January 15th, 2013

Shinners Show Up

Tory MPs are spluttering into their afternoon tea over this:

Dear Colleague,

Reminder:

Sinn Fein Briefing meeting for Members
Michelle Gildernew MP, 12.30pm, Room T, Portcullis House, Wednesday 16 January

I am writing to remind you of the invitation to attend invite tomorrow’s briefing with Sinn Fein MP Michelle Gildernew next Wednesday, 16 January. The meeting will be an opportunity to discuss the current political situation and in particular concern over the ongoing violence and protest in the north.

Many thanks to those who have already responded. If you are unable to attend but would like to send a member of staff to represent you, they would be most welcome.

If have any queries, please contact me on 07XXX XXXXXXX.

We very much hope to see you.

Best wishes,

Jayne fisher
Sinn Fein MPs

Despite refusing to be MPs they’re happy to use Parliament’s facilities to grandstand then…


53 Comments

  1. 1
    F5 Key says:

    Help me

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    • 12
      Kebab Time says:

      Sorry would have been here sooner, but I used too much lube and my hand slipped of the end.

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    • 46
      grubby bitch says:

      I hope some attend and ask her if her colleague Alex Maskey was right to be saying that he would be throwing stones and bottles at the Protestants from Short Strand.

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      • 53
        Last time Oliver tried horse, he was shagging 'is misses says:

        that SE tory english misinformation, once again, me do thinks.

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  2. 2
    JabbaTheCat says:

    The Irish scum are also happy to take their money, and like McMental not appear….

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  3. 3
    None of the above says:

    Typical flag waving exercise.

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  4. 4
    Mick Hannigan says:

    Jaw jaw better than war war.

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  5. 5
    anonymous says:

    I would like to use Parliaments facilities too, particularly the bar & its prices, the second home and the right to claim mental instability when the going gets tough. Oh, perhaps the missus can claim my speeding points as well.

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  6. 6
    Max Biaggi says:

    Happy to trouser the cash and expenses too, natch.

    Gordon Brown could learn from these.

    Tiocfaidh ár lá.

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  7. 7
    Bumptious Bercow says:

    Noooooo…

    All my audience will desert me after PMQs.

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  8. 8
    IT WILL BE BLEAK IN SUNDERLAND IN 2013 WITH ONLY ONE FOOD BANK AND THREE USELESS LABOUR MPS says:

    Take the names of MPS who turn up and distribute to their constituents.

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    • 20
      Matilda (you know the rest) says:

      Good idea – just like mine to you of a couple of threads back about your famous footy club (which I suspect you did not see).

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      • 41
        IT WILL BE BLEAK IN SUNDERLAND IN 2013 WITH ONLY ONE FOOD BANK AND THREE USELESS LABOUR MPS says:

        I did and replied

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        • 52
          Matilda (humming Strangers in the Night) says:

          Catching up, so just seen it. Thanks. It is a long time since I last visited Sunderland, so things may have deteriorated somewhat in the intervening years. You could try using a large coloured font and and piccy or two to attract their attention…?

          I thought I was the only night owl on here, so nice to know I was not just talking to myself.

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  10. 11
    Loopy Lou says:

    More likely to get a resolution by ignoring them or speaking to them ?

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  11. 13
    Comrade says:

    Well, at least it said colleague and not comrade, like last time.

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  12. 16
    Eric Pickles says:

    Can anyone else smell marzipan?

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  13. 19
    3Para says:

    No surrender. Ever.

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  14. 21
    Matilda (you know the rest) says:

    Oh no, not another Black Wednesday!

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  15. 22
    Concerned Voter says:

    Where do Sinn Fein stand on the issue of gay marriage ?

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  16. 23
    Jokeline says:

    The Queen and the Pope are in Wembley stadium 50k CoFE and 50k RC

    Pope “I bet I can get half the crowd cheering by waving both hands”, Queen “Go on then”. Pope waves hands and all the RC start cheering.

    Queen “I bet I can get half the crowd cheering by waving one hand”, Pope “Go on then”. Queen waves one hand and all the CoFE start cheering.

    Pope thinks ‘smart arse hey’ “OK I bet I can make the whole crowd start fighting woth just one nod of my head”

    Queen says “Go on then” , so pope nuts her.

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  17. 24
    old SHEP says:

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    • 30
      papal Beast says:

      At least it did’nt say
      Hard working families
      Fairness,
      within the rules or we are all in this together

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  18. 26
    keredybretsa says:

    Begorrah Oive bin called to the Bar!

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  19. 27
    papal Beast says:

    I predict that the meeting will bomb
    R eal patriots will stay away
    A nd that the bitch claims for first class travel

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  20. 34
    s.s. says:

    Gildrew, Fisher, Adams, Mcguinnes, rope + lamp post= happiness,

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  21. 38
    Lord Mountbatten says:

    Sinn Fein – mass murderers in suits.

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  22. 39
    HenryV says:

    Wasn’t Gerry Adams at one time receiving something like 4 salaries for being a member of various assemblies on both sides of the UK/Eire borde?

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  23. 40
    Get a Grip says:

    Don’t be mean to Michelle, she only has a majority of 4. I guarantee she is stll in a job because of the ancient and dishonourable Irish art of personation.

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    • 49
      hypocrisy is us says:

      Keep a close eye on the fat cow. She has a claim in against the Irish Parliament for tripping and injuring herself.

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  24. 42
    robbie says:

    Just glad they’re over here talking rather than trying to blow the place up- you’d know about that though wouldn’t you?

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  25. 45
    Jim Hacker the blagger says:

    Invited meeting in H o’ C – shows things have moved on, thank fuck.

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  26. 47
    Gerry Adams says:

    She’s coming to apologise for murdering Airey Neave, Ian Gow, 300 police officers and thousands of ordinary Ulster men and women.

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  27. 50
    Dreary Steeples says:

    The next thing you know, they will be taking their seats.

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