Bizzies Part II
Her more intemperate neighbour was only too pleased to be asked for her impressions of what had happened, with the result that the write-up in the local paper shows signs of being based more on speculation and assumption than the comparatively sober report provided by the BBC.
It is, Lady Bracknell must admit, rather sobering to discover that the wherewithal to create explosive devices has been stored in such close proximity to one's abode.
With the windows of Bracknell Towers open, her ladyship cannot help but overhear parts of a conversation between the same intemperate neighbour and another local journalist. A male one, this time. He has sought Lady Bracknell's neighbour out in an attempt to "find out more about" the miscreant. Heaven forfend that he should direct his enquiries towards the proper authorities.