February 5th, 2013

Pryce on Huhne’s Trimingham: “That Man of Yours”

Vicky Pryce’s trial has begun and furious phone-calls between her and her ex-husband are being played to the jury. One line has got a lot of attention. When hearing from Huhne that he had not broken up with his current lover; his former bi-sexual press officer Carina Trimingham, Pryce responded:

“I am so pleased that you are still with that man of yours.”

Ouch…


135 Comments

  1. 1
    Dunc says:

    This is Y Huhne supports Homo weddings

    • 4

      But did you see Peter Sellers in What’s New Pussycat?

      • 19
        Anonymous says:

        Sometimes the most revealing comments are those that remain unspoken. In 2011, David Cameron boldly announced to the Tory conference that he would legalise same-sex marriage “because I am a Conservative”, saying all relationships deserved support.

        Today, he is nowhere to be seen or heard on the issue. At no point, as the row over gay marriage reached its height in recent days, has Mr Cameron said anything in public about why he supports the reforms. The Bill, which is being debated in the Commons for the first time today, was not discussed at Cabinet. Even the Prime Minister’s official spokesman would not repeat the reasons why the government believes this reform is necessary.

        Mr Cameron will not be on the front bench for the start of the debate and may well not attend at all. He has a “very active day” of meetings and appointments, Downing Street said. But he will vote, we are told.

        So why the silence? Either Mr Cameron has got cold feet and no longer believes in the Bill (in which case, stay tuned for the most sensational U-turn of recent years), or he is desperate to dodge what has become a PR disaster for his party.

        His bold promise at the Conservative conference in Manchester was seen as a potent sign of his determination to show how far the Tory party had changed. As the anger and division have grown ever since, it seems to have had exactly the opposite effect.

        http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/politics/9849573/Gay-marriage-MPs-in-bitter-row-over-same-sex-weddings-live.html

        • 22
          Call me Dave says:

          Like the Pleb gate issue, I like to ‘lie low’ and not get involved.

          Pip pip

        • 46
          T S Eliot says:

          You may seek him in the basement, you may look up in the air
          But I tell you once and once again, Dave Cameron’s not there!

        • 83
          They should have noticed he had his fingers crossed behind his back says:

          According to Peter Bone Conservative MP for Kettering(probably at prompting of “Mrs Bone”)on BBC Daily Politics….Cameron was asked specifically 2 days before 2010 Election whether he had any intention of bringing forward legislation for Gay Marriage and replied that he categorically had not and that his supporters had his “Cast-Iron” Guarantee to that effect…….Peter Bone contend therefore that Cameron has no electoral mandate either in the country or the party for such legislation and that Cameron should hold a referendum on the issue so that public opinion can be properly guaged and not rely on opinion polls…

          • sven says:

            Whilst I agree with Bone on this issue, he did look at fucking mess on the Daily Politics.
            Was he out on the razzle last night?

          • Anonymous says:

            Mr Bone is MP for Wellingborough. Mr Hollobone serves us well

        • 115
          To tired to be angry anymore says:

          You may also find that he is in fact kowtowing to his European masters

          http://www.eureferendum.com/blogview.aspx?blogno=83592

          When he said he wanted to renegotiate our position I didn’t think he meant over a barrel with our trousers around our ankles!

    • 7
      genghiz the kahn says:

      Sumo weddings?

    • 10
      Sidney says:

      Lets cost up what the taxpayer has had to pay for all this.

      No wonder the Greek economy is in such a mess if this is how a Greek woman divorces.

    • 50
      Mr Huhne's Very Expensive Lawyer says:

      Well I though the whole thing went swimmingly.

    • 81
      old git says:

      Richard the Third found in Council car park! Why is this news there are loads of Richard the thirds in our car park mostly left by dogs and Saturday night piss artists

    • 88
      old git says:

      Eric pickes just rose from the front bench to speak and four MPs fell off the other end

  2. 2
    Strapadictome says:

    +1

  3. 3
  4. 5
    Nick Clegg - Dutchman says:

    It is times like this when one has to think about the story; about the boy who put his finger in a Dyke

  5. 6
    Smig says:

    “That man”.

    A boy without a winkle, surely.

  6. 8
    normanyardley says:

    Good on yer Vicki.

  7. 9
    A Former Bi Sexual says:

    The Eagle Brothers cured me

  8. 11
    Chris PTFE Hunhe says:

    Get back to the Benidorm bar circuit bitch

  9. 12
    Lord Manglebum says:

    I wonder if Huhne knew Jimmy Savile?

  10. 13
    Madge says:

    Is that Harold Bishop beside Carina?

    • 56
      Carina, Carina says:

      Don’t go bashing the Bishop now! (Although that’s pretty much what Chris will have to be doing for the foreseeable future, assuming Bubba will be satisfied with that act alone!)

  11. 14

    However, a Liberal Democrat spokesman said Mr Huhne is unlikely to face official censure from the party as there is “nothing precluding” members having criminal convictions. Telegraph

    I thought it was a condition of entry.

  12. 15
    Men and Equalities Minister says:

    A ladyboy has just risen in the house to support gay marriage.

    • 24
      STuN says:

      And a convincing one at that. Does anyone know who the BackScuttler of the day is yet though, and will he have gifted £90,000.00 to his friend/landlord as seems to be the norm in these enlightened days?

      • 47
        Men and Equalities Minister says:

        Ive got backscuttler of the day down to 200 possibilities.

        • 131
          Jack Ketch says:

          Is a backscutter the same as one of those backsliders who open the door to Sodom that the Puritans were always complaining about?
          Also, can anyone explain if Mr/Mrs/Ms Trimington is a Lesbian, a Tranny, a changeling, a Tweeny, a male homosexual or a Lib-Dem?

  13. 17
    Plato says:

    Has anybody got Rosie’s number => ???

  14. 23
    Quentin Tarantino MP says:

    Kill Bill

  15. 26

    What happened to that person who is a barrister and one of England’s earliest black female Recorders? Do we have to wait two years here as well?

  16. 27

    I support gay marriage.
    Might as well..its going to pass voting easily.
    But..I’m threatening not too.

    See what the whips are offering. I see the committee on the dismantlement of military shipping is being held in land locked Switzerland this year. A little chairmanship and a ski lift pass might sway me into the pro ‘mo camp.

  17. 29
    Dave Camera on says:

    Rumors that I as a child I was persuaded to dress up in a fairy costume are untrue.

    I was over the age of consent.

  18. 31
  19. 32
    Casual Observer says:

    Is this better or worst than Moore’s comments the other day ?

    Would be very interesting indeed to see what exactly happened during their divorce, however those records are sealed and the court itself would have been in camera if a trial happened.

    Pryce and duress ? Pull the other one.

    Huhne though is a prize mong, but she is the brains and very likely the one who caused the real damage to UK competitiveness. Why we were using Greek economic advisers is in hindsight lunacy.

    • 42

      I have only followed the detail so closely, there is a limit to how much you want to trawl these odd people’s lives, but it is not quite clear whether Huhne filled out the forms, signed them and sent them off (at one extreme) and she begged that she should take them for him (at the other faintly ridiculous end.)

      No doubt we shall hear how it happened in the evidence but I could see a point on this long scale where such a plea could just, at a pinch, wind behind you, cycling down hill, be acceptable.

      • 52
        Jesus's wife says:

        Point of order.

        Are you eligible for UK jury duty?

      • 86
        Casual Observer says:

        The most credible explanation is that it was a mutually agreed decision. However, that her character appears to be of a certain persuasion (evidenced prior to today) does call into question her real motivation for agreeing.

        Quite a hold you then have over the other.

        The divorce details are relevant as they will likely help complete the picture of the relationship and how it had deteriorated.

        Personally feel nothing either way for these two.

        More interested to see if justice is going to be perverted in the course of correcting a perversion of justice.

        • 101
          Anonymous says:

          what do you mean”of a certain persuasion “?

        • 102
          Airey Belvoir says:

          Vicky Price may well have agreed to take the points to avoid the tedious business of driving him everywhere for three months or more. I suppose that his points will now be applied to his licence but he will have it back by the time he leaves jail. But will an insurance company want to cover him after this?

    • 73
      Lord Stansted says:

      WTF did Vicky Pryce, who’s supposed to be “clever”, communicate with jounalists via email. Emails can’t be deleted – there’s far too many copies on too many servers – it’s the Internet, dear.

  20. 34
    VERITAS says:

    The political class in this country are corrupt the Huhne case,McShane,the countless numbers of both Houses of Parliament fiddling resulting in at least 8 serving prison terms for theft and fraud et al.Now they are debating whether to sanctify buggery through the the Gay Marriage bill which was not in any Manifesto at the last election and is against the wishes of the vast majority of this country.We are a nation in economic,political,social and moral decline gawd helpus.

  21. 35
    Tory voter says:

    Just how do they have recordings of these calls? Men in Black?

  22. 36
    a non says:

    “That man of yours”??????
    Hasn’t Ms Pryce now taken up with Macshame- Yet another political lowlife?

    • 39
      Ah! Monika 2013 +1 says:

      All the inmates on death row are taken, what else is a girl to do?

    • 60
      Casual Observer says:

      Yes: Hardly the best pedigree that Macshame character.

      Any B!lls coming up for mixed open prisons ?

      Seems like John Mann the only honorable and honest Labour MP left in the house. Final duties may be to switch the lights off.

  23. 38
    Gordon Brown says:

    I will not be coming out today as it is raining.

  24. 41
    Carina says:

    Tell me he’s lazy, tell me he’s slow,
    Tell me I’m crazy (maybe I know)
    Can’t help lovin’ dat man of mine.

  25. 45
    Dave Camera on says:

    You have to think of the future.

    If a male heir to the throne marries a male, could their surrogate offspring be a Queen, if they hadn’t married?

    • 122
      Catty Comment (Ms) says:

      THAT is the quickest way I can think of to turn this benighted country into a republic overnight.

      • 132
        Jack Ketch says:

        Not just the Monarch. If members of the Upper House are listed in Burke’s Queerage and Lord Poofy marries his coachman or bootboy, what happens to titles of nobility?
        Is the spouse of a Duke to be called Ducky? A Baron’s conjugal partner to be Baronette? An Earl’s female wife is a Countess, so some spelling alteration there.

        My God, they are all MAD!

  26. 48
    Sophocles says:

    This is the case against.

    To support her claim of coercion one foresees tales of woe, strife, emotional abuse and maybe a few threats.

    Reality sees this as a long term set up to gain control of Huhne.

    Who exactly suggested she take the points in the first place ?

    Huhne has been silent on that so far.

    • 58
      Aristophanes says:

      Well, he didn’t do it for The Birds.

    • 59
      Plato says:

      “Huhne has been silent on that so far”

      Huhne changed his plea to guilty and subsequently lost a little credibility.

      • 65
        Sophocles says:

        He admitted guilt to perverting the course of justice.

        That is a two way street in this case.

        The question which is very relevant now, is did he suggest this, or did she ?

        • 76
          Plato says:

          I agree. But, by changing his plea he diminishes his claim to honesty and consistency. Important when judging his evidence.

          • Sophocles says:

            Think of it this way.

            If he had maintained his not guilty plea, with that text message allegedly from his son, what would have happened in the trial ?

            His defense would have had to cross examine his son, possibly forcing his son into a position of implicating himself as being an accessory to this long running crime and then being subject to prosecution.

            If that extreme had not happen, pitting father against son in a court of law would have done neither any favors longterm.

            Huhne did the right thing here by his family, despite the way it is painted by some. He doesn’t care about his own credibility anymore as it is not relevant. He does care about his son and in the future having a relationship and likely being a grandfather.

            It’s good that Huhne is out of public life now, but for him life goes on beyond the case.

  27. 54
    Jesus's wife says:

    Where would you be if J C had married a woman?

  28. 55
    Chris's marital coercion says:

    Sign the form, bitch, or ya’ll get what’s comin’ to ya.

  29. 62
    Chris Hunhe says:

    YES
    I am now Steward and Bailiff of the Three Hundreds of Chiltern

    A promotion !!!

  30. 63
    Ah! Monika 2013 +1 says:

    Chris.

    Purely rhetorical this but ” have you stopped beating your wife?”

  31. 67
    The Sheikh Of Arabeeee says:

    Bit fucking much coming from a fucking minger like Pryce.

  32. 69
    Marital coersions says:

    What do you say to a greek woman with 2 black eyes?
    Nothing, you have told her twice already

    What did the Tee Shirt say that the greek lady with 2 black eyes was wearing?
    Slow learner

  33. 71
    Good point... says:

    The Bill is discriminatory because same-sex couples will be able to have a civil partnership or get married, but different-sex couples will only be able to get married.

    • 84
      Snot Fair says:

      The Homosexuals don’t have to consummate their wedding either.

      What is increasingly obvious is that MPs are rushing through a flawed law just as they did with hunting with hounds and all those knee jerk anti terror laws.

      Do they not learn anything?

  34. 72
    Huhne the autobiography says:

    I was responsible for a new swear-word being entered into the OED.

  35. 75
    Err says:

    Are the prosecution calling him to the witness box?

  36. 77
    Say No to Herman's War says:
    • 78
      Simon. Some say I am Simple says:

      How come the EU won a peace prize when it wants to form an Army?

      • 93
        Casual Observer says:

        How did Nobama when he is murdering people around the world with drones ?

      • 108
        Anonymous says:

        I can see where they are coming from.

      • 125
        Extremely ancient seafarer says:

        Follow the links mate. They awarded it to themselves.

        But I think they are going to need their own army when the peasants throughout the EU countries revolt in their millions in the not too distant future. The way Dave is going though we won’t have much to contribute apart from a Land Rover two.

    • 109
      Anonymous says:

      Nigel nobody cares what you think, you deluded little man !

  37. 82
    beast says:

    Beware of Greeks bearing grudges !

    The Man woman that Huhne married should be charged with conspiracy, trouble is Holloway would be heaven to her
    Loads of diesel dykes

  38. 97
    Your Friendly Neighbourhood What-Does-He-See-In-Her? Service says:

    There actually IS a sexual paraphilia (a ten-quid word for what used to be called a “fetish”) of men desiring facially-less-than-femininely-attractive-looking women. Apparently Huhne went from a not-so-facially-femininely-attractive-looking woman, to one even less so. It is a bit like going from Laura San Giacomo (but not with the same figure) to Miranda Hart (more closely approximating the original). But it really is pot-and-kettle, if we are being honest.

  39. 104
    disgustedoftunbridgewells says:

    Fucking idiot

    • 106
      disgustedoftunbridgewells says:

      Apologies, I meant Cameron not Huhne no, on second thoughts – both.

  40. 113
    Rinka says:

    Why do Lib Dem scandals always involve a dog? Woof, woof, aargh

  41. 117
    To tired to be angry anymore says:

    You may also find that he is in fact kowtowing to his European masters

    http://www.eureferendum.com/blogview.aspx?blogno=83592

    When he said he wanted to renegotiate our position I didn’t think he meant over a barrel with our trousers around our ankles!

  42. 119
    Toyota Owner says:

    The Carina – popular, low-maintenance and a comfortable ride. One careful lady owner.


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