November 3rd, 2012

Parliamentary Privilege and Criminality

Parliamentary privilege was cited last night by David Grossmann in his Newsnight report as being an obstacle to bringing Denis MacShane to trial, the Labour MP John Mann disagrees:

On Friday Guido was tipped off by a source close to the Standards and Privileges Committee that once they had published their report the way was open for the police to resume their investigations. After consulting a barrister, who was in absolutely no doubt that parliamentary privilege was no longer an obstacle, Guido wrote to Scotland Yard asking them to resume the case – as did the Tory MP Philip Davies.

In 2009 we did the same for Jim Devine who, like Denis MacShane, submitted falsified invoices to back up expense claims. You may recall that David Chaytor, Elliot Morley and Jim Devine went to the Supreme Court to argue that they were protected by parliamentary privilege. They attempted to use the 300-year-old law to argue that any case against them should be dealt with by Parliament rather than the courts. The Supreme Court ruled that expense fiddles were ordinary crimes not covered by parliamentary privilege. Devine was sentenced to 16 months…


  1. 1
    Kebab Time says:

    Nowhere to hide Denis!


    • 3
      Anonymous says:

      Greece is amenable.


      • 32
        What's Left? Not much.. says:

        Talking about privilege……today a beneficiary of the BBC Plutocratic Family Franchise….J Dimblebore Esq……whose family has enjoyed the protective bubble of the BBC Liberation Front for several generations has had the absolute gall to condemn the “witch hunt” over Savile and the paedo ring at the BBC.

        This is in a week when his brother’s little fiefdom “Question Time” aired the most Left wing bigotry in it’s biased history….and what about the BBC’s record of witch hunts against say……Christians, Conservatives, Sarah Palin, Jews, Americans, Israel, capitalism, Romney, Margaret Thatcher, AGW sceptics, free thinkers, Tax Payers Alliance, etc etc etc

        The BBC – protecting the Left at all times


        • 163
          Ron says:

          I think you will find that ‘the left’ as you call it have also been hit by the bbc. Don’t let party bias get in the way of what would have been a good point otherwise.


          • What's Left? says:

            Isn’t it obvious why the BBC Liberation Front is putting out a “spoiler” story on an alleged senior conservative paedo?

            It’s a classic soviet style ploy – to deflect attention away from the BBC quagmire – much used by the spinnerati of New Labour and to “bury bad news.”

            They must have had this story stored up for years – to use when needed.


          • are you fucking blind AND deaf? says:

            Yeah right, you dick. Even Andy Marr and Mark Thompson admitted the beeb were biased, what more fucking proof do you need ffs?



          • c.eng says:

            Ha ha ha ha ha !
            ‘Take that you leftie’ as the feather dusters brushed gently over the dimblebums of socialism.


          • lojolondon says:

            Yes, I remember how Damian McBride was arrested, his office searched and detained. ‘traitor’ was one of the words used by the BBC to describe his actions. Now it is called ‘whistle-blowing’, and parliamentary privilege now extends to protecting proven and admitted fraudsters, when only 2 years ago it did not cover releasing facts previously concealed by civil servants.

            Because the BBC is left-wing and turns out to have protected an entire paedophile ecosystem, therefore you are right, some left-wingers have been damaged by the BBC, but that is restricted to girls below the age of 15.


        • 168
          Rudolph says:

          “The BBC – protecting the Left at all times”

          It seems as though there are many people in the BBC who, by helping to hide “abnormal behaviour” (in most of its guises) in others, are trying to hide their own peculiarities…..and there is an enormous number of non-standard beings in there.


        • 224
          The Land of the Politically Correct and Mendacious says:

          Witch Hunts against Murdoch NewsCorp = Good
          Witch Hunts against BBC = Bad


          • Anonymous says:

            neither murdoch nor the BBC exposed paedophilia.
            if those with the power to expose choose not to…
            if freedom is not used responsibly?
            then is it being misused.
            should then the freedom be taken away.
            it appears so. why are some protected in this country? are we that emotionally needy of them? innocent are those that are most needy. They are the ones who get hurt.
            and they are the ones we need to protect.
            but how?


        • 361
          Mister Ectomy. says:

          Sounds good to me.


      • 97

        A BBC hack spin speculating to protect a Labour trougher from prosecution???


        • 143
          Everybody who reads this blog says:

          Given that you hide behind the name “Kebab Time” and “8lLLy … etc” it is surprising, to say the east, to see you commenting on MacShane hiding. Were you so excited to try and be first that you did not appreciate what a huhne you were making of yourself again.


        • 213
          Lady Virginia Droit de Seigneur says:

          Mac Shane is a criminal and needs to be locked up. As he abused a public position the sentence should be more severe than for a general member of the public.

          He is also a Hunt and someone who has consistently lied to the British population for personal gain (e.g. the EU constitution is a tidying up exercise)


          • Lady Virginia Droit de Seigneur says:

            Guido you prick if you are going to sub the c word it should be “Hoon” or “Huhne”


          • Norman Stanley Fletcher says:

            Even if the Met (a branch of the Labour party) forwards the files to the CPS (another branch of the Labour party), it’s a nailed-on certainty that the CPS will just let them gather dust somewhere. The CPS’s bias provides a stay-out-of-jail card for Labour politicians and their fellow-travellers.


          • Beowulff says:

            He is also a socialist, in the true meaning of the word, ‘a hypocritical mendacious arsehole’


          • Bri says:

            Kevin Barron MP in Rotherhan (Labour of course) sits on the Standards etc Committee I believe. He has come out to condemn McShane, wasn’t he criticised the other week for renting a 3 bedroomed semi off a London Labour MP so that the said MP could claim expenses for another property.

            He admitted it looked bad but was in the rules.

            Wankers the lot of them and they wonder why no one has any respect for politicians.
            As you can guess I’m a Rotherham voter.


      • 503
        Barkis says:

        I’m willing.


    • 4
      Arthur Foxache says:

      You’er all living in a dream…ourMP’sare Honner’rabble..


    • 37
      Linky says:

      Highest court in UK dismisses argument that expenses issue should be covered by parliamentary privilege rather than legal system


    • 85
      BBC misspokesperson says:

      I see a great future for Dennis hidden in plain view on the BBC


    • 112
      Arse bandit of Old England! says:

      Strange how Tony Blair’s records were all shredded…I can only surmise that his claims record was clean and nothing of interest to look at.


      • 142
        Ex Ah! Monika says:

        Were they legally his to shred? If not….


        • 235
          Quiet Bat Person says:

          Tony Blair was a corrupt expenses fiddler.

          If he wants to sue me, he should produce his expenses claims in evidence against me.

          One is required by law to retain certain records for 6 years – he probably shredded them anyway.


        • 333
          Norman Stanley Fletcher says:

          They almost certainly weren’t his to shred. In most private firms, employees have to submit original receipts (which are retained by the employer) with expenses claims, so why should public employees be any different?


      • 328
        Blowing Whistles says:

        Please note: during his reign of terror – His Direct Communications Unit (DCU) recieved numerous timelocked faxes. That such information in said faxes entered into the DCU and were acknowledged as recieved by Jan Taylor (tel 0207 925 0918 at the time) cannot be dismissed; never mind Bliars shredding.

        The said information was thus ‘known’ by The manic depressive, maniac and control freak Alistair Campbell at all times – and as much as he might protest that he did not know – He did. Whether he chose to tell his master or not is his and his masters’ problem.


      • 355
        Beowulff says:

        Move along here, we’re busy making a fortune and creating a dynasty, nothing for you plebs to get involved in.


    • 141
      B Boyd says:

      I think Denis McShane is sufficiently impartial to go back to the BBC.


    • 477
      Anonymous says:

      In it, she gushed: ‘I am so rooting for you tomorrow and not just as a personal friend but because professionally we’re definitely in this together.’

      Referring to another issue, she said: ‘Let’s discuss over country supper soon.’ It concluded, excruciatingly, ‘Speech of your life? Yes he Cam!’

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    • 555
      lojolondon says:

      But it is nice to see the bastards try!!


  2. 2
    ancientpopeye says:

    Go man, lock him up.


    • 15
      Laughing hangman says:

      Come down to the shower end meet my BNP friend bubba, who wants to play hide the soap


    • 64
      Thanx for the opportunity says:

      As a Rotherhamite, can I just add my own message of support to Denis?

      Fuck off Denis.


    • 93
      Maximus says:

      I have a nice lock-up garage for that purpose which I will gladly hire out to HM Prison Service for oh let’s see £50k a year should cover it, security not included of course.


  3. 5

    The BBC/Guardian Axis of Drivel are getting their mitigation in early – he was embezzling in a good cause you see. Basically Dennis was a secret agent, using creative accounting to fight the BNP, and defeat resurgent European anti-semitism.

    I wonder how the cause of anti-semitism has been served by his exposure as a lying, chiseling, thief?

    I look forward to his jailing – anything less will be an injustice.


    • 19
      western spring says:

      Anti-semitism, like anti-racism, is code for anti-white.


    • 25
      Lawyers spouting pish says:

      Remember the Mark “Stephens Doctrine” in that if one MP gets away with something then they all should.


    • 48
      Mark Skid says:

      “The BBC/Guardian Axis of Drivel”. I tip my pith helmet in your general direction.


      • 190
        Denis Matyjaszek says:

        On 25 May 2009, during the expenses scandal of 2009 Smith wrote an article for The Guardian titled “I am sick of my country and this hysteria over MPs”[6] objecting to the furore over MPs’ expenses which she cited as an example of bullying in public life, stating that her partner was an (unnamed) MP. She stands by the article and has since republished it on her website. A complaint by the British National Party against MacShane concerning expenses was referred to the Metropolitan police in October 2010.[7] The investigation concluded in July 2012 with an announcement that the police would take no further action.[36]


    • 86
      Fish says:

      Following the earlier Torypaedo story, the BBC item on MacShame was put in as a sop to balance – and a perfunctory one at that.

      No investigation of MacShame you’ll notice – basically a news report including the ‘he didn’t benefit personally’ finale.


      • 187
        Bill Sykes says:

        If I am caught thieving, then offer to return the gear or claim the theft was not for my own personal benefit, but merely to keep my poor old mother in shoes and I did not personally benefit. That’s alright then?


      • 299
        Anonymous says:

        Ah, I see! They are playing the Robin Hood card.


      • 334
        Blowing Whistles says:

        Proceeds of Crime Act 2002; The Fraud Act 2006; Theft from the public purse and many many other acts do apply.


    • 95
      ibrahim says:

      he has made a mistake I think by not just holding his hands up and saying he was wrong. there is always a way back for people who are genuinely sorry – and rightly so. What he did, however, was try and tar people as anti-semites and part of a right wing plot to get him.


    • 131
      Dennis MacShamed says:

      Not from the axis of drivel!


    • 161
      Engineer says:

      BBC PM Programme yesterday evening had a long interview with ‘a friend of Denis MacShane’ who went on at great length about MacShane’s relentless fight against fascism. Perhaps somebody should tell him that Fascism was defeated in 1945 (at very great cost in blood and treasure). Since then, it has only really cropped up around the fringes of politics. How many people actually support Fascism these days?

      The BBC is beyond a joke.


      • 184
        Denis Matyjaszek says:

        MacShane’s relentless fight against fascism.

        No mention of it on wikipedia perhaps because it does not exist? (Unlike his relentless fight against honesty.)


        • 295
          Lady Virginia Droit de Seigneur says:

          The only thing MacHoon has been relentless about is filling his own pockets.

          Dennis – hopefully your bum will hurt for months after you get out.


      • 192
        Tom Catesby says:

        He’s an antifacist thief, so what?


      • 198
        jgm2 says:

        It’s the same tactic the bedwetters always employ. If you criticize a bedwetter woman it’s because you is a misogynist. If you criticize a bedwetter bl*ck it is cos you is racist. If you criticize a bedwetter white male it is cos of their relentless fight against fascism and you are an anti-semite.

        However when they fall about the place swooning about ‘the witch’ Fatcher it is most certainly not because a ‘mere’ woman handed their arse to them. Fuck no. When they or their fellow-travellers pen article after article in the Grauniad condemning Is*ra*el it isn’t ‘cos they are anti-semites. Fuck no. When they attack Baroness Warsi it ain’t cos they are racist. Fuck no.


      • 559
        Sarge says:

        Indeed, a fight requiring a large budget and frequent cash injections. No need to bother the taxpayer, just create your own invoices. If the fascists complain that this is fraud, well,they are fascists and this is war.

        Hereafter known as the McShane rationale.


  4. 5
    Anonymous says:

    oh dear oh dear, not too sure he will be looking to smug today……Bring it on only another 640 odd to go, and I do mean fuckin odd…….When is Chris Huhne going to prison Guido ?


  5. 7
    nellnewman says:

    Exactly! The Supreme Court ruled on Devine and the others that they couldn’t claim Parliamentary privelege and neither must mcshane be allowed to.

    Justice must be seen to be done! Well Done Guido keep at it!


    • 193
      jgm2 says:

      It was the Labour government (or, more specifically, the Maximum Imbecile) who effectively removed Parliamentary privilege when they had an opposition MP arrested on bogus national security charges just to stop some embarrassing leaks.

      There they were, Straw, Jacqui Smith etc etc all po-faced on TV giving it ‘MPs are subject to the same laws as everybody else…’ So fucking short-sighted were they to shut up an embarrassing leak by any means possible that it never occurred to the stupid c*unts what a precedent they were setting. The wicked and malicious fuckers, particularly>/i> Labour MPs who were ministers during the Imbecility can hardly now go around claiming that they’re suddenly not subject to the same laws as everybody else. Well, they can, but I expect them to be laughed out of court and into jail.


    • 195
      jgm2 says:

      Try again with the formatting..

      It was the Labour government (or, more specifically, the Maximum Imbecile) who effectively removed Parliamentary privilege when they had an opposition MP arrested on bogus national security charges just to stop some embarrassing leaks.

      There they were, Straw, Jacqui Smith etc etc all po-faced on TV giving it ‘MPs are subject to the same laws as everybody else…’ So fucking short-sighted were they to shut up an embarrassing leak by any means possible that it never occurred to the stupid c*unts what a precedent they were setting. The wicked and malicious fuckers, particularly Labour MPs who were ministers during the Imbecility can hardly now go around claiming that they’re suddenly not subject to the same laws as everybody else. Well, they can, but I expect them to be laughed out of court and into jail.


  6. 8
    Anonymous says:

    See if your EU pals will protect you now!


    • 83
      Fingers crossed says:

      You’re being too hard on this poor man. He was going through such a hard time that he forgot to give the necessary attention to his expence claims. Such is the excuse of a maggot.
      Man up dude.
      You’ve (hopefully) got worse to come.


  7. 9
    illogical says:

    Why does there appear to be an excess of corrupt politicians touched by the sporran recently?.
    Is there something in the water up North that makes a politician lose their way?
    Blair, Brown, Devine, McShane,Joyce etc recently, all with a Scottish background and am sure there must be Scots Tories too who have transgressed.


  8. 10
    Lady Mac Al Pine says:

    I was going to be on Newsnight but my learned friend stopped it. Never mind I’m sure it was nothing important.


    • 13
      Leo Britain says:

      Me too, phew


      • 18
        Lord Gayvill Janitor says:

        They nearly got me once but pulling a few strings worked wonders lol


      • 238
        John "the sex pest" Prescott says:

        Sticking your hand up a colleague’s wife’s skirt is perfectly acceptable in my view.


        • 260
          Prescott believes Police Commisoners should live be different rules than Police Officers says:

          Its also perfectly acceptable behaviour for a Police Commisioner, though not for an actual Police Officer obviously.


        • 362
          Protector of Standards Aljabeebang says:

          John will be John.

          More cutting edge comedy later, ha ha effin ha


        • 381
          Freedom of the Prezza? says:

          So would your competing in a spaghetti-eating contest, I am sure, but the thought of that is equally nauseating to contemplate.


    • 225
      Tom Driburg says:

      I set the standard.


      • 278
        Bent as a Boothby says:

        We would make the Borgias blush.


        • 313
          Reginald Kray says:

          You lot kept me and bruvva Ron in business for years, and don’t fink we wasn’t grateful, gents! Bofe o’ ya Lordships bein’ bent as a 9-bob note, and Ron as well, knowin’ ‘oo else was too, kept us collectin’ ‘ush money, reg’lar as church, from those wot ‘ad reputations to up’old! Cheers, Lords Poofby and Bradwell, or Bob and Tom, as we was on a first-name basis!


          • Blowing Whistles says:

            Wot ‘appened when one of you boys was on the run and got nabbed by a rozzer in Plymouth eh? Who pulled what strings of leverage for Ya eh? That bent copper who nicked ya is dead now – not that he didn’t go on at the time to become a criminal & fraud in his own locality.


    • 282
      Sailor Ted says:

      Better not let on how utterly corrupt and compromised we in the establishment are. Wouldn’t want the stupid plebs losing faith in their betters.


  9. 11
    dunstall says:

    Top man Guido unlike piss poor Newsnight this IS investigative journalism thank god for the internet


  10. 12
    Dick the Prick says:

    But it was all someone else’s fault, can’t you see? And he loves Rotherham (bollox, i’ve been there) and he loves the Labour party…err…the CPS must show compassion to this …. oh, I can’t be arsed.


    • 16
      eeh bah gum says:

      Mr Name-changer MacShane-Matyjazek didn’t love the indigenous people of Rotherham enough to do anything about the moslem paedo gang preying on their young daughters for ten years.


    • 17
      Fred says:

      Did he try to stop the mozzie perv gang abusing Rotherhams white girls for years on end? The answer is no.


      • 21
        dunstall says:

        Two by election in the offing Middlesborough and Rotherham both with large Asian populations and large white underclass wholly dependent on the state handouts .There will be at least one Asian Labour candidate no surprises here methinks


    • 107
      XXXX says:

      McShane was a Libore HQ placeman another reason for before qualifying for a member of parliament of a constituency they should have actually lived there for 5 or more years


  11. 14
    We the People demand real justice says:

    That only leaves the Marg*aret Mo*ran escape route or the ECHR’s act…..

    & will be interesting to see what happens & IF the Police really will act

    or continue like the way they are handling the Beeb Sa*vile by appearing

    to fcuk all……..

    The power of the secret hand*shake pervades every part of our society

    but its not for our good, just the select few……nudge.. nudge wink wink


    • 230
      Lady Virginia Droit de Seigneur says:

      Watching MacShane having a mental breakdown would be almost as good as watching him being banged up…

      except of course it would be faked like Moran.

      They’re all Hunts really aren’t they?


  12. 20
    Fcuk ZanuLielabor says:

    And please remember he’s been aided & abetted by “ZanuLieLabor”,

    who only washed there hands of him, AGAIN, when they had no other choice !!

    Whats the betting he is still fully in cahoots with them behind closed

    doors & away from the cameras & microphones !!

    We all know how honest & open ZanuLieLabor are, just look at there track

    record over the last 20+ years, says it all !!


  13. 22
    50 Calibre says:

    The sooner McShane is in the slammer, the better for the HoC and Parliament in general. Crooks and credibility don’t really mix.


    • 105
      ibrahim says:

      thing is, MacShane looks honest in comparison to Kinnock or Blair. it’s small fry. I mean bang up/kill the c#nt anyway, just saying he aint the worst


  14. 23
    neothesis says:

    McShame has been a BBC favourite and their go to talking head for years, they knew full well that McShame was a common thief and crook, his shame is their shame.


    • 29
      To Be Fair says:

      To be fair , compared to enabling and covering for child abusers this is probably small beer .


      • 446
        Rat's arse says:

        Fair enough TBF. However, it is still thieving AND thieving from the general public. I dread to think of all the millions these troughing b*st*rds have screwed out of us.

        McShame should be prosecuted.


    • 31
      Anon & never voted ZanuLieLabor & never will says:

      The word Shame is not in the Beeb’s dictionary & never will be……

      especially when it comes to there beloved ZanuLieLabor they can never

      ever do anything wrong so no Crime can exist by them as a result.

      The Chairman of the B B C (dis)Trust aka the decades old kid*die

      fidd*lers organ*isation funded by state legalised ext*ortion, states

      they are accountable to their Licence Payers !!! I ROFLMFHO x 2

      IF Fang Pang the bloated Chairman expects people to believe that

      then he should be sectioned under the Mental Health Act !!

      sooner rather than later as he’s gone totally native


    • 38
      Douglas Carter says:

      Intentionally denuded of a ‘Europe’ policy for years, Labour have been hiding behind MacShane, conveniently, even when he wasn’t officially a Labour MP on televised and radio interviews, documentaryies and events.

      When the subject of ‘corruption’ came up (doubtless a clip can be found – maybe ‘Question Time…?…) his traditional – and repeated – answer was …’but there’s ALWAYS corruption in large organisations.

      Personally, I always thought of that as an ill-concealed but still manifest endorsement of the practice. Nice to be proven correct on this one.


    • 205
      jgm2 says:

      According to wiki he used to work for the BBC which explains how he seemed to pop up so often despite being an otherwise no-mark MP.

      It seems that not content with adopting his mother’s maiden name he found time to ring his own show (under another false name) with false allegations against a T*ry MP and, with typical ineptitude was found out.

      The man has a history of adopting false aliases and making bogus claims.


  15. 24
    Anon & never voted ZanuLieLabor & never will says:

    I am sure Guido with his excellent resources will be able to locate this tweet

    & post here for everyone to read……


  16. 26
    domino316 says:

    Betty Boothroyd : Commons Hansard Column 351, 21st July 1993, at 3.30 pm

    “There has of course been no amendment of the Bill of Rights”.

    Alas that is not the case since the Roman Catholic Relief Act 1829 removed many bars to Catholics (or others having positions in Government / Public life), which were set out in the BoR, Act of Settlement etc. and the same Bill of Rights says essentially “no foreign power, prince or prelate will have authority in this Kingdom”.

    So if you want the Bill of Rights to uphold your right to Parliamentary Privilege presumably you don’t mind that I want the same Bill to uphold my desire not to be governed by Europe (or is it really we will just pcik which parts of the Bill of Rights most suitable”.


  17. 27
    Chief Cashier says:

    If no custodial sentence can be given for McShanes offences, how about with holding his golden pension, this would really hurt a man who seems to be obsessed with money


  18. 28
    Media spouting pish says:

    The Parliamemtary privilege angle is basically a red herring. Even if the letters written to the commission by McShane were held to be inadmissible the evidence is still there. All they need is the claim forms and some basic investigation which will establish the fictitious parts of the claims and bobs yer uncle. You dont actually need a written confession from MCShane to prove that certain individuals or bodies dont exist, that will become self evident in due course.


    • 44
      Anon says:

      But what IF the BLIAR escape route has been en-acted and all incriminating

      expenses documents relating to Mac’No’Shame & his crim*inal activities

      have been conveniently & mysteriously Shredded ??

      That would not surprise given ZanuLieLabors very long track record

      of mendacity & manipulation by any & every means possible,

      along with the Beeb its what they do !!


      • 152
        Charges must follow says:

        Just like the Blair claims , they will be on a hard drive in the fees office. Its not uncommon for companies and other public bodies to dispose of original documents. Courts have held in the past that should that be the case any computer copies ARE admissible in evidence. Every Fraud investigator knows this as does the CPS. If there really was a will to see what Blair claimed its easily obtainable.


      • 156
        Charges must follow says:

        Your also missing the obvious fact that people do possess copies of McShanes expenses otherwise we would never have known about them. They can be admitted in evidence should the originals have dissapeared


  19. 30
    @# says:

    David Laws put forward as mitigating circumstances that he was a secret homosexual, living with his partner which he did not want his family to discover. The committee must have known that the so called “secret” of Mr Laws homosexuality was not a secret in Westminster, everyone knew, yet the committee accepted this. Even if this were true and he did not want his family to discover his sexual preferences, why on earth should they? How would they know what David Laws claimed in expenses? Does his family trawl through his expense claims? I find this incredulous.
    John Lyons said that Laws broke 6 rules, and suspended him for just 7 days for serious and substantial breaches of parliamentary standards, but said that there was no evidence that he did out of personal gain for himself and his partner? Rubbish! Absolute complete and utter rubbish! Of course he and his partner personally gained out of having over £60,000 paid off their mortgage and towards their household expenses, who does Lyons thinks gained then, the church mice?

    At least Denis MacShane had the integrity and decency to fall on his own sword, not so David Laws, he was forced to resign his new job as Secretary to the Treasury, but refused to resign as an MP and during his time supposedly outside Government, we later learn that he has been kept close and in the loop and as soon as he was able, David Cameron brought him back into the Government as an Education Minister. Great now we have a thief having contact with our children and Cameron placed him there!


    • 33
      dunstall says:

      Laws will get the heave ho at the next election


    • 41
      Calamity Clegg says:

      Er, I think I am solely responsible for stacking the Cabinet with LimpDim ‘stars’ such as Incapabke Vince, Ed Daftly, Chris Hoon, the Ginger Rodent and David Laws.


    • 47
      Frank's son says:

      Agreed! But Denis, you are still a fraudster!!


    • 82
      Mrs Mary Whitehouse says:

      ‘Fall on his own sword’?

      I thought he was going to be suspended from Parliament for a year, leaving his constituents with no MP! Isn’t that why he was forced to resign?


    • 118
      Blowing Whistles says:

      The issue with Laws was that he ‘attempted to use homophobia legislation’ to “silence and conceal” his expense fiddling. It backfired on him.

      In other words – he used the homophobia legislation [He raised The ohmo silencing card] – wrongly and illegally to try protect his wrongdoing over expense fiddling.

      When a homo uses legislation and laws etc to silence “proper and lawful criticism” of their financial activities – they do so wrongly. Many of them raise the ‘get out card’ quite conveniently and the press & media appear not to want to address this matter head on.

      Many criminals use certain laws by raising certain ‘get out cards’ [The A semitism card is one huge example] to try and obstruct the course of justice and deflect proper and lawful criminal criticism from themselves.


    • 207
      jgm2 says:

      Good effort at distraction.

      But nobody (or very few people here) are supporting Laws either. One at a time.


  20. 35
    occasionally piste says:

    Be fair. One of his favourite hobbies was skiing where he could pretend to be checking for old school nazis on the slippery slopes. Sporting pastimes often cover a multitude of sins.
    Schweizerdeutsch does not ring true with the ear in comparison with Austrian German. Just a pity he tried to pass off the multilingual Swiss instructor lessons as genuine translation costs in his falsified claims.


    • 84
      Archangel Alf says:

      It’s the blessed carol Barnes that I feel sorry for.
      Fancy being about to shake off this mortal coil and find McShane by your bedside. Horror of horrors.


  21. 40
    Newsnight bites the dust says:


    • 56
      Ex-libel lawyer says:

      English libel law represents the travesty of justice

      Only developed in order to enrich a few bent libel solicitors and barristers whose names we know

      They are a disgrace to any notion of justice


    • 66
      Aunty Matter says:

      Surely the BBC if they have evidence should hand it over to the Police OR if they are 100% sure publish and then have their day in court?

      What the BBC did last night was gutless and cowardly leaving it to Twatter mongs to basically name every politician going.

      The BBC really are scraping the barrel these days.


    • 209
      jgm2 says:

      The truth is a perfect defence. If they’re confident of their facts then they should have named and be damned. If not then they had no business making vague allegations whereby every man and his dog is now getting trashed in the rumour mill. (Some of them will probably like that though).


  22. 43
    @# says:

    If an ordinary person was found guilty of claiming housing benefit when they knew they were not entitled to it as they were cohabiting, and it went to court and they used as an excuse for mitigating circumstances that it was because they were gay and they did not want their family to find out, do you think that “excuse” would hold sway with a judge? No of course it wouldn’t, they would be found guilty and sent to prison. David Laws claimed board and lodging for a room in his partner’s house (which was a lie because he was cohabiting) he knew he was cohabiting and he still claimed knowing it was wrong, he gained personally from this money and so did his partner. If the taxpayer had not coughed up for his so called “rented” room in his lover’s house, then he would have had to pay his lover out of his own bank account and that is gaining personally. The fact is that David Laws a former banker who made millions in the City is a multi-millionaire and he need not have claimed a penny and he wouldn’t have even felt it, the fact is that he is greedy and the more money people like Laws have, the more they want. He is greedy, grasping and grabbing just like his Tory doning bankster chums in the City who brought this country to ruin and who helped other banksters in other countries bring the global economy to ruin, and they are still getting richer with their fat cat salaries and fatcat bonuses, and they are still trying to blame the former Labour government for what they [the banksters] did to the global economy, while we the poor people are struggling to pay for it all, with cuts to our standard of living, our jobs, our children’s futures, our public services etc – one rule for the rich, and another for us!


    • 49
      Frank's son says:

      Very true! But your beloved Denis is still a fraudster!


      • 50
        @# says:

        Agreed but why was Laws treated differently?


      • 54
        Jon says:

        Ov vey but at least he isnt a perv like Leo, Kenny, Grev, Ted, and the noble Lord Alister.


        • 62
          Shocked and stunned..... says:

          or a traitor to the UK as some Labour people have been in the past :) so what is your point?


          • Fred says:

            MacShame is an Israel-firster living very comfortably defrauding the British taxpayer. Does that make him a ‘traitor’. Probably not, in the strictest sense of the word, as he was never genuinely British to begin with but rather one of the enemy within.


          • Nice says:

            Sanhedrin 55b . A J*w may marry a three year old girl (specifically, three years “and a day” old).

            Sanhedrin 54b . A J*w may have sex with a child as long as the child is less than nine years old.

            Kethuboth 11b . “When a grown-up man has intercourse with a little girl it is nothing.”


          • Shocked and stunned..... says:

            Fred re traitors, Jon talked about Tory ‘perv’…. I was referring to some of our great and good members of the labour party in years gone by and their contacts behind the Iron Curtain.


    • 51
      Anon says:

      Please remember the very large part Gordon Fcuking MacMental played as well !!

      Like the selling or giving away of OUR GOLD he should have been fired &

      prosecuted then a lot of the later fiascos would not have happened !!

      But as a beloved ZanuLieLabor person you won’t wish to see that

      perhaps its best you crawl back under your stone…..


  23. 52
    Dennis MacStein says:

    This is simply an anti semitic attack on everyones favourite holoco$t survivor


  24. 58
    Aunty Matter says:

    The BBC have been spinning for Macshit for the last 24 hours including some mong on the BBC news who totally defended what Macshit did and tried to blame the system.

    Newsnight’s story was one sided and totally supportive of Macshit. Had he been a Tory there would be no excuses from the BBC.


  25. 70
    David B says:

    Macshane statement of last night suggest he is sorry he got caught


    • 78
      Little Nickie Clegg says:

      I’m sorry, I’m sorry, I’m so so sorry.


    • 540
      Anonymous says:

      is he conscious that he has no conscience. either ppl give life or take life. toxic or nourishing.

      nourishment is food for life and growth.
      it enhances life, who in public office does that.
      is it all about energy exchange?
      good to see the global need for something better. and it feels pentup.


  26. 71
    Kebab,The Lefty Tosser says:

    A new fascist party is being formed and I thought you ought to know right away. Called True Brits (TB), it is made up of current and former members of the Briti*** Natio*** Par** (B&P). It will also bring together some of the more extreme elements of the British far right, including antisemities and Holocaust deniers.
    The emergence of a new party was signalled last month when Yorkshire and Humber MEP Andrew Brons resigned from the B&P claiming mistreatment from Nick Griffin and the party hierarchy. This was the green light Griffin’s far right opponents had been waiting for.
    This is a nightmare for the B&P. Today, they are meeting in Blackpool for their annual conference and I think it is going to be more like a wake.


    • 80
      sleeping giant says:

      About time too! Dump that spiv Griffin and let’s get motoring!!


      • 87
        David Duke, Grand Wizard of the K K K says:

        Join me, my brothers! I feel so welcome on this board with all you good folks who just want an all white world.


    • 88
      The Public says:

      That is a crap name.


    • 177
      Expat Geordie says:

      Funny, I always thought that the B&P was a far LEFT political party. Try looking at their policies and see how it differs from, say the 1983 Labour Party General Election Manifesto. Their only mainstream, i.e. neither right wing nor left wing, policies are withdrawal from the EU, the restoration of corporal punishment in schools a the restoration of capital punishment for murder.

      Strange how the left always have trouble identifying their own.


      • 218 says:

        Yep they had the same problem realising that the German National Socialists were far left as well, despite the huge clue in the name.


    • 180
      JH2 says:

      Watch out folks, all it takes is for an organisation like this to get a charismatic, photogenic leader and you’ve got a nasty problem on your hands. Of course, these organisations are actually far left in that they usually have a strongly socialist slant to their desired policies, but the lefty controlled media would never admit it.

      If it’s ‘nasty’ with a racist element, it must ergo be right wing. What a load of crap.


      • 398
        Do not even think about it! says:

        Reply to jh2,How terribly clever of you to try and pretend that these organisations are far left(Whatever that is) Is this your latest cunning plan?Do me a favour, it is so childish in its simplistic suggestions that it will not convince many.However i am not dismissing the fact that movements like this can cause trouble for communities but if you suggest that movements like this are(leftwing) how come these people are always confronted and attacked by(Lefty tossers trying to stop legitimate expressions of belief?) No you can not have it both ways,nice try though.


        • 450
          Archer Karcher says:

          Turf wars between competing socialists are common. Try reading a book sometime soon.


        • 475
          JH2 says:

          far left(Whatever that is)

          I bet you don’t have any trouble maintaining a nebulous – but nonetheless vociferously held – mental construct of there being a ‘far right’, do you? The fact you deny there can be such a thing as ‘far left’ is a big clue as to the nature of your problem.

          Let me explain it to you, as it is clear from the syntax of your post you are not all that bright and thus a natural useful idiot for the left. If a political movement is all about big government, authoritarianism and the large-scale forced ‘redistribution’ of resources as the basis for the economy then it can be said to be LEFT WING. All those things are true of what are studiously called ‘far right wing’ by the left-wing media. So what makes them ‘right wing’? I mean, exactly?

          You do not have a monopoly on morality just because you define yourself as left wing, you dim-witted little berk. It is that very misconception that allows the far left – Mao, Pol Pot etc – to indulge in their excesses without a healthy dose of self reflection to arrest it early on.

          Most BNP supporters are traditional Labour voters – deal with it. Just because it’s got ‘racism’ in the mix, does not mean it is automatically ‘right wing’.

          Finally, the reason the B’nP and U’AF don’t get on is that they are fighting for control over the same kind of low-wattage mind. They are both just dens of troublemaking dickheads, convinced of the heroism of their actions.


        • 483
          Politics for dummies says:

          Left wing = Big state
          Right wing = Small state

          The bigger or smaller you believe the State should be detetmines how far to the Left or Right you are.

          Now apply that to the policies of the bee en pee and what do you conclude ?


          • Anonymous says:

            left or right, we are one. nothing changes, we have to be the change,


          • Marion the cat says:

            Furthermore, politics isn’t two dimensional, simply based on seating positions in the French Parliament (left and right) it is at least three dimensional, left, right and nationalist off to one side. Hence, International Socialists. Hitler’s party was in strict translation ‘ The Nationalist Socialist Workers Party’. Didn’t like Jews much either.


    • 395
      Do not even think about it! says:

      TB eh, the last time we had TB in this country that was also a deadly disease ,but we fought back against it and although not completely eradicating it we weakened it enough to make it relatively low key(much like theB&P today).Iam sure we can do the same again.


  27. 75
    Watcher o' Midgets says:

    MacShane is a Former BBC journalist . That’s probably why the BBC lied in order to try and help him out. What a cesspit.


  28. 89
    Mr Cardigan says:

    Didn’t you once take money to tarmac my drive and the run off without finishing the job?


  29. 103
    Her Grace says:

    MacShane is nothing more than a liar and a common thief. He should be doing time in Pentonville. There is no place for scum like him in public life.


  30. 104
  31. 113
    Sparkler says:

    BBC get facts and precedence wrong again, the sloppy journalism we have come to expect from them or maybe their heart is just not in it (biased).


    • 117
      The Little One at the End says:

      Dimblebore is defending a ‘supposed witch-hunt against the BBC ref Saville’. Then further in the article the BBC say… ‘A victim of child sex abuse in north Wales has told BBC Newsnight that his abusers included a leading Thatcher-era Conservative politician, and called for a new investigation.’

      Hypocrites, the witch-hunt is theirs and Liebours against Margaret Thatcher and the Tories. It is sometimes subtle but obvious all the time.

      Scrap the licence fee, scrap the Liebour party traitors!


  32. 124
    Blowing Whistles says:

    A tip. When an “issue” such as McShanes expenses – comes into / IS PUBLISHED INTO the Public Domain. The issue becomes a “Public Controversy”.

    Thereafter the criminal elements emanating out of the issue must be dealt with and resolved “Publicly” – like in a properly convened Criminal court.

    The laws are there in ‘their own books of law’ – save that so many are of a want to distract elsewhere into the labryinth of laws.


  33. 129
    George Osborne says:

    I’m gluing pictures in my scrapbook


  34. 130
    Moussa Koussa's pet meerkat says:

    “A senior paedophile is said to have rejected claims that he was involved in the systematic abuse of millions of people over a period of nearly two decades during the 80s and the 90s under the Thatcher administration.

    The former child abuser – who has taken out a court injunction to prevent him being outed as a prominent Thatcherite – has “vehemently denied” what he called the “sick allegations” that he is a Tory, according to Channel 4 News.

    The senior paedophile, who does not want to be named, also told The Daily Telegraph the allegations he was a Thatcherite were “totally untrue”.

    He said:

    “During the time I was an active paedophile I never even visited a Conservative Association and if anyone publishes anything at all suggesting I am a Tory they will get a writ in the morning, I wouldn’t wait two minutes to fight such disgusting allegations.”

    In one of Britain’s worst ever political abuse scandals, it is alleged that millions of people across the UK – particularly miners – were physically or emotionally abused by a “powerful network of Tories” with links to a former prime minister, No 10 and parliament in the all-pervading climate of abuse which existed between 1979 and 1997.”


    • 159
      Tay King-dePisse says:

      Sadly, this bit of satire is all too true. There are many people out there who could cope with someone in their family being a child molester, but would never forgive them for being Tory. These same people are the ones who vote for the MacShanes of the world over and over, because, God forbid, a thieving bastard should ever be replaced by someone who might (though this is no longer certain) look to overhaul the benefits structure.


  35. 139
    Gonzo says:


  36. 144
    Ex Ah! Monika says:

    Next Week’s line-up for BBC Questiontime:-

    Lord Taylor, David Chaytor, Eric Illsley, Jim Devine, Elliot Morley, Jonathan Aitken and Jeffrey Archer.


  37. 148
    Twitter me not says:

    I wish I knew how to tweet.

    My first would be to start a rumor that Leveson was involved in kiddy fiddling.
    ( possibly true anyway ). Once it’s out there, who knows what is in his cupboard?


    • 164
      Engineer says:

      The problem with all these (probably spurious) allegations is that it doesn’t help the real victims of kiddy-fiddling. We’ll reach a point where the police are so sick of running round after every last complaint, and finding that most of them don’t stack up but were just made in the hope of a bit of compensation or publicity, or out of malice, that they’ll ignore the real ones.

      Some of the Duncroft school/Savile allegations are pretty thin. Lord knows how many of the other Savile/Starr/whoever allegations are thin too. There seem to be certain politicians throwing allegations for party policical advantage (some of those politicians being known smear merchants). About the only people looking on with anticipation are libel lawyers.


      • 176
        Peeping Tom says:

        Watson will get his comeuppance. It;s just a matter of when.


      • 182
        Your Friendly Neighbourhood Scare-Monger Watchdog Service says:

        As Gordon Brown might say, it started in America. After a slew of so-called Satanic child abuse cases were shown to be baseless, the media and public soon sickened of such stories and the “overzealous prosecutor/unbalanced accuser/obsessed investigator” (e.g., as in The Crucible) meme became the commonplace reaction to such stories. Nobody doubts children are abused, but nobody is willing to media-lynch the alleged perpetrators anymore– the public were burned, well more than twice, to be shy about crediting such stories unreservedly. Once a few of the Savile or other stories will have been shown to be out of whole cloth or greatly overstated, other more well-founded stories may very well be flung out as well, baby with bathwater.


      • 185
        Expat Geordie says:

        If there is only the one allegation against Starr then I suspect that if it even gets to court he will be found not guilty as it is his word against hers, especially if there are no other witnesses. Gut feeling is that it will be the usual suspects who will be charged/found guilty, i.e. Gary Glitter and Jonathan King, as both have form.

        As for the politicians throwing mud around for political advantage, specifically Tom Watson, then he neds to be careful, as Labour has at least as much to hide, if not more, than any of the other parties.


    • 233
      Anonymous says:

      That fellow with the odd glasses who does the talking for him always strikes me as a bit odd.


  38. 151
    Nonce Night says:

    News Shite!


  39. 155
    Denis MacShameless says:

    Time for me to issue my own ‘Sorry’ vid


  40. 157
    Tron says:

    Don’t get your hopes up.
    A Tory MP was defending him on BBC5L last night. The BBC has decided the issue is MP’s pay. He has lots of friends in the press and parliament.

    He will get away with it, like Jacqui Smith, and be doing the paper reviews on Sky and the BBC next year.


    • 208
      Labourunionsbbc we are one says:

      They will put him on out of spite, as they do Campbell, smith, Livingstone, and other failed and discreated lefties. Funny how they use discredited Tories except to mock or make fun of them.


  41. 158
    • 169
      Dixon says:

      funny how the royals are on holiday all the time whilst were her working fuckin overtime to mke ends meet


      • 189
        The Original Guido Fawkes (1570-1606) says:

        If thou wert the Queen, sirrah, wouldst thou want all the Royals in one place on 5 November? (Mind, t’wouldn’t be such a bad idea where the MP’s are concerned, to be fair…)


      • 194
        Gooey Blob says:

        The royals didn’t wreck the country’s finances, Balls and Brown did.


        • 222

          And President-in-waiting Tony Blair.


        • 240
          Take your tongue out of queenie's arse says:

          They’re are all scum. Parasite ‘Royality’, the Liblabcon nonces, the lying MSM, the money worshipping Plutocrats, the shit stirring anti-white leftists. We don’t need any of the vermin.


      • 232
        jgm2 says:

        I wouldn’t want to swap my life for theirs. Be careful what you wish for although, admittedly, you’re unlikely to wake up one morning and find yourself crowned head of state.

        Kate Middleton really hasn’t thought it through either. It’s one thing for an 18 year old girl to still have fairy-tale princes and wedding fantasies. It’s another thing entirely for a woman of 30 to have not thought the reality of all that through.

        Seriously, would you want every single move you made for the rest of your life scrutinised, commented upon, reported upon? Me, when I go on holiday, I choose where I go. I do what I like when I get there. The royals are more or less expected/ordered to go to all these many and varied shit-holes, eat another ‘traditional’ banquet, open another school, sit through another excruciating rendition of ‘God Save the Queen’ etc etc.

        Meanwhile you have flunkies prying into every aspect of your private life. Always one tabloid ‘My exclusive story of life with Prince jgm2…’ away from utter humiliation.

        Fuck that.


        • 364
          Blowing Whistles says:

          The Tsar of Russia – chose to ignore and tax the hell out of the peasants – while he lived in splendour – thus he allowed others to ferment anger and thus the commies got in. Hello is history repeating itself? – But perhaps this time round the commies ain’t gonna win and nor are the ignorant Tsar -types – good people will win and those who speak with forked tongues will get whats been coming to them for almost 100 years


  42. 162
    RSPCAMP says:

    This is an appeal by the RSPCA on behalf of MPs in danger. As yet another of their kind is thrown into the pit of despond we need your money, now, the provide them with a place of safety. They need the time to conjure up yet even more unlikely tales of hardship and negigence. So your gift is seen as very important. We need to keep the gravy train alive so that these,ever so much more declining species can be kept alive. Please send your gift to our head office. Thank you


    • 321
      Jethro says:

      You do not tell us how to send our gifts to our poor maltreated MPs, so I am sending mine (mmrgh!) through the usual channels.


  43. 170
    The Leveson effect says:


  44. 172
    Anonymous says:

    Still no news on the Tory nonce then?


    • 175
      Bunker Buster says:

      By not naming him the BBC have managed to achieve maximum damage as every Tory that was around at the time has been labled as the culprit, even those that are dead which is odd as the person concerened threatened to sue the BBC yesterday if he was named.

      Tom Watson is also making some powerful enemies who will bide their time.


    • 255
  45. 178
    Crime is acceptable to finance Lefty activities says:


    • 183
      JH2 says:

      Yeah, he achieved turning an imaginary office in his garage into £100,000 in his pocket.

      Quite a trick.


      • 229 says:

        Nothing like as much vitriol as there was against Osborne for the pasty tax or Murdoch or the bankers. But then they aren’t proven left-wing hypocrites like you, Sally.


      • 301
        A shed dweller from somewhere else says:

        Waste of a good garage


    • 188
      Silly Sally B13 COW says:

      Don’t you like my sycophantic, mock sorrow then ?


    • 191
      Bill Sykes says:

      Wait yer f*cking turn Sally!


    • 197
      Denis Matyjaszek says:

      On 25 May 2009, during the expenses scandal of 2009 Smith wrote an article for The Guardian titled “I am sick of my country and this hysteria over MPs”[6] objecting to the furore over MPs’ expenses which she cited as an example of bullying in public life, stating that her partner was an (unnamed) MP. She stands by the article and has since republished it on her website. A complaint by the British National Party against MacShane concerning expenses was referred to the Metropolitan police in October 2010.[7] The investigation concluded in July 2012 with an announcement that the police would take no further action.[36]

      Are they the hell of a lot of achievments she is referring to?


    • 201
      Berkshire Berk says:

      Keep shuddering Sally honey-chile.


    • 217
      Drop 'Em says:

      watch it!! you number plates showing!!!


    • 219
      Drop 'Em says:

      hey Sal know any good paedo’s round your way??


    • 236
      jgm2 says:

      Achieved what exactly?

      Voted FOR whatever imbecile policy Blair or Brown concocted?



      • 237
        jgm2 says:

        I bet the fucker, for all his championing of the EU, still went ahead and voted, along with every other Labour MP, for a cut in the EU budget. Not because he believed for one moment it should be cut but merely because Ed Miliband ordered him to.

        Purely to make trouble for Cameron.


    • 253
      jgm2 says:

      Awwww. Poor Sally swooning over vitriol. This from a party that support folk who follow the Mayor of London around shouting ‘Tory Scum’.


    • 257
      bogtrott says:

      sorry sally but he deserves everything he is getting.Dont you want politicians to be held accountable to those people who voted for him.Its like a unelected person spending parliaments money having personal number plates and rooms decorated and the british public have no say in the matter.


      • 302
        The public says:

        We do have a say. We just don’t have anyone who is willing to listen.

        The ‘democrats’ in Parliament are a bunch of hypocrites who like the rewards and the fine rhetoric of accountability and representing the public but fundamentally don’t do anythng to earn them and do not have a clue what the words actually mean.


  46. 196
    Where are Tony Blair's Expenses says:

    Now that MacShane has been dealt with its time to move onto a previous Education Secretary and undertake a full investigation to the repairs she made to her constituency home and ask her to explain if the repairs were required due to water damage then why did she not cliam it on insurance.

    She will go the same way as the others if this investigation is done properly.


  47. 199
    Brown Out and Pay Me Damages says:

    Pathetic, slimey, money grubbing hoon!


  48. 200
    jgm2 says:

    Seriously? Is that his ‘defence’?

    Some kind of surreal Scooby Doo plea on the awful iniquity of it all?

    ‘I’d have gotten away with it too if it hadn’t been for those meddling B*P kids’?

    What a Grade ‘A’ c*unt.


  49. 206
    Logan says:

    Anyway, Can somebody post a clue as to the identity of the Tory paedo un-unmasked in last night’s Newsnight?


  50. 210
    Dung says:

    It appears the BBC are a cradle of filth


  51. 214
    Drop 'Em says:

    at least the tories are arrogant, elitist filth, finest in the land hey what???


    • 223
      Dong says:

      and labour are class facists


      • 234
        The Land of the Politically Correct and Mendacious says:

        Not to mention hypocritical opportunists


        • 242
          Dong says:

          only posh people would call someone arrogant and elitist

          so you are a posh boydrop em


        • 243
          jgm2 says:

          Indeed. Apparently it is right for the EU to undergo budget cuts during these difficult times but not right for the UK to undergo budget cuts.

          If I were Cameron I’d fucking well crucify them with that little paradox at every opportunity.


          • anon says:

            psst Sorry to point this out but he is a senior member of the

            Bull*ing*ton Club as well as being a totally out of touch

            tor*y to*ff & this type of paradox is beyond him…..

            after all he believes he has divine right to gov*ern handed down

            from on high & so its his right to personally decide everything

            & take no notice of this minor irritation called Democracy

            thats is the few crumbs of belief that are fed to the Plebs

            to keep them in there place…………


  52. 239
    Anonymous says:

    Must be hung drawn and quartered. As all Mps should now be treated


  53. 241
    Beast says:

    As we already sub-contract our torture maybe we could have McCohen
    Imprisoned in a middle eastern prison?
    Gaza shou;ld do the trick , maybe Helmand


  54. 245
    Anonymous says:

    Ropey around neck time for our MPs. Short drop too. Make them eyes bulge as the public look at their whites. Can,t wait


  55. 247
    Tom Watson MP says:

    A short extract from Tom’s blog today, 10 days that shook my world.

    “I’m not going to let this drop despite warnings from people who should know that my personal safety is imperilled if I dig any deeper. It’s spooked me so much that I’ve kept a detailed log of all the allegations should anything happen.”

    Link to his blog for the full read and it’s well worth it for once.


    • 248
      Bluebottle says:

      Make sure you keep that blog in a shared iCloud account .

      When you are dead you will not be here but the cloud will .


    • 250
      jgm2 says:

      I don’t believe a single word Tom Watson says. As somebody commented above – there is not a single abused or dead child that Tom Watson would not exploit for political advantage. And there is not a single instance of abuse that Tom Watson would not ignore or seek to excuse if it were carried out by his own ‘side’.


      • 254
        Tony Eden from Eton says:

        But the point is that when Watson spoke about this matter at PMQs the whole House went so quiet you could hear a pin drop .

        It is what other people say and not what Watson says that should be investigated .


        • 261
          jgm2 says:

          What are ‘other people’ saying? Watson has Parliamentary privilege – he can name names without fear of retribution but still just went with a vague accusation.

          Has he over-stepped the mark with his own side? Are they warning him not to open that can of worms because Labour are equally in the frame?


          • Gerry Main says:

            If you read his blog you will discover why he thought it correct for Newsnight to withold names.


          • jgm2 says:

            I’m not interested in reading Watson’s blog. The man is a wicked and malicious partisan Labour apologist.


          • Gerry Main says:

            I think you should jgm2. Today’s blog is not normal run of the mill stuff.


          • jgm2 says:

            I’m tempted Mr Main but I’m afraid with Watson it is the case of the boy who called ‘Wolf’. His entire career to date has been one of blind partisan support for the Labour party. The so-called ‘Leveson Inquiry’ was hi-jacked by Watson and turned into nothing more than a revenge exercise on Uncle Rupe for swapping support from Labour to the T*ries.

            Since it (Leveson) ended he’s had any number of opportunities to express outrage about The Mirror’s hacking but has declined to do so.

            If Watson is making p*a*e*d*o allegations now it will be because he thinks he can limit the scope to T*ry politicians. If he’s being ‘leaned on’ it’s because his Labour pals think he’s wrong. Watson might even be getting a ‘McShane defence’ out there in anticipation of some expenses scandal blowing up. Just as McShane is claiming that the reason he’s a crook is because the B&P are out to get him – it’s all a fascist conspiracy – so Watson might be trying to get the defence into place so that the reason (say) his expenses don’t add up or (say) he’s found to be a homosexual is because he’s being ‘silenced’.

            This is Tom Watson. I don’t know what he’s playing at but one thing you can be sure of is that whatever he’s up to it isn’t for the good of society but for the good of Tom Watson..


        • 268
          Dial M for Watson says:

          I think this is going to be much bigger than the phone hacking scandal. No one really gets hurt when Alan Partridge’s or Hugh Grant’s voicemail is listened to but this is serious criminality that destroys lives.

          I think the police will come out of this looking very bad too.

          If Watson really does have the dirt on powerful people from all walks of life then it is conceivable that they will try and stop him by all means available if the dirt he holds has substance..


          • jgm2 says:

            If Watson really does have the dirt on powerful people from all walks of life then it is conceivable that they will try and stop him by all means available

            A win-win.


      • 258
        Patriots v. oligarchy scum says:

        If Watson was serious he would walk away from Parliament, the LibLabCon and the whole rotten ‘british’ establishment.


        • 263
          jgm2 says:

          No. If Watson were serious he’d have named names when he had the chance.

          If he’s coming under pressure now it will be from his own side who don’t want that particular can of worms opened up.

          Watson has gone one grandstanding too far for Labour.


          • it's always the cover up which gets them in the end says:

            I love how melodramatic he is being over this.

            “I’m not going to let this drop despite warnings from people who should know that my personal safety is imperilled if I dig any deeper. It’s spooked me so much that I’ve kept a detailed log of all the allegations should anything happen.”

            If Watson mysteriously died it would bring more focus onto his claims, not less so that’s not going to happen. the thing is anyone with access to google, knows that IF (and it is a big if) this is true, then both sides are knee deep in it. If he goes all the way with the Peter Righton claims, then someone on the other side will start to talk about the claims about dunblane and operation ore.

            The stuff Watsons talking about though (psychopaths marking children with Stanley knifes to show “ownership”) I’m surprised he’s taking it seriously. Maybe he’s having a public nervous breakdown, or has eaten too much cake for his own good? who knows?


      • 259
        Sparkler says:

        Fatso holding up the sword of truth?, no, just another cynical attempt to gain maximum publicity for himself.


      • 527
        A man with no moniker says:



    • 256
      Tom Fatson says:

      I am not a fat fucker I am just full of my own self-importance.


    • 290
      Tay King-dePisse says:

      Well, he WOULD say something like that, wouldn’t he? Just like his personal safety was in danger in Brighton a few years ago, I suppose. Did he carefully vet the tart he was bringing to his room at the Conference a few weeks back? Ooooohh– she could have been looking to do our poor Thomas in! He should thank heaven for small favours it was prevented! (Admit it though, if that incident really happened, don’t you think it’s rather convenient that it sets the predicate for all of us believing that those whom he prefers sexually are nubile women? Her name wasn’t Ima Beard, was it?) You know, Watson could be the type of idiot who would go around talking about how people find him dangerous, and, if they could, would dispose of him– till eventually somewhere somehow someone even crazier than he is just gets so sick of him that they figure, WTF?, and decide to oblige him in his “heroic martyrdom.”


      • 325
        XR3 says:

        The problem with Watson investigating anything is that you can see him coming.


        • 348
          Tay King-dePisse says:

          But first you smell the foetid sweat mixing with half-a-bottleful of cologne, then you hear the thudding footsteps, before he ever comes into view.


  56. 251
    why have they not arrested Vaz says:

    If the Cps are not up to taking the Mcshane case I am sure it will not be difficult to find a lawyer willing to prosecute on a pro bono basis.

    After all if he won such a case he could milk it for the rest of his career .


  57. 267
    • 272
      @# says:

      They don’t mince their words there do they?


      • 289
        Aunty Matter says:

        I just wish the media would have the balls to investigate the cover up of operation Ore.

        Perhaps what we really need is a foreign Police force to come in and investigate on our behalf as we can’t trust the corrupt c u n tz we have now?


        • 369
          Blowing Whistles says:

          Murdoch, Conrad Black and the Rothermeres – were all faxed from Texas the full list of offenders on the ore list back in 1999 – so what have they done with the lists since that time – save using the knowldege for their own greedy evil ends?


    • 276
      Gary Glitter says:

      I think the BBC is wonderful, a national treasure, nothing ever happened on their watch.


  58. 274
    Call me Dave says:

    “What do you think?” I asked Samantha. “I’ve lowered the suspension, replaced the trims with chrome and put on new whitewall tyres.”

    “It’s a fucking pram, Dave,” she said.


    • 284
      XR3 says:

      Cherry Bomb exhaust?


    • 287
      Anon says:

      CMDDD In view of Sam’s succinct reply….. please ask her

      “What type of sexual deviation pleasure, can be achieved with a pram then ?”

      As this sounds very kinky if not vile to ordinary normal plebs………

      Is this shades of The Kid*die Fidd*lers Organisation

      aka B B C……creeping in everywhere……May be ‘Fang Pang’ The B B C

      (dis)Trust Chairman will be able to advise….


  59. 280
    Charles Lynton says:

    Was I prosecuted for importuning in a public toilet?


    • 378
      Blowing Whistles says:

      What! in 1983 and done at Bow Street Magistrates with a £50 pound fine – for soliciting / importuning in the toilets thereabouts; and was it an underage boy who was approached and did Charlie give a false name?

      Surely the MSM knew the truth – wot with they’re being such upholders of freedom of speech and screaming out for their right to remain a ‘free press’ [The biggest lie actually]?


    • 380
      Blowing Whistles says:

      He/she was tagged as ‘Miranda’ in the press at the time. Look up the definition of a ‘Miranda warning’ on yer gogglebox. Wonder if He/She ever did out at totp?


  60. 281
    Slot Gob says:

    Careful T


  61. 283
    Mcfiddler says:

    Nurse. Was I ever involved in some kiddy thing in Aberdeen in the 70s

    I don’t know , but it is not beyond the realms of possibility, now put your nappy back on and stop smearing shit on the wall. And no you are not the prime minister.


  62. 285
    Aunty Matter says:

    I love our lefty media. When Katrina happened they blamed Bush for everything. Yet with Sandy even though millions of yanks have no water, electricity, food or petrol, it’s apparently all the fault of the local companies.

    All I’ve seem O’Bumma do is spout shite.


    • 297
      Col. Blimp (Retired) says:

      What Sir, do you mean that some parts of the Media has a left wing leaning ?

      That is terrible news & must not be allowed, I will write a very strong letter to

      the D.T editor tonight !


      • 319
        it's only fair says:

        I think we need our own version of Fox News in the UK. Fight bias with bias is what I say. BTW, 80% of Americans prefer Fox News and I’m willing to bet that it would be a similar figure over here if the grip of the evil BBC could be loosened, and a fair fight between news outlets on a subscription basis ensued.


        • 347
          anon again & again..... says:

          Now its anything BUT B B C News, they don’t even know what the word

          NEWS means. The internet is much much more open & truthfull than

          B B C aka The decades long Kid*die Fidd*lers Orga*nisa*tion which

          can only be funded by State sanctioned legal extortion.

          The sooner the Beebs Charter is declared Null & Void the better !!


        • 350
          An intelligent human being says:

          Fox is a bore.


          • Blowing Whistles says:

            Newt Richging – was just another put up job by the sralies – he’s been a dirty senator for decades as written of in ‘Virtual Murdoch’. Fox is for the subintelligent easily misled mongrels – oh and that’s about half if not more of the americans then.


          • it's only fair says:

            Hahahahahaha…..and the BBC isn’t you fucking twat? What’s more, every mug in the land has to pay their lefty propaganda poll tax on pain of being locked up ffs. Where are we living, North Korea?


    • 307
      Expat Geordie says:

      If you let it dry out you can burn shite for fuel, so O’Bugger is actually good for something.


    • 345
      neothesis says:

      Before he even set foot in the shitehouse Obama was handed a Nobel prize, even as the storm was still raging the MSM was heaping praise on Obama for his handling of the response BEFORE any response could take place, he did nothing to deserve the praise and he did nothing to earn the Nobel prize, the MSM loves Obama as they love Clinton as they loved Kennedy. Industrial strength rose tinted specs.


      • 389
        Aunty Matter says:

        Apparently O’Bumma has told the local power companies to get a grip. Shouldn’t he be feeding the 5000 or walking on water or healing the wounded? That’s what a god does.

        He’s done fuck all, absolutely fuck all other than to hug a honkey and wear a leather jacket and ponce around diverting police from doing their job.

        Note how there are complaints that the poor black areas are being ignored, funny that when it was Katrina it was Bush that was accused of ignoring the blacks, want to bet the media won’t blame O’Bumma this time?


        • 561
          Liberal media says:

          Katrina aftermath problems = Bush’s fault, RACIST

          Sandy aftermath problems = Evil white owned companies fault, RACISTS


  63. 286
    £500.00 fine says:

    Who’d a thowt it


  64. 296
    something evil this way bums says:

    Grossman eh? Do Newsnight ever check their fucking facts?


  65. 303
  66. 308
    My teeth are on edge says:

    Wots wi John Mann? an obnoxious t.w.a.t at the best of times,denying one of his own? Is this love thy neighbour Liebor?I was for 2 seconds taken in!


  67. 309
    Kebab Sockpuppet says:

    I got honked at about 50 times on my way to work this morning.

    It’s my own fault really, I shouldn’t have taken a short cut through a field full of geese.


  68. 312
    Kebab The Libertarian says:

    Quiz answer: Guy Fawkes and his group put 36 barrels of gunpowder in cellars under the Houses of Parliament. Have a safe Bonfire Night!


  69. 315
    Mr Griffin says:

    I made a complaint against royal mail today.

    I told them how one of their post boxes had walked into me.

    I had to ring back and withdraw my complaint though, as I later found out it was a Muslim lady wearing a burka.


  70. 323
    The all singing all dancing crap of the world on TV 2nite says:

    Shoot the lot of them. Parasites!


  71. 326
    Kebab,The Lefty Tosser says:

    Add your name…
    Dear UCL Management,
    We note with great concern that you have invited former Prime Minister, Tony Blair, to speak at the inaugural conference of the ‘Institute for Security and Resilience’ on 13th November.
    Mr Blair took our country to war against Iraq in flagrant violation of the UN Charter and in doing so committed the international crime of aggression.
    Mr Blair was explicitly warned by Lord Goldsmith of the illegality of such a war and that he risked being prosecuted for this offence. As a result of the war, up to a million innocent Iraqis were killed.
    A leading education centre should not be seen to endorse such behaviour. We therefore urge you to reconsider allowing Mr Blair to speak at your event. We will be supporting protests if the invitation stands.
    Tony Benn President, Stop the War Coalition • John Pilger Journalist • Lindsey German Convenor, Stop the War Coalition • Jeremy Corbyn MP Chair, Stop the War Coalition • Sam Gaus Democracy & Communications Officer, University College London Union • Matthew Beaumont Senior Lecturer, Department of English, University College London • Sami Ramadani Senior Lecturer, Sociology, London Metropolitan University • John Yandell Senior Lecturer, Institute of Education • Arshin Adib-Moghaddam Reader in Comparative Politics & International Relations, School of Oriental and African Studies • Adam Hanieh Lecturer, Department of Development Studies, School of Oriental and African Studies • Des Freedman Reader in Communications, Goldsmiths, University of London • Mark Curtis Writer
    Add your name…


  72. 329
    Pull my finger says:

    Are the payers of licence fee in danger of becoming implicated in the BBC crimes? Surely any future funding with knowledge of such filth is some type conspiracy


    • 331
      who s.i.d.i says:

      would you class what the BBC have done as organised crime?


      • 339
        anon again says:

        Most certainly Yes in every sense of the word !!

        so why give them the funds to continue there illegal activities…

        Will huge numbers of non payers be taken to court most Certainly Not

        & The law will have been proven to be ass !

        And regardless what the special handshake club think they can fix

        they won’t be able to as there time has been & gone like dinosaurs

        for good ……


    • 384
      Fat Pang says:

      The BBC is only responsible to its licence payers


  73. 332
    anon says:

    Good to learn Sky News are being very helpful, & showing some of

    the Mac’No’Shame incriminating paperwork in its bulletins now they

    are in the Public Domain along with street interviews on camera

    with some his former constituents, who were all of

    the same opinion that Mac’No’Shame MUST be prosecuted.

    I am certain Guido will ensure the MET are fully aware of this

    very strong public anger in Rotherham along with the rest

    of the country regarding Mac’No’Shame’s Criminal activities

    over a long period of time, so hardly the odd mistake.

    IF Joe Public had been caught doing just 10% he would have

    now been convicted & will be serving a VERY long custodial sentence !!

    & not a simple judicial slap on the wrist or is it another blatant

    example of some are more equal than others……….

    This will not be tolerated any longer by the country…..the tide has

    most certainly turned & the HoC including CMDDD had better wake

    up PDQ & smell the coffee before it really is to late for the lot of THEM !!


    • 391
      Saffron says:

      I am of the same opinion as you,this should no longer be tolerated by the genuine peoples of this country.
      Mc Shameless is guilty of crimminal offences and as the supreme court has ruled in other cases, parliamentary privelage is null and void as regards this type of offence.


  74. 338
    bojangles says:

    can’t we have some type of celebrity prison?


  75. 356
    Kebab,The Lefty Tosser says:

    Respected broadcaster Jonathan Dimbleby, told The Times newspaper: “It’s disgracefully and horribly out of proportion to hound everyone at the BBC in a way that is unwarranted and lacks perspective when the real focus should be on what Guido Fawkes did wrong.


    • 365
      Beast says:

      Just who is that that “respects” this tribe of parasites calling themselves “Dimbleby”?
      Check the ear level and angle, the close together shifty eyes and hooked nose,
      hatred for all things Christian
      Short sighted and flat footed ?
      Just where did this tribe come from?


    • 385
      Fat Pang says:

      The BBC is a home for our National Treasures


      • 434
        anon again says:

        including every type of per*vert but because you claim, LOL,
        that Al-Beeb is accountable to its licence payers, LOL, this
        would never be tolerated LOL

        But the Beeb’s kid*die fidd*ling has only been going on for at least
        40 years plus so to help you focus on cleaning up the B B C cess*pit
        the Licence payers have ALL decided to STOP the flow of legally
        extorted funds…until it have been totally cleansed……..

        If that takes you 5 years or 10 years or more to clean out all of
        the B B C ‘s stinking perverted manure thats your problem
        we wont be paying or watching your left biased crap !!

        Thank you & Good bye & Please Fcuk Off !!


    • 394
      Saffron says:

      Jonny Dumbledore
      Who the hell takes any notice of what this beeboid pillock says?.
      What did Guy Fawkes do wrong him and his mates,well if they had achieved their aims we just might have had a different system.
      However Dumbledore what the hell has fawkes got to do with your beloved Biased Corporation,in his time you did’nt exsist.
      Recent events point to that your corporation needs to account for itself in a big way along with other illustrious organisations.
      Jonny Boy get real your contribution to this society in terms of real progress is zilch you are frankly a parasite leaching off real ordinary people and my advice to you is shut it.


    • 473
      Dimble Dynasty says:

      The good old beeb has provided lucrative employment for my family for generations. This is what licence fee payers would want.


  76. 360
    Ehtch says:

    As Dennis Healey would say – “he has been a silly billy”.

    What a plonker. And those glasses he wears, and his grin – you can tell he is on some parallel Earth. Really sad what happened to his daughter though, think that is what is behind it. The Labour whip should have been keeeping their eye on him.

    It is alright putting on a brave face, but when inside is crumbling heartbroken, it does show eventually, destructively.

    I feel for him, I can see where he has gone, see it everyday.


  77. 367
    Ehtch says:

    mmm, yes. But look at the Thatches 1979 ministry before throwing bangers, could be a sparkler in there.

    Now I am not saying… etc.. Don’t think Potts was up to anything without over eighteen constent at all, I can tell.

    But back in 1979, I have concluded one, since you can tell, when you know how to judge characters, of all passages of life. But I could be completely wrong, like the three legged horses with beautiful names that I back in the bookies, that come in last.


  78. 368
    Top Tips says:

    If you are looking to hide from Tom Watson get down the salad aisle


  79. 386
    Blowing Whistles says:

    Plenty of poo pooing mouthy types have been stating that McShame is covered by Parliamnetary Privilege – however …

    Not one of the excuse merchants – has ‘pointed to any law’ where he is covered. Rules, codes, guidelines and regulations which so many mention are not LAWS.

    Point us all here; some of you legal vultures, to where in the law McShame is exempted under PP – otherwise GFYourselves with your legion of stablishment Pressattackdogs.


    • 400
      blowing bubbles (the chimp) says:

      Guido has already pointed to the fact that Jim Devine was jailed for similar offenses to MacShane’s, so there really is no excuse to not prosecute. Don’t you ever read the article ffs?


      • 439
        Blowing Whistles says:

        My comment you “MONKEY” was “an invitation” to all legal vultures to put up the effing laws i.e. – “Point us; all of us” to any law that exists re:exemption.

        My ‘Invitation’ is an ironic pee take out of the effers FFS – you slaphead.


  80. 393
    thickaspigshit says:

    String the theif up by his bollocks


  81. 397
    Saffron says:

    Newsnight and their supposed nameing of a peedo was as I suspected a blank cartridge.
    The boids are running scared as to what might be revealed and who could be named,they are at sixes and sevens as to how to play this.
    My guess is they will try to spin their way out of this,but I also think that they are on a loser unless there are more powerful forces that will try their level via their stonemason contacts to bury what has gone on.
    Finally my point is this:-
    If we as a country cannot protect our kids against sexual exploitation then we should be ashamed in that we have let our kids down.
    No child needs or wants to be exploited in this sexual way by their elders.


    • 422
      albacore says:

      But never forget, Google is your mate
      Always comprehensive and up-to-date
      And tending to put things in perspective
      Though taboos might make you unreceptive
      Just a small suggestion: try “grooming gangs”
      (And wait for the trolls here to bare their fangs)


  82. 399
    Twatson says:


  83. 402
    Ehtch says:

    I have rogered many a girl, and they were at least 21, honest….

    and they asked me to…

    More tea Vicar?


  84. 404

    So much for the integrity of Barry.

    ‘I like a fast unpredictable ride’ said Cameron in secret e-mail to Rebekah Brooks


    • 409
      Corruption in the House says:

      Of course these are the Texts that Ex Vicar, ex BBC European editor, Labour MP and Gaydar advertiser for gay sex in his dirty underpants was referring to in Parliament.

      Talk about the pot calling the kettle black and how did Bryant get these private texts? Police? Leveson? NI? 10 downing street?

      What is more how come so many ex BBC employees are now Labour MPs?


  85. 405
    Saint margaret of grantham. says:

    All my cabinet were sheep and i was their sheperd,then the sheep turned on me .If i was so good why did they do that? Sheep can be quite savage,oh how i cried….


  86. 413
    Ed Miliband (Prime Minister designate) says:

    Mail on Sun: “New details of intimate texts exchanged between David Cameron and…Rebekah Brooks”

    Have no fear,John Bryant is on the case.


    • 414
      Kebab,The Lefty Tosser says:

      Samantha Cameron has declined to comment.


      • 419
        Ehtch says:

        …because Sam Cams wos with me that night. And I can now confirm, she bangs like a back door, the loverly slut she is…

        still trying to put my eyeballs back in I am…


  87. 417
    Samantha Cameron(I married a bastard) says:

    David Cameron had Rebekah Brooks (without hubby) stay overnight in his Chequers Residence 3 times in 15 wks


  88. 418
    I wonder why . says:

    So I posted about a certain mp being attacked relentlessly(not one that has done anything wrong,thats what probably galls them) and I got sidegated,very interesting.


  89. 420
    Naughtius Maximus says:

    This is all a bit rum.

    In my day, we’d have whipped the little fucker to within an inch of his life, then nailed him to some planks, and sold his family into slavery.

    Of course thanks to politikal korrektness, you cannot do that these days, but are we really the better for it?


    • 441
      Bubblerock says:

      You’d probably still get away with it, as long as you stayed within the confines of BBC Television Centre.


  90. 421
    Nags Head says:

    It has to be said that Sam Cam does have something of the Equine features about her.


    • 426
      Ehtch says:

      mmmm, are you trying to turn me on more? Sam, Sam, get on my horse and just shut up, mmmm,

      HEE-HARRGH, slap your arse Sam, shut up woman, get up top on my horsie.

      More tea Father? Cup cake Vicar?


  91. 424
    Horse lover. says:

    If this is true about Cameroid and Medusa ,is the twat gonna lie his way out of this one as well?


  92. 435
    Dodgy Dave and Slippery Nick says:

    There’s only a fag between us!


  93. 444
  94. 448
    The Kebab Mullah says:

    I said to the wife, “The muslims are saying hurricane sandy is god’s way of punishing americans for the mohammed video.”
    She said, “This cold weather is god’s way of telling us we’re not burning enough muslims.”


  95. 454
    Diane- I go to the Mall for my kid says:

    LOL. You are obviously planning to have an Afrikan child for Christmas as well…?


  96. 455
    Dick Scratcher says:

    Anyone just seen Portillo talking about Welsh children homes abuse on Marr?

    Brass neck.


  97. 456
    Mr A Burley says:

    John Terry has said that he was disgusted with the fan’s monkey impression last Sunday.

    “He needed to bend over further and curl his arms more” he explained.


    • 486
      I don't need no doctor says:

      Hell hath no fury like a scumbag Chelsea footballer.Chelsea seek revenge for Terry by attacking a refereee to get at the FA. Chelsea pure scum.


  98. 457
    tube_thumper says:

    fucking ugly yveatte balls lying her Hunt off on big ears show this morning. How can this be allowed


  99. 458
  100. 461
    Kebab,The Lefty Tosser says:

    This weekend a number of left wing web sites were systematically attacked by Guido Fawkes and taken down. Why no mention I can find in media?


  101. 470
    NoNews Night says:

    Our plan worked. We’ve deflected the attention away from the BBC and onto the Tories.


  102. 474
    Guido Fawkes says:

    I love the cheek of people behind bars in pubs. You walk in they ask, “What can I get you?” You say , “That’s awfully kind of you I’ll have a pint of beer please…”

    Then the c-u-n-t tries to charge you for it.


  103. 476
    This Fat'un says:

    We have put our house in order. I feel the great swell of public confidence returning to the BBC.


  104. 481
    Ex Ah! Monika says:

    The BBC could face a full public inquiry into the Jimmy Savile sex abuse scandal if the corporation’s investigations fail to “get to the bottom” of the accusations, Culture Secretary Maria Miller has warned.

    Minister with a sense of humour !!


  105. 485
    Ex Ah! Monika says:

    If only we could chose our Prime Minister in this way.

    Bishop Tawadros is chosen as the new pope of Egypt’s Coptic Christians by a blindfolded boy, becoming the leader of the largest Christian minority in the Middle East.


  106. 492
    4uck says:

    I bet Bryant has a secret mobile phone


  107. 495
    Patriot says:

    If yu have evidence why aren’t you bringing a private prosecution. Are you not a citizen with a duty to this country?


    • 499
      Nonces must be punished, whichever party they're from says:

      I’m going by what the blog Jailhouse Lawyer and others have posted. I have no evidence of my own. The police would have pursued them had they not been warned off by the government of the day.


      • 504
        Giovanni Di Stefano says:

        Feel free to check out my post at 511.

        Thank You


        • 517
          who will guard us from the guards? says:

          After looking through the list on Wikipedia of people you’ve defended over the years it looks like you should be supporting these guys, not attacking them!


        • 550
          Bald Rick says:

          I have and I don’t know whether to believe it or not.


      • 548
        Anonymous says:

        Jailhouse lawyer is John Hirst, convicted killer and well known agitator for prisoner’s votes. If you’ve ever seen him perform on TV then you’ll know that he makes David Icke look rational.

        BTW I do think that the Tory party (as well as the other parties) is riddled with nonces, however I wouldn’t place any degree of reliance on this scumbag’s views.


  108. 498
    Giovanni Di Stefano says:

    If anyone wants to know the name of the Tory Senior politician mentioned in NEWSNIGHT read my story that started this


  109. 501
    Jumbo says:

    ‘Criminality’, not ‘crime’? Why? Because five syllables better than one?


  110. 502
    Jumbo says:

    Yet why does the demented BBC, mantra: all things Tory are bad, champion the far, far more right wing Republican party?


  111. 509
    Ponzi Mandelson says:

    Overheard in Lazards conference room…

    Where is my Maserati?

    It’s waiting for you in Bermuda Archibishop…


  112. 510
    George Orwell says:

    I was trying to tell you lot about what a nation of mugs you are and how I hoped the War would toughen you up, and get you up off your bums to finish the job of changing things. But you only got it half-right, didn’t you? Sure, you tried to implement the kind of Fabian socialism I favoured, and despite all her huffing and puffing, Mags didn’t blow the house down completely. But you’re still a bunch of namby-pambies who’ll let anyone walk all over you. I wasn’t even sure you were up to the job of fighting off Jerry back in 1941, when I wrote this essay (“England Your England”), and you thankfully proved me wrong (All right, maybe with some Soviet and American help, if we’re being honest). What has happened to you since?


    • 512
      Screwed Taxpayer says:

      We’ve set up a caring society to ease our shampain socialist consciences, with a bloated public sector. There are benefits for the idle and immigrants. Everybody is equal, worthless qualifications are issued by semi-literate teachers and academics. The few remaining real workers can no longer fund the gross waste of the politicians, most of whom are themselves corrupt. Temporarily the whole farce is financed by an ever increasing national debt, coupled with Q.E. printed money.
      It is a classic socialist-lib-con disaster.


      • 528
        dunstall says:

        Complete and brilliant analysis when will we ever get out of this nightmare


      • 529
        George Orwell says:

        Actually, there’s the drawback to the social-democratic system I was proposing. It only stratified the old system I rebelled against, because the benefits recipients aren’t going to object to Government criminality so long as they get their giro, the people paying the freight dare not, and the political class and their wealthy allies in the City and elsewhere take the piss with bloody abandon. No-one stands for anything (in the sense of “representing”), so that’s why everyone stands for everything (in the sense of “putting up with”). Just as in the 1930’s, perhaps for different reasons today, we only THINK we live in a “free country.”


  113. 515
    Kebab time says:

    Great fun here today. Lovely atmosphere. Full house again too.


  114. 526
    Red Egg the National Socialist.... says:

    Jimmy had a favourite advert…… Cadbury’s fudge :)

    As he would say, “A finger of fudge up yer bum and give the kids a treat” :)


  115. 530
    Blowing Whistles says:

    So lets look back a little – Freddie Starr after some thought openly stated that he was open to being interviewed by the plod. He’s been interviewed etc.

    So how come this leading tory name is ‘unwilling’ to be interviewed to clear his name
    On the contrary all he’s put out are “multitudes of threats” – to do anyone for ‘libel’.

    Yes Lord MuckMountian – you have “compounded your guilt” by rowing the wrong way.


    • 532
      Red Egg the National Socialist.... says:

      Political Elite, we are all in this together !!


    • 539
      Bless the BBC says:

      Star had plenty of opportunity to walk into plodville and ‘talk’. It was an empty gesture and he knew he would be and was arrested. He did not volunteer to be interviewed. Regarding any other person ‘named’ or not in this case. Why should they volunteer to be interviewed? They may have other matters they do not wish known. They have not beeen named by the gutless BBC, maybe you should consider their opportunistic behaviour in this matter.


  116. 535
    Reimer says:

    May I belatedly add my felicitations regarding the apparent downfall of MacShane, a horribly arrogant, insulting, entitlement-oozing creep and enemy of the majority of this country’s people. Not before time. God, how I hope the present paedo-craze turns out to have substance, and that the Establishment is mortally wounded.


  117. 536
    Blowing Whistles says:

    Is it any wonder that so many around the world now want to repeal Article 19 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (1948)

    “Freedom of Expression” the right to send and recieve information regardless of frontiers etc etc.

    In an Ironic way – Article 19 – is now the Achilles heel of the dirty elite.


  118. 538
    P C Kebab says:

    Weymouth Police station has had all its toilet seats stole, the Police have got nothing to go on….


  119. 541
  120. 542
    Voice of sanity says:

    Surely the bloody government can see that they have to shut down the biased BBC now – BEFORE the next election.

    It will automatically give every family a £145.50 tax break.

    Labour will have to go into the election, without a publicly funded propaganda machine and/or promising a new TV Tax to replace it!!!!!!!


  121. 543
    Anonymous says:

    Troughing pusbucket


  122. 545
    Tom Watson says:

    According to our records you may or may not have been molested by former bbc staff and could be entitled to 1000’s back in unproven allegation compensation
    Please text I want cash and can lie to 822822
    Or stop to end texts


  123. 546
    Call Me Dave says:

    We are all in this together, but some of us are more in it than others


  124. 547
    Moishe Kebab says:

    Think: Israel patrols all its borders 24/7. The Arab countries – 0. Conclusion – they have no fear of Israeli “threat”


  125. 552
    Lord McApline says:

    Today is a good day to bury bad boys!


  126. 553
    Lord McApline says:

    Sunday is my favourite day to bury bad boys

    It also helps to be in the construction industry as I have access to earth moving equipment and tons of gravel


  127. 554
    TrollhunterX says:

    Actually, it’s ‘Who will guard the guards?’ Juvenal was talking about the futility of placing guards around a promiscuous wife.

    Sorry, ever time I click ‘Reply’ under 1:39 pm, my browser crashes…


  128. 562
    Ehtch says:

    Since there has been some fudge packets posting here with their adverts, might as well post my favorite one, and a right fudge packet he is. Lucy? My arse more like,

    And not forgetting this one that backs you up against the wall in the showers, when he backs into you when he reaches down to his dropped soap, the dirty tory public school sort – what fucking english rugger club have I joined? I asked myself then,


  129. 563
    Ehtch says:

    Right, might as well release it now, I know you have all been waiting for it, so burn your ears with this piece of news, hidden from most, but not from some, so here goes, ready for it, Benjamin Disraeli used to visit Queen Vicki up a back passage, oh yes. Vicki used to love you taking the bypass.

    Breaking news, ey? wharrt, you knew already… ah well.


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