November 20th, 2012

Silly Sally Says So Long!

Last night Sally Bercow got into hot water for the second time in a week over her Twitter account: “Looking at tweets but (sadly) can’t reply (#lawyerswhippedmyass #asdidMrB).”

Then there was this:

And then there was this:

“And that is that. The end.”

Pics via @samuelcoates, @guywalters

154 Comments

  1. 1
    Sally's not very bright, is she says:

    Good riddance

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  2. 1
    Melvin says:

    I don’t tweet, so could someone put that first one into English for me please?

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  3. 3
    ralph says:

    Well that just gies to show…..

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  4. 4
    Fatty Pang says:

    Gulps

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  5. 5
    Roundell says:

    the end of sally from the Alley – good

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  6. 6
    *HAPPY SMILING FACE* says:

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  7. 7
    oinkyoinky says:

    Is she dead?

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    • 96
      DYKEVISIONS says:

      No, she is staring in an American TV show called Homeland

      http://www.imdb.com/media/rm1669315584/tt1796960

      Playing a woman with a Bipolar disorder in which people experience disruptive mood swings. These encompass a frenzied state known as mania (or hypomania) usually alternated with symptoms of depression,

      Sounds familiar! Especially after been blown off twitter.

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  8. 9
    Sally's not very bright, is she says:

    <Alan Davies has apologised to Lord McAlpine for naming him over false child abuse allegations. The 46-year-old BBC comedian wrote to the former Tory politician, whose legal team is continuing its process of suing everybody who wrongly linked him to allegations of historic child abuse.

    Alan: Stable door, horse bolted.

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    • 12
      Sally's not very bright, is she says:

      In late 2007 Alan Davies made UK national news when The Times and Daily Telegraph reported that he was involved in an altercation during which he bit the ear of a homeless man. Davies had just left a wake at the nearby Groucho Club. He told The Times in 2009, “He wasn’t a tramp. He was a raging, horrendous arsehole. He called me a c-unt several times. Or if it wasn’t him, it was his mate. And, yes, I went for him and, yes, I did it in what turned out to be an amusing way.” Following the incident, Davies was banned from the Groucho Club.

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      • 26
        The BBC are cnuts says:

        What’s wrong with that ? His attacker must have been an evil Tory from the Thatcher era.

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        • 45
          Deep Froat says:

          Sir I object to usage of the phrase ‘BBC Comedian’.

          These twunts are pretty far from funny though I do find that delightful Mark Thompson and George Entwhistle’s ‘Savile’ and ’28Gate’ explanations and denials utterly hilarious.

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          • Quiet Bat Person says:

            A few years ago Davies made a TV documentary about his youth, in which he revealed that he had pissed through the letter box of his local Conservative club.

            To be fair, if I recall correctly, he also met Norman Tebbit for the documentary, fessed up and apologised. Sort of.

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          • Nigel Farages Alter Ego says:

            Indeed – its a total tautology, since anyone who is employed there resembles a bad joke…

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          • BBC Disinfotainment Commissioning Team says:

            Don’t like to blow the trumpet, but we broke the barriers of comedy. Now you can’t tell who is a ‘BBC comedian’ from who is a BBC ‘serious’ commentator/journalist.

            Whew! That’s our progressive agenda in its glorius realisation.

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      • 64
        The Aristocracy of the Left says:

        The Groucho club being the prime club of privilege for lefty selebs and artists.

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      • 81
        Anonymous says:

        I have never understood why alan Davies is still working, he bit OFF the ear of that man as i recall !Apart from that he is not funny as he lisps his way through his smug material. He seems a disaster on that thing with steven Fry.

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    • 95
      foppish twat says:

      thats the fist time I’ve laughed at Davies for years

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  9. 11
    Check Facts First says:

    If we could only do the same with her husband then parliament would be a much better place.

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  10. 13
    Mr Squeaker says:

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  11. 14
    Mr Squeaker says:

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  12. 15
    Anonymous says:

    But what about her long legs and pillowy breasts?

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    • 23
      The Amused says:

      The thought of a small man standing on a box in order to take a leggy bird from behind does make me chortle.

      Chortle, chortle.

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      • 130
        Airey Belvoir says:

        I believe that his technique is to put a bucket on her head and swing from the handle. Saves having to look at her too.

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  13. 18
    A Twat too far. says:

    The sad thing is that she had only retired from Twitter a few weeks earlier. Then it all went to Hell in a Handcart on her comeback tour.

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  14. 20
    Weybridgeman says:

    Finally! A little bit of good news…..

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  15. 21
    bergen says:

    It had reached the point that, had she not been reined in, hubby’s job (with the house and golden perks) must have been on the line.

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  16. 22
    Sir Mary Flappes says:

    Sheet a brick!

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  17. 24
    Nick says:

    The Bercows have overstayed their welcome.

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  18. 24
    Oh, diddums says:

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  19. 27
    In Ferro Veritas says:

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    • 34
      Throbbing Williams says:

      No way, Diane Fatbutt is on biscuit watch?

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      • 80
        Lord WhiteAdder says:

        This verse sprang to mind…

        “Yes, Lord; but even the dogs feed on the crumbs which fall from their masters’ table.”

        Her tweet sems to express just how much she is salivating at the thought of biscuits… you can almost hear the drool pouring out of her as the ‘thinks’…

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    • 135
      My little chocolate digestive says:

      Weekly allowance, right pet?

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    • 145
      restore the monasteries says:

      Reductio ad adsurdum. (copied from a big book in the library)

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  20. 28
    The Amused says:

    Even more amusing:

    New charges against Coulson,Brooks and some other pillock.

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  21. 29
    Alec Gallagher says:

    I see that her latest transgression involves naming a child involved in an ongoing court case. Her defence is that ‘you need a law degree to go on Twitter nowadays’. Most of us would think that plain common sense, coupled with a modicum of dignity and decency, would be sufficient.

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    • 38
      The Libor party says:

      IF those were the criteria there would be no lefties on Twitter at all.

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    • 46
      A message to celebs from our sponsors says:

      The old adage “Connect brain before opening mouth” is still a good piece of advice for “Twitterers”…..better to stick to “Tweeting” about going to buy a bottle of milk down the local shops or even better don’t tweet at all

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    • 56
      JuliaM says:

      Errr, no. Much as I hate to support anything this daft cow does (did?) on Twitter, that case was all over the media and you couldn’t pick up a newspaper without seeing the name when the police were trying to trace the little darling.

      The existence of an injunction preventing her from being named now simply makes an utter mockery of the law in the eyes of the public.

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      • 85
        Anonymous says:

        But it has happened ! there is an injunction, so why does the wife of the speaker of the House of Commoms think she needs to put in her two pennorth and break it ? what on earth has it got to do with her ? its a complete mystery to me why this woman thinks so much of herself !

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    • 82
      You're born: You live: You die. That is all. says:

      The child’s name was all over the papers when Inspector Knacker’s plods were looking for her.
      The photos in the papers showed a very grown-up dolly with big bazookas.
      Why the “secrecy” now?

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  22. 32
    Keith Dovkunts says:

    I’ll have some of what that childish cow has been drinking . . .

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  23. 40
    Latimer Alder says:


    “And that is that. The end.”

    Please, please don’t let her be appointed as ‘Middle East Peace Envoy’ as the last one who used that phrase did.

    The world really really doesn’t need a nuclear holocaust and I can think of no better candidate to incite one……

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  24. 44
    The Central Scrutinizer says:

    All of these involved in the McAlpine case have shown their true colours. As soon as the words ‘Tory’ and ‘Thatcher’ were mentioned in reference to this case, they jumped right in and used their usual tools of innuendo and sarcasm to push the message to their useful idiot ‘followers’ – which is exactly what they have been doing professionally (in the case of Monbiot and Alan Davies) for much of their entire careers. In fact, you could possibly deduce from this that they only have their careers because of this sneering and holier-than-thou view of Conservatism.

    I would go so far as to say that the Tory brand has been destroyed over the last 20 years by continuous smearing, snide remarks, mockery and fake outrage from a large percentage of the UK’s well-to-do, middle class media commentators and opinion leaders (and I would also include modern day comedians in this group too).

    It’s about time that someone stood up to these bully boy tactics and called them out for what they are.

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    • 51
      Deep Froat says:

      With respect David Cameron must take a lot of credit for destroying the Tory Brand.

      Why single handedly he’s made Tory a codeword for hard left socialist wet limp dick.

      Farage is more of a proper Tory than Cameron’s ilk will ever be.

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    • 52
      The Land of the Politically Correct and Mendacious says:

      There is a slight hilarity insofar as all these socialist celebrity tweeters have been well and truly undone by their blind and irrational hatred of all things Tory…you’d have to have a heart of stone not to laugh…let’s hope that this is the end to their babble…somehow I fear not…we couldn’t get THAT lucky !!!

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    • 58
      Max By Graves says:

      Sound comment.

      Sadly Dave “Dave” Cameron needs a spine transplant before he stands up to anyone,

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    • 110
      Willy Besued says:

      Davies is genuinely funny, Moonbat is the worst kind of “expert”, one who has no real idea what he’s talking about but just parrots what he is told. Either way, both retweeted something that was freely and commonly available on the net (see David Icke) and while I agree they jumped on the Tory-Thatcher bandwagon I cannot see how they are guilty of anything much

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  25. 48
    The law is an Ass. says:

    Given that the plod and the girl’s parents held very public press conferences naming the girl, displaying her photos and calling for maximum publicity all across Europe. I find it hard to see what Sally has actually done wrong this time.

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    • 53
      Deep Froat says:

      Unfamiliar with the phrase ‘contempt of court’ are we?
      When a judge says don’t do a thing and you do it anyway..there you go.

      Try it sometime and see where you end up.

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      • 121
        Anonymous says:

        40k per annum is the cost of dis.respect.

        prison ain’t for a penniless country.
        we royalty.
        we print money. we fecked?

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    • 59
      "Trial by the Media" Watch says:

      Look Mate……. can you PLEASE not intrude on a good witch hunt please….the facts don’t come into it… Good Grief !!! You’ll be saying next that everyone is innocent until proven guilty ….

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    • 94
      Anonymous says:

      Er, there was an injunction (presumably a legal requirement as she is still 15)why is it the role of the speakers wife to break it ? is she retarded of something ?

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  26. 62
    PK says:

    OK – read the whole thread and still have not got a fuggin clue what the silly tart was on about.. anyone able to decipher the tweet for me please ?

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  27. 63
    Anonymous says:

    Sally Bercow’s Twitter account deleted after hacker calls her “stupid woman”

    I call “bulls__t”.

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  28. 68
    JH3 says:

    Looks like a face saving exercise to me.

    “Oh, I was hacked, and couldn’t be bothered to reinstate it”.

    It means she doesn’t have to face the gigantic personal hurdle of just doing the right thing, and being seen to have ‘given in’ to a ‘Tory plot’ by the bedwetters.

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  29. 69
    Xmas gift suggestion for every occassion says:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scold's_bridle

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  30. 71
    Sarge says:

    Sally,Sally, What is the point of trying to cover yer tracks if you are an attention seeker? The two things are fundamental opposites.

    What’s the point in paying yer lawyers if yer don’t take there advice -or was it their advice to end your Twitter account,which makes no difference in law and kind of undermines your defence?

    Jeez, there’s thick and there’s Sally……..

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  31. 77
    Lomax says:

    Then the court should have made her aware of their order.

    If they are going to treat twatterers as publishers then they should distribute their orders to twatterers as they do other publishers. What’s happening here is plain stupid.

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  32. 97
    More Cheese says:

    If I never hear of Sally Bercow again it will be too soon.

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  33. 100
    M says:

    Sally Bercow is a non entity she never existed

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    Roman Polanski says:

    The silly bitch is probably in an S&M relationship with the poison dwarf in which she has to ‘transgress’ in order to earn her sought after ‘punishment spankings’ which are followed by 2 minutes of rumpy pumpy.

    So she keeps on and on being a naughty girl.

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  36. 105
    Baskingshark says:

    “Sally Bercow does not exist”

    I bloody wish.

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  37. 106
    Lord McHilly says:

    Shame, she’d blocked me for saying it was inappropriate to be tweeting shed was pissed in a Turkish nightclub. She also called some lawyers “ambulance chasers” which is never a good move I feel.

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  38. 107
    Fact Hunt says:

    Come back Betty Boothroyd.

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  39. 108
    Inky Fingers says:

    Twitter: talking shop for idiots and self-publicists.

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  40. 109
    keredybretsa says:

    Another Drongo Droolworthy Twitterati bites the dust!

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  41. 112
    Majorfrustration says:

    Once a prat always a prat

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  42. 113
    steve smith says:

    Mr b whipped her ass oh my I would so so love to have seen that nothing kinky just sadistic revenge

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  43. 127
    Admiral Ackbar says:

    If Sally Bercow doesn’t exist, would it matter if somebody pushed her in front of a bus?

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  44. 129
    Sally Sillycow says:

    What planet is this woman on? Great to see her sweating. Why can lefties only dish it out? When it comes to taking it they shit themselves.

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  45. 137
    Anonymous says:

    Joe Murphy ‏@JoeMurphyLondon
    Great News!! @SallyBercow texts me that she’ll be back:”I appear to have been hacked in the middle of night so temporarily deactivated :-/”

    The operative word is “appear”.

    L–r.

    Too shameless to apologise to Lord McAlpine. Too cheap to pay the piper. Too gutless to admit she deleted her Twitter acct. under advice of counsel.

    What a t—–r.

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  46. 138
    Sue Brown says:

    Skanky Sally will be back! Like nits, difficult to get rid of. What a thicko she is.

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  47. 139
    bogtrott says:

    sally might have gone but silly bercow is still around.

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  48. 141
    Only Twits Tweet says:

    The Sally Bercow twitter account was definitely there a few hours ago. Just for a couple of minutes and then it was gone again.

    If she reactivates her account every day – even if just for a few minutes – it prevents the account from being permanently deleted. This circumvents the 30-day rule.

    My guess is Sally will log-on for a few minutes every day and repeat the process until the fuss has died now and she can make her comeback without losing the original account and all her beloved followers.

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  49. 142
    Only Twits Tweet says:

    And I suppose the latest gaffe ends any hopes of being selected as Labour candidate for Holburn & St Pancras at the next general election.

    I mean surely even Labour wouldn’t want this twit in the Commons for the next 20-25 years. Besides, there’s always the risk she would do a Mensch and resign in a huff whenever she doesn’t get her own way or to spend more time with her family (yikes)

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  50. 146
    Aunt Sally says:

    Those nasty bullies! Would One pretend One had their twitter account hacked so One wouldn’t have to admit One was forced to shut it down ? Anyway I is ‘orf to Scatterbrook Village.

    *innocent coconut shy face*

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