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November 21, 2007

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Harry Mason

Paul I have been trying to contact you.... onpaulflynnmp@talk21.com
but mail is returned wrong address.
Could you give me your correct address?
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Harry Mason

Paul I have been trying to contact you.... onpaulflynnmp@talk21.com
but mail is returned wrong address.
Could you give me your correct address?
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Harry Mason

Paul I have been trying to contact you on paulflynnmp@talk21.com
but mail is returned stating this is not your email address.would you send on the correct one.

David Williamson

All the very best for the fastest recovery possible!

Paul Flynn

Diolch o'r galon. Many, many thanks. I am very grateful for the messages. It's been an unforgettable two days. I'll try to get across the powerful emotions of this brief hopital stay in my next few blogs.

I am am feeling fine, but very stiff with arthritis after two days enforced inactivity.

But, safely back in the 'Port tonight. Ahhh!

debbie wilcox

Comrade Flynn - glad to read today's blog posting and to know that you are on the road to recovery after your attack.
Hurry home safely to the 'Port

You knows it!
Debbie

Ian

Look after yourself Paul. There are not enough like you in Wales.

Martin Eaglestone

Best wishes Paul.

Chris Gale

Get well soon Paul!

London Lobbyist

Sorry to hear the news - best wishes for a speedy full recovery. I agree wholeheartedly with your comments about the NHS.

Jayne Bryant

Brian, You'll have to blame me for posting the blog twice. I had the short term memory loss, not Paul!

valleylad

Good luck for a speedy recovery!

Alwyn ap Huw

Drwg genyf clywed am eich pwl o salwch. Brysiwch gwella.

Brian McGrath

They obviously didn't check out your short term memory because you blogged the same item twice! I'm only joking, I'm a big fan of your blog and I'm pleased to learn that you are OK.
Brian (member, Rhondda CLP)

John

Hope you make a speedy recovery Paul.

Your comment reminded me of my late grandma from around 12 years ago who had dementia. Consequently she was asked questions by a doctor when asked who was the current reighning monarch she replied with great confidence George IV then turned to me and said "fancy him not knowing that"!!

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