September 16th, 2011

The Huhnt For Yellow October

The Crown Prosecution Service have told the BBC that the Huhne case is “still under consideration” and that no announcement will be made on whether he will be charged before October. After some speculation that Huhne was getting complacent this should put him back in his box just in time for conference. Incidentally Andrew Rawnsley is sitting down with Huhne for 90 minutes at the LibDem Conference next week and wants to hear from you:

“You may want to see him talk about global warming. Or you may have a question about the future of the coalition. Or you may have other points that you’d like to put to one of the most prominent Lib Dem members of the cabinet. What’s your question for Chris Huhne? It can be about his past, the present or the future. It can be about policy, philosophy, power play or personality. Anything at all. You have the microphone.”

Guido is happy to compile your suggestions and send them over…


139 Comments

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

    Guido, the longer this drags on the more chance he will get off.

    I think he will get off just like 50% of MPs on expenses.

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    • 3
      STOP THE PRESS says:

      yes I agree – the CPS are hoping we will all die of old age by the time they actually make a decision.

      A question for Chris “have you no shame?”

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      • 47
        Anonymous says:

        There is another one who is accused of paying for kinky sex and drugs. You cannot have two rules. A lot of people will be happy to see Huhne go down with Osborne.

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        • 71
          Marmite says:

          Tell me Anonymong, how many years ago was it? Nearly twenty? What did you say? Oh, I see, you are whiter than white OR you are a Leiber troll….. which is it?

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          • David Laws Lib Dem fiddler says:

            Huhne claimed the UK would be stupid not to join the Euro and single currency (he wrote a paper on it)- would he still have the same view?

            If we followed his advice we would be bankrupt now, does he accept he is clueless and his cock rules his brain?

            Are you glad Clegg is spineless and has done nothing in relation to your position despite his promise to clean up parliament and politics??

            Will the other suspected criminal David Laws get your job if you go??

            Does he think all cars should have governors on them to limit their speed?

            Does he wish speed cameras were never introduced?

            Our energy is 20% more expensive to subsidise private companies to produce fart farms, why should we foot the bill and why has he hidden the cost to let energy companies take the blame?

            He dismissed academics views from Cambridge as rubbish who said energy will cost 30% more in ten years with his current policy. Does he still hold that view?

            When we run out of electric in 2020 by not building nuclear or gas turbine power stations will take full responsibility or will he have another job in Europe by then? Accepting he will be out of prison at the time.

            Why add VAT on top of the subsidy why not before, two bites of the cherry?

            Fart machines have a 25yr life span, why was this not considered in planning permissions to remove them after use?

            Fart machines use more energy to build than they give out in their life span is that correct?

            Carbon foot print to build fart machines is greater than it would save by alternative energy, is that correct?

            Fart machines can not reach capacity because of the unpredictable weather, they are expensive less efficient and will not provide enough electricity for industry or private home, why continue this folly to please EU masters?

            Hetro-sexual girls under 16 should not pet on their first date to reduce teenage pregnancies, does it matter if they are homosexual? Perhaps he could phone a friend.

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          • Anonymous says:

            Marmite, you seems to be a Tory troll, does it matter when the criminal activity took place?

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        • 126
          Perhaps That Should Be says:

          Go down ON Greasy George….

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    • 18
      Rat's arse says:

      Have to agree with you Billy and ‘Stop the press. ‘
      If it was any one of us, our feet wouldn’t touch the ground. That fecker must have sold his soul to the devil.

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    • 51
      Tony Bliar is a complete cunt says:

      Billy you do know 50% of MPs equals over 300 right…..

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      • 57
        Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

        Yeah.

        50% of Mps repaid money without being prosercuted (if i am correct, was some report/inquiry Legg?).

        If they acceptted that it had to be repaid then they should have faced charges, not just the 7/8 tokens we got.

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        • 68
          Tony Bliar is a complete cunt says:

          I read that the MPs that paid the money back have been reimbursed in some way,when it all calmed down……… Who would have thought that would happen……

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          • Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

            They will always look for a way to screw taxpayers.

            that is how corrupt our politics have become (tho they are still well behind EU troughing).

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        • 76
          Archer Karcher says:

          Spot on Billy, by giving back a stolen telly when captured, the thief cannot avoid prosecution. So too should the lying thieves of Westminster not avoid prosecution, by handing back their ill gotten gains.

          The rule of law is for everyone, or it is for none.

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          • David Laws Lib Dem fiddler says:

            False accounting is easy to prove and many of the MPs should be in court.

            Criminal investigations should have preceded any parliamentary internal discipline inquiry- white wash by Legg and investigations by the incompetent Lyons.

            There must have been a policy decision not to prosecute by the govt and police.

            As was shown on the BBC Question Time question, MPs adamant all our pensions should be cut but nothing being done about theirs. they still get RPI inflation FFS. Nothing being considered until 2015. Public Inquiry for pay pension expenses and lobbying please ASAP. Corruption still rife and pervading all corners of Westminster and every decision made.

            Current EU disaster being influenced by Europhants who want a European state. Get out of EU now. Why has Cameron and Osborne let the BoE bail out EU, I thought they claimed they would not support bail outs? Moreover the UK is taking the EU Commission to court to stop them changing the rules to get a slice of the UKs finance markets- why help them, why help them for nothing in return?
            PPE course at Oxbridge needs to be stopped ASAP it produces too many idiots who go into politics.

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  2. 2
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    My Question for Hunt

    Chris, seeing as your climate change policy is based on complete and utter bollocks, how can you justify adding another £300 a year to voters bills?

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    • 53
      Anonymous says:

      £300 is nothing when you look all the other green taxes this government collects.

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    • 88
      Archer Karcher says:

      That’s only for startes Billy.
      Why do you think prices are rising so fast and train fares going through the roof too?

      Sure, part of it is government screwing the economy with inflation, but the rest comes from artificially converting energy into a high cost commodity, via tax and forced subsidy.

      Apparently, ‘caring’ shysters like Huhne couldn’t care less that millions are in energy poverty and millions more will follow because of his stupid actions.

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  3. 4
    you lying huhne says:

    media reports indicate that you have refused to answer questions put to you by the police in the course of their investigations. Is this true? and if so why do you think it proper to remain in public life when you are obstructing a criminal investigation by remaining silent?

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  4. 5
    Honest Taxpayer says:

    Guido

    Well done for keeping this up

    But I fear the CPS is a rotten apple and it has been for so long

    Awlays excuses for not prosecuting

    No accountability

    Still in the hands of barristers and the mates from their Chambers in the Judiciary

    The Bar should be opened up to any lawyers NOW

    It is just another(excessively expensive) restrictive practice living mostly off legal aid, i.e. our taxes…

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    • 65
      The Cabinet Secretary says:

      Well done for keeping this going, Guido but this bastard will not be prosecuted.

      He has bought off his wife and got his progeny to put pressure on her to recant.

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      • 121
        Handycock, No1 Trougher in Parliament says:

        The bottom line is the Police, CPS work for and are paid by the Government. They have a conventional management structure, and promotion to the top positions in these organisations depend on Government selection and approval. Is it any wonder why the CPS and Police are dragging their feet? The Bosses of these Institutions depend on Government patronage for their very survival. If the Government say ‘drag your feet’ that is what will happen. Next the Government will say ‘no charges to answer’ as they did with me and the Mong I sexually molested, and that will be the end of the matter, as it was with me and will be with David Laws. Why do you think so many Labour MP’s have gone to jail when no Tory or LibDem ones have, because that is what the Government wanted. Chris Huhne will get away with it, it has already been fixed. When you bring the power of the Lodge into the equation as well, it is definitely fixed. Boaz.

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        • 127
          Taxpayer says:

          You seem to have become incredibly lucid Handycock, for someone with no education who normally can only put an ungrammatical misspelt sentence together. Are you doing a distance learning O Level English course on your new iPad, bought for you by us taxpayers?

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  5. 6
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Chris

    When you are found guilty of perverting the course of justice willyou then cover all the costs of the investigation out of your own pocket as you have mislead the public and taken resources away from taxpayers?

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    • 10
      The ex Guido Blogg says:

      Why not just rename this the Billy Bowden Bollocks Blog?

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    • 14
      The Bottle Fed Triplet says:

      Mislead the public!!!! Strewth Billy it’s misled !!!

      For Pity’s sake look up the following words.

      A. Lead (as in to show the way or guide)
      B. Lead (as in grey metal that gets stolen from a church roof)
      C. Led (as in past tense and past participle of A above)

      Hedgerkayshun, Hedgerkayshun, Hedgerkayshun!

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      • 123
        reding, riting wotevr says:

        Guido – September 15, 2011 at 5:42 pm – bleethered in a loud fine gale (Pilgrim post)

        “…….case has directly lead to the issue of taxpayer funded union officials, or…….”

        lead? lead???? nnnggggggggggggggggg

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  6. 7
    Raymond Hollowat says:

    Why is he so hooked on wind turbines?
    The evidence as analysed by impartial observers is that they are inefficient.
    Other forms of renewables offer better returns to the economy – solar panels, etc.
    Why is more money not put into tidal & wave technology development? It may not be cost effective at present but until we really fund the technology adequately, we will miss out on the chances of better energy sources.

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    • 13
      Economist says:

      The Germans have just given up on wind turbines (among others)

      We all know they are totazlly uneconomic

      Another expensive fad gobbed by ignorant politicians who want “green publicity”

      And few are talking about real major source of cheaper energy – Geo thermal…

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    • 24
      Rat's arse says:

      Hasn’t Huhne got shares in a Company that has something to do with wind turbines?

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      • 101
        Archer Karcher says:

        I don’t know if he has shares, he is too cunning to be directly linked at this stage I am sure. Look out for seats on the grateful boards of the big wind players, once his time as energy secretary is up.

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      • 131
        Info Services Ltd says:

        Ask Mrs Cameron’s dad. He might know.

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  7. 8
    Afghanistan Banana Stand says:

    “…..Or you may have other points that you’d like to put to one of the most prominent Lib Dem members of the cabinet.”

    Oh, the irony.

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

    Chris.

    Do you admire the new media and how it holds politicons to account like Guido Fawkes?

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  9. 11
    Lord Lavender et al. says:

    Have you, Mr Starmer and Mr MacShane ever played golf together?

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  10. 12
    PK says:

    Given one of you is guilty of perverting the course of justice, who will be visiting whom ?

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  11. 15
    lol! says:

    The Metropolitan police are seeking a court order under the Official Secrets Act to make Guardian reporters disclose their confidential sources about the phone-hacking scandal.

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/media/2011/sep/16/phone-hacking-met-court-order

    Comment Isn’t Free on the story…

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    • 19
      Salvador Dali says:

      Does this mean that one arm of the Met is trying to find out what another arm of the Met leaked ?

      It is all becoming quite surreal…

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      • 66
        Nemo says:

        I thought the Met. had a group of people called detectives, or is it a case of,” can you tell me who did it”

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    • 67
      MrAngry61 says:

      Tom Watson, the former Labour minister who has been prominent in exposing hacking by the News of the World, said: “It is an outrageous abuse and completely unacceptable that, having failed to investigate serious wrongdoing at the News of the World for more than a decade, the police should now be trying to move against the Guardian

      Twatson’s only interested in trying to crucify NI – the Graun can do no wrong, it seems….

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  12. 17
    Vanessa Redgrave says:

    Huhne is innocent!

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  13. 20
    Dan says:

    Chris Huhne will be reviled by future historians as one of the architects of the lie that is global warming & the subsequent curtailment of freedom & unjustified new “watermelon” taxes.

    Then again he is in Dave Camerons cabinet – doing Dave Camerons bidding.

    Some Tory that bloke turned out to be.

    Vote UKIP – wipe the smug smile off Tripoli Daves face – lets pack him off to his cushy EU job at the earliest opportunity so we can rebuild the Conservative Party after the coming mother of all defeats.

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    • 27
      Jack says:

      No

      BP should look after Cameroon whan he is removed

      He didn’t Hug the Hoodie Putin for nothing you know…

      And there is precedent

      Anji, the better half of fatty Blairite Boulton, and Moral Collapse Blair’s “gatekeeper” got a very highly paid job at BP on leaving no 10

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      • 120
        Jobs for ex-PMs says:

        Anybody that gets to be Prime Minister usually gets some top job somewhere and/or peerage eventually, highly paid speaking tours,book deals/ lots of lucrative Directorships/Advisory Roles sometimes etc although this is not always the case of course as I can think of one recent exception to this rule but HE was a pretty unique case of course

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    • 74
      Nemo says:

      Well you see Dave has to raise more taxes in such a way that some else will get the blame, you don’t think all that carbon tax will be used in making the environment any better, the Huhne is the ideal chap for that.

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      • 84
        AC1 says:

        You just have to look at the pristine Eastern European countryside to know that bureaucrat controlled economies are synonymous with low-pollution.

        /sarcasm

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      • 109
        Archer Karcher says:

        If you understand carbon dioxide and it’s vital part with relation to all life on earth and the amount generated by nature and mankind, you would understand instantly, what a crock of garbage AGW is.

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  14. 23
    MrAngry61 says:

    What’s your question for Chris Huhne?

    “Why have you reduced energy security, increased future energy costs and maintained the Labour £100-£200billion commitment to building windmills rather than simply replacing the country’s existing thermal power stations?”

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  15. 25
    Stan Butler says:

    Chris. Wind turbines are at best 23% efficient and generally when the wind is blowing the weather is mild. This means that that they rarely operate at anything approaching the capacity often claimed by wind farm proponents and when they do operate, they generate electricity when it is not needed. Also, in order to support the intermittency of wind turbines, nuclear and fossil fuel power stations need to be on hot standby in order to be ramped up when the wind drops.
    When are you going to realise that what is needed are more nuclear and more fossil fuel stations, that existing stations need refurbishing and that wind power is a huge white elephant that will not provide enough power to support the UK regardless of how many we blight the countryside and the coast with and however much subsidy the poor people of the UK have to stump up?

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  16. 26
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Chris

    Do you think you are above the Law?

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  17. 29
    Gooey Blob says:

    Mr Huhne,

    Forgetting for a moment the arguments over the case that is currently with the CPS, I understand you had already racked up a number of points in separate incidents. Therefore, given that many people in this country are struggling to meet the cost of fuel due largely to taxation, are you aware that excessive speeding is a waste of petrol, is bad for the environment, and represents unacceptable conduct for an environment minister?

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  18. 30
    Jimmy says:

    “Or you may have other points that you’d like to put”

    Bad boy Rawnsley.

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  19. 31
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Chris

    How do you feel about your surname being used to descride the word “C-unt” on Order order?

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  20. 33
    Ewanme says:

    *Thinks*

    My question for Chris would be, “Woz you drivin , darlin ??”

    E x .

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  21. 34
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Chris

    When was the last time you submitted an honest expenses form?

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  22. 35
    Fiddlesticks says:

    Mr Huhne, whose the ‘man’ in your relationship with the other woman?

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  23. 39
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Chris

    Who is the better looking man, Your “Wife” or H@rry C0le?

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  24. 42
    For what it's worth says:

    Mr Huhne: when are you going to apologise to Eastleigh voters for lying to them when you campaigned on “family values”?

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  25. 50
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Chris

    How confident do you feel when to only person backing you is Mark pack?

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  26. 52
    What a plonker. says:

    Why are you still perpetuating the global warming lie.

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  27. 54
    Mrs Merton says:

    Mr Huhne, what was it that first attracted you to the euro?

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  28. 55
    Marmite says:

    My question for Chris Whatsisface…

    When are you going to do the decent thing and die?

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    • 69
      Chris Hulne MP says:

      With rising global temperatures and the subsequent negative impact on agriculture and so on, we will all die in approximately six years.

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  29. 64
    Dave Cam and his Jolly Spiffing Wind Farm scam says:

    My dashed question is, when am I going to see you jolly well full time back at work building windmills? There’s corn to grind you know!

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  30. 72
    Backwoodsman says:

    Chris, who is the most deeply unpleasant individual, yourself or simon hughes ? Discuss.

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    • 114
      Archer Karcher says:

      That’s hardly a fair question. One is a repellent, lying, self obsessed, charmless rodent. The other is far, far, worse.

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  31. 73
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Chris

    how does it feel to be as despised as Ed Balls?

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  32. 75
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Hunt tunes.

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  33. 78
    Terrible But True says:

    ‘Incidentally Andrew Rawnsley is sitting down with Huhne for 90 minutes at the LibDem Conference next week and wants to hear from you’

    Mr. Huhne, I understand that, out of all of Parliament, only a few individuals have any actual science qualifications.

    I’d be interested therefore in who, precisely, came up with the figures that lead to the current energy policy and what made them convincing enough to approve considering you are committing the UK public to costs over vast periods for ‘solutions’ that cannot be sustained or seem to have any chance of working, and seem only of benefit to, well, you, and a few colleagues currently enjoying the ‘trust’ of the nation along with the keys to your own personal cookie jar.

    Maybe it’s due to the grasp of basic science and number crunching that has lead to such as this lastest distraction from the country’s favourite Punt&Run dept.?:

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-14936184

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  34. 79
    The Editor of the FT says:

    I want to tax your all from behind my paywall

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    • 83
      Honest Citizen says:

      You are another fucking journalistic disgrace

      But I suppose that since all your banking advertisers are collapsing you have to clutch at straws

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  35. 81
    Rat's arse says:

    Chris, why did you not join the Monster Raving Loony Party? Seems more fitting some how.

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  36. 85
    Mexican General Clegg says:

    Please lay off my friend Chris

    At least he does not wear sandals

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    • 94
      £1 million per year public relations gangster says:

      The question is

      Does he wear Y fronts ?

      Surely that would be even worse for your brand image

      Or perhaps not now that I think about it

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  37. 89
    Ah! Monika says:

    Chris, How did you inform yourself before arriving at your Global Warming stance.

    Can you list 3 papers that you read ‘For’ and 3 for Against.

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  38. 95
    Ah! Monika says:

    Chris. Perhaps you would like to tell the truth just once before you die.

    You don’t really believe in man-made global warming, do you?

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  39. 97
    50 Calibre says:

    17.4% of all the posts on this item are by Billy F Bowden. Time he got his own blog…

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  40. 98
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Chris

    Who is your favorite crew member/presenter from Socceram?

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  41. 107
    Slippery eel says:

    Chris, energy consumers are being asked to stump up £200 billion to pay for new capacityand infrastructure. Please confirm that consumers themselves will own the assets that they are paying for.

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  42. 108
    Old Blue Eyes says:

    Question for Chris Huhne.
    Assuming your not still in prison, what are your plans for after you lose your seat at the next general election.

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    • 119
      How about this ? says:

      How about EU Commissioner ? I hear the money and perks are pretty good and a peerage goes with it too…can’t be bad !!

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  43. 110
    Mr Big of Parkhurst says:

    Christopher, I’ve won the lottery to go first. Do you like tea or coffee in the morning?

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  44. 115
    Albert Hall says:

    This is typical plod behaviour, wait till the last minute then slam in the notice of intended prosecution just when you think you’ve got away with it.

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  45. 117
    Stephen P says:

    Did anyone at the BBC ask the CPS what on earth they could need more time for?

    Or if there was any other reason for delay – eg requested by the politicos to defer until after the conferences?

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    • 118
      Nuthin' to see here.. says:

      This case will be dropped by the CPS…the delay is them thinking of how best to phrase the reason for not proceeding now let me guess “Not in the Public Interest” as Huhne is a serving Minister ,,,,,Huhne will not resign…Cameron can’t sack any LibDem Minister or replace/re-shuffle unless Clegg approves it and certain Ministeries were agreed to be LibDem ones in May 2010(Cos’ it’s in the Coaltion Agreement…why do you think Cable is still in post ?) and Clegg won’t want Huhne on the backbenches fomenting unrest against his leadership….so I guess Chris wwill continue for some time yet as both a MP and Minister

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      • 122
        Voice of Reason says:

        I think you are spot on. The CPS is a disgusting body that weedles out of making decisions when told to by those on high (Cameron more than likely). The CPS is not fair in law and never has been.

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  46. 124
    hmmmm says:

    My question

    would you p;ease say that you were driving my car a week last wednesday in Milton Keynes.

    Thanks

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  47. 128
    An Impartial Observer says:

    OK Mr F, you want a serious question for the Huhne?

    Here’s two

    Why would your wife have driven within a mile of Liverpool Street Station & likely directly past Tottenham Hale Station to head all the way up the M11 to Stansted Airport when the Stanstead Shuttle would have deposited you at either after a journey time of little more than half an hour?

    Who gave Clegg a lift that night?

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    • 134
      Stephen P says:

      Good question. But who to answer it. It is for the prosecution to prove their case. The accused need not speak.

      Writing this has made me think of a possible explanation for delay. To be confident of convicting Huhne they probably need his evil shrew of a wife to go Queen’s evidence. There are probably negotiations of the terms for her doing this, as she will hold out for no charge. But how can that possibly be justified?

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  48. 129
    TGF UKIP says:

    Ifit is proving so difficult to decide whether a conviction can be secured then all the more reason for the decision to be left to a jury.

    As far as questions via Rawnsley, he should be asked to give International Energy Agency figures for comparative energy costs. If he doesn’t reply thus, he’s lying -, coal cheapest (by a distance) followed by gas then some way distant, nuclear, and then by an even greater distance comes wind.

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  49. 133
    Cole Porter (you hum it) says:

    Funny how rioters and looters can be in the dock and banged to rights for the most minor of offences virtually overnight after the offence, yet here we have a out and out crook (and dick head) obviously guilty, the plod scampering on behind still scratching their poor old fuzzy heads clearly utterly clueless about joining the dots months after the offence.

    No wonder the police, judiciary and politicians are considered unsafe by the electorate.

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  50. 136
    Hugh Brayne says:

    Huhne’s entire family should be evicted from their home, and any state pension scroungers or wheelchair spongers found among them should be immediately detained for Enhanced Community Payback.

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  51. 137
    Queen Charlotte says:

    Could Mr Rawnsley please ask Mr Huhne why people who bought their one and only house when they were earning at their peak, with money that had been fully taxed at the time at a very high rate, and have been living in it ever since, should now be taxed all over again when they are much worse off or in old age, just because of a notional rise in values? We didn’t ask for the population to be increased by half a million a year, nor did we ask for double mortgage tax relief and housing benefit to inflate the notional prices. It was a great struggle to get the houses in the first place, and the owners shouldn’t be driven out of them in old age by Liberal millionaires with more than one home trying to ingratiate themselves with Polly Toynbee and co.

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  52. 139
    Ruth Kelly's plaything says:

    Question for Huehne:-

    Despite the below-average temperatures last winter and this summer I believe that global warming may be taking place. I don’t believe that the case for it being man-made is conclusive; the climate has always been in constant flux and the proponents of anthropocentric climate-change have been discredited. So why should I be compelled to contribute huge sums to the development of useless and ugly windfarms (etc) via your proposed environmental taxes?

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