December 7th, 2012

WATCH: Max Clifford Interviewed as He Leaves Home

Professionally done…

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119 Comments

  1. 1
    Stuart Hall says:

    But I hired him to represent me! Who’ll help me now?

    • 2
      Hugh Grant says:

      I thought Max was on my side!?

    • 8
      Guido's PR firm says:

      We are picking up hundreds of clients at the moment

      Thanks Max…

    • 24
      Plod moves in mysterious ways says:

      13 hours interrogation for something that may or may not have happened in 1977 is 13 hours more interrogation than the plod were prepared to investigate into something that did happen in the moslem quarters of Rotherham in 2012.

      • 29
        Legal Beagle says:

        Did the events occur in 1977 or later?

        We do not know yet…

      • 30
        Penfold says:

        Less tea breaks and other breaks, there are laws that regulate as to how long you can interrogate a person.

        Well, that is if you can find a non PC PC who has the will to investigate our ethnic minorities and suffer the slings and arrows of an abusive PC; press, local authority, central government, Quangoes, Pressure groups, religious orgo’s, unions, leftists, marxists, commies, social workers and of course your fellow coppers,; who would be just hoping to score one for their files and claim the scalp of another officer who’se committed the cardinal sin of thought crime by linking a minority with criminal activity.

      • 56
        Legal Eagle says:

        He has not been charged yet, just released on police bail. So this means the police are not willing to drop the investigation into the allegations just yet.

        Not that it has any bearing on this case, but Judge Simon Smith did make a point in the Milroy-Sloan case of 2003 that Clifford had offered her GBP 80k for a story which turned out to be false, and for which Sloan was jailed for 3 years.

        At the very least – what goes around comes around it would appear.

        • 74
          Anonymous says:

          Is that the case Derek Laud provided an alibi for?

          • Anonymous says:

            derek laud and his westminster links….

            so.vile buckinghamshire. then we had max over.the.cliff surrey…seems like brorough of westminster next.

            is westminster a city? it is a borough that is called a city. or is it a city pretending to be a borough. does it have special privileges as it is a city?

      • 63
        Joyce Thacker says:

        You disgusting man! I bet you vote UKIP! Those men in Rotheram were simply practising their rich culture.

      • 115
        jackalino says:

        well said!

    • 51
      St James of Newcastle says:

      This fella worked wonders for a grinning, self-aggrandising, Cheshire Cat a few years ago…

      https://twitter.com/campbellclaret

    • 114
      Piers Mogadon says:

      What Max needs now is a good publicist.

  2. 3
    Butch Dave says:

    Keep your pecker up, Max, and Keep Buggering On!

    • 28

      Well, at least it’s reassuring to know that Monday’s charity dinner is still on and 5 year-old Numan might still get his operation in January.
      Back to the bar …

  3. 4
    nadia says:

    ‘life long labour voter’ – ’nuff said

    • 39
      I Remember You Hoo says:

      Labour media gatekeeper too, helping to ensure damaging stories got killed and distraction stories were hyped up to the max. Nasty man who openly brags about not outing child molesters and other criminals.

    • 54
      JabbaTheCat says:

      Couldn’t have happened to a nicer bloke… /smirk

  4. 5
    Wally Wombat says:

    Does he not have a driving licence? And why sit beside your chauffeur – one should be in the rear of the car when being driven. Dreadful.

  5. 6
    Red Top Editor says:

    Having flogged to death all our celebrity non-celebrities

    We have now decided to trash each other

    Dog eat dog

    The British Press is going cannibal

    While our circulation collapses

  6. 7
    Witch Hunt Posse says:

    So his number plate is “100 MAX” then…….

    • 47
      Outlier says:

      A Rolls with a personalised number plate – the hallmark of a complete and total wanker!

      • 70
        Lord Mendacious says:

        Don’t forget wealthy. Relaxingly wealthy.

      • 75
        Squeaker and Cicciolina says:

        Do you mean like us?

        We are the most obvious shameless barrow boy/arrivistes in the British Isles

      • 112
        wanker alertometer says:

        If a man has a personal number plate,
        and,if a man has a pony tail,and,if a man has
        tattoo,s,and if a man over 30 has earings,then,
        by my own definition,that man is indeed, A Wanker.!!!!

  7. 9
    Hank the Cat says:

    My lovely friend Harriet Harman and her wife Jack sends her full support and have asked me round for a bit of pie

  8. 10
    Gordon Brown says:

    It all started in America

  9. 11
    Caligula says:

    I told you it would all end in tears

  10. 12
    Hank the Cat says:

    It must be in the DNA for these labour supporters

  11. 13
    Caligula says:

    Circumcise him I say

  12. 14
    Max Dickhead says:

    I’m fucked to the max!

  13. 15
    TV spectator says:

    Is the geek next to Max his PR advisor?

    Or a heavy?

    • 23
      Broadsword calling Danny Boy says:

      I think that you will find, dear spectator, that it his driver. If you could afford a Rolls Royce you would also probably be able to afford to have someone to relieve you of the stress of driving too.

      • 100
        Mrs Poshenstuckup says:

        I’ve got one of them. Not the Rolls but the driver. I call him my husband.

      • 102
        Mrs Poshenstuckup says:

        Mrs Poshenstuckup says:
        Your comment is awaiting moderation.
        December 7, 2012 at 3:33 pm

        I’ve got one of them. Not the Rolls but the dr**ver. I call him my husband.
        Reply

        This effing modbot needs a clip round the earole.

    • 46
      St James of Newcastle says:

      His Twatter technician & Farcebook liason officer.

  14. 16
    Steve Miliband says:

    All to promote his tacky little book

  15. 17
    A Firm Pair Of Breasts says:

    Any publicity is good publicity.

  16. 18
    Jack says:

    He who lives by the sword dies by the sword

    All very bibilical what is going on in Britain

  17. 19
    Historian of our times says:

    Does anyone feel that what is happening in Britain is all profoundly sordid?

  18. 21
    US publisher says:

    Max’s next book will be called

    “How I outed all those kiddy fidllers”

  19. 22
    Anonymous says:

    Surely no-one is expectingMr.Clifford to say that he is guilty of the offences he is accused of.

    • 33
      Jack says:

      And surely the Police do not arrest and bail someone without prima facie evidence…

      • 40
        David Bouvier says:

        No, nowadays to “protect” people they arrest you if they are interviewing you and think there is a possibility that you might be charged in the future. (and take your DNA, etc I expect)

        It is what used to be called “helping police with their enquiries”.

        Don’t think the public has caught up with “arrested” not being a damning as it used to be.

        • 58
          Anonymous says:

          Why would you leave it until alleged offenders were in their late 60 s and 80s before going to the police,if you were a “victim “that strikes me as very odd.

          • Anonymous says:

            nature.nurture.

            are the victims born psychologically weak? and when the whole world is against you…is it possible to stand up against society,,,it is just too strong,,,and when the society is secret,,,,, and then when one is blind.

            lots of layers…for the truth to hide behind.

    • 36
      Got a new crayon says:

      Gives plod a good chance to seize all his computers and see what lies he’s told to protect his clients perhaps?

  20. 25
    Penfold says:

    Nice to see Max on the receiving end for once…………

    Ahhhhhhhh schadenfreude.

  21. 26
    Anonymous says:

    Ah, straight from the Harry Redknapp school of car interviews.

  22. 27
    Mandelson (you know the rest) says:

    A little buggery goes a long way

  23. 32
    Dr Freud said all women suffer from penis envy says:

    Re your reference to Trump/Sugar

    Trump owns Sugar

    I love it….

    Lord Oh Sugar Sugar getting both barrels…

  24. 34
    Anonymous says:

    He deserves to be arrested for that C&A jacket!

  25. 37
    labrat says:

    Some choice Clifford quotes its probably worth remembering:

    “The police were looking into it. The fact that after three months’ investigation they decided to bring the Hamiltons in – you make your own conclusions.”

    “would tend to suggest that the police believe there is something in all this because they have been working on it for a few months”

    “So you know, you make up your own minds and the public will. All I would say is that when it comes to judging who’s telling the truth I totally believe what the young lady told me. The police obviously believe there is something in it they wouldn’t have spent all this time investigating.”

    • 62
      labhamster says:

      And some quotes from Judge Simon Smith – 2003 – at the end of the case against the woman who made those allegations:

      “It became clear to me during the trial that you were planning to do something like this from your arrival in London.”

      “You had already had an interview with Max Clifford and a sum of around 80,000 was being talked about for a story.”

      “It is becoming all too easy for people to sell allegations about well known people to the Press, and the courts have to deal firmly with it.”

  26. 38
  27. 41
    Dave"The One Term Prime Minister" Cameron says:

    There are lessons to be learned from this fiasco.

    Such as how to lose the 2015 General Election !!

    The collapse of the £5bn West Coast Main Line deal will bring “a significant cost to the taxpayer”, a National Audit Office report has found.

    The government scrapped its decision to award the franchise to FirstGroup in October, owing to faulty calculations.

    It has already estimated the cost of reimbursing four firms for the cost of their bids would be £40m.

    • 43
      St James of Newcastle says:

      Stop spunking my money up the wall of African wind turbines.

    • 44
      Jack says:

      I think this illustrates something even more worrying

      I think the civil service has virtually collapsed

      “Government” as we used to know it no longer functions

      What with revolving doors, generalised corrupution, “taxis for hire”, constant “reorgainsations” and “consultants” reports, etc, the Ministries are no longer capable of taking rational decisions

      This is illustrated by the energy policy fi

      • 105
        Annie Seed-Ball says:

        Which in a nutshell is precisely why Dave should go ahead with his bonfire of the Qangos (all of them) and put responsibility back where it belongs – with Ministers and their Departments. Look at the millions he will also save on their funding.

        • 110
          ReefKnot says:

          Of course Dave should go ahead with the Bonfire of the Quangos – which was rapidly put out by civil servants as soon as it started – but he should not take these activities back inside Government because then we just get the same old crap coming out of them – same people, same attitudes just different letterheads. The whole idea of the bonfire was to STOP their activities dead in their tracks, or at least as many of them as humanly possible. Oh, and the same principle needs to apply to Fake Charities who are draining taxpayers money. That won’t happen either, not with this lot anyway

    • 45
      Jack says:

      I think this illustrates something even more worrying

      I think the civil service has virtually collapsed

      “Government” as we used to know it no longer functions

      What with revolving doors, generalised corrupution, “taxis for hire”, constant “reorgainsations” and “consultants” reports, etc, the Ministries are no longer capable of taking rational decisions

      This is illustrated by the energy policy fiasco as well

      Will the last person who leaves britiain please turn out the lights …

      • 70
        Engineer says:

        They won’t need to. Unless the government drastically ammends it’s energy policy very soon, the lights will go out anyway.

    • 61
      Anonymous says:

      Seriuosly, did you see the muppet display on the labour front bench on thursday ? hand on heart can you really see Ed, Ed, Hattie, Yvette, Chukka, Jack x2 etc etc running this country again ? they are the same shower who left us in this mess in the first place, and they havent come up with any new ideas in the last 2 1/2 years. How are they going to do any better than they did when they lost the election ?

      • 72
        Engineer says:

        Agreed, but the polls still say 40% would vote for them. Polling has also discovered that only 6% of the population know the difference between deficit and debt. Therein lies part of the problem.

        • 106
          Annie Seed-Ball says:

          Politicians could fix that in a jiffy by simply stopping referring to them. Just say the country owes a lot of money and we have to pay it back or they lenders won’t lend us any more.

  28. 48
    Outlier says:

    A Rolls with a personalised number plate – the hallmark of a complete and total wanker!

  29. 50
    Hank the Cat says:

    He should have blacked up and declared himself a follower of mo ham head,
    then he would have all the human rights lawyers chasing him

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2244195/Tim-Smits-Australian-graphic-designer-stabbed-defending-vulnerable-women-bus-told-leave-UK.html

    • 76
      Interested Public says:

      Sad story – but if his visa is up and UKBA refuse to extend – Ciao dude.

      His assumption that ‘defending’ the ‘community’ should somehow change his immigration status is ridiculous, and on another level sinister.

      If he was applying for citizenship this may be a different story, but he’s just an economic migrant who’s been out of work for 14 months. He would heal faster in Australia – much healthier environment down there.

  30. 55
    Dave"The One Term Prime Minister" Cameron says:

    I can’t even win this vote !!

    Cameron vs. Miliband: the Battle of the Christmas Cards – see both cards and vote for your favourite in our online poll http://live.standard.co.uk/Event/Thread.aspx?Id=73524

    • 79
      Tachybaptus says:

      Who´s the woman between Dave and Sam? His masseuse, with a roll of cling film to wrap him in?

  31. 64
    Check your diary, Max says:

    “I’m speaking at a charity event on Monday”.

    Wasn’t that cancelled?

  32. 65
    Antonio Desancha says:

    Damn! And I was going to call him this week to ask him to help in my comeback.

    • 66
      Antonia de Sancha says:

      Antionia. I haven’t had a sex change. Though I did consider it after letting David Mellor blow his beans up me.

  33. 68
    Anne Arquist says:

    Dave and Max…PR man and publicist. They can convince the gullible that a turd is a collectable item that will appreciate in value with time.

  34. 73
    Beasted by Max Clifford the Israelite says:

    Clifford fucked me up the arse in 1977 when I was a 14
    year old boy
    £100,000 for the story and photos of me looking sad and angry

  35. 77
    Engineer says:

    There’s something I intensely dislike about Clifford, but nonetheless if he is going to be charged with and tried for something, it had better be factual and supportable with incontrovertable evidence. I just get a vague feeling that there are a lot of very vague, possibly fabricated allegations being made against people for reasons of malice, possibly connected with seeking of compensation payments. That doesn’t help real victims. It would not surprise me in the slightest if we end up with people being prosecuted for wasting Police time.

    • 84
      Beasted by Max Clifford the Israelite says:

      Max Clifford is “chosen” so fuck him!
      High time that this odious non Christmas celebrating worm was taught a lesson

      BTW Stuart Hall is a notorious nonce, another great one for doing a lot for childrens charities
      If you want to find fish look in the sea(If the Spanish havent stolen them all)
      If you want to find a Pedo look where children are

      This dung hill has spent his entire career ruining the lives of others, so lets hope that his worthless life is now ruined

      • 98
        local wind says:

        ridiculous posting…get a grip…anyone charged with any sexual offence is entitled to defend themselves and max is no different.

  36. 78
    Wally Wombat says:

    Does he not have a driving licence? And why sit beside your chauffeur – one should be in the rear of the car when being driven. Dreadful

  37. 81
    Ed Miliband (Prime Minister designate) says:

    Max Clifford denies allegations as damaging,a stress on his family.I have a feeling he is right and Guido Fawkes maybe trying to stitch him up.

  38. 82
    Lord Jensen Interceptor says:

    Max Clifford, the man who made money out the death of 8 babies when he persuaded the mother to not have some of them aborted against the advice of all of her doctors.

    Still, Clifford made £50k selling her story to the press.

    • 86
      Beasted by Max Clifford the Israelite says:

      Hey business is businees my boy

      I bet the wӣ$ker is a Tottenham Hostpur fan

  39. 83
    This is from the BBC News homepage, for those who claim they never report this stuff says:

    The proportion of young offenders in England and Wales describing themselves as Muslim has risen. One in five males in young offender institutions identified themselves as Muslim in 2011/12, compared with 16% in 2010/11.

    • 88
      Beast of Strangeways says:

      Let me tell you something
      People do that as muzzies like vegies get better food
      Nice indian takeaways all week then on a sunday everybody descends on the chicken lunch
      So if you are ever incarcerated tell them you are a muzzie
      Oh and you get more showers (+:
      Prison staff know about it which is why they lay on extra chicken on sundays as vegatarians suddenly become meat eaters until recanting

    • 90
      Abu Qatada says:

      Yes indeed.

      The budget for providing Halal meals has gone through the roof as well.

      Happy Chanukah,one and all.

      • 93
        Beast of Strangeways says:

        Mr Qatada it gets better
        Should you ever be in a police cell they are required to feed and water you
        Ask for Halal and you will get a KFC
        Six lethal weapons (or handcuff pickers) in a box
        Now call me old fashioned but any muslim loon should be sent back to the shithole that the emerged from IMHO
        Turks are OK , muzzies who enjoy drinking dancing and fornication
        OH and they make good guns

    • 91
      Gone for a Burton says:

      So less than 1% of the population (except in a question time audience, the BBC newsreaders’ tea room and parliament) provide 16% of the population’s offenders?

  40. 94
    Anonymous says:

    They seem nice.

  41. 99
    Moby dick says:

    Sounded destroyed

    Police case better be strong

    35 years ago is taking the mick

  42. 101
    Anonymous says:

    He said things about the late Alan Clark which don’t seem to ring true.

    Greville Janner isn’t litigious about all that stuff on the net.A bit more info on him would do.

  43. 111
    gildedtumbril says:

    If this Clifford person is found to have conspired to conceal the vile behavior of various media ‘stars’ he would be guilty of conspiracy and to pervert the course of justice. These two used to incur long custodial sentences.
    And, I cannot believe that ITV is as pure as the driven snow. Many of their program wallahs graduated from the bullingdon bumboy’s club (bbc).
    The Slava saga rolls on.

  44. 113
    Rob Roy says:

    I would most certainly not want to share a cell with that man.

  45. 116
    Anonymous says:

    frighteningly efficient
    disturbingly confident surface

    but watch it again
    the body language he cant quite suppress
    he is not relaxed as makes out
    that card he is holding as try to focus focus
    but still he touches his face
    on the tough question
    and spot how he nearly makes a slip and corrects a word that showed guilt

    not thoroughly profession guido
    ask a professional
    psychology is not your game

    would fool most though
    clearly

    • 117
      Anonymous says:

      he is a sociopath/psychopath?….sort of

    • 118
      Anonymous says:

      guilt at least that he has put others in true false splash
      how can he beg of neighbours and family
      he has hurt many
      as to him guilt as arrested for
      hmmmmmmmmmmmm?

      he may well never go to trial
      what ever happens
      be warned
      this guy has dirt on many
      this could all be for show
      and like using macalpine
      ‘yes ministers’ ‘aids’ cleverly closing it down


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