June 6th, 2011

Up Pops Pryce

Invited on to the Daily Politics as one of the signatories to the B-Team’s Observer letter, Vicky Pryce, aka the former Mrs Huhne to be, had to quickly point out that she hadn’t actually signed the letter. Though the researchers can be forgiven, she seems to be changing her mind all the time about what she may or may not have signed.

As with Sky News yesterday, Pryce insisted on a wall of silence regarding the current police investigation that she triggered, a deal of which her husband can only dream. She instead choose to give dire warnings about  his government’s spending plans.

Guido isn’t sure she’s going to have as much success playing the ball instead of the man.


76 Comments

  1. 1
    AC1 says:

    The spending cuts will fail because bureaucrats spend other peoples money far more wisely than people who earn it…
    It’s this that made the USSR the green and economic powerhouse it’s remembered for.

    • 11
      Chris Huhne says:

      And to think I let her bare back me every Friday and she never reached round. Biatch.

      • 17
        David Laws Lib Dem fiddler says:

        Is it any surprise she behaves like a deceitful politician?

        • 19
          David Laws Lib Dem fiddler says:

          Go to jail with your ex husband.

        • 43
          Anonymous says:

          Im i correct is saying that she commited adultery with Huhne when he was married to his first wife and now is on the receiving end herself. Bawahaa !

        • 76
          50 Calibre says:

          I just like the smell of toast in the morning.

          Come on Plod. Charge the sod…

    • 29
      Anonymous says:

      The spending cuts will fail as the cuts are done in the wrong places. Cuts could have worked if cuts were done on

      1) foreign aid
      2) money given to EU
      3) wars than we don’t need
      4) paying benefits to immigrants, now people from EU can claim benefits as soon as they come in.
      5) free NHS treatment to foreigners.
      6) billions given to basket case countries in EU
      7) spending UK money in other countries. E.g. air-force helicopters are sent to Romania for refit, it could have been done in UK.

      There are more.

      • 36
        Anonymous says:

        Naturally it’s just a coincidence that the order went to Romania while Eurocopter Romania’s parent company, the defence giant EADS, also happens to be building the RAF’s new transport aircraft, the Airbus A400m, which will cost UK taxpayers £2.4bn for just 25 aircraft. That project is beset with problems and EADS needs all the help it can get from its UK defence partners. PS: Will any patriotic MP now ask why the RAF also routinely flies its other transport aircraft, Tristars, VC-10s and Globemasters, to France for re-painting? In fact it’s because the French are less rigorous in enforcing the EU’s COSH (Control of Substances Hazardous to Health) rules, making it cheaper for the MoD to give jobs to foreign workers than to their British counterparts.

        • 67
          Iloathlefties says:

          Our MP’s don’t understand or do patriotism. They give all our taxes (borrowings) to johnny foreigner.
          Isn’t Pryce ugly. Huhn has got serious selection issues.

        • 74
          A Viewer on tenterhooks says:

          I saw on the box recently that E A D S is now the subject of an investigation by the Seryus farce Orifice.

  2. 2
    geoff says:

    who is this monstrous hag, the Pryce woman?

    when did I get to vote for her?

    isn’t she Turkish or something?

    • 10
      pigs in space says:

      Greek actually, so ideally qualified to tell us to keep spending money we don’t have, after all it’s worked out so well in Greece.

    • 38
      smoggie says:

      She’s got her good points and her bad points.

  3. 3
    Jethro Q. Walrus-Titty says:

    Can’t imagine why Der Huhne left her?

  4. 4
    Back Breaking Corporation says:

    The economy is stagnating.

    • 14
      Engineer says:

      After the depradations of the Maximum Imbecile and his evil henchman Muttley-Balls, we can all heave a sigh of relief that we still have an economy to stagnate. Much more of their so-called ‘saving the world’ and we’d be asking Greece for a bailout.

  5. 5
    Too far, too fast says:

    The LSE is too far from Essex where, I have heard, some cars are driven too fast.

  6. 6
    M'Lud says:

    Any chance they can both get banged-up for wasting Police time ?

  7. 7
    Worth the licence fee says:

    Emily Maitlis showing much cleavage on bbc news.

  8. 8
    jus saying says:

    She looks appalling. We need an emigration policy clearly.

  9. 9
    Chris Huhne says:

    Ridin’ along in my automobile

  10. 12
    Put a Brave Face on it says:

    The economy is overun with parasites. From people who claim to deserve a Kings Ransom spent on them because they have paid a bit of National Insurance, to those multicultural enrichments which fill our prisons.

    Stop giving our money away and people might want to start earning it again.

    We can’t afford to keep people in the lifestyle they have become used to.

    The figures are immense:

    1 x Pensioner in a care home at £26k per annum. £26k x 10 years (min as they won’t let them die and keep them alive too long) = £260000.

    How many Pensioners are they and how many tax payers. This country is nearer Greece than people care to imagine..

    • 61
      h_pont says:

      and said pensioner may have worked in the public sector on 40k a year until retiring from stress at 55 after going to ‘uni’ for 5 years.

  11. 16
    annette curton says:

    Is the pic from an old screen test for the weakest link?.

  12. 18
    Pearls of wisdom from Macshame says:
    • 59
      Drop a Daisy cutter on the BBC says:

      Has he paid back his expenses yet the thieving c u n t

    • 62
      h_pont says:

      this c u n t should be in prison – and the prison should burn down with this c u n t in it

  13. 20
    Steve Miliband says:

    She was just trying to score some points.

  14. 21
    les says:

    Jonathan Portes said on Bloomberg he didn’t sign the letter but on Sky he didn’t correct the interviewer who said he did.

    What is the Pryce woman’s accent?

    • 46
      boots on the other foot now love says:

      She speaks broad Hypocricy just like her husband

  15. 22
    What?! says:

    Vince Cable has said there’ll be tougher strike laws? Vince Cable has made an actually sensible statement? I need to sit down and have a few jelly babies to get over the shock.

  16. 23
    Chris Huhne says:

    I’ve just seen an old lady drop a £20 note in the street.

    As she struggled to bend over and pick it up I shouted, “I’ll get it”.

    I ran over, picked it up and said, “See, I knew I’d get it, better luck next time”.

  17. 25
    They're all smug, sneering Celt cunts at the BBC, 'cept Kuenssbergs whom I wish to bum intensely says:

    Why didn’t any of these cu’nts write letters predicting a massive credit bubble was about to threaten Britain’s economy?

    • 41
      The Pest says:

      AHh, you Knoww, innit, never saw that one coming ,youknow, but listen my shares in Lyyyds bank are now worth jack shit not to mention all the gold sovereigns that I sold (you know), when Gordon did, Knob Robinson should have warned me, and that slime Marr got all his money transferred offshore.

  18. 26
    Shut the fuck up says:
  19. 27
    Engineer says:

    Does she eat beansprouts?

    • 33
      Steve Miliband says:

      Apparently bean sprouts are not the cause

      • 47
        Anonymus says:

        Not quite

        “initial tests did not find ….” means something else.

      • 51
        Engineer says:

        Somebody in Germany is a bit quick to throw accusations about. Not cucumbers, so lawsuit on the way from Spain, not bean-sprouts, so lawsuit on the way from bean-sprout farmers….what next?

        • 71
          Dr Oetker says:

          Germans don’t eat many bean sprouts. It’ll be the water supply I reckon.

  20. 28
    Gordon Brown says:

    Look at me, I’m a tree, I’m as happy as a tree can be.

    Look at me, I’m a melon, I’m as happy as a ten ton lemon.

  21. 30
    Ed Miliband says:

    My policy on thith ith a blank theet of paper.

  22. 31
    David Miliband says:

    Why does my brother keep sending me crates of cucumbers and beansprouts?

  23. 35
    Gordon Brown says:

    Am I head of the IMF yet?

    • 48
      Backwoodsman says:

      Yes dear and there’s a chambermaid who wants to play with your winkle, while her friend takes pictures.

    • 52
      annette curton says:

      Earn £££’s working from home, just send cheque for £150, we will supply all the materials needed to get you started, leads supplied, just think soon you could have your very own business marketing our high quality range of toiletries door-to-door.

  24. 45
    Don't drink it! says:

    Cable was given a bottle of whiskey after his speech. He was told it was made by members of the GMB. I wouldn’t drink it if I was him. It may be a bit too “home made”.

  25. 49
    He's a fucking cunt says:

    Oh fuck. Blinky is talking at the gmb. Any snipers available?

  26. 50
    Trojan Horse says:

    What cuts? The government has not slowed spending.
    Start cutting … NOW! Still waiting and cannot see why it needs 4 years.

    • 56
      Drop a Daisy cutter on the BBC says:

      Spot on, the BBC keep trying to frighten everyone that the Tories will start eating babies next week when in fact Government spending is rising.

  27. 54
    purpleline says:

    No wonder he went off with a Lesbian what an ugly mush, but I guess she takes it Greek style

    • 65
      Rumple_tweezer says:

      Seriously, what’s that? With yoghurt, after an attempt to clear up a nasty infection?

  28. 55
    Drop a Daisy cutter on the BBC says:

    When the one eyed shirt lifter from Fife was in power the BBC were always quick to big up any positive comments from the IMF, CBI or World Bank regarding his performance.

    Now for some reason the BBC are continually attacking any positive comments form those same organisations who say positive things about George Osborne.

    Why might that be?

    • 64
      Tell it like it really is says:

      Because the bbc are part of the Labour Party silly, they were not known as Browns Broadcasting Corp for nothing, no statement is made without the addition of weasel words specifically designed to slur the Coalition.

  29. 58
    Anonymous says:

    Was just looking at Wayne Rooney’s new hairline.Made me think that Ian Hislop appears to have more hair now than he ever did.Has he had a transplant?Just my curiosity and knowing that someone here will know the answer.

  30. 63

    Forget the driving licence, charge him with criminal fraud, and subversion over his CO2 emission scam, windfarm lunacy, and renewable subsidies. Subisidies that are designed to wreck our economy.

    Last year’s Iceland Volcanic erruption created more CO2 than mankind has created since leaving the caves, this latest one has created enough to wipe out all the CO2 reductions f the past four years.

    It’s a UN scam, originally a method of wealth redistribution to benefit Africa, now the main source of financing the Global Government of Banksters .(Veronica’s brilliant word for bankers)

  31. 66
    Faster than a speeding ticket says:

    If she didn’t sign it, perhaps she got Huhne to do so on her behalf?

  32. 68
    Cameron Is A Cunt says:

    Much as I hate Huhne I can at least understand why he left that ugly, dried up, old harridan with her ill thought through left wing harpy views. Can’t have been much fun facing that across the breakfast table.

    • 72
      Anonymous says:

      No one forced him to marry her. The deserve each other , the deceitful adulterous c unts that they are.

  33. 70
    Gordon I am a Lemon Tree Brown says:

    You would only run off with her if you were completely insane

  34. 75
    confused says:

    Perhaps if its true they both should be prosecuted. If she now tries to back tracks she’ll loose all sympathy


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