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THE mis­sus asked

me if I could be more like Man City dur­ing sex. “What do you mean?” I asked? “Stay on top for ages, then come sec­ond,” she said. SHAMED Tory Min­is­ter Fran­cis Maude – who sent the na­tion into a fuel hoard­ing frenzy – has quit his posh coun­try pile be­cause he’s fed up of hav­ing Jor­dan as his neigh­bour! The wealthy MP faced calls to re­sign last week af­ter he sparked panic buy­ing at the pumps by telling ev­ery­one to store fuel in jerry cans.

Now he’s put his £1.5mil­lion home on the mar­ket, and lo­cals say it’s be­cause of busty babe Jor­dan, who moved in next door six months ago. In the sleepy vil­lage of Dial Post in West Sus­sex it’s said that Jor­dan, 33, has ‘low­ered the tone’ driv­ing round in her ‘gaudy’ pink Range Rover with a film crew in tow.

A vil­lager said: “Maude’s had enough. Jor­dan as a neigh­bour wasn’t what he imag­ined.

“The last thing he wants is to hear her squawk­ing and pranc­ing around in her velour track­suits – he’s un­der enough stress as it is.”

Seek­ing

The house, which he paid £342,500 for in 1996, has seven bed­rooms, and sta­bles.

A Tory in­sider added: “Some of the wags in the party have been tak­ing the Mickey a lit­tle, ask­ing him if he’d had the neigh­bours round for port, and so on.”

A spokesman for the Cab­i­net Of­fice Min­is­ter said: “Mr Maude and his wife are down­siz­ing now their five grown-up chil­dren are leav­ing home.”

Mr Maude, 58, caused up­roar with his com­ments af­ter tanker driv­ers threat­ened to strike.

He said: “When it makes sense, a bit of ex­tra fuel in a jerry can in the garage is a sen­si­ble pre­cau­tion.”

The na­tion went into a blind panic with fore­courts be­com­ing bat­tle­grounds and fuel pumps run­ning dry.

One woman, Diane Hill, 46, set fire to her­self af­ter putting petrol into a jam jar in the kitchen of her home in Wake­field.

GRANGE ROVER: Jor­dan’s a neigh­bour to Tory

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NOT BREAST PLEASED: Maude lives

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