September 14th, 2012

Sacked Tory Minister Forms Reshuffle Victims Dining Club

A popular sacked Tory minister is setting up a “drinking/dining club” to offer “mutual support, counselling” and a “jolly good time” for  fellow “victims of the September 4th reshuffle”. Emailing said MPs with “Dear Colleague Fatality” , the former minister asks for views on whether Lords or even “the dreaded LibDems” should be allowed in. In honour of the date, the proposed name is the Geronimo Club after the surrender of the Red Indian chieftain on September 4, 1886. Just what the PM needs – all his recent enemies plotting together. Mr Brady’s post-bag will surely swell the next day…


  1. 1
    Anonymous says:

    What a bitter bunch they must be. Perhaps if they’d worked harder they’d still have ministerial jobs.


  2. 2
    I hate Parliament so much it hurts says:

    Will they be drinking and dining in one of the taxpayer-funded bars in the HoC?


    • 8
      Selohesra says:

      It would be a bit silly to go somewhere where they had to pay market rates


      • 18
        I hate Parliament so much it hurts says:

        I guess so. I didn’t realise the “we’re all in this together” thing had expired and it’s back to “let’s show our complete and utter contempt for the taxpayer by ripping them off at every available opportunity.”

        I really must keep more up to date with events.


  3. 3
    Anonymous says:

    Should have been the Little Bighorn Club!


  4. 4
    Calamity Clegg says:

    ‘Dreaded LimpDems’ ?

    BIGOTS !!


  5. 5
    Anonymous says:

    oh dear….I think the term is bee stings


    • 12
      I hate Parliament so much it hurts says:

      ““Dear Colleague Fatality””

      Awe, the poor dears! Annual salary knocked back down to only £65,000 (plus non-contributory pension and private healthcare, plus few-questions-asked expenses – what’s the going rate? £100K?)! No wonder they call it a ‘fatality’. How my heart fucking bleeds.

      How can we begrudge the poor dears having a thoroughly deserved “jolly good time” getting sloshed at our expense?


  6. 6
    Qwerty says:

    such a fuss….I think the term people use is “bee stings”


  7. 7
    Baroness Warsi says:

    Can I be the first to join?

    Or is a Mens Only Club ?


  8. 9
    Qwerty says:

    “”A popular sacked Tory””

    The ultimate ‘Oxymoron’


  9. 10
    The Royal Boobage says:

    Those 890 who have voted no to publishing Kate’s topless pics don’t know what they’re doing. It’s our duty as citizens of Her Majesty to see the Duchess of Cambridge’s fabulous babylons.


  10. 11
    Qwerty says:

    “Mr Brady’s post-bag will surely swell the next day…”

    His £45K pa wife, whom he employees at tax payers expense will have a busy week opening the post…all 100 letters…money well spent !!!!!!!


  11. 14
    Qwerty says:

    Making it easy to sack workers…..Are you all mad…..How in gods name to you think that will be a popular move with the electorate.

    You have lost the plot


    • 20
      smoggie says:

      Because it will also mean an employer is more likely to employ someone if he knows he doesn’t have to wipe his arse for the rest of his life. It will mean more jobs.

      That’s the problem with socialists – you can’t have an abstract thought – the dogma is so ingrained into your pickled brains.


      • 27
        Qwerty says:

        Total sh1te smoggie

        So you are saying, employers in expanding firms are not employing staff to aid his/her business because of employment law. When not employing staff in that expanding is business will prevent, if not, end its expansion and profitability. Don’t talk such tosh.

        Another cockalition move that will be deeply unpopular with the electorate.
        Keep on apologizing


        • 33
          smoggie says:

          Obviously never worked in the real world.

          The cost of employing someone includes all the statutary add-ons and the decision to employ someone is based on the total cost of that person to the business. In Holland they had to pay a sacked individual 80% of his salary for a year after and that was one of the main reasons Dutch contractors couldn’t compete with the Brits.

          In simple terms for you – firms will not be able to expand their business if the cost of labour is too high. It doesn’t expand by magic.


          • Except in the public sector, Smoggie! Qwerty, and the other tyre swinging genius’s at Milwank Tower know all about the magic money tree. You know, the one that grows their daily bananas.

            They just don’t care about vexatious litigants who aspire to have First4Lawyers retirement settlements for being lazy, useless cvnts.


        • 50
          jgm2 says:

          It’ll be deeply unpopular with certain sections of the electorate. Those who work in the public sector in between signing themselves off sick. And those who work in the private sector but are swinging the lead.

          It’ll be highly popular with their work colleagues though when the office/factory layabout gets called in and handed his P45.

          My wife ‘managed out’ an incompetent (a ‘favourite’ of the prior boss) a few years ago. Everybody was delighted. They were all sick of carrying that fucking incompetent waster.

          If you think even the public sector don’t know exactly who they could well manage without you are sorely mistaken.


          • ho hum says:

            But Chuckie was on Sky today to assure us that this is the worst possible decision since the meteor hit the dinosaurs. Whom to believe?


    • 30
      CHRIST ON BIKE! says:

      Qwerty you delusional traitor.
      You do realise that most people are not actually layabouts who think they are entitled to a free ride?

      I know you socialists want a shirkers paradice, but you are very much in the minority old chap.

      Watching your work-shy colleagues get the tin tack after you and your hardworking colleagues have been carrying them will be emense fun. Either that or they will have to pull their fingers out and start doing their jobs properly, thereby making the job easier for everyone else, increasing productivity and output and making everyone a winner.


      • 40
        Qwerty says:

        Dave has just created a sacking charter for all employers, and you think this will help create jobs….LOL.

        Will be deeply unpopular – AND YOU KNOW IT !!!!!

        So all UK workers are layabouts, Is that the official Tory line…I enjoy watching you all trying to make that fly.

        I am delighted with the announcment…Just another nail in the coffin.


        • 52
          jgm2 says:

          Dave has just created a sacking charter for all employers, and you think this will help create job

          Overall it will create jobs. Firms can ‘take a chance’ on employing somebody in the hope that business does take off. If it doesn’t, well, sorry mate…. If it does, then all well and good.

          Look, if the unions don’t like it then why don’t they open some businesses of their own instead of telling everybody else how to run theirs.


        • 54
          I hate Parliament so much it hurts says:

          “Will be deeply unpopular – AND YOU KNOW IT !!!!!”

          Deeply unpopular amongst people who are likely to get sacked.

          Freeloaders. Thickos. Lazy bastards. Those people.


        • 62
          CHRIST ON BIKE! says:

          “So all UK workers are layabouts”

          You dumb bast@rd! I said ARE NOT layabouts. That’s the whole point!!!!! And those in the majority, the good workers, will gladly go out for leaving drinks afte work with any useless ex-colleagues.

          You and Jimmy (perhaps one and the same) are constant reminders of the dangers of women taking illegal dr u gs during pregnancy.


        • 68
          Marion the cat says:

          It is so easy to make a mistake in employment, I did on more than one occasion. In the end I looked at the results of myself and my colleagues and in broad terms, of every 4 we employed, One would be a star, 2 ho-hum, OK and one a disruptive, lazy shite.
          But of course we couldn’t easily get rid of the shite one.
          Bring it on.


  12. 17
    Qwerty says:

    One of the most famous women, in the entire world.
    Followed 24/7 by the media
    So she gets them out while on holiday
    Grotesque Yes… Grotesquely stupid on her behalf


    • 37
      Nick Clogg in a bit of bether says:

      You don’t know women that well…they are born exhibitionists.


      • 51

        Stupid – in the middle of a private 650 acre estate?

        How about some reptile trespassing into your house, installing a remote camera up your U bend and printing pictures of your colon crimping off a length? Grotesquely stupid on your behalf, unwaranted and illegal intrusion into your privacy, or in the public interest to show the world the best that Qwerty has to offer?

        You decide.


      • 65
        ho hum says:

        Blimey!! Kate’s got boobs??? !!! Who knew??


  13. 19
    David Cameron (Leader of the Nasty Party) says:

    In a break with tradition and in a last ditch attempt to boost my ratings at next weeks PMQ’s I shall appear topless and immediately after PMQ’s ,the Cabinet will play naked billiards.

    Thank you so much.


  14. 24
    Jonathan says:

    How utterly pathetic. Do these people, indeed any of the politicians of whatever party, live in the real world? Evidently not. No doubt all paid for by the taxpayer.


  15. 29

    Bugger this.

    I wouldn’t kick Kate out of my bed.


  16. 32
    ed martin says:

    political dining club – definition

    a safe place where pusillamimous politicians pose plot and pass the port

    – all forgotten the morning after with gueule du bois*

    *gueule du bois cf EUKIP


  17. 38
    And to think . . . says:

    . . . Kate got her tits out to bring joy and cheer to all us poor sods that only have Parasitical Sacked Plonkers Pilfering Parliamentary Perks to talk about.

    HeyHo Kate! . . . . lots more please dear.


  18. 41
    Gordon Brown says:

    Where are the topless pictures of SuBo?

    They’ve got to be published in the public’s interest.


  19. 59
    nellnewman says:

    I bet the scheming Stanleys had a dinner club a bit like that when they were planning to get rid of Richard III. Cameron needs to watch out!


  20. 60
    Jonathon Woss says:


    I’d have called it the ‘Bwady Bunch’.


  21. 67
    jimbo says:

    I do hope that they get together and plan the downfall of dizzy dave,what a plonker ! This country needs serious action, NOW, so just get rid of the clown and replace him with David Davis, a true Conservative.


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