May 11th, 2012

Bryant Apologises to the House

After Guido brought you the news that Bryant had apologised to Lord Justice Leveson for his leaky ways, yesterday he apologised to the House:

“On a point of order, Mr Deputy Speaker. On 25 April, I told the House that the Leveson inquiry had published certain information regarding meetings that had been held between Rupert Murdoch and the Prime Minister. I believed at the time that that was the case, but it has subsequently turned out not to be true. I have, of course, apologised to Lord Justice Leveson, but I thought I should take this opportunity to apologise to the House as well. I hope the apology will be accepted. I had no intention of misleading the House; that was purely inadvertent.”

Naughty boy.

Eagle eyes blogger Alex Andreou has picked up at least one extra meeting revealed in Coulson’s evidence yesterday, but it seems the Cabinet Office amended their “full” list last December to include the New York meeting. It’s all rather vague though…


34 Comments

  1. 1
    Jay says:

    He should be taken outside and shot !

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    • 5
      Ian E says:

      Or better still, don’t take him outside first. Pour encourager les autres, you understand!

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    • 27
      The rage inside says:

      Bryant has a permanent scowl on his face, he must very very angry , all the time.

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      • 30
        Handycock Capo di Capo Portsmouth says:

        Parliamentary Standards Commissioner, I wish to report Chris Bryant to you for conduct unbecoming of an MP, for being a Poofter and for displaying himself in his underpants on the internet. Boaz.

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        • 31
          Parliamentary Standards Commissioner says:

          Thanks Handy. I will seriously investigate these allegations and report back in six months that I do not have the powers to investigate. I understand that it may upset you personally that he is a Poofter but I must warn you now that I do not think that it is within my remit to investigate this, unless of course, the Grand Master instructs me to, after you have prompted him to. Jahbulon.

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  2. 2
    Anne Drecks says:

    He has something of the Tony Bliar about him.

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  3. 3
    I fucking hate the bbc says:

    A cotho

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  4. 4
    The voice of unreason says:

    Captain Underpants strikes again!

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  5. 6
    Legal Crook says:

    Leverson should have struck him off the list of privileged persons. But Leverson has NOT, why not? Apart from perjury it must be the most serious misdemeanour.

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    • 12
      jgm2 says:

      I never really understood folk getting all excited about ‘perjury’. Of course people are going to lie in court. Particularly if they’re guilty.

      You might as well convict every person who pleads ‘not guilty’ who is subsequently found to be 100% guilty of ‘perjury’ for good measure. Corrr, not only did he kill that chap but he lied about it too!! In court. I’m shocked I tell ya.

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      • 13
        jgm2 says:

        A bit like the wholly manufactured offence of ‘contempt of court’. How are you supposed to take some be-wigged buffoon seriously. Talking down at everybody like some officious fucking headmaster. Who died and made you king of the world?

        Contempt? How are you supposed to feel when confronted with such costumed tom-foolery?

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        • 15
          Legal Crook says:

          Leverson has now given concrete reasons why he should not be taken seriously as he has not barred Bryant.

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          • My understanding is that for all intents and purposes, that IS what happens – you get a lesser sentence if you plead guilty, therefore the tariff IS increased if you don’t.

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          • Stonegate Intl says:

            Bryant should have asked his husband for advice as was done in the past for foolish women.

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        • 28
          A Bloke Of A Certain Age says:

          I have nothing but contempt for a legal system which refuses to deport terrorists and those who wish us harm. Are they seriously suggesting anyone to think otherwise ?

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  6. 7
    Disgruntled Sheffielder says:

    He should apologise for being on the planet then go out and shoot himself. Obnoxious git

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  7. 8
    Jacqueline Dromey says:

    Join me in my faux apology :)

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  8. 9
    Mrs. Angry, Oldham says:

    He’s a smug git

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  9. 11
    Brass Eye says:

    Insipid little shit

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  10. 16
    Mustava Crap says:

    your Mr Ed say me to vote for him and he give me all i want forr free.

    you mr dave say to me vote for him and he give me all i want for free

    so if i vote for both will i gett two lots of what i want

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  11. 17
    I don't need no doctor says:

    Bryant is a spiteful snitch. Nothing like a labour liar.

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  12. 19
    I don't need no doctor says:

    It was interesting to see who supported Ed Miliband when he visited Southampton and Birmingham during the council elections.

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  13. 21
    I don't need no doctor says:

    Ross Hawkins of the BBC has just reported on Leveson. All about Cameron and Osborne, not a single word on Blair, Brown, Whelan and Campbell.
    The BBC, utterly biased against the tories.

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  14. 25
    Anonymous says:

    CNUT

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  15. 26
    Terry McCann says:

    Saw QT last night, saw Bryant sporting a lovely village idiot haircut.

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  16. 32
    Anon says:

    At the Bryant wedding in the HOC, one of the Millibands was there and one was not.
    Bryant is not a member of the shadow cabinet.

    One has to wonder.

    The speaker is even smaller in person that he looks on TV, and Harman is even more annoying than she is on TV.

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  17. 33
    Fatùrd Watson says:

    Watson made money out of the Leveson whitewash!

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