November 13th, 2012

Parliament Invites Lords to “Speed Date” Teenagers

Spectacularly badly timed:

Dear Lord ███████

Political Speed Dating Event – Thursday 22nd November

As part of Parliament Week 2012 we are holding a ‘Political Speed Dating’ event where a group of 13-16 year olds will have the rare opportunity to chat in small groups with current Parliamentarians.

The session will run at 10.30am to 11.45am in the Macmillan Room in Portcullis House, and it would be wonderful for the students if you were available to participate. We are inviting Members of both Houses from all parties and the event will involve up to 10 Members. We have extended the invitation to several members and I hope that you are able to participate.

Please contact me if I can provide any further information about the session, I hope to hear from you soon.

Yours sincerely,

Dawn Hatch

Education Visits Officer
Education Service
Houses of Parliament

Well that was pretty poorly worded given the current climate.


93 Comments

  1. 1
    He'll end up in maximum security. Geddit?!!! I'll get me coat. says:

    John McAfee, the man behind the anti-virus company, is wanted for killing a US citizen, police say

  2. 2
    Anonymous says:

    Come on, Portsmouth !

  3. 3
    Handycock says:

    13-16 year olds? I’ll be first in line.

    Boaz.

  4. 4
    Joss Ayinglike says:

    Come on, Portsmouth !

  5. 5
    this septic pile says:

    boy oh boy!

  6. 6
    jgm2 says:

    Get in there Portsmouth

  7. 7
    towerofbabble says:

    Down the Hatch!

  8. 8
    Jerry Paxman says:

    Abu: I’m home. Mrs Q: The hall still needs painting. Abu:*stares at camera*

  9. 9
    Anonymous says:

    This is pretty poor gutter writing considering it’s quite clear it’s not malicous

    • 28
      Dawn Hatch says:

      Yes, you’re right, I could have phrased it better.

    • 47
      Sir William W says:

      They’re trying to groom impressionable young people and get them hooked on ‘politics’ (or ‘Filth’ as it’s known on the street) so that they can exploit them ruthlessly. Boys and girls, you may think that Filth makes you look grown-up and that you can handle it, but before you know it you’ll be slaving as an unpaid intern for some evil Mr/s Big(ish) or trawling the gutters of Westminster in search of a publicity ‘fix’. Just say no!

    • 49
      Engineer says:

      Maybe it was dictated by Tom Watson; he seems to be very good at gutter writing. Mind you, nobody can check that assertion now, since he’s deleted most of his blog.

    • 80
      Major Bonkers says:

      Let’s hope these perverts all have their CRB checks up-to-date.

  10. 10
    Mcbasher says:

    I hope they all paid for their CRB checks.

  11. 11
    Sophie says:

    Omnishambles chosen as new word of the year by Oxford.

  12. 12
  13. 13
    Hamish Macbeth (@PCMacbeth) says:

    Well spotted

    You couldn’t make it up

  14. 19
    concrete pump says:

    Will there be Werthers…?

  15. 20
    Witch King of Angmar says:

    Come not between the Nazgul and his prey

  16. 21
    Nick Griffin says:

    I would like to wish all those celebrating Diwali today a very happy and peaceful Diwali!

  17. 24
    Witch King of Angmar says:

    Die…now.

    Sent from my iphone (Mordor)

  18. 26
    Tommy Cooper says:

    No matter how hard the Home Office try to deport the radical hate-preacher Abu Qatada, he just keeps coming back. Apparently, they had even more trouble with his brother, Abu Meringue.

  19. 30
    Anonymous says:

    Proper speed dating is great. Not with teenagers though, I hasten to add. Much better than online dating, which is only for weirdo’s.

    • 59
      Jabba the Hutt mp for Mid-Sussex says:

      Speedily buggering tight holes, that sounds like jolly good fun old boy.

  20. 33
    Sir William W says:

    The fact that MPs can take time off work between 10.30 and 11.45 am to get down with the kids tells you quite a lot.

  21. 34
    Horny Parliamentarian says:

    But they are over the age of consent, no?

    I voted to lower it so as to grope some more kiddies…

  22. 36
    Cicciolina says:

    The can Cum Dancing with me me when they are finished with the MPs…

  23. 37
    Maximus says:

    Great honey trap. Question is: who set it up? MI5, CIA, Mossad or FSB? We can safely rule out Number 10.

    • 45
      General Petraeus says:

      I set it up…

      But at least I have resigned for shagging my biographer

      What else was she there for anyway?

  24. 41
    Sir Peter File says:

    I can show them my early day motion…

  25. 43
    This is all too much says:

    Educashion Visits Ocifer

    Says it all really

    After 13 years of Labour buggery, thuggery and skulduggery

    And two years of LibCon Omnishambles

    This is the dregs we are left with

    And these fuckwits are all paid by us…

  26. 48
    Boom Tish says:

    The next governor of the Bank of England will be Guido Fawkes, the right wing political blogger, , if the chancellor and prime minister choose the candidate favoured by some senior regulators, government advisers, central bankers and bankers.

    • 55
      Feature Editor of the Tatler says:

      And micro Gouido will be sent to 10 Downing Street as punishment

      To let us blog freely….

  27. 51
    Her Grace the Only Lady Bishop says:

    We must engage with these kids

    and the environment

    We must no loger have a footprint

    http://www.churchofengland.org/media-centre/news-extras/yearreview/dec06/gogreenchurchesurged.aspx

  28. 61
    Feature Editor of the Tatler says:

    I think Dawn Hatch should be sent to join our Nads as penance
    for her fuckwittery

    These overpaid functionnaries should justify their salaries to the People…

    She would then be called Down the Hatch…

  29. 63
    Hank the Cat says:

    Hello little boy, have you ever seen an MP naked?

  30. 67
    Kreatcherr says:

    To host such a shenanigan and boast about it, at a time like this, with such a poorly worded statement just goes to show how, clueless, out of touch and insulated from the world they like to think they own, these cretins actually are.
    They are totally divorced from reality and have absolutely no conception or understanding on how they appear…
    No sign of intelligent life there at all.

    That is not just dumb that is incompetence, ignorance and arrogance, they must be so proud!

  31. 68
    More Cheese says:

    Dawn’ll fix it for you. And you. And you.

  32. 69
    Susie says:

    Their old pimps and procurers are on the run from the law… never mind let’s get back to business and cut out the middle man, chaps.

  33. 71
    A Firm Pair Of Breasts says:

    Comments (69)

  34. 73
    You're born: You live: You die. That is all. says:

    Dawn the Hatch!
    Cheers!

  35. 78
    Michael Fucking Parkinson says:

    I’ve met 100s of interesting people

  36. 83
    Rupert my Hero says:

    It is interesting that so many people in power, are so far removed from reality.

  37. 84
    Young Mr Grace says:

    Lord Greville Janner got in trouble for dating that 14 year old boy so I don’t think it’s a good idea.
    (It all got hushed up though).

  38. 85
    Michael Barrymore says:

    Pool party?

  39. 88
    Anna says:

    “Well that was pretty poorly worded given the current climate.”

    Maybe, but on the other hand there’s an awful lot of hysteria.

    I don’t doubt that some youngsters were seriously abused. I also don’t doubt that the usual low-lifes are trying to cash in.

    In the mid/late sixties when I was 17 and travelling twice a day on packed standing-room-only rush-hour London tube trains, I assumed that being groped was thrown in with the ticket price. In such cattle-truck condidtions it was often hard to identify the perpetrator but when I could, oh boy did I enjoy stepping back heavily with a stiletto-clad foot and hearing the ensuing howl of anguish!

    Sometimes I feel positively deprived that it didn’t leave me with any traumas or hangups, and absolutely didn’t spoil my life. Maybe I should sue someone for not spoiling my life enough?

    • 89
      Anna says:

      Oh dear, just to clarify…

      I know perfectly well that most men are pillars of rectitude (sort of ;)) and they are all lovely. It is only a very sad minority that go groping.


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