February 23rd, 2011

Hancock’s Lolita Was Barely Legal

Regular readers will remember all of this:

And now sleazy old perv Mike Hancock has admitted on the stand that he “kissed and cuddled” a 17-year-old and had a string of extra-marital affairs which he had previously denied.

Hancock was in court to testify against his election opponent and anti-child abuse campaigner Les Cummings, who has just been found guilty of spreading false information during an election period because he alleged the girl was 14.

It may be legal, but is fondling schoolgirls really conduct befitting a Member of Parliament?


268 Comments

  1. 1
    Anti the mob says:

    Whilst you can pretend to be morally outraged it seems somewhat partial to scream a headline “Barely legal”. It is either legal or illegal – the law doesn’t fudge it.

    Out of interest what age would you have deemed acceptable? 21, 25, 30 …

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    • 4

      Depends if it is my daughter or your daughter.

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        It may illegal, but is fondling schoolgirls really conduct befitting a Prime Minister ? says:

        unless it’s Berlusconi then you cheer him on and chuckle

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          Judge Jeffries says:

          Thank you for making the exact point I was going to make. The only differences between Handycock and Berlusca’ is facial hair and a few billion Euros. The similarity is that they are both sleaze balls!

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          • Sir William Waad says:

            Silvio pays for it like an honest man. He doesn’t creep around letching schoolgirls and the mentally unstable.

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          • Handycock says:

            Gimme a chance, William, I can make you happy.

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          • Dirty Old Perv says:

            Says who Waad? If it’s breathing Berlusconi would be all over it and the dead probably aren’t safe with him either.

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          • Many men here have a sneaking admiration of Berlusconi and his extraordinary lifestyle. I suspect the same doesn’t apply in the UK re Hancock. It all depends whether your taste as a girlie runs to days at a fabulous estate on Sardinia or wet weekends at a Southsea semi with ba man who makes Gordon Brown look like a catch.

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          • Dick the Prick says:

            Ah, romance in a Southsea B&B, brings back fond memories of that heady July I spent with Tracy Miggins in the balmy, humid, lustful & urgent summer of ’86. We were young, all our lives to experience, the yearning, the desire, the dreams we both had. Plus, a £10 for a blowwy is cheap at twice the price!

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      • 49
        Anonymous says:

        But she’s not and, like it or now (you don’t), Hancock wasn’t breaking the law…

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          Worthless Lib Dem Pledge says:

          No he was not breaking the law, but he should be an example to the public as a pillar of society. He fails miserably. Let’s have the right to recall and see if his voters still want him as their MP? Rules remain the same and there is no hope of any them having enough honour to resign or act properly.When is Clegg going to sort out politics?

          When is Blair going to be investigated, prosecuted and charged as the first PM to deceive his country into war, bankruptcy, impose mass immigration upon us, include the UK in the EU social chapter, give money back to EU to feather his own prospects of becoming the EU president. This vile man needs to be held to account and his assets seized.

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        • 69
          Anonymous says:

          The question was on standards not the law you dick 4 brains. Much like Jacqui Smith claiming that her sister’s spare bedroom was her main home was within the expenses law but it was the standard one would expect from a con artist and not an MP.

          Now fuck off

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          And ee's out for the count says:

          Anon…throw in the towel mate….Guido delivered the knck-out punch

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          • 16 is legal. Nothing to see here. Move along says:

            Oooo ‘ark at ‘er.

            Cheerin’ on from the sidelines like a good lil lickspittle.

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      • 54

        Quite. The greater majority of males here, who are not gay, will have done the nasty with more than one young lady. Every single one of these will have had a father. Few fathers, certainly from the time I was young, would have been overjoyed, had they known. I grew used to cautious hostility but never gunfire. The will of the female counts just as much as well, if she is of age.

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          Grumpy Old Man says:

          The greater majority of males here would have been the same age or a few years older than the indented object of their animal desires. They would not have been middle-aged and adulterous, at least at the time they were chasing barely-legal totty.
          Guido has rightly drawn attention to just one facet of a sleaze-ball who deserves all the attention he gets.

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          • You are missing the relativity aspect, GOM, if I may say so. As a father, nay grand-father, I have been through these dilemmas myself. It is almost impossible to take an objective stance. The father feels one thing. The randy male of any age feels another (how many males are not randy?) They are incompatible at any age. I hold no brief for Hancock – may he fry in hell.

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          • sockpuppet #4 says:

            “almost imporssible top take an objective stance” … well quite.

            In our culture one sort of has to accept that one’s adult offspring are allowed to do what they like. You don’t go round killing the lass if she wants to shag the wrong man. However, when they’re 17 it appears its quite alright (in fact you get all sorts of applause) to attempt to murder the “wrong man”.

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          • And other ages, SP4… I had our good host’s relativistic comment, made early on, in mind and was attempting to steer GOM’s attention gently in that direction.

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          A rum do says:

          Yes but we were in our teens or early twenties and not of an age to get a free bus pass that Hancock is.

          Curiosity does make one wonder how he does it though. A Beardy, Sandal wearing, wishy washy Liberal pensioner can hardly be the sexual desires of most 17 year old girls.

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      • 74
        Dack Blog says:

        They say daughters end up ‘marrying’ their fathers, so if you don’t look like Worzel Gummidge nor reside in the second circle of hell you should be okay.

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        • 116

          Well done, Mr Blog, for some realism. But aren’t we are all in the second circle of hell? Totty Watch? Sexist comments, including from myself, made in joke? Lampooning Margaret Beckett (mind you she is an incredibly ugly cow!) It’s what life is about, at least to some substantial part.

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          • Dack Blog says:

            It’s Ms Blog. So as I’m not chained to an idiot I don’t always see the world though my jap’s eye.

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          • My mistake, Ms Blog, excuse me. But I already admit to some of my failings. Any one who tries to present as too pure is heading for a fall IMHO. I have learned from you something tonight. When I stop learning, I will be dead.

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          • Dack Blog says:

            There’s no level of hell that would equate to waking up next to Margaret Beckett.

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          • Hells bells says:

            Waking up to Cherie Blair must come close

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          • Ted Grimley, taxidermist to the quality says:

            >There’s no level of hell that would equate to waking up next to Margaret Beckett.

            I beg to mention a questionnaire answer given by the great Michael Kelly. (One of those silly questionnaires sent out at random by silly American schoolgirls.)

            Q. What is your worst dread?

            A. Waking up next to a dead Girl Guide.

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      • 204
        Anti the mob says:

        You haven’t answered the question. Criticise him for lack of judgement, behaviour not befitting an MP (although we have a somewhat inconsistent view as to what we expect from MP’s), financial impropreity, lying about extra marital affairs etc etc. We expect MPs to stick to the right side of the law, but let’s not attempt to stir up emotion/hatred if they haven’t done anything illegal.

        You may not like what he did but don’t stoop to the gutter press level to make your point.

        How many people who contribute to this website have never broken the law or offended someone else’s moral code? Have none of you ever inflated an insurance claim, jumped a red light, had an affair etc etc.

        I don’t much like what some MPs appear to have been getting up to but to be honest our moral outrage is missing the point. We should be asking whether they make good laws, hold the executive to account, understand their constituents’ aspirations, help individuals when they need it.

        I’m more concerned about their role in making my life easier and more productive. We have had Glenda Jackson as our MP for thelast 20 years and she has been significant only be her absence from the constituency. She always seemed much more interested in global issues rather than local ones. These days she doesn’t seem to care about anything. She didn’t participate in the Labour leadership election, she doesn’t respond to messages, she doesn’t visit the area. That to me is a much greater dereliction of her duty as an MP than some of the things that cause the Mr Angrys to jump up and down .

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          Smig says:

          Just a thought..
          After at least 20 years of dereliction of duty why on Earth do the voters of said constituency continue to elect her?

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        • 258
          misterned says:

          WoooT! I haz a stalker :)

          ‘Bout time someone stole my name to post shite that I do not post.

          As for 9/11, I would be grateful if anyone could point me in the direction of any irrefutable documentation which shows who did cause 9/11 and how they managed to do so without alerting the American defence systems.

          No such documentation exists. I have spent almost 10 years looking for it.

          All I can find is conspiracy theories. NOTHING ELSE! So all the “inside jobbers and truthers” come up with is unproven conspiracy theories. All the official Government commission came up with was an unproven and weak conspiracy theory which the commission members and their legal council no longer support.

          So come on, somebody show me proof of who did what when WRT 9/11. I have found lots of different things which point in lots of different directions, many things which do disprove the official version (which is not supported by and has been debunked by their own commission) But nothing that amounts to specific orders coming from anyone to initiate, plan and carry out those attacks, and details of those plans.

          So only tinfoil hat wearing nutcases believe the official version, or any other conspiracy version, without proof!

          I do NOT have proof that it was an inside job. I do not have proof that it was Al Qaeda. Even the Head of the FBI had to admit that there was no proof that Al Qaeda did 9/11 and Bin Laden is not wanted for 9/11 according to the FBI website.

          Proof of who did it is in short supply.

          So I DO NOT KNOW WHO did 9/11 or how. Therefore I cannot possibly claim it was an inside job.

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      • 262
        Airey Belvoir says:

        The Victorians reckoned that the ‘appropriate’ age for the woman was half the man’s age plus seven years – that would put teen totty well out of the old perv’s reach….

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      Lord Lucan says:

      Banging 17 year olds might be legal, however it calls into question this judgement somewhat I would say.

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    • 68
      Mark Oaten says:

      It may legal, but is fondling schoolgirls really conduct befitting a Member of Parliament?

      Well NO. But if you are a LibDem MP then that is setting high standards.

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      Oh Dear says:

      Doesn’t Hancock visit Russia on a regular basis?

      ‘He (Mike Hancock) told me the age of consent was 14 in Russia and I thought bloody hell, he is a bit forward.’

      http://www.portsmouth.co.uk/news/law-and-order/mp_paedophile_claim_trial_judge_considers_verdict_1_2439316

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      Oliver Reed says:

      What the fuck is wrong with seventeen year old girls these days? Are they on drugs or something?

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      annnnonyperson says:

      Actually, Anti the mob, you may be wrong. It is, under UK law, perfectly possible for sexual contact to be illegal between adults and a person of over 16 years of age. “A person in a position of trust” for example, like an MP…

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    • 253
      misterned says:

      Guido makes a good point above. It Hancock had been fondling my daughter, the police would have been the very last of his worries.

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        sockpuppet #4 says:

        Really?

        I mean, all sorts of things irritate me like hell in ordinary life, but I realise that many instant fantasies of revenge would be likely to have all sorts of legal consequences for many years to come.

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    Anonymous says:

    Irrelevant story. Must try harder.

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    Bled White Taxpayer says:

    A shame Mr Cummings couldn’t produce the legal proof to back up his assertions.

    Can Nick Clegg take away the LD whip from this scummy specimen? I don’t know the LD rules.

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      Former Naval Person says:

      It’s a bigger shame that Handycock’s legal team failed to call the girl in question. If there had been a jury then doubtless they would have had to. It would be no surprise if someone else turns up soon to confirm the entire story – especially the tales from Rumania and Russia – perhaps the tabloid press are already onto it.

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    Chris lowe's hamster. says:

    Its a sin.

    For me to just be jealous.

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    Doc Trough says:

    Well done on targetting the “centre of the observed mass”.

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    Pasta Masta says:

    Is he related to Silvio Berlusconi?

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    Jenny Taylier says:

    Good to see the crosshairs back out for this nonce

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    Typical Hancock

    Surely by denying the affairs in court previously he is himself guilty of perjury?

    Then again, there always has been one law for Handycock and another law for the rest of us in Portsmouth.

    The man makes me feel sick!

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      Lord Chef Justice says:

      More perjury, he stated in Court that he needed to keep his phone on because his mother was seriously ill.

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    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    He is a deffo wrong un.

    String him up,

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    Handycock says:

    Gimme a chance, princess. I can make u happy.

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    Eeu to me says:

    Billy Vauge in on Sky,Iv’e never heard him bluster and blunder before, is rusty sure he has the right man for the job?

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    • 22
      Dick Emery says:

      Ever since he’s been outed he looks like he’s dropped a tanner and found a farthing

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      Anonymous says:

      Both of them are a right pair of charlies. Instead of grandstanding around the Middle East, equating the questioning of Arab style ‘democracy’ with racism, methinks Dave would have been better employed trying to evacuate British citizens from Libya.

      France, Germany and Turkey managed to get their shit together a couple of days ago.Last time I heard our chartered planes that were due to fly out early today were still stranded at Gatwick due to technical problems. FFS, we all know Labour were shite but do the useless fucking Tories really need to outdo them in the incompetence dept. Shouldn’t have expected any more from a team of chancers that have no experience of running anything bar a useless election campaign.

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      • 152
        Blue Labour out says:

        Harsh but fair.

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        sockpuppet #4 says:

        I got the impression that BA (etc) were phoned up.

        Hague: “can we charter a plane”
        Ba: ” Oh yes of course mr hague. Where to?”
        Hague: “Tripoli”
        BA: ” ”
        BA: “click … beeeeeeeeeeeeeeep”
        Hague: “hello? hello?”

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    Katya says:

    Mr Hancock has very small cockski.

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  13. 19
    Gordon Brown says:

    I did not have sexual relations with that woman, Miss Macauley.

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    Above the Law says:

    Total mindfuck – MP shoves oily penis in 14 yr old girl’s ear.

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  15. 23
    Handycock says:

    Gimme a kiss and a cuddle, princess. You can call me “uncle” or “daddy” if you like.

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    gildedtumbril says:

    Hancock needs to be fondled by a rope.

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    Mark Oaten says:

    But did he ask her to also take a dump in his mouth?

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    Shakin' Stevens says:

    Ask Angus MacNeil MP of the SNP. He also kissed and cuddled a few schoolgirls (17 and 18).

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/scotland/north_east/6537251.stm

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      Anonymous says:

      He was about 30 at the time, whick kinda puts the Handcock fiasco into perspective.

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        Cat-sitter says:

        Yes – but how old was she – at the time? There is much disagreement about her date of birth, there is much doubt about when exactly he first met up with her. The earlier story suggeted he was a Governor of her school – so he surely might have met her much earlier than has been claimed. Cummings was wrong to claim ‘paedophile’ – ‘statutory rape’ would have read better.

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    Sir William Waad says:

    Si jeunesse savait; si vieillesse pouvait!

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    Dr. T. Oldman says:

    Politics of envy, Guido?

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    We're not Americans says:

    “on the stand”? I think you mean “in the Witness Box”

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    The word amongst certain circles says:

    If you have your ear in the right circles then you may of heard that the Russian FSR have a compromising tape of Hancock.

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    • 40
      Handycock is a cunt says:

      Oh yes please! That would make my year!

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    • 46
      Hancock says:

      Have you gone raving mad? I made that tape in 1959 and they paid me £1 17/6d for it. £1 17/6d for a work of genius! There was practically a brainful in that tape. That’s what’s wrong with this country, layabouts on the National Assistance, living it up with their holiday camps and twin-tub washing machines and a genius practically starving in the gutter! Tepid, that’s what it is, like this tea.

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    Ratsniffer says:

    What a sleazy sack of shit he is.

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  24. 37
    Some good news for a change! says:

    Good riddance!

    Police are investigating the suspected murder of child killer Colin Hatch at one of Britain’s most secure prisons.

    Hatch, 38, of north London, died at the maximum-security Full Sutton jail near York on Tuesday, police said. Post-mortem tests will be carried out later.

    Hatch was jailed for life in 1994 after being convicted of killing a seven-year-old boy while on parole for a previous child sex attack.

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  25. 51
    Plonk says:

    Police are investigating the suspected murder of child killer Colin Hatch at one of Britain’s most secure prisons.

    One can only hope his demise was slow and painful

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  26. 56
    Anonymous says:

    “Hancock’s Lolita Was Barely Legal”

    There must be some illegal ones out there somewhere, keep looking.

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    Marilyn Merlot says:

    these people have nothing on Lucretia Borgia

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    The Big Society in action says:

    A woman who has worked as an escort since the end of the Second World War is still earning £50,000 pounds a year from her sex services – at the age of 96. Milly Cooper was swept off her feet by a wealthy American at the age of 27, and moved from London’s East End to Las Vegas. But he died in action in 1945, leaving her with a baby daughter and no regular means of support. Milly, who had worked as a showgirl, was coaxed into becoming a high-class escort – and was soon earning a small fortune in the United States, where she has lived for most of her life.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1359769/Milly-Cooper-96-makes-50k-year-escort.html

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      gildedtumbril says:

      When it says,”he died in action in 1945″ I suppose they mean military action? Otherwise it might be risible.

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    Jail bait says:

    So he was caught shagging her when she was seventeen but that does not mean he was not shagging her when she was younger.

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      Berlusconi says:

      Sounds pretty normal to me.

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    • 120
      GVJ says:

      He certainly was, as everyone in Portsmouth knows. What is so amazing, I was at the trial, is that the girl’s name was not mentioned by anyone, until Hancock took the stand as a prosecution witness. Under cross examination by Defence Counsel, he mentioned the name, Abigail. If he had not been shagging her, how did he know who she was? The Judge reprimanded him for mentioning her name. This was the most amazing turn of events which Defence Counsel, negligently, did not pick up on, which she should have done. The date of her birthday was also stated as evidence. It will be in the trial transcscipt, surely some enterprising investigative Journalist can check this out?
      Defence Counsel to Hancock ‘If you have not been shagging this young girl, how do you know both her name and date of birth, and are the rumours true that you got her prgnant?’
      These questions wre not asked and should have been.

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  30. 76

    O/T Re: “Guido’s Taxing Question for the Guardian – Sunday Times”.

    It is behind a paywall, of course, and I am like an Armenian with no hands. Does anyone know what line they are taking?

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    H.R.H. The Duke of Edinburgh says:

    I just can’t believe it. This Spy and Pervert has got away with it once again. What is wrong with this f*cking Country? Surely they can find enough evidence against this disgrace to put him away and throw away the key. Her Majesty is not at all amused. I suppose, just because it isn’t against the Law, it is O.K. for pervy MP’s to go around shagging 17 year olds? Furthermore, why hasn’t he been done for perjury? Didn’t he say in Court on a previous occasion that he had not had any affairs? This uneducated Pervert with the bouffant hairstyle, who dresses like a Poxdoctor’s Clerk, represents everything that has gone wrong with this benighted country! Pity the poor people of Portsmouth.

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    The Grauniad on the run says:

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    Molly says:

    Shall we have another one for the darling?

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  34. 89
    The corruption of New Labour says:

    More to the point were the Gaddafi family squirreling their money away through Nat Rothschild’s investment portfolios and did Lord Mandelson and Anthony Blair assist and advise them?

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    What kind of example is this coming from a city MP.

    This man is nothing but a joke to his constituents.

    I hope the tabloids destroy him!

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    Paul Marks says:

    This absurd man must resign.

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    H Basher says:

    What does all this say about the voters of Portsmouth ? Surely most of them must be several sandwiches short to say the least.

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    Handaycock says:

    The people of Portsmouth don’t call me Teflon for nothing.

    Leave Me and Molly alone now or I will have you for harrassment.

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      Handycock is a cunt says:

      Do one, nonce.

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    • 121
      Grand Master, Grand Lodge, The Strand says:

      Well done Mike, we have swung it for you once again. Pass the word around your fellow MP’s and a few more might join the Parliamentary Lodge, to protect themselves; giving us even more power and influence.

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    Come back Dave, your country needs you. says:

    Billy Hague is not having a good war. It was obvious yesterday reading his website that the information was totally confusing. Telling Brits that commercial flights were available at Tripoli airport and at the same time saying all scheduled flights to the UK were canceled. Then it went on to say, do not book on line as there is no INTERNET so come to the airport with cash and pay at the booking offices in the airport before warning that ALL airport offices were closed.

    Obviously these mistakes were made by his staff but the man at the top should carry the can.

    I did think (perhaps hope) Hague was better than this but I was wrong. It’s a blessing that he is not the PM IMHO.

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    • 115
      A UK Government spokesman says:

      Dave is too busy selling arms to arab dictatorships to come back.

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      • 122
        MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK son of COD says:

        Well they do need to stock up
        after all they used most of their ammo on the protesters
        Another shit head politician with No moral compass

        Seriously what the fuck was he thinking ?
        who has he gone to meet and why i was dumb struck at the publicity seeking move by Call me El Dave what a fuckin tit

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        • 126

          Prime Ministers and Presidents can only fail with home affairs, the more so as we now have £7.4 thousand squillions of completely unrepayable debt, and Dave is locked in solid with the LibDems who daren’t risk an election now, whatever they murmur, or they will be annihilated to Monster Loony levels. So foreign affairs make them look like world statesmen.

          Evening mate! How’s it hanging for you?

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    • 138
      Oh Bless says:

      The chicken runs around and around, because it has no head.

      This chap should not be left alone in one of the ‘Faggot farms of Westminster’.

      All those lost public school boys looking for a daddy. It was never going to end well.

      You need focus for that kind of job. Where is Baroness Ashton by the way ???

      This is her gig isn’t it ???

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      Tell it like it really is says:

      Just what do you expect HMG to do, people have gone to the godforsaken place in pursuit of the dosh, you want the money (a lot) you take your chances, that shrill crone K Waugh is sat in a bbc (of course) warm cosy studio on a million bucks pay berating a FO guy for not schlepping personally across hundreds of miles of desert to rescue said “daring boys.”

      Stupid stupid cow, totally out of touch with reality, mind, what else from eljabiba?

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      davetheuselesscunt says:

      i’m taking this very seriously and, if I was Prime Minister, would certainly look into it

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    Heather Norton defending asked Mr Hancock why he had said in a legal affidavit in response to the leaflet that he had not had ‘numerous affairs’ he replied:

    “It depends on what you mean by numerous?”

    Asked how many affairs he has had Mr Hancock sai

    “It was a few!”

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  42. 132
    Angry Beasts says:

    Guido must be the squeekiest clean (and boring) fellow around.

    I mean, God forbid there were any skeletons in his closet.

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      troll off says:

      You don’t have a leg to stand trying to defend this peice of shit Hancock, who has a whole fucking graveyard of skeletons as far as I can see, so you seek to attack Fawkes in the most spurious manner possible. So very, very weak.

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      Piss Off says:

      Good Idea. Shoot the messenger not the message.

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    Grant says:

    Good one on the never consorting with criminals, Mike. In any case I have never been convicted. Here’s another bung, £100K alright?

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    Molly says:

    All because you dumped me there’s no need to call me a Bambino.

    You’ll need more than hush money next time!

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      Handycock says:

      I haven’t dumped you Molly, I have just been busy in Court. I will keep my promise and take you to Alton towers for your 13th birthday. XXXX Daddy.

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    Johan says:

    Och comrade, it’s corruption when it’s the Conservatives at it but when it’s amongst ourselves it’s a show of solidarity, ye ken…

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-12559916

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    Tony Blair says:

    As middle east envoy I know I should say something about the massacres in Libya but I’m afraid my relationship with Muammar is just too lucrative. Sorry proles! Must dash! Got a flight to catch to one of my many homes.

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      Reap what you sow. says:

      Yes. We have ALL noticed that you have gone quiet since your “family friends” started killing their own countrymen.

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    ++BREAKING NEWS++ says:

    First Foreign Office-chartered flight leaves Gatwick to bring Britons back from Libya

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      Jolly good. How are united getting on?

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      Labour's Super Special Shit-hole says:

      Poor sods. Just when they thought things could get no worse, they wind-up back here in this muzzie-infested cesspit.

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        Tell it like it really is says:

        Yeh, but at least most of them don’t pay any of their danger money salaries in this country, said govt gelt being distributed to the 50% + muzzie men officially (according to govt figures) who are unemployed

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    Dirtybeech says:

    Depends where your totty watch stops

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    Angry Beasts says:

    O/T Newsnight

    Can somebody give Kirsty Squawk a good hard anal fucking. Perhaps it might calm her down. Shrill bitch.

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  52. 185
    William Hague's Big Society says:

    They should form their own community airline and fly themselves out.
    Less reliance on the state and more can do empowerment for yourself.
    That’s the answer.

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      Hard truth says:

      There is a lot of truth in your attempt at sarcasm.

      If you play with fire then expect to get burnt.

      Most of these Brits were not in Libya on a Jolly, they were there to make big money and they knew the risks.

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  53. 188
    Bullingdon Dave and his Bullying Right Hand Man says:

    Wheeee! I’m the mong who stays up all night posting till 4am! Wheeee! I call everyone tat! Wheeee! I don’t have a social life! Wheeee! My only friends are my socks! Wheeeee! I’m incapable of a normal conversation! Wheeeee! All I can do is say “where’s the blog tat?” Wheeeee! I don’t have a job! Wheeee! I live on state benefits! Wheeeee! I’m a sad useless gimp! Wheeeee!

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    • 193
      Angry Beasts says:

      Mummy will be cross if you don’t stop playing on your computer and go to bed now.

      Don’t forget to brush your teeth.

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  54. 196
    Tony Blair says:

    I could try and put this in nice flowery language but I won’t. I couldn’t give a flying fuck about the Libyans. I’m making too much lovely lolly from my middle east connections to give a shit. So fuck you proles. I’m minted.

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  55. 198
    Angry Beasts says:

    I think you need some psychiatric help, seriously.

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  56. 201
    why says:

    Why has the BBC News resorted to using two BBC reporters interviewing each other in an attempt to fool the viewer that the interview is both fair and impartial?

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  57. 202
    nell says:

    So where are mandy and st tone at the moment??!

    Here they were, bosom pal to gad afi’s son , enthusiastically supporting his passage through the LSE and gad afi’s donation of £1.5million programme at the LSE to promote democracy – LOL!!!

    Now suddenly the rottenchilds, mandy, st tone, gord and the LSE board have suddenly gone silent on lib ya!!!

    Labour and lib ya – needs explaining that one doesn’t it??!1

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  58. 207
    Gordon Brown says:

    I’m 200!

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  59. 208
    Tax Dodger says:

    So why do Brit Ex Pats think it is the duty of None Brit Expats to save them from their foolish fate?

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  60. 209
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Cant decide who is worse , Handcock or Penis Macshame?

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  61. 211
    Nick Clegg says:

    The Libyans should consider AV as a viable alternative to dictatorial rule.
    Who wants to live in a one party state, run by an unelected political elite, who lack the support of the Liberal Democrat consensus, which is after all the popular view of the majority of voters?

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  62. 212

    It always comes back to Balls:

    <embed type="application/x-shockwave-flash" src="http://www.dailymotion.com

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  63. 217
    Anonymous says:

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  64. 219

    I had wanted the Balls reference, otherwise it would have been this. There was one of him in a red shirt (not the film) that I saw on TV in the 1990s that would have been perfect, feet and elbows on the keyboard, but I could not find it.

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  65. 226
    Tell us please says:

    Question. Who made this ?

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  66. 233
    Question says:

    Still waiting to hear if you have a job or not.

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  67. 235
    the money shot says:

    16 going on 17

    me thinks hancock watched the sound of music alot

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    • 261
      Handycock says:

      I have been foundy not guilty of being a paedophile. The fact that I worked at one time for BBC childrens programmes, then worked for mencap with Romanian orphans and currently am both a member of the south east committee of the NSPCC and a member of the Parliamentary Prostitution and global sex exploitation committee is neither coincidental nor indicative, so watch it or I will take you to Court and you will have to pay me damages of £15 like Les Cummings had to.

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  69. 237
    albacore says:

    “And ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free.”
    Anybody here feel the teeniest, weeniest bit freer now we know for sure what a shower of shite we have lording it over us?
    Just asking.

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  70. 238
    Tacitus says:

    What a fine bunch we have in the Lib Dems – solid examples to our youth of how to behave and demonstrating to all a high moral standard. Well kinda!

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    • 243

      It is part of a general malaise that reflects much of parliament. No major party appears to be immune but the steady trickle of sentenced ex-MPs indicates that Labour lead the race to lower standards. They are followed at some distance by the Liberals, the SNP and the Tories. Of course, many have not faced justice where they should have done, their desert has been elevation to the Lords; Michael Martin being just one of dozens.

      This is not a dig at you because you are a leftie. I cannot imagine the likes of Tony Benn, Robin Cook or John Smith ever having preferred themselves in any way, sexually or monetarily.

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    • 246
      BillyBob.....beware, the jungle drums!! says:

      Traitorous activities go unpunished????

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  71. 245
    BillyBob.....beware, the jungle drums!! says:

    sack the b’stard……………. better still resign, you old perv !!!!

    Like

  72. 250
    BillyBob.....beware, the jungle drums!! says:

    Another day of blanket coverage of a part of the world that is as interesting as excreted matter !!

    Anything going on in New Zealand recently??

    Like

  73. 264
    Anon says:

    Well, I’d give her one….

    Like

  74. 265
    Anonymous says:

    “It may be legal, but is fondling schoolgirls really conduct befitting a Member of Parliament?”

    Yes.

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  75. 266
    Stuart Brennan says:

    That hooker looks better than nay tighthead prop!

    Like

  76. 268


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