Gordon Brown has spoken in support of Home Secretary Jacqui Beria and her husband Richard Timid, after it became public that she had claimed expenses for two pornographic movies watched by him while she was away.
Speaking at a news conference with the Australian Prime Minister, the PM defended the Home Secretary and said she was 'doing a great job' of ensuring her husband remained under control.
It was being stressed yesterday that she did not actually see the films, which were watched by her husband, Richard Timney, at their family home in Redditch, while she was away. The movies, believed to have been 'Lusty Labour Lesbians' (featuring a cameo appearance from Clare Short) and Ben 'Dover' Bradshaws 'Bi Human Nights Bill', which features a steamy, no-holds barred session between Angela Eagle, Gordon Marsden and Stephen Twigg in a Commons Committee room.
Timid, who is employed as the Home Secretary's secretary, apologised for the embarrassment he had caused, but added, "seriously, on the rare occasion Jacqui's home would you want to shag that? Five knuckles and a kleenex is much more edifying than seeing her 'O'-face, I can tell you"