June 19th, 2012

Public says No to Politician PCCs

New figures show the public don’t want politicians taking up roles as police commissioners. Later today Policy Exchange will release the results of a poll showing that just 6% think politicians would make good PCCs. With Labour having a remarkable change of heart about the whole policy after realising they would win most of them, what’s the worst that could happen? This could get very embarrassing… 


  1. 1
    Anonymous says:

    Prescott should be inside that cop shop with the door firmly locked behind him.

    Bread and water twice a day – that’d get the lard off the fat smug c’unt pdq.

    • 19
      The Public have spoken says:

      I seriously cannot think of anyone outside of obvious convicted criminals that would make a worse Police Commissioner than John Prescott.

      • 31
        chriselee says:

        I thought Prescott was supposed to have retired.He’s had a lifetime of nice little earners,why doesn’t he take all his money and f*ck off somewhere a long way away.

        • 64
          Forkbender says:

          He’s a politico, will this job just meaning preening themselves on the idots lantern, fronting enquiries and going to lunches but not actually in the act of catching crims

    • 24
    • 26
      The Irresponsible Left says:

      They had an interview with a Labour and a Conservative candidate on PM yesterday.

      The Conservative candidate obviously very knowledgeable on the subject detailed how he would reduce crime in his area working with all the different agencies (not just the police) to bring down youth crime as his most important task. Which makes perfect sense.

      The Labour candidate just ranted on about cutbacks in police funding and how he would wage a political battle to get more funding. And what’s more he didn’t even believe in the job he was standing for,

      So there you had one man who knew about crime and how people come to fall into criminality and had a plan to do something about it and another man who was only interested in the politics. It would be a crying shame if the political upstart won

      • 65
        Forkbender says:

        In that case shouldn’t guy be standing for parliament and he could put Dave right

    • 54
      Anonymous says:

      I honestly san think of a single politician that has sold his soul more than this fat useless northen C.U.N.T, and that is saying something…..

    • 63
  2. 2
    Penfold says:

    Yikes, corrupt labour politicoes in charge of the police?

    Now that’s a recipe for a coup d’etat, at the very least we will see a gross invasion and abuse of laws to silence political opposition.

    Prescott would make the KGB look like rank amateurs.

    • 14
      Lord Lardarse of Hull in the Head says:

      Lookee here Guido Fawkes, youse great Southern blouse….I’ll knock yer block off…..yer Tory Toff……(after I have eaten all the bloody pies first, let me at them)….I’ll ave youse and nut yer….what’s wrong with a bit of expansion in the middle…eh, eh?

      I suppose you likes all that fine dining nonce. Well all I have to live on is me working man’s Ouse o’ Lords pittance, yer bastard.

  3. 3
    John Adlington says:

    In which case they won’t vote for them. Isn’t that the point of an election?

    • 6
      MB. says:

      But the turnout in the election will be low even if combined with council elections. If a candidate can they get the party activists behind them then will not need much to swing the vote unless there is a lot of local bad feeling towards a particular candidate.

    • 38
      Weygand says:

      In Hull, if you stuck a Labour rosette on a donkey it would win any local election.
      Mind you, were there a choice between Prezza and the donkey, my money would be on the donkey.

      • 40
        Durr... says:

        + 1! I thought he’d bugger off once he was Lard. The Git.

      • 43
        W.W. says:

        But the election isn’t just in Hull, it’s in the East Riding of Yorkshire and Lincolnshire.

        So tubby will not be able to rely on his normal elctorate of inbreds and halfwitts.


  4. 4
    CCHQ says:

    Just goes to show that the public are once again mistaken.

  5. 5
    Aunty Matter says:

    What next Alistair Campbell in charge of razor blades?

  6. 7
    Widescreen2010 says:

    Makes you wonder what new jobs politicians will invent for themselves next.

    • 30
      Archer Karcher says:

      The gravy train is never ending for the parasite class.

      I am begining to understand what they mean by sustainability and political careers, they continually create jobs for themselves, so they can sustain themselves at our expense.

  7. 8
    tottenham chutzpah says:

    goodbye goodbye goodbye

  8. 9
    White Van Stan says:

    Why the hell would the public want more political interference in the Police?

    Look at what New Labour did to the Police – turned them into political enforcers of multi_culti doctrine and roadside tax collectors.

    We want less politicians, less public sector and less feffing about with things that are not broken.

    FFS why can’t they just back off?

    This lefty authoritarianism is all pervading now – the Lab / Lib / Con Party are virtually identical in their fuckwittery.

    • 55
      The Serpent stings says:

      BTW, it is FEWER politicians, not less politicians.
      Unfortunately politicians are capable of being counted and correct grammar indicates that for numerically quantifiable objects the right word for describing a reduction in the number of objects is “fewer.”.
      If the object to which you are referring is not generally numerically quantifiable, (such as a pile of sand) the word to use for a decrease in the object is “less”.
      Here endeth the lesson.

  9. 10
    Prescott says:

    And when I’m in bloody charge I’ll make sure that coppers are fit and not lard arses.

  10. 11
    John Prescott says:

    It is of that for the purpose of which having said before in terms of this because I have stated many times of that which hence must therefore yes.

  11. 12
    His Lardship John Prescott says:

    I have a reality-show lined up for when I do become a Police Commissioner– its title? “Life On Mars Bars.”

  12. 13
    Gordon Brown says:

    I wish England well in their match tonight.

    • 21
      Greg Dyke says:

      Maybe now the team is not so hideously white we can all celebrate the rainbow nation of England winning.

      Bobby Moore, Geoff Hurst – reactionary white colonialists who should be written out of English history.

      • 34
        BBC / Guardian Hack says:

        History should begin in 1997, with the new enlightenment brought to a grateful nation, by ten million cultural enrichers.

        • 56
          The Serpent stings says:

          Modern English history, known as The Decline & Fall of the Nation, should begin with the docking of “The Empire Windrush”.

          • non-visitor says:


          • Marmite says:

            From a child, I knew what the Windrush was and what that vessel contained. My dad said this was the start of us being s..w..a..m..p..e..d with im..m.ig.r.a..n..t..s.. and he was bloody well correct.

  13. 15
    Sandra says:

    Army destroyed – check
    Currency destroyed – check
    Free press silenced – check
    More EU control over the UK – check
    Political control of the Police – check

    And this is a Tory led Government is it?

    I have had enough of it – Cameron out – get a Tory in now.

    • 22
      Adam Werritty says:

      But it is nice work if you can get it

    • 33
      Penfold says:

      Assuming that one can find a “real tory” these days.

      • 51
        Jack Ketch says:

        Real Tories are people who don’t get enough sex.
        New Labour are people who get more sex than tories, but not always with their own gender.
        Old Labour are people who get more sex than most, although not always with their own species.
        Lib-Dems.OK, you can work than one out on your own.
        Cameron Tories get lots and lots of sex, mainly with themseolves.

  14. 17
    Frank Carson's ghost says:

    Is it true as a child you wanted to be an astronaut? I just wondered because I heard you’re obsessed with Galaxy and Milky Way.

  15. 20
    Tony Blair says:

    I’m friends with so many rich dodgy dictators, it’s hard to pick which ones to spend weekends partying with. Remember, when my critics claim no one did well under Labour, just mention me. I’ve done splendidly thanks to Labour.

    • 23
      Nom Dom Nom says:

      How do all these Dictator friends contact you Tone, given you don’t have a mobile?

  16. 27
    PC Prescott says:

    Ello ello wots going on ere then

  17. 28
    simon says:

    Well well well, what a surprise – lefty ‘comedian’ and banker basher has money stashed away in Jersey.


    • 29
      Ken Livingstone says:


      • 36
        Jimmy Carr says:

        I take my tax advice from Ken Dodd.

        • 61
          Trahison des Clercs says:

          These guys don’t seem to understand that we all know that their Tax Schemes are perfectly legal; that they have not broken any Law. What it is comes from the pure hypocrisy in attacking and sneering (at which Carr is an expert).

    • 35
      Penfold says:

      Don’t let ‘im vote….

  18. 37
    Anonymous says:

    Up here in Durham Labour could have selected a guy called Dixon for PCC. We are therefore spared having a giggle at Dixon of Dock Durham. Labour have selected a Hogg instead.

  19. 39
    I don't need no doctor says:

    Still waiting for,
    Ken Livingstone’s full accounts.
    Ed Miliband / Rudd, who was there.
    A policy from labour.

  20. 41
    I don't need no doctor says:

    Jimmy Carr is just not funny at all. Is that the idea?
    That other twat Michael MacIntyre, he isn’t funny either.
    What ever happened to real comedians? I walked into a bar and when uhhhrrrr, it was an iron bar. T.C. I went to the doctors, and told him it hurt when I coughed. Well don’t cough was the doctors reply. T.C.

    • 50
      Tay King-dePisse says:

      All right, we’ve all heard this one, too:

      “Two Joo’s walk into a bar. And why not? They’re the actual owners, FFS!”

  21. 45
    Jake says:

    So with a load of failed labour mp’s as police commissioners what is going to happen to the police when the ‘brothers’ are out on strike or a protest march?
    Are they going to be kept in the office as the parade goes past? and god forbid if they are nasty to any of the poor dears…
    Out of interest, concrening the MP’s expenses scandle – did anyone cross reference the claims made by Ed Balls with the ones put in by his Missus?

  22. 48
    Bugler Bert says:

    Prezza as a Police Commissioner????? Don’t be bloody silly – he has only one use for his brain; to stop his ears from fighting………….

  23. 49
    Geordieboy says:

    It is nothing to do with the prestige or love of the job, it’s power and money the very thing that many politicians crave.Give them more power and they are sure to abuse it.

  24. 52
    Socialism Ate My Future says:

    The whole proposal is just to create the illusion of “Democracy” whilst in reality we’re all Serfs to the cartel.

  25. 53
    MajorFrustration says:

    Not another gravy train for the political muppets to jump on to.

  26. 62
    Anonymous says:

    There is a much less deserving candidate than Prescott. The resurrected Michael Mates, back from the political grave and looking to hand out new watches to deserving (alleged ) fraudsters.


  27. 66
    Isaac Hunt says:

    Baron Fat Bastard, Lord Hypocrite. P.C.C.? My arse!

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