October 14th, 2011

Meet Liam Fox For Cash

This arrived in Guido’s inbox at 12.48. It will no longer cost you a £10,000 retainer with a lobbying firm for some face-time with Liam:

Hammersmith Conservative Association Annual Dinner – Tuesday 29th November

All of our members will also receive an invitation in the post, but can I take this opportunity to formally invite you all to our Hammersmith Conservative Association Annual Dinner for 2011.

· We have great pleasure in announcing that the Rt Hon Dr Liam Fox MP, Secretary of State for Defence will be our speaker. I am sure he will be a lively and fascinating speaker.

· The dinner will be at Jamie’s Italian, Ariel Way – a fabulous location with excellent food.

· Tickets: £65. Dress: lounge suit.

Cheques made payable to Mr. A. Werritty?


  1. 1
    genghiz the kahn says:

    Liam Fox Up.


    Liam Fox Off.


    • 3
      jgm2 says:

      Billy’s not going to like that. You’re sitting in his seat.


      • 5
        Billy Blowhard says:

        I prefer sitting on the host’s ‘seat’.


        • 137
          David Laws Lib Dem fiddler says:

          I thought the lying fcker said the claims were baseless last week???

          Having said that, David Laws actions were equally as bad and he has not been referred to the police for investigation for 18 months. Hancocke is not going to be investigated by Lyons at all!!!! When is Clegg and Cameron going to instil some integrity in the corrupt House of Westminster????????


          • Handycock (Teen Fondler) says:

            I am not being investigated because the Parliamentary Standards Commissioner does not have the powers to do so. Here is the proof and aren’t I incredibly handsome, no wonder the young girls go for me big time. Jahbulon.



          • Aunt Mat says:

            I could never understand why the Lib-Dems were so keen to enter into a coalition with the Tories.

            It always seemed that their policies were so very opposite.

            It is because for many years they have been on the sidelines, watching hungrily as the gravy was being doled out to those in power.

            Their misfortune is that they have come to power during a period of gravy rationing.

            Still, a few drops is better than nothing!

            They are all in this together.


          • Aunt Mat says:

            Here is how you work it.

            You “embed” an agent in a ministry of state.
            As close as possible to a cabinet minister.

            They report to you.
            They tell you of any contracts that are going to be awarded.

            You buy shares in the company before the decision is announced.

            You can hedge the deal if you want to remain anonymous.

            See Marconi Scandal.


        • 205
          Andrew Rosindell MP for Romford and Harold Hill encampment of kunts says:

          STFU I AM NOT GAY!!!


      • 61
        MI6 says:

        Total Scum. The Defence for the Fox put out by the Political Class makes me want to Vomit. These F–kers dont get it.
        They must all suck co-k It is beyond belief the S–t that is coming out of their mouths about these Traitors paid and working for foreign forces.


        • 74
          Arthur Haynes (Comedian) says:

          Watch out! Mossad has your IP address. Don’t go out in the dark or walk for a in the country.


        • 233
          Dame Elizabeth Filkin says:

          You are absolutely right. When I was appointed first Parliamentary Standards Commissioner, I immediately recognised what a sef serving, corrupt club Parliament, and the policians within, was, and started to sort it out. This put the wind up MP’s who immediately had me sacked and rewrote the rules and powers of the Commissioner, so that now the Commissioner is a toothless Tiger like most public sector Regulatory Authorities – Local Government Ombudsman etc. As a result Parliament and the public sector, Particularly Local Government, have become progessively more corrupt, and the proof is the statements now being made by politicians in support of the corrupt Fox. Nothing was done when it should have been, and the system gets more corrupt daily. This is how they like it.


          • Sir John Lyons CB says:

            And I am paid £200K a year for doing nothing, accruing a huge index linked pension at taxpayer’s expense. This is the price you taxpayer’s pay because your politicians wish to remain completely unregulated and carry on their corrupt ways without scrutiny – Laws, Huhne, Hancock, Fox, Blair, all the ones who have done time and the rest etc.etc


    • 4
      Anonymous says:

      Hounded out by the press ? NO. You did it yourself Liam. Blurred ? Ha


      • 7
        socialists never resign says:

        Hounded out by the BBC, I like that one better :)


        • 63
          MI6 says:

          I would piss my pants but these Scum have ruined the country. The BBC still havent asked Cameroon or that home office split arse about why they are telling the country that they inherited the Biggest peace time deficit, I suppose they think our lads in Afghanistan are just there on Joly. In the World they live in its one Big f–king Joly.


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    • 9
      Anonymous says:

      A nasty nasty man, thank God he is out. Hope people can start looking at Osborne and his dirty deals.


      • 12
        socialists never resign says:

        Wrong blog mate, think you wanted left foot forward.


        • 16
          Anonymous says:

          Take Osborne he is the one who brought Rupert and his gang in to Cameron’s inner circle. Osborne was involved with Fox and Adam’s doggy charity and Osborne was the man advising Fox how he can fight and stay in his job.


          • The Paragnostic says:

            WTF is this ‘doggy charity’ you keep on mentioning?

            Or are you just a thick Labour-educated troll who can’t distinguish between ‘dodgy’ and ‘doggy’?

            Hint – ‘dodgy’ is a word you would use for, for example, a dossier produced by a lying drunk mentalist, while ‘doggy’ is perhaps the only way that one would want to penetrate Caroline Flint (though even then, closing the eyes is recommended).


          • nell says:

            ‘rupert and his gang’ were only ever part of one circle and that was gordon’s – remember the sleepovers ?


          • Corfu Pap says:

            Osborne was also in Corfu with Nate and Mandy and dodgy oligarchs

            Up to no good


          • Arthur Haynes (Comedian) says:

            ‘WTF is this ‘doggy charity’ you keep on mentioning?’

            None of them pay to get it up the rear. In those ‘inner circles’ it’s free!


          • Anonymous says:

            The Paragnostic says: October 14, 2011 at 6:13 pm

            Most of these one can have se* in the way dog does it, has to mo*nt from the back.


        • 23
          Anonymous says:

          George Osborne, William Hague and Michael Gove among its advisory board. The charity was dissolved by its trustees on 30 September after the Charity Commission said its primary objective appeared to be “promoting a political policy [that] is closely associated with the Conservative party”.



      • 32
        nell says:

        Ha! Misguided maybe but nasty No. You’ve got the wrong party. You looking for nasty people who have to look at labour – balls, brown, kevan,twatson – those sort of malevolent poisonous folks.


        • 231
          Anonymous says:

          Osborne is a Bilderbanker creature, just like Balls, Mandlescum, the millipedes, Clarke, Maude and Cameron. None of theme work for us.


      • 177
        Penis detector says:

        Fox wasn’t a nasty man-I think your slurs are probably a reflection of your own shortcomings.


    • 13

      From £10,000 to £65 in one day. Liam will be delighted – it proves that market forces are always right. Hee! Hee! Hee!


    • 48
      Bob Swinger says:

      We need to get to the bottom of these allegations


      • 196
        Handycock (Teen Fondler) says:

        I agree it should immediately be passed to the Parliamentary Standards Commissioner so that he can ascertain that he does not have the powers to investigate. Boaz.


    • 122
      M says:

      So you can’t trust the civil service because it’s full of socialist
      Unfortunately if you are gonna by pass them
      DO iT RIGHT


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

    A disgrace!


  3. 8
    Lou Scannon says:

    Now Fox has set an example perhaps the other dishonourable members would care to do the decent thing as well.


    • 11
      socialists never resign says:

      But do we have enough swords in the country?


      • 15
        Well it's something says:

        Like all the army kit it and vehicles the swords were sold on Ebay a few years ago.


        • 37
          nell says:

          And I wonder what ainbustinagut and kevan did with the money? – Ah Yes I remember they each claimed in excess of £300k expenses ….


        • 75
          Dixon of Dock Green says:

          Mr Gaddafi bought them all, you know

          We will have to send Hercule Poirot, our only available detective, to find them

          As you say, they are badly needed


      • 212
        Fifi says:

        We do not need swords – plenty of lamp posts still vacant.


    • 88
      Nemo says:

      It took him long enough, perhaps he thought he could get away by staying schtum, trouble was he just poured petrol on it. Politicons should be very careful to keep business conections away from ministerial duties and “friends” at arms length especially if they if have business interests which coincide with their “friend” the minister.


  4. 10
    Gullible Joe says:

    Well I managed to shoot 5 eggs and I’ve won a ipad 2, thanks for that GF.

    I’ve given them my full bank account details to a very friendly African chap, apparently he needed $100 to post it to me, can’t wait!


  5. 14
    Sir William Waad says:

    If Philip Hammond replaces him, he will be in the wrong job. He ought to be Chancellor, rather than Dave’s mucker Gideon. Hammond is a trougher of the first rank but, almost uniquely, he has real experience of doing something successfully outside politics and on balance is a Good Egg.

    He knows nothing about Defence, but that doesn’t seem to be expected.


  6. 17
    Hettie Kett says:

    Will they be toasting the Queen before or after the Tearymissyou?


  7. 18
    Portaloo says:

    Werrity has spent the afternoon at Companies House registering North Somerset Street Lighting Ltd, North Somerset Roads Ltd, North Somerset Housing Ltd, North Somerset Hospitals Ltd …


  8. 19
    John Prescott says:

    You can meet me for just a fiver and a Big Mac meal.


  9. 21
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Just keep the gay bashing coming.


  10. 24
    Well it's something says:

    Sky says Hammond


  11. 25
    Andrew says:

    Cheap at half the price.


  12. 26
    tory boys never grow up says:

    I wonder what a FOI request asking for details of all identified cases of people passing themselves off as advisers to Government Ministers since May 2010 might reveal. You can be sure that Number 10 already has the information to hand.


  13. 35
    Well it's something says:

    Both Sky/BBC seem to be having a wonderful time with the ex mod chaps business life.


  14. 36

    When are the CPS going to announce that there is not enough evidence to prosecute Huhne?


    • 39
      nell says:

      Well unless we get a reshuffled cabinet and he’s sidelined back to being an mp – they’ll prosecute then because it’s always easier to prosecute someone who isn’t a minister.


    • 40
      Well it's something says:

      Wouldn’t it have been better if ,instead of using you as an experiment they had used Huhne instead.


    • 43
      Cato Street Conspirator says:

      When Letwin has finished chucking it in the bin.


  15. 41
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:


    • 44
      Cato Street Conspirator says:

      No, if you were Vodafone or Goldmann Sachs you’d get a personal handshake from Hartnett.


  16. 46
    Vito Corleone says:

    You know in the real world, Guido, you had to choose between us and the chosen lot

    Now it a three way cluster fuck – with the bloody Russians as well

    It seems there are turf wars going on in Hammersmith and Westminster)

    I will you well, but watch your arse, please


  17. 49
    Citizen from East Sussex says:


    Amid the blood and thunder, I would like to thank you for showing your Cojones again

    The only problem is that when we get rid of one lot of wrong uns, amother springs up

    And they are even worse

    I expect now to have a bunch of politicians who sell their mothers into slavery for a few bob…


  18. 51
    Ho ho Ho Garth says:

    Liam Fox resigned, & I am not making this up, because he has a Catamite…


    • 57
      Cato Street Conspirator says:

      I thought under the Human Rights Act you couldn’t be deported if you had a catamite.


      • 117
        The Paragnostic says:

        No, no, no!

        It’s witches that are protected under the HRA – owning a cat proves their entitlement to a familiar life…

        And they’re made of wood (or was that the European swallow?).


    • 211
      Liam Fox says:

      Henceforth I will be known as Catamity Liam.


  19. 52
    50 Calibre says:

    I don’t think so…


  20. 52
    Kelvin Mackenzie says:

    So it’s Hammond, a safe pairt of hands which he keeps to himself and his wife (oooof)

    At least he is presentable and does not walk like a Duck

    And thank God that he is not another Jock…not to say Know Jockey (if you excuse my French)

    And that we didn’t get that other hasbeen wannabe, carpetbagging Jock Rifkind, who was put on Fox by the “anonymous” spinners this evening (they are so predicable and all of the same Ilk as they say)!


    • 89
      Gaydar says:

      I have to say you tend to walk like a duck when you’ve got a XL butt pug in.


    • 91
      Arthur Haynes (Comedian) says:

      A jockless government would be good.


      • 141
        Anonymous says:

        Vote for Milliband then, his Cabinet in waiting are more or less Jockless


        • 158
          The Paragnostic says:

          Read in the paper today that the two Eds (Milibland and Testicles) are taking their ‘too fast, too deep’ message on tour.

          Rumours are that the posters will be headed

          “Broke the Bank Debt Mountain”

          and feature the two Eds ruggedly going at it like a pair of jackrabbits on mescaline.


      • 217
        Fifi says:

        So would a jokeless one, but I fear we may have to wait a while for that to happen.


  21. 54
    Well it's something says:

    Well they now know if they get caught (LOL), they can expect more than a slapped limp wrist


    • 56
      Director of Public Prosecutions says:

      No charges, lad,

      He is well protected


      • 68
        Anonymous says:

        It,s such a lovely day. Bye bye Mr. Fox. Now it,s Letwin,s turn to squirm. By the way, I wonder if Werrity will be selling his story ? Probably get paid to keep quiet.


        • 80
          Citizen Kane says:

          We are onto it

          What God takes away with one hand, he gives with the other


        • 119
          The Paragnostic says:

          Werrity will, mark my words, come to a sticky end involving auto-asphyxiation or some other unfortunate pastime.

          It’s as plain as the nose on Netanyahu’s face!


          • jgm2 says:

            Fox might be similarly unfortunate. Or drown in the bath.


          • The paraletic says:

            Come on The French !

            Btw don’t you think that Paragnostic and jgm2 are the Fox/Werrity of this blog !


          • The Paragnostic says:

            If the French win tomorrow – good luck to them!

            Wales have already shown that it’s possible to play attractive rugby and get to a semi-final without behaving like the Bullingdon Boys on Tindall’s stag do, so that’s one up on the English, and two up on the Jocks (who were unfortunate to lose to the Sais).

            I shall be happily sat with a tin or two and cheering the lads on, regardless of the result.


  22. 59
    Blo Jo (Head of Pop) says:

    We need a Revolution


  23. 60
    Bobby Socks says:

    You are late this evening, Ewanme,

    Waiting for your words of wisdom

    Loves you

    oo xxx


  24. 62
    Mayfair Pap says:

    The real question is

    Does Oliver Letwin wear shoes ?

    Or has he gone Tory native ?


    • 64
      Squire from the Shires says:

      I am am a real Tory native MP

      Duck houses, moats, real Tudor beams and the whole lot

      I bang pheasants, kill peasants, screw all my staff over the workbench (as we have always done)

      And Oliver is my hero, he is such an intellectual and I really don’t care if he wears shoes or not..he went to Eton…


    • 86
      nell says:

      Sorry but everytime I now hear letwin’s name I am going to want to laugh out loud.

      The vision of a govt minister tiptoing around a london park in the early morning tearing up govt letters and depositing them in various rubbish bins is just so amusing.

      I mean whose letters were they? Were they from his constituents asking for help with the local nhs or a noisy neighbour? Were they demands from HMRC for details of his expenses ? Were they sundry letters received at work that no-one else wanted to deal with in the office so they gave them to him? What were they?


    • 107
      Lou Scannon says:

      Letwin sounds like a loser.


  25. 66
    Anonymous says:

    Hammond’s got the job!


  26. 67
    Joss Askin says:

    Who is the rentboy in the relationship?


  27. 69
    SGB says:

    Hammond’s got the job!


  28. 77
    Two Eds are worse than one says:

    What’s the difference between Wayne Rooney and Liam Fox?
    When Wayne’s mates are travelling on international business, there is no chance that he will join them.


  29. 82
    The replacement is better says:

    Hammond is a good choice.


  30. 84
    Hammond Organ says:

    Does this mean that stupid train line will now be cancelled.


  31. 85
    Jack says:

    Thatcherism died today


  32. 92
    David Cameron says:

    There is no stopping me now. DD & Fox both gone. What a gay day.


  33. 93
    Jack says:

    How the hell did he get away with it for so long?

    There is still omerta throughout the Westminster Village

    Transparency my arse


  34. 94
    HP says:

    Labour are very quite atm.


  35. 97
    Big D says:

    Why are you men soooo stupid
    You get a wonderful job where you could make a difference and then you throw it all away .
    Thank God Im female


  36. 98
    Where have you been? says:

    I think you’ll find it died in November 1990.


  37. 102
    A Tory says:

    Justine Greening is a very good choice. And she even comes across as a proper Tory.


  38. 105
    Johnno List says:

    This is Gordon Brown/Ed Balls fault. AMIDOINITRITE?!?!


  39. 108
    jake says:

    look out for george osbourne in the frame with this tardy affair.


  40. 111
    screw the lot of them says:

    This site is currently being updated.

    Of course it is!



  41. 112
    Liam Fox MP says:

    I mistakenly allowed the fact that the distinction between my personal interest and my Government activities became blurred to become public.

    I trust my constituents will reelect me when I put myself forward in the not too distant future.


  42. 115
    red/yellow/blue = all the fucking same says:

    Just seen Jim Murphy (shadow defence sec.) interviewed on Sky. What a creepy arsehole. He has been trained in the political art of saying lots but meaning sweet fuck all.

    An utter c’unt and creepy with it.


    • 129
      I don't need no doctor says:

      They didn’t ask him about the dodgy donations from the guy who kicked off the Fox scandal, or his free flights. Why not?


  43. 116
  44. 118
    ffs! says:

    If Liam Fox is a “right winger” God help us.


    • 123
      The Paragnostic says:

      I think ‘right wing’ is code for ‘close to US neocons and Likud’.

      It has sod all to do with politics, and everything to do with influence.


      • 145
        disgusted of Tunbridge Wells says:

        The only influence I have seen is a £25k plus reduction in my wealth in a year (one fucking year). If the Tories think they have my vote again they can forget it!


        • 153
          jgm2 says:

          How’d that happen then?


        • 172
          The Paragnostic says:

          Did you give the £25k to Werrity, then?

          The world economy is a bit bolloxed at the moment, in case you hadn’t noticed – perhaps you think we can spend our way out of recession using borrowed money, like those useless Labour tossers?

          I’m assuming you’ve lost some of the notional value you were holding in shares – remember, they can go down as well as up, so tough shit.


  45. 120
    Chanel No. 5 says:

    This whole thing with Fox and Werrity stinks.


    • 133
      nell says:

      Actually I suspect such things have been going for a couple of decades and that the labour government took such business relationships between lobbyists and ministers to a new profitable low that individual ministers in the coalition have taken on board and thought they could safely use, abuse and benefit from.

      the exposure of liamfox marks a turning point back towards better ethics. They are all now on notice – do this sort of thing and you are likely to get exposed and have to resign.


      • 150
        Every Scandal only exposes What they ARE ALL up too says:

        Like the expenses scandal made them more humble ?


      • 155
        Tachybaptus says:

        Oh Nell dear, you are such an optimist. Fox could be forced out because he was expendable, the squeezed middleman between government and armed forces in Daves’s destruction of our defences. In contrast, Huhne is unsackable because it would probably break the coalition and lead to an early election and (I can hardly bear to write this) Minibat becoming PM. Huhne could beat a policewoman to death on live television and get away with it.


        • 163
          nell says:


          the comedian huhne break the coalition?

          I don’t think so.

          Sadly and there is always a sadly with a comedian (ask tony hancock) the only thing he has had the power to break has been his children.


          • Tachybaptus says:

            Nell, I respectfully disagree. Huhne is a bedbug, but there are times when squashing a bedbug can start a train of events that brings down a government.


          • Fifi says:

            In that case, open a new Ministry of Paperclips based in the Outer Hebrides and appoint him to the post. Then the rest of the Coalition can get on with governing without all these distractions.


  46. 125
    billys extra man says:

    billys bowlings no balls.the fatter the better sez liam.it was me maggie atlantic bridge that started it.F..k of nell n tory knobs go to work and start producing.looks like the narth is winning.come on nell cameron thatcher hague=tory scum sell your souls to the devils.blair brown fox= weagie r soles.sip ur wine slowly nell bake ya cakes the north will rule.he he


    • 128
      jgm2 says:

      And that, kids, is why you should say ‘No!’ to drugs.


      • 162
        The Paragnostic says:

        I think the use of ‘weagie’ (though I’d spell it ‘weegie’) implies that Buckfast, rather than drugs, is the root cause of the poor bugger’s interminable spiral into despair and madness.

        It’s probably G. Brown posting from the Kirkcaldy Home for the Witless again.


    • 132
      nell says:

      *Reads in open mouthed astonishment*

      Is that the result of 13 years of labour education education education? Lord help us!


  47. 126
    billys extra man says:

    liam fox is atwt


  48. 127
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Liam Fox has resigned. The reason given was he wants to spend more time with his wife and boyfriend.


  49. 131
    billys extra man says:

    torys out t neet at booza?4 got its vridaag.the once a week pub supping merchants.the rounds r on me ATLANTIC BRIDGE=tory boys


  50. 134
    nell says:

    Anybody know what lobbyists/defence companies etc were associated to kevan and aintbustinagut when they were in office?

    We should have an investigation about that!


  51. 135
    billys long lost extra man says:

    clear blue water eh maggie twatchter=ATLANTIC BRIDGE.anyone seen ma twat sir mark twatcher anywhere?LIAM AND ADAM HAVE 2 TANKS 3 EXOCETS AND 5 ROCKETS LAUNCHERS 2 SELL.will nell b buying any get a job ya wee daftie n start producing instead of posting


  52. 136
    Dr Yosser Arafox says:

    Gizza job I can do that, I can replace Tony Blair for the Quartet. The Pals dont like his pro Israel stance er . . . .


  53. 138
    albacore says:

    Anybody know where the buck stops in Dave’s administration?
    (Purely to stop Larry the cat worrying, you understand).


  54. 139
    A Council estate Fox brought to earth by the establishment. says:

    The fact that Jim Murphy is preening his wings about the death of the Fox tells you all you need to know that there are some very badly informed posters on this blog.


    • 169
      The Paragnostic says:

      Jim Murphy had fuck all to do with Fox’s demise – he knows it and so do the rest of us. He’s lucked into the position by virtue of a reshuffle, and it’s a good excuse for him to look insufferably smug on TV, at which he excels.

      Wouldn’t be at all surprised to see some FO fingerprints on some of the documents leaked to the papers – neither the land thieves nor the Sinhalese are particularly popular at the top end of Whitehall, and some favours may have been called in…


  55. 142
    billys long long long lost extra man says:

    nell fuck off n change ya colors n join ya super hero ma twat thatcher.the north will rule.r u thick cant you see it.move narth we will rule blair brown fox.c’nt you work it oot?STOP ASKING ? ? ? ‘S WHEN YOU KNOW THE ANSWER.F..ck ya doyle


    • 156
      jgm2 says:

      Are you that one who posts random asterisks and capitals and ends with


      If so then this new genre is much better. It’s still shit but at least I can sort of figure out what you’re saying.


  56. 143
    Martin Day says:

    “The hunt for Tony B LIAR” on 4, the murdering bastard must be squirming.


  57. 154




    • 157
      jgm2 says:

      Oh fuck.

      It is him.

      You forgot the ‘**ASTA*’.


      • 165
        nell says:

        What does the ‘Asta’ bit mean?


        • 195

          American Sail Training Association; American Society of Travel Agents; American String Teachers Association; Association of Secondary Ticket Agents,; AStA, (German external agency of the student unis); ASTA Medica Onkologie; American Scouting Traders Association; ASTA-BEAB; Asta air base (formerly a Soviet Air Force base in Estonia); Asta (moth); 1041 Asta, an asteroid; ST Asta, a tugboat; Battle of Asta, between the Romans and the Visigoths battle of 402; American Spice Trade Association,: Loch of Asta, Tingwall; Asta, a fictional dog played by Skippy in the Thin Man movies; Antonino Asta, Italian football player; Asta Backman, Finnish actress; Asta Hansen, Danish actress; Asta Nielsen, Danish silent film actress; Asta Philpot, sex lives for disabled people advocate; Andrea dell’Asta, Italian late-Baroque painter.

          Any of these or none.


    • 159
      Martin Day says:

      Are you having a senior moment?


    • 161
      nell says:

      If there’s that sort of stuff being sold and you want it you need to be contacting gaddafi in his timbuktu palace.

      He’ll have acquired it during gordon’s mad reign when the gurning one was selling anything and everything off cheap to raise money for his frenetic spending spree.

      And now of course poor old gaddafi is desperately in need of the cash to fund his luxury lifestyle that’s being curtailed by the ‘evil’ Nato so no doubt he’ll be open to a deal.


  58. 164



    • 166
      nell says:

      I thought bliar did that. he said gordon drove him to drink and that he depleted the no10 wine cellar in the process.

      What was left twatson , whilst gordon was pm, finished it off – so twatson said!


  59. 168
    rupert murdoch n werrity says:

    nell you r thick gaddafi wanted to sell his oils in libyan dinars not dollars to the world.leave it to the yanks agen nell.evry 1 just lovz
    z $$$$ not think. so stop posting and get a proper vocation.had the calling yet then if not f..ck off


    • 174
      Fabians are Evil says:

      The Fabians, aided by their members within the media and Socialists of Europe, are winning – with the Conservative party being dragged (not even screaming) to the centre left. Wake up before it is too late!


  60. 171
    Chris Huhne says:

    I’m still in my job.


  61. 173
    Adam Werrity says:

    One more night
    Gimme just one more night
    One more night
    Cos I can’t wait forever


  62. 176

    hic hic hic nell not a good neet 4 t tory party.wavy davey is nxt sez maggie twatcher BLACKWATER has all the $$$$$$$$$$$


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    maggie thatcher can a piss on your grave


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    clear blue water says:



  67. 183
    the narth says:

    the sarth torys off to bed then forgot its friday one pint millionaires get it down ya.the times r a changing


  68. 184
    rupert murdoch n werrity clear clear clear blue water says:

    oh what a night not a tory in sight


  69. 185
    dick cheney n blackwater says:

    maggie maggie where r you.save me


  70. 186
    Tell it like it really is says:

    I’m justwatching Jim Murphy, labour, and thinking what an unpleasant creepy twat he is but, come to think of it, he’s a perfect fit for Ed the gimp and the rest of the hopeless shadow cabinet.


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      Every Scandal only exposes What they ARE ALL up too says:

      Come to think of it once more what a perfect fit for Camerons party . Horrible c unts !


  71. 187
    we are all in it 2 gether= says:

    labour scum = tory scum = piano wire + lamp posts get a life ya thick tvvat n think aboot it man


  72. 188
    Liebour Troll Warning System says:

    The pubs are chucking out.


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    not a machine says:

    I think it was handled as well as could be expected , interesting choice of replacements which seems pragmatic rather than envisioning any shift to the right . It is a choice , which is as much as anyone can say . It still feels a little heavy given some have only had slapped wrists for similar acts .

    What perhaps matters in my view if anyone has learnt anything , i mean this is loss based on the very same way the previous government ran things .

    as for it being a generational exit from cabinet , I dont think I would consider that an intelliegent boast , the pen may be mightier than the sword , but you need a sword when faced by an opponent with one and preferably be better at whelding it .

    as for leaving post in the bin , I dont think that is clever , ergonomic ? I mean whats he been posting in the post box these last few days, his rubbish .


    • 192
      The Crime of the century. says:

      From what I can gather. Letwin turned up to his office so early in the morning that he was given photocopies of his correspondence and if the weather was nice he wandered around the park dictating replies. His only offence was to tear up each copy and bin it after he had dictated the reply.

      Can’t really see wot he’s done wrong myself.


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    The Gay Defence says:

    The Brief
    Why did the accused lie, cheat and stealm, yet carry on as if he were innocent?

    The accused,
    Because it is that I am a homosexual and I had no other choice to lie, cheat and steal.


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    PSMProductions says:


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    If you want to get laid, go to college. If you want to learn, go to a library.

    Frank Zappa


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    Chris Huhne:

    It will take nuclear power to prise me out of this job.


  78. 201
    The Third Roundel says:

    What exactly was wrong with `Atlantic Bridge` anyway? It sounds good. All hot air about nothing.


  79. 203
    Blaine Robinson says:

    Conservative Councillor Suspended for Attending EDL Meeting



  80. 204
    Dr Liam Fox says:

    I am a fanny.


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    Marmite says:

    Guido, could you now turn your attention on the smug b@stards in the shadow cabinet? I think you have been too lenient on them. Come on now Guido, start digging, and turn the bleeding record over.
    Thank you!


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    MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK son of COD says:

    So the Fox has gone ,Good and about a week too late !
    Next it should be “Do Nowt Dave”the man who gave him his full support !
    history has shown that gay’s cannot be trusted anywhere near politics
    especially where state secrets are involved
    It would also be very interesting to know exactly what (Government papers) Oliver Letwin was Depositing in bins Five days on the trot ! FFS
    they also could have been state secrets for all we know,put there for someone else to pick up

    The lure of the cock at work again ?


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    Jim Murphy kicks ass says:

    One Minister down, and now to go after the murky money trail involving lobbyists and shadowy right wing extremists who really benefit from tory sleaze.


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      Well it's something says:

      Jim Murphy is playing the blame the bstards who stopped us troughing game, if he was honest he would have started with the crap that was Liebour,he didn’t because he was part of it, just another lieing hypocritical politician, no change then.


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    Ulfcytel says:

    It is a sign of the through-going corruption and moral blindness of this government that Fox and Werritty have not both been charged with being agents of a foreign power, espionage offences, and treason.

    Where is the register of lobbyists that David Cameron has repeatedly promised and repeatedly postponed? Who exactly is holding it up? Let the daylight of public visibility fall upon them.


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    gildedtumbril says:

    We definitely need to get to the bottom of this fox affair. National security demands it.
    All traitors should be executed.
    Britain would be hard pressed to repel an invasion from Andorra at this moment, thanks to foxes ‘defence’ of defence in the face of savage and suicidal cuts.


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    Alfred Saxon-West says:

    The depth of Fox’s cynicism and deceit can be seen in his flying of the Union Flag outside his home – while all the while he’s been an agent of influence for sinister foreign ‘lobby’ groups and sordid guns-for-hire mercenary ‘contractors.’

    Where is the register of lobbyists that David Cameron has repeatedly promised and repeatedly postponed? Which individuals exactly are holding it up? Let’s see these anti-democratic traitors in the clean light of day.


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    Anonymous says:

    a conservative mp called peter bone was on newsnight on friday night. He was suggesting fox need not have resigned but that a benefit of his resignation was that he could now spend his time scrutinising the front bench

    Does anyone really think this man is fit to scrutinise the activities of others?

    And peter bone. Does this idiot really think fox has done nothing serioiously wrong? Is he lying to himself?

    If a labour defence secretary had acted in the same way are we supposed to think bone would not have called for their resignation


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