Phil Willis: a career in pictures

Or rather, a picture in a career.

Phil Willis’s career has been occasionally colourful! I will give, oh I don’t know, a shake of the hand to the first person (not pictured in the photograph) to come up with a plausible explanation for what Sarah Ludford is doing with that shark and what Phil Willis is doing with Will Howells’s foot.

Phil Willis and co

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5 Comments

  • Heather Quinton 18th May '07 - 11:12am

    It was a LDYS stunt for the TV. Our tag line was something about the government being loan sharks for students. I forget the details. I was there but I seem to have been erased from history and so technically am not in the picture which means I’m surely eligible to win!?

  • Heather Quinton 18th May '07 - 11:14am

    If you look closely we (ahem, they) are wearing balls and chains around their ankles which I presume Phil was trying to illustrate by hoiking Will’s leg in the air. Balletic isn’t he?

  • Hywel Morgan 18th May '07 - 11:32am

    I worked it out as something similar (loan sharks, debt as a ball and chain on students)

    It is not to be fair something that is obvious from a still image 🙂

  • Geoff Payne 18th May '07 - 4:59pm

    A terrific Liberal Democrat MP who will be missed.

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