May 27th, 2011

Sources: Sunday Times & Mail on Sunday Have “Confession”

Guido understands that both the Sunday Times and the Mail on Sunday have evidence that is not in the form of a “sworn affidavit” as was claimed yesterday by rivals the Telegraph. It is nevertheless evidence from Vicky Pryce that gave the respective papers’ lawyers confidence to allow them to assert that Chris Huhne perverted the course of justice. A serious charge…

Today in the Daily Telegraph the same journalist, Mark Hughes, claims a police source says Vicky Pryce did not confirm claims she has previously made about taking her husband’s penalty points. It was Mark Hughes however who made the claim about a “sworn affidavit” and wrote yesterday in the Telegraph that it was “the likelihood that Miss Pryce told detectives that she took penalty points on behalf of her former husband when she was interviewed on Tuesday.”  An about turn in 24 hours…

Given the existence of her evidence, if it is true that Vicky Pryce has declined to assist the police, the police will almost certainly obtain a Court Order for the evidence from the newspapers. Not long now...


  1. 1
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Prepare the lamposts!

    • 9
      Off the hook says:

      looks like the Huhne has got away with it then. I wonder how much he had to pay her.

      • 16
        Dalai Llama Ding Dong says:

        Given the existence of her evidence, if it is true that Vicky Pryce has declined to assist the police, the police will almost certainly obtain a Court Order for the evidence from the newspapers. Not long now…

        She could also be done for wasting police time…

        • 126
          Dave Cameron loves the EU and the the BBC says:

          A mere piss in the ocean to what Dave Camerons Blue Labour is throwing away:

          • Shock,Awe and Total indifference says:

            Note to PM… forget youyr “Big Society” rubbish and doling out foreign aid that we can’t afford to foreign regimes…when you’re cutting services etc here at home..get your priorities right and stop trying to strut the World stage or getting us involved in another unwinnable war in Libya

          • Judge Dreadlocks says:

            I guess she has to weight up how it looks in a divorce proceeding, if

            a) she plans to expose her hubby

            b) she contacts newspapers to do so

            c) then in meeting with police her evidence in any way varies

            She could loose access to her kids after alll….. if she can be painted as a vindictive person……

            Huhne said claims “incorect”…. so thats a line of defense that one can hide behind…

          • David Cameron says:

            Fuck the British people

          • Common sense voter says:

            Well done Dave and Hague for Libya.

            The war criminal (and criminal – people forget that contracts were signed giving western companies 70% of profits from Iraqi oil for 30 years) Bliar waded in, sorry, sent young British servicemen wading into Iraq to help Bush’s quest for oil.

            Dave and Hague on the other hand became engaged in a quest to save Lybians from a Mladic wannabe, thus saving potentially hundreds of lives from the mad butcher Gaadafi.

            Mega kudos to Dave and Hague.

          • Common sense voter says:

            Sorry, that should be Dave and Hague potentially saved hundreds of thousands from the mad butcher Gaadafi.

          • Dalai Llama Ding Dong says:

            The mad butcher they armed for dozens of years, right?

            Nothing to do with oil, eh?

            Only last year they were all kissing his feet.

          • Dalai Llama Ding Dong says:

            Dread, her kids are all grown up I think, well, most of them – won’t happen.

        • 160
          Anonymous says:

          How the fuck can she get done for wasting Police time ?
          To do so you first have to make an official report to the police which you know to be untrue and thus waste their time as they investigate it.
          As far as I know she hasn,t made an official report to them of any descriprtion whether true or not. if the police want to raise an enquiry on the back of Newspaper stories then that is up to them.

          What bollox you talk.

          • Dalai Llama Ding Dong says:

            She can waste police time by giving conflicting stories.

            Are you dim?

        • 175
          Bob R says:

          It’s a criminal investigation; they don’t need a court order. They can just seize it. Although, they would probably need a search warrant, depending upon the circumstances.

      • 38
        A Pensioner says:

        If she won’t talk then its game over. The Huhne walks free.

        • 170
          Perry Mason says:

          unless other evidence shows her to be in a completely different place at the time of the offence – in which case they won’t need her testament.

          • Bob R says:

            You totally misunderstand the offence. Merely, by itself, just because she ‘took the points’ for what later turned out not to be her, doesn’t mean that she did it knowingly and wilfully, nor that she entered into a conspiracy to do so. They both would be guilty of s172 (failure to supply), but the more serious allegations require proof that they did it knowingly and wilfully, and that they agreed to do it (for the conspiracy).

    • 14
      Captain D says:

      Don’t get out much do you, Billy?

    • 18
      Ivor Novello says:

      Keep the Huhne fires burning.

    • 25
      A.Loner says:

      Get a job billy boy and stop poncing of the state.

    • 41
      Ed Miliband says:

      Justine and I would like to extend an invitation to all the window lickers assembled here to come celebrate our nuptials today at:

      Langar Hall Country Cropwell Road
      Langar, Nottingham NG13 9HG

      Ps. Has anyone seen David?

      • 46
        David Millitwat says:

        Sorry I’m opening up a new Morrisons in Wigan today.

      • 53
        Red Ed's Red Wife says:

        I should have known it.

        Justine is a lawyer who specialises in the Environment, Health and Safety and PFI

        • 64
          EdMiliband says:

          Thhe workth on Ethics thtreet?

        • 65
          Dalai Llama Ding Dong says:

          Yup no surprises there, all these psych-troughers are drawn to each other like magnets, each feeding off the other – quite revolting … funny how so many pair up with ambulance chasers…

          • Major Paddy says:

            Amazing how many lawyers are packed into both houses and how many criminals-is there a link
            next are the cambridge/oxford group who ALL seem to have studied politics,psychology and sociology,no wonder all parties are socialists,we mock the french but we simply use two universities and they use one

          • Dalai Llama Ding Dong says:

            Yes there is a link – ditto with plod, they are as bent as most criminals, in some cases far worse – and they all get away with it (BOAZ) with a few scapegoats offered in sacrifice every now and then (not BOAZ enough)…

  2. 2
    MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK son of COD says:

    Hollo is anybody there ?

    • 3
      MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK son of COD says:

      or even “hello”

      • 49

        Hallo? Hullo? Wer ist das?

        • 76
          Wealthy chinese student says:

          Heroooow !
          no shortage of uni places for us then !
          now where do i pay my £27,000 per ann

          • AC1 says:

            Yeah but you’re only going to study Maths, Physics, Engineering or Computation.

            You need the Chinese state to subsidise you doing 4 years of weed and getting a Degree in Art-History and spending a year researching and obscure French painter that no-one bought his work to really get the economy going…


  3. 4
    Robert Catesby says:

    You keep saying ‘not long now’ but STILL NOTHING’S BLOODY HAPPENED.

    I want blood. And I want it now.

  4. 5
    Crass Hypocrisy says:

    David Laws.

    Claiming benefits and allowances he’s not entitled to, paying rent to his partner at taxpayers expense. Gets a week off work.

    This pair, doing precisely the same thing, get 16 months:

    • 11
      MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK son of COD says:

      In the eyes of politicians Hetrosexuals should never prosper !

    • 58
      Postlethwaite says:

      Same (or less) income than Jacqui Smith 70 – 100,00 and about the same theft 120 – 160,000 pounds

      Liked the judge’s comment:
      the public would be ‘staggered’ by their dishonesty.

  5. 6
    He's Spartacus says:

    Sorry, what was the question again?

  6. 7
    MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK son of COD says:

    Why has this taped phone conversation been handed over or even requested by the plod ?

    • 26
      MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK son of COD says:

      Phone conversation “NOT”been handed over ffs

    • 27
      Dalai Llama Ding Dong says:

      Yes indeed, everyones conveniently seems to be forgetting about the TAPE with the huhne foaming at the mouth and more or less saying “Shut your gob you bitch or we’ll both do time!”…

      “the police will almost certainly obtain a Court Order for the evidence from the newspapers. Not long now…”

      Given the standard of journalism so far by the Telegraph, probably something scribbled on a wet piece of bog roll and signed X…

      On a sidenote I fully expect to see “Born XXXX, died “Not long now….”” engraved on Guido’s gravestone!

      • 72
        smoggie says:

        Anyway the real reason for me dropping in is to laugh at the huge day-glow bollock he’s now dropped on the Huhne scandal, what a nob he is! The whole fucking thing was based on a tiff with his ex-wife, I told him if they make up your fucked!
        Would he listen…

        No wonder you’re hiding behind your sockpuppets again.

  7. 8
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Why doesnt Hunt just man up, Admit he done wrong and take the punishment?

    Could it be the fact he may be innocent or the fact he is a politicon and therefore thinks he is above the law and has a meglomanic state of mind or is it the fact he is a Hunt?

    • 21
      sockpuppet #4 says:

      If you were hanging off a cliff by your fingers, and it seemed 90% likely you were going to lose your grip and fall. Would you give up there and then? Or keep on a hold for as many more minutes as you could.

  8. 10
    Huhned says:

    Looks like she has been threatened that if he goes down, she goes to jail as a willing conspirator, after all she took the charge for someone else. She is just as guilty of conspiracy.

    • 15
      Selohesra says:

      If they both get sent down I’d wager she will be safer in the showers than him.

      • 33
        Dalai Llama Ding Dong says:

        The huhne wouldn’t be safe in the Governor’s office! The Chapel! The prison hospital! A padded cell! etc etc

        • 144
          Major Paddy says:

          Might i suggest tree surgeons chainsaw proof trousers or failing that get a contract with KY jelly for a celeb endorsement-as big bubba on e wing says if he can walk he can talk!

  9. 12
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    will the unions have to bailout a unpopular left-wing website?

  10. 13
    Ed Balls says:

    my farting policy is as follows

    Fart in the company of females – deny
    Fart in the company of “the boys” – take full responsibility for all farts, biffs, trumps and guffs
    Fart when alone – save it in a crisp bag for later

    • 20
      Selohesra says:

      At every opportunity leave one in an empty lift to ambush the next passenger (and chuckle to oneself whilst walking away)

      • 37
        Ed Balls says:

        My favourite fart is the cheese brump – no cheek lift, preferably on a vinyl chair

      • 45
        Selohesra says:

        A mate of mine (who was then a partner in a big 4 accountancy firm ) thought he would let one out in his office after a night on the beers and ended up shitting himself. Cue much wasted time clearing up and a trip to M&S for new undies. Never did know what code he charged that to.

  11. 17
    sockpuppet #4 says:

    “not long now” yeah yeah yeah.

    “another year and we’ll be happy” as gerry rafferty said.

  12. 19
    Corner of The Yard says:

    An affidavit would not be introduced in a criminal case unless the person refused to give a witness statement but admitted the affidavit existed. A court order would be required to get it. As VP is a party to the offence, the police would offer her a Formal Caution in return for an admission of guilt and a statement as to her involvement which means she is properly dealt with in the eyes of the law and is then free to be a witness against Huhne. Unless she flatly denies being involved and police are solely relying on other evidence VP doesn’t really have a ‘choice’ about helping if she doesn’t want to be in the dock with him. I suspect she has made her statement, had her Caution and the details passed to the CPS for a decision on charging The Secretary of State or not.

    • 180
      Anonymous says:

      That’s good;now we can leave it to the CPS to trot out the “insufficient evidence to be certain of a conviction” line.
      Move along,nothing to be seen here.

  13. 22
    Joss Taskin says:

    If Chris Hoon was speeding, was he damaging the environment and polluting the atmosphere ?

    • 32
      sockpuppet #4 says:

      Wasn’t he doing 40mph on a motorway?

      Dick Strawbridge’s moustache is more of a danger than that.

  14. 23
    Ed says:

    Today ith the happietht day of my life! I’m doing thomething that will help me become prime minithter. No, ignore that, I mean I’m finally marrying the love of my life.

  15. 24
    Chris Huhne says:

    I came home from work and Carina Trimingham said to me

    “Fancy a 69″

    I said “no thanks, I’ll have a 72. I hate sweet and sour pork”

  16. 28
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever! says:

    Any change?

  17. 39
    Selohesra says:

    Was it me or did QT seem a bit more balanced last night – possibly jusdt because they steered away from economy. Even Hilary Benn who has morphed into his dad seemed to be talking sense at times

    • 42
      Sir Thomas Periwinkle says:

      I’ve met Hilllary Benn and found him to be a smug arrogant twat.

    • 43
      Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

      Your drink must have been spiked :-)

    • 47
      Odd one out says:

      It was a well weired QT. Even the lefties in the audience were shot down by all the panel members.

    • 52
      Postlethwaite says:

      Given up watching it.

      And its been balanced for a long time:
      – pro labour panel and chairman
      – pro labour audience

    • 130
      David Dimblebrain says:

      The trouble with QT is that the lefties are just noiser, because like most socialists, they think they must force their ideals and opinions down everyone else’s thoat because they, and only they, know best, hence the manic-sea-lion-esque applause.

      Meanwhile, any liberals or conservatives in the audience just sit quietly and look rather bemused by all the faux outrage.

  18. 48
    Ed says:

    Tonight I thall be taking Juthtine up the jackthie.

  19. 50
    A lawyer writes says:

    It really depends on how interested the Police are in investigating this. I always thought she was either poorly advised or not thinking it through because she is as guilty as he is. Having raised the matter saying “No comment” (well within her rights) isn’t necessarily an answer. The Police know the vehicle and they presumbably know that Huhne is the registered keeper. He will have got the form and put her name on it (or perhaps she did at his request). They will also know when and where the camera went off and so if they can get some reliable evidence of where each of them was – if she can’t have been driving then she has to come up with some explanation. Ideally the Police need to have enough evidence of their whereabouts to charge both of them. Then, in the legal parlance, it becomes a “cut throat” as each blames the other to save themselves. That way they both end up going down. However I suspect you’ll end up with some mealy mouthed statement from the Police/CPS saying that they can’t be sure after all these years where exactly they were and so there is not enought to convict. Probably just as bad for Huhne as everyone will just continue to assume he is guilty and treat him accordingly.

    • 54
      sockpuppet #4 says:

      If they know when and where the camera went off, they havent released that information.

    • 80
      Dalai Llama Ding Dong says:

      Nice info, but what about the tape where the huhne is badgering his wife to cover up what happened, to the extent of telling her how to cut off inquisitive reporters – also, pay attention to the last bit of the tape where the huhne declares he never did it, and VP’s reaction!

    • 182
      Ignorant Lib Dem MP from Portsmouth says:


  20. 51
    Ryan Miliband says:

    I fookin ate Barcaloner

  21. 55
    EdMiliband says:

    What a thag nite!!! DVD’th of political thpeecheth, famouth quoteth of my idolth. A thpecial metthage from Gordon. What more could you want to be in touch with the thqueezed middle!

  22. 56
    Cynic says:

    Sharon Shoesmith won her case. Balls and Harringey set her up as scapegoat

    • 59
      Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

      She might have won, but in the end the taxpayer lost.

      • 69
        Ed Balls, Shallow Chancer says:

        The whole sorry affair has only cost a million pounds or so.

        Gordon and I were used to wasting BILLIONS.

      • 159
        Woman on a Raft says:

        Not just the taxpayer.

  23. 57
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    First they came for my points, i said nothing…..

  24. 60
    Jonathan says:

    Huhne is going to get away with this.

    His wife will not now provide the police with the necessary information, as to do so would incriminate her as well. Irrespective of how Huhne himself comes across, she seems to be almost as bad as he is. Having started the proverbial hare, she now, apparently, refuses to help progress the matter any further.

    • 86
      Dalai Llama Ding Dong says:

      What about the tape? What about the daughter willing to back up VP about the huhne bullying VP to go along with the conspiracy? Both alibi’s so far only implicate 1 person, the huhne.

  25. 61
    Chief Constable Essex says:

    You are joking if you think we are going to subpoena newspapers for evidence against an MP and fellow Member of the Craft. Boaz. Have a nice weekend Chris.

  26. 63
    Moley says:

    The Huhne divorce settlement probably hasn’t been finalised yet.

    Money talks and a few million pounds can shout “Shut up” very loudly.

    • 77
      Desmond Decker says:

      And he will pay up. He will do anything to remain in the government. (like his complete about turn on nuclear power)

      • 83
        Engineer says:

        His about turn on nuclear power is more likely the result of people with rather more insight than he explaining to him in very simple terms the problem of long-term energy security in Britain.

        They might also like to explain that windfarms are a waste of effort and taxpayers’ cash.

        • 95
          Vestas Wind Systems A/S (Denmark) says:

          Not from our point of view it isn’t. Keep those subsidies rolling guys!

          “Vestas – Take from the Poor – Give to the Rich!”

        • 118
          Major Paddy says:

          Maybe huhne might explain how TaT can power his pooter when the national grid hits the buffers and the renewables ignore his canute like incantations

      • 97
        MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK son of COD says:

        Sorry mate
        but i had to post this when i saw your moniker it made me smile !

    • 78

      You are not even suggesting that there is the teeniest, weeniest possibility that Chris Huhne, millionaire cabinet minister and egomaniac, would offer a higher settlement sum to his ex-wife to avoid criminal charges and keep his job, are you?

      Good Lord, that would be awful …………….

  27. 67

    O/T Here is that Nick Rеschеr lίnk that would not work last night:

    (Questioned by crash about my moniker, I had replied that it аppеаlеd to me because it offered a metaphor for politics. The use of reductio ad absurdum has long been a wonderful tool for debunking unsound arguments.)

  28. 68
    Jane Pilgrim's Strapon says:

    Give it up Fawkes, the story is dead now. It is going nowhere. Chris is safe.

  29. 70
    DAVE (The Big Issues ) CAMERON says:

    Sharon Shoesmith wins appeal in baby P case !

    Is nobody is accountable for anything anymore ?

    another couple of million gone to waste !

    • 163
      Jane Pilgrim's Strapon says:

      Given that Shoesmith was a scapegoat. Hung out to dry by Ed Balls and NULabia simply to satisfy public opinion I am not surprised.

  30. 79
    Sir William Waad says:

    Mr Huhne had a wife who:

    Is an eminent and respected economist;

    Was so loyal to him that she allegedly took penalty points on her licence for him; and

    Is interesting, sylish and very intelligent –

    and he throws her over because the arrogant fool can’t keep his knob inside his Y-fronts.

    Men, eh?

  31. 81
    Wealthy chinese student says:

    Sharon Shoesmith wins appeal in high court in baby P case
    so Ed Ball’s was wrong yet again
    another couple of million up the spout

  32. 82
    throat warbler says:

    The legal case against ‘Balls’ by Shoesmith, has just been announced. The ruling severely criticise’s Balls. Big mouth BALLS cannot be contacted for a comment.

    • 87
      Ed Balls says:

      It is all because this government is cutting too fast and too deep. The economy is flat lining after sustained Labour Growth. Sorry, what was the question?

    • 90
      Ed Balls says:

      I took full responsibility and sacked the person responsible. Well, sacked someone, anyway.

  33. 88
    Chris Huhne says:

    I am pointless. No really, I am genuinely pointless.

    • 111
      Cheryl Coalbucket says:

      I agree with you pet and understand everything you’ve not said about your driving.

  34. 89
    She's an evil bitch says:

    Sacking Sharon Shoesmith was the only right thing Blinky ever did. She’s a wretched c unt who said she was proud of her record and had nothing to apologise for, and then went to Ascot to chug on champagne the same day details emerged of the baby’s death. She’s a c unt who should rot to death.

    • 93
      Dalai Llama Ding Dong says:

      Have to agree – she failed over and over, and still shows no real remorse.

      • 134
        sockpuppet #4 says:

        She is a nightmare, but I suspect the alternative is the kind of person who is very good at producing remorse when required.

    • 98
      Anonymous says:

      How about Balls and Shoesmith fighting a duel with weapons that are non-lethal but capable of causing severe pain and disfigurement?

    • 107
      Fa Kin Su Pah says:

      Disagree. She’s shown consistently huge
      remorse and was wreckage herself of Balls
      rapid self preservation strategy.Socialism
      is at fault.

    • 169
      Woman on a Raft says:

      +1. However, Labour and leftish ideology have contributed to promoting people like Shoesmith. Their benefits policies directly led to an unpleasant and inadequate young woman farming babies as a lifestyle choice and then becoming wound-in to a vicious cuckoo who reveled in the public money and private torture this stupidity afforded him.

      Which is not to excuse the nasty young woman – she did deliberately deceive both doctors and social workers – but the ideology fosters monsters like this. Then Shoesmith benefitted from having plenty of them, doing nothing to challenge it and everything to make sure there would be plenty more for her to make a living off.

  35. 91
    Professor Henry Brubaker, Institute for Studies says:

    If you are a civil servant you can utterly fail at your job, run a department so appallingly that your failures lead indirectly to deaths, yet of course, its not your fault and you should damn well NOT be held to account.

    • 99
      Sir William Waad says:

      Er…she wasn’t a civil servant.

      • 114
        Professor Henry Brubaker, Institute for Studies says:

        Excuse my ignorance, but what was she then? Did she not Direct childrens services. And if she wasn’t a civil servant how come Balls could sack her?

        Im confused now….

        Still, whatever she was, she doesn’t deserve her job back.

    • 109
      Steve Miliband says:

      The point is she wasn’t held to account – Balls just sacked her – “the secretary of state did not afford Ms Shoesmith the opportunity to put her case”. This has been deemed unlawful regardless of the circumstances

    • 119
      Shocked says:

      Red Ed should ask Knob Ed for his resignation by the end of his nuptials.

  36. 96
    Chris Huhne says:

    I walked into my local “Get Fit Club”, and stood up and announced

    “Hi, my names Chris Huhne, and I’ve lost 5 pounds since last week”

    The other members all stood up and gave me a standing ovation…

    … Obviously nobody had found my lost £5 note so I stood up and walked out.

  37. 101
    Gordon Brown says:

    I don’t like my pampers.

  38. 102
    Ed Balls says:

    a apple a day improves my intelligence

  39. 104
    Margaret Beckett says:

    Suck my clunge.

  40. 112
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Can i just make a small point on the Sharon Shoesmith thing, she didnt kill Baby P, That was down to Baby P sick and twisted Mother and her drug-fuelled boyfriend , Labour really have brainwashed people that nothing is thier fault.

    • 123
      Fa Kin Su Pah says:


    • 136
      Professor Henry Brubaker, Institute for Studies says:

      Yes thats right, she didn’t kill baby P and you are right ‘Labour really have brainwashed people that nothing is thier fault.@

      This statement clearly includes Shoesmith here. However Shoesmiths department had many opportunities to intevene and they failed. No reason for her to keep her job.

      • 154
        Dalai Llama Ding Dong says:

        The dear luvvies Shoesmith employed were too AFRAID to do their job – solution, have some heavies accompany these wimmin and make sure that the children are duly PROTECTED!

        Shoesmith FAILED!!!

        Baby P is JUST ONE – there are 100s more at risk in that rotten borough still…

    • 137
      sockpuppet #4 says:

      So the labour party killed baby P ?

      I am old enough to have met a variety of psychos who were brought up under various governments. Brainwashing my arse.

      • 142
        Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

        No, what i meant was that over time we have seen the lack of personal resposabilty( It was sues fault, It started in America etc), Anyone working in that situation (Vunrable kids) has the hell off a job dealing with the lowest of the low.

        They will never get 100% right on every case.

        But my main point was that the Mother and Boyfreind were responsable for Baby Peters death.

        • 151
          sockpuppet #4 says:

          I thought one was supposed to blame the beatles, or sex on the TV, or 60s sociologists. Some people blame “no such thing as society” of course.

          I don’t really believe that people many years ago didn’t chose to blame someone/something else for their selfishness or idiocy. Its a pretty profound human trait.

          (PS: I forgot: video nasties, video games, goths, mods, rockers, dungeons and dragons)

  41. 113
    Sir William Waad says:

    P.S. Just went into town and saw one of those smug posters for smug David Walliams’ latest smug show.

    Is there, in all Britain – nay, in the whole world – a more punchable face than his?

  42. 116
    Ed Balls says:

    my second favourite fart is the trombone

    this requires lots of sphincter control and any hint of moisture will turn the trombone into a quack

    Gordon likes my chucky egg

  43. 117
    Gordon Brown says:


  44. 122
    MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK son of COD says:

    I just found this
    it just goes to prove how important it is for “Johnny Foreigner”to learn English !

  45. 131
    Cheryl Coal says:

    Wel dun ya jus no its no yur dae when ya menta Simon Cowl dunna bak ya new korea in merica?

    I min ta sae wot is rong wiv me axent like, how cums they dunna unnerstan mi?

    Im a rite good luka me ana can look like acan sing reely well ova a dubd trak on tv an stuff

    Stil bet itllall work out at the enof the day, maybes in London Xfaktor.

    Pass me some more spraytan luv!!

  46. 141
    Man who knows what to stop doing in a hole says:

    Give up. No sane prosecutor would touch this with a bargepole given how clear it is that the only prosecution witness is crazy as a shithouse rat. The affidavits if they exist prove nothing – just another inconsistent statement or two to add to the list

    Guido and king Keaul have also helped Huhne immeasurably by putting out prejudicial coverage ensuring that he has a first class impossible-to-get-a-fair-hearing argument to add to the my-wife-is-batshit argument. Well done lads.

  47. 152

    “It is fairly obvious that wall-to-wall excoriation in national newspapers, whether tabloid or ‘broadsheet’, is likely to be significantly more intrusive and distressing for those concerned than the availability of information on the internet,” Eady added.


    But only if you have a big wallet can you get the courts to injunct the press. The man is in cloud cuckoo land.

    • 158
      Just As Seedy says:

      This internet thing will never catch on.
      Now, why hasn’t my copy of the Evening News been delivered ?

  48. 157
    CHARLES KENNEDY piss soaked tramp says:

    Whats the betting mass murderer Mladic is unfit to stand trial ?
    funny how when they get their collar felt they suddenly become too ill and mentally unstable
    he’s had 16 years of freedom
    we all know he is guilty the world saw the evidence
    no need for a tril just drag the fucker out into the street and hang the bastard !

    • 179
      Handycock (Teen Fondler) says:

      Thanks Charles. That’s a good tip in case I get my collar felt.

  49. 165
    Daphne Millar says:

    Has the divorce gone through yet? Because if it hasn’t, then surely the police cannot force her to testify against her husband. And if she can’t be forced to testify against her husband, how can the police get a court order to seize a document in which she er, testifies against her husband.
    Hopefully, she is just playing hard to get and wants the police to do a deal in which she spills the beans in court in return for not being prosecuted.

    • 168
      Bardirect says:

      A previous inconsistent statement made to a newspaper is hardly the basis for launching a prosecution in a criminal court. Unfortunately. She’s not a compellable witness for the prosecution.

      If she was suspected of an offence she would have been cautioned. So too would he.

      However, perhaps she merely confirmed that the version of events doing the rounds was “incorrect” on that basis that she didn’t “take the points” which implies knowledge and collusion, but ended up with the points because the driver denied bing the driver, falsely alleged that she was, intercepted the PCN addressed to her, admitted the offence on her behalf, and stole her driving licence, which involves which is a huhnous course of criminal conduct.

      The Police will not want their time wasted. It may be that VP alone will now be prosecuted for perverting the course of justice by admitting the offence when she could not have been there. ie a prosecution based on her cast iron alibi. What she says in Defence or mitigation however may generate admissible evidence about the role of another. A conviction will thrown the light on to Huhne. So too would an acquittal depending on the basis of it. In either case Huhne will be a necessary competent and compellable witness.

  50. 167
    YorkshireLad says:

    OT = Balls in bother over the Baby P case

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