February 5th, 2013

Rumour Tory MP Will “Out” Himself


  1. 1

    Dorset MP Gay whatever next?


    • 26
      Anonymous says:

      Seems for some reasons gays are over represented in parliament. I don’t think there is any problem in whether anyone is gay, straight or bi as long as they are honest. What I don’t support is gay pretending to be straight or vice versa.


      • 33
        Putr1d Labour ruined my Country says:

        I’m sick of all this gay rubbish, why don’t they just shut up about it and focus on something that matters?


        • 41
          Sir Michael Gambon says:

          ‘I used to be gay, but I had to stop as it made my eyes water’


          • Anonymous says:

            There are number is other issues that hasn’t been thought through.

            1) adultery laws might need to be changed.
            2) how marriage consummation laws need to be changed.
            3) issues around future king / queen.

            Then there is European Courts of Human rights and how they will interrupt the new law.


          • Anonymous says:

            Dear anonymous. Stuff (or worse) the ECHR


          • Vicar of Bray says:

            I apologise. I mistook the exit for the entrance!


        • 43
          Anonymous says:

          hallelujah! It’s not like they’ve fixed the economy or education or the NHS is it?


        • 49
          Anonymous says:

          Gays didn’t make gay marriage an issue. Its Cameron (I think he is straight) who brought this out to deflect economic issues.

          Its not even about equality as Cameron doesn’t want gay to marry in the house of God(s). Its just a con trick by Cameron.


        • 58
          Pundit Too says:

          + 45 million in the UK alone.
          Wavy Dave has shot himself in the foot in believing the Eagle sisters and the BBC that this gay marriage lark has nationwide support.
          He also shows he lives on Fuller’s Earth, not this one.
          Some of the arguments against it from the usual suspects and some surprising critics, have substantial resonance on the implications of it toward the future moral deterioration of our country – as if it could get much lower.
          The disparity between gay and hetrosexual marriage is but one of the major building block faults in the edifice.


          • Hugh Janus says:

            Charles Moore and one of the (hideous, rug-biting) Eagle sisters on Toady this morning. Rug-biter given free reign, Moore was constantly questioned.

            Oh sorry, I forgot, it was all in a day’s work for our impartial state broadcaster….


          • Sir Jimmy, national treasure and pederast says:

            pay your licence fee, ya c’unt!


          • Ben Doune says:

            Will the Eagle Sisters be able to marry each other? Now that’s a thought…

            Why do all the comments mentioning William Hague get deleted?


          • the savant10.4 highway patrol says:

            No .

            The Eagle sisters cannot marry each other.

            Apart from being blatantly incestuous it would contravene the Ninth ( if memory serves ) Commandment

            ” Thou shalt not covet thy neighbour’s wife”

            For God’s sake that would be bordering on the rabidly irreligious !!


          • John Bellingham says:

            Regarding the BBC position. It was recently pointed out that the BBC’s core demographic for “Strictly Come Dancing” was homosexual men and middle aged women. This seems to stretch across most of their programming ( cooking, home decor,). Has anyone got any serious and real data on BBC staffing–do the numbers of homosexuals and aging slappers in the BBC correlate with their programming?


        • 164
          jackalino says:

          how right you are


      • 95
        Anonymous says:

        Pompous moron, who cares what you think !


        • 105
          Is he a quare ? says:

          You sound like a quare.

          You look like a quare.

          you have the opinions of a quare.

          Are you a quare ?


      • 113
        T'Old Fella says:

        If you don’t know what they are, you don’t know which way to stand. I do not mind gays, leses or anything inbetween as long as they are not the types that are what you could call “in your face”, each to their own.


        • 145
          gortonandy says:

          Im the same with straights. I can cope with them as long as they boast about all that digusting breeding nonsense in my presence. give me a lesbian and a turkey baster anyday.


    • 50
      carry hole is a complete hunt says:

      Wonder when dave will out himself as a labour party member?


    • 104
      Anonymous says:

      I’d be more surprised if a Tory MP were to out himself as straight. But then again these arse douches couldn’t lie straight in bed.


  2. 2
    Ex-Selohesra says:

    Other than the title what exactly does gay marriage offer that civil partnership doesn’t?


  3. 3
    Anonymous says:

    he should be in the closet about being a tory. much more embarrassing


  4. 4
    Mike Oddpiece says:

    Oh big fucking deal. What a grandstanding twat.


  5. 5
    Cynical-old-bag says:

    Take your pick. There are plenty of them.


  6. 5
    Centre Parting says:

    Will he then be a ‘back-door’ bencher then?


    • 88
      Anonymous says:

      center parting knows back door.
      all doors lead to the back.
      must be servant quarters then.
      so partying and quarters. will it bring harmony.
      for some.


  7. 8
    Rip Van Winkle says:



  8. 11
    Huhne=Liar says:

    Good luck to him.


  9. 12

    A closet gay Tory ? , well bugger me !


  10. 13
    bergen says:

    Apparently Osborne, Hague and Mrs May are trying to drum up support for this measure.

    I’m here worrying about meeting the month’s payroll. Most people are infintely more worried about our dreadful financial problems than this end-of -the-pier sideshow. Osborne ought to get a grip on his own job.


    • 16
      rebekah aka nellnewman says:



      • 83
        Hugh Janus says:

        Well said. It is a clear measure of their terrible desperation that the Nasty Party has had to wheel out the so-called ‘big guns’ and to provide them with a JCB in place of their shovels, without having the sense to realise that the hole will get even bigger. They may win the vote today, but at the same moment they will kiss goodbye to government at the next election.

        This is political incompetence on a truly industrial scale.


    • 98
      Anonymous says:

      surely if your business is on the slide that is your fault, not the Governments. Im sick of everything being the governments fault in some peoples eyes, take responsibility for yourselves FFS.


      • 122
        Lord Mandelbum of Fondleboys says:

        There speaks an idiot who’s never run a business.


      • 139
        bergen says:

        And pray tell us your business experience,anon. I’ve part owned mine for 25 years and, so far, have never had to make a compulsory redundancy. But with demand so subdued and consumers’ budgets so stretched, it’s been a real struggle of late. But we’re still going.As you are seemingly a business visionary, your advice would be most welcome.


    • 136
      the savant10.4 highway patrol says:

      Borgen says:

      When is Danish Brigitte going to rape seduce Kasper just like she did her driver Kim a few episodes ago ?

      We should be told !!


  11. 14
    rebekah aka nellnewman says:

    This gay marriage issue is an absolute storm in a teacup!


  12. 15
    Anonymous says:

    Yet another one of PC Dave’s little mates crawling out from under the stone.


    • 18
      rebekah aka nellnewman says:

      There is nothing wrong with being gay just as there’s nothing wrong with being heterosexual – the whole issue is a side show of no interest to the electorate .

      It’s time they started concentrating on the big 4 issues, the economy, immigration, health and education – well Gove is doing a great job with education – pity we can’t say the same about osborne and the economy.


      • 29
        Left foot backward says:

        They can’t, those issues belong to our more important parliament across the channel.

        Their job, as was their predecessors, is to destroy the British way of life, its institutions, including their own, and bankrupt us; then the other lot can take over properly.


        • 138
          ho hum says:

          Where to you think this has come from ? Conicidence that the French are passing the same lwas at the same time ?

          Clue, from Richard North’s blog

          Recommendation CM/Rec(2010)5 of the Committee of Ministers [ of the European Council ] to member states on measures to combat discrimination on grounds of sexual orientation or gender identity”- the timetable set for “full implementation” in June 2013


      • 34
        FU EU says:

        They can’t, those issues belong to our bosses across the way.

        Their job, as was their predecessors, is to destroy our way of life, our institutions, including their own, and bankrupt us; then the other lot can take over properly.


  13. 17
    Steve Miliband says:

    The clue is in the title but I cant be bothered


  14. 19
    Taxfodder says:

    Fcukwit Tory Twat:

    Look at me everybody I’m a Gay and I want the world to know…

    The World:


    The Taliban:

    Off with his balls!


  15. 20
    Anonymous says:

    Are there any that are not Bent???


  16. 21
    Sally of the alley says:

    If I can get to him beforehand, I’m certain I could cure him.


    • 32
      Taxfodder says:

      You are Sally Bercow well known maker of men and expensive blunders, and, I claim my £10 Westminster food voucher.


  17. 24
    John Lyon PSC says:

    I say , Does an 18″ Strap On come under bedroom furnishings or Mp’s Dress allowance ?


  18. 25
    Oy Vey says:

    Bet that will be handled really sensitively

    In other news, that lass in the roadkill t-shirts advert, aye carumba


  19. 27
    the poor bloody tax-payer says:

    we look forward to one of them (any party) ‘outing’ themselves as competent and/or honest

    ‘gay outing’ looks as much a disingenuous diversion as ‘wrapping oneself in the flag’ or ‘i did it for the children’


  20. 31
    Jen The Blue says:

    Can somebody explain how consummation and thus non-consummation will work with gay marriage? What will the grounds for dissolution? I am led to believe by Wikipedia that not all male homosexuals commit buggery.

    If gay marriage thus has no compulsory sex element, then why not allow marriage between consenting same-sex siblings?

    This is a matter of equality surely, why deny this marvellous institution to sisters or brothers?

    Cameron is an idiot.


    • 44
      Phil from Pentonville says:

      I mean to say two men living together cannot produce a sprog.

      Two women living together cannot produce a sprog.

      Only men together with women can produce sprogs.

      In China if you are married man and woman you are only allowed to produce one sprog . If you produce more you are shot.

      Simple really


    • 84
      SP4BS says:

      That seems a very odd argument.

      How many weddings get dissolved because of non-consummation?
      Ones that weren’t arranged/forced?


      • 115
        Jen The Blue says:


        Consummation is an integral part of marriage as it currently stands in law and most religions. Therefore a change in the law means a change in the definition of existing and future heterosexual marriages.


        • 128
          Catty Comment (Ms) says:

          Just been watching two kweers on Sky International (Boulton & Co) defending their pro-gay marriage stance. They have been “married” for over 20 years and have 5 kids.

          I am wondering why nobody asked them where they got the kids from – or whether either of them had ever had a job and done a proper day’s work in their entire lives.


  21. 36
    Lost in Clacton says:

    Someone is going to shoot themselves in the foot, I hear you say .

    Cameron must take action now .

    Sent William Hague to Mali quickly .


  22. 37
    Bercow should says:

    Order Order. This is the Mother Of Parliaments, not the front page of The Sun.


  23. 38

    A hundred and forty of my own MP’s will vote against me , how very dare they ? i’ve bent over backwards to accommodate them , and now they launch this rear guard action


    • 62
      James Savile says:

      I want to marry my daughter.

      Please fix it for me Mr Cameron.


      • 126
        I just give up! says:

        It wont be long before some people want to marry their pets AND mps will say it’s normal & will pass a bill to accommodate these deviants, and just wait until the court of human rights start to put their oar in!

        Nothing is sacred anymore!


  24. 39
    Cicero says:

    Just the one?


  25. 42
    TOTTY not BOTTY says:

    Let the mincers get married , more Totty for us real men


  26. 45
    Equality and Human Rights says:

    Legalise incest now .


  27. 48
    Justice says:

    Fitting punishment for Huhne.

    Crucify him on a windmill.


  28. 51
    Justice says:

    Vicky’s up.


  29. 52
    albacore says:

    After lurking in closets all that time
    Getting to come out has to be sublime
    Hope he’s checked his trusses and trendy smalls
    For any trace remaining of mothballs


  30. 54
    Well it's a thought maybe says:

    Seems homosexuals think it more important to out themselves, instead of the more important thing of getting on with the job they put themselves up for, representing their constituents, get on with the job, pick your handbags in your own time.


  31. 55
    SP4BS says:

    I hope that we get our money back if the rumour turns out to be false.


  32. 57
    John Pinkwood says:

    It’s meeeeeeee!


  33. 61
    Where are Tony Blair's expenses says:

    I am becoming increasingly weary of the gay agenda, when in the history of a nation have 0.1% of the population have had so much influence on the political agenda.

    I bet the 2.5m people who do not have a job think this is really important.

    Helen Grant was on Sky this morning supporting gay marriage, remember her she is the MP with a constituency in Kent but because she is so important she needs a flat in central London and claims, to the penny, the maximum expenses.

    Cameron is finished as a politician and had no chance of winning the next election

    * UKIP are trending at ~ 14%
    * Gay marriage will cost him 3-5% of the core Tory vote
    * He has not resolved the abuse of the postal voting system
    * He has not got his boundary changes
    * He has done nothing about immigration
    * He has not got public spending under control
    * He has not got rid of pilgrims who are actively opposing coalition policies at the tax payers expense
    * He didn’t get rid of the trade union modernisation fund
    * He has not reduced the burden of red tape on industry

    The list of broken promises is almost endless

    This man is a political loser


    • 65
      Lost n Clacton says:

      But he has simplified the tax system .


    • 70
      Maqboul says:

      As if the 2.5 m without a job actually want one !


    • 75
      Pundit Too says:

      Difficult to disagree.
      We need a real leader to come forward. Looking at the likely lads and lassies only David Davies still looks in shape; though I doubt if he is interested after being totally sidelined by the party and with few obvious friends in parliament.
      Hope I am wrong.


    • 82
      dogsled says:

      This. 110%.

      I don’t give a flying intercourse about gay marriage. They can get married in satanist costumes in the middle of an England international at Wembley as far as I care.

      What I care about is the fact that this government has still not fixed the economy, the corruption of MPs, the bias of the BBC, the benefit culture, the immigration issue & the EU debate.
      While this government is still not as bad as what would have happened if Labour had got back in all they have done is tread water. What we need in this country is a government with some backbone who have the strength to make unpopular decisions that will be better for the nation in the long term. Not yet another group of yes men who look no further than a bunch of focus groups and their own future directorships.


      • 163
        left wing, right wing, it's all the same bird. says:

        Well said.
        Possibly the best post written in history of the interweb…. Ok maybe not, but up there.

        As mentioned by others here, the “Gayification” of TV has been plain to see since oh maybe the late 90’s (whenwas arsebanditery legalised?)
        Bearing in mind the % of the population it is relevant to,

        “The wheels that squeeks… Gets the OIL”

        (or money,publicity,LAWS)

        May i suggest that by default post 1 on any topic is that quote, it’ll be right more often than it’s wrong.


    • 97
      pissed off voter says:

      Agree with most of that.

      I personally don’t care about gay marriage but I care very much about polticians exceeding their over-generous priviliges.

      The proposed change is to a basic aspect of society and as such demands approval from the public to whom it relates.

      Without mandate Cameron is abusing the office of PM. Sadly, he is so far up his own rear that he is oblivious to public concern.

      Prospect of a labour government containing so many criminals from the last government scares me but the prospect of the current ‘conservative’ outfit scares me even more.


  34. 67
    Maqboul says:

    Will any MPs get up and admit they have been happily married to a person of the opposite sex for years?


  35. 76
    Maqboul says:

    What about that closet gay Labour MP ? Will he “out” himself or will he be absent as usual?


  36. 80
    Historical Question says:

    So when Dave was at Eton, was he anyones fag?

    …and do they still have fags


  37. 85
    Windy Miller says:

    “I’m Spartacus!”


  38. 89
    restore the monasteries says:

    We on the “right”,are falling into the “lefty’s” trap…All this publicity about homosexuals,and the B and B incident,has not endeared me to the homosexual
    “community”, in fact,quite the opposite..Whereas before i was totally accepting
    of homosexuals,i now have reservations about how much their lifestyle influences and affects young minds,and creates more confusion in society..
    While i firmly believe in “Each to their own according to their needs”, i do not
    want it rammed down my throat and in my face..I am a fairly liberal minded type,but this homosexual push has changed my perception of the homosexual community…


    • 101
      Welsh activist. says:

      Completely agree. Since homosexuality became a profession, as did being blick etc, i find my tolerence levels for these people has declined markedly. Maybe thats the plan, whom the god’s wish to destroy and all that.


    • 102
      Gordon Broon says:

      “i do not want it rammed down my throat and in my face..” That’s the way I like it.


    • 108
      ReefKnot says:

      Never mind, you’ll soon come to accept it. Well you will if that Fake Charity called Stonewall have their way. You know, that Fake Charity that lobbies and campaigns and promotes homosexuality as a way of life ( including I believe, the production of educational material for our schoolchildren ). And guess who subsidises Stonewall ? Go on, have a guess. Yep, you got it….it’s you, the taxpayer, whether you like it or not.
      Now, I wonder what the Government will be pushing through Parliament next as a result of lobbying and campaigning by the other 27000 Fake Charities. Could be 20mph speed limits, or restrictions on alcohol or maybe restrictions on tobacco ? All being pushed by Fake Charities that you pay for. Oh, and you also pay for their CEOs on £60 k or more.
      It’s a wonderful world, isn’t it ?


      • 149
        gortonandy says:

        Promoting homosexuality as a way of life is like promoting being tall or having size ten feet. You can’t adopt something you weren’t born with. It’s actually about helping young and very vulnerable people come to terms with who they are. We adults can cope with all this insane negativity and the complete inability of some straight people to realise that we were born this way (because they don’t ask us). But young gay people have very low self esteem and are more prone to self harm, substance abuse and suicide. This occurs because of the negative comments that come from adults, who by default indoctrinate their own kids, who then bully the gay kids (or those who are perceived to be gay). I know this is true because I have experienced it for myself. So be wary who you condemn. You may just be pushing some vulnerable adolescent over the edge.


        • 155
          restore the monasteries says:

          You may be correct,but tolerance and acceptance of “Gay” has come a long
          way,but re defining marriage is simply a step too far for many people,just
          to accomodate the wishes of a small group….I am not anti gay,nor am i a church goer,but it feels a step too far…


    • 153
      gortonandy says:

      God forbid that we should dare to want to be treated equally under the law. What an outrageous and outlandish request.


  39. 91
    Raving Loon says:

    Please let it be William Hague.


  40. 92
    Westminster intern says:

    Sorry but — You’re sick.

    Whatever your opinion in homosexuality you are clearly mocking this


  41. 93
    Albert Hall says:

    Personally I do not give a flying f***


  42. 96
    more balls please says:

    Gay or not Willam, Hague is still a goof Foreign Minister. Hope his wife isnt too shocked/


  43. 103
    Must get a pseudonym one day says:

    What you guys don’t realise is that, for his next trick, Big Dave C is going to make homosexuality compulsory.

    That would be a bummer.


  44. 106
    Granville says:

    It could be anyone.


  45. 109
    s.s. says:

    Not another fucking poof telling us what to do!
    I am sick of this if they want an “Alternative ” life style fine but let me live one also and stop bothering me.


    • 150
      gortonandy says:

      Well if you don’t like same-sex marriage, just don’t get married to someone of the same sex


  46. 110
    Athelstan says:

    For fuck’s sake – the economy is in the toilet,”skools and hospitaws” are still the worst in the world despite Bruin’s doubling their cost, our defences rae at the weakest for 200hundred years, our laws are drafted by multinational lobyists in Brussels and you want to talk about the (US) culture wars of gay versus straight?

    In the 19th century and early 20ht century no one discussed race or sexual orientation or all the other manufactured outrages because it was none of the State’s business, ditto passports, firearms and drugs control. Now that 60% of the population is employed by the State it has to poke its nose in everywhere. The result? misery and decline.


  47. 111
    God says:

    In the middle ages being homosexual carried the death penalty; in Victorian times it was punishable by imprisonment; a recent Labour government legalised it and rumour has it that the next one will make it compulsory! Seems that a lot of politicians are “closet homosexuals”


  48. 112
    Spartacus says:

    homosexuals are more noble than heterosexuals

    – BBC


  49. 116
    Anonymous says:

    Will there be violins and rose petals from ceiling when the news breaks?


  50. 121
    Socialism = starvation says:

    It’s Dave, isn’t it?


  51. 124
    fendel says:

    Has to be Peter Lilley.


    • 125
      Socialism = starvation says:

      Now there’s an old 80s student union rumour still doing the rounds. Whoever it is, so what?


    • 131
      Anonymous says:

      Bernard Jenkin. Looks like a queer, talks like a queer, walks like a queer – probably a queer!


  52. 132
    Extremely ancient seafarer says:

    Would it not be a good idea for all these “oddities” to fuck off and form their own political party? No access to the usual lot. Then they could all stand for parliament on the Pooofs ticket and bugger off from the traditional parties. Then we could really see just how much support they actually had in the country.

    As a by-product, we would then see the back of all these people interfering with our lives.


  53. 144
    Old Blue Eyes says:

    How in heaven’s name is it that there are so many poofters in parliament. In my very long life I can say that the number of gays I have actually met I can count on two fingers. Yet there are scores of them able to write MP behind their name.
    How come ? They seem to be in a bigger proportion in politics than in the acting or hairdressing profession. How the hell as this come about.


    • 152
      gortonandy says:

      some think all gay people act like john inman and wear frocks, so therefore ones that don’t are just invisible and there are probably more quiet ones actually


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