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It was nine years ago, and he was wearing spiky heels, PVC trousers and eye-shadow. And, well, he is a high-profile donor to the Labour party. He has been on Newsnight and Question Time flying the flag.

His 5ft 7in frame looked stockier then - in fact, with his big square face, he looked like a giant toddler. Indeed, the day of Lord Levy's arrest, earlier this month, coincided with the publication of an advertisement in which prominent people declared their pride in contributing to Labour party funds - and Izzard was the most prominent. Where were all those luvvies, rock stars and captains of industry who had jumped on the New Labour bandwagon in 1997? Last autumn, in a double act with Neil Kinnock, he spoke about his vision for a federalist Europe at a fringe meeting of the Labour party conference.

After meeting his co-worker and friend Hannah Lewis, the needy Jenny becomes jealous, controlling and manipulative, and Matt follows the advice of his best friend Vaughn Haige and dumps her, breaking her heart.

Jenny turns Matt's life into hell, while he has a romance with Hannah.

In New York, when the shy and lonely project manager of a design firm Matt Saunders meets Jenny Johnson in the subway, he invites her to date and have dinner with him.

Jenny immediately falls in love for him, they have sex and she discloses her true identity to him, telling that she is the powerful superhero G-Girl.

The pretty skirt - new season Cacharel - could not be more feminine.

Nor could the carefully applied makeup or spiky-heeled Yves St Laurent shoes.

I haven't even mentioned all of the frustrating coitus interruptus that would surely occur whenever a siren is heard outside the bedroom window during the act of lovemaking.

Today, he is leaner, more sculpted, wearing a navy-blue suit, open-neck shirt and a goatee. A few weeks ago, he accompanied Tony Blair to Brussels to record a podcast for the Downing Street website. As Churchill said, as a sitting MP your job is just to support the government. There are plenty of other people rocking the boat at the moment.' He leans forward and knits his fingers together.

His full, neatly quiffed hair is no longer dyed blond. Come to think of it, that must have been the moment when Blair acquired the habit of saying 'thingy'. ', his inadvertently recorded question to George Bush. On his podcast, for example, Izzard says to Blair: 'So it's a six-month rotating thingy, and this is the Council of Europe, not the European Council, yes? 'I would prefer a Labour government to a Conservative government any day. That is why he has made millions from DVD sales of his stand-up shows. They go to see him live, then want to chuckle over his rambling, surreal, improvised jokes and stories all over again when they get home. He is huge over there, bigger than he is in Britain.

However, director Ivan Reitman and writer Don Payne (of the "Simpson's") almost fatally miscalculate in having their hero G-Girl (played by striking Uma Thurman) come off as a total nut job as both Superhero and secret identity persona Jenny Johnson.

The movie even cops to this in a conversation between Jenny and Matt Saunders (Luke Wilson) following his rescue by G-Girl from the Statue of Liberty. Matt replies, "She's kind of nutty…" I think the intent was to have Jenny (Thurman) be this lonely young woman, who has no one in her life, isolated by her great physical powers.