Chris Huhne winning the “Ladies” vote

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If Nick Clegg felt he was having a bad day, Chris Huhne had his own problems.

A young female journalist confessed to eagerly pursuing the Environment Spokesman down a corridor. Unfortunately, when she sprinted round a corner after him, she slowly realised she had followed him into The Grand’s gents. Huhne’s reaction is not known.

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