January 22nd, 2013

Huhne Update: Hearing Resumes Tomorrow 10:30

The Crown Court at Southwark
Daily List for Wednesday 23 January 2013
Court 3 – sitting at 10:30 AM

BEFORE THE HONOURABLE MR JUSTICE SWEENEY (2)
For Mention
T20127076
HUHNE Christopher
PRYCE Vasiliki

Order made under Contempt of Court Act 1981

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293 Comments

  1. 1
    Moussa Koussa Mark 5 says:

    YAWN !!!!!

    Wrap up warm Guido, it’s a bit of a wind tunnel “”Outside”” that building, and it will still be very cold at 08:00am. You can bring your Tranny to listen to the speech…and I don’t mean Dale.

    Speech LIVE on Radio 5 and Radio 4 tomorrow

    Radio One and Capitals listening figures will double between 8-9

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        A criminal wot know about these things says:

        10:30 is trial time – applications are usually listed at 10:00

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        • 119
          Spacker Brown says:

          Gas first, ask questions later.

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          Rage Against the Political Elite says:

          I dont think a Jury is ever going to find a Politician NOT GUILTY.. After they have fu-ked up the economy.. fu-ked up the country.. Destroyed our futures and Stolen our pension.. What was it that C-nt Bliar said.. Education,, Education,, Education,, Did that really mean.. Brain Wash,, Brain Wash,, Brain Wash..
          ROLLS ROYCE paying off.. Yes thats the Highly skilled jobs.. Paying off the military.. NO Sign of a reduction in the Chiefs wages or Pay offs higher up in the Public Sector.. Only get rid of the Indians.. The Scam Political Class hanging on till the Death..

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        • 125
          bigboy says:

          It is listed for mention not for trial. I guess the legal arguments are ongoing. Press restrictions are lifted in the majority of cases when a trial begins unless there is another related trial to follow

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    • 11
      SAS SNOTTY!!! says:

      Always on about gays and trannys Moussa. Why don’t you just come out and try and live a normal life.

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    • 12
      Anonymous says:

      It will a problem for Clegg what ever happens. If he is out he will wanted to be LD leader. If he put in, there will be a byelection where LD will lose and people will call for a new leader. It looks like a lose lose for Clegg.

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      • 32
        Sheffield says:

        You Don’t Say

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      • 45
        Archer Karcher says:

        A nice lucrative tour as an EU Kommissar awaits Cleggy. Sheffield is very small beer indeed, for such a well connected Dutchman as Herr Clegg.

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      • 123
        Anonymous says:

        Can Nigel Farage win the by election against Vasiliki Pryce and will both Tories and Labour lose their deposits?

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          Hope so: Does this sound familiar ? And UKIP are against it... says:

          ‘International communism would entirely do away with all national and racial qualities which are founded in human nature itself;… Accordingly it exploits this through an extensive and carefully organised and brutal system of action, setting aside personal values and sacrificing the individual to a hollow mass-idol that is only a travesty of actual life itself. At the same time it ignores and destroys all the idealistic and higher strivings of men and nations through its own crass and empty materialist principals.’

          ‘Bolshevism is explicitly determined on bringing about a revolution among all the nations. In its own essence it has an aggressive and international tendency… Bolshevism, which is in reality an attack on the world of the spirit, pretends to be intellectual itself.’

          ‘The fact that, in order to carry out its aims, Bolshevism uses propagandist methods which are perceptible only by those which have experience in such things and are entirely accepted in good faith by the average citizen makes this Terror International extraordinarily dangerous for other states and peoples. This propaganda starts out from the principle that the end sanctifies the means, that lies and slander, the terrorising of the individual and of the mass, robbery and burnings and strikes and insurrection, espionage and sabotage of armies can and ought to be made use of, and therewith that the aim of revolutionising the whole world must be specially and solely kept in view.’

          – Dr Joseph Goebells / Communism with the mask off – 1935

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      • 166
        Blowing Whistles says:

        I am truly flattered by the comment anony. Seeing as I wrote a better version yesteday – Imitation is the best form of flattery. But hey! glad that you acknowledged my piece of yesterday …..

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    • 283
      Badger. Killer from Ford open prison says:

      Put your butt plug in Huhne, I’m waiting.

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  2. 2
    bald old git says:

    Are you allowed to say this much? Can we infer that there was a hearing, that it proceeded and that it was not completed?

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  3. 3
    When I was a lad I served a term as office boy to an attorney's firm... says:

    Do we know what happened to Mr Justice Sweeney (1)?

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      Hon Mr Justice Sweeney says:

      Go polish up your handle, arsehole.
      Don’t piss me off, I haven’t had my dinner yet!

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  4. 5
    █████ Watch says:

    ████ !

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  5. 9
    LegalBeagle says:

    at least this is keeping a few more hard pressed, hard working legal teams in cigars through this cold snap of a winter…

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  6. 13
    Owen Jones says:

    Rolls-Royce is to close its UK defence operations in Ansty, near Coventry.

    The union Unite has blamed government defence cuts for the closure, which will mean 378 job losses.

    The future of the company’s Ansty factory, with employs an estimated 800 people, is now uncertain.

    Unite national officer for aerospace and shipbuilding, Ian Waddell, said: “The underlying reason for the job losses is the Conservative led coalition’s defence spending cuts,which are too fast,and going too far”

    Prime Minister David Cameron has yet to comment,as he is busy drafting a speech with his flagship policy of legalising same sex marriage.

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    • 18
      UK Watch says:

      The factory’s may need to close down due to the total abortion that is UK energy policy.

      Gay marriage should definitely be shelved now.

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    • 20
      BOOOORING !!! says:

      BOOOOOOOORING !!!!!!!!!

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    • 23
      Zoom says:

      Jessops closed last week with 1400 jobs gone. Should HMG put in an order to buy special cameras to keep them open? And a boxset of Downton Abbey for every household to keep HMV afloat?

      If RR can’t sell its gear, then tough tits. The MOD is THREE times over budget because it kept overpaying for expensive kit we could for half the price elsewhere.

      Brownian economics is dead. Bad news lefty the real world has arrived and its not as cuddly as the bubble.

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      • 34
        Brit in total desperation says:

        Not to mention, while under the Labour regime, order the replacing of the Nimrods with some old hacked about US aircraft that apparently can’t be fuelled in mid air so only have a 12 hour range. Whither the Falklands…

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    • 63
      Sir William Waad says:

      Disappointment on the Left that the UK is to make fewer instruments of death and maiming.

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      Maqboul says:

      They will be skilled workers for which there are plenty of jobs elsewhere. The jobs will simply move and 378 lucky bastards will have the good fortune to leave that shithole Coventry.

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      doles royce says:

      badum tish try the veal i’m here all week i wouldn’t say my mother-in-law was fat but…

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  7. 15
    every huhne has his price says:

    How many other motorists would have been able to contest the charges of speeding, perjury and perverting the course of justice.

    Huhne must be very keen to keep some lawyers in work for some reason.

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    • 72
      Lol says:

      Ahhh. Maybe they couldn’t produce the calibration certificate for the speed camera in question.

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    • 194
      George Carmen QC (deceased) says:

      The crime is not now simple speeding…but perverting the course of justice, something which is much more serious and could be a catastrophic stain of ones character. Especially if they crave high public office.

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        T. P. Fuller says:

        Seems to me the principal crime is being C. Huhne; no trial needed, just a quick glim at his passport and into the pit wiv ‘im. As for the Mrs, she gets up my nose with her pro-EU shite so tip her in after ‘im.

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  8. 16
    pissed off voter says:

    locked the malt away for another day :(

    Occurrs to me that in the highly unlikely event that he is let off, all this injunction secrecy nonsense will provoke much public displeasure.

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  9. 17
    ██████ Hoon says:

    ██████ ███ ███████ ████████ █████

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  10. 21
    Chris Huhne says:

    It’s great being a state secret.

    Did I mention that I am still being paid?

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  11. 25
    Anonymous says:

    Comments which fail to praise Mr Huhne may be deleted!! Hilarious last line here

    http://www.eastleighnews.co.uk/2013/01/huhne-perversion-trial-starts-today/

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  12. 27
    Universal Hiss says:

    How very stupid.

    Me leading friends however have made a stupid amount of money.

    It’s also cost me the stupid taxpayer even more.

    Why has this taken so long? Why is it black? WTF is going on?

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    Mr Speaker, Will the honourable member for order-order.com list his engagements for tomorrow?

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    • 47
      Twat Watch says:

      Twat spotted at comment 28

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      • 58
        Universal Hiss says:

        Dick watch at 46?

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        • 77
          8illy Kebab says:

          to be fair to Twat Watch, the comment from Schrödinger’s cat carried a high degree of twatishness, and almost 8illy-esque in its arselicking.

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          • Mossey Kupcake no 7097 says:

            “Asperger Syndrome is a disorder on the autism spectrum. It is characterized by social interaction and communication difficulties, along with repetitive behavioural patterns. According to the National Autistic Society, people with the syndrome “find it more difficult to communicate and interact with others which can lead to high levels of anxiety and confusion”.

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          • 8illy Kebab says:

            Universal Hiss is 8illy and I claim my five pounds

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          • Diaphaneity Mark says:

            You are not very experienced in reading between the lines.

            Are you?

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          • Sir William says:

            Asperger Syndrome as recently been de-recognised as a psychological condition. It was never much more than a stick with which to beat shy, thoughtful people.

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      • 79
        SAS SNOTTY!!! says:

        The Asperger kid been monicker stealing again?

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    • 53
      Landlord says:

      Meetings with administers in the Westminster Arms.

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    • 222
      Blowing Whistles says:

      Mr Speaker will the honourable (and still a member) C uggh.uhne be going down any day now…?

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  14. 30
    Loopy Lou LLB (Hons) says:

    You can commit a criminal act without being in contempt .

    Where the jailers asked to stay for the hearing ?

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      Confused dot com says:

      Is there a jury or just a judge?

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        rebekah aka nellnewman says:

        They’re not allowed to say.

        You can just imagine British Justice according one of us all of this consideration for a speeding offence can’t you?

        I just wonder what is it that he’s hiding ?!

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          It is just possible that we may not be allowed to use the following words either:

          Southwark
          Crown
          Court
          The Pryce is Right
          Car
          Points
          M11
          Doc Martens
          Briscoe

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          • The Cat is a Pseudo-Intellectual Twat says:

            Nor should the danger of bending over in the shower be discussed

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          • old SHEP says:

            What about; Unprincipled, Liar, Scoundrel, Cheat, Adulterer,Thief, Time- waster… just picking a few words at random from Samuel Johnsons English dictionary you understand :-)

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          • @The Cat is a Pseudo-Intellectual Twat

            TWAT = The War On Terror. It will get to you soon, hopefully :-)

            @old SHEP

            Perfectly. …a self-confessed player of the pink oboe? :-D

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          • Blowing Whistles says:

            Can I mention dodgy climate change f-wit placeman trying to sell the public a big effing myth which the vast majority of the public have rumbled as nothing more than a taxing ruse designed to make some elite richies across the political spectrum very rich – besides charlie and his Crooked Croon Estate?

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    old SHEP says:

    LOL, Monty Python sketch:

    The Crown Court at Southwark
    Daily List for Wednesday 23 January 2013
    Court 3 – sitting at 10:00 AM

    The Crown Court at Southwark
    Daily List for Wednesday 23 January 2014
    Court 3 – sitting at 10:00 AM

    The Crown Court at Southwark
    Daily List for Wednesday 23 January 2015
    Court 3 – sitting at 10:00 AM
    the Crown Court at Southwark

    Daily List for Wednesday 23 January 2016
    Daily List for Wednesday 23 January 2017

    Court 3 – sitting at 10:00 AM 22 thousand and…………. Oh fuck it!

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  16. 37
    The Great Huhnedini says:

    You ain’t seen me, Right!

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      Typical Comic Cockney Lowlife Character in a 1930's Film says:

      Right you are if you say so, guv, a nod’s as good as a wink, said a blind man to his deaf daughter…

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  17. 40
    Anonymous says:

    May I remind you that ALL the recent MPs expense trials were held in open courts as was the trials of Archer and Aitken as well as Thorpe. Why is this one different ?

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      rebekah aka nellnewman says:

      Well this man is worth £millions so sadly he has been able to pay press and courts (gag if you will) to not report his actions. Not exactly the standard of behaviour we should be expecting from our mp’s is it?

      Obviously there is something he wants covered up – why else is he keeping stuff so private?

      Hopefully when it is all over the court will release it’s records to show what went on.

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      • 92
        Anonymous says:

        Are you serious? He has paid to cover this up? That went well then?

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        • 110
          Universal Hiss says:

          It has. Have you not noticed the blanks?

          The real stuff will happen shortly. It’s easy to give a nudge & a wink before trail,nearly there trail,almost not trail,perhaps trail,oops apostrophe in the wrong place,travesty of justice trail.

          He will get off. It will all fold in a heap behind closed doors because he can afford it.He’s bought it.

          Spits.

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    Confused dot com says:

    What about a few photos of them entering court. Are they haram too?

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    • 56
      old SHEP says:

      Somebody has obviously put the frighteners on big time, Could it be by a Liberal Democrat by any chance?.

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  19. 46
    Eastleigh News says:

    Eastleigh’s high profile MP Chris Huh?e is on trial today along with his former wife Vasiliki ‘Vicky’ Pr?ce on charges of perverting the course of justice in relation to a 2003 speeding conviction.

    The legal match kicked off at 12.00 noon and is being refereed by the Hon. Mr Justice Sweeney.

    Mr Huh?e will be defended by John Kelsey-Fry, a very expensive ‘premier league’ lawyer who last year helped to clear former Saints manager Harry Rednapp of tax evasion charges and has also previously represented England footballer Steven Gerrard (this is where all the footie references are coming from).

    Our MP’s former spouse has hired Clare “Two Brains” Montgomery to lead her team and the prosecution is headed by Andrew Edis QC – a barrister described as ‘formidable’ by the London Evening Standard.

    The trial which is expected to last a week has been delayed and adjourned several times. It is understood Mr Huh?e’s team had mounted an unsuccessful legal challenge to dismiss the prosecution –Mr Huh?e has always strongly protested his innocence.

    The pre- trial hearings were conducted under a gagging order to prevent press reporting on them as is the case for the trial starting today.

    The most common reason for reporting restrictions are cases where it is accepted that the publication of details would be likely to jeopardise the defendant’s right to a fair trial.

    Although Eastleigh News is in contact with someone attending the trial, we would be committing a criminal offence if we published any details.

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  20. 51
    How come Dave has not mentioned this? says:

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  21. 54
    Judge Jeffreys says:

    Christopher Murray Paul-Huhne, you will be taken hence to the prison in which you were last confined and from there to a place of execution where you will be hanged by the neck until you are dead and thereafter your body buried within the precincts of the prison and may the Lord have mercy upon your soul.

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  22. 55
    Hypnotise my arsehole and heal my piles. says:

    Throw them in the jail and throw away the key.

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  23. 66
    Ah! Monika 2013 +1 says:

    Southwark Crown Court is within a few yards of HMS Belfast.

    They couldn’t miss.

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  24. 68
    keredybretsa says:

    Oh! How boresome it all is!

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  25. 69
    Bert Jalland says:

    Normally when a Judge reserves a matter to himself it means he is not a happy bunny.

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  26. 70
    The EU Commission says:

    Coming Soon:

    Binding voluntary guidelines for Comedians, Jokesmiths, Pranksters and Allied Trades under the Humour (Content and Presentation) diktat E1984/101;

    Regulations govering acceptable gestures by footballers and football managers;

    The Snowperson (Representations of Tobacco Consumption) Order 2013; and

    The European Accord on Depleasurisation.

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    • 234
      not a machine says:

      I have to admit the discovery of EU media councils and er EU media standards Makes Daily politics round 1 and 2 on press freedom , more than just a bit of little dust up .

      One wonders what the EU content moderator would be enforcing ??
      weekday
      1) 7pm … the Euro show , … a round up of commisioners do good works of the week across the continent , to close every night with Van Rumpouy in a nice leather chair by the fireside , with a smile “all may join but none may leave ”

      2) 8pm Euro spurt … lobbyiests are given 200eu and then let lose in the MEPs office building and have to find which MEP can get 1mn eu , signed off by a commisoner , for the most ludicrous idea .

      3) 9pm cops and spenders , erstwhile indpendent man of justice and detective Hans in ze till sets out on yet another difficult case of ensuring a large economy is bust and grovelling on its knees , to take up euro bonds.

      4) 10pm Euro news …. incisive journalism of the highest quality , showing socialist MEPs handing euros out whilst exposeing the corrupt owners of business that do not have lobbiests as traitors being bungled in vans and sent to be interns at brussels until they know there place .

      5) thursdays only , (was question time ) Praise on Thursday , philosphocial politcal show , in which there is one opinion and they talk about it for an hour .
      This week to be replaced with new arch interrgator Ernst Stavros Bloefeld , who talks about the weather , good beer , nice pastries and blowing the mountain horn

      mmm Sir Mervyn King , I would think he has very good point re inflation targeting , to get the sort of balanced growth debt crisis countries are trying to find. the sheer number of people with no income , sort of points to the possible problem of not targeting .

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      • 240
        EU Watch says:

        For sure they would not let anyone publish any unsavory allegations of criminal wrongdoing or incompetence by those in the EU Parliament.

        In fact, such criticisms may be met by issuance of a state protection order for the accused and their family, which may result in those protected being burned alive in the forecourt of a local police station as a warning to others.

        Twins may be spared for research purposes.

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  27. 74
    Huhne is Gagging for it. says:

    Huhne perversion trial starts today

    Mr Huhne will be defended by John Kelsey-Fry, a very expensive ‘premier league’ lawyer who last year helped to clear former Saints manager Harry Redknapp of tax evasion charges and has also previously represented England footballer Steven Gerrard (this is where all the footie references are coming from).

    Our MP’s former spouse has hired Clare “Two Brains” Montgomery to lead her team and the prosecution is headed by Andrew Edis QC – a barrister described as ‘formidable’ by the London Evening Standard.

    The trial which is expected to last a week has been delayed and adjourned several times. It is understood Mr Huhne’s team had mounted an unsuccessful legal challenge to dismiss the prosecution –Mr Huhne has always strongly protested his innocence.

    The pre- trial hearings were conducted under a gagging order to prevent press reporting on them as is the case for the trial starting today.

    The most common reason for reporting restrictions are cases where it is accepted that the publication of details would be likely to jeopardise the defendant’s right to a fair trial.

    Although Eastleigh News is in contact with someone attending the trial, we would be committing a criminal offence if we published any details.

    Ironically during the 2010 General Election campaign, millionaire landlord Mr Huhne – himself a former journalist – told Eastleigh’s voters that having a high media profile made him a more effective MP – an irony not lost on the local opposition parties who will be watching the trial with interest as a guilty verdict is expected to trigger Lib Dem Huhne’s resignation and a by-election in this marginal seat.

    Polite note to comment posters:

    If you are aware of what is happening in court – please don’t post it here. Also please don’t post anything libelous, defamatory or anything remotely likely to prejudice the trial.

    Comments which fail to praise Mr Huhne may be deleted!!

    http://www.eastleighnews.co.uk/2013/01/huhne-perversion-trial-starts-today/

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  28. 95
    (I don't need no doctor) says:

    If the case is found in favour of Huhne, imagine how much more unbearable he will become.

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    • 208
      T. P. Fuller says:

      Sorry, I can’t. The unbearable is absolute and not subject to any change in magnitude. Leaving aside the pedantry, his unbearableness can’t get any worse.

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    When I was a lad we used real plates says:

    Eating hot food off plastic plates can increase the risk of kidney stones

    Taiwanese researchers have found that eating hot or acidic meals off melamine crockery may raise the risk of the painful condition.

    Just as well our children don’t use melamine in schools hospitals and many Asian homes

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    • 274
      Extremely ancient seafarer says:

      That’s amazing! How come these researchers missed the connection to ingrowing toenails on one’s left foot?

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  31. 113
    █████ Watch says:

    So does anyone have any idea who UKIP may be fielding for Eastleigh in the unfortunate event of guilty verdict and resignation ?

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  32. 122
    Met watch says:

    Police investigating people harassing passers-by in east London, arrest two men.

    The start of a fightback

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      • 231
        Libertarian says:

        As much as one tries, so far one is in agreement with the principal behind and actions the ‘Muzzie Patrol’ are taking.

        The reaction of the broader population should be to take note and address its own moral shortcomings. Until that happens, even police intervention will not stop what is happening here as the state will undoubtedly create martyrs and stimulate stronger interventions.

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        • 248
          Anonymous says:

          “224 Libertarian says:
          January 22, 2013 at 10:30 pm
          As much as one tries, so far one is in agreement with the principal behind and actions the ‘Muzzie Patrol’ are taking.”

          Then how can you use the moniker of “Libertarian”?

          You are eithe “in” or “out”…you cannot pick and choose the aspects of libertarianism that just suit you. Surely?

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          • Libertarian says:

            Am referring to the notion of a moral value system.

            The muzzie patrol are attempting to enforce theirs, but are so far not causing any real harm. Their reaction to the denial imposed by liberals on their value system should be expressed in this way.

            This is commendable.

            Libertarian thinking is not about in or out, it is a little more complex. One key aspect which is non negotiable is: Do no harm.

            One distinction between liberalism and libertarianism which has been horribly confused is the aspect of moral consequence of actions, and accepting responsibility for actions.

            In this case the denial of the moral value system of the muzzies by amoral liberals is a greater harm than the steps taken by the muzzies to enforce their system.

            Those on both sides who transgress and cause harm should take responsibility for their actions. The harm inflicted by muzzies will likely be obvious in the form of an assault, but the greater harm inflicted on them remains hidden until recognized.

            If those the muzzies were targeting were not behaving in an amoral fashion then the arguments against the muzzie patrol would be much stronger and action could be legitimately taken.

            A determination of right or wrong based on prejudicial perception is not a good starting point for responding to the actions as it will strengthen the muzzies case and likely lead to an escalation of their actions.

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  33. 127
    The only good muslim is a dead one says:

    Police have arrested two muzee c-unts over the muslim patrols attacks. Now, the interesting thing is that the left have been deafiningly silent over the muslim patrols. I have a feeling some of them will pipe up, now that two of their muslims friends have been arrested.

    A 22-year-old man was arrested in the Acton area of west London on Sunday and a 19-year-old man was arrested after appearing at an east London police station on Monday. The pair were arrested on suspicion of causing grievous bodily harm and public order offences and have been bailed to return to an east London police station in February and March pending further inquiries.

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    • 129
      Machiavelli says:

      Would be amusing if Labour activists become implicated in these, wouldn’t it ?

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      • 131
        The only good muslim is a dead one says:

        And funny how so many B–n–P voters are found to be former Labour voters.

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        • 246
          Party Watch says:

          Never bothered to look at them that closely, but the B-N-P always struck me as being more far left than far right. So it probably isn’t that surprising.

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  34. 132
    The only good muslim is a dead one says:

    Can’t wait to see Zero Dark Thirty. I love watching muzees being killed.

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    • 181
      US Watch says:

      That film is more about torture than killing. Watch with care, as those techniques could be turned against anyone if they become socially acceptable.

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    • 204
      Jaded Jean says:

      “The only good muslim is a dead one says:

      January 22, 2013 at 7:25 pm

      Can’t wait to see Zero Dark Thirty. I love watching muzees being killed.”

      You are either a puerile circumcised one or what they cleverly deceive and enlist as a “useful idiot”.

      Biology determines politics and politics is determined by biology. The feminine brained chosen ones are gentically libertarian, anti establishment, anti government and anti statist (think Austrian/Frankfurt/Chicago School).

      It’s funny how they push secularism for all except for themselves. They love nothing better than watching Christians pitted against Muslims on their behalf…just like a women likes watching males fight over them.

      Think about it.

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  35. 133
    Fuck the NRA says:

    US media have reported a shooting at a college campus in the city of Houston, Texas. More to follow…

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    • 199
      US Watch says:

      Unless Piers Morgan is a victim, it isn’t worth getting concerned about.

      NRA still more popular than MSM. :-D

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      • 201

        Don’t you have that first sentence the wrong way around, Mr Watch?

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        • 218
          US Watch says:

          Perhaps, good point.

          Correction to that first sentence:

          This incident is not worth getting concerned about unless Piers Morgan is a victim. Of course that would be a justifiable homicide, even if eyewitnesses observed the victim running from the shooter screaming ‘mummy mummy help me mummy’.

          On this incident though:

          1 Dead, 2 injured, just a silly altercation between a couple of students. No gang bangers etc. involved.

          Not a massacre and hardly worth reporting on. BBC, CNN, and other loony outlets wetting themselves over it. Gun dealers must be nervous about filling orders for the next round of panic buying.

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  36. 136

    Schroders trader held in insider dealing probe.

    *gulp*

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    • 146
      Universal Hiss says:

      Is it the insider(box?)or the probe that worries you?

      Either way I think you are as free as a huhne.

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      • 170

        It brings tears to my eyes and a lump to my throat!

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        • 178
          Universal Hiss says:

          I can make a musical about that.

          Les Miseraballs.

          Acktually strike that. It could be taken for a rallying cry for the next Labour conference.

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          • Oh I know that one!

            Victor Jugo, wasn’t it… :-)

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          • Universal Hiss says:

            No silly.

            Android Vauge Weger.

            He was the droid in some film. It was black & white & was forrin so was cool.

            Joking apart.I don’t do musical theatre(unless you count Wagner).It’s a bit too hystercial for my taste.

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          • I managed to get to Bayreuth for the first time last year. Wonderful. Never managed to get there before as it was not on the way to anywhere I was going, although it was at least inside the US sector.

            I had tried to go to Eisenach before the fall of communism to pay homage to JS Bach but was turned away by the police because I only had a transit visa. I have now been there three times. Great to be able to visit these places now without hindrance.

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  37. 143
    Huhne Update: Hearing Resumes Tomorrow 10:30? says:

    You’re concentrating on some nobody while The Government pisses our billions up the wall on illegal activities?

    Get a grip, or get out of this game, fatso.

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  38. 148
    UKID says:

    We keep being exhorted here to ‘ vote ukip ‘.

    Why ? It would achieve nothing !

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    • 160
      Ex-Conservative voter (1979-2009) says:

      Yes it would. It’s a symbolic kick in the nuts for Lord Snooty. Voting Conservative, that achieves nothing. Nothing positive, anyway.

      Under Lord Snooty, we’ve got more debt, more immigrants, more suffocating political correctness, more EU control of every aspect of our lives, more countryside disappearing under concrete, more money being pissed-away in foreign aid.

      If you want to f*ck Britain – and by f*ck, I mean shaft it totally, forever – vote Conservative. Or Labour. Makes no difference. But if you don’t want the country f*cked, vote UKIP.

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    • 162
      Ex-Conservative voter (1979-2009) says:

      Yes it would. It will make the Cons change their leader. If nothing else, it’s a symbolic kick in the nuts for Lord Snooty. Voting Conservative, that achieves nothing. Nothing positive, anyway.

      Under Lord Snooty, we’ve got more debt, more immigrants, more suffocating political correctness, more EU control of every aspect of our lives, more countryside disappearing under concrete, more money being pissed-away in foreign aid.

      If you want to f*ck Britain – and by f*ck, I mean shaft it totally, forever – vote Conservative. Or Labour. Makes no difference. But if you don’t want the country f*cked, vote UKIP.

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      • 182
        Universal Hiss says:

        Very good.

        I live in Scotland therefore I have to vote SNP. No UKIP round here.

        So I vote for what I don’t like rather than vote for what I despise.

        Some choice.

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        • 200

          What? You chose to live in Scotland? Glory be!

          I like going there between May and July but could not live there. Most of the good Scots have moved south but so have a great many of the not-so-good ones.

          The Edinburgh mob are all buying properties in Northumberland just in case…

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          • Tachybaptus says:

            From Boswell’s Life of Johnson:
            ‘Mr Ogilvie observed, that Scotland had a great many noble wild prospects [i.e. views]. Johnson: “I believe, Sir, you have a great many. Norway too had noble wild prospects; and Lapland is remarkable for prodigious noble wild prospects. But, Sir, let me tell you, the noblest prospect which a Scotchman ever sees, is the high road that leads him to England!” ‘

            Sad, though, that Brown and others took Johnson’s advice.

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          • Universal Hiss says:

            I adore living in Scotland. I’m English born.

            What’s a good Scot? You really can be a total arsehole at times but you make me laugh.

            I’m going to be buying from the Edinburgh mob shortly.I’m glad they are pissing off south.Edinburgh is vastly overpriced.

            Strangely,the most grumpy people I’ve ever met lived in Northumberland.How can that be, meeting so many people from Wales?

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          • T. P. Fuller says:

            I’m not having that. Certain small, mean-minded Jocks hate the English (because of the Clearances or Culloden or somesuch ancient grievance), but most of them are between nice and delightful. Friendliest and most civilised people I met there were in Wigtown, which makes Hay-on-Wye look like a station bookstall.

            An end to this Jock-bashing, I say!

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          • I am fortunate enough to have the complete 21 volume set of the Isham Private Papers of James Boswell from Malahide Castle on my shelves here. They are such a delight to read and could have been written yesterday.

            He spent the winter after meeting Johnson divided between study of the law and the company of many beautiful and amiable ladies so he did pretty well in my book. :-)

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      • 197
        Anti Libertarian says:

        Sadly…hear, hear!

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        • 220
          Universal Hiss says:

          I like T.P. Fuller.

          God this site is rubbish. Why is there no reply to T.P. but there is to cat & anti so one launches a reply to anyone?

          No sense nonesense.

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          • Universal Hiss says:

            & to reply to me but it’s to cat really.

            I loved travelling to Dunvegan Castle. The Fairy Tower? Boswell wrote something about Johnson being a pain in the arseie as a fairy,sofft,southern catte.

            Something like that.

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          • I post in the wrong places quite frequently and put it down to a senior moment but actually those lines at the side can be quite confusing. If only they were colour coded.

            My view of the Scots is the same as that of the French (unsurprisingly). Love them to bits individually but hate their guts politically. That is a sustainable position for me. I have been just about everywhere in Scotland, including the islands so would not have done that if I was totally indisposed. 27 consecutive years of visits.

            The castles are wonderful. Dunvegan naturally but so many others I have visited. The brochs as well. The tombolo linking St Ninian’s Isle on Mainland in Shetland. I have even swum off the south coast of Harris in 5° water! Now you know I must be mad…

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    • 173
      The wizz says:

      why? Have we tried yet, who knows it would probably make the world of differencr. Your problem is you cannot think outside of your comfort zone!

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      • 242
        Universal Hiss says:

        See to make any sense of that remark one has to trace a little blue line & then at the end of the line can’t remember what the fuck it was about anyway.

        Guido your site is really rubbish. Not the content,except for the Welsh fucker who spews youtube stuff everywhere.

        You must have a few bob spare to spruce your frontage up & get rid of the willy waving welshman.

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        • 265
          Universal Hiss says:

          I did the same cat,well similar.Swimming off the north coast of Skye looking over to Harris in October.The sea was warmer than the air.

          How wonderful that area is in the winter. I get bitten to death by midges so cannot contemplate summer there.

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  39. 149
    IT WILL BE BLEAK IN SUNDERLAND IN 2013 WITH ONLY ONE FOOD BANK AND THREE USELESS LABOUR MPS says:

    Here is some good news reported unredacted.The Norther TUC report that there are 20000 fewer public sector jobs in the NE than there were a year ago and 43000 fewer than in 2010.At least the plan is working in the North East,smaller state equals more prosperous UK.

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      Catty Comment (Ms) says:

      No wonder the welfare budget is going through the roof with all these extra unemployed…

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  40. 152
    IT WILL BE BLEAK IN SUNDERLAND IN 2013 WITH ONLY ONE FOOD BANK AND THREE USELESS LABOUR MPS says:

    Some good news reported unredacted.There are 43000 fewer public sector jobs in the NE than there were in 2010.The plan is working here.

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  41. 159
    Diane Fatbott says:

    For Sale XXXXXXXXXXl dungarees.

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  42. 161
    Outlier says:

    Send the piece of shit to jail, and throw away the key! Prison is – after all – where most of the political class should be.

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  43. 174
    Blowing Whistles says:

    The strapline atop this blog says
    “Leveson is a fundamental threat to the free press”

    Do excuse me Guido – but we don’t have a free press in the first place.

    The biggest lie is the presumption (Dupe upon the public) that we have a free press – we do not. They are suborned kowed and craven under Media laws / memorandums of understanding / nods and winks…

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  44. 176
    Diane Fartbott says:

    Because you men think of us wimmin as sex objects, from now on only I will be allowed to model swimwear and underwear.

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    • 277
      Catty Comment (Ms) says:

      The dictionary definition of ‘model’ is “a smaller version of the real thing”.

      However, I think in this case we may need to review this.

      PS: Has ANYBODY on here ever once imagined seeing this person in her undies?

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  45. 183
    Jon Boy says:

    http://www.abc27.com/story/19128618/man-charged-with-attempted-homicide-at-adult-club

    World traveller. Police said Hoon’s driving license had been suspended for DUI and he was classified as a habitual offender.

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  46. 187
    Diane Fartbott says:

    I think ITV should do a show about women with really smelly vaginas to rival 4’s The Undateables they could call it The Unplateables

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  47. 189
    on a brighter note says:

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-21144769

    does anybody the “santa claus machine” idea from the 60’s ?
    you make a machine that can make itself. send it to an asteroid and let it beaver away then you tell them to make something else. loads of free stuff! cool man.

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    • 190
      on a brighter note says:

      does anybody > remember the

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    • 209
      The BBC causes serious mental illness says:

      If that doesn’t work, perhaps the Beeb could send some of their nonces out to an asteroid to fiddle the resources out. On the propaganda front all they would need to tell those who are to go is that there is a secret off world kindergarten stocked with totty from Rotherham which is ready and waiting.

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      • 263
        on a brighter note says:

        I suppose it would be possible to build in pleasure sensors in these Santa machines to encourage mating

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  48. 210
    Prince Harry says:

    I like killing muzzies….ha, ha, ha.

    I fucking hate the press though, those fuckers killed my mother.

    I should be allowed to play naked snooker with any slag I like in privates with my privates hanging out. The rules don’t apply to me…though I let my family down by being caught…shit happens I suppose.

    I’m just one of the lads doing what I do best…shooting muzzies up!

    I do hope none of the lads (my mates) come cadging for loans and money in the future btw.

    Fuck to the defence cuts I say!

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  49. 211
    Prince H'arry says:

    I like killing muzzies….ha, ha, ha.

    I fucking hate the press though, those fuckers killed my mother.

    I should be allowed to play naked snooker with any slag I like in privates with my privates hanging out. The rules don’t apply to me…though I let my family down by being caught…shit happens I suppose.

    I’m just one of the lads doing what I do best…shooting muzzies up!

    I do hope none of the lads (my mates) come cadging for loans and money in the future btw.

    Fuck to the defence cuts I say!

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  50. 232
    Muslims against Gays says:

    David Cameron is an enemy of the state!

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  51. 238
    Michael Winner says:

    Calm down dears
    I was only a child molesting pornographer

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  52. 241
    Vote UKIP says:

    Ha!…some EU wallah on NN has just stated that the UK could be relegated to the status of Norway and Switzerland in Europe…i.e paying for the EU and having no influence on the EU!

    And look how bad they are doing.

    You can tell when the are lying…beacause their lips are moving.

    And don’t expect the BBC to question them objectively.

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  53. 250
    Saffron says:

    Hoony in MHO will get off.
    The establishment will see to this as is usual in these cases of one law for some and another law for others.
    However I hope I am wrong and the full force of the law applies in his case.
    If you do the crime then do the time,seems fair to me,but we shall see.

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  54. 252
    Only sayin the truth (an ex squaddie) says:

    It’s always easy to spot a total fuckwit commentator on defence of NN when they use the word “kit” to describe equipment.

    You can bet your last arse-fuck dollar that anyone that uses the word “kit” has never probably been anywhere near to any “kit” in their entire sad fucking lives.

    Nuff said.

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  55. 253
    Vicarus says:

    oh the irony of it: a woman so in enchanted with the minor-media sees her best story yet blacked-out.

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  56. 254
    WoRaft says:

    Compare the cover-up for Huhne compared to Stuart Hall whose charges and next appearance date are being run on BBC headlines.

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  57. 255
    on a brighter note says:

    rather than us leaving the EU can’t we have a vote to kick out the French for being smelly and annoying ?

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    • 260
      on an even brighter note says:

      Renegotiation:

      UK stays in, kick out all except the fun countries (PIIGS), absolve PIIGS debt, include Israel and commonwealth, bomb France.

      Or: Get back the old empire and add the nice bits of Europe this time.

      Works for me.

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  58. 257
    Saffron says:

    Gweedo
    Can we get rid of this juvenile asshole Owen Jones who has lately been posting absolute inane drivel on this site.
    The guy is mental and is typical of a snottie nosed liebour tosser,who in fact if he had any grasp at all of the Liebour trashing of this country should be covering himself in sackcloth and ashes.
    I hate snottie nosed children pontificating about what is best for the country,when they are immature.
    Maybe his mum should spank his ass and tell him to eat his cornflakes like a good lad.

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  59. 259
    'Busty' Dave Cooper says:

    Any news on Huhne?

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  60. 268
    EU Watch says:

    ‘There is no longer any political question at issue here. This thing cannot be fudged or estimate by political rules or principles. It is Iniquity under a political mask. It is not something to be brought before the bar of world history but rather something that has to be dealt with by the judicial administration of each country.’
    – Dr Joseph Goebbels

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  61. 279
    Catty Comment (Ms) says:

    WTF does this blog go haywire after about 250 comments? Is it a victim of the Y2K bug?

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  62. 282
    Christopher Paul-Huhne says:

    Thank you for all your good wishes Guidoistes.

    I know that British justice will prevail and that I will be able to persuade my ex-wife to go to chokey instead of me……

    And I look forward to resuming my meteoric political career.
    Davey – you incompetent buffoon – I left clear instructions that al of the British countryside should be festooned with windmills by now. You;ve let me down badly Eddieboy and I will not forget this!

    At the next Lib Dem conference (venue – phone box by the pier, Brighton, courtesy of the Green Party), I will denounce you from the soapbox!

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  63. 284
    It doesn't add up... says:

    I see the Eastleigh News has been silenced.

    404

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  64. 286
    auth0r says:

    Apparently the embargo is designed to ensure that another trial is not prejudiced, that one relating to a friend of Ms Price called Constance Briscoe

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  65. 287
    It doesn't add up... says:

    Apropos of nothing, I look forward to Guido’s tweet remarking on this case:

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2089522/Francis-Bridgeman-millionaire-lawyer-jailed-perverting-course-justice-drink-driving.html

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  66. 288
    GoodOldBritishJustice says:

    so – back again tomorrow everyone?

    The Crown Court at Southwark
    Daily List for Thursday 24 January 2013
    Court 3 – sitting at 10:00 AM
    BEFORE THE HONOURABLE MR JUSTICE SWEENEY (2)
    For Mention
    T20127076
    HUHNE Christopher
    PRYCE Vasiliki
    Order made under Contempt of Court Act 1981

    http://www.courtserve.net/courtlists/current/crown/sthwk_T130124.01.htm

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  67. 291
    Badger. Killer from Ford open prison says:

    The screws are letting us watch the new SWEENEY film tonight! Soooo excited that Huhne is comming here in march. Will he get a postal vote for the by-election?

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Rob Colvile reviews Russell Brand’s new book:

“Oddly, the person I feel sorriest for isn’t Brand himself – although he certainly comes across as a rather pitiable figure, projecting his own brokenness on to the world around him – but Johann Hari. Drummed out of Fleet Street for plagiarism, the former Independent columnist has washed up as “my mate Johann, who’s been doing research for this book”. For a genuinely talented polemicist, it would have been a humbling experience to have to treat this sub-undergraduate dross as the scintillating wisdom of a philosopher-king.”



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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