June 13th, 2012

Leaked Tory Crib Sheet of Planted Hunt Questions

Watch out for the loyal comrades…


60 Comments

  1. 1
    RED ED - SON OF BROWN says:

    Where’s my blank thyeet of paper ?

    • 8
      Anonymous says:

      No more lifeboats left on EU Titanic

      Nigel Farage – Rearranging the deckchairs is not enough:

      • 19
        ConcernedUKcitizen says:

        The information that was overlooked during John Major’s stint at the Leveson Inquiry yesterday was HOW Murdoch demanded Major( and the Tory Gov’t) should change their stance on Europe. Major very cleverly avoided that (was Jay primed not to probe that further?) as it would have probably exposed that fact that he did, in the end, bow to Murdoch’s demands.

        I believe Murdoch to be pro Europe, pro the UK submission to Europe and ultimately the UK’s submission to full political and fiscal European Union. He obviously doesn’t care much for soveriegn states.

        Why might that be do you think?

        • 25

          I think you are wrong.

          Murdoch has always been anti big state.
          Why do think the luvvies hate him so much?

          • ConcernedUKcitizen says:

            I think you are wrong.

            When the EU Project began after WWII as a part of The Marshall Plan, and right through to 1989, Europe was a USA bulwark against statism in the guise of the USSR and Warsaw Pact. It was Libertarian project. Even so, European nations had far more mixed economies in the 60s through 80s than today. Now it has members of the Warsaw Pact as members, and since 1989 it seems to have moved increasingly towards an ever more rapacious Libertarianism which now threatens to destroy it much as it seems to have economically and socially destroyed the USA… either that or it’s been a very elaborate contrivance.

            Just bear in mind all the Libertarian Political Correctness over extent decades, and just look at how the EU’s economies and Britain’s have almost been turned in to “cabbage patch economies”… little “metal bashing” (except in Germany), erosion of armed forces etc. etc. Does this remind you of anything from last century’s history? It should. Does any group figure in this at rates which directly reject the statistical Null Hypothesis?

            Who was Murdoch’s mother?

          • Major was and still is, an EU Federalist says:

            Murdoch has always been firmly anti-EU. That is why the Sun has always been anti-EU. His own words ” If you want to understand me, read the Sun”.

          • Nigel Farage MEP says:

            Thanks for the reply.

      • 24
        Get out while we can says:

        Well said Nigel. You seem to be gaining more support in that EU parliament too.

    • 10
      The BBC are cunts says:

      • 58
        Anonymous says:

        Pathetic coughing! Feeble attempt to explain his deliberate use of a word that the NBC should sack him for using

    • 15
      Sky says:
      • 29
        Taxpayer says:

        I feel as if my bank account has been being hacked by the likes of Salmond for some years now.

        • 47
          V1le Labour ruined my Country says:

          Yes and mine too! It would be a real shame if those Olympic Zil lanes for the more equal people were blocked with broken down juggernauts, skips, piles of rubbish and rubble and slow moving cyclists. Government of the people by the political class for the political class.

          • Anonymous says:

            1) The Scottish Government doesn’t have control over income tax, national insurance or VAT. The only tax they can influence is Council Tax, which has been frozen for years – unlike some of those Westminster taxes.

            2) What have Olympic lanes got to do with the Scottish Government?

            Honestly, the sooner we have independence the better – if nothing else it might spare us from the bizarre nature of political discourse down south.

  2. 2
    Well says:

    Labour are nasty lying shits

    Hows the hunt for those peky WMD`s going?

  3. 3
  4. 4
    Mike Hunt says:

    They all sound quite reasonable questions, especially the ones referring to McMental and his team of thugs.

  5. 5
    Steve Miliband says:

    Does my honourable friend agree with me that when the Euro area fails and our economy worsens at least our media will report it without influence, apart from the Beeb obvs

  6. 6
    mar45 says:

    Well well what lying opportunistic bullies Labour are. And Balls has the nerve to say flashman to DC. What a joke they have turned this into

    • 13
      Aerobubble says:

      Here! Here! They just can’t get over the fact they can no longer pulls the strings and are wasting Parliamentary time by this sour grapes hypocrassy

    • 52
      Anonymous says:

      Im hoping Labour continue to make fools of themselves on a regular basis, nobody watching their dire performance could seriously want any of them near Government ever again. They were so pleased with themselves as they stood outside Greggs clutching their carrier bags,future leaders, i dont think so !

  7. 7
    Selohesra says:

    Lets hope they all still use these questions just to highlight the farce of this ridiculous charade

  8. 11
    Gonk says:

    Does My Honourable friend agree with me that if Chris Bryant emits anymore trampsweat or becomes even more oily he will slip down a crack in the palace flooring and disappear into the London sewers. Or not. Isn’t it.

    • 33
      Marmite says:

      I think Bryant’s grubby underpants should be worn on his lying head, so that he can look more f**lish than he already does.
      He’s nothing more than a dirty little fecker.

      • 53
        Anonymous says:

        This is what amazes me, the likes of Watson and Bryant having the nerve to stand up and accuse anybody of wrong doing, when they wrote the book themselves!

      • 60
        Mandy says:

        But I do like him

  9. 12
    Labour Liar says:

    More plants than Kew Gardens!

    It won’t be long until Gordon Brown appears and swears under oath that Labour never use techniques.

    • 18

      My client would remind you all, as he said under oath,that he never ever met Rupert Murdoch. Or anyone connected with the newspaper industry.
      He never read a newspaper, saw a front page or a colour supplement pull out.

      Further, he never met anyone who had read a paper or seen a television and if their ever was such thing as the British media, that he was unaware of it.

      William Quango QC.
      Quango-Carter-Thruppence-Cliffy.

    • 26
      Gordon Brown - with that weird jaw movement when they jiggle the broomstick up his arse says:

      Weren’t me guv!

  10. 14
    Fish says:

    What a tosser Cable is. He was the main cause that all of this trouble landed in Hunt’s lap and he fails to support his coalition colleague.

  11. 16
    Breaking@Leveson. says:

    Salmond tells Leveson he believe’s observer hacked his bank account.

  12. 17
    For those who missed it... says:

  13. 22
    Marmite says:

    What is wrong with Tories asking scripted questions? I’ve never known a Leiber MP ask a question that wasn’t written down for them.

    Mind you, as Leiber are as thick as pig shyte, I’m surprised they can read at all.

    By the way, Chris Bryant is on at the moment spo..uting off with his usual venom & spite. Now he is a feckin l..i..a..r..!!

  14. 27
    Andy Coulson says:

    I had nothing to do with this at all.

    Better ask Baroness Warsi for a comment !

    • 35
      I feel so 'cohesive' these days. says:

      Mmmmmm the spicy one. Does anyone know what first attracted her to the Labour-supporting Abid Hussain as a business partner?

  15. 30
    An Open invitation to the BBC says:

    A warm welcome awaits you and all your shit stained colleagues, here at the top of Mount V. It’s life changing!

    • 49
      Ah! Monika says:

      Is that THE Mount of Venus? It certainly is life changing, particularly on the first assent.

  16. 32
    Popeye says:

    Are you suggesting that one of those “honourable” Lib/Dems leaked the Hunt paper or a loyal Socialist civil servant?

  17. 34
  18. 37
    Ah! Monika says:

    Scotland’s First Minister Alex Salmond tells the Leveson Inquiry into press standards that his bank account was accessed by the Observer newspaper.

    Is The Observer any relation to The Guardian?

  19. 39

    Hattie’s Leveson statement:

    “oh what a lot of big words! It’s all too complicated for pretty little girlie head to deal with. This sounds like men’s talk. I don’t know who was involved or spoke to someone or how anything works.

    I think it would be better if you spoke to my husband.”

  20. 42
    Goron says:

    Great start by Murray. Come on ANDY!!

  21. 43
    stevetierneyuk says:

    Parties plan what they might say in parliament?? Surely not??

    SHOCK. HORROR. PROBE.

  22. 45
    Tay King-dePisse says:

    Scoring points, that’s all any of this ever is; “I know you are, but what am I?”
    Cameron and Miliband as teenagers:

    Ask him whether he agrees he ought not beat his wife, as long as you’re at it, FFS!

  23. 50
    alan whittle says:

    The new issue of Notes of the boarderland magazine, issue 10 is now out, check our website for further details
    http://www.boarderlandmagazine.co.uk

  24. 51
    Jimmy says:

    You do realise they didn’t give you that to publish.


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What’s he been doing FFS, mining bitcoins?


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