November 27th, 2012

Gentleman George Sees Red

Nadine has returned to the jungle and is currently with the Chief Whip, finding out  her fate. As Guido reported last night, 9 Downing Street was the scene of  far more amiable festivities last night. According to Guido’s source in the room, the inaugural “Geronimo” drinks, for those who found themselves out of a job on 4 September, was very civilised. Apparently a “good Montpulciano red” was flowing. Perhaps if Nadine gets the chop, she can become an honorary member.

UPDATE:


105 Comments

  1. 1
    Liarpoliticians says:

    If Nadine forced to become an independent, she could make life very awkward for Cameron in PMQs with her questions.

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    • 6
      Plato says:

      He’ll make an obvious and cutting reference to Kangaroo bollox and silence her.

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    • 11
      UKIP Can Win in Rotherham says:

      What are the odds on her joining UKIP?

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      • 17
        Cameron's easy put-down says:

        “The honourable lady clearly prefers the company of Z-list celebrities and failed wannabee’s, whether in the jungle or in UKIP.”

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        • 24
          She's a mental old bat. Good riddance says:

          Did she claim for meal expenses whilst she was in the jungle? Bet she did.

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        • 29
          Nadine says:

          Being an expert in bollocks means I am all too familiar with the content of the Prime Minister’s utterances.

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          • Handycock (Teen Fondler) says:

            Never mind Nads. I will comfort you and you can introduce me to your daughters at the same time. Boaz.

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        • 32
          Selohesra says:

          Are you calling Eric Bristow a z-list celeb? – he is a darts legend!

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          • Living in 98 percent white Merseyside (with a view towards 99% white N. Wales) says:

            And in a previous episode Martina Navratilova – a tennis legend.

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          • Bristow' A legend in my own lunch time. says:

            Yes and a rather proudly self confessed ex criminal according to his book.

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        • 38
          Keep your friends close but your enemies even closer says:

          She could also fatally damage Cameron’s election chances in 2015 if she decided to join UKIP…the cause and effect would be massive in the Tory ranks and call Cameron’s judgement into question….yet again. Better to keep her in but with a promise from her of better behaviour in future suggesting obliquely possibility of a junior ministerial job at next re-shuffle if she does and then if she walks brief against her that the leadership did everything to keep her as a member of the Tory Party but she was totally unreasonable determined to leave and do the most damage possible…and suggest gently that perhaps she was having a slight mid-life crisis ???? She needs understanding NOT condemnation etc etc….no one does a hatchet job better than the Tories

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          • The Silly Sally Award goes to says:

            Bullshit. She is a silly woman.

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          • Anonymous says:

            Nadine should not be excluded from the Tory whip. On what grounds exactly? She has attended more sessions in the House of C.than a great many of her colleagues and opposition members. Just ask how many she has attended and how many Tim Yeo and Gordon Brown have attended. They are making a f–king fortune but that seems O.K. I wonder if the vitriole is because Nadine is goodlooking, female and intelligent?

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        • 99
          Tam mcdorries(her scottish cousin) says:

          Camerrrron awa wi ye an tak yer heed fer a shite.

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    • 22
      A woman scorned etc says:

      Exactly…or if she became UKIP’s first Westminster MP…she may well be out in 2015 but she could make things very awkward for “Dave” in the intervening 30 months and it would be a massive PR coup for Farage and encourage other malcontents….Cameron has more to lose by keeping “Nads” out of the Tory Party than she does..

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    • 70
      Anonymous says:

      I really dont understand why Nads has become such a *ow. Surely she was never going to be promoted to anything in government, as she frankly isnt very bright.Messing about at school,never passing any exams and leaving at 16. (according to her Mum, in the papers) i would be mortified to be remembered as she will be now, as a bit of a nutter !

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      • 82
        XXXxx says:

        I am sure Guido would not agree with that, he rather appreciated her various charms in the past, as long as Mrs Fawkes was not looking over his shoulder

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    • 90
      Anonymous says:

      i thought indpendant thought was out?
      no… here is hope.
      there always is.

      in.depend, dance.

      dependency is in?
      let’s depend on those who are ethical.
      gangnam
      style.

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  2. 2
    Kebab Time says:

    Nads should have whip withdrawn, we rightly lambast Gordon for never turning up so she should get stick as well.

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    • 12
      The Antiguan Tourist Board says:

      3 days away is nothing serious. There are lobby fodder MPs who are present all the time in Westminster but don’t engage their brains from one end of the Parliamenary session to another.

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      • 68
        Chancer says:

        It was only 3 days because she got booted out.

        She treats us voters with even more contempt by throwing out that lame lie. Only a devious MP could twist the truth like that.

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    • 14
      Archer Karcher says:

      Missing two days, is hardly the same as the Invisible Broon missing years at a time.

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      • 73
        Anonymous says:

        You dont get it do you ? its not missing 2 days (a relief not to have her there, i would have thought ) its making a complete fool of yourself on a reality TV show, plus disloyalty, contempt for the voters , and a seeming suicide wish for her career that are the problem. Nobody can trust her again, lets be honest.

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      • 74
        Airey Belvoir says:

        I read that the late Sir Stewart Bell (who was always on telly defending MP’s theft of expenses, and never held surgeries)) was actually living in Paris.

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      • 100
        Irn Bruun says:

        Bigoted man/ woman/ or other.

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    • 84
      XXXxx says:

      Guido yesterday on about Mad Mitch on his jollies (presumably to sulk in silence and things have calmed down) and stirring it with Nads

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  3. 3
    Plato says:

    No doubt an un-reasonable compromise will be agreed.

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    • 7
      Snaplegs says:

      probably a compromise that serves no purpose to the electorate, but suits her and the party till 2015.

      Think she’ll be a goner come next election

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  4. 4
    Anonymous says:

    Leave it to her local party to deal with.

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      XXXxx says:

      CCHQ do not do things like that, a bit like Liebore HQ, they are looking to put their placemen in constituencies especially the nice safe ones for their chums.

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    smoggie says:

    Can you get a Montepulciano white? Where’s Tuscan Tony or Polly when you need them?

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  7. 9
    Archer Karcher says:

    Cameron makes life awkward for himself, by adopting policies and positions, that most Conservatives find repellent.

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  8. 10
    Raving Loon says:

    If Nadine loses her job for missing 3-4 days of work, then surely Gordon Brown should be hung drawn and quartered for only turning up for 3-4 days in total?

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  9. 13
    its bleak in sunderland says:

    If the Tories dont sack ker it will be further evidence that party discipline is non existant,her jolly was a complete waste of time as banal as her.

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    • 54
      David Cameron says:

      Oh come now! It’s just a fine example of how a modern progressive left wing party should conduct itself.

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  10. 15
    Taxfodder says:

    As some body once said better “in the tent pissing out then outside pissing in”

    But then again she could always join Nigel…everybody without a safe seat is moving or talking in that direction, and just as well before Daves Kamikaze Puff and Wind Squadron takes on the Nation.

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  11. 19
    she made her bed says:

    They should kick her out. I hope UKIP doesnt permit her in though. Let her do her worst to Camermongo sitting as an independent.

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  12. 21
    Scotland 2025 says:

    We’re so fucking skint! We make Greece look like a frugal Germany.
    Please,please can we come back inside and have a hot bowl of English money?

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    • 55
      Living in 98 percent white Merseyside (with a view towards 99% white N. Wales) says:

      Won’t most of them have moved to Londistan? At least they will change the demographics (slightly).

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  13. 23
    Tit watch says:

    It was the costume dip that dun it.
    Old Tories won’t let her go.

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    FFS says:

    Montepulciano, you ignorant git.

    Montepulciano d’Abruzzo.

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  16. 34
    Mohammed Galloway says:

    Overnight, the IDF arrested a terrorism suspect in his home SW of Bethlehem & confiscated a gun, ammunition & knives.

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  17. 39
    Hank the Cat says:

    The labour Party is not necessarily stupid, but most stupid people are labour party voters

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    • 46
      The Public says:

      Given the ridiculousness of all of the major parties, people have no real choice but to cast their votes in an apparently idiotic manner. However, the public as a whole are not so very stupid, as evidenced by their refusal at the last election to grant a mandate to any of the political parties to govern alone.

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    • 47
      Words of Wisdom says:

      To paraphrase Ken Livingstone, “Labour’s supporters are thick, clever people vote for other parties.”

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  18. 50
    Julia Middleton CEO Common Purpose says:

    I love the Labour party.
    My favourite useful idiots.

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  19. 53
    Which is Ant and which is Dec? says:

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  20. 57
    The Silly Sally Award goes to says:

    She went on IACGMOOH and informed the world that she is a puppet Tory politician having her strings pulled by a very rich donor. She set up a company so she does not have too pay tax on her earnings gained from her media stunt. She stuck two fingers up to the tories and her constitutients with media games. She declared that she would donate her wages which she hadn’t earned to a charity of her choice. Then she gets voted out first. The woman is a fool.

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    • 61
      Taxfodder says:

      Yer typical Tory then …..after all.

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    • 63
      Don't be so sure says:

      She is now better known to the British public than most of the cabinet.

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      • 67
        The Silly Sally Award goes to says:

        The fact that she was voted out first says it all.

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        • 93
          The low road says:

          Has it not occurred to you Birdbrains that in any of these team knockout game shows that the one secretly deemed most likely to win by all contestants is almost invariably the one selected as the weakest link. The remaining dimbos feel that their chances have thus been enhanced.

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  21. 66
    Penfold says:

    Bearing in mind that Nad’s attendance record is better than Gordon McMental Brown’s, it would be rather unfair for the Tories to sack her.

    Bring her back into the fold, then at least she be constrained from slagging orff the Eton boys and other general wankers.

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  22. 69
    Richard Winnington says:

    Gordon Brown in ‘I’m a Celebrity…?’ Will he still wear a suit and tie?

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    • 72
      i think not says:

      has he been on shitty seaside holidays, wearing farcical attire, since he was booted out of number10?

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        Rt Hon Gordon Brown MP3 says:

        I never wore a business suit to the seaside. The Murdoch press made that up.I wore a gentlemen’s thorn proof tweed hunting jacket with matching trousers walking boots and deerstalker hat.

        I also wore factor 50 suntan lotion. It was quite a warm day, even if not very sunny.

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  23. 78
    Arthur Foxache says:

    “Mad Nad” joins UKIP..

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  24. 81
    cynic says:

    More and more Cameron resemble the Captain Ahab of the Conservative Party

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Mycroft says:

Have you read the last bit of Animal Farm?

You know where the animals are looking through the Farmhouse window?

My TV screen was that window at lunch-time today.

Be careful, the sudden self-congratulatory tone, the slightly pudgy outline of indulgence and you become exactly what you should despise.

The jolly face of the Quisling Cameron poses for your camera has mesmerised and deceived you, you who were once not so deceived.

You were no firebrand, you were a damp squib in my opinion, sorry.

You need a damned good kick up the ahse!


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