February 15th, 2013

Quote of the Day

Lady McAlpine dismisses Sally Bercow and Philip Schofield:

“and she was the first one kicked out… He began in children’s television with his thumb stuck up a glove puppet.”


7 Comments

  1. 1
    lescrompsblogg says:

    Keeping it classy Lady Mac

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  2. 2
    Parasite says:

    I am so glad that all the heinous right wing conspiracy theories about Westminster being awash with paedophiles put about by swivel eyed cranks like Brian Gerrish have been rigorously and scientifically refuted. I can now sleep easy, safe in the knowledge that in the UK all prominent paedophiles are television personalities and light entertainers, and that paedophiles in high politics simply don’t exist.

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  3. 3
    Viv says:

    Surely it’s SB with the glove puppet?

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  4. 4
    Newageofconsciousness says:

    One day… one day…

    The public will rise and the TRUTH will come out.

    One day…

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  5. 5
    KiddellyFiddellingNation Street says:

    Schofield should look closer to home if he wants to rouse our suspicions on certain individuals inappropriate behaviour towards children.

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  6. 6
    Jayne says:

    Is she related to the one who wrote the book about how to be a lying cheating scum bag in politics, set up a fake rumour then come back when the rumour has spread and clean up? Kerching!
    Anyone know if Daves mates have been dragged into the nick yet? Of course not – how silly I am, we’re in operation tory filth protection mode yet again aren’t we?

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