September 25th, 2012

Huhne’s Ladies Day at Conference

Looks like we will have to wait until the courtroom for the Chris Huhne/Vicky Pryce showdown – Guido hears that the much talked about duo tactically avoided each other at the LibDem conference today. While Vicky was smiling her way around fringe events after arriving in Brighton this morning, Huhne slipped away last night. It was no coincidence either, delegates tell Guido the move was carefully orchestrated to avoid an awkward reunion moment. Probably for the best…

Meanwhile the latest woman in Huhne’s life - Carina Trimingham – was overheard at conference telling friends about her new life as a fresher. Apparently she’s gone back to university. To study law…


65 Comments

  1. 1
    Breaking news says:

    BBC ‘deeply regrets’ breach of Queen’s confidence over reporting of her comments about Abu Hamza case

    • 4
      Reporting Restrictons? says:

      20-09-2012

      Southwark Crown Court

      2

      T20127076

      christopher huhne
      vasiliki pryce

      Details:

      For Mention – Case Started – 10:29
      For Mention – Reporting Restrictions. For details please contact the Court Manager – 10:40
      For Mention – Case adjourned until 11:10 – 11:00
      For Mention – Resume – 11:36

      http://www.thelawpages.com/court-hearings-lists/crown-court-lists-results.php

      • 26
        Gordon Brown says:

        The internet says that Gordon Brown “served as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 2007 to 2010 and is widely credited with preventing a second Great Depression through his stewardship of the 2009 London G20 summit”. see http://gordonandsarahbrown.com/gordon-brown/

        So if somebody as independent as the internet says this, then it is true that I did save the world.

        So please keep your cruel comments about my pooping to yourselves.

        Remember – I made the right decisions at the right time for the right reasons

        • 35
          Sarah Brown says:

          … to be fair Gordon, it is probably worth mentioning that I was right behind you all the time but I don’t seem to get much credit for all the good work that I did helping you make the right decisions at the right time for the right reasons. I am not sure why you were never able to cash in like Tony and his horrible wife after you voluntarily stood down.

    • 5
      Breaking news says:

      Or does it regret the fact the leak shows the Labour government ignored her concerns about Hamza? Because the truth is, Labour were happy for Hamza to stay here in order to keep the public afraid and gain backing for their fascist ID cards and 60 days without charge. When even the monarch is concerned about an individual remaining in her country and the sitting Labour government ignore her, there’s a word for that: TREASON. And that’s not even counting the way they sent us to war on lies and wrecked the economy.

      • 9
        genghiz the kahn says:

        BBC found that both Johnson and Clarke started citing claims that Privy Councillors don’t talk about briefings to HMQ.

      • 14
        Jimmy says:

        She asked for someone to be arrested and the government disobeyed? What do they think this is, some sort of democracy?

        • 18
          Jimmy's mate Anjem says:
        • 48

          Nice spin, young James!! Although, as you know you little scamp, what she is supposed to have ASKED is why someone of Abu Hamza’s ilk was still in this country, and had he not broken laws by being here illegally? And with the fulness of time it would seem that our monarch was right and your LieBore masters were, erm,… you know that word that means not right, oh blast, it’s on the tip of my tongue…….

          But hey, keep to the LieBore way, and don’t let the truth get in the way of a good lie, sorry, story.

          Those typing skills must come in handy though!

          • Jimmy says:

            Right about what? No doubt Mrs. Von Battenburg was told about due process and the rule of law.

            Incidentally, does anyone here remember that brief period around 2009 when tories pretended to give a toss about civil liberties? It seems so long ago now.

          • Mars Attacks says:

            That he had no right to be here! You silly boy.

    • 11
      genghiz the kahn says:

      BBC ‘deeply regrets’ breach of Queen’s confidence over reporting of her comments about Abu Hamza case…

      and taking Andrew Mitchell and Nick Clegg out of the spotlight for the rest of the day.

      • 36
        Fish says:

        So the BBC Today programme gets it badly wrong, as do their Beeboid contributors.

        What now? Wall to wall coverage on their news channels / Toady / Newsnight? A week or two of self loathing, calling for their own heads, or a judge led inquiry until there are resignations?

        Or does that only apply to Mitchell? Although he also f*cked up, the implications of him doing so are far less signifant than the errors made by Gardner / Today.

  2. 2
    Kebab Time says:

    yep, told you

  3. 3
    nellnewman says:

    When will it all end? this endless succession of worthless lying politicians each out for themselves at the expense of the rest of us.

    Just one decent hardworking honest politician that’s all we want and there’s not a one anywhere!

    • 16
      Tiger Tiger says:

      A decent hard-working executioner could start to make a difference in the political class!

      • 22
        Loungelizard says:

        Sounds like a plan.

        • 51

          You’re starting in the wrong place – we could save the Septics the cost of extradition, by garroting Hamza in public in the O2 arena- you could charge admission fees and TV rights, plus all of the advertising revenue (“Buy British Bacon” springs to mind) for the lead up to kick off. A really skilled executioner could keep choking the bastard and bringing him back before the final off for a good 15- 20 minutes before I’d get bored and wanting to crack one off just to pass the time.

          I think we could make a huge contribution to the “Help For Heroes” fund, and I commend this motion to the house.

      • 64
        Pierrepoint says:

        Somebody get a rope!

    • 34
      Anonymous says:

      Nell,no matter what is known & revealed about the bad/dishonest behaviour of our elected HoC members the media always seems to find constituents to tell us how very hard working he/she (the m.p.) is & soo valuable to the constituency.

    • 44
      Handycock (Teen Fondler) says:

      I could not agree with you more Nell.I myself am seriously concerned about this poor 15 year old schoolgirl, Megan Stammers, who has disappeared to France with her 30 year old teacher. A clear and blatant abuse of trust. I shall be moving heaven and earth when she returns to comfort her and make sure that I can provide her with holistic counselling. Boaz.

    • 65
      The late Reg Varley says:

      Just like buses and coppers when you want one!

  4. 6
    Vicky Pryce says:

    ‘Politics takes away your integrity. People lie to get what they want’

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2012/sep/14/vicky-pryce-chris-huhne-split?newsfeed=true

  5. 7
    Rodger the bisexual says:

    Neither Huhne nor Clegg would admit to doing over thirty

  6. 8
    Silent Bob suggests Huhne says:

  7. 10
    btfu says:

    Back the fuck up. Labour is lamblasted over Iraq and Afghan, but the tories are all kosher on Libyan madnesses and aok for continuing the Iranian death rattle? What a putrid lot of masked up tory sycophants you truly are. I pity you and the ugly world your slavish devotion to tribalism and division is causing. For Tony and Dave they will die by the same sword wiwhich they lived. Dont be like them. Useful idiots.

  8. 13
    My ding a Ling says:
    • 15
      nellnewman says:

      Is she ever at home? Who on earth takes the kids to school and reads them bedtime stories whilst she and gormless gordon are aimlessy jetting around the world?

    • 28
      Plato says:

      You have to question the judgement of someone who married Gordon Brown.

    • 33
      It Started in America says:

      Well given all the shit that Gordon threw at American banks, they must be rather forgiving people to let his missus ring their Bell.

      • 56
        Dr Nuts says:

        I agree, I thought Gordie the Moron was ringing the bell, but she’s explained that it’s above his ability to comprehend. She’s ringing the bell in his name.

        Question – is that Western Society saved or are we facing ‘a proxy-mate’ doom?

    • 38
      Gordon Brown says:

    • 43
      Fish says:

      For their $$$$$’, what did the Yanks get from Jet-setting Gordon and his hanger-on ?

      This, according to B-BBC:

      He spoke for barely five minutes, and it was the usual drivel about how “we must do what we can (insert trendy global issue here)….”. If you’ve heard him speak about any global issue, you can easily imagine what he said…

      Mr. Brown was furiously taking notes the entire time, yet when the forum chair passed it to him for closing remarks (he was the opening act as well), he declined to speak, and that was that. He did appear tired.

      I suppose, though he is limberring up for his gig at the UN General Assembly. How has this fraud been able to perpetuate his apearances on the public stage?

  9. 27
    She sure does love globetrotting says:
  10. 30
    Aunty Matter says:

    What an utter c u n t Frank the cripple Gardner is. Typical BBC c u n t who can’t keep his fucking gob shut.

    Mind you you think the Queen would have realised now the BBC cu n t z can’t be trusted.

  11. 37
    Fucking Treacherous Twats says:

    BBC apology to Queen over Abu Hamza disclosure

    the BBC issued a statement saying it and Gardner were sorry for the “breach of confidence”.

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-19716941

    • 39
      Traitor Watch says:

      If Hamza’s lwyers now get him off on a technicality you are toast BBC.

      You are a disgrace to the nation.

    • 40
      ToonBob... says:

      Time to close the BBC !!

      • 46
        Loungelizard says:

        I demand a judge led inquiry.

        • 57
          Dr Nuts says:

          I demand a media frenzy …
          also a pinot colada for my wife!

          Trial by newspaper, it’s not like we actually WANT any news!!
          If we did, we’d want to know why we’re backing Al Qaeda in Syria?
          Aren’t they terrorists?
          Doesn’t that make us a rogue state?
          And who is David Cameron, and why does he think he’s Prime Minister when he’s obviously an escaped glove puppet from a punch and judy show?

  12. 45
    UK Met office 13/3/2012 says:

    Rob Varley, Operations Director at the Met Office, said: “The last two years have been very dry across many parts of England with some areas seeing as little as 60% of their normal rainfall in that time.

    “Even sustained rainfall over the next few months would have a limited impact

    http://metofficenews.wordpress.com/2012/03/13/why-are-we-in-drought/

  13. 47
    Monaco tax collector says:

    Guido

    On a serious note

    Have you no photos of the Chief Whip without his trousers on ?

    Or of this Huhne kissing a man?

    Or something to keep up the general Mad Max atmospeher in the UK

    It would improve my afternoon

  14. 55
    Cato Street Conspirator says:

    I’m sure these two will be able to get back together again one say. Just look at Tessa Jowell and David Mills – love’s young dream again.

  15. 60
    My learned friend says:

    It seems to be taking longer to get Huhne into court than it should, are they waiting for Ms Trimingham to qualify?

  16. 61
    Death to the Infidels says:

    Are Gardner and the BBC secret jihadists? Now they have grassed up Brenda, could Hamza wriggle out on technicality?


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