PUBLISHED: 00:06 08 January 2019 Steve Russell The gates of Downing Street in real life Picture: DAVID LAWS Archant Exit Day is the edgy new tale from Lavenham writer David Laws, who says ‘if you have a theory on Brexit, I bet you won’t have thought of this one’ David Laws takes to the skies of Suffolk. All in the name of research… and fun Picture: DAVID LAWSI’m really here to talk about Brexit, treachery and an assassin stalking the Prime Minister, but a little nugget is just too tempting to ignore. David Laws mentions a near-calamity involving EIGHT THOUSAND apple tarts. What’s all that about?It was when his children were young. David, a national newspaperman, was also doing a part-time trucking job for a bakery to help cover school fees. It was one of many extra jobs he did, over the years, to boost his salary.Anyway, this episode occurred at about 5am one dull and cold winter morning. He was late driving the bakery van to London Airport. His cargo: 8,000 apple tarts earmarked as desserts for airline passengers.“Half-way there, I was speeding towards a staggered-junction road crossing, the traffic lights went to amber and I put my foot… Read full this story
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