June 15th, 2011

Nothing is Too Good for the Workers

Bob Crowe is on a £254,978 package from the RMT union (though we still subsidise his council flat). When you have that kind of money, where do you quaff champagne at lunch? Why Scott’s of Mayfair of course.

The Sun reports he spent £650 on lunch…

Flashback : Ed Vaizey’s three-hour lunch at Scott’s of Mayfair.


103 Comments

  1. 1
    misterned says:

    That is more than I pay per month for my mortgage. He should be evicted from his council house and forced to pay market rate for a property, whether rented or purchased.

    Let a real deserving family in need have his council house.

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  2. 2
    Bob sCrowtum says:

    Don’t forget your Dues this month Comrades, I fancy some Gordon Ramsey next month.

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  3. 3
    Swinging Schlong says:

    This must be one of the few things that unite all people across the political spectrum- Bob Crowe is an absolute c**t.

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  4. 4
    Harris Tottle says:

    He does look well satisfied with life.
    B….t

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    • 57

      I wish I had his money.

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      • 101
        steamiron says:

        and cheap accommodation, paid for by real tax payers? has he no self respect? on £250k a year he can pay rent, or buy a house (outright) for that money?

        He’s a full on scumbag, and letting real (poor) people pay for him to live in a council house.
        Animal Farm in full swing, is it not?

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  5. 5
    SocialGhism says:

    “Aye lads, lets drink this white Burgundy as fuck know ‘owe much a bottle and stick it to the capitalists scom!”

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  6. 6
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    £650 lunch?

    Before or after vat etc/

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  7. 8
    Afghanistan Banana Stand says:

    All men are equal, but some……

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    • 20
      Stinkfinger says:

      I looked at the pigs at the table,then at the men.It was hard to tell the difference.

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      • 86
        Uncle Oinker says:

        More than likely the men are the pink ones on the verge of coronaries. We Porkers are much more health-conscious these days, and have given up eating Muriel McKays and other similarly unhealthy dishes.

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  8. 9
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Champayne socailisim in its purest form.

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    • 19
      Father Ted says:

      So you think places like this should be reserved for bankers and Tory MP’s.

      Is Bob the wrong sort then.

      What a bunch of two-faced wingers you are

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      • 22
        Father Ted says:

        And every time Dave and George go for an Indian – how much does that f’in cost?

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      • 42
        crash says:

        Don’t try to distract, it’s his huge wage packet and council house that isn’t right. A rich man can eat at a nice place, he shouldn’t be scrounging off the backs of the poor to fund his house whilst doing it.

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      • 47
        Nostradamus says:

        Ah, the semi-literate, hysterical language of the left. “bankers and Tory MP’s”

        Iz it cuz Bob is workin class?

        Boo hiss.

        No, my boorish friend. Bob Crow, he of Lenin bust on the desk, is happily frittering away the workers’ subs on feeding is big fat face.
        Bob Crow, he of petty class war socialism, is blowing as much money on a single lunch as an average family will have to scrape together for half a year’s electricity.
        Bob Crow, bringer of misery via spurious tube strikes, is living the high life while demanding that “vah bankahs” have all their money taken away and given to the poor oppressed workers.

        But through the prism of a left wing mind, criticism of this rank hypocrisy translates roughly as “evil elitist right wingers want to ban people with cockney accents from council houses eating in the exclusive ‘bankers and Tory Mp’s’ club because of their simmering hatred for mankind.”

        You really are a curious breed.

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      • 53
        The Sheikh Of Arabeeee says:

        Fucking illiterate fucking fucking Leftie mong. Fuck off, wankstain.

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    • 68
      Ivan Agenda says:

      Couldn’t we send it to all union members on Facebook.
      Should get a reply of some sort.

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  9. 10
    YorkshireLad says:

    What a twat that man is!

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  10. 11
    TK Global says:

    What an outrage. This picture should be sent to the Evening Standard in anticipation of the next Tube strike. Time that Boris and the Government take on the Unions and put them back in their boxes.

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  11. 12
    Chip Munk says:

    Little Hazel Blears just told Brillo that she sees eye to eye with the speaker.

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  12. 14
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Guido.

    Is it Crowe or Crow, Your first line says Crowe but the tweet says Crow, I always thought it was Crow, But now am confussed?

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  13. 17
    Backwoodsman says:

    but, but, but, the bbc didn’t tell me about this. In fact when I listened to R4 this morning, they told me the brave public sector union people were co-ordinating to save us all from the baybee eating Tories.

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    • 54
      short-changed says:

      The bbc also failed to tell me about the biggest fall in unemployment for over ten years. I wonder why?

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    • 70
      Ivan Agenda says:

      The Toady Programme were on Lefty vitriolic form this morning only spoilt by the employed figures going up – but they still said this could be a blip.

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      • 81
        misterned says:

        A 3 month long blip so far. Also the BBC have said that job-seekers allowance claims have gone up, without explaining that it is because people who are fit to work, are being moved from sickness benefits onto job-seekers to redress the corruption of labour’s massaged figures by hiding the unemployed in the sickness totals.

        So where is this half a million – a million extra unemployed because of “savage tory cuts” that labour and their inept apolofists were predicting then?

        When the BBC economics “experts” were claiming that the tories claims of the private sector being able to offset public worker redundancies were hopelessly optimistic, it is looking like the tories claims were actually pessimistic compared to what the figures actually reveal.

        And to “Anonymous” who keeps posting a list of tory failures, including rising unemployment, these figures show you are completely wrong!

        The tories’ liberalism, pro EU pandering, climate change alarmism and political correctness are all bad enough (and all things which labour were doing) so there is no need to invent further bollocks lists to attack them with.

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        • 89
          Sado. says:

          Poor Anonymous must be rather lonely only having the Labour tribal followers and the BBC Break Britain Completely for company.

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  14. 18
    Moley. says:

    There’ s no problem (according to the Union) because;

    “A union spokesman said last night: “Bob Crow was on a private day out. We can confirm the bill was not paid by the union.”

    Crow paid the £650.00 out of his own money, which ALL comes from the Union; so much of it that £650.00 for Lunch is neither here nor there.

    Isn’t it time that the workers organised a strike against the Union instead of against the management?

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    • 28
      COMRADE BOB CROW (ANNUAL SALARY £254,978) says:

      I AM WURF IT. MY MEMBURS LUV ME.

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    • 63
      Rog says:

      Don’t the RMT also get government (ie, taxpayer) money from the “modernisation fund”?

      Crowe swilling taxpayer subsidies?

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  15. 23
    Professor Sir Robert Winstons says:

    One does have to laugh at the imbecilic trash Mr Crow represents…what a buch of dirty cu’nts

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    • 28
      A Labour Parteh surrogate spokesman form the vested interests says:

      The Trotskyist firebrand Crow, drinking Wine?? In Mayfair?

      Oh fuck me, I cant even have faith in the Crow?

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  16. 26
    Observer says:

    Did Mr Crow take away a doggy bag for Milipede?

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  17. 32
    Desperate Dan says:

    Judging by the size of him its not the first time.

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  18. 36
    Jane Pilgrim's Strapon says:

    We’re all in it together, brother.

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  19. 39
    Ann Drogeny says:

    “The working class can kiss my arse
    I’ve got the foreman’s job at last !”

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  20. 40
    Lady Virginia Droit de Seigneur says:

    Guido,

    I’m surprised you haven’t tagged this one “Twat Watch”

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  21. 41
    Andrew Efiong says:

    Oink oink brothers.

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  22. 43
    Land Ahoy! A Vast Behind says:

    I thought he lived in a nest on top of a ship’s mast.

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  23. 44
    Clarence says:

    Comrade Crow’s lunchtime capers may be outrageous but eyespy.mp are reporting something far, far more terrifying:

    “Gordon Brown at 8am in his gym kit near the Mothers Union.”

    Oh. My. God. Won’t somebody please think of the children?

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  24. 45
    Rob. C says:

    up the workers!!!!!!!!!!!!!!……….

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  25. 46
    Eileen Critchley says:

    Support for strike action amongst the public at large will be short lived. This isn’t the 1970’s. The BBC has less control.

    I think this is a watershed moment for the Left. The stakes are higher for them.

    Mass strikes, poor leader, no funds = totally fucked.

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    • 56
      Anonymous says:

      Let’s hear Millibland’s opinion on the strike action.
      Will he back the union bosses who put him into power or the electorate who will suffer?

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  26. 48
    Bob Crow says says:

    The working classsss can kiss my assssss………Oh by the way up the workers, just fuckin glad i aint one of them……..What dumb fucks they are, oh dont forget your subs bruthers, think there going up this year……..I have developed a taste for the finer things in life……….

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  27. 49
    Stalwart says:

    It’s a favourite haunt of hedge fund managers and the upper echelons of Labour Party officialdom.

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  28. 50
    Fred the Shred says:

    I wouldn’t get out of bed for £250k.

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    • 67
      Handycock (Teen Fondler) says:

      I would not get into bed for £250k, I would need a few young girls in there as well. Only then would I consider asking the right questions in parliament.

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  29. 52
    Man on the Clapham Omnibus says:

    Has Parliament not yet passed the Bob Crow Act, making it illegal to be Bob Crow?

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  30. 55
    dr. sipp says:

    where do u want him to eat

    poundstretchers canteen

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  31. 60
    Anonymous says:

    Socialism’s all about ‘it’s not what i do, but what i say’. From the old Soviet Union to China and North Korea, the leaders of these socialist paradises all life the good life, while the poor buggers they rule in the interests of ‘equality’ all live in squalor and fear. Hurrah for socialism. Hurrah for Comrade Bob!

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  32. 69
    Hang The Bastards says:

    Do as I say… not as I do !

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  33. 71
    Robber Crowing says:

    We are all in this together comrades.
    We are all equal. Its just that I am more equal than any of you.

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  34. 73
    MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK son of COD says:

    £650 on lunch !
    all claimed back on expences of course
    off the backs of his members !

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  35. 74
    MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK son of COD says:

    ring ring
    Hi is that Bob ?
    it’s Abdul down at the underground we have a problem developing , any chance you could get down here ?
    well i’m a bit busy at the moment
    err could you ring back in about four hours ? hic thanks bye !

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  36. 78
    That's News says:

    Bloody Hell!

    In Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese in Fleet Street a pint only costs about two quid!

    £650?! What did the greedy troughing git DRINK??? That his members paid for.

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  37. 80
    A J Scott says:

    Sheer disgusting greed on the back of the taxpayer and his members. Absolutely shameful. And he can’t even tuck his shirt in over his belly. More, much more of this sort of information, please, Guido.

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  38. 82
    Kered Ybretsae says:

    Well you can’t afford to do what he does. But definitely do what he says!

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  39. 84
    Martin Day says:

    It reminds me of that fat socialist pig hattersley, more than 20 years ago he was stuffing his greedy cadaver with fine dining meals at more than £200 a time and we were paying the bill, obnoxious fucking hypocrites.

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  40. 85
    hightory says:

    Very ironic when you consider how he joked about Ian Hislop on HIGNFY:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VNt2WlQou_o from 2:30

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  42. 88
    Cato Street Conspirator says:

    I couldn’t help noticing that even the Sun admitted he was ‘celebrating his 50th birthday’.

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  43. 90
    Vonny says:

    Suspicious timing for this photo coming out in a Tory paper? Not that I would ever suggest that there was a strategy to undermine the unions shortly before a strike of course…..

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  44. 91
    Berlusconi says:

    He’s drinking white wine – everybody knows white wine doesn’t count.

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  45. 92
    Puddletown Martyrs' RPM says:

    Eat the rich!

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  46. 97
    Robert Pestons speech therapist says:

    I easily managed £350 for lunch at Rules.Whats wrong with that?

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  47. 98
    Elliot Ness says:

    The guy’s just a gangster, same as Al Capone. And we sure sorted him!

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  48. 102
    The Green Goddess says:

    Crowe, Prescott – why are Working Class Heroes so fucking fat?

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  49. 103
    brian gilhooley says:

    Fat hypocritical bastard – like all marxists!

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