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Saturday, 2 January 2016

WHATS NOW ? WHEN ITS COME TO FLORA LYIMO HOW TO LOOK SEXY AT HOME ' I JUST WANT TO BE LIKE ANN SUMMERS' I LOVE IT WHEN WANAWAKE WANAJIAMINI AND LOOK SEXY'MBUTA NANGA' HAPPY 2016 NEW YEAR '

FLORA LYIMO TZUK aka MBUTA NANGA' Aisee siyo utani ila napenda sana to look sexy hasa at Home ukiweka mbali Kuwa mtupu uchi kabisa , Me i dont see the point of Kanga na mabukta at home hasa pale unakuta upo wewe na mme au mchumba wako peke yenu alafu Watu mnajikuta mnaogopeana kukaa uchi au kuvaa sexy things ' So I cant wait to be like ANN Summers' yani niwe na Duka kwa ajili ya Flora Lyimo how to look sexy at home tu'' maana kwa sasa hivi nachanganyia kwenye maduka yangu yote selected tu' so Help me God in those 50 Shop just kumi to be only about How to look sexy at Home''
AWAY WAY '' Lets me wishi you all a Fabulous New Year and thanks for you time in here and with Me always'' Karibu sana at hapa au at madukani kwangu''
Ann Summers, which is based entirely on-shore, employs 10,000 people, including 7,000 female Ann Summers 'party organisers
Ann Summers, which is based entirely on-shore, employs 10,000 people, including 7,000 female Ann Summers 'party organisers
'This time, however, there was one extra factor: Gold effectively now had the Prime Minister's endorsement. That's incredibly valuable, because while the process is supposed to be totally independent, in practice, as everyone knows, it works by nudges and winks.'
In light of this revelation, it's also intriguing to note that Gold's application for an honour was this year filed (possibly without her knowing) by her PR agent Phil Hall, an urbane former News of the World editor.
Did his impeccable political connections help Gold's chances of success?
On paper, absolutely not. But neither can they have harmed them much, either. Questions have also been asked about West Ham Football Club, nowadays the family's main asset — David Gold owns it in partnership with David Sullivan (Karren Brady sits on the board). 
It is West Ham who, in an opaque and highly controversial deal, were chosen to take over the Olympic Stadium following the 2012 Games. The stadium, built at a cost to the taxpayer of £429 million, has been converted for use as a football ground at a further public cost of around £257 million. West Ham will pay just £15 million to move there, along with annual rent of around £2.5 million.
That arrangement, which remains shrouded in secrecy, was described as 'incredibly suspect' by Andrew Boff, the Tory leader in the London Assembly. Barry Hearn, the sports promoter whose Leyton Orient club also bid for the venue, told this newspaper it was 'the worst-negotiated deal since the North American Indians gave up their land for a handful of trinkets'.
The extremely favourable contract was negotiated by a quango called the London Legacy Development Corporation, and the stadium's conversion into a Premier League football ground (West Ham will host matches there from next season) is a crucial part of the so-called 'legacy' of the 2012 Games.
Whatever one's view about the background to this deal, a more pertinent question thrown up by the honouring not just of Jacqueline Gold, but also Karren Brady, is this: why, exactly, are David Cameron's Tories choosing to get into bed with the protégées of two of Britain's most notorious porn barons?
Some have speculated that their links with the female duo represent a response to the Prime Minister's so-called 'women problem', which pollsters have waxed lyrical about since a widely reported Mumsnet survey suggested that many female voters thought him too 'posh and out of touch'.
The theory goes that by parading his links to successful, entrepreneurial businesswomen, Cameron (who once told Labour MP Angela Eagle to 'calm down, dear') can undo the perception that his party is dominated by, and speaks largely for, public school-educated men.
This may, by the by, explain his disastrous decision to give a peerage to Michelle Mone, the perma-tanned Scottish entrepreneur whose status as his 'business start-up tsar' appears to be increasingly at odds with her ability to make her own businesses turn a profit.
Party organisers between them host around 4,000 Tupperware party-style events each week, becoming financially independent while they sell chocolate body paint, fluffy handcuffs, and battery-powered sex toys to guests.
Party organisers between them host around 4,000 Tupperware party-style events each week, becoming financially independent while they sell chocolate body paint, fluffy handcuffs, and battery-powered sex toys to guests.
The theory goes that by parading his links to successful, entrepreneurial businesswomen like Jacqueline Gold,  Cameron  can undo the perception that his party is dominated by, and speaks largely for, public school-educated men.
The theory goes that by parading his links to successful, entrepreneurial businesswomen like Jacqueline Gold,  Cameron can undo the perception that his party is dominated by, and speaks largely for, public school-educated men.
Indeed, reporters who raise impertinent questions about Ann Summers, or ask whether its success might have contributed to the sexualisation of the High Street, are often treated to a lecture about how the stores empower or liberate women
Indeed, reporters who raise impertinent questions about Ann Summers, or ask whether its success might have contributed to the sexualisation of the High Street, are often treated to a lecture about how the stores empower or liberate women
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