September 6th, 2012

No. 10: Dave Just Axing Not Chillaxing

Guido just put the Cameron drinking wine while sacking Gillan story to No. 10. Joe Watts of the Eastern Daily Press writes:

“Gillan’s sacking interview also appears to have irked. When she went in Cameron wielded the proverbial axe while drinking a glass of wine, I’m told; chillaxing perhaps. He didn’t offer her any though.”

As fun as some of the puns have been, it’s an official denial:

“Not true. He wasn’t drinking wine when he saw Cheryl and didn’t tell Caroline Spelman she was too old. Her replacement is two years older so that doesn’t even make sense.”

But then Dave also said no one cried, contrary to reports.

It’s been hinted this afternoon that Gillan and Spelman might be offered peerages, they might want to think about going on the record to deny tears and wine if they want that to happen…


49 Comments

  1. 1

    “Cameron drinking wine while sacking Gillan” might have helpd me understand this.

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  2. 2

    If he was going to sweeten the pill with a lifetime troughing pass, why didn’t he do it at the interviews?

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  3. 4
    Kebab Time says:

    If they were crying then they need to man up!

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  4. 5
    Charlie's angel says:

    I definitely cried…blubbed and blubbed

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  5. 5
    Darren Millar says:

    Cheryl was in tears apparently.

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  6. 9
    Jimmy says:

    Why couldn’t he just have made them “senior minister of state” with a “roving brief” like everyone else?

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    • 15

      Gordon was a raving brief.

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      • 23
        Jimmy says:

        On the positive side, given the number of people with the right to attend cabinet now, they now have a use for the Olympic Stadium.

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        • 29
          Forkbender says:

          They could just move the whole caboodle to the Olympic village, stick a wall around it, preferably 7/8 metres high, accomodation all in (no need to buy houses so that wheeze will not apply and no local transport costs) meeting venues and debating chambers all there.

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          • Marion the cat says:

            Very logical, I’ve thought about old hotels myself, anything adding up to 600 plus rooms and meals in a refectory. If the bastards don’t like it – then don’t stand for parliament. Instant trough removal. The government could do it but they wont, they are institutionally troughist bastards.

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        • 39
          UKIP.i.am.awake says:

          After the Olympics and Paralympics why not an Olympics for all those in the public sector who haven’t a real job but are getting a bloody good salary and pension anyway? Would the stadia be able to hold all the entrants though?

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  7. 11
    Tay King-dePisse says:

    I hope Mother-of-the-Year Mrs Spelman won’t need to badger Dave to get her peerage. Or, perhaps, she IS going to “badger” Dave to get one, in another manner of spe*aking.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Badger_game

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  8. 12
    SP4BS says:

    They’ve been sacked, and yet they still have to keep their gobs shut, otherwise Santa won’t come.

    When they get into the house of lords, will they be allowed to say anything they feel like, or do they have more ways of making them not talk.

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  9. 14
    Politburo news says:

    “At the start of the session the chief spokesman welcomed a new spokesman to their ranks, ‘someone I’m sure you all know from her work at the BBC.’
    Yes, indeed, Shirin Wheeler, former expert on EU affairs for the BBC (for which work the European Parliament gave her a prize in 2008), has left journalism and joined the fab-u-lous low tax, high pay, fat pension, free Christmas (and more)travel life of a eurocrat. She is now the official spokesman for Commissioner Johannes Hahn, the Austrian in charge of regional policy”

    http://synonblog.dailymail.co.uk/2012/09/from-bbc-eu-journaist-to-official-commission-spokesman.html

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  10. 18
    Mark Oaten says:

    I like to shitlax.

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  11. 28
    Jimmy says:

    A more interesting question is what was he drinking when he decided to keep Gideon.

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  12. 32
    ToonBob... says:

    The words to describe the mess we are in are “cluster f*ck” ??!!

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  13. 33
    ToonBob... says:

    or would that be, cluster and f*ck ?

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  14. 35
    ToonBob... says:

    Would be better if the Gov’t attacked these dip sticks…..

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-19503451

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    • 38
      Jimbo says:

      This is not a Government Toonbob, it is a “regime” a regime that hate the British people, one that has no intention of helping the people.

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    • 41
      UKIP.i.am.awake says:

      “Predistribution is about saying, ‘We cannot allow ourselves to be stuck with permanently being a low-wage economy and hope that through taxes and benefits we can make up the shortfall.”

      How can even left wing dumbasses ignore the glaring fact that it is the low-wage economies of the far east that are thriving while it is the molly-coddled, high-paid workers in the debt-ridden, high-spending, high-tax economies of the west that are floundering?

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  15. 37
    Jimbo says:

    I suppose that wine makes a change from cannabis, both yield the same result for poor old Dave ,can’t make decisions, not sure if he is completely left or not,and having his strings pulled very sharply from other quarters. Dave is also anti British and anti white.

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  16. 45
    Mark Reckless says:

    I have come across this before.

    If you work for the benefit of the people then you keep off the pop when you are doing so.

    Not only should the House of Commons be an alcohol free zone but Downing Street too.

    Having alcohol anywhere near a computer is a recipe for disaster .

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