February 7th, 2013

AUDIO: Listen to the Chris Huhne-Vicky Pryce Tapes

You can see why Huhne didn’t fancy listening to them in the dock…


242 Comments

  1. 1
    I, Claudius says:

    lolz

    • 19
      Anonymous says:

      Who cares about Chris any more? Next its Cameron and Clegg.

      Even Osborne has been discredited and his game is over.

      • 77
        Anonymous says:

        Are you going to marry your true love now?

      • 113
        D'Jango says:

        I see the labour/ukip morons got here first. If this blog is of so little interest why are you here so much?

      • 234
        joejoe says:

        Huhne comes out well, does not fall for the “taped” confession overall, and points out that she is running to press with stories, she denies this while sitting with press recording the conversion and trying to emtrap him … doh!

        All she needed to ruin his was the “forced abortion” claim, or any sexual proclivity revelation “he likes dressing in womans clothing say”… how would he dis-prove those… yet she goes for the “speeding”….

        she looks like coniving bitch, and trying to destroy her career at same time, if innocent just say he forced me, why try to prove it, then find it proves she conniving in first place, so conniving she may have took points for him, and him admitted it to protect her… ?

        • 235
          joejoe says:

          did she take points for him, to trap him into staying with her ?

          • joejoe says:

            huhne can now plead in mitigation that while guilty he did not know she had filled form in on his behalf, after all she signed it.

            So he may get 1 month – suspended.

    • 24
      Anonymous says:

      Chris should be a saint to have lived this women for so long.

    • 37
      Anonymous says:

      I bet he thinks it’s all worth it just to have ditched the bitch

    • 57
      Fishy says:

      I interrupt this thread (and the everyday tale of political folk) to bring you a nomination for ‘quote of the day’, in relation to the Stafford District General Abbatoir report.

      From ‘Davy’ on the Telegraph site:

      I must have missed the bit with the pensioners starving to death in their own poo during the Olympic opening ceremony.

      Maybe I was making a cup of tea or something.

    • 79
      Wet Ed Miliband's Diary says:

      Bad thtart to the day ath I awoke to dithcover my water bed had thprung a leak. Then I remembered I didn’t have a water bed.

      Derek Thimpthon, Brendan Barber and Len McCluthkey came round to dithcuth Labour Party polithy for the 2015 election, tho Juthtine took them to the thtudy while I thtayed in my bedroom to play Manic Miner on my Thpectrum. It’th the copy on the C90 which my neanderthal brother David hacked and the loading screen now readth “ED THE TWAT” in big colourful letterth. One day I’ll learn how to program in BATHIC and teach him a thing or two.

      I reached level 3 for the firtht time, then Juthtine opened the door to tell me the union leaderth had gone. Apparently, they dethided to nathionalithe a few induthtrieth when I am running the country. I don’t know what that meanth, but it thoundth good. I’m not to tell anyone about it yet though.

      I think my joythtick ith broken.

    • 191
      Fishy says:

      Jut think!

      Had it not been for a handful of votes, which arrived after counting had finished, This c.unt Huhne would have become leader of the Yellows and Deputy Prime Minister.

  2. 2
    Chris 'Coitus interruptus' Hunhe says:

    First !!!

    Drat, my bad timing again.

  3. 3
    excellent says:

    but didnt we hear earlier that she leaned over to the journalist and told her that she took the points?

  4. 4
    skippy says:

    broken telephone.

    No wonder Huhne changed plea, if this was put to him he would have been crucified!

    which is disappointing!

  5. 5
    Grecian 2000 says:

    Ouch!!

  6. 6
    The horse hung man-dingo of the apocalypse says:

    Basically Huhne is a deviant!

  7. 8
    yeah, right... says:

    Do we know if he has download the Guido app for his new iPad?

  8. 9
    Charlie Brown says:

    Not sure she comes out that well either…

    • 20
      Danny DeVito says:

      Agreed. I’ve never felt that she was that much of a victim. She married him, after all, and stayed married to him for years. That’s not a good advertisement for her, is it?

  9. 10
    Rupert says:

    Wonderful.

  10. 12
    CarryHole is a Dismal Hunt says:

    ‘The Brussels Commission has just suspended its senior economist, Bernard Connolly, for writing a book savaging the prospects for a common currency. There are many who now believe he should be lauded as a prophet.’ Observer, Editorial, 1 October 1995

    ‘Mr. Connolly’s longstanding proposition that the foisting of a common currency upon so many disparate nations would end in ruin is getting a much wider hearing…’ New York Times, 17 November 2011

    When first published in 1995, The Rotten Heart of Europe caused outrage and delight – here was a Brussels insider, a senior EU economist, daring to talk openly about the likely pitfalls of European monetary union.

    Bernard Connolly lost his job at the Commission, but his book was greeted as a profound and persuasive expose of the would-be ‘monetary masters of the world.’ His brave act of defiance became headline news – and his book a major international bestseller.

    In a substantial new introduction, Connolly returns to his prophetic account of the double-talk surrounding the efforts of politicians, bankers and bureaucrats to force Europe into a crippling monetary straitjacket. Hidden agendas are laid bare, skulduggery exposed and economic fallacies are skewered, producing a horrifying conclusion. No one who wants to understand the workings of the EU, past, present and future can afford to miss this enthralling and deeply disturbing book.

  11. 13
    STuN says:

    Wonder if she recorded this on an iPad, that would be a bit ironic tee hee.

  12. 14
    Frightened Inmate #2 says:

    I feel a tiny bit of sympathy for Huhne after listening to that.

    • 18
      STuN says:

      Neither of these two deserve any sympathy whatsoever!

      Might I suggest they look in the dictionary if they want it. It’s after Shit and before Syphillis

  13. 15
    Jimmy says:

    Why do gays want this?

  14. 16
    Jayne says:

    Bleating on and on and on about this – yet nothing about tory kiddy fiddlers? Is that because he’s a p’d up tory boy?

    • 25
      hank the cat says:

      What the phuck are you on about?

    • 31
      Care in the Community says:

      Jayne you’ve been asked to come back to the centre once tonight already

    • 163
      Dr Lockjaw says:

      Jayne doesn’t know that legally we’re barred from having the facts on that as it’s a drawn-out investigation that will end with some prosecutions. Come back in 2014 for that. And yes that could mean one’s bet on an outright labour majority is watertight. Or not it depends on the economy and the Labour manifesto.

  15. 17
    Oops says:

    He should have hung up as soon as she became abusive.

    There will be another tape out there with Huhne’s end of the call.

    What a horrible couple these two are. And now she’s shagging MacShame !

  16. 22
    hank the cat says:

    I think that Vicky Pryce is only guilty of stupidity, she married Huhne. You could hardly jail her for that

    • 28
      Casual Observer says:

      You can if she colluded to pervert the course of justice though.

    • 41
      spread the bumsex, feel the love says:

      Serial stupidity.

      To move on from Huhne to McShane shows she must be truly fucking desperate.

      • 133
        Old Blue Eyes says:

        Well with the comforts provided in today’s prisons they can probably enjoy a threesome.

  17. 23
    fella on the underground says:

    I feel sorry for Huhne married to that harridan – no I dont they deserve each other

  18. 27
    Airey Belvoir says:

    Listening to that. it is the first time i have had a tiny bats-squeak of sympathy for Huhne. The woman is a harridan and we know she was in cahoots with a ST journo to tape an admission from him, which he was clearly cautious about in his stonewalling replies. Marital coercion my arse – the two of them deserve each other.

  19. 30
    Airey Belvoir says:

    Sorry fella – we were posting the same thought at the same time!

  20. 34
    Alfred Einstein says:

    What happens when an unlikeable farce meets an objectionable object.

  21. 36
    Dave Camera on says:

    I think this trial should be held in camera. Takes the spotlight off me.

    • 48
      Creeping SPAD says:

      But surely Dave you are delighted to be in front of the prime time TV lights whenever a suitable dynamic action or tear jerking caring opportunity arises.

  22. 39
    Dave says:

    It is a tragedy that Chris Huhne is no longer in my Cabinet, he was such a good match with me and all other the duplicitous self serving lying bastards that I am privileged to have as Ministers.

  23. 41
    Pundit too too says:

    Vicky sounds more Italian than Hungarian.
    He actually comes over like a long playing record well used to her outbursts.
    Could’nt listen to it all as it reminds me of so many soaps.

    • 45
      Ah! Monika 2013 +1 says:

      God he’s thick. Seven minutes and he doesn’t realise it’s a set-up.

      • 115
        Anonymous says:

        the world of 7
        when reached it is revealed
        did one spiral up or dawn.

        7 degrees of separation.
        masterful generosity.
        7,6,5,4,3,2,1
        ah to be a zero. what power when split. for it is home of the creator.

        god bless the number.

    • 108
      Sir William Wade says:

      Don’t you hate people who put on that ‘calm and reasonable’ voice, like Huhne does, when they’re trying to get you?

      • 170
        Lying Politician says:

        But how else can you answer difficult questions without calmly mouthing platitudes and lies? Huhne spoke to VP just like he did to the rest of us: “I’m ignoring you completely. I will state that black is white. I don’t care about anything but myself. I am lying. I don’t care.”

        Not that VP’s much better.

    • 124
      Fog says:

      Pundit, I think she’s Greek.

    • 223
      Clarifier says:

      Probably because she’s greek.

    • 231
      melvin says:

      Odd, since she’s Greek.

  24. 46
    ████ ' changed my tune' Hoon says:

    For Sale: Secondhand iPad. Hardly used, offers around £ 500.

  25. 47
    Keith Vaz says:

    To all members of the press. I will be outside the court to comfort Vicky

  26. 50
    Richard Nixon says:

    Tapes! Tapes! I’ll show you T A P E S

  27. 58
    Anonymous says:

    Seems to me that Huhne has a bit of a ‘prisoner’s dilemma’ here – if he wants to have anything to do with his children after all this he would be advised to speak up for his ex wife now to try and keep her out of jail (presumably he gave “no comment” answers in all his police interviews so would still be able to do this?), however he would only be doing so to protect her from the consequences of her (quite calculated) steps to destroy him. However it strikes me that this would be the best ‘angle’ for Huhne if he wants to ‘rehabilitate’ himself by writing ‘mea culpa’ type memoirs (after all he has the costs of Carina’s libel appeal next month to pay for).

    • 70
      Decorum says:

      He should just stand up like a man and tell the truth. Simple. All the rest is bullshit.

    • 76
      Juicy Detail says:

      His children are fully grown adults now.

      It is up to them if they want anything to do with either of the parents.

      Would be so good if the juicy details of the divorce could be released.

      ** Salacious Interest++ **

      • 172
        Jane Austen still in Hampshire says:

        It is a universally acknowledged fact that a twat in possession of a great fortune must be in want of a remedial libel action pursued by a lady with a lovely labia through the courts for unlimited damages.

  28. 59
    Retired vagina inspector says:

    I agree with his son he’s a piece of shit – good to know that he has no guilt in spending £600.00 of tax payers money on an Ipad – are you allowed them in the clink? I think they should send Ray Winstone in to have a game of pool with him….

  29. 61
    Tom Mackie says:

    I recall what Winston Churchill said when told by some woman that his flies were down.
    “Madam”, he said, “the cuckoo does not fly the nest”

  30. 68
    Casual Observer says:

    Huhne has a heart of stone.

  31. 69
    Fur Trade Fare Trader of Fair Trade Condoms says:

    Chris Huhne pressured Vicky Pryce into having an abortion in 1990 as another baby would have been “bad for his career”, a court heard today.

    • 103
      SP4BS says:

      I have a theory, that comes from talking to a French traffic cop, that you make yourself more likely to get done if you irritate the powers that be.

      • 173
        Guido's mate says:

        Fortunately we stopped the electric shock treatment when we got rid of the soviet spys and allowed a scandal to develop since the Magna Carta (or at least mad queen Maud)

      • 199
        Blowing Whistles says:

        The ultimate problem is them dark arts practicing ‘powers that be’ – they are the real problem and have no solution save their ‘obfuscation, evasion, delay and procrastination’ about those atop being ‘the most corrupted’.

        Gus O donnell – is a disgrace.

  32. 73
    Casting Couch says:

    Laura San Giacomo as Vicky, in the sitcom version; I’m sure Vicky will be flattered by the comparison (might even want to get implants). And get that Finch guy from Just Shoot Me to play Huhne, too. Doesn’t look that much like him, but suitably sleazy enough. They’ve worked together before and know what to expect from each other.
    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/02/06/just-shoot-me-reunion_n_2632508.html

  33. 74
    Proverbs 27:15 says:

    A continual dropping in a very rainy day and a contentious woman are alike.

  34. 78
    Saders says:

    And to think Dave has just inflicted married life on the nation’s gays. They will be known as sads from now on.

    • 176
      Poetic Critic (ex-Oxford Eng. Dict.) says:

      A sad and sorry verdict on marriage as a whole. You know that a happy marriage is made in heaven. And as some politicians are made in hell or become slightly possessed by it, it tends to break them.

  35. 80
    We must have the truth on here says:

    Elsie, you were claiming to be that age in 2010.
    Now tell the truth, are you over 21?

  36. 82
    Mob Justice says:

    Put the three of them in a mud pit and see which one survives: That person gets the points.

    • 88
      Tachybaptus says:

      And is awarded a free holiday at Her Majesty’s Pleasure.

    • 98
      the yellow submarine is sinking says:

      The most important thing Huhne has done is to resign being an MP, if by just going to clink for a few months, if he was judged guilty and sentenced, he could have been back creating the green havoc, I think that the people who took him out, that’s all they wanted to get him out of the way of destroying the country with green taxes, it couldn’t have been just hate by an ex.

      • 110
        Casual Observer says:

        The only bad thing is that he is not being prosecuted for anything he did wrong whilst in office.

        • 177
          A Trim Carina says:

          Oh yes, but he did do it in the office.

        • 178
          Serious investor says:

          Like the sudden drop in the Feed in Tariff? Actually she’s been less corrupt than that tory minister who’s landed a big private sector job in windmills. It is a shame we demand honesty with the police when investigating a crime. After all, what are one’s wives for. Chauvinist pig.

          • melvin says:

            Thank goodness Tony Blair has never used any of his political contacts to scrape a living for himself and his luvverly wife and little kiddy.

  37. 83
    Perse O'Nally says:

    If she kept her big fat trap shut for a while, he’d have dropped himself in the shit. Stupid woman!!

  38. 85
    A Bloke says:

    She doesn’t seem like the kind of wife I’d like

    • 90
      Incapable Vince says:

      Anyone who marries a LibDem ought to they’re climbed into bed with a serpent ( no, not the one-eyed trouser snake )

  39. 89
    William Shakespeare says:

    Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned

  40. 91
    Sir Keith Joseph's Preserved Head says:

    When I’ve seen her on TV pontificating about the economy as an “expert” she’s always sounded quite english clearly that was her TV voice he she sounds like a mad greek…

    • 129
      (I don't need no doctor) says:

      She has only ever made three points worthy of mention.

    • 196
      Blowing Whistles says:

      Here are three points that the current and previous government have been trying to ‘speedily’ move along ‘without proper FACTUAL evidence’

      1 The EU
      2 Gay Marriage
      3 Climate Change

  41. 92
    Frederick says:

    How can a strong independent women liekl Vicky Price be forced into taking his points. She is going down.

  42. 96
    Anonymous says:

    It’s a sort of audio-voyeurism to listen to this. And I loved it.

    • 122
      Honest Opinion says:

      It was much less shocking that the text message exchange with Huhne junior, but much more annoying. (Not the article, just the sound of her voice…)

  43. 100
    Enemy of the State says:

    Well done, Guido, drinks all round. HUZZAH!

    • 182
      Tess of the D'Urbervilles says:

      But I’m just a little girl from a far-away farming family who hasn’t a clue what such a big, handsome, majestic politician such as you would want to do with me. (adjusts dress) (around the chest)

    • 195
      Blowing Whistles says:

      What about all the dirt that Murdoch holds against the Bliar and broon and the previous incumBENTS of the Labour party… come on Rupee – lets be aving you or are you still using it all as levyerage a la entrap/blackmail?

  44. 104
    Hamlet says:

    The instances that second marriage move
    Are base respects of thrift, but none of love.

  45. 106
    Hoon of the Huhnery says:

    What an utter tvrd Chris Huhne is.

  46. 107
    Just wondrin says:

    Horse burgers. Fast food?

  47. 109
    Witchy Poo says:

    I think Vicky may have won her game. What a despicable man Chris Huhne is. He has put his family through hell. What a thoroughly selfish, duplicitous, lying moron he is. Good riddance.

  48. 112
    EU Funded Pro EU Troll says:

    Vote UKIP.

  49. 116
    Britannia says:

    I see the censors have been out in force this afternoon

  50. 117
    Interesting topic for Social Studies Degree says:

    Compare and contrast Vicky Pryce and Sally Bercow.

    • 139
      Lol says:

      I’d have a pop at Sally after a few pints. No brewery in the world could get me pissed enough to touch Vicky with yours

  51. 121
    Boulton Paul Defiant says:

    Oh God, I’m starting to feel sorry for that hunt Huhne. This can’t be happening. Aaargh.

    • 193
      Blowing Whistles says:

      Don’t feel guilty – they both back in 2003 entered into a conspiracy. It ran along for a few years and suited both of them rather well ‘financially & politically’ [A politician and a city-type financial expert - indeed think about that kind of combination] then it was uncovered. Fact is they ‘both’ whatever has happened in the years since are guilty of the act. He has pleaded guilty – she if she can convince the jury about her marital coersion may get a lighter sentence.

      Was today the end of the defence arguments and how long do the prosecution estimate that they will take to put their version of events to the jury?

      I do hope that the jury – have been properly informed of their ‘power’ because so many legals play hookey [misleading and kowering them into being scared to speak out and ask questions - which is a right they do not really know of] with jurors every day in other not so high profile cases up and down the land.

  52. 126
    Lawyers for Huhne says:

    We are here for Huhne
    Free Parker pen just for perverting the course of justice.
    A gift of a prison cell for a yet to be determined period.
    A free copy of the Times delivered to your cell each day.
    A 20 stone cell mate.
    Tube of lubricant.
    A massive legal bill.

    • 132
      Michael Parkinson says:

      So that’s who was applying for all my pens.

      • 136
        (I don't need no doctor) says:

        Some people ask you, what was your best ever interview, tough one that. But what is not tough is ripping old people off, by using your fame.

  53. 127
    Operation Crossbow says:

    The BBC and Nu Labia are fucking unbelievable. After yesterday where bummer Burnham, twat boy Johnson and Gordon Brown all ignored the protests of the families of the those murdered on their watch by the NHS, today when Gove DOES LISTEN to the experts the BBC and Nu Labia accuse Gove of backtracking.

    Perhaps if bummer Burnham and Johnson had also listened to people when in charge there would not be thousands dead today thanks to their incompetence.

    From the way the BBC have acted anyone would think Gove had gone round stabbing kids in the face, compare that to the gentle blow jobs the BBC handed out to Nu Labia yesterday.

    • 145
      VERITAS says:

      It is the BBC what else would we expect,Stephani Flanders has just been on wetting her knickers at the appointment of the new Governor of the Bank of England because he will pursue a more vigourous attitude to stimulating the economy which is code for more borrowing and public spending errr arnt they they pokicies of her two former beaus Ballsup and Millicnut shurely not.

      • 158
        Operation Crossbow says:

        Flanders knickers are wet through from all the cum of her ex Labour boyfriends.

        • 183
          Face facts says:

          Stephanomics is more enamoured by the Eagle sisters/brothers and Yvette Cooper. Cock-a-hoop is one of the terms she has been seen bandying around.

    • 185
      Death is unthinkable, GCSES are heavenly says:

      The BBC well know that mention of atrocities, gross neglect and major public corruption is for a backpage of the website. What is mentionable is that GCSEs were going to be rebranded as one of several different, European-style (VOTE UKIP and TORY EQUALLY please you righty idiots) names.

      Even more shocking this was the reversal, backtrack, climb-down and u-turn that Senior Labour figures have been calling for, signalling a full retreat and suggesting that Miliband and Twigg the Shadow Education Minister listen to teachers’ objections. We also interviewed lots of leading education (STATE-THE-OBVIOUS) experts on the subject. Nick Robinson was unavailable for comment. (RECEIVING BLOW JOBS OFF TWIGG).

      • 186
        Robinson says:

        I’m still trying to work out which Shadow Labour Minister has got what it takes to give me the multiple orgasm in 50 Shades of Gray? It certainly wasn’t Brown last time.

      • 187
        Ann Robinson says:

        Actually it might have been me, well anyway it’s one of us. And the big fat bribes that the BBC gets with it help too. Watchdog in 2040 will have an exposé.

  54. 130

    Huhne is the ultimate Lib Dem.

  55. 131
    Tom Fatson says:

    Stand well clear, 25 stone of lard approaching at speed…

    • 134
      (I don't need no doctor) says:

      His organs must all be under stress. Imagine pumping blood around that tub of lard.

    • 135
      Restaurant Manager says:

      Relax we close at 6.30 and he was trying to stock up till dinner time

    • 143
      Casual Observer says:

      Known SA terrorist in NSPCC possibly connected with arms supply to Rwanda / Uganda and certain ex PM / Chief Whip ?

    • 149
      Old Blue Eyes says:

      It would look much better if it read “A Portcullis House hurtling through a stressed looking Tom Watson”

    • 161
      Operation Crossbow says:

      Not as stressed as the bench the fat cuunt sits on in the Commons.

    • 179
      excellent says:

      moving quicker than an Aussie sportsman when the drugs testers arrive

      • 228
        Matty Matix says:

        No wonder they have been so successful at everything for the past few years.

        Must have ex-east German coaches or maybe Chinese – there are millions of them in Oz these days.

  56. 138
    Prophylactic Pete says:

    This is the last award buff-huhne will ever receive:

    http://www.shrubmonkey.com/index.php/40-cotd/1717-february-4th-2013-chris-huhne

  57. 141
    Findus says:

    Lasagne?

    They’re Off !!

  58. 142
    Ian E says:

    Oh bless! What a lovely couple.

  59. 144
    VERITAS says:

    On the subject of our woeful political class it has just been announced that Viscount Ridley aka Matt Ridley has been elected as one of the 48 hereditary peers still allowed in the House of Lords by the other 47 amongst his challengers was Lord Moat akak Douglas Hogg.Ridley comes with a deal of baggage all bad,as Matt Ridley he was Chairman of Northern Rock when it was dishing out 125per cent mortgages to people who couldnt afford them and anyone who remembers the grilling given to him by the Treasury Select committe could well ask how on earth can he be part of this countries legislature.Its time,indeed long past,when we should rid ourselves of this chamner which contains other such notables as Jeffry Archer,Baroness Uddin et al are we all daft?

    • 146
      Lard Pressclott of Beams, Bellies, Banjos, Bulimia, two bog seats, two Jags & Shags. says:

      Yes.

      • 155
        Tachybaptus says:

        But on average, the hereditaries are less disgusting than the life peers. The hereditaries are blameless descendants of the thugs who got the peerage in the first place. The proportion of good and bad is the same as for the rest of the population. But the life peers are a mixture of senile corrupt ex-MPs, profiteering business moguls who have bought their titles with party donations, and elderly nogoodniks from the media and other haunts of riffraff. There is hardly a sound man or woman among them.

        • 156
          VERITAS says:

          Agreed even more reason to get rid of the whole lot PDQ

          • Tachybaptus says:

            Keep the hereditaries as a restraining influence on the lunatic excesses of either party in the HoC. If supplies run dry, ennoble more for the usual reasons, BUT with the proviso that only their descendants, not themselves, can go to the HoL. It’s jury government by a different system, just as fair or unfair as selecting people at random.

          • Theorist says:

            You have a good idea of randomness being an ideal solution. You could have a people’s lottery of:
            1. All people in academia aged over 55 being eligble for a life peerage or,
            2. All people in certain careers (far more controversial as some tend to be too thick and bored to want to do all that second wave fine detail scrutiny and most tend to be too Tory-dominated).
            As at the moment about 20% of the life peers gained their money through dubious means.

          • i'm inside says:

            Another 25% bought their way in one way or another.

          • Matty Matix says:

            Did the pay the Levy levy?

  60. 147
    Wondering says:

    Are all Libs bent, liars and cheats?

    • 190
      Zeitgeist today in Strawberry Hill says:

      Actually know. Would you like to come to Twickenham, Sutton or Kingston? We have three rather splendid Lib Dems.

  61. 152
    Andrew says:

    They deserve each other and should remain married. If they remarry there will be four unhappy people instead of two.

    • 171
      Cameronianbeast says:

      Yes but do they have the option of a civil partnerhip or a marriage?
      very confusing

  62. 168
    Greekbeast says:

    I can tell you all that an ex of mine got me sent to prison for dropping my trousers outside of our house
    Women are very vindictive
    On the plus side we have got rid of a scumbag and his wife will also be going to the big house
    Mrs Beast(pbuh) didnt get done as she retracted her story and I was guilty of the offences that I was acussed of (Ilitterarsey)
    Masturbation has a lot going for it

  63. 174
    Guy Martin to win TT2013 says:

    Having listened to that tape, is the jury really going to find that she was oppressed?

  64. 175
    Cameronianbeast says:

    She has the accent of a neighbour of mine who comes from the same area
    Like Chris her ex husband gets rid of old dogs (58? dont do me a favour darlin)
    He is also a war criminal and cheat
    This Huhne should be strapped to a windmill and slowly roasted over an open fire

  65. 181
    an -extelly tax payer says:

    How much did the BBC pay this Pryce woman during the time she knew that she had committed a crime?

  66. 192
    Blowing Whistles says:

    Stop Press! Breaking News …

    The Food Standards Agency have announced that 100 % of MP’s have been found to be speaking total and utter horseshit for decades.

    Also in a further development the 100 % of MP’s have also been found to have been attempting to get the public to eat that horseshit for decades as well.

  67. 197
    Yvonne from the Colliers Arms Clydach says:

    With friends like Isabel Oakshit who needs enemies ?

    • 202
      Abdel from Tooting says:

      I think this woman works for the Times .

      Clearly Leveson is spot on.

      You cannot have the Press taking sides and carrying on like this ;

      It is just not cricket .

    • 204
      Blowing Whistles says:

      Perhaps I will check out her family tree. Probably from the the dead tree press ranks even?

  68. 200
    That man of yours says:

    Chris Huhne wishes he could ‘turn back the clock’. Which let’s face it is yet another serious motoring offence

  69. 215
    Stu says:

    Pryceless

  70. 216
    I'm sure theres only a minir risk they will prosecute ou says:

    Can I venture that Pryce was ill advised to take “legal advice” from the idiot journalist Oakeshott.

    • 218
      Barry Leveson and Mr J says:

      The moral of the story is don’t use electronic mail. Go back to good old pen and paper if you don’t wan’t the lawyers and bizzies finding out.

      • 219
        Trust me Im a journalist says:

        I would have thought the moral of the story was dont take legal advice from a journalist whos itching to get a scoop !

  71. 221
    Sorry remind me again why did I vote Tory in the last election ? says:

    With Goves climbdown we have yet another u turn from Camorons government. So in short we are still in the EUSSR, no bonfire of the quangos and an even bigger defict than under Brown. On the plus side men will shortly be able to marry each other.

  72. 222
    Horse with no name says:

    She should also be found guilty on the basis of these tapes. Complete bunny boiler

  73. 233
    Zeus says:

    “I looked at this and realised I had absolutely no choice. I was already nominated. It looked like a complete fait accompli for me and for him.

    “I had been worn down over a period of time and it looked to me like it was the only thing I could possibly do.

    “It didn’t look to me like I had any choice at all in the matter so I took this pen and signed, protesting all the time, but I did it.”

    Of course she had a choice. This equally odious, manipulative, vindictive woman is as guilty as her ex-husband in all of this. That she of all people was coerced into doing anything she did not want to do is totally unbelieveable. She and her nasty, reptilian ex-husband enjoyed the limelight of him being an MP, the lifestyle it afforded them and their family. So, naturally,she was quite prepared to let sleeping points lie until her husband ran off with a bi-sexual Afghan hound.

    If she is convicted, make sure she serves her time in the same cell as Huhne.

  74. 239
    Teddyfur says:

    Ugly Ugly (puts head in hands ) Ugly people.

  75. 242
    They fear the hare says:

    A few months inside at her majesty’s pleasure is going to be a walk in the park compared to being married to that …


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“Farage is a snake oil salesman, but a very good one. His supposed anti-immigration stance is all smoke and mirrors, as is his carefully cultivated image as a ‘man of the people’. The truth is that UKIP is a pro-immigration party that exists to lobby for the interests of the City of London.”



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