May 9th, 2012

Good News and Bad News for May

With judges throwing this one out, Abu Qatada will be out of the UK soon. But the likes of Cooper and Bryant won’t be letting the day cock up go away now it is confirmed…


  1. 1
    Just do it! says:

    Stick him on a plane now!


    • 8
      What a difference a day makes says:

      I would have thought the Home Office employs some of the best lawyers in the land and I doubt they got it wrong.

      But that will all be forgotten now.


      • 11
        V1le Labour ruined my Country says:

        About time too. Bryant has been sharing Tom Watson’s underage rentboys, Big Mac, Dogger and Whiffy so he’ll probably be careful in what he says now!


        • 12
          Ivor Biggun says:

          Calendar, schmalendar – ta ta ta ta Qatatatatada is all that matters…


          • yeah, right.... says:

            Truly the end justifies the means.

            And, hopeless as the Home Secretary may be, she should brook no gloating from La Cooper and Bryant. They were both in the government which had seven years to deal with this case and achieved nothing.

            Talk is cheap, etc etc..


      • 17
        Monsieur Le President Mitterllande says:

        Best lawyers in the land ??

        Don’t even think about it .

        I was in ” Civil ” service for nigh ten years and I can assure you the higher up the chain you looked the more inanely incompetent everybody is . Even ” gifted amateurs ” would be far too complimentary an accolade .

        More ” Buggins Turners ” than “Useful Idiots” !!


        • 42
          Engineer says:

          What went wrong?

          Only a few decades ago, Britain had one of the most efficient and competent Civil Services in the world. However, I have to say that my experiences somewhat confirm your findings – there are some very intelligent and decent people in the Civil Service, but collectively it would struggle to run a whelk stall nowadays.


          • Sir Hump says:

            I resemble that remark– at least the “efficient and competent” and “very intelligent and decent” bit– but who gets hired and fired is a political decision, Minister, and one which the voters have reposed full faith and confidence in your ability to make.


          • su says:

            I read this whilst chewing on a brazil nut.
            Just managed to avoid death.


      • 34
        Iloathlefties says:

        Get out of the EU HR Court and let us have our Country back. Qatada should be on a plane today. Our politicians are frankly…………. less than useless!!!!!!!


      • 103
        Terrible But True says:

        ‘I would have thought the Home Office employs some of the best lawyers in the land ‘

        A topic, oddly, that did not come up as the nail-scratching voiced, single brain cell Kay Burley set up ‘your reaction?’ soft balls for Labour’s Mr. Khan to knock back and fro.

        I hold no brief for Ms. May, but our media’s determination to get daily scalps is making them pretty risible as sources of sensible news.

        I doubt BBC was any different.


      • 164
        Pundit Too says:

        Good grief Guido you need a lesson in Brussels realpolitik to not realise that we presented Brussels with a get out of jail card. They could now save face by stating May was wrong while denying Qatada an appeal. Win Win situation by Brussels standards. Please try and keep up and positive.
        Do you not realise the Bryant & May linkage? Or are you just too young?


    • 37
      jgm2 says:

      17:05 direct LHR – AMM or, if you want to keep a bit of cash in the country, then send him on the 20:20 BMI flight. TODAY.

      Make it so.


    • 62
      AT last some good news says:

      The only reason he can be deported is down to Mrs May. Unlike the useless Labour lot she went to Jordan and negotiated the torture stuff one to one.

      If Bryant had even the slightest amount of humility he would recognise that. And she can hardly be blamed if the legal advice she was given by her staff of what 30 days is was wrong.


      • 112
        yeah, right.... says:

        From the Telegraph…….

        The firebrand will remain in the country for up to a year because he will now resume a separate legal challenge against assurances that he will face a fair trial.

        Not giving up are they? Even yooman rights lawyers have big mortgages and school fees to pay, dontchya know?


        • 172
          Expat Geordie says:

          I understand that one of the benefits that he will be claiming is a free flying lesson. He is to be taken up to 10,000 feet and thrown out of the plane without a parachute. If he learns to fly before he hits the ground…


    • 97
      Anonymous says:

      Will they send ALL his family with him or are they to continue to live here on benefits?


      • 107
        roy says:

        Why don’t the Jordanian secret service just come here and whack Abu Qatada like the Americans did with Osama Bin Laden? You can’t take chances with terrorist harbouring states like Pakistan/UK


        • 146
          Billy Wizz says:

          if our chaps can put a man in a bag in a bath, padlock and then clean the entire bathroom so there are no prints of anyone at all. And still get an inquest to entertain the idea he might have done all on his own we should be able to wack the beared twat and make it look like one of his many jealous killed to evil shit?


        • 152
          Business Cat (Specializing in yarns, Cdn owned & op) says:

          You wish.


      • 116
        yeah, right.... says:

        Take a wild guess…..


    • 127
      Sir Barrington Minge says:

      Taxi for a Mr Qatada?


    • 158
      Teresa May Not says:

      The firebrand will remain in the country for up to a year because he will now resume a separate legal challenge against assurances that he will face a fair trial.
      So says the Telegraph.


  2. 2
    ArthurFauxsake... says:

    Terrible news..


  3. 3
    Andrew Efiong says:

    It’s not her fault.

    Time to sack the blundering civil servants behind this, strip them of their pension rights and give them a one way ticket to Jordan!


  4. 4
    JayKay says:

    While excellent news of course that this preacher of hate and supporter of terrorists is finally out of here, the ECHR were never going to admit they had the time limits wrong – even if they did! Too much pride at stake and May is too unimportant to the trumped up judges of Strasbourg


    • 115
      National Socialist says:

      He hasn’t gone yet…


      • 144
        jgm2 says:

        Stick him on the plane. Claim you didn’t know anything about any app*eal. Nobody informed you. Letter got lost in the post. Staff had all knocked off at 3:45. Whatever.

        Shame. Can’t be helped. Lessons will be learned.

        Job done.


  5. 5
    Fuck em says:

    Fuck what cooper and co says, our parliament is meant to be sovergin!!!

    those C-unts over the water should keep there nose out of our buisness!


    • 28
      Wendy Bendy says:

      Dream on. The members of the said Parliament signed away our freedom long ago, the spineless, pig-ignorant, stealing bastards that they were – and still are.


      • 47
        Call me Dave says:

        But as you know I have made a CAST IRON promise for a referendum in the event that any further powers are devolved.


    • 169
      Anonymous says:

      The way to achieve that F em is to ignore them & do what is necessary for the good of this country.


  6. 6
    Baron Hogwash says:

    There is a boat in Dover ready for him – he can row himself.


  7. 7
    nellnewman says:

    Amazing to see a common sense decision out of Strasbourg. But good news nonetheless.


    • 150
      doggy says:

      I think they sensed the mood of the country and decided to throw us a scrap to shut us up for a while.


  8. 9
    Jimmy The Cripple says:

    The European Human Rights should not be applied to terrorists or evil criminals.


  9. 10
    Bitch says:


    • 30
      Marmite says:

      Go change your shitty undercrackers Bryant. How much do the Leiber party pay the uncivil servants to b*lls up things for the Government?

      They should all be sacked – they can always get jobs at that b*stion of propriety, The Ga*di*n.


    • 61
      This man is just pants says:

      What’s so embarrasing for May?
      It could have happened in any month Chris you hunky y-panted babe.


    • 69
      jgm2 says:

      It only took May two years to get the job done.

      How long (and how much) did you spend doing fuck all?


      • 96
        will says:

        the conservatives should shove him on a plane and remind the electorate that they did it unlike useless labour and state how much the human rights lawyers got paid for dragging this out and what chambers. go have some guts and the tories will get votes


      • 102
        Fish says:

        Man in underpants bombed again


    • 104
      Nom Dom Nom says:

      I recommend you go on a fact finding mission to Iran. I’m sure the public will be happy to pay


    • 117
      Even more embarrassing for Labour though says:

      Well it took your lot 13 years to do fuck all Chris so I wouldn’t crow too much !!!


    • 148
      Gaydar says:

      Not as embarrassing as posing in your Y fronts and touting for casual gay sex.


  10. 13
    Qatada's Legal aid law team says:

    Money for old rope.


  11. 14
    The responsible opposition says:


    • 24
      A balloon waiting for a prick says:

      Yvette… “Policing is under pressure like never before. “


    • 33
      Marmite says:

      Silly, stupid c*w. I would value her judgement more if she wasn’t m*rried to that bug-eyed tw*t.


    • 65
      Mrs Balls takes after her hubby's name says:

      ‘Labour MPs will be supporting them’

      Will they all be drunk then Yvette mon petite ami?


      • 71
        jgm2 says:



        • 129

          What always amazes me is that nobody at the BBC (irony) seems to point out that:

          Armed forces always “need” more money for stuff, yet never have the right stuff at the right price.

          Security/ spooks always “need” more powers/ more secrecy/ more immunity from oversight/more powers of surveillance over the public, preferably expensive electronics.

          The police “need” all of the above.

          Yet none want to economise like the rest of us are having to.

          And before I get outraged bleating, I know from experience about two of the above, and no I do not have my own sports bag and range of ladies clothing, but hey, everyone needs a hobby to help unwind after a long day.


    • 66
      The Crime Factory says:

      They can always try Greece


    • 78
      jgm2 says:

      Is anybody getting fired?

      Is a single plod losing their job?


      • 100
        Crime is good for Plod says:

        I think you will find the recent trend in Tweetcrime is the plod carrying out a job creation scheme.


    • 110
      Fish says:

      Yes Yvette.

      If you and your husband had not set a bad example by dodging your Capital Gains Tax, perhaps there’d be a few moore ££££’s around to pay for more coppers.

      Hypocrite. Tax dodger.


  12. 15
    eyes down for Match of the Day says:

    DANIELLE Lineker keeps an eye on her bulging assets – as they try to escape from her Grecian dress..


  13. 16
    Anonymous says:

    Get the camel shagger to Heathrow NOW. Hope they cut his balls off in Jordan- for starters


  14. 18
    fuck off politicians says:

    Bet the arrogant insufferable cow put her poppy on expenses.


  15. 19
    Gadfly says:

    Nigel Farage cocked-up but then deleted this tweet.


  16. 20
    legal crook says:

    that 3 months time table, as far as I know has never been tested. The times have always been the 6 months from an external court to the ECHR. As the ECHR takes the position that it’s interpretation of everything is the defining decision, you cannot win.


  17. 21
    robert moorhouse says:

    So, does that mean that the work that was done to get the necessary assurances to satisfy the ECHR regarding torture did the trick?

    Good, now can we please get the rest of the extradition process right or will his lawyers come up with something else.


  18. 22
    The Court of Public Opinion says:

    Take the bastard for a bungee jump off the top of Finsbury Park Mosque. Noel Edmonds to officiate.


  19. 23
    Large John was aware says:

    Farage tweeted that Q had won and May should resign.

    Then deleted.

    P1ssed again ?


  20. 25
    Donald says:

    Put Nigel Keith Anthony Standish Vaz on the same plane.


  21. 26
    ffs! says:

    It’s still a bloody fiasco. May should have just deported the c’unt and stuck two fingers up at the EU.

    Spineless and useless.


    • 154
      Defending the indefensible says:

      So get him on a plane QUICK! Send all his defence lawyers with him too!


  22. 27
    Rootar says:

    Presumably the obnoxious little toe rag is already on a plane to his beloved homeland ?


    • 31
      nellnewman says:

      Well his Mum will be pleased she has been campaigning to get him home to jordan to face justice. Obviously he’s not very popular with her either.


      • 41
        Marmite says:

        I just hope that vile man takes his wife & kids with him. Why the hell should we support them? Q was and still is an illegal immigrant.


        • 85
          yeah, right.... says:

          I gather that at least some of his children were born here. So guess who gets to pay for ther upbringing whilst they nurture their hatred against the imperial kuffr dogs etc etc ad nauseum


        • 170
          Anonymous says:

          I suggest that in order to comply with the requirement of the HR act that he is entitled to enjoy the right to family life we should send the lot of them with him to Jordan.


    • 50
      Steve Miliband says:

      I think Gordon is in Aba Dhabi

      Eye Spy MP ‏ @eyespymp
      Yesterday: flying to Abu Dhabi, in business class of course, Gordon Brown.


      • 68
        nellnewman says:

        Ah another lecture tour by a dimwit exmp to a witless international audience who don’t understand a word of his mangled english as he explains his ‘how to spend your way of debt’ beliefs.


        • 91
          jgm2 says:

          It must be a bit of a laugh for these feelthy reech ar*a*bs.

          Wasn’t it Gadaffi who used to book pop stars to come and sing at his parties for a million quid for a two hour gig.

          ‘Shafiq, Ben-Ali, look, I bet I can get that fucking Imbecile Brown to waste two or three days of his worthless life for only 20,000 Rials. We’ll tell him we’re having an ‘Open Government’ conference or something’

          It’s the global equivalent of ‘Dinner for Schmucks’.


          • Ivor Tapeworm says:

            Business Class? Gordon knows fuck all about business. Or clsaa, for that matter.


      • 87
        annette curton says:

        Does Abu know that he’s in his Dhabi.


  23. 29
    nellnewman says:

    Other Good News for cameron is that hollande says he will only be meeting him briefly on his trip to London. Given that he is gordon’s double in France and clearly very rude and rough around the edges in much the same way gordon was, cameron will be relieved.

    I liked the bit where hollande says we treat the eu like a self service restaurant. He has to be kidding the food in some of those places, especially france, is awful!


    • 55
      jgm2 says:

      Unlike the French of course who treat Europe as an….. a la carte restaurant. Yes, I would like zis subsidy, zis subsidy and zis subsidy and I would like that man over there dressed in lederhosen to pay for eet.

      Fuck off Hollande.


      • 90
        sockpuppet #4 says:

        It would be really great for them to organise this “growth” package. And then say “none for france, you’re not poor enough”.


    • 56
      Jane Birkin from Paris says:

      Late on the evening 6 May there was a private jet booked from Tulle to Paris.

      Guess who has got the bill?

      Les socialists sont arrives.


    • 59
      Engineer says:

      There’s also an element or staggering hypocricy from Hollande with his ‘self-service restaurant’ jibe. The French are not really noted for their full compliance with EU regulations – if it doesn’t suit them, they just ignore it.


  24. 38
    Nom Dom Nom says:

    What a lovely coat in the photo. Reminds me of some old Sanderson wallpaper my Grandmother had


  25. 39
    #freethebexleyone says:



  26. 40
    Homo Office says:

    Word is top lawyer at HO is “retiring early”


  27. 44
    Ah! Monika says:

    This Poppy thing is getting totally out of hand.


    • 64
      Rinka Scott says:

      Why am I paying serious money for a Home Secretary who appears to have no attention to detail?

      Perhaps Brodie Clark was right abour her all along


  28. 46
    peech imspediment says:

    What’s a seal doing in Russian arctic combat gear.


  29. 49
    Lord Effingham says:

    Well Teresa, is the bastard on a plane yet? No? Why the fuck not??


  30. 54
    The Guardian says:

    We have evidence that Mr Qatada’s phone was hacked and will be lodging an appeal with Lord Leveson.


  31. 70
    TOWIE says:

    What’s all this about Abu Qatada and Jordan, has he sh*gged her?


    • 80
      Ah! Monika says:

      He’s hoping the Court Of Human Rights will rule against it.


      • 95
        annette curton says:

        F’s sake not fresh grounds for another appeal.


      • 98
        annette curton says:

        F’s sake not fresh grounds for another app*al.


      • 101
        Nom Dom Nom says:

        She is white though but not vulnerable


        • 147
          Maximus says:

          She plays bridge?!?


        • 149

          Having had all of that plastic surgery, pathetic look-at-me z-list celebrity life… not vulnerable? Savagely mentally unbalanced, more like. Repeated from a post the other day (with credit to Magaluf Engerlander)

          Mate of mine sha.gged that Jordon the other day. He found out two things:
          1) she isn’t anywhere near as baggy in “that” area as you would think, and
          2) Madame Tussauds’ security have NO sense of humour.


  32. 73
    Ladbrokes says:

    We have opened a book. On the exact time the plane takes off.


  33. 74
    Marcus Aurelius says:

    Cameron omni shambles makes John Major look like Maggie Thatcher. The 1922 committee should speak for England now and do its duty.


  34. 75
    Priced out of the market says:

    Clinton’s house of cards has collapsed.

    Not surprised though. Why buy a card for £5 in one of their stores when you can buy the same for 25p down the road?


  35. 82
    Joss Askin says:

    Can the c’unt take a planeload of muzzies with him when he fucks off back to the middle ages?


  36. 89
    Worried from Brierley Hill says:

    how can Tom Watson claim to be a socialist with a 44″ waist

    Watson has been eating someone elses portion as well as his own


  37. 92
    One out all out says:

    One Australian cricketer and one mad mullah. Not a bad day for deportations at all.


  38. 105
    Jimmy The Cripple says:

    The Europe*an Court of Human Rights should not be applicable to terrorists or evil criminals.


  39. 106
    Huh? says:


    • 126
      Backstairs Billy Vague says:

      My pork sword too if he like!


    • 135
      Newsnight says:

      I am sure Flanders would have liked to be asked first


    • 151
      Some Geezer wot isn't going to go hog-wild about this Tweet says:

      One would hope he’s referring to “Pork Barrel” politics. Any other interpretation, short of inviting Gideon over for a roast pork in place of lasagna, requires industrial-strength mind-bleach in copious quantity.


  40. 109
    Goodbye...enjoy the trip and the warm welcome awaiting you...... says:

    Flight leaving Heathrow 8.20pm tonight for Amman…make sure he’s on it…


  41. 111
    Qatada Anthem says:


  42. 123
    Steve Miliband says:

    I was looking for an overpriced ‘good luck finding a buyer’ card. any ideas where I might buy one?


  43. 124
    National Socialist says:

    Can’t remember such a bad day for muslims living in Britain.


  44. 130
    annette curton says:

    Why does that fledgling Alien spawn keep missing Camerons mouth?,


  45. 136
    genghiz the kahn says:

    May the farce be with you.


  46. 156
    I don't need no doctor says:

    If any apology is required it should come from labour. Cooper, Bryant and the rest of labour are just parasites.


  47. 157
    50 Calibre says:

    So Abu Qatada is on his way, is he? In your dreams!

    He’ll still be here living on UK taxpayer funded benefits for years unless anyone in the Government has the balls to stuff him and his entire family, plus all the hangers-on, into a Jordanian Air Force transport plane and get him the hell out of my country. I’m not holding my breath for that to happen anytime soon!!!


  48. 161
    Stand Up says:

    A Muslim dies and by some error in handling ends up in heaven. He`s stopped at the Pearly Gates by St. Peter who says sorry, but we don`t allow Muslims into Heaven.
    “What?” replies the Muslim, “and why Not?”
    “Well, we just don`t!”
    The Muslim starts complaining and drones on and on until St. Peter gets fed up.
    “Look,” says St. Peter, “have you ever done anything good in your life?”
    “Ummm” the Muslim replies. “Let me think. Yes, the other day a lady stopped me on the street collecting for a children`s charity so I gave her ten pounds. Last week I donated ten pounds to the Cancer Society and a couple of weeks ago a tramp asked me if I could spare any money so I gave him ten pounds too!”
    “Alrighty” says St. Peter “sounds good. Wait here and I’ll have a quick word with God.”
    Five minutes later Peter returns and says to the Muslim. “Right. I’ve spoken with the Boss and we have agreed on a neat way out of this. Here`s your 30 quid back, now fuck off!”


    • 166
      JH says:

      Have you noticed what utterly joyless lives hardcore mussies seem to lead?

      The only thing that seems to satisfy them is when pig dog haram kuffars are being slaughtered/wronged in some way. They don’t seem interested in music, comedy, high culture etc, just the ramblings of their fucking stupid book celebrating a paedo.

      Apart from that they’re fine.


  49. 163
    Bin laden lokking at allah wearing a I LOVE ISRAEL t shirt thinking "what the phuck" says:

    Kiddy fiddling is a legal tool to wage war on the infidel crusaders


  50. 165
    Anonymous says:

    Noticeable that the Poison-Pixie, Yvette Cooper, has immediately endorsed the ECHR’s bogus claim that the Qatada appeal was lodged “in time.”

    After one of their apparatchiks told Qatada’s lawyers that he still had time to appeal, the ECHR was hardly likely to rule otherwise.

    Voters may also notice which side Labour is on, in this whole business.


  51. 167
    Fleas of a Thousand Camels says:

    He has taken the piss for far too long he needs putting on an RAF plane tonight and hand him over to whatever the country of his birth has planned for him….About 9 hours in a Hercules will fit the bill


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