November 20th, 2011

Justice Delayed is Justice Denied
CPS Must Bring Huhne Investigation to Speedy End

The Mail on Sunday has gone to the trouble of recreating the journey that Vicky Pryce would have had to have undertaken to have got the speeding ticket that she alleged Chris Huhne actually deserved. It was back in May that this blog revealed that Vicky Pryce was speaking at an event at the LSE on the night in question. Tracing the route she would have had to have driven it seems it is nigh on impossible for her to have done the journey in the time required. 

The police have been investigating this case for six months, the CPS has been avoiding taking the case to Court for three months. It is a fundamental tenet of our justice system that all are equal before the law. The CPS appear to be nervous about prosecuting this case because Huhne is a Cabinet Minister. Justice delayed is justice denied and it is time the evidence was tested in Court.

See: The Great Chris Huhne Road Test


488 Comments

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

    why does he just not “Man Up” ?

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    • 2
      Wight Tory says:

      ‘cos ‘e ain’t a man…….. Slug, carbuncle or slimeball maybe, but man? Nah

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      • 12
        Dave's Superwaffe says:

        I shall dispense justice with my huge bazooka!

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        Eee Uuu Dictatorship, the last evil empire says:

        Has someone bunged someone in the Justice System that’s normally the way to achieve a delay. This type of behaviour is well known amongst Limp-Dumb MP’s.

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          Mmmmm says:

          Have police/CPS looked at the Congestion Zone records? Ms Pryce must have registered a vehicle for the day to park close the the dinner venue.

          Was this the same registration, or different to the vehicle caught in the speed trap?

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          • Hang The Bastards says:

            Now that’s clever.

            stupid PC plod would not have thought about that.

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          • Marmite says:

            That would be too easy Mmmmm! I didn’t think anyone was above the law, and that everyone is treated equally.
            Baroness Uddin is another ‘special’ case I suppose.
            Makes my blood boil.

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          • CYNICAL OLD MAN says:

            It seems the CPS have always been reluctant to prosecute politicians. One example is the expenses scandal. Only a few “small fry” were prosecuted when the greater offenders were allowed to carry on troughing. Jacquie Smith and Uddin were cases where there was prima facie evidence of fraud being committed but the CPS lived up to their name of the “Criminal Protection Service” and turned a blind eye to court action.

            The Cash For Honours scandal also produced enough evidence for a criminal prosecution, even the investigating officers were convinced, but once again, the CPS declined to bring charges.

            But, that’s always been the way of the CPS, probably because the best lawyers work for themselves and the Crown has to accept what’s left.

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      The Evidence M'Lud says:

      There are 3 scenarios. Remembring that the car was registered to the Huhne.

      1) The car was parked in Stanstead while Huhne was out of the country. Thus Vicky was not the driver. That’s the easy one.

      2)Vicky picked the Huhne up and drove them home.

      3)Vicky drove to the airport and the Huhne drove home.

      The only way that Huhne will stand trial is if the number 1 is the case. Parking records, Huhne’s MEP expenses (though they may be too lax), ANP records, traffic master records, congestion charge records, Vicky’s fellow lecturers’ statements should be able to prove that she never left London and the Huhne mobile was parked up at Stanstead that night.

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      • 462

        Could also ask about mobile phone registrations that evening. They do in murder investigations. Of course, Pryce’s phone doesn’t prove where Pryce was, but it is persuasive. Stanstead car parks are bristling with cameras. Not sure how long they keep the images for but if the car was there, something will have seen it.

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        • 485
          David Laws Lib Dem fiddler says:

          At least Huhne was referred to the police for investigation even if the failed CPS cannot make a decision. David Laws case did not manage to be referred to the police to be investigated, some say because he is wanted back in cabinet.

          Then there was the little matter of 302 MPs who were over paid or fiddled their expenses. I suspect a large number were guilty of false accounting.

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    • 130
      Our Denry says:

      Ho’s leaving that up to you Billy

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      Chuka and the Sabbath Day says:

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      Sshhhh ! says:

      Isn’t the police problem that if they don’t charge him they have to charge her !!!

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  2. 3
    Taxfodder says:

    When you think fair play and justice you don’t naturally associate that with the establishment.

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      Walter Mitty says:

      Why were so few MPs prosecuted over dodgy expenses claims?

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    • 134
      Our Denry says:

      Your average pleb would have been booked, found guilty, and if the fine was not payed in gaol. In any case he should have been charged with wasting petrol consumption is twice as high as 55 mph so he is breaking his own principles, twit.

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    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Also bear in mind that some of those involved in the riots have had thier day in court and the 3 cricketers involved in a more complicated have had thier day in court, this case in a open and shut case, who was driving Hunt or someone else? Failure to disclose the identity of person in charge is a crime i think but the more important one is perveting the course of justice, this man is a minister of the crown, if they can be above the law then why are they shocked when the ferel youth go looting?

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      Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

      Guido

      Could i just ask a legal question, Is there a statue of limitations (think that the right word) as have been watching American news and the scandal around Penn state uni, they are saying the acussers can only file complaints up to the age of 30 (i think), so i was wondering is there something similiar here? the orignal offence was 2003 (?) so is thier a 10 year limit and if so is that why the dragging of feet?

      My money is still on case being dropped as “Not in the public intrest”, sort of what happens when you crooks regulating crooks.

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    • 55
      Anonymous says:

      Billy, Lord Justice Denning said it “be you ever so high,you are not above the law”.
      The problem in this specific case rests with the CPS.They are “frit” & its boss should be hauled in front of the public to explain the unusually inordinate delay in bringing H*hne to Court to answer the charges.
      Guido. It is easier on the readers eyes if you ditch the red & revert to black.

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      • 71
        spectrum says:

        The green could also be removed.

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      • 98
        Joe Public says:

        The CPS are scared to bring this matter to court.

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        • 104
          Anonymous says:

          In which case Joe they have to explain why;how else are we to judge if they are effective in the job we pay them to do?

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        • 106
          Handycock No1 Trougher in Parliament says:

          The Boss of the CPs is ultimately a policical appointment, politicians certainly have the final say in his appointment. Therefore do not blame him for the delay, it is political and other influences being imposed on him that is the cause of the delay in bringing charges against my good friend Chris Huhne. In any case Chris is entirely innocent of these trumped up charges. Boaz.

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        • 291
          Bastard of the Rolls says:

          Now sonny. Wye aint you got a tail lite on yir boike? I’ll ave to tike ye yo
          the Styshun. Inspector will be pleased I got ye, ye little Criminal. It’s theOld Bailey for you Laddie.

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      • 145
        Our Denry says:

        Any one remember a certain Tory MP called Boothby, I think he got off a drink drive charge mind that was before a lot of you scallies were born.

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        • 146
          Our Denry says:

          check it dear boy, check it

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        • 364
          Reg Kray says:

          Me bruvva remembered Lord “Poofby”, a bit too well for ‘is Lordship’s taste, if you get me, but the tabs were too scared to follow up on the story, if you get me. Ron was an equal-opportunity shakedown artist; ‘e went after a Labour boy, Thomas Driberg, too. Neeva party nor their newspaper friends were all that keen on ” ‘oo was doin’ wha’ wiff ‘oom” bein’ splashed all over the place, if you get me.

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        • 379
          Billyboy says:

          Ah! But then he was a friend of the Kray twins. Every little helps. Blackshirt Moseley too I believe before the Fascists were cleared out.

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          • Bob Boothby says:

            Let’s just say Ronald Kray and I had an understanding, if you will; he helped me keep my private life private, for a nominal consideration of course, and I helped him keep his private life private, owing to the fact that I was well-connected enough to do so, as he was not the only one in possession of secrets, shall we say. An at-that-time recent PM had been cuckolded 30-some years before and his daughter wasn’t his, she was mine, which made a lifestyle like mine possible lest it emerge that an AC-DC MP had something he was holding over the head of the PM. A very cosy relationship all around the mulberry bush, don’t you know.

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          • Handycock says:

            You sound as though you were in the same position then that I am now Bob – ‘If I go down, I will take you all down with me.’

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  4. 5
    Axe The Telly Tax says:

    If Huhne gets off then he will be able to challenge Calamity Clegg for the leadership :-)

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      East India Company wallah says:

      So Huhne is a lying,cheating,two-faced scum-bag who sheds wives like a condom even after using them in illegal activity. He has no political convictions other than what party Chris can go furthest in.Having already made his pile in the dirty capitalist marketplace he now espouses a planned green eco-economy for the serfs-natch
      Calamity (thirty bedpost notches?I know!) Clegg had better watch his back,his nemesis has all the core values of a Lib Dem and whats not to like about him

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      • 153
        Our Denry says:

        Well, Huhne is a politician, I thought that was what politicians did from what I read from Guido’s blog

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    • 48
      Tessa Tickles says:

      The leadership of what?

      After the obliteration they’ll receive in 2015, there’ll be no LimpDims to lead.

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    • 118
      chriselee says:

      Huhne will definately get off.Ccome on,wise up,its a forgone conclusion

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  5. 6
    50 Calibre says:

    Keep up the pressure.

    Huhne is a shit of the First Order and deserves to do down hard for this.

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  6. 7
    Red November says:

    We seem to have recently imported the French political class being totally “untouchable”.
    You only have to watch the first series of Spiral – Engrenages to see how this works in practice.
    So why is not Clegg and Cameron fully chased on this?

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      Taxfodder says:

      Simple they look after their own!

      Hard on protesters and civil rights easy on Parliamentary liars cheats and crooks.

      Next stop banana republic!

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    • 169
      Our Denry says:

      Quite an interesting Prog today 13.30 – 14.00 with that tory chap Portillo. about the police strikes in the UK in 1919 over pay, there was even one copper who down as dying form “malnutrition” unions for police were banned, but the Police Federation was born (in all but name a trade union) ; the strike led to riots and looting in Liverpool, the ruling elite were panic striken about the possible overthrow of the government (the same reason fire arms are only allowed to be carried by approved licence holder but that did not stop approved licence holders doing mass killings, criminals can get hem anyway)

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  7. 8
    MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK son of COD says:

    Come on everybody sing along !

    I know i’ve just posted it but the post changed !

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  8. 10

    Justice delayed, then. Huhne will likely walk away on a “public interest” excuse. The Mail can then go back to fulminating about rioting chavs.

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  9. 13
    Emma Leven says:

    Whatever happened to that idea of being able to recall MPs ?

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      Perfect Day says:

      Do you mean;
      IF 51% OF THE PEOPLE ELIGABLE TO VOTE CONTACT THEIR TOWN HALL WITH ID, THEY CAN, BY WITHDRAWING THEIR VOTE, SACK THAT REPRESENTATIVE.
      Ask/vote UKIP

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    • 78
      Sir Aston Martin says:

      >?Whatever happened to that idea of being able to recall MPs ?

      Mine used to be that fat, pompous old fraud Michael Mates … I had great difficulty recalling him or his name, and had to Google “mp east hampshire” to find it.

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  10. 15
    Beaker is a good Chief Sec says:

    Watching Danny Alexander on Sky News. Say what you like about the Lib Dems but Alexander is one of the few genuinely talented and skillful people they’ve got. He’s doing a good job of defending policy and attacking Labour.

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    • 24
      nell says:

      http://www.independent.co.uk/news/people/diary/diary-dannys-40bn-imf-gift-wouldnt-cost-a-penny-6258232.html

      Is that the same dannyalexander who has just condescendingly said for the benefit of we economic illiterates that giving £40billion to the IMF won’t cost the taxpayer a penny!

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      • 33
        Grumpy Old Man says:

        Unfortunately Nell, on a historical basis no nation has ever lost money by depositing it with the IMF, so Danny boy has a case, even if he doesn’t understand what his department told him.

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        • 101
          The inglish disease says:

          Remember in common with other arseholes on here, nell cannot see any merit in anything or anyone who happen to be Scottish. Such myopic Nationalist bigotry renders them ripe to get pissed on time and time again by people like balls, milliband and mandleson etc

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          • nell says:

            Actualy I hadn’t thought about dannyalexander being scottish. So your assumption was wrong.

            That’s the problem with people who see racism everywhere, they use it to excuse everything or ignore sometimes valid criticism.

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          • The Paragnostic says:

            Not only is he a Jock, he’s another fucking PR man promoted way beyond his ability.

            And he’s fucking ginger.

            Is that enough bigotry for you? Or do you wish to wallow in your perceived victimhood a little longer? I could mention Darien, the Barnett formula, the utter uselessness of the Labour Scottish mafia that bankrupted Britain, the corrupt and failed Scots banks, that cunt Fred Goodwin …

            Piss off back to your piss soaked park bench with your fried pizza and Bucky.

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          • The inglsh disease says:

            Parawanker you could mention Darrien but that would be the 456 th time you have mentioned it this year. But feel free to mention this epsode again as it serves to remind us of the inglish skullduggery which was at work at that point in time.
            In the meantime please continue to lick inglish arse you Welsh windbag.

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          • The Paragnostic says:

            English skullduggery?

            So the English made the Scots invest nearly all the wealth in Scotland in a doomed expedition to cut a path through Panama, did they? Face it – as a nation, you were greedy and stupid and had your arses handed to you on a plate. You then had to come begging to the English and sign the Act of Union.

            I think I’ve only mentioned Darien a couple of times this year – AC1 may have reminded you as well.

            Still, carry on in your delusional belief that people are bigoted against Scots for no reason – heaven forbid that you actually admit that you’re a bunch of welfare dependent alcoholic fat cunts.

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        • 276
          Jabba the Cat says:

          Trouble with the Scots is that being a mere wank stain on English history no one takes them seriously, which grates some what north of Hadrians wall.

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          • The inglsh disease says:

            Trouble with pig ignorant c unts like Jabba the Fud is that he believes most of Northumbria is located in Scotland. Stupid prick.
            Parawanker, I love it when you bite, sooooo easy.

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          • free everything and the streets are paved with deep fried pizzas says:

            Haha, jockland IS the English disease you twonk.

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          • English Taxpayer says:

            Do we have to allow scotchists on this blog?

            They are a dreadfully tedious lot

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          • The inglsh disease says:

            Lol Parawanker =Jabba the fud = Inglush taxpayer = free everything and the streets are tarred with tarmacadem invented by the Scots = embarassing= chippy inglander

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          • Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

            Yes but I will fuck your arse, The inglsh disease

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          • Billy's behind says:

            Seems like a nice jock.

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  11. 16
    You got more mouth than a cows got cunt says:

    No doubt Huhne will claim any prosecution is stature barred by virtue of the 6 month cps time limit and he’ll then drive away a free man!!

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      A Copper says:

      No time limit for an indicable offence such as pervert the course of justice….

      He has got off with the speeding though – that is subject to the 6 month limit !!

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  12. 17
    Brigham says:

    I have written to the CPS asking why the delay. I wonder if I shall get a reply?

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  13. 18
    Riding along in my automobile says:

    My mistress beside me at the wheel.

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    • 28
      Hot Rod Lincoln says:

      Slow down, I see spots. The lines in the road just look like dots.

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    • 315
      Lil Ole Deuce Victoria says:

      If Huhne drove anything like a Mustang, Camaro, TriChev or GTO, he might be due some respect, but as he doubtless drives a MerkelWagen he is just another lying useless LimpDum.

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  14. 21
    ADHD Anonymous says:

    Gweedo, Gweedo, Gweedo, Me, Me, Me!

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  15. 23
    Abarth Phartrising says:

    So, in summary, M’Lud…

    The Mail on Sunday, the unimpeachable institution with no possible axe to grind and an impeccable credential as an ominiscient authority in forensic science, deems it ‘nigh on impossible’ that the bastard is not guilty.

    Furthermore, the court of public opinion, as typified in the kangaroo enclosure at the London Zoo, has determined, by overwhelming majority (nigh on unanimous), that the bastard is guilty. There have been calls for his summary execution as it is clear that trial is unnecessary.

    Never before, M’Lud, has a stronger case for bypassing decent legal procedure been placed before the bench.

    Personally, I would prefer to see that any person punished by the state is first found to be guilty without any possible doubt.

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      Anonymous says:

      So how long does it take plod to work out a simple sum, like if A goes at X speed, will B be able to claim that A was driving? Fucking tosser.

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      • 58
        pissed off voter says:

        Plod are not responsible. It’s the CPS, of whom the current hacking enquiry might prove to be extremely interesting.

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        • 61
          Anonymous says:

          No, but they put the case, and the case should have been open or shut.

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          • Someone who knows says:

            anonymong you are a stupid c unt who has absolutely no idea how these things work. Plod will indeed have presented an open and shut case and will be as frustrated as the rest of us by the clear prevarication going on at the CPS. its politics at play here. Go back to your armchair and spout more shite.

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          • Anonymous says:

            As someone who knows fuck all you’re a gobbie cuпt. You haven’t got a fucking clue about the strength of plods case or how it was presented. My money is on both plod and the CPS fucking it up.

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          • CYNICAL OLD MAN says:

            Anonymong, I DO know the workings of the CPS. The police USED to be able to charge alleged trangressors and bring them to court, and let the magistrates or a jury decide if there was enough evidence to prove a case. That was until that fucking buffoon, “Blind Pugh” Blunkett took away that ability from Plod and made the CPS the sole arbiter of charging and bailing.

            Blame Plod by all means if they cock up an investigation with flawed police work, but this looks like stonewalling by the CPS.

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          • Anonymous says:

            You too haven’t got a fucking clue about the strength of plods case or how it was presented.

            Sigh…..who will rid me of these thick twats?

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          • Someone who knows says:

            And neither do you anonymong yet you feel qualified to blame the Police in your original post ! Please stop spouting your shite and isnt it about time you cleaned those wankstains on your armchair ?

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          • Someone who knows says:

            Neither do you anonymong yet you still spout your shite from your wankstained armchair

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          • Anonymous says:

            Fact is plod have investigated this for six months. The fact that it takes you six months to work out that 2 + 2 = 5 makes me think that YOU must be a plod.

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          • CYNICAL OLD MAN says:

            The fact that Plod have put together a crime file and sent it to the CPS on TWO occasions (second time with the extra evidence requested by CPS) indicates they think they have enough to prosecute. An alleged offence involving a government minister has to be considered watertight, otherwise a crime file wouldn’t have been put together, you friggin’ idiot Anonymong!

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      • 141
        Jabba the Cat says:

        Look how long it takes plod to measure and box tick a road accident spread over a few local metres, then extrapolate the process over the back and forth journey from LSE to Stanstead…

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      Personally, I would prefer to see that any person punished by the state is first found to be guilty without any possible doubt.

      What most of are asking is not that he be found guilty but that he should face trial – as indeed would we in similar circumstances but without this inordinate delay.

      In my case, I would suggest that he could be hung first (to save time) and then his guilt be decided upon at some convenient later date. The miscarriage of justice is much more likely to be against us than him.

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    • 275
      Four-eyed English Genius says:

      He is a Lib Dum and therefore, by definition, a lying Huhne!

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      • 388
        The inglish disease says:

        Hes inglish, thats enough for me, where is that black cap?

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          Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

          better let the cum dry first

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          • The inglish disease says:

            Billy , your mask is slipping. Billy no balls= jgm2=paragnostic= jabba the fud=Nell

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          • The Paragnostic says:

            Wrong on all of those – jgm2 isn’t me, and neither is nell.

            I’m not Billy either, nor jabba.

            I am a bigot, though, so please fuck off you pizza frying tosser.

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          • The inglish disease says:

            Thank You dear bigots I enjoyed our little joust and I hope you find these conversations useful in confronting those childhood memories which you have locked up in a box but which make you so hateful and twisted inside. Take care.

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    against the billyisation of order_order.com says:

    Off topic, but the Farage vid has gone over one quarter of a million.

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    • 114
      Anyway says:

      If a minister cannot be prosecuted for perverting the course of justice by making his wife take his driving penalty points, what hope is there for prosecuting the EU Commissioners for screwing up the Euro, or prosecuting Brown for screwing up the British economy? As for Bair seeing the inside of a jail cell for wasting hundreds of British lives in Afghanistan and Iraq you are more likely to see them made saints first. Justice for those in high places is a myth.

      Meanwhile the comical BBC is very worried about the safety and condition of Saif al-Islam Gaddafi and hopes he is being treated nicely and is getting fed properly.

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    A Fish Rots From The Head First says:

    In the same week that a court recorder has been jailed for wiping licences clean – taking the points off them – it is becoming clear that a criminal offence may have been commissioned by the obfuscation and seeming indecision of the authorities. There are many jurisdictions where this type of official inactivity may be common for the elites but I had thought that the UK was not one of them – until now.

    Has an official/s in the process gone beyond their remit? If so, why?

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    Drop a Daisy cutter on the BBC says:

    Of course Huhne will get away with it, he’s a creepy left wing Lib Dem.

    It should go to court and make Pryce either lie on oath or point the finger.

    What the Mail article didn’t say is how fast you’d need to drive to make the timings work if Huhne was telling the truth?

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  19. 31
    Cicero says:

    ‘Be you ever so high, the law is above you’

    Thomas Fuller, 1733

    (We cut a king’s head off, remember).

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    Well it's a thought says:

    Don’t hold your breath on the Criminal Protection Services getting the yellow streak off there backs and put somebody up to 12 jurors to review the problem, expectations=zero.

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  21. 34
    Ctesibius says:

    Message for Chris Huhne: if you are reading this. You don’t know me, but I know you. I know for a fact that you made your wife take those points.

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    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

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  23. 39
    Gordon Brown says:

    I’m the new head of the MDF. After that I’ll head the KLF, before finishing my successful run as a global statesman by leading the EMF. If I’m offered enough money, I may also head the DFS.

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  24. 40
    Chris Huhne says:

    If you want to make the world
    A better place
    Just take a look at yourself
    And make that change

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  25. 41

    “It is a fundamental tenet of our justice system that all are equal before the law.”

    Wrong. It was AV Dicey who made this assertion and time again it’s a maxim that has been proved untrue and unfair in itself.

    Aristotle stated that there is nothing so unequal as the equal treatment of unequals.

    This may not reflect the case in point, but untrue assertions discredit your posts.

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  26. 42
    nell says:

    Parliament will never restore credibility until it prosecutes those, like huhne and uddin, within it’s walls that all the world knows have committed illegal offences.

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    Nazis keep Yesterday in business says:

    The schedulers of the channel Yesterday owe a huge debt to the nazis. Their entire programming output is devoted to them.

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      wanker watch says:

      They’ll have plenty more fucking Nazis to report on if the EU carries on in the direction they’re going. Actually, I saw a good programme on there the other day about Joachim Peiper. Never heard of him before or the massacre he was accused of sanctioning, so never too late to learn about atrocities that were carried out in the name of the 4th……sorry, 3rd Reich.

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      Lil Ole Deuce Victoria says:

      More watchable than 21st Century English Justice

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  28. 45
    Chris Huhne says:

    I did not drive Natalie Wood’s yacht.

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  29. 52
    Gatso Flasher says:

    Its a shame they did not nick a plasma TV en route.

    The two cases were both seen on CCTV yet the Plasma thieves are already identified, arrested, tried, convicted and doing doing up to 3 years each.

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  30. 59
    Tessa Tickles says:

    Is it just me, or does Chris Huhne bear a striking resemblance to Hal Holbrook (Lt Neil Briggs from the film Magnum Force)?

    http://dirtyharry.wikia.com/wiki/Lt._Neil_Briggs

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/politics/2010/oct/18/chris-huhne-funding-carbon-capture

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  31. 64
    Vaz says:

    Like me He’s a man of the highest integrity. and, like me, he is long overdue a knighthood or peerage.

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  32. 65
    pissed off voter says:

    CPS adhere to the pattern set by regulators. FSA, PCC, Ofsted, Ofgem, etc.

    Why is so much of our money spent on quangos whose common attribute is failure to do what they are paid to do?

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  33. 70
    Xavier Onassis says:

    One law for them, one law for us. ‘Twas ever thus.

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    Some Geezer wot's seen the law be an ass too often says:

    The CPS has to contend with the question of whether her evidence can be believed, in the light of subsequent events. Huhne is fortunate in who his accuser is.

    Defendant’s Brief: “I put it to you, Ms. Pryce, you are a spiteful woman looking to besmirch the reputation of one of our highest-ranking public officials to pay off personal scores!”

    Crown Prosecutor: “Objection, m’Lud!”

    Defendant’s Brief: “Goes to the question of whether she has a motive to slant her evidence, m’Lud.”

    Judge: “I will allow this line of enquiry, provided it goes no further than to impeach the witness’s evidence and does not veer into personal invective against the witness herself. Rephrase, counselor…”

    And you just know Huhne’s brief will bring up Mandy Rice-Davies’ deathless observation of what witnesses’ evidence will be in a given situation: “Well, [Ms. Pryce] WOULD say that, wouldn’t she?”, in summation.

    The CPS’s case is not a winner, even if they somehow score a goal at the death and eke out a conviction against Huhne; it makes them look stupid for being party to a domestic brouhaha, and only bringing a case for fear of being thought lapdogs to the political class.

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    BW says:

    did Huhne pay for all-day parking at the airport? Do his expenses claims show anything? this would be the killer piece of information as it would show he wasn’t picked up but drove himself both ways.

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    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

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      Drop a Daisy cutter on the BBC says:

      God bless her.

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      Tessa Tickles says:

      Looking at the list, I have to ask.. why is Tony Blair in third place? And who the fuck voted for McMental, at number 7?

      Neither of them could have done more damage to Britain and Britain’s reputation if they’d tried, so how are they on the list at all?

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        Lil Ole Deuce Victoria says:

        Makes you proud to be English, no wonder we’re up shit creek

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        Phil says:

        Brown was a brutal street politician who destroyed everyone who stood in his way and his thuggishness was only surpassed by his ego and self proclaimed economic brilliance whereas Blair was undoubtedly in the frame for an academy award for winning 3 elections on the trot by telling the electorate what they wanted to hear and then, when in power, doing the exact opposite.
        Their proper place in any future historical list is probably as top charlatans

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        Cynfeeaarr says:

        Rigged I would imagine,like everything else to do with “New Labour”.

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    inside-out says:

    All MP’s and Euro MP’s receive free parking in the short term car park at Stansted Airport .Every driver entering and leaving the car parking has his portrait taken by a camera on the entry and exit barriers for fraud prevention purposes.So it should not of been that difficult to work out who was driving the car. We know when Huhne arrived back at Stansted airport,do we know when and how he got out of the UK?.If he flew out from Stansted, did his wife drive him to the airport at about 4am for early flight,I doubt it.

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    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    More chance of me winning caption contest than Hunt being convicted of this offence.

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      Fuck the 4th Reich up the arse! says:

      It starts with the little things Billy, and then they think they can get away with mass murder. Reading the comments to this youtube clip makes me think the sheeple are willing to be led into the wilderness again.

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      annette curton says:

      Well you have tried everything else, if Guido let you win it could it change the course of history, back to the future.

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    Rupert my Hero says:

    Perhaps someone has said this before, however it does not seem to be rocket science, was the car in a short, long or medium stay car park at Stanstead and how was the parking ticket paid for?, if so he was driving, however if it was not, other than his wife really was driving up to collect him, then where was the vehicle when he was in Brussels. Most people can not drive two cars at once….. Simples… unless it was in a hotel car park…. could be… did his girlfriend pick him up, is he protecting her

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    Isambard Brunel says:

    Sadly whilst it proves that Pryce lied, it doesn’t prove that Huhne did.

    It would be interestng however to see why Pryce took the ticket if Huhne was NOT driving.

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    Mornington Crescent says:

    Perhaps Huhne and ex-wifey were trying to recreate the infamous Liver Run – the route is pretty much the same:

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      The Paragnostic says:

      Love that – British engineering being what it is, they were worried that the Rover SD1 would cook its (Lucas Girling) brakes before it cooked its engine.

      Ah – nationalised industry. Makes you all nostalgic and that.

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        Mornington Crescent says:

        One of the increasingly rare occasions that I have genuine respect for our Rozzers.

        The engine was/is bomb-proof – but then it was designed by Buick…

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        Lil Ole Deuce Victoria says:

        Lucas Girling were never nationalised and their brakes were used largely in Merkel Land

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          The Paragnostic says:

          And Italy, and Sweden – and yes I know they weren’t nationalised, but BL was.

          Their brakes were very prone to overheating, though.

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    What Chris Huhne said before driving says:

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    Anon Voter says:

    Why not refer Huhne case to the European Court of Justice ?? that would be helpful if a UK citizen did, as ECJ, if they are legally able to look at the matter, might like to, given the stick there beloved EUSSR has taken from the UK press & “Call Me ‘One Term’ Dave” throwing in his odd penny or two.
    Just hope that Chris Huhne continues to live in troubled times !!

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  44. 115
    The Huhney Monster says:

    There once was a man called Huhne
    A true world class buffoon
    He cheated on his wife
    Put her in strife
    To prison he’ll be going soon

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      E.J Thribb says:

      There was a smooth Hoon called Chris Huhne
      Who shagged his assistant too soon
      His wife darling Vicky
      Said that takes the bickie
      With my points up your arse you buffoon

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    Belle N. Stilton says:

    What any case involving the Hoonster and Ms Pryce will turn into:

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      Tessa Tickles says:

      There’s only one person who could be guaranteed to lead Milimong’s Parasite Party further into the wilderness than Milimong himself, and that’s Umunna.

      The Party must be utterly shitting themselves about what Ed’s doing.

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        Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

        Just think of the words “Prime minister Ed Miliband” :-)

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          Tessa Tickles says:

          It doesn’t bear thinking about. I’d rather hear the words, “I’m sorry, Tessa, but you’ve got cancer and you’re going to die.”

          At least it would only be me shagged, and not everyone in the country.

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          • Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

            It makes me laugh Ed Miliband PM, i mean i thought Gordon was unsuitable, but Ed????

            HA HA HA HA ROFL LMAO :-)

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          • nell says:

            Tess!! Don’t say things like that!!!

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          • Tessa Tickles says:

            Nell, I’m serious. Can you imagine the complete and utter devastation Miliband would cause to the country? PM Miliband, Chancellor Balls, Business Secretary Umunna?

            The stuff of nightmares.

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          • nell says:

            militwit has less chance of becoming PM that I do of becoming an astronaut!

            And you are far too lovely and important to be thinking in those terms!

            So don’t!!!

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          • Rat's arse says:

            Tessa, don’t wish that on yourself mate – on Millitwit, Ballsikov et al yes but not you.

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        joescotus says:

        please dont tell me chukka the fukka has abitions to be pm

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  47. 124
    occasional reader says:

    Where’s that Ewanme today? This place needs livening up.

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    Gatso Flasher says:

    I reached the airport at 11.15pm, after a journey lasting an hour and five minutes. I pulled into the car park designated for picking up passengers, in which cars can wait for up to 15 minutes. I left after 15 minutes, by which time it was 11.30pm – already seven minutes after the speeding offence occurred.

    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2063734/The-great-Chris-Huhne-road-test-The-Mail-Sunday-sets-solve-energy-secretarys-wife-REALLY-driving.html#ixzz1eFvS08fE

    WHATS HOLDING BACK THE CPS????

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      Tessa Tickles says:

      That 15 minute waiting time at Stansted is a pain in the arse. You have to keep driving around and around the frigging airport until the flight’s landed. Really eco-friendly. It’s not as if it’s a small carpark; it’s huge.

      Just another opportunity for the legalised muggers to clamp cars and rip people off.

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      nell says:

      A complete disregard for the rule of law and a massive dose of self preservation.

      No one wants to risk their job upsetting the powers that be by rocking the coalition boat.

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    If Huhne gets off this then I suggest, as a normally law abiding citizen, that we have a year of civil disobedience. Obstruct every single function that we can of law, council, tax collection etc.. Write nonsense letters to every government agency by the million, circulate judges’ and ministers’ phone numbers but say nothing when they answer. Waste their time by the shedload.

    But more than that, torch every speeding camera we can. Burn the fuckers faster than they can replace them. Incitement to crime? You bet! The CPS will never get to the end of it.

    So CPS … come on … punks … make my day!

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        Well it's a thought says:

        The power supplies in those GATSO’s must be a major problem , fancy going up in smoke like that, you think they would have some control when they build them.

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      MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK son of COD says:

      Torch every speed camera !
      See what you started you anarchist !

      http://www.speedcam.co.uk/gatso2.htm

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        Tessa Tickles says:

        I think that design’s obsolete; I’ve seen a few replacements that are much taller and less bulbous on the top (so car tyres don’t ‘catch’ around the revenue collector camera).

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          MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK son of COD says:

          On the duel carirageway between Coventry and Warwickshire this summer there were two speed cameras out of action
          One had been burned , but the other had been blown apart by a shotgun !

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          • Peeping Tom says:

            Coventry is a funny place traffic wise anyways Frankie as you’ll know if you’re local….the Ring road is a bloody nightmare particularly getting off it as traffic joining and leaving have to intersect each other at some junctions …I see the Council’s latest wheeze for speeding the traffic flow ahead of the Olympics(Coventry being a venue) is to remove Traffic Lights at some junctions and replace it with a big red square on the road and signage saying “Shared Space”(???) showing car+bus+cyclist+pedestrian with nobody having right of way from either direction….. It’s purportedly safer but as nobody approaching such junctions in car/bus/on foot or on cycle has any fucking idea who goes first or who has the righ of way onto the junction I’m not convinced on that point……

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          • Tory MP says:

            WTF is a ‘duel’ carriageway????????????

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          • College Green at dawn with pistols?

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          • MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK son of COD says:

            Or in the case of Tory MP “Pork Swords”

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          Must get a pseudonym one day says:

          A far simpler, quicker, safer and less socially-destructive approach is just to place a black bin-liner over the Gatso, thus rendering it ineffective.

          And if/when it gets removed, we do it again. Bin-liners are cheap and it’s not Criminal Damage.

          The authorities could not possibly keep up with the rate at which we could cover and re-cover the cameras, so what’s stopping us ?

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          • Anonymous says:

            Good work. I will now carry a roll of bin liners in my car at all times and cover all cams which are not in an obviously urban area. Viva la revolución

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    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

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    the Huhne says:

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    Barroso says:

    Settle down little englanders. He’s going to be your new PM.

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  53. 176
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Is a donor roll a Kebab?

    asking for a friend……….

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  54. 177
    carry on up william hague says:

    Give the Huhne some credit
    as well as converting points he knows how to convert lesbians

    Bi eckerslike

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    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Thank you,Duke.

    Britain’s Prince Philip has launched a fierce attack on “absolutely useless” right wing political bloggers, in the latest outburst from the famously outspoken consort, a report said on Sunday.

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    Let it be so says:

    Perhaps the CPS should be reminded of the legal maxim…”Fiat justitia ruat caelum” ie. roughly translated “Let justice be done though the heavens fall.”

    The maxim signifies the belief that justice must be realized regardless of consequences

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    carry on up william hague says:

    The lex shaggon t wat should be in jail
    Maybe as t b liars prison wife

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  58. 196
    Gordon Brown says:

    Today I will occasionally be a table.

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    I have been informed by Inspector Knacker that they will be making a move just as soon as you can say ‘Dale farm.’

    He also instructed me to remind you that its the courts who are in charge so he’s no real intention of even clipping his handcuffs to his belt until after the next season of Downton has aired.

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  60. 213
    dr. sipp says:

    its a mad mad mad mad world

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    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    anyway people, i am off, have a great afternoon/evening :-)

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  62. 237

    It is well known that increasing numbers of children in Scotland are becoming dangerously overweight. But NHS officials now insist that the word “obese” should not be used when staff spеak to parents. Herald

    How about Fat Cυnts then?

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      nell says:

      Perhaps they need to adopt the American plan where the Schools Service is putting a Bill before Congress to have pizzas classified as part of kids 5 a day fruit and veg!

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    • 292
      MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK son of COD says:

      In the context of. Doctor : “Hey you Jimmy you obese fatuseless doleite fucker, Git yer lardy arse inbred sweaty dumpling offspring over here” !

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  63. 240
    Anonymous says:

    above the Law ,above opinion ,and above all a Hunt, wot no ANPR cameras?

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  64. 247
    Chris Hoon says:

    Trust me, I’m a LimpDim and a family man.

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  65. 249
    British Taxpayer says:

    Guido

    Who pays for Chuka’s “astonishing 11 staff” FFS

    The predators of Hampstead and Primrose Hill no doubt

    Or Lord Levy and his generous suporters ?!

    Another fucking Labour disgrace…

    They always reach deeper depths…

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  66. 254
    Purser Prezza says:

    I came dancing last night Guido

    First time for a long time…wife was out at a charity ball…

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  67. 257
    Cherie Blair says:

    I am a shameless whore

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  68. 264
    Tory MP says:

    The CPS is waiting for the huhne-and-cry to die down before dropping the case, but this fellow Guido keeps bringing it back to everybodies attention.

    Be a good sport Guido, drop it and let the cnut go free – he is a Cabinet Minister, you know.

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  69. 270
    nell says:

    You know I have to confess for the first time in 30 odd years there isn’t a decent party leader to vote for.

    militwit is an idiot of the highest order – a schoolboy with a schoolboy’s childish behaviour

    cleggie is a rampant manic europhile that would sell us all down the river so that he could have that highly paid eu job and pension just like the kinnochios

    and cameron sadly is spineless. Nice man but …………………

    And yes I know that farage is a hero but sadly he doesn’t have a credible electable UK party to offer us at least not yet.

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    • 273

      Time to form a new party:

      None of Them

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        annette curton says:

        I’m getting on a bit in years, a bit too old for the Wolfie Smiths camping out at St Pauls that point their arrows at the wrong targets, does ‘None Of Them’ mean anarchy?, but then it seems we have already got that.

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    • 284
      annette curton says:

      My comment is awaiting moderation again, Democracy?, don’t you just love it.

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      Tessa Tickles says:

      “he doesn’t have a credible electable UK party to offer us at least not yet.”

      Well he needs to pull his finger out. What’s he waiting for?

      I’ve had a brainwave. Farage needs funds. So UKIP should sell “freedom shares”. In the event of a UKIP victory, we stop being fleeced to the tune of £13.3 billion each year by the EU, and each “freedom share” you bought from UKIP pays a dividend based on the money Britain doesn’t give the EU in our first year of independence. Plus, you get your original investment back.

      So, 500,000 freedom shares are sold at (let’s say) £30 each, raising £15m for UKIP, which uses the money to win the election, defeating the liblabcon scum. We leave the EU, and after one year the share owners get their money back plus £13.3billion (minus £15m) divided by 500,000 .. £26,600 each. I think. Per share.

      The shares-issue alone would be great publicity for UKIP.

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        nell says:

        I’ve never joined a political party in my life and I’m not going to start now.

        But I like your idea of shares for UKIP to help them raise money. And whilst I might not vote for them when the time comes if they’ve no chance of winning here I might still be prepared to buy shares in them to given them a helping hand.

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        Some Geezer wot's seen dirty tricks in his day says:

        If such an offering of shares, in what seems to be a windfall to those who will invest in it, isn’t done according to Kashrus 100%, it’s liable to turn into the kind of prosecution the authorities WILL undertake, and they won’t futz around for months on end. Every jot and tittle will be scrutinised for the most technical of errors. After all, can’t have another Madoff who made off with all the loot, can we now? And if it’s not amenable to prosecution as a securities fraud, they’ll trump up some sort of running-an-illegal-lottery charge or some other equivalent nonsense. In any event the money will be frozen, and the cost of defending the suit will become prohibitive, thus guaranteeing that a settlement will be reached which will return tuppence in the pound to the original investors. (OK, maybe not that small an amount, but it’ll surely feel that way.) In this way, whatever solid good ideological points UKIP may have, they will be buried in the public’s mind beneath the perception that the party were just a bunch of sharpies who railed about how The Perfidious Continentals Were Out to Carve Us Up whilst they were doing the same to their own people. UKIP may wish to take a kip on this one.

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    Anonymous says:

    Plod by name and plod by etc,etc. Will we get to find out whose been holding things up? Is he a member of any special organisations?

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  71. 274
    Dead ringers says:

    Has anyone ever seen Gordon Brown and Susan Boyle in the same room?

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    • 278
      Tessa Tickles says:

      No. But has anyone ever seen Gordon Brown and his wife Sarah in the same room?

      Within the last year, anyway.

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        nell says:

        I read a few months ago that she had left him because she couldn’t stand his intense black moods. It didn’t say where she’d gone and whether she’d taken her boys with her

        And since then she has been seen in public with him once or twice notably at funerals where, for a man who is only just knocking 60, you have to admit he looks ancient.

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          MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK son of COD says:

          She’ll turn up with Chris Huhne !
          He seems to be “Master of the Hounds”

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          Nicholas Cage says:

          Nell as a youngster of 48 the number 60 fills me with terror please refrain from using it again
          When I was 32 I was in a relationship with a 17 year old
          This may pulled a 23 year old
          60 in 12 quick years “head in hands*
          Nothing to look forward to other than a cup of tea,a biscuit and not pissing my pants twice a day

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          • nell says:

            You have quite the wrong idea about 60! I’m not quite there yet but close and enjoying life!

            Don’t judge we nearly 60 year olds on gordon for crying out loud! Life begins and all that….

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          • MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK son of COD says:

            “What Wood doesn’t float” ?

            Natalie !

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          • Anonymous says:

            On the bright side, you can name yourself ‘L’ in two years time. I have 8 months to go, the missus 5. Not sure if I’d want to be 21 in this clusterfuck and am glad that we can afford to support our son as he grows up.

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          • idle oldie says:

            48 years old? You lucky thing
            Only another 18-20 years working and you can get your state pension.

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          • nell says:

            Idle Oldie – that’ll be if it’s worth having when he gets there!

            Don’t forget about pension black holes!

            Mind if he’s a public sector worker with a gold plated, end of salary pension he has no worries!! It’s only the rest of us that are going to struggle with energy and food bills!!

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      Nicholas Cage says:

      ave black maria

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    Ooh matron! says:

    I never knew Basher Al-Assad has such a camp voice. :-D As being gay is not accepted in muzbot culture, I wager his violent regime is a symptom of some unresolved internal torment he’s been struggling with.

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  73. 281
    donnkeymule says:

    As Swift said many a long year ago, the law is like a cobweb, catches the flies and lets the hornets through

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    MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK son of COD says:

    Message to Saif Al Islam !
    Brush up on your Koran mucker !
    You’ll be meeting Mohammed , Sooner than you think !

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  75. 310
    Michael Heseltine says:

    Britain will join the euro

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  76. 313
    MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK son of COD says:

    Ken “Hush puppy” Clarke on 5 live at the mo
    advocating his latest idea to create employment , by making prisoners do work
    like packaging goods for M@S Can you imagine a gang of drug addled pervies, who spend 23 hours a day in their wank pit’s, packaging ladies underwear in a prison enviroment ? Also Ken you fuckin stupid old duffer , If the packaging is to be done for a couple of quid a week by prisoners , THEN M@S WILL SHUT DOWN THE FUCKING PACKAGING FACTORY THAT’S DOING IT AT THE MOMENT COSTING THOSE PEOPLE THEIR JOBS !

    time to put him out to grass !

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      I don't need no doctor says:

      You mean the factories in eastern europe and the far east? They earn less than the prisoners in this country!

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      The Paragnostic says:

      Agreed – then he can do more jazz programmes for Radio 4. This week’s was proper good.

      How many countries have a Justice Secretary who presents jazz on the radio, ffs?

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    nell says:

    http://www.kurat.com/links/italy-and-greece-debt-crisis-how-long-before-the-grey-dictators-march-on-london-daily-mail?&stream=greek-crisis-0

    Just to be depressing on this foggy November Sunday evening one of the Greek commentators on Twitter has just asked when the grey eu dictators are going to be marching on London.

    I have just responded on behalf of ordinary folk everywhere that we already have a grey government kowtowing to merkel so if it happens we probably shan’t notice the change!

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      nell says:

      Hannan needs to join forces with Farage they’d be unstoppable.

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        stun says:

        UKIP’s ideas are getting more mainstream but are totally unrepresented in any of the parties as they stand. Something’s going to blow. All very well for these students and public sector eedjits to demonstrate in the cities. I can’t stop working in order to try and make my opinion known, and also I live in a rural area – only 45 miles from London but 90 minutes on the train (Hastings line) and £25 off peak. Can’t really see #OccupyTunbridgeWells catching on, unfortunately.

        Getting more pissed off as time goes on.

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  79. 342
    Inconsistency monitor says:

    If justice delayed is justice denied, what is justice doled out ahead of trial by a blogger with an axe to grind and an imperative need to give the windowlickariat what they want to hear because unique visitors = advertising £££?

    Just curious.

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  80. 344
    Huhne is a Huhne says:

    Rumours circulating in Westminster bubble

    Clegg met with CPS today to discuss when it would be a good time to bury bad news (well the rest of UK would call it good news not bad).

    Huhne charges to be announced 14:00 Wed after PMQ’s

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  81. 347
    Elgin's lost his Marbles says:

    To fail to prosecute a case where the evidence warrants it on grounds of the status of the alleged wrongdoer might be misconduct in public office, which carries a maximum life sentence.

    One might hope that the craven civil servants in charge of this file would remember that. Private prosecution anyone?

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  82. 356
    Kinnock is a Huhne in disguise says:

    Let’s get the Kinnock numbers in the spotlight.

    1. How much has the Welsh gobshite and his gobby wife got from the EU in
    – expenses
    – pay
    – expected pension pot from EU for both of them

    since leaving (more like booted out) the UK government.

    Don’t think there will be much change out of £10M before the pensions aspects. So if there was ever was a reason to leave the this graveyard dodger wasteland (EU that is) then this should be on the front page.

    Waste of skin

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  83. 371
    nell says:

    Here we are worrying about cameron trivia and in Tahrir Square Egypt, as we write, people are dying. The army is firing on peaceful demonstrators with live bullets and there are appe@ls out for Dr’s and medicines.

    In Greece and Egypt, Syria and Italy prospects for democracy look grim don’t they?

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  84. 375
    nell says:

    http://aggbot.com/International-News/article/15399275

    If cameron thinks he’s going to sell this stitch up he’s arrived at with merkel to the electorate he’s not very bright and likely to be dead in the water come 2015.

    Not a hope in hell.

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      Nicholas Cage says:

      You take him seriously? (+:

      Look how tough Gaddafi was with a bayonet up his back passage

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        nell says:

        Actually I do.

        I think the tragedy of what’s happening in the EU and the way that merkel has, unopposed, sold out democracy to dictatorship, in I t a l y & G r e e c e, is that cameron, cleggie and militwit don’t realise what a fundamentally serious challenge it is to the fabric of europe@n unity that was built at such cost over two world wars.

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      stun says:

      “Berlin is taking a relaxed view on this, because any changes to the directive would be decided outside the treaty negotiations”

      Arghh.

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        nell says:

        ‘Berlin taking a relaxed view’

        Hmm if trouble kicks off in It a ly and Gr e e ce because of their loss of democracy I don’t think the german hausfrau, warm, cosy and well fed in her Ber lin palace will be so relaxed then.

        In Gr e e ce particularly the Dictatorship she has put in place is taxing energy leaving the elderly and vulnerable unable to pay their heating bills. They say they will cut off anyone who can’t pay up.

        Many of them are going to end up without heat for winter and possibly food.

        Local Councils in Gr e e c e are making legal advice available free for anyone threatened in this way by central government and are also coordinating vigilantes to go out and protect households from energy officials trying to cut off their supplies.

        That look like a challenge to dictatorship do you think?

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  85. 380
    Man Boobs says:

    Was it Ant or was it Dec
    Who had boobs behind his vest

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      The Paragnostic says:

      Taken together, they’re a pair of tits anyway.

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      • 404
        Which is Ant and which is Dec? says:

        Tell you what. after all these years i still have not got a clue which one is Ant and which one is Dec. and i would say that goes for 99.999999% of the viewers.

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  86. 384
    nell says:

    I wish I knew how to copy and paste twitter comments.

    The army has put snipers in Tah rir Squ are Eg y p t and is mowing down demonstrators wanting democracy.

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  87. 393

    Presumably, they can still be thrown?

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  88. 395
    Gordon Brown says:

    I’ve got the X Factor.

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  89. 396
    EU is a Huhne says:

    2% budget increase in line with inflation.

    Under which way whatever is this meant to be a cut in the EU budget. Any muppet knows in negotiations you ask for more and then roll back.

    UK budgets have been cut by 20%, EU budget has stayed flat.

    – No cuts
    – Still messing around every 4th week pissing it up in Strasburg
    – Still paying the Kinnocks
    – Still got Clegg on the pension leash (can’t say anything against the EU or else he loses his pension and his missus gets the sack).
    -CAP still not reformed and we Bliar gave up a rebate on this
    -Managing to fail to protect significant interest and selling out en masse to the Chinese (this will come back to hurt us big style)
    – Huhne pencilled in to take over from Ashton
    – Uddin parachuted in to audit the EU accounts
    – Still we’ll all be laughing when WW3 kicks off should sort out the unemployment rate but disability pay may rise somewhat.

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  90. 398
    Flat lance says:

    Why do cucumbers cause the burps?

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  91. 399
    Mark Oaten says:

    Chris is full of shit.

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  92. 400
    Nicholas Cage says:

    See how it is close to English?

    I look forward to welcoming them, then planting a boot on the back of N at redshields neck

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  93. 405
    Nicholas Cage says:

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  94. 407
    Jimmy says:

    “Given that Ms Pryce now has no penalty points on her licence, it can be assumed she usually drives at, or below, the speed limit.”

    Then there was no need for the Hitler on Sunday to recreate the journey.

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    Nicholas Cage says:

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    nell says:

    I don’t think people realise how serious it is that in E g y p t & S y r i a tonight people are putting their lives on the line fighting for democracy and yet in the EU Merkel has casually killed democracy in I t a l y and G r e e c e without a thought!

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  97. 415
    Brian Norgate says:

    if you think the CPS are bad the Electoral Commisions are worse – Chris Huhnes agent is owed over 10k and losing many pounds a year on interest.

    Eastleigh lib dem councillors wont pay the money owed to the agent as they say its all been spent on Chris Huhnes general election spend which the Electoral Comission have investigated with a Blind eye regardless of the information they have been supplied

    Eastleigh Lib councillors are recorded as saying ask huhne for the money
    spent on his campaign, we wont pay it or take out a loan to repay the money,
    its only money spent on a General Election which will set a standard for future
    General elections for wealthy people to buy their Parliamentary seats.

    Eastleigh Lib dems accounts have not had a robust audit by the Electoral Commision and the Electoral Commission have failed to answer written questions, even with the Lib dem accounts supplied to them by former lib dem supporters.

    The Electoral Commission found Chris Huhne should not have declared 5k as national spend but money spent on his own campaign, funny Huhnes agent
    says she spent about £300 under the limit so that must put Huhnes election spend over the legal amount if the Lib dem accounts supplied to the Electoral commision are correct.

    its interesting to note that Huhnes election spend included aged leaflets and target mail at 0.001p each, that stamps have been donated as a gift in kind without giving the quantity of the stamps declared, thats a great precedent for future campaign funds.

    The auditors of the lib dem accounts are known and have not been spoken to by the electoral commision,

    People have been calling Buff Huhne here for a long time, Now we have Buff Huhnes defence for the Electoral Commisions the next time a PPC finds an agent with 10k+ to lend them for their election spend interest free which hasnt been repaid with in two years

    Thats far more important than the speeding offences which Chris Huhne admitted and actually said openly during the 2005 General Election in Eastligh

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  98. 425
    Snot up the Snuffer says:

    Wait for the lezzer and ask her what she sees in Huhne must be his personality as his dick is as big as a pidgeons and his magnetic personality which diverts speed camera photo’s to mingers.

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    • 427
      Polly Toynbee's dried-up vag says:

      Hello Tat. How’s your mum coping?

      Is she well? Or is she rotting in Hell?

      Your mum’s corpse. Rotting. In Hell. Forever.

      Just checking. Tat. Don’t cwy. Don’t cwy tat. As your mummy rots in the ground.

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  99. 440
    The 12th Imam says:

    But on the other hand, they’re still allowed to text “Death to Infidels! Allah-u Akbar!” They will be REQUIRED to do so, before long.

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  100. 441
    Viva says:

    The Socialists have lost the Spanish election

    “Partido Popular (PP) received 6.6 million votes (37.34%) in yesterday’s regional and local elections in Spain. In contrast PSOE received 4.9 million votes (27.8%). The election results now make the PP the largest political force in traditional socialist strongholds such as Sevilla and PSOE has lost significant support in Asturias, Baleares, Castilla-La Mancha and Extremadura.

    The PP has effectively won in all of Spain’s autonomous regions except for Asturias and Navarra. In addition it has won an overall majority in 3,304 town halls compared to PSOE which has won an overall majority in just 1,858 town halls.

    Yesterday’s election results have been an undisputed disaster for the socialists”

    Partido Popular (PP) received 6.6 million votes (37.34%) in yesterday’s regional and local elections in Spain. In contrast PSOE received 4.9 million votes (27.8%). The election results now make the PP the largest political force in traditional socialist strongholds such as Sevilla and PSOE has lost significant support in Asturias, Baleares, Castilla-La Mancha and Extremadura.

    The PP has effectively won in all of Spain’s autonomous regions except for Asturias and Navarra. In addition it has won an overall majority in 3,304 town halls compared to PSOE which has won an overall majority in just 1,858 town halls.

    Yesterday’s election results have been an undisputed disaster for the socialists

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  101. 452
    Anonymous says:

    Stunning investigative journalism there. ..

    She could only have been the one caught speeding… if she had been speeding.

    hmmm.

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    • 454
      Anonymous says:

      Stunning analysis here…

      To have driven that distance – on those roads – at that speed – she would have to have gone through tens of speed cameras. Yet she just got one ticket.

      Try again, old son.

      hmmm.

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    • 455

      Stunning analysis here…

      To have driven that distance – on those roads – at that speed – she would have to have gone through tens of speed cameras. Yet she just got one ticket.

      Try again, old son.

      hmmm.

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    • 456

      Stυnnіng аnаlysіs hеrе…

      Tо hаvе drіvеn thаt dіstаncе – оn thоsе rоаds – аt thаt spееd – shе wоυld hаvе tо hаvе gоnе thrоυgh tеns оf spееd cаmеrаs. Yеt shе jυst gоt оnе tіckеt.

      Try аgаіn, оld sоn.

      hmmm.

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      • 459
        The Paragnostic says:

        I reckon they should do a Top Gear challenge on that route. Clarkson in Huhne’s nazi staff car (I think it was a BMW) vs the other 2 in whatever Vicky P was using on that day.

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  102. 457
    Tommy says:

    Re watching quadrophenia just reminds one how pathetic current day youth protests are.

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  103. 461
    joescotus says:

    morley,devine ,chaytor fucking shrimps, get banged up… udin, smith fucking whales get off scott free shower of corrupt bastards smarmy shit face hulne is going to escape utter c*unts

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  104. 467
    albacore says:

    Welcome to the Cartel LibLabConYa.
    You can check out anytime you like but you can never leave.

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  105. 468
    albacore says:

    Uh oh! Look out, look out, there’s more racists about.
    And even the witch-finders ain’t safe any more.
    “Tanzanian-born Lord Dholakia, a former president of the Lib Dems, said: ‘I have spent almost 30 years in the race relations industry.”
    Erm, industry???
    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2064132/Labour-lord-plays-race-card-ban-expenses-peers-claimed-nearly-200-000.html

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    • 476
      THE SHERIFF is a N...ER says:

      10 years ago it was the biggest growing “industry ” in this country !
      There was a radio show about it and it was admitted that the easiest way to make money ,ie gain government funding or charitable status was to jump on the race band waggon and black contributors who were doing it , admitted there was not even a problem ! just easy money !

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    • 478
      Well it's a thought says:

      So they are being racist about about a group that is supposed to have the highest morals in the land, doesn’t say much for the ones complaining them , fancy joining a racist group like that.

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  106. 469
    dr. sipp says:

    couldnt someone ask huhne—was he driving–YES/NO?

    if he dithers–GUILTY

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  107. 479

    The journey is difficult but not impossible …but I’ve been thinking about this and the thing is. If she drove to the LSE from the DTI then she must have driven into the DTI in the morning and then she MUST have crossed the congestion charge zone (newly introduced the month before?). Therefore if the car was in central London on that day as Huhne claims …unless she left for the office at 5 in the Morning then there MUST be a computer record of whether or not she paid the charge or paid a fine for not paying the charge and maybe even some CC camera recognition data. Therefore … all you need to do is check Vicki Price’s bank statement and the CCharge data (and I wouldn’t be surprised if records aren’t kept back that far) and bingo …?

    By the way Johanna Yeates cat is really cute but sorry … it’s still not enough to make me sign your petition for the death penalty…

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  108. 480
    I hate Blue Labour says:

    Can’t remember another case where the CPS spent so long looking for a way to avoid prosecuting.

    He’s guilty, we all know it. Now arrest the worthless toad.

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  109. 481

    You sad lot. I told you months ago, a deal has been done, he is NOT, repeat NOT going to be charged. The problem is how to drop it without the press picking it up.

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  110. 483
    Voice of Reason says:

    Whatever way you look at it, one of them is lying and is guilty of perverting the course of justice.

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  111. 488
    tory bear's latest boyfriend says:

    isn’t another key feature of UK law is that somone is innocent until proven guilty?

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