September 7th, 2011

Tories Come After Labour Leaker

Last week Guido outed Labour’s mole in the Department of Education who was leaking to his old boss Ed Balls. Well the Tories are coming after Matt Gillespie, who now spins for John Denham the Shadow Business Secretary. Backbencher Chris Skidmore is flying a kite a little writing to Sir David Bell, the DofE Permanent Secretary, but it’s awkward none the less:

He’s also going after Denham’s office:

You never know what might fall out of the tree. A protege of Ed Balls and his Muttley like SpAd Alex Belardinelli, who knows what else Gillespie was up to…


  1. 1
    BringBackGordonBrownAsPM says:

    He was just trying to expose this right wing governmet for what they are.


    • 3
      Fake Blood says:

      He is dishonourable and a disgrace to his position, like all bone idle lefties.


    • 4
      Senator Bloodn' Gore, says:

      A centre left/centre right – wing coalition? Doh…..Lefties are soooooo dumb.


      • 8
        David Laws Lib Dem fiddler says:

        Blair was a good con man.


        • 107
          Pickled Wizard says:

          No, Blair was, and is a conniving, money grubbing, mendacious piece of sh*t con man. If he had been good, he would have got clean away, but now, he is finally being found out, and everyone knows where his property is.

          Another tricky dicky…?


    • 12
      It's life Jim, but not as we know it says:

      Why do all socialists think that the rules don’t apply to them?

      Let alone “spirit” or “convention”, or even the law.

      Because they think they are right, and everyone else is wrong, why let little things like that get in the way of their moral crusade to regulate and micro-manage everyone’s lives.


      • 22
        BringBackGordonBrownAsPM says:

        The government has all the infomation and facts, so it is therefore best placed to make the right choice for you.


    • 21
      BringBackHangingforGordonBrownexPM says:

      You’re also exposing yourself for what you are – a Deficit Denier and a total tosspot.


    • 122
      No Longer subject to Beebs extortion Tax says:

      Now pay attention you lot & try not to laugh……this link is to the Beebs own website regarding the subject of Biased reporting @ BBC……….

      (Cue “Shock…Horror….Agast & Flabbergasted” re-actions that such a thing could have been discovered @ our beloved BBC….what is the world coming to……..)

      Relates to the matter being raised in the House of Urine today by Tory MP
      David Amess……………….

      Still think Pigs will fly first before there is any real change @ Biased Broadcasting Company aka BBC

      BTW its really all Thatchers fault & of course the Dirty Digger as well…….
      oops sorry reading the BBC script as supplied by inhouse crap merchant The Guardian………Don’t worry Kevin Maquire will soon be on to this & put this matter to bed…….


  2. 2
    Sir Stuart Bell MP says:

    My constituents are very happy and I don’t have short term memory loss.


    • 39
      Anonymous says:

      How is it these political fundamentalists can break the civil service code with gay abandon when they are left wing yet if they were right wing they would be sacked. Indeed simply wearing a cross round ones neck is sufficient to lose yourjob these days !


  3. 6
    Jimmy says:

    How is young Galley doing these days?

    Shame it didn’t work out with you two.


  4. 10
    BringBackGordonBrownAsPM says:

    For every year that this right wing government is in power it will take Labour 4 years of investment to undo the damage.


  5. 11
    lusakajoe says:

    Surely Guido means protege not prodigy?


  6. 14
    I've really stopped caring says:

    Well I never an ex uncivil servant being uncivil, so no change then.


  7. 18
    Gordon Brown says:

    I answer all my calls, that Sarah woman gave me a new bright yellow phone with wheels on it and buttons that light up when I press them, but I havn’t got a plug yet, nurse says they are dangerious.

    Have I got the right thread?


  8. 20
    Hellboy says:

    What cry babies the Tories are. It’s fair game and they did and do the same. This will get nowhere and deservedly so.


    • 23
      BringBackHangingforGordonBrownexPM says:

      In English, please ??


    • 25
      imnumbervi says:

      Yes, I remember that pant pisser Brown saying all leaking was fair when he was in opposition but :


      • 35
        BringBackHangingforGordonBrownexPM says:

        HAHAHAHA !! “MPs have got to be allowed to get on with their jobs”

        When was the last time the Maximum Imbecile himself did a days work as an MP ?


      • 126
        MrAngry61 says:

        “Look, there’s going to be a time when – all of these things are going to be, erm, investigated and reviewed after the Police finish their work, and MPs of course have got to be allowed to get on with their jobs, but no MP is above the law, and there has got to be operational independence for the Police – the Police have got to get on with their jobs without interference from the politicians”

        Brown’s lies and hypocrisy are astounding.


  9. 26
    Polly Toynbee says:

    Comrade Matt is no mole. Save your wrath for the abominartions and harrassments by the Murdoch/Mail press.


  10. 29
    I don't need no doctor says:

    Ed Miliband personally rang Stuart Bell, and rang, and rang, and rang, and rang, and rang, and rang, and rang………………… Ed your battery is flat.


  11. 33
    Sir William Waad says:

    Leaky Mole poked his little furry nose out of his hole and twitched his whiskers. “Oh dear!” he sighed. “I smell Crossness in the air! Help!” Just at that moment, Skidmark the Buzzard swooped down. He wanted to eat Leaky Mole for breakfast! Leaky Mole dived back into his hole. He was only just in time! As he shivered in his mole hole he thought “I’d better go and see Denham the Wise Weasel. He’ll know what to do.”

    So off he hopped…..


    • 41

      I thought Leaky Mole had copped it in Whitehall – splat – or is this a flashback?


    • 44
      annette curton says:

      Meanwhile gruff old Badger is just settling down for his 10 month siesta in his hole under the tree stumps in the Wild Wood when he hears the door bell chime, “well bless my soul its Ratty” he exclaims, “come in, come in and warm yourself against my bacon rashers”… to be continued.


    • 110
      Johhan Sebastian Hari says:

      Leaky Mole poked his little furry nose out of his hole and twitched his whiskers. “Oh dear Johhan”he sighed. “I smell Crossness in the air! Can you Help me !” Just at that moment, before I could reply, Skidmark the Buzzard swooped down just missing my head.He wanted to eat Leaky Mole for breakfast! Leaky Mole dived back into his hole. He was only just in time! Later as we shivered together in his mole hole he said to me “I’d better go and see Denham the Wise Weasel. He’ll know what to do.”

      So off we hopped…..


  12. 37
    Anonymous says:

    Civil Service Code of Conduct, I believe became legally binding as of October 2010.


  13. 38
    BringBackGordonBrownAsPM says:

    So how many of you will vote for the Labour party now?


    • 40
      AC1 says:

      Cardinal value less than 1


      • 42
        BringBackGordonBrownAsPM says:

        If you help elect a Labour government it will change your life.


        • 43
          Fake Blood says:

          I will not vote Labour. They would change my life, for the worse.


          • BringBackGordonBrownAsPM says:

            Only if you are a banker.


          • BringBackHangingforGordonBrownexPM says:

            It would change everyone’s life as deficits rocketed – again – and long term interest rates soared in response. Oh yes, everyone’s life would change allright !!!!


          • Fake Blood says:

            No, I’m not a banker. It says much for you that you think a Labour government would hurt bankers when it was the express policy of Gordon Brown to reduce bank regulation so that banks would pay ever-increasing amounts of corporation tax to fund his mad experiments. Check his speeches.


          • BringBackGordonBrownAsPM says:

            That was Tory Blairs policy not Gordons.


          • AC1 says:

            >Gordon Brown to reduce bank regulation so that banks would pay ever-increasing amounts of corporation tax to fund his mad experiments.

            Not just that… He also got VAT on everything spent with the regulatory increased credit.


        • 47
          Oh go play on the railway line says:

          We had 13 years of our lives being “changed” never again ,the fkin damage you lot have caused are worse than Maggies sell off’s at least they went to pay Wilson’s and the other lunatics debts.


        • 55
          c.eng says:

          Too bloody true. It changed the nation’s life into a state of penury.


    • 51
      not a machine says:

      Not until they kiss my paw and resign as larry might purrrr


  14. 46
    not a machine says:

    A rather new ed at PMQs , he slowly rose on his tributes , peering above the parrapet , oh dear Dave still had loaded cannon for him , none the less a new approach being developed by the opposition .Ed balls on Adam Bolton was a bit of a slippery affair , as we have become accoustomed to with Ed , the speed of his evasions is quite deceptive as it makes him look as though his spin its of the utmost urgency , I liked the bit when Adam asked if he would cut child maintence …… Nurse Dorries even made Nick Clegg laugh , and Daves response to Huw Anchara Davies was pure skill.

    The health bill was quite interesting , and got quite legal and Mr Lansleys team were much more confident this time , I think I understand his ideas a little better now and can see why the changes may do some good , i have just heard one story in a labour constituancey that is utterly toe curling and fraudulent in how it currently works , I wonder perhaps if the brand hasnt been adrift from reality for some time in some aspects under labour , so over time it will be interesting if he can develope the service much better under a British run and owned model ,despite its political complexity , and ensure labour come to regret some of the moral sapping poison they have put out.

    I dont know about the 50p tax rate if it will encourage high street improvement , I have other thoughts on the situation but that relies on waiting until after christmas .


    • 109
      50p and all the rest (NI, VAT) says:

      Some left-wing tart on the BBC last week was whining on that it’s wrong that the rich pay the same tax as the poor.

      Obviously Labour must have taken “percentages” off the maths curriculum


  15. 48
    Alex says:

    Shouldn’t be employed in politics in any way shape or form after such actions, in either a party political context, or an apolitical role such as the civil service.


  16. 53
    b34 says:

    More like a BACKBENDER
    The man has a head of a queer
    You can always spot them


  17. 56
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    David Cameron could face a new sexism row after saying Ms Dorries was “extremely frustrated” during PMQs today. The Tory backbencher had questioned the influence of Lib Dems over Government policy and urged the Prime Minister to tell Nick Clegg “who is boss”. In response, the Prime Minister said: “I know the Honourable Lady is extremely frustrated about”, then paused as laughs engulfed the Chamber, before adding: “I am going to give up on this one.”

    Guido Fawkes told Left Foot Forward:”It’s calm down dear all over again. The PM’s personal attitude [to women] is deeply questionable


    • 59
      In Gold we trust. says:

      The PM’s attitude to most things is deeply questionable.

      He’s just Bliar without a guitar.


      • 61
        BringBackGordonBrownAsPM says:

        Cameon is worse than Hitler.


        • 69
          BringBackHangingforGordonBrownexPM says:

          Wasn’t Hitler a socialist ?


        • 75
          Fake Blood says:

          Juvenile nonsense. You are a very silly individual, as well as being ignorant to boot.


          • BringBackGordonBrownAsPM says:

            No, Cameron is attacking the sick, disabled and poor. Some people might die as a result.


          • BringBackHangingforGordonBrownexPM says:

            Everyone’s gonna die, you pillock.


          • Billy's dirty arse says:

            Fuck off Billy


          • stilyagi_air_corps says:

            Juvenile political satire at its most crap, or unmedicated mental illness – You Decide!

            Rather like the last Labour government, really.

            Oh, if you’re actually serious, just one question, from Crass: How does it feel to be the mother of ten thousand dead? I had to up the numbers, because I didn’t know whether to start counting in mid-Staffs or Iraq.


          • stilyagi_air_corps says:

            Whoops, sorry Fakeblood – I was aiming for the Brownshirt.


        • 77
          Sarky says:

          Could Hitler play a bit then?


          • Grumpy Old Man says:

            Yeah. ” Stairway to Heaven”, By the Schicklegrubers, was played in every death camp in Adolf’s socialist paradise.


          • Pretty Polly says:

            ‘No, Cameron is attacking the sick, disabled and poor. Some people might die as a result.’

            Like those 1200 people at Stafford Hospital where there is a public enquiry taking place that no fucker is taking any notice of?

            Yesterday the odius Andy Burnham took the stand and in true Labour tradition explained that none of this had anything to do with him or his party.

            He was asked why he gave these killers ‘foundation status’ on the basis of 4 lines of information that he had been given. But of course he was only ‘following guidelines’ So hypocritical Andy set himself a different level of scrutiny than Labour expects from James Murdoch when it comes to ‘signing things off’. What was that about ‘wilful blindness’, Andy?

            Oh! and of course, Burnham denies claims that he was made aware of a range of problems at the trust

            And as for the deaths? This started in Stafford, he says. It was down to the Trust, the hospital managers, the medical staff. Of course it had nothing whatsoever to do with Labour’s target driven micro management culture.

            And then, outrageously, Burnam claims that he was ‘amazed’ that there was not more noise from the community about what was going on up there. But of course, the good people of Stafford are fair game now, in the same way as NI, they having also turned their back on Labour and voted Tory at the last GE.

            So there you have it according to Burman (and by Ben Bradshaw today) it follows that the people of Stafford got what they deserved. It was their fault.

            What scumbags these people are. They must account for their negligence and for their slur on ordinary people who were frightened of making complaints against the machine.

            And to all of those wreckers, those deniers (another Labour trait) who would frustrate the reforms that are necessary, look no further than Stafford to see why the NHS must change.

            For the life of me I do not understand why the media, the twiterati et al are largely silent on the enquiry into this outrage.


      • 67
        East India Company wallah says:

        Thank God theres no guitar


    • 62
      nell says:

      I think we should consign hattieharpic and labour’s extreme political correctness to the dustbin where it belongs.

      If ms dorries can’t take a joke in good spirit then she shouldn’t be in politics.


    • 66

      Oh Fuck Off. The real Billy is bad enough. You are just a wank stain.


    • 91
      EdButLookBalls says:

      DC said ‘and I am going to give her one!’


  18. 58
    In Gold we trust. says:

    All this stuff about who leaks to who. Do we care, we know they’re all incompetent and corrupt, especially the deficit deniers.

    What about the things that matter like the Guv’nor starting up the printing press again = Plan A + Plan A + +.

    Why else would they withdraw Index Linked Bonds again.


    • 130
      MrAngry61 says:

      Who would buy index linked Nat Savings bonds? HMG ‘decide’ the inflation rate, so manipulate the real rate of return down.


      • 134
        Harrow Barrowboy says:

        One hears that most of the BoE staff pension fund is loaded with these bits of paper. Does that answer your question?


  19. 63
    nell says:

    Why would anyone want to leak anything to balls he’s a politician on his last political legs most likely finished at the next election?

    Not exactly a rising star onto which one could hitch one’s waggon is he?


    • 65
      Sarky says:

      Apparently he told Balls the Tory’s are cutting too fast too quickly


      • 106
        nell says:

        ‘Too fast too far ‘

        poor old militwit and bullyballs a four word sentence is about all they can manage.

        no wonder labour left a failed educational system that doesn’t even turn out people who can read and writte.


  20. 73
    Starvin Marvin says:

    Well what did you expect?

    JAKARTA (Reuters) – Seven dogs starved of food and water for two weeks are suspected of eating their Indonesian owner after he returned to his hometown in Manado from a holiday, local media reported Tuesday.

    “We suspect that the dogs were hungry, so they attacked Andre, because they had not been fed for 14 days.”


  21. 89
    nell says:

    I see the HoL has voted through the NHS bill to decentralise control of nhs budgets to the local level which means the bill moves on to the Lords.

    Surprise surprise militwit’s says labour’s next big project is to make sure the billl gets wrecked in the Lords.

    militwit’s is more concerned with negatively wrecking things, just like his predecessor and his bagman balls , that he is with positive things like forming useful policies.


  22. 92
    BringBackGordonBrownAsPM says:

    First and last – on my first day on this blog :)


    • 94
      • 99
        Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

        did you gues or did you see my confesson at the top


        • 115

          Oh for Christ’s sake! I did not see your comment at the top before I posted what I did, but I did read it afterwards and actually doubted that it was you. One thing the trolls can’t do well here is imitate what might pass for style. I simply looked at the comment which had just come up because I had posted something elsewhere and I knew that it was you. Call it fingerprints, footprints, whatever you like. I was in the boy scouts and was trained to observe from an early age. I then went into banking/finance where you have to develop intuitive and forensic skills. Sometimes, even these let you down – but most of the time the hunches are right.


          • Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

            didnt now you was in banking/finace – you must be prety smart unless you are just a clarke in a bank or somethink lick that

            but i see you ticker the notify me of new posts via email box aswell


          • Not so convincing this time, you have overdone Billy’s bad spelling, but I will answer anyway. I was a clerk – to start with. I was on the bottom rung. It took 17 years to get to the other end and then another five to get the top job. When I got there, I enjoyed it but after a while, I said to myself, “So what?” When the pressure came to do stupid deals, I walked out as I said it would all go wrong and I would have nothing to do with it. It did go wrong, as everyone found out.

            Whether that makes me smart or not is not really a matter that concerns me.


    • 97
      BringBackHangingforGordonBrownexPM says:

      If that was you Billy, naff off.


    • 101
      nell says:

      ‘Night Bill.

      Prefer you as BillyBowden though – he’s a cricketer and as such a gentleman .

      gordon brown ? he’s of less value than some dog mess that you might pick up on your shoe in the park.

      If you want a change why don’t you choose a moniker for one of our British Greats – Isambard Kingdom Brunel, or George Stephenson or Francis Drake perhaps?!


      • 116

        ‘Tis but thy name that is my enemy;
        Thou art thyself, though not a Montague.
        What’s Montague? it is nor hand, nor foot,
        Nor arm, nor face, nor any other part
        Belonging to a man. O, be some other name!
        What’s in a name? that which we call a rose
        By any other name would smell as sweet


      • 117
        Saffron says:

        You are wasting your time on the British greats and there are many,many more of them.
        They don’t even teach our kids about British greats anymore,due to leftie failed communisto types who infest our broken society.
        We really do need to rid ourselves of this cancer in our midst,which has been gnawing away at our traditional values.
        Tonight I watched and listened to a joker on the British Bonkers Corporation pro liebour site,giving her considered views on the merits of the issue of the 50% tax.
        Just what qualifies a cue reader to pontificate about this?.
        She was completely and utterly out of her depth,to me the Beeboids need to realise what reallity is all about instead of pursuing their anti government agenda.
        Nell,there is one man who above all others had the measure of the government of his day,and who you will of guessed and it was CROMWELL,despite all his faults,he provided us with the bastardised form of so called democracy we have today.


        • 118
          nell says:

          No he didn’t!!

          cromwell was no better than gaddafi. all out for himself.

          As for our Greats. Some of us are still teaching them to our young nells!


  23. 95
    Larry the Cat says:

    Masy’s worn me out. I can’t do another all nighter.


  24. 108
    Ewanme says:

    Yeah . Na night guys x .

    I’s all commented out .

    2mrw may be another day .

    E x .


  25. 123
    rob says:

    i like your website, but please stop being so one sided it is getting stupid now at least fox news pretends to be fair and balanced!!! come on you could and should be better than this!!!!!!!!


  26. 124

    Today I did a wee skidmark in my underpants and Sara got very angry.

    Err No more boom and bust.


  27. 125
  28. 131
    Actuallyleaking says:

    A Dear John and a Sir David, who evidently both require assistance from TENA.


  29. 132
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    You are all a bunch of boring toasted! And I have not had a drop to drink.


  30. 137
    Olly Grender says:

    Poached eggs are healthier than fried.


  31. 138
    Useless Twat watch says:

    So, who is the most useless MP, Sir Stuart or Gordon?


  32. 139
    squds says:

    by nature all politicians, heads of state, dictators, newspaper journalists etc are left wing authoritarian

    all derive their income from the actions of others


  33. 141
    Anonymous says:

    Opposite line than you took on Christopher Galley. Disappointing.


    • 143
      Sandalista says:

      When the police, egged on by Ministers, start arresting MPs and raiding their homes & offices we may then be in similar territory.


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