January 9th, 2013

A Picture of the Prime Minister Breaking the Law

The Prime Minister claimed at PMQs that he had never broken the law. What about that time he was busted going through red lights?

He was reportedly fined and gated during his time at Eton College for smoking cannabis which remains illegal. And Dave still hasn’t really told us about that Masters in Columbian Studies that made up his “normal university experience”…


91 Comments

  1. 1
    orkneylad says:

    what about his pot smoking?

    just sayin’ . . .

    • 15
      Liar Liar Pants on Fire says:

      Dave breaks cast iron guarantees as well.

      • 59
        IDS speaking on behalf of all politicians particularly the landed gentry says:

        its in the DNA ….bribery lies hypocrisy threats

    • 45
      Anonymous says:

      WTF is “Columbian studies”?
      Does it mean ColUmbia , North America or ColOmbia, South America?

      • 56
        Anonymous says:

        Clearlu Colombian – as in Pablo Escobar.

        • 76
          T'Old Fella says:

          I thought Gideon had done Columbian studies with help from a certain young lady, he certainly looked as he was enjoying his studies

    • 64
      Anonymous says:

      and the coke, wasnt that why he failed his DV when working for lamont?

    • 90
      DAVE (Triple Dip) Cameron says:

      See Original post Above !

      “He was reportedly fined and gated during his time at Eton College for smoking cannabis which remains illegal.”

  2. 2
    green giant says:

    COCAINE ?

  3. 3
    Kebab Time says:

    To be fair a lot of cyclists do go tho red lights, bloody annoying tho

    • 17
      Anonymous says:

      It’s still breaking the law even if everyone does it

      • 39
        Plato says:

        The guy in front of him in the beige jacket has done the same thing?

        This is a southern practice, I find. In the north, we realise that a red light one way means traffic coming the other way.

        • 50
          Anonymous says:

          It rather depends if you have the brains to work out the spirit of the law or if you are a thick mong sheep who sits in front of a red traffic light when there’s no traffic around.

        • 53
          Labour Party says:

          Yes this is a cause of that southern practice of going to work .
          It must be stopped

      • 91
        Geordieboy says:

        Sure, but the law does fuck all about it.

    • 20
      Anon says:

      I willing to bet your botty has seen some red light traffic 8illy.

    • 70
      Sir-Bernard-Hogan-Howe says:

      Obviously we need a judge lead enquiry and the the whole to be interviewed under caution

    • 83
      Dougie says:

      Just makes him like any other London cyclist – and people accuse him of being out of touch!

  4. 4
    nickleaton says:

    What a knob head.

    He should know that helmets are for heads

  5. 5
    Muchacho colombiano says:

    Colombian, not Columbian.

  6. 6
    Hugh Janus says:

    What a useless helmet!

  7. 7
    genghiz the kahn says:

    Bit of a difference between this and passing a speed camera on the A12…at least Sam Cam can’t take the rap.

  8. 8
    Ted Kennedy says:

    Those pictures are evidence of nothing, the lights may have been green when he passed them

    • 16
      Hugh Janus says:

      In which case he could not have been doing more than about 00000.1 mph when the photo was taken – not easy on a bike.

      • 22
        Anonymous says:

        Imagine if he’d been doing 00000000000.1mph, that’s even slower! (Sheesh, come on, at least get the basic idea of numbers right…)

        • 24
          Hugh Janus says:

          Perhaps .00000000001 mph would suffice?

        • 26
          Bill Clinton says:

          Gentleman, if I may interrupt, I think you’ll find it depends on what the meaning of the word ‘green’ is. You see ‘green’ and ‘red’ are just waves on a spectrum of light and it is entirely possible that the photographs indeed show the lights on green.

          • Hugh Janus says:

            If so then someone mounted the bloody thing upside down.

          • Crabwaladr Moonpatch says:

            If the photographer was travelling at about half the speed of light away from the traffic signals, that would shift rest-frame green light into the red part of the spectrum. Doppler, and all that.

  9. 9
    Anonymous says:

    who gives a shit?

    • 62
      David Cameltoe says:

      I do! I want to ride my bicycle…but then again, this song seems more appropriate to the photos:

  10. 10
    The Stilton Eater says:

    Ask him about Colombia and he snorts with derision.

  11. 11
    Red Ed says:

    There he is going too far, too fast again.

  12. 13
    Cammertime says:

    He looks like he’d be more at home driving that white van in the background.

  13. 14
    A Former Bisexual (not of this parish) says:

    Does anyone know whas happened to that C*nt Huhne?

  14. 18
    Hobo humping Solbo babe says:

    Guido its not like he organised raves or anything.

  15. 23
    John Prescott says:

    If you ask me and I am asking so there this daft t_w_a_t needs to be brought down to earth and learn about real lifes of people who work for a living and get some common sense instead of prancing round like a big suthern jessie on his two wheeled Eton bicyle it’s part of the new agenda that Ed is putting in place with Harriet and Yvette called the Age of Chancers and I’m working on this as part of my contributation to the Party to make it work for choice in partnership with public-private to bring traffic cones out to the streets so that this sort of thing doesn’t happen and poncy toff bicyclers like Cameroon will have to walk in future but in the end the people will decide which is that is what the Age of Chancers is all about and it was Tony’s vision all along in consultating with Gordon.

  16. 25
    The Sleeper says:

    FFS Fawkes….he could’ve just turned left at those lights…in which case he didn’t break any sodding laws!!

    Haven’t you got better things to post?

  17. 31
    Anonymous says:

    You can see the fledgling bald patch in those photos

  18. 34
    I d on't nee d no doctor says:

    Guido, I once knew someone that knew someone else that smoked a splif. Do you want the details of this so that you can write another story?

    • 68
      It's What You Are That Counts says:

      Depends if he’s the PM of major European state, where this practice is illegal and can carry a prison term?

  19. 37
    Anonymous says:

    Where’s the pic of Cameron and Taffy spit roasting a goat?

  20. 41
    Sponge says:

    The picture is of Guido…or me …or any middle-aged male. Stupid story

  21. 42
    Spencer says:

    Who cares? Going on about this nonsense is what makes politics so unattractive to real people.

  22. 43
    George Gideon Oliver Osborne says:

    LOUISE

  23. 44
    Hogan Logan says:

    Who took the pix? Guy in following vehicle? Who would that be? Plod. Why did he take them? Why are they in the public domain? I think we should be told

  24. 46
    Anonymous says:

  25. 47
    W says:

    Cameron at a rave in 1988

  26. 49
    Sir Mary Flappes says:

    An utter, nay, Bolivian flake.

  27. 51
    The Hunhe goes on says:

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  28. 52
    Terrible But True says:

    Just as the BBC and others have managed to get the notion of ‘truthiness’ to mean, for a limited few, a version of truth that applies only to, and serves only their interests, it seems almost all of both Houses appear to have created ‘Lawliness’, which is like the law, but not when they break it.

    ‘Lawlessness’ is something else entirely, and what they they accuse all others of when throwing the legislative books at them for heinous crimes such as failing to stump up the TVL poll tax or being rude, or ‘ist on twitter.

    Any other way would mean anarchy. And let that be a clear example to us all.

  29. 57
    Anonymous says:

    God bless you my child but if that is the prime Minister then i an the Pope, Why would he be riding through New Cross??

  30. 58
    MayfairMagFan says:

    Typical fucking cyclist. And where’s one of those god-awful bendy busses when you need one?

  31. 61
    jimbo says:

    David Cameron also appears to be following the policies of Richard Coudenhove Kalergi (if you do not know who he is then I suggest that you google him) which are against the People of Europe. Perhaps this is the reason why Dave is so pro EU. Time for him to go folks, make way for UKIP, vote the other wasters out of Parliament altogether.

  32. 63
    Redguard stole my bike says:

    You’re allowed to ride a bike through a red light provided no traffic is coming. It’s not a breach of the law unless you endanger or impede traffic by your actions.

  33. 67
    GavinS says:

    So he’s had a spliff,doesn’t wear a helmet and gone through a red light on his bike.Cool!Now all he needs to do is get an engine in that,spread the wealth around a bit,and we’ll all be fine!

  34. 71
    mraemiller says:

    This is usually the point where Rod King or someone will say something like cyclists are excempt from The Road Traffic Regulation Act, 1984 because it only applies to us evil motorists…

    • 87
      A Different "Rod" King says:

      Seen that video of me, and what happens to “evil motorists”?
      Police don’t take to them very kindly– especially minorities.
      Can’t we all just get along?

  35. 72
    mraemiller says:

    If you listen carefully you can here him calling plod a pleb

  36. 73
    Anonymous says:

    maybe David thought he saw the red lights of amsterdam and was eager to see the lovely ladies lol so he followed the snow trail past the big shiny red light like the little tiny fly he is, do we really care if they legalize or not, we are still getting what we want, i mean would you really want the money you give for your weed to go to the government, make them more rich and useless, f**k it, lets just keep it as it is and give all the money to the criminal underworld, that way in another decade or so they will be even more rich and powerful than the government, then uk and possibly the world will be owned by the mafia, and we can have crack babies robbing people on the street in there hoddies, 10 year olds will carry guns, no jobs cause of no businesses will be running, the whole country will be one big fat slum, then we will be living in a world with no law, no police, no army, nothing, cause they too are people and it will effect them also, there children, mothers, fathers, siblings, in forty years look what prohbition has done to the world, so much pain, imagine another forty years……..we will be living in hell, either that or commiting suicide just to escape it, well done UK govenment, you have to be the best in the world, amazing, one more thing to add, if the rest of the world is legalizing and controling, and we in the UK are the ones that don’t, then understand that you have left an open market for all the crimanal gangs in the world to come and set up shop here, not only will they come, but because we are one of the minority countries,they will come from all over the world to take over the cannabis industry but at the same time they will also be at war with eachother to gain control of it all, then not even the police will have any power nor will the army, these people have no fear, they do not think like you government, they would kill their own brother if they wanted to, no morals, no love, or feeling sorry, nothing, Uk better think about this and get with the program of other European countries or we will all be screwed.

  37. 74
    stewartedwards says:

    In the UK the Terrorism Act 2000 defines terrorism as:
    The use or threat of action designed to influence the government or an international governmental organisation or to intimidate the public, or a section of the public (disabled possibly?); made for the purposes of advancing a political (well it is most definately political!), religious, racial or ideological cause; and it involves or causes:
    • serious violence against a person; (riots possibly?)
    • serious damage to a property; (riots possibly?)
    • a threat to a person’s life; (disabled possibly?)
    • a serious risk to the health and safety of the public; or (disabled possibly?)
    • serious interference with or disruption to an electronic system.

  38. 81
    fitzfitz says:

    … the point about cycling in London is that you just sail through red lights, especially in the City … swift, silent, serene …

  39. 82
    Gaston says:

    I propose the appointment of a Royal Commission.

    There. That should do it.

  40. 84

    Since when was going through a red light and smoking Cannabis illegal?

  41. 85
    Peter says:

    This was D C breaking the law not the P M

  42. 86
    Keen nose says:

    Cameron has yet to hand over them emails between him and Rebekah Brooks.

    “I suppose sooner or later in the life of everyone comes a moment of trial. We all of us have our particular devil who rides us and torments us, and we must give battle in the end.”

    ― Daphne du Maurier, Rebecca

  43. 88
    Disappointed in Guido, sorry, but there it is.... says:

    Photoshopped.

    If you look at the top dead centre of the middle image and then the right hand image you can see how there is an amazing example of an aerial above the roof that is present in the right hand image, but completely absent in the left hand image. Plus a two foot break in the string of lights in the middle image as it crosses the road and where the aerial should be.

    Pretty clear that someone has, with very considerable skill, stitched a differently timed left hand half of the image with red light showing onto an earlier or differently timed right hand image with cyclist.

    Plus which there’s nothing whatsoever to confirm that the sad be-shorted middle aged cyclist is our Dave in any event. Not saying its not him, but its pretty easy to stage some balding middle aged bloke riding away from camera….

    Bit sad that you should fall for such an obvious one Guido, I thought better of your skills, particularly as a long time supporter of your efforts.

    However the pathetic attempt to tack on a long dead cannabis + Colombian marching powder controversy non-starter for 10 in addition is really a bit McBride-sad isn’t it ?

    You know full well that neither allegation has the legs to even get started without evidence to hand. If you had such evidence then no-one on this earth will believe you wouldn’t immediately publish it. And good luck to you if you do.

    But if you don’t then innuendo and smear won’t do old chap, won’t do, won’t do.

    Plus which you are on record as a supporter of recreational drugs up to and past the Colombian as I understood your proudly proclaimed history ?

    I thought you were the enemy of hypocrisy, not its propogator.

    Disappointed in you old chap, very.

  44. 89
    mraemiller says:

    I believe crashing a red light is actually a £30 fine.

    Since we haven’t heard about this …maybe he gave it to Samantha?


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What’s he been doing FFS, mining bitcoins?


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