February 8th, 2013

Lambeth Labour Laughing Stock

Yesterday Guido brought you news of Lambeth’s Labour council and their shameless taxpayer-funded propaganda. Streatham Tories have done a funny in return:

Good point, well made…


56 Comments

  1. 1
    Quality! says:

    A1!

    • 18
      Rage Against the Political Elite says:

      Is it just me or is it starting to show to the brain washed sheep, that everything the government touches,, Turns to Rats Shit! What University course teaches these Useless bunch of Wankers who have infiltrated the State apparatus and are as much use as a chocolate fire guard. They LIE, The Job is to difficult for them and they have the morals of alley cats.

    • 19
      Porton Down says:

      we are concerned about Toynbee’s yeast infections

    • 45
      Ahead of the game says:

      Bung is such a vague word for people from BBC lala land (aka Dulwich!) or say Vauxhall to understand. I would go so far as to say “fraudulently spend as a gross abuse of taxpayer funds on a politically centred Union”…

  2. 2
    Lambeth Labour have previous says:

    • 46
      Ahead of the game says:

      Hopefully Guido will remove this irrelevant personal council complaint about making loud bangs in a flat and being “wrongly accused” and “held responsible”.

  3. 3
    Why isn't Andy Burnham in Prison for Crimes Against Humanity? says:

    Too little too late

    • 6
      Legal Eagle says:

      Because he has not been prosecuted yet.

      • 23
        Why isn't Andy Burnham in Prison for Crimes Against Humanity? says:

        Why not?

        • 26
          Legal Eagle says:

          Still gathering evidence, and someone needs to make an application to the ICC so they can indict him.

          • Prof. of Int Human Rights says:

            The ICC would close ranks around a minister who has potentially been at worst misadvised as to what is going on in Stafford. The facts are the civil service looks like fools for targeting only money. Those who led Blair’s foray into major public health building ON CREDIT coupled with aggressive targets (obviously the only step politically acceptable due to the need to rein in tax rises during the Labour years and PHARMA companies very predictably increasing prices) look like the inadvertent killers. Yes that includes Brown and Blair for entering those health contracts all the way. You can’t fund shiny new hospitals without major tax rises or without deaths.

  4. 4
    Don Collier says:

    Big difference is Labour’s propaganda was paid for out of tax payers money while Streatham Conservatives paid for it out of Donor contributions.

    Awkward for Labour

    • 24
      A Citizen says:

      They don’t care. Don’t you get it? They think that pubilc money is their money.

    • 36
      Anonymous says:

      What about Kensington Tory council’s propaganda?Endless photos of their weirdo councillors (those not in jail for kiddie porn offences).

    • 48
      Ahead of the game says:

      The Conservatives are not in charge of a public body in Streatham unlike Labour in Lambeth. If you are comparing a local political party promoting for new members against a tax-raising body that is publically accountable running as their lead information one particular benefits-related policy as their main, graphic news item, then you are a sad Labour Troll.

  5. 5
    Ha Ha Ha says:

    Health !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    • 7
      Jimmy Sav!le W**k Fest says:

      In hindsight it was hiding in plain sight:

      (Andy B = Tall bloke in the middle dressed in black…)

      • 13
        Paniagua says:

        Is he carrying a scythe?

        • 20
          Rage Against the Political Elite says:

          This WAS a promotion of the NHS for Sale to some Chinese private equity group.

          • Tessa Jowell Shadow Olympics Minister says:

            Yes it was more after-sales. They have already got shares in hospital building companies. We just didn’t want to put taxes up to cover any of the costs as we’d rather we make Trust Chief Executives feel under job pressure to squeeze their labour force for cost cuts and damn the consequences. On the plus side we should have paid off the Chinese by 2050 and get shares and give loans for their new hospital rebuilding programme. The difference being they’ll be aiming to let people live to 130, whereas here let’s face it we’re lucky to get to 80!

    • 16
      Marmite says:

      Diane Fatbut shallow HEALTH Minister? That obese harridan? Milibandwagon must have a terrific sense of humour.

      Strewth, God give me strength!

    • 17
      Raving Loon says:

      shadow minister for burgers

    • 30
      damned impertinent questions says:

      Ah now gurls …we know you just love sausages

      • 38
        i'm inside says:

        She got the job after an audition involving some Scotch Bonnets, a little reggae reggae sauce and a rather larger than usual labour frontbench sausage. Hmm.

    • 41
      Catty Comment (Ms) says:

      Well, I suppose we must be grateful for small mercies then.

  6. 8
    Tom Watson says:

    Do you think I actually purchase bargain basement when I am not paying ?

    • 55
      Mental Barry from Parkhurst says:

      Goddamn horsemeat in processed meat. Suppose you don’t mind the usual eyelids, labia, toenails and rectums which belong to the cow.

  7. 9
    Labour Policy Wonk says:

    I did tell him that banning Frosties would not be a big enough distraction, but did he listen ?

  8. 10
    Yeah right, pull the other one says:
  9. 11
    anon. says:
    • 12
      anon. says:

      #ffs

    • 14
      Raving Loon says:

      Tim Yeo approves.

    • 15
      Paniagua says:

      Great that’s 20% of the budget spunked away then. (Not that the other 80% isn’t wasted)

    • 21
      JH3242523452134 says:

      ‘Climate action’ is a perfect destination for EU funny-money in that it offers extensive opportunities for corruption and graft, while being impossible to analyse in terms of identifiable beneficial outcomes of the spending.

      Ker-ching for the purveyors of eco-bollox and non-language.

    • 25
      EdButLookBalls says:

      That’s the Chinese well worried then about EU competitiveness!!

    • 42
      Catty Comment (Ms) says:

      Connie!!! Is your headguard damaged?

    • 53
      Tarquin Romulus Needlethrush says:

      Wonderful news!
      Bootler, bring me my riding gear and a strong leather belt. I wish to celebrate!

  10. 31
    Anne.D.Bernam says:

    I wonder who helped Mid Staffs hospital to achieve trust status.?

  11. 33
    Labour=Waste says:

    Excellent campaigning that shows how Labour support the greedy and the workshy.

    • 35
      Anonymous says:

      And what about Eric Pickles £70,000 Jag? Why did he get rid if the £20,000 car his predecessor had?

      • 43
        Curly says:

        Probably wasn’t fitted with wide enough doors.

        • 50
          My teather can be pulled says:

          It was probably to impress his Chinese owners (and all of our creditors at that, following a fairly heavy you might say, public spending diet led by Prescott)

  12. 34
    Anonymous says:

    We get a propaganda rag from our Tory council – whose leader spend a fortune of our money on a Bentley for his exclusive use.

    • 44
      Curly says:

      German jobs for German workers?

      • 51
        Proud to be British (must be a minority) says:

        Yes but I see a good deal of the Bentley brand’s profits end up on these shores. Now I know it’s some of it the sellers some of whom lazily rely on the banks to bring in a return (guffaw!) but it also includes others who spend their days away in this country enjoying life. Which is the purpose of life. If a politican promoted that like the “Bella Vita and Dolce Vita” here more you might find our economic fortunes change overnight.

  13. 39
    As Quotes to Note says:

    Have been checking “Guido Fawkes” (Paul Staines) on line and found the following remark from “Bonfire”:

    “Fawkes is a right wing nutter who supported the contras. Now we have a dummy to burn on bonfire night.”

    • 52
      Ahead of the game says:

      He does tend to focus on abuse of position more than poverty this is true, but right-wing nutter is unjustified. Who are the contras?

  14. 54
    Keen nose says:

    Talking of wasting taxpayer’s money, what has the Food Standards Agency quango been doing about this horsemeat caper?

    The horsemeat was discovered by people in the Irish Republic who actually UNDERTOOK some inspection and enforcement.

    Mind you it was good to see FSA boss Cathy Brown squirm when the BBC interviewer asked “If the Irish discovered the meat scam, why didn’t we?

    The coalition promised a bonfire of the quangos that would save us all a few quid. Evidently not it seems:

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2136423/The-quango-high-life–How-bosses-travelling-style-expense.html#axzz2KRbmhLFN


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It’s money innit.


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