February 22nd, 2012

Huhne Speeds Past Trouble

See also: Is Huhne a Psycho?


33 Comments

  1. 1
    Sam says:

    He is going down!

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  2. 2
    Ah! Monika says:

    he’s not too good spotting cameras either

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  3. 3
    Drop a daisy cutter on the BBC says:

    You should have zapped him with your camera flash as he went past!!

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  4. 4
    Cynical-old-bag says:

    How the mighty have fallen!

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  5. 7
    Legal: Sue Brown says:

    The Huhne is a pathological liar and a nasty piece of work.

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  6. 8
    Rh- says:

    “Is Huhne a Psycho?” should read “Huhne IS a Psycho!”

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  7. 12
    Jane Birkin of Paris says:

    Who the fuck is this Isabel Oakshit person and what is she doing in the corridors of HOC?

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  8. 14
    Legal: Sue Brown says:

    The Hoon should defect to the psychotic Labour Party. What a bunch of nasty, lying, self-serving bullies they all are. I will never vote Labour ever.

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  9. 16
    Taxfodder says:

    Here’s a preview Chris….enjoy

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  10. 17
    Some Geezer wot thinks Huhne's tilting at windmills says:

    Was Isabel Oakeshott singing this, I wonder?

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  11. 18
    Shit happens says:

    why are all Labours Pilgrims fat and fucking ugly and all those that wish bad things on Mrs Thatcher (God bless the ground she walks on) Fat ugly and fucking stupid

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  12. 20
    Tuscan Tony says:

    The idea of anyone passing Guido in a corridor without some sort of pilot craft to assist the manoeuvre is unimaginable.

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  13. 23
    not a machine says:

    I didnt give ed quite as much improvement as press did , and his line about it being Daves poll tax moment , contained an interesting possibility , ie you mean if the british people ever vote for you again , you will not reverse it and put it up in your time in office ……. tra laaa

    For the most part I only ever think of Andrew Neil as being meanist tootenist TV journo , In an interview with Adam boulton , he too seemed very thoughtful on dead war reporter , citing she wanted the bad people to face justice , then he added an almost throwaway line “we musnt lose that sort of journalism” which reminded me of so many things of journalism when i was a young lad . There was freedom of the press , in that journailsts were on less of tight reign on certain subjects , they earned there trust with the audience and not from spin opps .

    I would think before labour or libs start attacking Mr Lansley on NHS competetion , lab in particular should consider what there own , internal market polices have done , i can name a number of sugeries where the best aptitude has not been recognised , where certain nursing functions have not spread into evening surgeries , and quell suprise some pharmacologists pick and choose .
    professional competetion has never really done much , which i suppose is where the argument is , but equally some things have never been responsible either in long term care . What you always hope competition will do is provide important information , mostly on treatments , but ultimately attitude resides in there as well . it may be that some competative groupings are just too small to make any difference , but I do not doubt that some new ways of working and organising will save money and improve lives , but again I would not forget that labour have been running a very conflicted internal market for some time .

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  14. 24
    MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK son of COD says:

    Or he was going so fast he didn’t see her !

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  15. 27
    EddieBoPing says:

    I think you will find it wasnt him but his wife. Allegedly.

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  16. 29
    Anonymous says:

    I saw Huhne today at Goodge Street station around 1 pm, to say he had a face like a smacked arse on him would be putting it lightly.

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