April 18th, 2012

Step Into My Office

Sky’s Jon Craig reports that Labour are dragging their feet in arranging an office for George Galloway. He has taken up residence in the Portcullis House Atrium as spotted by EyeSpyMP last week. Lots of rubbish Gorgeous?



  1. 1
    Need to know says:

    Expenses will be high.

    • 34
      Cameron's Vichy Conservatism says:

      They could at least get him a couple of Pilgrims to help out

      • 95
        Media=Police=State says:

        Galloway is just what that bunch of self serving Shit houses need to keep them on their toes. Love him or Hate him, watch him destroy the USA senate committee. The guy is just what is needed to liven up the BLAND State Machine posing as the democratically elected. At least we will have a laugh instead of the current purgatory having to listen to the lies.

        • 109
          Brain dead bimbo says:

          I agree media. I thinks he’s right fit and so masterfully broody. He’s my kinda bloke.

        • 111
          misterned says:

          Why is it up to labour to arrange an office for him? They are not in Government and he is not a member of the labour party…

          If he is waiting for labour to arrange an office, I think that he will be in that atrium for a fucking long time…

        • 137
          Roll it out for everyone says:

          Thise arrangements seem fine to me. All MPs should have a simple table next to a handly cafe.

    • 42
      jgm2 says:

      A new sun-bed for starters.

    • 49
      • 83
        Grrr says:

        On the back of the sign it says ‘NO JOOOOZ’

      • 85
        A pragmatist says:

        Cameron missed an open goal at PMQs by not praising Gallahway for his indefatigability.

        • 99
          Media=Police=State says:

          Cameroon is a C-nt the same as the lasst C-nt Broon as well as his C-nt of a mate Bliar. Infact can any one tell me any one of them that isn’t. Thatcher was a C-nt,. got rid of Blue streak to by a multi trillion dollar Polaris system. If we only the knew the half of it, and Thatchers C-nt of a mate Murdoch would make sure we Never did. Maybe we might get a bit truth Now? If that other C-nt Straw gets a bit of Jail, and while the MET are at it can we reopen the CASH for Honours, Questions that Bliar was implicated in. Lets really see how Putrid the whole Political Class really are.

          • Anonymous says:

            You are very unpleasant, did those naughty words make you feel better ?

          • Yates.."Of the Yard" says:

            Don’t forget the Met..

          • anonymous says:

            don’t like it up yer Anonymous????

          • Rage Against the Political Elite. says:

            It is very unpleasant shining a light on the Political Class, Fu-king Stinks a lot, however The eloquence of the British language always makes me feel better.

          • Rage Against the Political Elite. says:

            Yates has been parked off to one side, however these latest arrests might just open a few curtains. The Rule of Law must be used to rid the British establishment of the Current RATS NEST.

          • Archie says:

            Wasn’t it harold Wilson who cancelled Blue Streak?

  2. 2
    Tuscan Tony says:

    Isn’t the arrangement of George’s offices a Respect job?

    • 5
      MrAngry61 says:

      Or possibly the responsibility of the Parliamentary officials?

      Anyway, why didn’t he just inherit the office of whoever previously represented Karachi West?

    • 6
      Racked off says:

      you would have thought he gets the office of the previous sitting mp..No?

    • 7
      jgm2 says:

      Presumably George’s office is that previously occupied by the Labour MP who quit/died/whatever.

      But it doesn’t surprise me at all that the spiteful bedwetters would be dragging their feet moving all their shit out.

    • 41
      Must get a pseudonym one day says:

      Allocation of office-space is just another way the pecking-order is maintained by the party whips – lots of MPs in lower-order offices will be scrambling for Marsha Singh’s old spot, leaving Gorgeous George with whatever’s left.

  3. 3
    Great British Public says:

    Gormless George – surrounded by all his friends and supporters.

  4. 9
    Jimmy says:

    He should just apply for the tory whip. Sorted.

    • 13
      jgm2 says:

      Are you a Labour masochist? It’s bad enough to lose a safe seat to ‘Respect’ I’d have thought. Even worse to lose one to the T*ries.

      • 26

        The way they are lead at the moment, they could lose it to Gary Glitter standing as an independent.

      • 40
        Jimmy says:

        It’s where he’ll end up anyway. May as well get it over with.

        • 45
          jgm2 says:

          Galloway? Join the T*ries? You should lay off the b*oze at lunchtime Jimmy.

        • 69
          Jimmy says:

          For admirers of the world’s despots such as yourselves it provides a natural home.

          • jgm2 says:

            For admirers of the world’s despots

            This from the party that was being funded by the soviets.

          • Jimmy says:

            For the last time, I’ll try and make this as simple as possible…

            Daily Mail. Real Life. Not the same thing.

          • jgm2 says:

            Guardian. Real life. Not the same thing.

          • Labour party. Real life when not on benefits but paying for them – not the same thing.

          • Famines and Firing Squads says:

            Socialism. Real Life. Famines and Firing Squads.

          • A Bloke Of A Certain Age says:

            Labour Politicians: Real Life. Millionaires and tax avoiders.

          • Don’t understand the Jocks’ position, now that they have performed the reverse ferret – surely the Tories were the Jacobites? Labour/ Socialists are , atheists, so now the One True Church (sic – and you would have to be to swallow ANY religious crap) can f.uck off as long as the Benneez keep rolling in, beer is cheep-ish and the Afghans keep up with the slimming powder?

            No long term plan then, or have I missed something, because I predict right now that Salmon(d) will do like his namesake and f.uck off upstream to breed when his Ponzie scheme, masquerading as Independence, comes to be paid for by Scotland and it’s citizens.

            Ah well, you could always join Greece, Spain & France in becoming a bitch of Greater New Germany – good luck with that “Strength through Joy” stuff.

  5. 10
    Jungle Jim says:

    Surely they can find him room in the local Mosque?

  6. 11
    nellnewman says:

    Apparently the last time he was an mp he spent very little time in the HoC.

    Perhaps the powers that be, based on his past record, don’t think he needs an office.

  7. 14
    Steve Miliband says:

    Looks like he’s struggling with a letter from a constituent

  8. 15
    apu coathanger says:

    I’m still here infidels.
    10 years you’ve tried to deport me.

    You chicken shit liberal twats.

    Do you think I’d give you ten years head start once i’ve decided to set off on a shooting spree?

  9. 16
    Q says:

    I do hope that the stuff he is throwing away un-shredded are all the postal votes from the same one address in Bratford

  10. 18
    Tooth fairy says:

    So the public were asked to pay and did pay hundreds of Millions of Pounds to build Portcullis house so every MP could have an office and there STILL isn’t enough to go round…. anyone would think MP’s have been allocated 2 offices 1 to work out of and the other to sleep in.

    • 21
      jgm2 says:

      Hopefully there’ll be enough offices to go around when the government gets rid of 50 (is it?) of the fuckers in the 2015 election.

      • 31
        Jungle Jim says:

        Any chance they could make it all 650 of the shits?

        • 44
          Tooth fairy says:

          Any time I have gone to my MP to complain about something al I ever got was a reply that regurgitated what I had told them or which I already knew. It does make one wonder what they actually do.

          • Cynical-old-bag says:

            Me too. The reply I got from my MP was sarcastic and patronising. I never bothered writing to any of them after that. We left the UK to live abroad.

          • Tooth fairy says:

            “We left the UK to live abroad.”

            Either extremely lucid decision or drastic measure for a crap reply to a letter from your MP!

          • a broad says:

            Perhaps C-o-B just wanted to hear some English language spoken by her neighbours.

          • Anonymous says:

            ” ….wonder what they actually do.”
            Blo*dy obvious! Fill in the the claim forms for ex’s & allowances & work out how to get their wealth increased.

          • Jungle Jim says:

            Dead right I’ve dealt with 5 MPs over the last 20 years and all have failed to impress. Their lack of knoweldge on the issue to be discussed and their total lack of any real people skills was amazing! The fact is that MPs are not subject to any of the job perfomance assesment processes that the rest of us have had imposed on us over the last 30 years says it all. Out of touch, lazy, and corrupt

    • 91
      Nigel Griffiths says:

      Dont forget we also need office space to entertain prozzies

  11. 19
    Some Geezer wot figures Labour doesn't like George "Go-Away!" very much says:

    But is he remembering to sort out the recyclables? (I know, this isn’t the caption contest; still…)
    (Jeez, he looks like a rough sleeper who’s had a shower and a set of new clothes, and is now being allowed to loiter in the Food Court at the Shopping Centre!)

  12. 20
    Cynical-old-bag says:

    I was going to say: Strangers Bar’s come down a few pegs, hasn’t it.

  13. 23

    If you look to HIS left (our right), you can see that Labour have at least provided him with a ministers filing cabinet.

  14. 24
    Gonk says:

    I’d like a job drinking coffee for 60k.

  15. 25
    Anonymous says:

    It is not Labour’s responsibility to find him an office. What made you think it was?

  16. 27
    Brain dead bimbo says:

    Gorgeous George tried his best to look menacing in the HOC today. I thought he looked quite attractive, and started to fancy him. Is there something wrong with me do you think?

  17. 33
    Heidi Alexander says:

    Did you see me at PMQ’s today? Up and down constantly. I had nothing to say – just trying to lose some weight.

    • 39
      Ed Ballzz says:

      Did you see me?
      I was windmilling like a traffic cop, standing on a high ledge, while people threw petrol bombs.

      • 53
        Kirkaldy and Fife MP says:

        You didn’t see me, like always.

        • 62
          jgm2 says:

          I was sure you’d be there today to moan about Cameron targeting you and Blair’s charity arrangements.

      • 57
        Maddog Mctwat says:

        I honestly think that Balls should be psychologically evaluated. His whole body language, including facial expressions, and continual stuttering loads of shite is extremely worrying. I think he needs sectioning under Section 2 of the Ment8l He8lth Act for his own good.

    • 48
      Bystander says:

      I thought you had one of those itches that laydees sometimes succumb to.

  18. 43
    David Cameron says:

    I hope to see many more Muslims in Parliament – inshallah

    • 52
      jgm2 says:

      The day you do they’ll most likely be heavily armed and going door-to-door like that Indian hotel.

  19. 46
    Bystander says:

    GG won’t mind – in fact he’ll love it – after slumming about like wot he has a chair is luxury, – and it keeps him in touch with his ‘public’ – and the ‘sympathy’ vote.

  20. 50
    Tooth fairy says:

    Is that DAC Paddick and Dave sitting at the other table, how did Guido miss that!

  21. 55
    Ad Executive snorting Coke off 7 virgins says:

    The blue advert to the left of him talks about the skin colour of all his voters!

    Coincidence? I think not

  22. 58
    jgm2 says:

    Re the second picture – he just needs the hat and he’d be the spitting image of Noddy Holder.

  23. 65
    Blacktar Bad Rash says:

    Inshallah George is a good role model


  24. 76
    Anonymous says:

    Not for Labour to decide. Galloway’s office should be allocated by the Palace Authorities, which means the Sergeant at Arms. Time someone told Labour to fuck off.

    • 79
      jgm2 says:

      The sargeant-at-arms? Would that be the same fuckwit that sanctioned the political arrest of an opposition MP?

      • 96
        To Be Fair says:

        To be Fair she did get held back from her Bingo night when the Cops came calling and it was a £25,000 snowball up for grabs .

    • 80
      Q says:

      mmm, Didn’t the electorate tell them that 2 years ago?

  25. 81
    When legend becomes fact print the legend says:

    Home Office in dispute with ECHR over whether or not Mr AQ right of appeal to Grand Chamber of ECHR expired midnight Mon 16th(Home Office) or midnight Tues 17th(ECHR)….when Home Office counted the number of days I ask myself did they take into account the extra day in February for 2012 being a leap year…Doh !

  26. 93
    TomTom says:

    So that’s how the Gangsters treat an MP from Bradford if they don’t win. I thought it was OUR Parliament not the property of Political Parties.

    Maybe The Speaker should get involved before Voters decide this Building needs the treatment V for Vendetta had in mind

  27. 94

    Tanker Strike- tanker driver’s strike.

    Don’t panic!

  28. 101

    Tan/ker Strike- tan/ker driver’s strike.

    Don’t pa/nic!

  29. 102
    smoggie says:

    George has rather cleverly made his point and Labour are looking like sour mingebags.

  30. 103

    Tan/ker S/trike- tan/ker driv/er’s st/rike.

    Do/n’t pa/nic!

  31. 106
    I don't need no doctor says:

    Brillo should interview Galloway and Blair together.

    • 115
      Peter Hitchens says:

      It will be funny when George of Mecca really gets stuck into the Eton mess
      We should leave the EU and join the UAE

  32. 112
    ToonBob... says:

    I thought George looked as smart as a carrot today at PMQ’s. How the f*ck did he keep a straight face when Dave congratulated him on his win??

  33. 113
    ToonBob... says:

    Anyway, on a more serious note……. Spain can f*ck off, never going back there……


    Spain King Juan Carlos sorry for Botswana hunt trip

    • 117
      Peter Hitchens says:


    • 131

      The royal family has recently been beset by a series of embarrassing news stories.

      His son-in-law, Inaki Urdangarin, has been questioned about a corruption scandal that involves claims that he used public funds to organise sports events. He has been suspended from taking part in royal engagements.

      The king’s grandson, 13-year-old Felipe Juan Froilan, was himself taken to hospital after an incident involving a gun. He shot himself in the foot during target practice outside the family home.

      So its not just our lot. Must be in the genes.

      Didn’t Spain fight a massively bloody civil war to rid themselves of the monarchy?
      Come to think of it, didn’t we?

  34. 114
    Hannibal from Carthage says:

    We have a Government who through direct and indirect taxes take close to 40% of our money yet are this week unable to correctly issue an extradition order compliant with rules they themselves have introduced.

    That Galloway has no office can hardly come as a surprise.

    • 119
      Casual Observer says:

      Isn’t Speaker Berk’s team responsible for the nuts and bolts of running the Westminster Bubble. Perhaps he’s too busy watching his dear lady wife on telly every morning this week…

    • 133
      fruitcake says:

      Yes, re-arrange the following: p!ss!ng Govt organize contest couldn’t a

  35. 120
    Casual Observer says:

    Isn’t Sp e aker Berk’s team responsible for the nuts and bolts of running the Westminster Bubble. Perhaps he’s too busy watching his dear lady wife on telly every morning this week…

  36. 121
    Anders Breivik says:

    What a Hunt, and I should know, I am one.

  37. 122
    Cato Street Conspirator says:

    What pettiness. Like him or loathe him (and loathe him), he’s got constituents to represent and should have an office. Gordon Brown has a spare one going.

  38. 124
    Francis Maude says:

    Here we go again.

  39. 125
    Ed Millipede Support Committee says:

    I love the bags of nuts on the Table. Party meeting is it?

  40. 134
    Biased Broadcasting Corporation says:

    BBC Newsroom gleefully telling the nation that Theresa May has almost certainly ‘got the date wrong’ on Abu Qatada deportation even though she has gone on and told them that their reports are incorrect. The words ‘traitors’ and ‘scum’ do not adequately begin to describe the BBC.

  41. 136
    Anonymous says:



    we can only hope and pray for the southern states to regain control over their countries affairs from the rich eu political elite.

  42. 138
    Anonymous says:

    How any one can vote for any of the 3 major parties any more is beyond belief.

    You know they will take you further into EU integration with Germany without a referendum don’t you. How many times will you let them stuff you?

    Don’t ever moan when they sign up to the next treaty ok?

  43. 141
    Peter Carter-Fuck says:

    At least he’s not nutting people in a bar. I wonder where he goes to pray?

  44. 146
    CatManDo says:

    GG is back to kick ass. The only guy to have the courage to tell the war mongerers in the US the ABSOLUTE truth. He will liven up politics where as Ken Livingstone if elected will grate on everybody’s nerve with his whiney bullshit!

  45. 149

    He has far more honour than the vast bulk of the creatures sitting in Parliament and I include the Cabinet and Shadow Cabinet.

    He’s also an infinately superior Parliamentarian.

    Which says a lot for them.

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