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News, gossip and insight from PoliticsHome Editor Paul Waugh

So Solid Sally's new title

Bedsheets, schmedsheets. Sally Bercow's back today doing what she likes best: mixing it.

Her tweets, variously about Valentine cards from "nutjobs" and the Daily Mail, underlined just why she's so hugely popular among the Labour rank and file - and why she upsets Tory MPs.

It's only a question of time before a constituency Labour party snaps her up as a candidate (she's on the approved list) for 2015. Indeed there are some whispers that Holborn and St Pancras could be the perfect seat if Frank Dobson decides to retire.

But ahead of that, Sally's stepping up her public speaking appearances. She's now on the books of the delightfully named ASM Damage Artist Management Ltd.

Its website describes her as:

"....freelance journalist and commentator, Labour party activist, mum to three young children and political consort." [my italics]

"Political Consort". Is this a gentle, ironic joke on Mrs B's part? Or a serious job description?

Kate Middleton, Camilla Parker Bowles: watch out.

 

 

 

ASM Damage also represents So Solid Crew, Aggro Santos and other hip artistes.

But here's another tempting bit of its website that will give Conservative backbenchers a collective coronary should Mrs B even hint at further extra-curricular work:

"We have had our clients on numerous TV entertainment shows, talking heads and reality shows such as I'm a Celebrity..Get Me Out Of Here!, Celebrity Big Brother, Love Island, The Games, to name but a few...."

 

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