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JanH Sun 20-Mar-05 16:05:11

Maybe not PM but anyway, sign here.

MistressMary Sun 20-Mar-05 16:06:09


snafu Sun 20-Mar-05 16:08:07

I used to think he was a mockney buffoon - now I think he's a bloody hero. Jamie, you get my vote.

Nemo1977 Sun 20-Mar-05 16:08:33


WideWebWitch Sun 20-Mar-05 16:09:23

A knighthood at the very bloody least. I really, really admire him.

Freckle Sun 20-Mar-05 16:18:58

Another admirer here. Deserves a huge amount of respect. Just hope he is really listened to, rather than a token effort by those that should have known better anyway.

wobblyknicks Sun 20-Mar-05 16:19:59

An MP definitely, but not PM, Jools suffers enough!!!

gingerbear Sun 20-Mar-05 16:21:10

agree with WK.

ZoeB Sun 20-Mar-05 16:21:51

Would get my vote !!! marvelous man.

treacletart Sun 20-Mar-05 16:22:01

I'm thinking of putting a large amount of money on him getting a knighthood before his 40th.

HUNKERMUNKER Sun 20-Mar-05 16:23:24


ZoeB Sun 20-Mar-05 16:25:41

Arise Sir Oliver

Christie Sun 20-Mar-05 16:28:46

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

pepsi Sun 20-Mar-05 16:50:57

Yes I agree and how about Richard Branson for Chancellor. Bob Geldolf could be in this new cabinet as well. Might get in Fern Britton for her down to earth female approach. Do you think theres any chance of getting together a new party before May 5?

JoolsToo Sun 20-Mar-05 16:55:35

haven't heard any lies from him - so yep another vote here

SoupDragon Sun 20-Mar-05 16:56:11

Dear god no. He's a chef, he knows about food.

JoolsToo Sun 20-Mar-05 16:57:33

so what? Blair is a tw*t he knows about spin

FIMAC1 Sun 20-Mar-05 17:15:10

He is a star

Lets hope the Government actually does bring about change - they are unveiling a 'Childrens Manifesto' tomorrow (Monday) They want Jamie to be an advisor - he has not agreed as yet though

Look forward to reading it - lets hope we are not all disappointed

Heathcliffscathy Sun 20-Mar-05 17:27:51


certainly deserves big big recognition for highlighting awful state of school food...OBE at the very least

chipmonkey Sun 20-Mar-05 18:20:50

Thought he gave poor old Jools a hard time about the out-of-season veg though. wouldn't like my dh to do that. Mind you, my dh mightn't know rhubarb from a potato!

treacletart Sun 20-Mar-05 18:24:18

I think he's got an MBE already

paolosgirl Mon 21-Mar-05 12:38:54

Good on you Jamie...

And I'm quite sure Blair hasn't promised us he'll improve schoolmeals just because there's an election coming up. I'm sure he really, really means it, and I'm sure he really really cares that we spend 3 times as much feeding prisoners in this country than we do on school meals.

MamaMaiasaura Mon 21-Mar-05 13:14:51

He's got my vote.. would he be a nakey PM?

OldieMum Mon 21-Mar-05 13:30:50

He has refused to get taken on as a Govt. adviser until the Govt agrees to put up money for improving school meals. I think this is the right stance to take.

ThomCat Mon 21-Mar-05 13:40:32

Not up for him as PM, but agree he is a star and feel I have a lot to thank him for. I'm so pleased he's made the problem so news worthy and bought it to everyones attention, I just hope real changes are made, soon and that 37ish pence per meal and chips with everything and cheap meat all become a thing of the past in our kids schools. Well done Jamie.

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