Imagine the horror Body Shop design supremo Jon Turner felt on rising from scooping his dog’s poop to find himself staring into a Big Breakfast camera. He was outside Tony Blair’s Islington home, where Elvis the pooch has dumped his load daily for five years, on the day the PM’s house was said to be on the market for 750 000. Jon quipped that the reason the Blairs were moving was more to do with Elvis’s habits than the press. The result? A ten-minute, prime-time slot for man and dog on the telly.
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