June 13th, 2012

Bercow and Bryant’s Hunting Leads to Fireworks

The Speaker sparked a furore in the House after refusing to ask Chris Bryant to withdraw his accusation that Jeremy Hunt is a liar. Bryant claims it was fair game as Hunt was mentioned in the motion though others do not agree:

The Tories weren’t in a mood to let Bercow off the hook, with Jacob Rees-Mogg hitting the nail on the head:

How many more decisions like this from Bercow will the Tories tolerate…

Video via @liarpoliticians.

62 Comments

  1. 1
    Just saying says:

    Apparently is was in order for the debate.

    Like

  2. 2
    Fucking midget says:

    BerHunt is a fucking piece of shit.

    Like

  3. 4
    SIR EVERARD PENIS QC says:

    Are we really suprised ? A gang of lying thieving clueless idiots
    calling one of their own a liar ?

    Like

    • 62
      Billy Liar says:

      SO, I don’t expect to wait very long for a motion on the Bercow.

      During the debate members can queue up to apply every non-Parliamentary term to him. It’s OK because he’s been named in the motion.

      Like

  4. 5
    Geek says:

    The Speaker is technically correct – if the motion ["whether he breached paragraph 1.2c (giving accurate and truthful information to Parliament"] says “John Smith is a liar” then it would be impossible to argue that he was if you could not state in the Chamber that he was!

    However, Deputy Speaker Nigel Evans has just given a more balanced response reminding the House of the need for “temperate language” – Bercow would have done well to be equally balanced.

    Like

    • 32
      Sally the slag Bercow says:

      Err no, you evil white male, I modernised John so he understands there is no need for this artificial tory thatcherite white concept of balance since labour speak for the whole country and not the posh boys from eton then labour should be able to say what they want. it’s freedom of speech isn’t it? if you don’t like it you should leave the country or complain on twitter where we’ll then have you thrown in jail for 56 days. #ignorethedailyFAIL #supportdemocracy #sallywinsagain

      Like

      • 43
        Peter Carter-Fuck says:

        Do you think you can wash some of the gypsy spunk out of your minge Sally, I can smell it from here.

        Like

  5. 6
    "Honest" Baroness Warsi says:

    “….leads to Fireworks”

    Bangers or sparklers ???

    Like

  6. 8
    SIR EVERARD PENIS QC says:

    Love the way the ProHunt lobby have buggered off and left him to the lynch mob

    Like

  7. 10
    Institute of Travel & Tourism conference says:

    Little John is probably in a foul mood because Sally has gone off to Barbados.

    Like

  8. 11
    Marmite says:

    I honestly believe that Birkoff has re..a..lly lost the plot. He is just a nasty Leiber loving m..a..n..i..c..a..l…bag of shyte, and so is his wife.

    Like

  9. 14
    annette curton says:

    Time the odious little dwarf got his P45.

    Like

    • 52
      Lou Scannon says:

      P22½, surely ?

      Like

      • 55
        Pundit Too says:

        He will become a lord on a platinum pension. All Speakers go this way as it is in their contract, so this poison dwarf will follow the last incompetent Speaker. Betty was the best of the last 3 by a thousand miles.

        Like

  10. 15
    Gordon says:

    Come on Murray! Do England proud.

    Like

  11. 17
    Shurdy Rover says:

    Shoot the lot of the scum! What an example to the country they are!

    Like

  12. 18
    Owain Glyndwr says:

    just been watching sky news had that bloke on that penned millitwats autobiography, he reckons that there is a move afoot to ditch cleggie and install cable as the next leader of libdems, talk about commiting political sewage pipe, I mean thats jumping out of the frying pan into a raging sodding inferno.
    This will happen at the next libdem love fest

    Like

  13. 19
    Old Troy Bigot says:

    Jacob Rees-Mogg MP for the 18th Century.

    He a good-un.

    Like

    • 39
      ENGLAND says:

      There’s a lot of things from the 18th Century that we could do with in the 21st.

      For a start, B£iar would have been beheaded in the Tower of London.

      Like

  14. 20
    Aunty Matter says:

    What I don’t get are the gutless Tories, when Vince Cable shot his gob off no one called for him to go, in fact he got the backing of theTories. The Tories have kept their gobs shut over Huhne and Laws for the most part.

    When the Tories need the Limp Dems they go MIA. Seems to me it’s time for Ca-moron to cowboy up and call their bluff, the Limp Dems are heading for oblivion and are trying to make themselves the party of professional opposition again.

    What I also don’t get with Camoron is why he gave Leveson such a wide reach, most phone hacking took place in the 13 years Liebore were in power, that should have been the limit of Leveson

    Like

    • 40
      BBC News says:

      You misunderstand. Murdoch’s power is now only a serious problem worthy of sacrificing press freedom and having the leveson witch-hunt now that Murdoch stopped supporting Labour. While he supported labour these stories weren’t worth pursuing for obvious reasons.

      Like

    • 41
      The Landlord of The Plough, Cadsden says:

      Yet another oversight?

      Like

  15. 21
    Old Tory Bigot says:

    Good lunch was it?

    Like

  16. 23

    As a hardworking MP who will struggle to get to Westminster by 11.30am during the Olympics.

    And one who will be incredibly inconvenienced by countless tourists blocking the escalator on the tube and delaying me by asking the way to the Equestrian Water Javelin, I move that this house vote on giving MPs double pay for the duration of the Olympics.

    Like

    • 34
      BOB coCROWch says:

      If you get an increase, my members will need another increase.

      Everybody aaaaaht !

      Like

    • 35
      Bob Crow says:

      Strike!

      Like

    • 49
      Mme La Tricoteuse says:

      Phew! For a minute there Sir William I thought you were going to demand another 2 weeks off.

      Like

    • 56
      Pundit Too says:

      Seeing that Bill Quango wants a raise for inconvenience in MP travel, I suggest that the MP’s only operate at night for the a period prior, during, and immediately after the Olympics.
      That should sort them out.

      Like

  17. 31
    avseer says:

    Jacob Rees-Mogg is always well informed and expressive, a pleasure to listen to my politician – if at times getting him to act on my behalf the way he is for a colleague is a long arduous task!

    Like

    • 38
      Ah! Monika says:

      “Why is it that so many people that became politicians claimed they did so to change the world…”

      Word for word @ 13 Tube

      Like

  18. 45
    I don't need no doctor says:

    Bercow Biased C*nt. BBC, well there you go.

    Like

  19. 50
    Sally says:

    I don’t like that Bryant though I’d give me one. I’ve seen him in his underpants and he’s seen me in a sheet.

    Like

    • 54
      Anonymous says:

      So has the rest of the country !

      Like

    • 58
      Sue, the first Mrs Handycock says:

      He wouldn’t want you, luv – although you look like a man, you haven’t got a cock.

      Oh wait a minute, silly me…… of course you do have a cock, he’s your hubby. And he’s a well-known closet gay he’s a cock that Bryant really would love to slurp upon.

      Like

  20. 59
    mystic hookie says:

    oops, sorry didnt realise this was a naughty children on detention blog. NICE Children dont hang around here and let these foul mouthed no marks corrupt your beautiful minds. They would be better telling Con-man Dave to resign his position now and save himself a lot of grief because there’s a runnaway train coming down the track and Dave is going DOWN or as they say in London DARN.

    Like

  21. 60
    Whippersnapper2 says:

    How many more hours of this awful p**f**h do I have to suffer on my TV screen? Seemingly the oik is on every day. I usually hit the mute button if I can reach it.

    Like

  22. 61
    John Bellingham says:

    On May 11 Guido reported

    “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.”
    Chris Bryant MP and wanker.

    Like


Seen Elsewhere

Comply or Die at Grauniad | MediaGuido
Labour Beats UKIP in South Yorkshire | LabourList
Mock the Week’s Weak Comedy | Nigel Farage
Can Jim Murphy Save Scottish Labour? | Guardian
There is Still Appetite for the Westminster Lunch | Jon Craig
Labour Turn Their Backs on Jewish Community | Dan Hodges
Chivalry is Not Dead | Laura Perrins
Jonathan Jones is a Tw*t | Iain Dale
Second Scotland Poll Suggests Labour Wipeout | Times
Paedo Probe Boss Urged to Quit | Sun
Keynesian Tories Won’t Eliminate Deficit | Tim Montgomerie


VOTER-RECALL
Find out more about PLMR


Zac Goldsmith: “The hon. Gentleman might like to know that today’s Guido Fawkes quote of the day is the one on drug laws that we have heard cited by a number of hon. Members.”

Mike Hancock: “I am delighted to hear that Guido Fawkes is talking about something other than me.”



“Digger” Murdoch says:

Is it just me, or is Nigel Farage just a top hat and a monocle away from being a Batman villain?


Tip off Guido
Web Guido's Archives

Subscribe me to:






RSS




AddThis Feed Button
Archive


Labels
Guido Reads
Follow

Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.

Join 1,554 other followers