blunker

blunker

(ˈblʌŋkə)
n
dialect Scot a person who prints cloths
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Sure, ex-Home Secretary David Blunkett earned pounds 585,000 on top of his pounds 60,000 salary as a MP but no one - probably including Blunkers - expects him ever to rejoin the Cabinet.
The source added: 'When Budd says that Blunkers did not request special treatment, this will be true.
Blunkers is getting pounds 400,000, plus newspaper serialisation rights that will take him well over the half-million mark.
If you have any problems with the long words, give me a ring, Blunkers.
He got this department of state after the most crawling performance at a microphone in support of Blunkers and Blair for many a year.
If New Labour was one 10th as keen on remedying this injustice as it is on getting a million people off Incapacity Benefit, Blunkers might have had something to show for his return to the Cabinet.
Blair's authority took a battering when Blunkers resigned.
Blunkers was good - very good - as he assured them that another Labour government would be on their side.
Money-grabbing Anderson claims that Blunkers warmed up a bottle of red plonk in the microwave after accidentally putting it in the fridge.
No doubt some of them are scroungers, though surely not as many as the one million that Blunkers wants to drive back into employment.
Blunkers was unfairly portrayed as a bullying Sheffield simpleton on telly this week.
She brazenly insists he boasted of being Tony Blair's "mentor", Blunkers maintains that's tripe.