VOTE DAME DEMISE
By Stuart Neild © 2011
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A word of caution before you proceed. Like it or not, this is Dame Demise’s second outing. If you’re not familiar with the world of Dame Demise, it might be better to back track and check out her first adventure. If you already are familiar or just want to just jump in, then fine by me, but remember, in the world of Dame Demise anything can happen. You have been warned.
Dedicated to James Cook, a good friend for many years, and hopefully many years to come.
The slim, grinning politician sat serenely, gazing blankly at the distressed looking woman, who sat opposite him in his office.
“Yes, I know your Mother must be struggling with her small pension, but I'm only a MP for the opposition party. We don't actually do anything, apart from a bit of mud slinging about those in power. Oh and of course, shouting at them in the house of commons when the opportunity arises.”