October 18th, 2012

Luciana Berger’s Cash Questions

It’s a pretty rare event nowadays that someone stands up in the Commons and asks the Chancellor to cut taxes, even more so when the question comes from the opposition Labour benches. Guido was surprised to learn that the shadow climate change minister, lovely Luciana Berger, suggested George Osborne should accelerate plans to cut tax for property developers back in October 2010:

“To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer if he will bring forward proposals to make entrepreneurs’ relief from capital gains tax available to those who rent out property in the private rented sector.”

A tax cut for property developers, an interesting idea you might think. Could this sudden bout of entrepreneur friendly policy advocacy possibly be anything to do with the fact that Luciana trousered a £4,000 donation months earlier from one Anwar Ansari, a property developer? In June 2010 a property developer bungs Luciana several thousand pounds, then only a few months later she stands up in the House and asks the Chancellor to give property developers a tax break. Coincidence?

What’s more, Berger’s CLP then pocketed another £2,500 just a few months down the line from Allerton Priory LLP, a holding company for a property portfolio run by the Hanlons, a father and son property development duo. Could there possibly be a link between these generous donations from property developers and Luciana lobbying the government to cut their taxes? Once is a coincidence, twice is a case for the standards committee…


178 Comments

  1. 1
    The PRick Posing as PM says:

    That’s a BIG No No!!! I need all the lolly I can get – legit – or scam based. LOL!

  2. 2
    Labourunionsbbc we are one says:

    “Once is a coincidence, twice is a case for the standards committee…”

    Or perhaps ed millionarbandwagon would call foe an Inquiry.

  3. 3
    Shameless Dwarf says:

    I am simply trying to ensure that MPs can embezzle the taxpayer without the embarrassing gaze of public scrutiny. What’s wrong with that?

  4. 4
    Gordon Brown says:

    only I have the moral compass

  5. 5
  6. 6
    RED ED MILLIONAIREBAND says:

    No, no. We are STILL completely focused on Andrew Mitchell. Everything else is complete trivia.

  7. 7
    Tom (peeping) says:

    Err, I don’t mind having a look into her if the standards committee is busy….?

  8. 8
    Ed Case from Cockermouth says:

    She looks like the one in Sex and the City… I’d bang her!

  9. 9
    I don't need no doctor says:

    Once is misfortune, twice is carelessness.

  10. 10

    Actually, “once is happenstance, twice is coincidence and the third time is enemy action” – per Auric Goldfinger

  11. 11
    RED ED MILLIONAIREBAND says:

    No. No. We are totally focused on PLEBGATE and Andrew Mitchell. Everything else is complete trivia.

  12. 12
    Hercules says:

    OK I admit it. Even I can’t clear all the shit out of the HoC.

  13. 13
    Grant Shapps (liar, conman and Conservative Party Chairman) says:

    Just pay me $300 and I’ll reveal the secrets of my wealth and success. Yes, for only $300, you too could have a couple of private jets*, just like mine.

    *the term ‘private jet’ is given here in its looser definition, which includes ‘taxis’.

  14. 14
    I don't need no doctor says:

    There are no words bad enough to describe Bercow and his trollop.

  15. 15
    All the other MPs says:

    Nothing.

    Cheers, mate!

  16. 16
    Dave Camoron (liar, thief and one-term PM) says:

    I say! I promised you openness and transparency, and an end to the brazen theft of your money by honourable members of parliament, and true to form I’ve broken that promise!

    Now I want you and your fellow grotty little plebs to get back to work and pay lots of tax so we MPs can buy ourselves nice things with it.

    Guffhaw-haw haw haw haw haw!

    Tally ho!

  17. 17
    Cwis Bwyant says:

    Ooooh look ! I’m in the papers !!

  18. 18
    Shylock says:

    You got to pick a pocket or two

  19. 19
    Andrew"Untenable" Mitchell says:

    I will be gone by the end of the month.

    And that’s a cast iron guarantee.

  20. 20
    Pawn Sandwich says:

    Blame ALL MP’s, there are no voices of alarm being raised by ANY of them. This is just a continuation of the scandal that went on under Brown.

  21. 21

    I see that thieving pygmy, John Bercow, tried to block publication of expenses where MPs are renting taxpayer-funded homes to one another on the grounds that doing so would pose a security risk.

  22. 22
    Pawn Sandwich says:

    That should have been a response to #5.

  23. 23
    Anon really Hacked off Voter !! says:

    This Rt. Hon crowd of pim*ps, par*asites & lee*ches won’t get IT until a number

    of them are swinging from lamp posts………

    Lets hope its sooner rather than later to start & cleanse the country

    of this large stinking pile of corr*upt excrement

  24. 24
    A 100-megaton nuclear warhead says:

    I can. And I could clear all the other shit out of the rest of London, too, at no extra charge.

  25. 25
    Gordon Brown says:

    I can recommend a very good cleaner. Not cheap, but knows the score.

  26. 26
    Poison Dwarf says:

    Sally! For fuck sake get my breakfast before you start with that vibrator.

  27. 27
    UKIP.i.am says:

    The Liblabcon partying goes on and on at our expense.

  28. 28
    The BBC protected Jimmy Savile and Derek McCulloch for 80 years says:

    What do you expect from someone who once fucked one of Tony Blair’s demonic sprog, and who fucked Sion Simon and Chucky on her way up the greasy pole.

  29. 29
    Sheds with beds says:

    I’m feeling vulnerable.

  30. 30

    Andrew Mitchell is toast says Ed Miliband.

    He was actually going to say crostini but his advisors stopped him just in time.

  31. 31
    Sally down in the alley says:

    You stupid man, what else can I use to stir your tea.

  32. 32
    Sally says:

    ..just dealing with paddy

  33. 33
    Luciana Burger with lies says:

    I’ve got a £5000 personalised licence plate but don’t tell my thick Scouse chav constituents who voted me in. I need them to think I’m one of them.

  34. 34
    Gordon Brown says:

    It’s time we moved on from Plopgate. I did not do a plop in the middle of the road.

  35. 35
    Popeye says:

    Some people will prostitute themselves for a pittance, but not all. Can this allegation be proven?

  36. 36
    Dreamy Dave says:

    It’s not my fault. I’m such a nice person and make lots of lovely promises to keep people happy,that I sometimes don’t do everything I say I will. But please vote for me at the next election.

  37. 37
    JH says:

    Careful Guido.

    That’s Chukka Umunna’s woman you’re messing with. He is immensely powerful, for all sorts of obvious reasons.

  38. 38
    UKIP.i.am says:

    He’s always cwoss on tele.

  39. 39

    You would surely not want to follow Siôn Simon or Chuka Umunna in after the slime.

  40. 40
    Sally's Alley says:

    My alley seems an awful lot wider than it used to be.

  41. 41
    Pawn Sandwich says:

    “Security risk” well that is the biggest load of tripe I have ever heard. Bercow is doing exactly the same as speaker Martin in trying to cover up the excesses of these low quality MP’s.

    What security risk? There is no security risk.

  42. 42
    ToonBert... says:

    Labour = sleaze ??

    I can only assume this is a mistake !

  43. 43
    Tuscan Tony says:

    Not fair Guido, girl’s gotta make a living, they can’t all turn tricks you know.

  44. 44
    Scouser says:

    Calm down! Calm down! As long as the benefits keep coming and the team plays well we don’t care.

  45. 45
    ToonBert... says:

    Anyone informed the Inland Revenue yet?

  46. 46
    UKIP.i.am says:

    Yes you did but it happened so long ago (when you were PM) that it does not matter any more. Aint that right, BBC? Unlike Britain’s role in the slavery trade of course which happened more than two hundred years ago and must be brought up at every conceivable opportunity.

  47. 47
    Ernest Saunders says:

    Nosejobs don’t come cheap y’know.

  48. 48
    What do you expect honesty from a politician. says:

    It would be entrepreneurial if it wasn’t so hypocritical, how come the Conservatives are still called the nasty party, when most of the nastiness and making money is from the Liebour party tribe.

  49. 49
    smoggie says:

    Can it be refuted?

  50. 50
    smoggie says:

    Not to mention up and coming Euan Blairs.

  51. 51
    Call me Dave says:

    Investigators have uncovered the event that led to Jimmy Savile’s descent in to depravity. It was on his first tour of Stoke Mandeville hospital where the matron took him round and showed him where all the patients with different conditions could be found. After showing him the spinal injuries and head injuries wards, she went down the corridor and gestured in to the next ward and said “stroke victims here”

  52. 52

    I have to say that the only security risk which I can see is that of Bercow being trodden underfoot as they all scramble to get their cheques.

    Wonder what that Quango fellow has to say about it?

  53. 53
    Joss Taskin says:

    Is the Taxpayer still picking up the bill for your Sky TV?

  54. 54
    The Libor party says:

    WE are the nasty party ! Remember those nasty T-shirts about Fatcher ?

  55. 55
    Labourunionsbbc we are one says:

    So Tone, are you saying she can’t multi task?

  56. 56
    Andrew "Untenable" Mitchell says:

    If Jimmy Savile asks you what you want fixed, don’t answer, “Ooh, that’s a hard one”.

  57. 57

    Labour – Intensely relaxed about (our) people getting filthy rich (at your expense)

    Old Labour, New Labour is always ScrewU Labour

    Potentia Per Hypocrisim

  58. 58
    Labourunionsbbc we are one says:

    Ed’s did, for him anyway, the tax payer picked up the bill. Still it does make him look harder. It does, doesn’t it?

  59. 59

    I thought the Labour idea was that it happened for free.

    Oh! Silly me. Money in – money out. Slaps wrist…

  60. 60
    Backwoodsman says:

    Odd you should ask that . Assuming one of your chums said, ‘look, I’ve got a Rotten Borough seat that we can fix you up with’ , its some Godawful place called Liverpool.’

    At the very least you’d Google the feckin place and read up a bit on it. How can you not know who Bill Shankley was ? The most exciting thing to happen to the place since the slave trade and the dozy bint hasn’t got a clue !

  61. 61
  62. 62
    Squeaker. says:

    As per the old description — Trying to enthral you is just like shoving a banana up and down Piccadilly.

  63. 63
    Call me Dave says:

    Right wing political blogger,Guido Fawkes said: “If MPs are renting from past or current MPs it is right and proper the public is able to know that,” he told Prime Minister,David Cameron.

  64. 64
    Anonymous says:

  65. 65
    Pantsup says:

    No. No. No. The elastics gone in my waistband. Leave me alone you nympho.

  66. 66
    Walter Mitty says:

    The Inland Revenue ceased to exist in April 2005. Do keep up!

  67. 67
    Gordon Brown says:

    I love watching the sky on TV.

  68. 68
    jimmy Savile says:

    £5 if you tell me how big your tits are.

  69. 69
  70. 70
    Berger, my arse says:

    But it didn’t stop ‘em from voting for her, did it? Says everything you need to know about Liverpool.

  71. 71
    Map Reader says:

    If you’ve got a Moral Compass it fucking well needs fixing! I’ll do it – and you – for free. Only take a sec with this rock.

  72. 72
    LU51 ANA says:

    Toot, toot!

  73. 73
    Quiet Bat Person says:

    Fucking hell, is there no end to their troughing? Not only have they got vested interests in tax relief for landlords (‘entreprenuers’, my arse!), we paid for their fucking houses in the first place.

    And they ‘wonder’ why politicians are held in such low esteem.

    Because they are fucking corrupt fuckers, every one of them.

  74. 74
    THE HOUSE OF CON-MENS says:

    Can we have Neil Hamilton to head up a committee to investigate this ?we could also ask Bernie Eccleston to sit alongside the Hinduja brothers on said committee

  75. 75
    Andrew"Untenable" Mitchell says:

    According to an article in today’s Daily Mail about personal hygiene, most people have detectable amounts of shit on their hands at any given time.

    Nonsense, I thought.

    Then I realised it was probably true, as I’d just been holding a hard copy of Guido Fawkes’ blog.

  76. 76
  77. 77
    Luciana Bugger says:

  78. 78
    landlady in luton says:

    Don’t several MPs also fall into the “those who rent out property” sector/

    Funny that….

  79. 79
  80. 80
    The EU & UN says:

    Don’t forget our cut of your taxes is rising again next year and your contributions to third world dictators via the DfID rises up to £12.6 billion next year too. Make the pips squeak Dave, we know we can rely on you.

  81. 81
    Fagin says:

    Wrong Joo. Although, in his own way, Shylock IS a thief, I take the more direct approach.

  82. 82
    landlady in luton says:

    Looks like you’ve either got a long wait Wack, or a new MP is on the way.

  83. 83
    Archer Karcher says:

    At least 200 of the thieving troughers should be in prison by now. The corrupt Met are aiding and abetting the lying criminals in westminster.

  84. 84
    When I was a boy the poor were skinny says:

    Telegraph Poll.

    Should MPs be forced to reveal if they rent out their taxpayer-funded homes?
    Yes
    No
    Vote
    View Results

    66 vote No. Now who could they be?

  85. 85
    Ol' Man Ribber says:

    You might also possibly mention that Britain was the country responsible for the abolition of the slave trade.

    Still, it’s only details innit?

  86. 86
    Tay King-dePisse says:

    You’d think, to be elected in the Merseyside, knowing who Bill Shankly was or not is not a matter of life or death– it’s far more important than that!

  87. 87
    Squeaker Berc*nt says:

    Oh no you have just compromised Ms Bergers security. Arrest that poster!

  88. 88
    Dave Camoron (one-term PM) says:

    Gosh! And to think my Super Snooper’s System (the one I opposed when I was in opposition) is going to monitor all of that, and more!

    Can you see a £1.8billion government IT white elephant in the making? Me neither, what what!

    Toodle pip!

  89. 89
    Shylock says:

    Fagin, we’re all in it together.

    Don’t tell anyone though.

  90. 90
    George Wimpy (Popeye's mate) says:

    Oy vay! You gotta pick a pocket or two.

  91. 91
    The end of the BBC says:

    Covering up one p*edo is bad enough. Covering up two should mark the end of the BBC as a publicly funded institution.

    News veteran John Simpson has claimed that the BBC gagged him when he tried to expose the behaviour of an unnamed children’s radio presenter who fits the profile of corporation legend Derek McCulloch. Simpson spoke in thinly veiled terms about a sex ab*ser he called “Uncle Dick”, who was famous as a children’s radio entertainer from the 1930s to the 60s. Simpson told The Sun that the ab*ser was one of the BBC’s biggest names from the 1920s until his death in 1967.

    McCulloch is best remembered as “Uncle Mac” in BBC Radio’s immensely popular Children’s Favouriites and Children’s Hour and for playing the Larry the Lamb character in Toytown. His sign-off line, “Goodnight children, everywhere”, was heard by four million youngsters who tuned in to every show.

    Distinguished foreign correspondent Simpson said: “Week after week, children from all over the country would win competitions to visit the BBC and meet Uncle Dick. He would welcome them, show them around, give them lunch, then take them to the gents and interfere with them,” claimed Simpson in his book Strange Places, Questionable People. “If parents complained, the director general’s office would write saying the nation wouldn’t understand such an accusation against a much-loved figure.”

    Simpson said he uncovered the allegations while researching the presenter’s obituary in 1967. He said an unnamed woman branded the man believed to be McCulloch “an evil old bastard”. “I hope he died in agony,” she added.

    IBTimes UK contacted the BBC and asked if McCulloch’s activities were under investigation as part of two investigations into sex abuse at the BBC unveiled by current director general George Entwistle. A spokesman said: “The information will be shared with the BBC investigations unit and the police and we will look into these allegations as part of the Jimmy Savile review.”

    McCulloch was so popular during his time at the BBC that members of the royal family would be taken on studio tours by him. McCulloch was rewarded for his work with an OBE in 1964.

  92. 92
    When I was a boy they didn't have Twitter says:

    Guido has 82,022 FOLLOWERS on twitter.

    Does this mean that many have now read his 2 Chris Bryant tweets

  93. 93
    Dave Camoron (liar, thief and one-term PM) says:

    Beats me, I only voted ‘No’ 64 times.

  94. 94
    Archer Karcher says:

    Funny how the BBC never mention slavery that goes on today in Africa and the ME. Perhaps they are afraid to upset Africans and Arabs, or more likely, just prefer to pretend it was our ancesters alone who were evil whitey slave traders.

  95. 95
    fuck the bbc says:

    Beeboid c**t Norman Smith trying to cook up a furore over something on energy bills – a nothing story – price comparison websites complaining – why – because they thrive on complexity – fucking bullshit story

  96. 96
    Archer Karcher says:

    Fatcher deserved it ‘cos she shut all the mines. Luckily during Labours thirteen years in government, they were all re-opened.

  97. 97
    The end of the BBC says:

  98. 98
    fuck the bbc says:

    This is far more serious than some fucking nonsense on bills – institutionalised acceptance of child abuse at the bbc for 50plus years – chances of a mention on BBC – zero

  99. 99
    Ernestine Tentions says:

    Wonderful, well done!

    (Very dusty in my study this morning – damned eyes!)

  100. 100
    NOW THEN NOW , THEN NOW , THEN says:

    Audio tape of Sa-Vile touching up a young girl on air 1975

  101. 101
    Grollace says:

    Why not have a tax cut on the taxable part of rents too. Ooooops… Shoudn’t ‘ve said that Hagrid.

  102. 102
    UKIP.i.am says:

    Crime falls another 6%. Police unions however demand no cuts in police numbers – even though they are evidently doing much less work. Another public sector ploy to be paid for by taxing people more so they become poorer and commit more crime.

  103. 103
    Scouse Micky says:

    Five grand personalised plate!? Thanks for that Luce, that gives us a starting price when we nick it!

  104. 104
    Tom Watson says:

    Phone hacking! Phone hacking! Phone hacking! Phone hacking! Phone hacking! Phone hacking! Phone hacking! Phone hacking! Phone hacking! Phone hacking! Phone hacking! Phone hacking! Phone hacking! Phone hacking! Phone hacking!

  105. 105
    m =od b/t go/ing m*ad ag*ain to#day says:

    “If parents complained, the director general’s office would write”

    The good old British stiff upper lip!

    “Dear Points of View, I wish to complain about the presenter of Children’s Hour. He se*xually mol*ested our son in a BBC lava*tory. In future, my children will listen to comm*ercial radio and we’ll have none of this BBC nonsense in our household. Shame on you, BBC! Yours sincerely, A. Parent (disgusted).”

  106. 106
    Mrs May says:

    Police today have tasered a blind man whose white stick was mistaken for a sword.

    Look out those in a wheelchair, or “Armoured Personnel Carrier” as they’re known to the police.

  107. 107
    Scouse Micky says:

    A good start would be to publish the details in the Liverpool echo if that hasn’t happened already. At least Berger’s constituents won’t be able to say they were’nt told.

  108. 108
    Tom Catesby says:

    Mention of Chucka et al, Berger and what she did with their greasy poles makes one feel quite ill.

  109. 109
    Clive says:

    Did Richard Branston (the man who invented the vacuum cleaner) also invent Branston Chutney Pickle?

  110. 110
    The public says:

    We don’t like corruption

  111. 111
    Peter Grimes says:

    Anwar Ansari owns swathes of student campus let properties. He claims great friendship with lots of influential ZaNuLieBor politicos who may well have helped in his acquisition of those properties, so no surprise that a ZaNuLieBor MP took his money, probably one of many.
    The idea of further tax breaks for buy-to-let landlords already benefiting from ultra low interest rates and rocketing rents is an abomination.

  112. 112
    The public says:

    He’s right you know. But there is no danger to the public, just the thieves.

  113. 113
    Tom Catesby says:

    The only ‘security risk’ the scumbags are worried about is, it may get into the thick heads of the ‘plebs’ who voted for them to stop doing it.

  114. 114
    V1le Labour ruined my Country says:

    All MP’s are corrupt it’s just a qurstion of degree.

  115. 115
    The public says:

    You mean he’s bent?

  116. 116
    nellnewman says:

    hmm not just cash for access either – now it’s being suggested that mp’s are exploiting expenses loopholes to acquire taxpayer funded property for renting out in private sector and the spe@ker is trying to block details of who they are. So they too would benefit from such a tax change.

    Expenses scandal Mark II indeed!!

    No doubt she and her bosom pal chuckusyamoney will be found to be at the centre of it all when the truth is out – and it will come out in the end.

    shameless, brazen, greedy, troughing lot!!!

  117. 117
  118. 118
    Call me Dave says:

    Last night I had a dream about Jimmy Savile, What a prick

    and his ball were big and hairy and lickable too

  119. 119
    Enough of this silliness says:

    The vacuum cleaner was invented by J Edgar Hoover. Branston Pickle was invented by Hollywood actor Kenneth Branagh. It was originally sold in 1,000Kg pots under the name, “Branagh’s Tonne of Pickle”, but this was shorted to “Bran’s ton o’pickle” and eventually “Branston Pickle”.

    The quantity of pickle has been reduced over the years, in much the same way that cream eggs and Mars Bars are much smaller than they once were.

  120. 120
    Anonymous says:

    Is that baby gravy on her forehead?

  121. 121
    Moby dick says:

    I’m 161 years old today

  122. 122
  123. 123
    Mornington Crescent says:

    Pretty spine-chilling stuff, IF it’s genuine. I couldn’t listen to the end, TBH.

    And yet… nothing in the press today. Those guardians of press standards Watson and Bryant seem to find e-mails from Cameron far more important than k.d.fiddling.

    To his credit, even Michael Buerk stated, on last night’s Moral Maze (R4) that “we’ve just walked past the sculptures of Eric Gill, who had sex with his daughters and even his dog…”

    Tragic.

  124. 124
    Or rather... says:

    “Throwing a sausage down Regent Street”.

  125. 125
    V1le Labour ruined my Country says:

    Coming to a mosk near you when Iran gets the bomb.

  126. 126
    I wonder says:

    Have the muzzies apologised for what they did at Baltimore (Ireland)?

  127. 127
    On the BBC shilling says:

    Doesn’t look good for simpson either, willingly working for decades for an organisation that turned a blind eye to such activities.

  128. 128
    Beast says:

    Chukka the money shot

    I cannot belive that a Scouser , a J e w and a politician could be involved in corruption

  129. 129

    Could you ask your scrap metal friend to kindly confine himself to using the tradesman’s entrance, please dear! He keeps leaving his muck all over your front welcome mat.

  130. 130
    Tunbridge Wells resident says:

    It was in the Telegraph yesterday or the day before. Lots of people don’t wash their hands after going to the bog. Disgusting.

  131. 131
    Ed Dafty, LimpDim MP says:

    Vince and sleep right through Cabinet Meetings.

  132. 132
    Hmm says:

    Allerton Priory. Developments

    How times Change.

    I used to be an altar boy and serve at mass there. Fantastic breakfast after and as many boiled sweets as you could fit in one hand.

    Unfortunately no kiddy fiddling either.

  133. 133
    The BBC are cunts says:

  134. 134
    Peter Grimes says:

    Does that mean that Marianne Faithful needs two of the new, smaller size to fill her up?

  135. 135
    Luther Missett says:

    I read EG’s autobiography where ISTR him saying you never forget the first time you see your girl naked with her hair down. Also he referred to na erection as “a pillar of fire”.

  136. 136

    The problem with that theory is that although all of her constituents are well placed and overly qualified to go rob a copy of the Liverpool Echo, they either can’t read, or they are so off their tits by 10:00 am, they’ll think their chips have fallen out of it, and spend the rest of the day searching.

  137. 137
    Walter, the other dummy (who looks like Vince Cable), says:

  138. 138
    Jeremy Hunt says:

    Meanwhile censoring in government E petitions continues:
    Listed below are the e-petitions that failed to meet the terms and conditions.

    Royal marine arresst

    12/10/2012

    Save Our Servicemen

    14/10/2012

    Return Sunday To A Day Of Rest

    06/08/2011

    Will the Big Society mow Barbara’s lawn?

    24/09/2012

    so much for democracy and free speech

  139. 139
    Peter Grimes says:

    Perhaps Guido can investigate if any new halls of residence were being tendered in Liverpool in 2010, and if so if Ansari ‘won’ the contract

  140. 140
    Peter Grimes says:

    Or NHS accommodation, he is big in that, too.

  141. 141
    M says:

    Unfortunately Gordon it’s the same compass that jack sparrow owned in the pirates of the carrabian

  142. 142
    The voice of unreason says:

    She’s pretty cute – I thought she would have been able to charge more for an hours work.

  143. 143
    Francis Scott Key says:

    Has the Royal Navy apologized for what they did at Baltimore USA?

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Star-Spangled_Banner

  144. 144
    bergen says:

    For years we have had politically correct nonsense forced on us by the BBC and it now appears that it condoned behaviour which we old fashioned “forces of conservatism” would never have tolerated in our businesses. They really think they’re above everything.

  145. 145
    Labour are corrupt bastards says:

    Chucka Umunna, Sion Simon and Euan Blair have been there-fucking no way!!! Wouldn’t touch her with yours Mr Case………………

  146. 146
    Harold Stepfinger says:

    See, I told you — you dirty old man

  147. 147
    Yvonne from the Colliers Arms Clydach says:

    Why should property developers be given tax subsidies for what they supposedly do best ?

    The woman behind this is obviously deranged unless she has been wined and dined by someone or has family connections .

    Every man woman and child should be treated the same I say .

    Trafford Council yesterday told all the staff they had not sacked that they would be forced next year to take an additional five days holiday unpaid .

    If this applied throughout the country and included the unemployed and disabled the country’s finances would be looking a lot better .

    This Government I tell you cannot think outside of the box and that is why it is failing the people it sheepishly claims to serve .

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    Arse says:

    Luciana Berger is quite bummable for an MP.

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    Anonymous says:

    I would cum all over her pretty face

  150. 150
    Anonymous says:

    I would fuck her until she cried

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    the furry fish says:

    jeez what a shambles.

  152. 152
    Anonymous says:

    perhaps less pretty but with more character, wit, intelligence is what is termed as a lovely bit of integrity?

  153. 153
    ED says:

    Don’t you mean Labour trollop?

  154. 154
    Paddy says:

    Will your hubby be claiming expenses for the caravan?

  155. 155
    The Countess of Wythenshawe says:

    How would you like a kick in the goolies ?

  156. 156
    Paddy says:

    Have they got a majority? If not , hang them all.

  157. 157
    Polly's Villa in Tuscany says:

    She’s the British “putain de la République”…

    Apparently Chukka is hung like a rogue elephant. Sion, not so much…

  158. 158
    David B says:

    If she failed to disclose the interest she is TOAST

  159. 159
    Airey Belvoir says:

    The ‘muzzie’ who carried off the unfortunate inhabitants of Baltimore to slavery in Algiers (Murad Rey) was in fact a renegade Dutchman. Strange but true.
    And when, years later, a Christian rescue mission was mounted to buy them back, some preferred to stay, as they were living better as senior house slaves than they had been back home.

  160. 160
    blub says:

    The rate of return from investing in politiicians must be enormous – close down R&D, invest 10% of the money saved in politicians, trouser the rest.

  161. 161
    blub says:

    Zzend uzz yor childrenzz

  162. 162
    blub says:

    “how come the Conservatives are still called the nasty party”

    The PBC dominate comedy programming which is the ground layer of politics.

  163. 163
    I says:

    So it was Uncle Dirty Mac then! Well well whoda thunk it.

  164. 164
    blub says:

    After Sion Simon? I could never fancy a woman whose bar was set that low.

  165. 165
    Get them to make a will says:

    But Liverpool remains a great city, home of many innovations. Look at this exciting new care pathway they have invented for our elderly relatives.

  166. 166

    Well Dave Cameron is 6ft 1 inch, Ed Miliband is 5ft 11 inches and Nick Clegg is 6ft 1.5 inches – where’s my fucking fiver, you perv!

  167. 167

    Well – call me A cab!

  168. 168
    keredybretsa says:

    She might be a pretty little bird. Certainly pretty dodgy. Needs to get her wings clipped soonest.

  169. 169
    Peter Grimes says:

    Ansari has form, of course –

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/politics/2008/jan/28/uk.partyfunding

    And his local consituency is next door to Chuckus’!

  170. 170
    Peter Grimes says:

    And other peoples’ info about him is sometimes useful.

    http://files.shownd.com/d/a/r/dartaviksna/resume.pdf?1349749612

    Metroplitan Resources NW, Liverpool.

  171. 171
    Peter Grimes says:

    And there is this –
    “Wednesday, December 1, 2010

    Legal dog house
    I have been passed an interesting e-mail from a solicitor employed by Dr Ansari, who takes issue with the recent article about his donation to Luciana’s campaign.

    In the interest of fairness I will list his complaints, as this blog has always allowed a right of reply to humans named here.

    1. Dr Ansari claims he made no donation specifically to fund Luciana. (Although Luciana lists his donation in her declaration of interests – so is her declaration a lie? If so I apologize to Doctor Ansari and suggest he takes action against Luciana for defaming him.)

    2. Dr Anwar maintains that there was no major scandal associated with him. The proxy donor in question just happened to rent a flat from him. (Well I make no argument either way, however two Labour supporting newspapers linked him to the scandal, therefor it is fair for this blog to report that he was linked to it.)

    3. There is no evidence to suggest that the Labour NEC considered Dr Ansari unfit for office. (I make no such suggestion, merely quote the example given in the Daily Mirror by a Labour insider as to why someone might be vetoed by the NEC.)

    4. Dr Ansari has not submitted “controversial planning applications” in Liverpool. (Depends on how you define controversial? However the majority of planning applications he has made in Liverpool have either been refused or presumably would have been refused if he hadn’t withdrawn them. And as a private landlord making a profit by housing asylum seekers in hostels, he can hardly claim to be in an uncontroversial business)

    5. Dr Ansari has very little in the way of property interests in Greater Manchester. (So by “very little” is it accepted that he does indeed have property interests in Greater Manchester?)

    So I am glad we could clarify all that for Dr Ansari.”

    http://dudethedog.blogspot.co.uk/

  172. 172
    Peter Grimes says:

    Or there is this –

    http://louisebaldock.blogspot.co.uk/2007/07/housing-housing-housing-homes-homes.html

    “Hi

    I am a member from london,i am vice chair of a constituency in london.At present i am spending a lot of time in liverpool due to work.
    I would like to get involved in helping with the by-election coming up.Can some give me details of the organiser or the person in charge of the campaign

    regards

    dr anwar ansari
    9:22 PM
    Louise Baldock said…
    Hi Anwar, we would love to see you. Email me at louise.baldock at liverpool.gov.uk”

  173. 173
    Anonymous says:

    I want her to suck my cum and then rest for twenty minutes or so and then piss down her throat and swallow that to.

  174. 174
    Anonymous says:

    cameron is a pussy my taxes are fuck all when is he going to man up and charge me a decent amount to help our poor

  175. 175
    Anonymous says:

    i want to fuck her ass until it bleeds and then cum listening to her crying. Then lock her in my sex dungeon and starve her until she begs for my ejaculate as her sole source of sustenance.. yeeah

  176. 176
    Smell the glove says:

    Ansari would that be the ansari that I worked with at bbc radio merseyside in the early oos of course in them days it was all about talent rather than colour.

  177. 177
    BrynGerard says:

    The donations came from companies owned by people who are known around Merseyside as ‘dodgy’. But that doesn’t make the allegations real. One company declared itself Bankrupt (Purple Apple) some time after the donation. The properties owned by this company are ones that were once public buildings in and around the city centre that lay empty for years.

    I think all the properties were sold to??? just before they Bankrupted the company.

    Wonder if Derek Hatton had owt to do with Purple Apple?

    Allerton Priory LLB, is an exclusive development in Woolton that only wealthy people can afford to buy.

  178. 178
    Chairman of the BBC *Dis)Trust says:

    Sally Bercow’s competition reduces the price she can charge


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