October 2nd, 2012

At the End of Her Teather

How the mighty have fallen. Sarah Teather spends most of her time playing with schoolchildren now she’s no longer a minister, though today she managed to score a coffee with none other than the man who replaced her at DfE, David Laws. Plotting? Or perhaps just a peace-offering…


58 Comments

  1. 1
    Anonymous says:

    As long as she doesn’t start telling him jokes….

  2. 2
    B'east says:

    A thieving q ueer and a midget

  3. 3
    Gordon Brown says:

    David Cameron is my best friend

  4. 4
    the savant says:

    Teathered … now finally Hogtied

  5. 5
    Anonymous says:

    At least they see eye-to-eye in a literal sense.

  6. 6
    David Laws says:

    Sarah has volunteered to be the kids pet hamster.

  7. 7
    jimmy s. says:

    Nothing like playing with schoolchildren!

    • 13
      Jim'll fiddle it says:

      You are Jimmy Saville and I claim my medalion.

    • 49
      Keith Dovkunts says:

      Watching ‘Top of the Tots’ was fun when you and Gary Glitter were on it. Though I’ll never forgiven you for fixing it for me to go camping with Glitter.

  8. 8
    Known by the company you keep says:

    How can I get away with it too?

  9. 9
    CT says:

    Her fall could have been worse – she might have been reduced to serving the coffee!

  10. 9
    David Laws says:

    Politics is a playground.

  11. 11
    Moussa Koussa says:

    Tom Bradby, ITV Political Editor – Ed Hit the ball out of the park

    Tom Newton Dunn, The Sun – “The best Labour party leader’s speech since Kinnock in 1985 and the most important since Blair in 1994″.

    John Higginson, Political Editor Metro – Red Ed’s dead long live Blue Ed

    Elephant Man , Spectator magazine, – Ed Miliband came across as “likeable and good-humoured” as he is in person. And he “spoke very well”.

    Tim Montgomerie, ConservativeHom – “ Yip Yip Yip Yip , I’m a teapot “

  12. 20
    Her "finest" hour, or 30 seconds says:

  13. 22
    Spank Sinatra says:

    No wonder she was fired – total political lightweight. Have yet to hear a single utterance which made sense. Hopefully we will not have to listen to her spout on ad nauseum for many months to come.

    • 58
      Dianne Abbott says:

      She would not be a political lightweight if she stuck to a diet of rice’n’peas like what real politicians do!

  14. 23
    Anonymous says:

    fuck teather

    not that a deviant would

    must be something to do with money

  15. 24
    Religion: The Original Sin says:

    BBC/ News/ ” Entertainment”……What planet??????????

    Surrey Police referred an allegation of rape against the late Sir Jimmy Savile to the Metropolitan Police.

    “A woman yesterday (Monday, 1 October) reported a historic allegation of rape,” Surrey Police said.

    “The alleged offence occurred in London, therefore the matter has been referred to the Metropolitan Police.”

  16. 25
    Religion: The Original Sin says:

    BBC/ News/ ” Entertainment”……What planet??????????

    Surrey Police referred an allegation of r@pe against the late Sir Jimmy S@vile to the Metropolitan Police.

    “A woman yesterday (Monday, 1 October) reported a historic allegation of r@pe,” Surrey Police said.

    “The alleged offence occurred in London, therefore the matter has been referred to the Metropolitan Police.”

  17. 33
    Moshe Schappstein says:

    Nice restaurant, but now apparently full of cun*ts.

    I shan’t be going back.

  18. 34
    Gordon Brown says:

    Fuck. Fuck. He gave a good speech.

    Cancel the printers.

    Cancel the cars.

    Fuck, call off the election.

    Fuck. Fuck, fuck, fuck, fuck, fuck.

    [Throws phone at wall, tosses printer across the room, exits swearing..]

  19. 37
    Gordon Brown says:

    Abracadabra is an incantation used as a magic word in stage magic tricks.

  20. 38
    Lord Mooncrater says:

    Is she giving the girls finger pie and the boys ‘hand jobs’?

    Is she ambidextrous and doing both at once?

    Of course she isn’t – she is cocksucking the boys.

  21. 40
    Anonymous says:

    Looks like it’s all over for the Condems.

  22. 46
    Anonymous says:

    Bet he puts it on expenses.

  23. 53
    Frightfully well brought up says:

    Can’t have a chap at the DfE who doesn’t hold a cup properly in public!


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