July 22nd, 2011

Handy-cock Likes It Both Ways

Now Guido knows that Mike Hancock, self-confessed teen-fondler and LibDem, must have a lot on his mind, let alone his conscience, but it takes a special level of incompetence to manage to sign two completely contradictory Early Day Motions. The pervy Portsmouth MP signed both EDM 2109 – opposing Christians being able to opt-out of equality laws, and EDM 2081 – supporting Christians being able to opt-out of equality laws. He’s taking sitting on the fence to whole new levels.

In other news, the sex-text pest and Ruski-sympathiser has told his local rag that his phone may have been targeted in the phone-hacking scandal.

It was more likely to have been MI5 listening in…

UPDATE: It seems Labour’s Paul Flynn has fallen into the same trap, but then we knew all along that the die-hard socialist wasn’t quite all there.


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

    Just a wrong un!

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    • 22
      a wrong 'un says:

      I’ve got hyperinflation in my bumhole.

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    • 46
      MultiCultiCobblers says:

      Religon of Peace at it again in Norway:

      http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-14252515

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    • 53
      misterned says:

      It is a typical indication of what happens when the vile thought police implement their politically correct fascism. Groups of people are arbitrarily divided up into sub-groups and then pitted against each other in the name of “fairness” and “equal rights”. Christians Vs Moslems. Moslems Vs Gays. Gays Vs Straight. Men Vs Women etc etc…

      Then to be seen to be “in” with these various “minorities” the fuckwits pick all sides.

      I prefer to treat everyone EQUALLY regardless of what artificial group people are self-selecting themselves as. All humans should have the same basic rights.

      The elite prefer the divide and conquer route so people are far too busy fighting each other, to notice what a fuck-up the elites are making of everything.

      So should Christians be able to opt-out of equal rights laws?

      In my not at all humble opinion, there should be NO specific equal rights law which defines ANY specific sub-group of people at all. All we need is Common law and the Bill of Rights, where no person should cause injury harm or loss to another person, whether juristic person or flesh and blood person.

      That is all that is needed.

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      • 64
        Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

        All must be equal under the law.

        (I say that as a gay man)

        I do not want any speical treatment, i wanted to be treated like any other person, who i sleep with is no-one buisness, and i do not care for who anyone else sleeps with, if your are good at thier job then that is what matters.

        By giving sepreate groups seprate laws then we have no equal justice.

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      • 108
        g1lgam3sh says:

        Verily.

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    • 55
      Nemo says:

      Guido, for goodness sake don’t encourage him, he will not change his ways (at least he doesn’t appear to have so far) he must have been helping himself to the ship’s grog.

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    • 79
      Jethro Q. Walrus-Titty says:

      So handycock wanting it BOTH WAYS means Handycock (aka teen fondler) is AC/DC?

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  2. 2
    Brave Sir Robin says:

    Paul Flynn is my local MP. It makes me sad.

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    • 17
      sg-strummer says:

      Could be worse, you could live in the Rhondda.

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    • 19
      Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

      I have respect for P.Flynn, I remeber in one debate on iarq, He stood up, and used all his time allocation reading out the names of troops that had been killed in Iraq.

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      • 32
        Anonymous says:

        If the war is illegal it could be murdered.

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        • 35
          Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

          I was against the Iraq war, however it was voted on and gain the majority of support in parliament.

          Thats democrcey.

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          • misterned says:

            Shame that they were voting on information that was wilfully incorrect and this amounted to a grossly anti-democratic deception.

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          • Anonymous says:

            True. But then Blair was voted back in afterwards. Some fking message that sent our political class.

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          • b34st says:

            And yet another fine display of functional illiteracy on your part

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  3. 3
    Sam Saunders says:

    That would be “conscience”

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  4. 4
    J says:

    Conscience ffs

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  5. 5
    Handycock says:

    Gimme a chance, princess. I kno i can mke u happy.

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

    Handy-cock does highlight flaws within democrey.

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  7. 7
    NeverRed says:

    His IQ is so low, I’m amazed he isn’t a Labour MP.

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    • 14
      Dorian Smith says:

      That’s the thing about Labour, they set their standards low and to their credit, maintain them. Handy-cock would be a shoe in if he wanted to make the switch.

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    • 73
      nell says:

      I think mr hancock highlights flaws in human nature.

      He is an example of the worst and how on earth he became an mp I can’t imagine. What sort of people would vote for him? I mean we talk on here about labour areas where they’ll vote for anything in a red rosette. But he is far beneath all of that.

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    • 88
      b34st says:

      Billy is Handycock or as Billy would say Handdeecuk

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      Article Redacted says:

      Two senior Scotland Yard detectives were unwilling to investigate phone-hacking because they feared their alleged extra-marital affairs would be exposed, according to the lawyer at the centre of the case. Assistant Commissioners Andy Hayman and John Yates were both…
      London Evening Standard 2011-07-07

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  9. 9
    Gordon Brown ate my hamster says:

    Was Neo Guido educated under New Labour’s edjukayshone? The spelling would suggest so.

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  10. 10
    Anonymous says:

    I suggest a quick proof read in future…

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  11. 11
    Ivor Tapeworm says:

    What is this story about? He voted both ways on equality laws.

    That’s equality.

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    • 69
      Nemo says:

      He is standing on the fence, quick shake the fence.

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      • 82
        William Cobbett says:

        There’s no whip on an EDM is there? Not surprised they didn’t know what to vote for.

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    • 95
      Bled White Taxpayer says:

      He’s probably trying to have it both ways, so that later he can say “I voted for….”, without revealing that he also voted for the opposite motion. Shifty little fuckers, politicians.

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  12. 12
    Sophie says:

    Traitor. Sexual deviant. Commie.

    Who voted for this piece of crap?

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  13. 16
    sg-strummer says:

    Nice to see the Lib Dem’s in the news.

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  14. 18
    Andy Gray says:

    For all the joking about Hancock (and there’s plenty to be had), if one takes a step back, one realises that it is profoundly, profoundly depressing that this man is an elected representative. And that he is not on the n-nces’ wing, obviously.

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    • 20
      Nu Attack Dog says:

      You are of course right – shame on us for allowing this creature to represent us in Parliament.

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    • 45
      Princess says:

      Looks to me like he is trying for a bit of sympathy before the appeal in September.

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    • 52
      labourunionsbbc we are one says:

      I think it is profoundly, profoundly profoundly depressing that he is allowed to stay in government after all that is known about him.

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  15. 21
    MrAngry61 says:

    and calls on the Government to base any proposed changes to legislation on equality and non-discrimination on evidence rather than the opinions of a vocal minority.

    EDM 2109 almost sounds sensible – until one realises that the ‘vocal minority’ to be ignored are Christians…

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      Lurker says:

      Vocal minority? That would be the state religion then. Church of England – the clues in the name.
      Add in the Catholics, Methodists etc.

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  16. 23
    Bligh says:

    I’ll hang you from the highest yardarm in Portsmouth, Michael Handycock!

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  17. 24
    Johann Hari says:

    I’ll be cack.

    I mean, I’ll be back.

    Come to think of it, I was right the first time.

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  18. 26
    SonOfaMiliband says:

    :'( Guido yer nasty coz its like really unfair to attack Paul Flynn after his chemical lobotomy :'( I might tell somebody you did that :(

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  19. 28
    Pundit says:

    How thick must must his constituents be to vote for this fucker? Democracy has a lot to answer for.

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    • 70
      NeverRed says:

      Don’t forget people voted in their droves for Brown and Prescott and Vaz and Balls and….and…and…and…erm Labour

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  20. 30
    Handycock says:

    Katia told me I was hunky.

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    • 48
      Katya says:

      Only because you were getting me information on submarine movements. I hope you aren’t still using your mobile phone, because GCHQ will be listening in, according to my sources.

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  21. 38
    Greek economy - socialism in action says:

    I suppose we shouldn’t be surprised, but nevertheless it is intensely irritating, that so many of these desperately sad attention-seeking tax-eaters should try to convince us (and themselves), that their empty lives are interesting enough to warrant hacking.

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  22. 41
    BBC Tumbleweed Watch says:

    For a politician to hold an opinion should be no surprise; for him to hold two opposing opinions at the same time must mean he’s a lawyer too.

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  23. 47
    Sir William Waad says:

    ‘Looking for an Asian Wife?’ you ask….well, if she has a short and effective way with pie-throwers….no, I’ll stick with Lady waad

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  24. 50
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Hero of the week : Mrs Murdoch

    Villian of the week: Piers Morgon

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  25. 51
    Former Naval Person says:

    Well somebody must have hacked his phone so that we could read the text messages in the Sunday papers. It appears that what we have been shown is only the smallest selection of a great many more (and more explicit) messages. When next he is in court perhaps we will hear much more about his adventures with teenagers, with the Russian ladies and with the Rumanian orphans. ‘An embarrassment to the Commons’ said the Sunday Times – and an embarrassment to his party and to his constituents too.

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    • 67
      Biffo the Bear says:

      But a credit to the LimpDums

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    • 92
      Dame Stella Rimmington Head of MI5 (Retd) says:

      Phone hacking involves hacking voicemails only. The explicit text messages in the Press indicate higher powers are looking into the Pervert Handycock. Looks to me like he being set up for a very big fall.

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  26. 56
    Paul Flynn says:

    Mike Handycock and I are great friends, that is why I defend his behaviour in my blog and why we sign opposing early day motions together. The truth is we are in love.

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  27. 62
    Mark Pack says:

    Even i can`t defend Mike or even atempt to defend him.

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      g1lgam3sh says:

      At last…I have to say I normally see you as an empty suit with comprehension and communicating difficulties but kudos for that rare display of honesty.

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  28. 68
    Mike handicapcock in two minds. says:

    Sshh. I am listening to ACDC outside the school playground at a special needs school. I would advice the Sun not to ping me.

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  29. 75
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Score update: England 399-7 KP 155 not out.

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  30. 77
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    “In other news, the sex-text pest and Ruski-sympathiser has told his local rag that his phone may have been targeted in the phone-hacking scandal.”

    Should that be sandal?

    He is a Lib Dem :-)

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  31. 86

    As editor of the website, http://www.portsmouthnews.tv, I spoke to Hancock this afternoon. He told me he, “didn’t want to talk to me, goodbye” and put the ‘phone down. Given that he sits on the Defence Select Committee and we should all worry if his ‘phone has been hacked, I think his attitude is that of one with no grasp of what’s important. Less self-publicising and a more serious approach to what matters is called for, but there’s no chance of that.

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    • 91
      b34st says:

      I;m pretty sure that most of us would slam the phone down on some fucker who runs a website called portsmouth the news
      You probably only pricked his interest when you mentioned TV to the crossdressing bi sexual mong fiddler

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      • 93
        Mr. Pompey says:

        The News Portsmouth is something quite different. They’re more than happy to give this MP space in their rag. That’s why we get real news from this website.

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        • 107
          Portsmouth News says:

          We won’t print any of this slanderous tripe Mike. Did you like the article we printed that you asked us to, even though we did not corroborate your story with Scotland Yard? One thing does come to mind. How could your phone be hacked when you have already stated that you lost it in the sea with your passport? No matter, so long as you are happy with the article.

          http://www.portsmouth.co.uk/news/local/east-hampshire/portsmouth_mp_is_told_he_may_be_a_phone_hack_victim_1_2893600

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          • Mr. Pompey says:

            The Portsmouth rag is just the mouthpiece for whatever story Hancock wants to give them. With sales of the paper declining by the minute, they rely upon stories that they are spoon-fed with by Mike, otherwise they wouldn’t have a newspaper at all. And he doesn’t give a toss about adverse publicity elsewhere. Would you, if you were grabbing £67,000 + expenses from life as an MP? Add to that his “office costs” and a salary as a council cabinet member + expenses and his wife’s salary + expenses as a councillor. Would you worry about the long-suffering poor and a few adverse blog comments if you were raking it in?
            Mike Hancock has put Portsmouth on the map. The problem is, Mike, it’s for all the wrong reasons. Please give my regards to Katya.

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          • Handycock, No1 Trougher in Parliament says:

            Will do Katya’s hearing is in October.

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  32. 89
    blackbyle says:

    How handy is he with his *ock does he sustain this elevated posture for needlessly prolonged nanoseconds or is it a Djerzinskian plot hatched by a 21 C baboushka from Portland Pl ?

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  33. 94
    fratton Lodge says:

    Who is he? b34st ??
    He obviously cant read must be from portsmouth and voted for a sexual pervert teeny fiddler.
    Handycocks probably paid him to say it.

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  34. 98
    Grand Master, Grand Lodge, The Strand says:

    Don’t worry Mike, you might be a traitor, pervert and general uneducated, ignorant, troughing piece of shit; but we will continue to protect you like we always have. Boaz.

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    • 100
      Commissioner Sir Paul Stevenson and Assistant Commisoner Yates, formerly of the Yard. says:

      That goes for us too Handy. Jahbulon.

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  35. 99
    Handycock (Teen Fonder) says:

    Infamy – Infamy.

    You’ve all got it in for me again!

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  36. 102
    Geoffrey G Brooking says:

    Guido,

    Did you know that Handycock has a bit of a record for mistakingly signing EDMs?

    According to his web site on 8th December 2010 in relation to EDM 1137 Mike Hancock said: “I mistakenly signed EDM 1137. It was among a pile of EDMs that I was signing and I made a mistake as everyone does.”

    “I have withdrawn my name from that EDM and asked the Table Office at the House of Commons to do that.”

    The motion was in relation to England’s failed bid for the Football World Cup and in the end attracted just two signatures.

    More @ http://www.mikehancock.co.uk/news/556/34/EDM-1137/

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    • 104
      Mr. Pompey says:

      Well spotted, Geoffrey. This is the guy who got elected by a large turnout of students after he had signed their pledge opposing rises in tuition fees. Another bounced cheque from Mikey. And I thought Uni students were supposed to be intelligent. Glad I haven’t got a degree. At least I know a con trick when I see one.
      Your example shows that our MP will sign anything if he thinks he’ll get elected or a bit of gratuitous publicity.

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      • 116
        Old Style Copper says:

        What in God’s name made you think that “Uni stidents were supposed to be intellingent”? From lengthy observation they are some of the most gormless, credulous, sheep-like, shit-thick and pig-ignorant people on the planet. Witness that fucking moron Charlie Gilmore, not to mention that other hairy gobshite who tossed the fire-extinguisher off a roof. I’ve yet to see one of these subsidised-beer addled, dope-smoking, unwashed cretins who didn’t sound talk out of his or her arse. I had one apparently sane and sensible young lady tell me, in all seriousness, that George Bush had manipulated the weather so as to cause Hurricane Katrina and kill ” all the black people”. FFS!!!
        I could go on, “intelligent” eh? Are you quite mad?

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        • 122
          Mr. Pompey says:

          Point well made, sir. By the way, I think Happy Harry Handicock is off on his hols to Spain soon. Does anyone know the Spanish for “lock-up your daughters” ??? Best we do the decent thing and send advance warning to Pedro. Now, what made me think of that name, Michael ?

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  37. 103
    JOB 1.21 says:

    The Lord giveth and the Lord taketh away. No confusion here.

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  38. 105
    Saffron says:

    Strikes me that quite a lot of these so called politicos,who are supposed to represent our interests,are so far up their own arseholes,as to make them meaningless to us.
    When oh when are we going to wake up to this fact.
    How much more of this crap around us are we going to take?.
    Just what will it take to awaken from this induced state of oblivion.
    Ban alchol,ban chav tv,ban the neverending crap spewed out by the media,talk about the real issues that face us.
    The unenlightened people in this society is frightening and they need to seriously wake up and smell the coffee.

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  39. 106
    Saffron says:

    British Isles.
    Dont make me laugh,we lost that years ago compliments of various politico’s and their arsehole dreams.
    We won the last attempt to take over Europe by that madman Herr Hitler.
    Now we have another attempt by the EUSSR to do the same thing in a different way,and it is the economic way.
    We have been pushed down this path compliments of governments who frankly could’nt give jack shit as to wether they consulted us on this matter.
    Methinks it it now long overdue that we as a national state said enough is enough,you lot have been selling us down the river,it has got to stop right now,we have had enough of your lies.

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  40. 117
    Portsmouth City Council is the most corrupt Local Authority in the world says:

    Robert Mugabe, and I am proud of them.

    http://www.po12bg.com/

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    • 120
      CEO SOLACE (Society of Local Authority Chief Executives). says:

      There is no corruption here. This is how it doesn’t work. We put candidates forwards to councils for senior officer’s positions and recommend outrageous salaries, we charge the councils £20K a time for this. Corrupt politicians accept the pay recommendations and the grateful officers then let them get on with their corrupt business without interference, because they don’t want to lose their outrageous pay and linked pensions. Simples; and you are all paying for it.

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      • 123
        CEO LGA (Local Government Association) says:

        Well said SOLACE. We represent all Local Authorities interests and they pay our salaries with council taxpayer’s money. My salary is in excess of £300,000 a year. Mugs!

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  41. 118
    Local Government Ombudsman says:

    I can assure you that there are no corruppt Local Authorities in the UK. I am their Regulator.

    http://www.ombudsmanwatch.org/index.html

    and

    http://www.psow.co.uk/

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    • 127
      Lord Hannington says:

      Local Government is so corrupt for the very reason that you are not doing your job properly and constantly covering up for it. The more you continue to ‘cover up,’ the more corrupt it becomes; and it can’t get much more corrupt, becuase the cover ups have been gioing on for years.

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      • 128
        Local Government is most corrupt Institution in this country by far says:

        Eric Pickles has been the Minister for local government for over a year and he has done fuck all about the blatant corruption in it, that is costing us all more than we can afford.

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  42. 121
    Anonymous LibDem MP, Spy and Pervert from Portsmouth. says:

    I can state categorically that I am not a threat to national security.

    http://www.muscularliberal.com/stories/mike-hancock-mp-threat-national-security

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My TV screen was that window at lunch-time today.

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