Leo Sayer "Furious" at Blair Snub

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Tuesday, 15 June 2010


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Leo Sayer has been described as "livid" by close friends last night, after ex-UK premier Tony Blair declined an offer to stay in his holiday home in Hastings this summer.

Pop legend Sayer, 58, flew into a blind rage at the response, which he described as a snub not to him, but to the British people.

"He's very happy to go to off globetrotting," said Sayer in a statement, "but turns down a nice stay at the seaside. Haddock and chips, Punch and Judy, donkey rides. Well not the last two, they've been gone since the place went to bollocks, but I think Blair needs a big slice of reality shoved down his throat, and Hastings can do that for you.

"I grew up down there. Stipey deckchairs, sand, stabbings: England in a nutshell."

Blair's snub comes on the back of highly publicised stays at the villas of Cliff Richard and Bee Gee Robin Gibb.

"He stays with Cliff but not me - that's fine. Personally I wouldn't want a 'devil woman' staying at my house anyway", quipped Sayer, referring to Blair's wife Cherie.

Blair's office responded with a statement thanking angry Leo for his generosity. "Mr Blair was very flattered by the offer, but politely declined," said a spokesman. "He means no offense to Leo personally, or to the people of Hastings."

"Oh piss off," responded embittered Sayer. "Norman Tebbit's using the place with his bit-on-the-side instead".

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