September 12th, 2012

Conservative Voice Distance Themselves From Nadine

No.10 might have seen the funny side of Nadine Dorries’ metaphorical “kill Cameron” comment yesterday, but Conservative Voice are nonetheless taking no chances :

“Everybody associated with Conservative Voice is committed to working with the Conservative Party and its leadership to secure a majority in 2015. Conservative Voice would therefore like to disassociate itself with Nadine Dorries’ comment in its entirety.”

They seem more offended than the PM…


56 Comments

  1. 1
    Archie says:

    So the point of Conservative Voice is what, precisely? More of the same? No point, then!

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    • 2
      jgm2 says:

      I guess they just don’t want to be associated with a loose cannon like Nadine.

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      • 4
        Gordon McFuckwit Broon says:

        Bigots

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        • 12
          Lord WAyne of Trombone says:

          those guys may or may not be right
          BUT
          they are a bunch of Hunts

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          • Jus' Passin' says:

            Indeed, – and deluded if they think there’ll be a Con Victory next time . . oh what the hell!

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          • Qui Bono says:

            O/T Guide but can we stop the ‘bomb iran’ vibe

            The WMD card was played in Iraq and it turned out to be bollocks leading to a horrible quagmire ~ so what have we learned?

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      • 39
        Scary Biscuits says:

        I guess they don’t want to be associated with a strategy that might actually win the next election. Nadine is mad in the sense that she doesn’t agree with the consensus opinion that Cameron our best chance for the next election and that it’s our privilege that he leads us not his. Far from being a loose canon, Nadine’s seems to be the only one pointed in teh right direction. If even the right can’t bring themselves to call for the removal of Cameron then the party doesn’t deserve to win ever again.

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      • 55
        Anonymous says:

        jgm
        does the g stand for gormless

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    • 8
      Andrew Efiong says:

      Looks to me like it’s a platform for the has-beens to look pompous!

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  2. 3
    SP4BS says:

    There is a whole new world of comedy for the Dave and Nadine double act in PMQs and elsewhere. Not quite as funny if you’ve ever seen northern women fighting seriously.

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  3. 5
    Spode says:

    Mad Nads adds to the gaiety of the nation.

    Get yer tits out fer the lads, Nads!

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  4. 6
    Stan says:

    Conservative Voice – a Cameron front campaign to fragment the real Tories in the Party.

    Fuck them – & fuck Cameron – & fuck it if Ed Miliband does become the next PM.

    Blame Cameron – not the real Conservatives who are voting for anyone but Cameron.

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  5. 7
    Sandra in Accounts says:

    Nadine is a Conservative and a woman.

    No wonder Cameron despises her.

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  6. 9
    Kebab Time says:

    I am sure she will not lose any sleep over it.

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  7. 11
    bergen says:

    I have to say that Nad’s comment on Dave & Osbourne as “posh boys who don’t know the price of a pint of milk” was far more effective an attack than anything Labour have thrown at them. No wonder she’s unpopular with them.

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    • 20
      Herman van Rumboy says:

      Milk MUST be sold in litres – not pints !!

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      • 26
        SP4BS says:

        Which is a big problem if you are incapable of dividing by two.

        (I’m sure that labour have had a go about the posh boys, indeed they do it all the time, just that its instantly ignored)

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    • 37
      Fluffy Thoughts says:

      Oh God: “We compare the milk prices for you” web-site ‘spannah’ has turned up FFS!

      Milk: In which container; how it was yielded; how much Prescott fat it contains; metric or imperial; Tescos, Co-Op or from your local West-African supplier of monkey-meat? Please tell me: What the price of a pint of milk is…?

      :muppet:

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  8. 14

    Shouldn’t they distance themselves from Liam Fox while they are at it?

    [Liam Fox abused the post of Defence secretary by taking his business ‘associate’ and lobbyist Adam Werrity to accompany him on foreign visits and meetings with political leaders, diplomats and defence contractors. He also used his position to promote the right-wing Atlantic Bridge “charity” with links to the more barmy and sinister right-wing of the Republican Party and “Tea Party” in the US. It seems he also ran a clandestine pro Israel foreign policy. Liam Fox had to resign as Defence Secretary (avoiding further scrutiny) and his Atlantic Bridge “charity” was closed down in 2011 because it contravened charity laws.]

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  9. 15
    Honest Questioner says:

    OT but I’ve just seen a post elsewhere suggesting that if teachers don’t join a union, then they are unable to get insurance cover against legal bills for accusations of pupil assault etc. Is this true? A closed market in educational insurance? If so it needs fixing urgently so that any compulsion to join a union is removed.

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  10. 16
    Mad Frankie Maude says:

    I agree with Nadine Dorries, so there.

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  11. 19

    You think Call Me Dave’s got problems – I’ve been under a fucking car park in Leicester for over 500 years!

    It’s been a hard…… days……. night.

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  12. 23
    Calamity Clegg says:

    Everyone here is a bigot.

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  13. 24
    ed martin says:

    remember, folks, ITS ALL ABOUT UNITY, particularly when its not about anything else we dare name

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  14. 32
    UKIP.i.am.awake says:

    Bad news for the BBC, Labour and the Neanderthals: Unemployment falls again.

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    • 40
      Loungelizard says:

      Did you hear the little warning by the BBC this morning. Under a Tory gov. a fall in the number of unemployed is a bad thing, a sign of dodgy firms supported by banks who are conniving with the gov to produce dodgy figures. We will pay dearly for this deviousness.

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      • 41
        Anonymous says:

        When there was a fall in the unemployment rate in the summer, the BBC questioned the figures and said it was a disaster!

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  15. 49
    Webwrights says:

    Ah, this takes me back to the risible days of 1995 (I think), when John Redwood had a tilt at the leadership, hoping to supplant John Major. His fruitcake supporters (“the bastards”) clustered round him for a photo-opportunity – well, more like a custard pie opportunity, to be frank. I’ve searched in vain for a photo online.

    They clustered round the suddenly embarrassed, almost terrified, Redwood – who had belatedly realised what a bunch of lunatics he was now forever identified with. There were the ghastly self-publicist and liar Teresa Gorman, the reliably horrible prig Teddy Taylor (snarling Jock carpetbagger-in-chief to the Southend constituency) and Tony Marlow looking pink and fatly smug in the most ridiculous multi-striped blazer ever seen outside a pantomime stage. I think that Nick Budgen was there, but (of course) grey and utterly un-memorable.

    Tim Collins (then Major’s Offical Spokesman, I think) described them memorably as looking like “Ward 8 from Broadmoor”. Looking at this photo brings the whole thing back to me.

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  16. 52
    Living in 98 percent white Merseyside says:

    Lucky Nadine. Who WOULD want to be associated with that lot.

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  17. 53
    Jimmy says:

    The name needs work. How about the Tuesday Club?

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