Barbara Cartland's BX

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Barbara Cartland's BX

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Sorry chap, repost :P
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Oops, sorry mate, hadn't noticed that... :oops:

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If it's Barbara Cartland's BX (thoughI think it's Barbie's), why is a young Tony Blair standing in the back?
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