) His track record at picking up one-night stands is woefulLet us know when we can put this poll in the field. (Of course, the real answer for these sorts of polls is always secret answer e) all of the above in some combination)
f) The delivery from Thailand has finally arrived.
g) He's committed a crime and his wife-to-be is a witness. Guided by the bang-up-to-date legal authority that is Brighton Rock, he plans to make it impossible for her to testify against him.
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