June 27th, 2012

Dave v Bryant – Round Two at Noon

When asked a question by Labour niggler Chris Bryant yesterday, Dave sulkily replied:

“The word I’m waiting for from him, because he introduced a point of order claiming that I had misled the House, is ‘sorry’. He has said sorry to everybody else… I think he has said sorry to the House in general but the person he accused of doing something wrong he’s not yet said sorry to. Until I get that apology, I think I’ll leave off the answers.”

With Bryant on the order paper for PMQs today, this could get feisty…


42 Comments

  1. 1
    Boom Boom says:

    It will be pants!

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    • 7
      Gordon (I saved the World) Brown says:

      Bryant is a sexual deviant and in a more civilised era would be inside. He would enjoy it in there.

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      • 31
        The Shrink (Dr.) says:

        Yeah, yeah… inside YOU, Gordon.

        We all know how your grubby little mind works!

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        • 42
          Gordon (I saved the World) Brown says:

          It’s warm and wet and ready. Thats why my name is Brown.

          (Actually it’s “chocolate starfish”)

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    • 25
      thongs for the memories says:

      Perhaps Dave’s answer will be brief[s]

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    • 30
      Fish says:

      I noted this at the time, but it is unlikely tht the spiteful and very wrong Bryant will apologise.

      Perhaps when he is next in a BBC studio, Brillo or someone should press him on this. I don’t suppose it will happen.

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      • 36

        No – Paxo much prefers really important questions like when it was decided to have a u turn on upping fuel tax from a junior minister- so much more insightful than “when ARE you going to apologise for wrongly accusing the PM, you pointless,shirt lifting little twat?”

        Paxo – two brains – but both of them with only the left lobes.

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  2. 2
    Aunty Matter says:

    Is he still wearing the same skidmarked knickers to pull a boyfriend then?

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    • 10
      Owain Glyndwr says:

      In some circles them skid marks are thought to be art, he may even apply for a grant from tate modern

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    • 12
      David Camoron (tackling the Big Challenges of today) says:

      Wearing skidmarked knickers in an effort to pull a boyfriend (in the hope that he’ll stick his willy up your bottom) is a core Conservative value, what what.

      Toodle pip!

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  3. 3
    Schards says:

    There seems a remarkable correlation between people who can potentially cause the PM some embarrasement and people whose question is selected for PMQs. Who decides this

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  4. 4
    Anonymous says:

    No Chloe Smith car crash interview? Never mind, Dave’s obssesion with gender balance seems to be working out ok.

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  5. 6
    les says:

    Sulkily?

    Bryant gets away with too much – it will only get feisty if Bercow sticks his oar in.

    Bryant should man up – if you get my drift.

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    • 26
      Anonymous says:

      I dont know why the likes of Bryant, Watson, etc are allowed such prominence in the Labour party. i know there is not much talent to choose from, but i would have thought they had better than those 2 toads somewhere !

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  6. 8
    Owain Glyndwr says:

    Bercow is shagging the one with stained underpants bryant

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  7. 9
    Synic says:

    Have you got your Wedding Invitation yet Dave? After all he’s one of your intended beneficiaries. (PS Samcam will not be welcome — we don’t want any women spoiling the boys’ fun day)

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  8. 11
    Anonymous says:

    Meanwhile:

    More than eight out of 10 of Unite union members who responded to a survey said their salary does not last until the next pay day.

    So live within your means, cut out the booze and fags and little Chardonnay’s presents.

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    • 14
      Socialists are morons (confirmed) says:

      Or, “80% of Unite members who responded to a survey are too thick to run their own finances so shouldn’t be allowed to vote.”

      And presumably the ones who didn’t respond were too thick to read the survey, so they shouldn’t be allowed to vote, either.

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    • 16
      Evil Landlord says:

      and cancel the Sky subscription, keep out the pub , stop smoking etc etc

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    • 17
      Synic says:

      Granny’s cash in jam jars on the mantlepiece domestic accounting system used to work a treat. But then the average Unite member has only got A* GCSE in maths, so can’t do the complicated division involved.
      Never mind, Uncle Mervyn will forge another £50bn this month, so we will all have nearly another £1000 each to spend.

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    • 23
      Anonymous says:

      This makes me laugh ! if your salary doesnt last until next payday,look at yourself.People want a lifestyle totally at odds with their income today.But they dont seem to grasp the fact that they cant affford it !

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  9. 13
    Anonymous says:

    is merkel the 2012 margaret thatcher? nein, nein nein? over her dead body?

    thatcher was deposed for her no, no ,no!

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/markets/article-2165314/FTSE-LIVE-Merkel-rejects-eurobonds-ahead-EU-summit.html

    the euro hasn’t long now, we all know its impossible to keep it alive even with a USE!

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    • 18
      Ken Clarke and Nick Clegg says:

      The euro is a wonderful currency and we should, nay must, join it as soon as possible.

      Wibble.

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  10. 19
    Irony overload says:

    BBC presenter Dan Penteado has been found guilty of £24,000 in benefit fraud.

    He co-presents a programme called Rogue Traders.

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    • 22
      Loungelizard says:

      That ‘ll be the next Program, Rogue Presenters. Checking out BBC staff Tax avoidance schemes.

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  11. 20
    annette curton says:

    In da’ house, Big Brother, soap opera, sit-com, voted off, the archers, perry mason, the hermit, tune in next week @ Today in Parliament, you will laugh, you will cry…

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  13. 27
    Whippersnapper2 says:

    This screaming pooftah is on my screen seemingly every day ….why is that, as he is a prize cnut? Perhaps he shagging some editor in the newsrooms.

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  14. 28

    Are we permitted to use the niggler word here?

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  15. 32
    Polly's Crusty Portico says:

    Don’t know about feisty. Faecal perhaps.

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  16. 34
    I love the FT says:

    Cameron’s answers should be brief

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  17. 35
    Peter Grimes says:

    That’s not a sulky response, it’s the proper treatment for an ignorant arsehole like Pants Bryant!

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  18. 37
    Jimmy says:

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  19. 40

    This Chris Bryant is a disgrace to Parliament. The people of Rhondda have disgraced themselves and Wales attempting convince us that they are open, trendy and diverse. Tommy Farr must be rolling in his grave.

    I thought that the people of Neath and Port Talbot were bad enough by electing Peter Hain, the imposter who was twice rejected by the the discerning voters of Putney.

    The tribal voters of Wales are making themsleves a laughing stock by allowing themselves to be used by the Labour elite into electing these clowns to Parliament.

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  20. 41
    Anonymous says:

    The bloke’s an embarrassment to Parliament – he should have been kicked out when it came to light he’d been posing in his underpants online.

    No doubt one of the usual trolls will scream homophobia, but it’s not an orientation thing, it’s about behaving in a manner appropriate to being an elected official.

    How anyone can take the little cretin seriously after he did that is beyond me.

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