June 1st, 2011

Huhne’s Evidence Confusion

Chris Huhne said last night that he looked forward to the Electoral Commission rejecting the expenses complaint “as roundly as the last one”. Guido isn’t sure the Secretary of State gets how this whole evidence thing works. This should trigger an inquiry to dredge up his entire campaign spending, including invoices to and from his friendly but secretive printers “The Itchen Valley Print Society”, conveniently run out of his constituency office.

Talking of evidence, Guido has yet to coax a comment out of Essex police on whether or not they intend to get, or are getting, a Court Order against the Sunday Times (and possibly the Mail on Sunday) for the signed undertaking in which Vicky Pryce is thought to say she will stand by the allegations she put to the paper if it ended up in court. If the police don’t get a copy of that undertaking, they can hardly have carried out a full investigation. Guido has reason to expect them to apply for a Court Order imminently…

If the stories circulating that the Huhnes’ kids have mediated the parental feud are true, and neither of them are being entirely helpful to the police, their silence or faulty memory won’t save Huhne if the evidence stacks up. “No comment” is the official line from Essex Police on matters that “could or maybe aid the case”.


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

    If he moves his lips , He is lying, Hang Him!

  2. 2
    I still shit in buckets!!!! David Chaytor says:

    The Pikey is shitting imself Lansley will be the first to resign, unless he’s layed that bet as we betting experts like to say.

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    He’s a shady character

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    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    thats pretty low , To get the kids invovled , I mean using you wife as a human shield is one thing , but the kids?

    FFS Chris , Man up and take responsabilty for your own actions.

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    Red Scum says:


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    Can someone let me out now? I don’t like it in here

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    Gordon Brown says:

    I’m shocked at this kind of dishonesty.

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    David says:

    I doubt he’s much worse or much better than any other politican, this is very little difference between them these days…

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    They're all smug, sneering Celt cunts at the BBC, 'cept Kuenssbergs whom I wish to bum intensely says:

    Ms Pryce must be receiving some extremely bad advice if she has made allegations and is now unwilling to substantiate them.

    As for this wretched cu’nt Huhne…..a typical Lid Dem fraud/hypocrite

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    Cynic says:

    Its pretty clear why he hasn’t gone already.

    Both clegg and cameron want a Lib Dem to take over Lansley’s job as health secretary.
    But to keep the right wingers happy Huhne’s job will be given to a tory.

    So they are waiting for Lansley to get the message and fuck off before they sack Huhne.

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    Backwoodsman says:

    ““The Itchen Valley Print Society”, conveniently run out of his constituency office.”
    You couldn’t make it up ! There’s probably a toy shop invoice for a John Bull Printing Set in with the receipts !

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    Joss Taskin says:

    Why are they called ‘FibDems ??

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    Billy Bowden's Umpire School says:

    If he doesn’t move his lips, hang him for obstructing justice!

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    Sir William Waad says:

    Jonathan Aitken did it. Got his 17-year-old daughter to lie for him on oath. What a low-life.

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    Mark Pack says:

    Oh dear Guido, More empty claims and no new evidence.

    I wish you would stop this witch hunt as Chris has important work to get on with.

    You are only building yourself up for a fall, Don`t say i didn`t try and warn you.

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    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Yep and he should occupy the next lampost to Hunt.

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    Toasted sarnie says:

    This is like the final challenge in Doom. No matter what gun you use or how many missiles and shots you fire the fecker won’t die.

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    Backwoodsman says:

    “has reason to expect them to apply for a Court Order ” = shorthand for he’s fucked.

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    roadway says:

    That nutter Brown did it as he left No 10

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    Westminster School Alumni Spokesman says:

    He always was a devious little twat and a lazy shag who often had bed wetting episodes.

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    albacore says:

    Why has the Essex Police badge got three dog-eared scimitars on it?
    Getting prepared to uphold sharia law, are they?

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    Huhne’s Movies

    Presumed Innocent
    Driving Miss Vicky
    The Green Whorenet
    Fast & Furious 9
    Mission Improbable
    Politics of love
    The Driver
    The Getaway
    Shaft-ed {Trilogy}

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    Will the real Mark Prick please stand up, please stand up says:

    Are you the real Mark Prick or are you a co-conspiritor having a weeze?

    If its the later you are doing a great job of pretending to be some weasly, limp wristed sandal wearing cock jockey making a pathetic point and doing it, well, pathetically. As such I salute you.

    If you are the real Mark Prick..seriously… this is the best you can do? Is this the summit of the Limp Dem ability to denounce heretics who dare defy the great Huhne?

    Your acting like a fat, speccy twelve year old who hasn’t been bullied properly.

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    Infuriated of West Mids says:

    Did you get your carer to write this one for you, Mark? The apostrophies are much better – well done you. Still a couple of little issues with commas and capitals that could do with ironing out though.

    B+ for effort.

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    Billy Bwoden is The Greatset Emire evre says:

    Hing ham.

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    Tacitus says:

    Prelude before a cover up?
    If Cameron does try to do a cover up for the Limp Dems then he is definately making future political trouble for himself and his party, and will rue that day.

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    Bardirect says:

    In criminal cases a prior statement is not generally evidence of the truth but only the credibility or otherwise of that witness.
    Can’t see a Judge granting an order for disclosure of evidence which is prima facie inadmissible, being a previous inconsistent statement from an unwilling witness who is competent but not compellable in a prosecution against her husband.

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    Lady Virginia Droit de Seigneur says:

    It’s so petty isn’t it Gordon – your dishonesty extended to much larger things like the Iraq War, immigration and the entire fucking economy you hoon.

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    Bob R says:

    As I have already said; this is a criminal case, they don’t need a court order. Although, if the newspapers are uncooperative, they would probably need a search warrant. But, AFAIK, a senior officer could sign that.

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    Ex Met plod says:

    Bob, they would need a production order signed by a Judge in order to secure the evidence. A search warrant isn’t signed by a senior officer, always a Magistrate.

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    Iloathlefties says:

    Carry on Huhn hounding Guido!!! Eventually the idiot will go and we’ll get a sensible energy policy before the lights go out and we’re covered in windmills.

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    Bob R says:

    Judge Briscoe’s evidence would surely be compelling.
    @ Bardirect. Surely it’s not inconsistent. AFAWK, they have excercised their ‘right to silence’ (such that it still exists).

    What else do they already have?
    They can surely prove that VP knowingly and wilfully made a false statement.
    They can surely prove that CH made a false statement; but can they prove that he did it knowingly and wilfully?
    So, thus far, VP would seem to be in a lot more trouble than CH.

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    Gertrude says:

    ‘Carry on Huhn hounding Guido!!! Eventually the idiot will go and we’ll get a sensible energy policy before the lights go out and we’re covered in windmills.’

    Oh right, as if nobody new what was going on…

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    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Guido I have tried ready the link in seen elsewhere but it doesnt seem to work.


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    Gordon Brown MP says:

    Someone call?

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    Clarencieux Garter King of Arms(Bradford Branch) says:

    The arms are the arms of the County of Essex(as in Essex Police ?)and were granted on 15 July 1932. The arms are those attributed to the ancient Kingdom of the East Saxons. These were regarded as the County arms long before the official grant. The swords are distinctive notched seaxes, and thus an allusion to the word Saxon. There are supposed to be three because Essex is the third county radiating out from the Capital …..London…Now any other irrelevant questions ??

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    Archer Karcher says:

    ‘Chris has important work to get on with.’

    Hilarious shit, if the ‘work’ Huhne is doing was not so dangerous to the economy and the welfare of the people, I might almost laugh.

  38. 38
    Larry The Cat says:

    After much consideration, I’ve decided I don’t like this Huhne fellow.

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    Fa Kin Su Pah says:

    The Incredible Journey

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    English Viking says:

    Lesbian lavatory lust.

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    Wak Atak says:

    I can’t see the police need the statement. Sure fire evidence would be
    – that the car was parked at the airport (check his expenses for claims, parking records, etc)
    – CCTV at the airport
    – the photo from the speed camera

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    Herman Achille Van Rompuy says:

    You look like a kiddy fiddler Mnsr Pack. Want to join us in Bruxelles? We have many fine kiddy fiddlers here. You could swap notes on techniques.

  43. 43
    Back Pack (Mark's Dad) says:

    Chris Huhne – “Between two and three billion pounds’ worth of energy is wasted every year”… That’s a billion difference, Mr Huhne

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    The Paragnostic says:

    For the sake of Auld Jack Lang, please note that it is not just Belgians who like fresh meat…

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    ' the grosser's astropofe says:

    Ending a sentence with a preposition was something my English master would never put up with.

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    MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK son of COD says:

    Why should they need a court order?
    the papers hate the fucker as much as anyone else
    they should jus send it without being asked !

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    The Paragnostic says:

    OK – what was the notch for in the seaxe?

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    English Viking says:

    Thanks Billy,

    It was probably because I said the Mark Pack was a complete and utter… oh well, never mind.

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    AC1 says:

    Only 50% error bar…

    I might have to use the same error range when filing my taxes…

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    The Paragnostic says:

    Sort of makes you understand how he could get the speed limit wrong, though – ‘between 50 and 80 is the appropriate speed for this road’…

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    Selohesra says:


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    Squirty says:

    Never trust a salesman. They’re biased. Especially the link-whore type.

  53. 53
    Squirty says:

    David Mellor is the prime exemplar of the technique.

    Loathsome, all of them.

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    What everybody is missing... says:

    Since all this relates to matters which allegedly occurred in 2003 I think you’l find that such records if they existed at all will be long gone.

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    Archer Karcher says:

    A ‘tory’ like Tim Yeo or some other ecoloon shill you mean?

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    Squirty says:

    >The apostrophies are much better

    Except he’s hitting the wrong key. I have reason to believe he is Newmania and I claim my £5.

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    Done and dusted says:

    Fair enough. Best to just shoot the fucker in the face.

    It’s only a LimpDim – meat in human form.

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    What everybody is missing... says:

    Aren’t production orders only relevant for investigations involving the Proceeds of crime act ?

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    Mark Pack says:

    You right-winger`s are thick. The climate was static for billion`s of year`s until 1979 when Margaret Thatcher invented patio heater`s.

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    smoggie says:

    Good advice Mark. I’m sure Guido will follow it.

    Meanwhile back on Planet Earth…..

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    What everybody is missing... says:

    A notch on each of the three swords represents the three points on the shipping licence which Saxon men would routinely allocate to their wives otherwise they could have been disqualified from sailing in Raiding parties up and down the coast.
    Thankfully we live in more enlightened times and men treat their spouses with much more respect these days.

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    Archer Karcher says:

    Frederic Mitterand being another. The EUro-elite political class are as sordid a bunch of compromised perverts, as any we can throw up. Is the entire political class of europe degenerated filth?

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    I want a personal printing society says:

    He’ll be getting up his Itching Valley pretty soon now.

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    smoggie says:


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    Ian Dury has the last word on this:

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    The Paragnostic says:

    John Selwyn Gummer making his kids eat a BSE burger live on TV was probably the finest example of ministerial child abuse…

  67. 67
    Ed Balls says:

    Chris Huhne strolls into a brothel and says to the Madame, “I’m feeling a bit kinky, what can you do for me?”, the Madame replies, “Well sir, for £1000 you can have Total Domination, where two of our dominatrix, strip you naked, stick a range of fresh vegetables up your arse, generally abuse you and treat you as their slave for two hours” “Hmmmmm” Chris Huhne says, “I don’t have that sort of cash, is there anything else?” the Madame replies, “Total Subjugation – which is similar to domination except there’s only one dominatrix, the vegetables aren’t so fresh and it only lasts an hour”, “And how much is that?” enquires Chris Huhne, “£500″ comes the reply, “Still too dear” Chris Huhne says do you have anything else? “Total Humiliation – which costs £50″, says the Madame, Chris Huhne replies “That sounds better, what do I get for my £50?” the Madame replies – “A day reading the LibDem Voice blog”

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    Lower deck Lawyer says:

    also need a creible witness that ensures a prosecution has a good chance of success. Chances are the CPS will not see Ms Huhne as such and therfore the Huhne will walk under the umbrella of ‘unlikely to secure a conviction’ manta rather than the ‘not in the public interest’ for which they would be bar-b-cued. Unless of course someone at the dinner provides concrete evidence she was there and not on the M11.

    His political career though is all but over so same result really.

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    Gagged says:

    Right to silence was removed by the last Labour government

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    The Paragnostic says:

    Not just Europe – I was reading some climate change bollocks in the Grauniad just now, and decided to look up Ms Christina Figueres, the ‘executive secretary of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change’.

    She wants to change the already unjustifiable CO2 targets to limit the guesstimated temperature rise to 1.5 instead of 2°C.

    Her background is interesting – daughter of a Costa Rican President, sister of another, degree in anthropology, various non-jobs which are well puffed in her Wiki entry, and now the UN post, which she holds at the same time as being a paid advisor to carbon traders.

    Just the sort of person you want making policy, isn’t she?

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    watching you watching me says:

    or his election expenses

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    The Paragnostic says:

    +1 – Much better than the real answer, which is that they were used when fighting in a shield wall to hook your opponents shield and pull it down so your mate could skewer the bugger with a spear…

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    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    First they came for my modding advice, i said nothing….

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    Woman in a burqa says:

    Not in my community they don’t.

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    Mark Pack says:

    I am s’hitting myself

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    Anonymous says:

    I’m hoping that the Mail are putting intense pressure on her to come clean since they’ve given her a column in their business section.

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    Jane Pilgrim's Strapon says:

    Give it up Fawkes and stop believing your publicity.

    This one is as dead as a Dildo.

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    Anonymous says:

    Love the way he just throws his agent under the bus with your ‘quote of the day’ .

    he really is a vile, oleaginous piece of shit. If you were in the army with him could there be a more ‘we’re fucked!’ moment than hearing him say “Don’t worry I’ve got your back”. In the meantime dave just whistles.

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    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    But has a dildo ever been alive? if not then it cant be dead?

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    Anonymous says:

    Be worth a fact check on the basis used for valuing this energy – these spurious factoids spouted by this wanker give all the appearances of being yanked out of someone’s arse!

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    Jumbo says:

    At the election before last I did the Vs at the van-with-loudhailer driving the disgracecful shyster Jim Dowd, my MP, around Forest Hill. He threw his arnms out of the van and used both arms back at me. C UNT

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    Jumbo says:

    Jim Dowd needs investigating (dot com)

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    Richard Attenborough says:


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    Hugh Bonneville says:

    Too tickly.

  85. 85
    Hugh Bonneville says:

    Are you taking the piss!

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    Sir William Waad says:

    No seax before marriage, then?

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    Anonymous says:

    Smokey and The Bandit
    Guilty Fucker IV

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    Chris "I'm a sanctimonious lying twat" Huhne says:

    Stop talking about me, and do what the BBC’s doing; concentrate on fifa instead, and divert attention away from me.

    You should spend all your time talking about corruption in football, because kicking a ball around a field with a bunch of other twattish chav blokes who can’t keep their winkles in their trousers is far more important than whether or not a government minister has broken the law and repeatedly lies to everyone about everything.

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    Steve Miliband says:

    Pointless in Seattle

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    I see tat is back again posting under other peoples monikers with is usual brand of shit boring music videos, your cwippled bwain must be huwting again tat, awwww poor tat poor sad lonely tat.

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    Tachybaptus says:

    If a dildo is made of wood it has been a tree.
    If a dildo is made of rubber it has been the sap of a tree.
    If a dildo is made of plastic it has been a marine animal that fell to the bottom of the ocean and turned to oil. The same with limestone or marble.
    Only if a dildo is made of pure metal can you be sure that it is dead, and always has been. Not sure that this is necessarily an advantage.

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    Steve Miliband says:

    The Great Gatso

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    What everybody is missing... says:

    57% of all statistics relating to climate change are made up.

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    EdMiliband says:

    The Only way ith Ethics

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    Mark Oaten says:

    I’ll bring the coffee table…
    On second thoughts forget it, hold on tight and nip it, I’ll be straight round!

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    Postlethwaite says:

    Search warrant signed by senior police officer must be on the cards soon then.

    Along with freedom to flout speed signs; drive at 120 in built up areas; kill pedestrians on zebra crossings; shoot people through the head seven, sorry six times; beat bystanders in the guts and kill them; and . . . and . . . and nobody held to account. Yes, that police force.

    In our manifesto, so you voted for it, didn’t you?

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    The Paragnostic says:

    Is he the bloke who Bob Marshall-Andrews called a ‘faggot’?

    I notice he recently signed an EDM against badger culling – would it have negatively impacted on Jim’s nocturnal ramblings?

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    Postlethwaite says:


    Correct, but the police right to malicious repeat multi jeopardy was also introduced. So maybe they will follow that line (for you and me)

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    The Paragnostic says:

    The Labour way is ethnics…

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    Squirty says:

    > energy is wasted

    Just shows what an ignorant pillock they have put in charge of a vital (literally) policy area. Maybe he means “fuel” when he talks about “energy”. Even my first physics master (when I was 11) would have given me three hours on Saturday for that howler.

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    Archer Karcher says:

    All absolutely loathesome creatures of course, but Gummer wins worst of all by a neck, for that particularly gruesome epiosode of child abuse.

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    Archer Karcher says:

    Huhne would throw his mother under the bus if it suited.

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    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Self obsessed slag!

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    Professor Richard Gere says:

    An interesting hypothesis Richard.
    The extinction of the Dodo seems to have correlated chronologically with the rise of homosexual practices in the West during the expansion of colonialism via their navies.
    And we all know what they say about the navy.

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    Lord Denning's Ghost says:

    I am afraid your final sentence does not take into account that today’s politicians have absolutely no sense of duty or honour whatsoever. This man will neither resign, nor be forced out by his Peers, for the simple reason, they are all like him. The rules today are obvious and clear ‘do what you want, so long as you don’t get caught. If you get caught, fall back on the Freemason’s to protect you, if you are a member, if not, brazen it out.’
    Knowing what I now know, looking from above; If I had my time again, I would send the lot down. Particularly some of the ones from my County, Hampshire – Huhne, Hancock etc etc.

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    Shock,Awe and Total Indifference says:

    Obvious if you think about it for a moment…..No newspaper or media organisation will do that…if they just surrender the info without being asked that would put in jeopardy any future info/sources that a “Whistleblower” may supply to them in relation to other matters of interest… the papers are saying that they therefore will only release such info as they are complying with the law under a “Court Order”…in some cases they will challenge the Court’s order and others they won’t.

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    Mark Pack (genius) says:

    Leave Chris alone, you rabid right-wing tosser`s!

    Chris has important business to concentrate on – such as destroying whats` left of Britains` economy and manufacturing industry`s.

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    Nemo says:

    Broon or Bercow?

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    A measure of her IQ says:

    She lives in the Palace of Westminster and yet spends all her time tweeting.

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    Handycock says:

    Lord Denning has hit the nail on the Head Chris. The Brotherhood are now looking after you, as they did with me. You should be OK at the police level, but if they pass it on to the CPS, as they did with me, that should be OK. Don’t despair, I was also passed on from the CPS to the Attorney General; the level of pressure thereafter, on the Attorney General, secured my safety. I bet you are glad now you joined the Craft, on my recommemdation. Boaz.

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    Rum Sodomy & the Lash says:

    Arrr, me hearty!

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    The Paragnostic says:

    And, in Barnsley, to decide that they have the power to impose £80 on the spot fines for swearing.

    Here’s an ode to the Barnsley Plod…

    You should never say ‘Bugger!’ in Barnsley,
    Or ‘Bollocks!’, or ‘Bastard!’ or ‘Bitch!’ –
    You might disagree
    With some constabulary
    And in doing so make them more rich.

    Now ‘cünting’ in Chesterfield is common,
    In Sheffield, ‘shite”s de rigeur.
    But as you plod on
    Up the A61
    There is one thing I must make quite clear –

    You should never say ‘Bugger!’ in Barnsley.
    They’re ever so clear about that.
    But for some light relief
    Go where Cleggie is chief,
    And just call the Hallam boy ‘Twat’.

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    Nemo says:

    Mellor, isn’t that the guy that liked a spot of toe sucking, disdusting he could get athels foot in his mouth

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    Nemo says:

    Squaddies have a means of getting even on manovers

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    Archer Karcher says:

    The good thing about making millions of windmills to generate ‘clean’ energy is that absolutely no carbon* or pollution of any kind, is produced when they are manufactured, transported, installed, maintained and decommissioned at the end of their ( very short, very expensive ) intermittently productive lifespan.
    None, none whatsoever.

    * essential plant food

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    Handycock says:

    How did you ascertain, Mark Pack was me? With, of course my Secretary drafting it, as I am virtually illiterate.

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    Huhne is confused. Full stop.

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    Nemo says:

    That is a thought, how many of the darlings will be anxiously watching the progression of the investigations against Huhne and local agents, this thing seems to have been very deeply embeded in their psyche.

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    Gordon Brown says:

    I concur Mark, now where was I?
    Oh yes I remember now, it rubs the lotion on it’s skin or else it gets the hose again…
    Yes yes yes indeed, rub the lotion on my skin…
    Nurse nuse, I’m done and ready for my lithium suppository.

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    The Paragnostic says:

    You have to realise that in Huhneworld, all houses have at least a foot of loft insulation, are double glazed and have cavity walls filled with the down from golden egg laying geese. The solar cells on the roof add to the output of the chimneytop wind turbine to return energy to the grid.

    Their inhabitants all eat an uncooked macrobiotic diet, keeping the Aga only for show, and go to bed in their hair shirts as soon as it gets dark. Their shit, smelling as it does only of roses, is sold to cosmetics manufacturers.

    Anyone using more energy than the idealised Huhne household (remember, he keeps his carbon footprint well spread out by only heating one of his seven homes) is, by definition, wasting energy and must be scourged as an inveterate feeder of plants.

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    Ignorant LibDem MP, friend of Drug Dealers, from Portsmouth says:

    I agree with you Mark. You are a Genius and your posts on here are obviously swinging it for Chris. Jahbulon.

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    Chuck Trailblazer says:

    “I can sack anyone better than you,
    You can sack anyone better than you,
    Yes i can, no you can’t, yes I can, yes I can, yes I CANNNNNN!!!!!!!!!!!!”

    FIFA manage to make even Huhne look good.

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    “Who won tonight’s star prize? An original Rolex from Brixton market. You can’t get the batteries.”

  125. 125
    Septic Blatter says:

    Meanwhile, there’s a new facebook page for those who wish to comment on the farce at FIFA. Feel free to join, and spread the word:


  126. 126
    Chuck Trailblazer says:

    Gordon loves coronations, perhaps the FA could have put him up against Septic?

  127. 127
    Nemo says:

    Nurse, NURSE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  128. 128
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    Seb is ( blanked out because of an E-D special) says:

    Coe is in the same field in my estimation. He may have been Hague’s judo partner, but does he have to show the same smugness as out honoured FS?
    Really, how many people actually give a flying zuck about the bloodee olympiks?

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    The Paragnostic says:

    The extinction of the Dodo is believed to have occurred following the adoption of Rabelaisian practices by the inhabitants of Mauritius.

    Having no geese with which to wipe their arses (à la Gargantua), the Dodo became the preferred bum fodder of the Mauritians, resulting in a sharp population decline due to the unattractiveness of a shitty neck to Dodos of the opposite sex.

    Or they might have tasted good and been easy to catch.

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    Nemo says:

    They look like 3 fancy bottle openers to me

  132. 132
    Nemo says:

    Time to start sharpening those claws eh?

  133. 133
    Nemo says:

    I had forgotten his (Hague’s) friendship with Poe and also that Archer guy didn’t Willy train at Archer’s private gym

  134. 134
    Nemo says:

    Touch of the Billy’s there, “disgusting”

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    David Laws Lib Dem fiddler says:

    Huhne ought to be sacked by McClegg. Surely his defence is as plausible as his one when calling McClegg names in the Lie Dem leadership contest.

    Laws should also be sacked, after all he gave McClegg a clue when he referred himself to the Parliamentary Commissioner. He was buying his boyfriend a house at the expense of the tax payer. He lent him the deposit and paid rent which presumably offset mortgage payments. When he says he did not do it for personal profit then he ought to be questioned whether he derived a benefit from living there and if his boyfriend died who would benefit from his estate?? Irrespective of his motive, or his pathetic homosexual defence, he is guilty of false accounting, go for the easy provable charge.

    Laws needs to be questioned properly, not by the biased incompetent Lyons who let off over 300 MPs for expense fiddles.

    Menzies Campbell was let off the Dolphin Square fiddle and was not even asked to repay all the money he fiddled. Clearly a corrupt culture endemic in the Lie Dems. What is Mc Clegg doing about cleaning up politics???

    McClegg recently promoted all interns to be paid a living wage to help the poor get in politics. Interns at Lie Dems HQ are not paid a living wage they are given a sandwich and travelling expenses. You can not believe a word he says.

  136. 136
    Anonymous says:

    Isn’t Briscoe the ‘token’ who occasionally pops up on This Week with Brillo?

  137. 137
    Grand Inspector General, 33 degree, Royal Arch Masons says:


  138. 138
    Duncan says:

    The Itchen Valley Print Society type nonsense is a) clearly not in the spirit of the rules but b) within the letter of them and c) widely practiced. If /that/ is looked into he might get a media slap on the wrist, but he won’t get formally punished because he formally hasn’t done anything wrong. The reason these tactics for stretching as far as possible the electoral spending constraints are circulated and widely practiced is because they are consistent with the rules.

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