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  Amanda Platell Wednesday 6 February 2002  
Amanda Platell was William Hague's controversial spin doctor. But she's been known to slate her former Conservative colleagues with the claim that they're "out-of-touch, out-for-themselves, irrelevant and invisible".

Did she really betray Hague during the last election and who was behind the disastrous 14 pints debacle with which, she claims, she was wrongly accused?
Amanda Platell joins Jenni with the answers.

aide faces 'treachery' claim
Amanda Platell - Nobody's Fool
Hague: I drank 14 pints a day


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