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Transmission

Kate's apparently going to be on Radio 5 in about an hour. Ish. And Manuel might be on Newsnight talking about the railways.
Very longstanding friend of Kate's. Her chief political adviser. And the guy I picked up from Glasgow airport on Thursday - he'd been up for the compaign but had had to go back down for a couple of days for meetings. He's a fairly serious union official and as such was invited to the Labour Party results briefing (not a party, honest) that night, but decided to come back up to Ayrshire instead.
I guess so. I know no more than you. It sounded like she was cut off mid-sentence. I wonder how it finished? "Tony Blair has said that he'll govern differently . . . and he'd bloody well better."?

Quite conciliatory, otherwise.