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Cleo Watson, an ex-Downing Street aide, plans another “bonkbuster” political novel


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We hear that Boris Johnson’s ex-aide Cleo Watson plans to write a second book about political life. Watson (right) was a crucial Downing Street advisor, working alongside Dominic Cummings during and after the pandemic. Whips! is her first novel. It was set during the Tory leadership search. The book has been described as a “bonkbuster” and features characters that are based on real political leaders. Publishers are trying to come up with a similar title for the second book, which will be about a general election.

Watson worked also for Vote Leave and No 10 under Theresa May. Watson claimed that she was Johnson’s “nanny”, who housetrained him using Covid rules. When he fired her in 2020, he also said that a “ugly old lamp” he had compared to her “reminds him of Dom”. She should be interested in her books.

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Anthony Horowitz (a fellow Bond author) also seems to favor the Tom Cruise outings. He has written three Bond novels for Ian Fleming in recent years. He said that Mission Impossible films were in some ways superior to Bond. “Their budgets were so incredible.” What kind loyalty is that to Queen and Country?

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