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June 13, 2008

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Rob

ITN (via Yahoo!) had a breakdown of what was in the "cellar".

"A member of City Hall staff counted 39 bottles - 11 of Sancerre, 10 of Chateauneuf du Pape, one bottle of 1998 Rioja, 11 bottles of other Riojas and six bottles of "cheaper" wine."

"Mr Livingstone said there was no wine in the office"

http://uk.news.yahoo.com/itn/20080607/tuk-boris-fine-wine-jibe-sparks-row-dba1618.html

Dave  Hill

Excellent work, Rob. Interestingly, though, Ken's statement only denied there being "over a hundred" bottles. It is (ahem) "understood" that the former mayor fully accepts that there was a significantly smaller number of bottles there.

Rob

Do we know if they were bought at full price or has TFL been advising Provence on it's transport infrastructure? :-)

angela

Tom I answered your post under "A Goodly Hoard - part 1".

Dave you are on a roll with this subject, why not a set of 10 volumes? or Goodly Hoard The Movie? (JOKE)

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