February 22nd, 2013

Pervy Lord Rennard Cover Up Accusation

Guido has always maintained LibDem peer and expenses cheat Lord Rennard was a bit of a wrong un. The dam began to crack on C4 News last night:

Bridget Harris, a former special adviser to Mr Clegg, said that in a hotel bar at a party conference, the peer repeatedly touched her legs without permission. “I had to physically move away from him,” she said. “He suggested that we take our coffees upstairs to his room.” Mrs Harris said she reported the incident to party managers, but nothing was done.Another, anonymous, Lib Dem woman, told the channel that the peer once “shoved his hand down the back of my dress”.

The LibDems have finally launched an investigation. They should take a look at any influence he had on the candidate selection process…

See also: this is from 2009: Rennard Round-Up

UPDATE: Rennard has quit his policy role to fight allegations. When he stood down before it was for “family reasons”.


  1. 1
    Connaisseur says:

    I misread you quote that “he suggested that we take our coffees upstairs to his room”

    as “to take our coffers upstairs to his room”

    This must come from reading this blog too much…

  2. 2
    Jack Profumo says:

    Did you know he was called “Rutting Rennard” at school?

  3. 3
    EU Funded Pro-EU Troll says:

    Vote UKIP.

  4. 4
    genghiz the kahn says:

    Lib Dems tried hard at covering other things up like Charlie Kennedy and drink before a General Election.

  5. 5
    BBC says:

    We suggest redaction as a good way to get away with it.

  6. 6
    Operation Crossbow says:

    Shove your hand downthe dress of most female Limp Dims and all you will feel is meat and two veg

  7. 7
    Tom2023 says:

    My only surprise about this Liberal Democrat sexual harassment allegation is that a woman was involved!

  8. 8
    Handycock says:

    Disgraceful behaviour…

  9. 9
    Semi latent homo Dave Cameron fantasists says:

    vote for dave – for more government, more taxes, more eu, more immigration.

    vote for dave for more new, new labour policies.

    vote for dave – vote blue labour

  10. 10
    Chris says:

    “shoved his hand down the BACK of my dress”

    Jeez, she must have been a dog.

  11. 11
    A miserable old bastard says:

    They also tried to cover up their complete and utter incompetence, total dishonesty and lack of any realistic, worthy or workable policies.

  12. 12
    Steve Miliband says:

    Tuition fee pledges

  13. 13
    Sandra in Accounts says:

    Strauss-Khan, the BBC, the Lib Dems – what is it about these lefty progressives & sexual perversion?

  14. 14
    B Boyd says:

    …and the alleged perpetrator didn’t have a beard…or sandals. Very odd.

  15. 15
    The Major says:

    Vote for Fawlty!

    Then we get Miliband and Labour! Foot, shot!

  16. 16
    rebekah aka nellnewman says:

    ‘launched an investigation’?

    Will this be as ‘effective’ as the investigation into the anti-israel libdem mp david ward?

  17. 17
    David Icke says:

    They are all Lizards.

  18. 18
    Absentee Voter says:

    The only reason women join the DimLibs is that they think they will be safe from sexual advances from their male colleagues. Not so sure about the female ones though.

  19. 19
    Call me Dave mincing into oblivion says:

    How dare he touch a member of the opposite sex when I have spent so long on making it OK to touch a member of the same sex.

  20. 20
    T'Old Fella says:

    Is it any worse than tories knocking off their secretaries getting them familywise or tory peers using upmarket prosies and giving them a payoff of £2500 in a brown envelope or another mp (to the amazement of everyone) having an asignation with another tory mp. or a serial letch tory now dead who had wishes regarding Margaret T

  21. 21

    Handsome piece of stuff who has no doubt kept himself in good trim, as witness the photo, to prolong his appeal to the female sex.

  22. 22
    T'Old Fella says:

    You made that one up for effect

  23. 23
    Glyn H says:

    Was this story not around four years ago?
    And what about the Brown millions stolen to give him credibility – by giving it to the Liberals!
    Vote Dog Lovers Party! Actually Eastleigh would have been a good election for someone to resurrect Brons highly entertaining intervention.

  24. 24
    John Profumo says:

    Yes, how dare they!

    Sexual shenanigans used to be the preserve of the Conservative party!

  25. 25
    Pressclot's sectary says:

    He touched me with an inappropriate little thing.

  26. 26
    Point of Information says:

    Liberal : The clue is in the name.

    Part of liberalism is promiscuity and zero moral standards.

    If the women are prudish about these issues they should join the Conservatives. The clue is in the name.

  27. 27
    Sandra in Accounts says:

    Why keep voting for the same Lib / Lab / Con disease?

    Vote for the cure – no matter how forlorn the hope – at least we get to take down that smug usurper git Cameron.

    Vote UKIP

  28. 28
    Point of Information says:

    At least the secretaries and whores were being paid and not expected to put out for free.

    That’s a difference.

  29. 29
    Cyril Smith through a childrens home Ouija board says:

    Couldn’t agree more.

  30. 30
    T'Old Fella says:

    I am beginning to wonder if Fawlty Towers was better run than the present omni-shambles, yes Vote Basil Fawlty – at least when the country goes down the plug hole we will all be laughing

  31. 31
    A miserable old bastard says:

    So what. Cameron had two tasks. Only two. 1) reduce immigration and 2) reduce the debt.

    He’s failed spectacularly and totally on both counts; hundreds of thousands more immigrants have arrived since 2010, 29 million Romanians can move here from 2014, he’s pushing for Turkey to join the EU (another 80 million knocking at our door) and he’s just told more than one billion Indians that there’s “no limit” to how many of them can move here.

    On the debt front, he’s already increased it by £300,000,000,000. That’s some reduction.

    Don’t reward Cameron for his epic failure. Vote UKIP, sack Dave. If we get Miliband as a result, who cares. It’ll be no worse than what we’re lumbered with now.

  32. 32

    The picture has changed since I posted this but nothing has improved. The original, if anyone wants to be frightened, is on the link next to it (DT).

  33. 33
    Lateral Thought says:

    Why didn’t Newman work deeper cover on this story ?

  34. 34
    Vince Cabel says:

    Stop this

    He is the best thing the LibDems have produced since that glorious Old Etonian Jeremy Thorpe of blessed memory, who was done down by the newspaper I write for…

  35. 35
    rebekah aka nellnewman says:


    looks to me that he is in shape and inclination of a very similar ilk to prezza!

  36. 36
    Where are Tony Blair's expenses says:

    What about Huhne lying in his camaign literature. Clegg and co didn’t seem yo have any problem with that.

    Or Laws and his £40k of expenses fraud.

  37. 37
    Legal Beagle says:


    Can you please name this man’s threatening lawyers?

    We can the add them to our blacklist of bent solicitors…

  38. 38
    National Socialism is Socialism says:

    The clue is in the name.

  39. 39
    T'Old Fella says:

    It was just his belly that got in the way

  40. 40
    Factoid says:

    Are you a Conservative M.P. with a majority of under 10,000 ? If so you had better start planning for life away from the trough after 2015.

    You only hope is to DUMP THE CNUT DAVE now.

  41. 41
    A Doctor says:

    Simple answer.

    Parkinson’s is treated with L-dopa.

    A side effect of dopamine is sexual disinhibition.

    Ask the ladies ‘were his hands shaking at the time?’

  42. 42
    The Major says:

    We are in a stupid coalition because people voted UKIP because they wanted to get out of the EU.
    The point is made. Why let in Labour who are pro EU, pro spending and pro everything else us rightwingers are anti

  43. 43
    Jess The Dog says:

    Interesting how many women seem to have helped cover it up. Power and party before equality.

  44. 44
    fabians ARE EVIL says:

    Can’t we all just admit it? the limp dems are just a very sad bunch of very odd people

  45. 45

    He is only 52 years old, nell.

    He has maintained himself suitably to match his age with his weight in imperial measure (equivalent to 6.35 kg).

  46. 46
    The dogs of agreeing libel says:

    Woof !

  47. 47
    the PBT says:

    come off it

    politics is sex drugs and the lolly to afford sex and drugs

    its safer that way – imagine what would happen if politicians got hold of your money!

  48. 48
    Dave and his Gaymates says:

    No longer with those wimmin thingies. We are go for nice young tw inky spads nowadays

  49. 49

    Celebrate today which is Ricky Gervais is not funny day.

    *Thought that was every day*

  50. 50
    Ah! Monika 2013 +1 says:

    As Littlejohn asks;

    ” Why is the call to jury duty available in 8 languages?”

    Why not 26?

  51. 51
    Prezza says:


  52. 52
    Absentee Voter says:

    Or if the ladies wish to get serious they can join the Labour party. The clue is in the name.

  53. 53
    Ah! Monika 2013 +1 says:

    Could you rephrase that please. Some might think you were referring to condoms :)

  54. 54
    True Blue Tory says:

    Tories should be proud of their history in the sexual domain

    At least we can get it up and produce children

    We are hereditary producers

    Unlike all these imposter Lib Dems and Labourites who only pretend and then go badger spotting…

  55. 55
    T'Old Fella says:

    Geedo,do not ever let your eyes wander old lad, after all this going after Hemmers and friends, even your new boss Rupy decided to do a “trade in” few years ago, very acrimonious

  56. 56
    Eastleigh Watch says:

    The timing of this report is of note.

    If Huhne had been sentenced this week, with this and the other Lib Dem sleaze being outed, the odds would have credibly been re-stacked in Labour’s favour would they not ?

    Despite the Labour candidate supporting terrorism and the murder of politicians.

  57. 57
    Casual Observer says:

    He is a magnificent specimen of a Westminster troughing porker. A walking barrel of lard. The fat greedy cnut.

  58. 58
    Jess The Dog says:

    Abuse of power runs through the core of every politician like the word ‘Blackpool’ in a stick of rock. Whether it is ‘inappropriate behaviour’, haunting children’s homes, fiddling expenses, blustering about marriage before visiting Hampstead Heath of an evening, lying to voters, screwing anything that isn’t nailed down, preaching one thing and doing the opposite, sending other people’s sons and daughters to die in wars….they are all exactly the same.

  59. 59

    Given the recent débâcle, is English any longer necessary?

  60. 60
    Liberal Zombie says:

    On the equality issue, no one is stopping the women from making unwanted advances on the men are they ?

    Vote Liberal.

  61. 61
    Carina Trimbush says:

    Just say which way you want me to play, and you can grope me anytime, Foxy Mark II

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  63. 63
    Russian Oligarch (and his bent City solicitors) says:

    The call to jury duty should only be in Russian

    That way we will never get convicted

    PS You do not know that we are free from prosecution in London already, unlike Moscow from which we are still pillaging $billions

  64. 64
    It was definitely my turn Teresa says:

    So nobody ever got groped in the Conservative Party? Pull the other one!

  65. 65
    T'Old Fella says:

    Geedo,do not ever let your eyes wander old lad, after all this going after Hemmers and friends, even your new boss Rupy decided to do a “trade in” few years ago, very acrimonious

  66. 66
    LibDemslike their women rough. says:

    “They should take a look at any influence he had on the candidate selection process…”

    Now Lynne Featherstone I can get my head around. But Sarah Teather and Jenny Tongue?

    Are you sure it wasn’t Chris Huhne who was influencing the candidate selections Guido?

  67. 67
    Casual Observer says:

    The gentleman to whom you refer is a mercenary little git who is funny in the way cancer that has gone into remission then comes back in the liver for a laugh is.

    What did he do to upset you today though ?

  68. 68
    Tarquin!!! says:

    That is a bit worrying coming from a party that is looking increasingly like a bunch of shirtlifters.

  69. 69
    Sir Edward says:

    The named Hampstead Heath after me.

  70. 70
    Alan Rusbridger, interminable pianist says:

    Today I will be mostly performing Dick In A Box by Justin Timberlake.

  71. 71
    Yvonne from The Colliers Arms Clydach says:

    If true this is truly disgusting particularly as this man goes overseas representing my country.

    It is fair to say that the guy denies any wrong doing so he is entitled to be regarded as innocent .

    At the very least there should be an urgent internal Libdem Inquiry to clear the matter up hopefully before the end of the week end . Paddy Ashdown would be well suited to this job .

    The other way out would of course be to make a formal complaint to the Police and let them sort it .

    Anyway the allegation needs to be sorted and not left to innuendo.

  72. 72
    Dishonourable Member says:

    Psst !! Dave, you wanna nice fresh young boy? I’ve got several you can choose from.

  73. 73
    M Oaten says:

    They didn’t try very hard to cover me up.

  74. 74
    Paniagua says:

    That’s the third picture change.
    What’s up are his lawyers unhappy that the other pictures showed his many chins?

  75. 75
    Jenny says:

    Hey! Why do you think I’m called Tongue?

  76. 76
    Like an Eton prefect says:

    Harsh but fair.

  77. 77
    PC Dixon says:

    Another bloody LibDem cover up! Always the same with these dishonest polititions isn’t it – do what I say not what I do.

  78. 78
    Terry Lean says:

    His big mistake is in being heterosexual, anything else would be acceptable.

  79. 79
    T'Old Fella says:

    Churchill’s drinky problem wasn’t mentioned it is the worst thing for depression (Black Dog), the high is ok but the down takes you very far down

  80. 80
    Tracey says:

    Thanks for the tip John.

  81. 81
    Rink Scott says:

    Same old Liberals.

  82. 82
    Typo hound says:

    “Lord Rennard was a bit a wrong un.”

    The missing of.

  83. 83
    Political Sex Prefs says:

    Up for debate:

    Lib Dems: Groping
    Labour: Hand Jobs
    Conservatives: Blow Jobs (but Fabricant has opened debate)

    UKIP : ?

    How does this influence swing votes ?

  84. 84
    Steve Miliband says:

    The pips are squeaking

    If the Tories want to be elected in 2015 then Osborne has to be bold. It’s shit or bust time.

    Raising taxes will not work – people are holding back to avoid taxes.

    Cut taxes! Cut them in the budget, then watch spending return!

  85. 85
    PC Dixon says:


  86. 86
    Toy Boys R Us says:

    We charge LibDem women extra. They are so fuggly and mentally repulsive, that it takes our guys a week to recover from screwing one of them

  87. 87
    Frederick Gideon Threepwood says:

    Conservative: the clue is in the attendance list at the Elm Guest House.

  88. 88
    Libertarian says:

    Quite right, shocking gender bias there. Only the LGTBQ should be harassed.

  89. 89
    Sir William Wade says:

    Well, it makes a change from putting his hands into our pockets.

  90. 90
    Ah! Monika 2013 +1 says:

    ‘I slept with Arsenal striker': Councillor dubbed one of highest paid in the UK makes extraordinary claim on his blog ( Mail)

    I wonder haw many goals were scored

  91. 91
    Frederick Gideon Threepwood says:

    The Tories a bunch of shirtlifters? More like a bunch of nappy lifters.

  92. 92
    One Term Dave says:

    Whatever the result in Eastleigh I will continue using my superb PR skills to make sure I am re-elected in 2015.

  93. 93
    Sir William Wade says:

    If, however, they want a good night’s sleep……UKIP.

  94. 94
    Frederick Gideon Threepwood says:

    Perhaps if they avoid a cover up it will set a precedent for the Tories to tell the truth about the death of Stephen Milligan.

  95. 95
    Braindead in Eastleigh says:

    Libdems for evva!

  96. 96
    Ah! Monika 2013 +1 says:

    Could you please explain why you feel the need to keep returning to the top of the page?????

  97. 97
    Hampstead Luvvy says:

    We have some top of the range cottages around here.

  98. 98
    The Far Right says:

    Labour cover-up in Islington / support of PIE.

    The 25 figure needs to be raised as more have been prosecuted since.

  99. 99
    Ah! Monika 2013 +1 says:

    No! ???? is not a sign of Parkinson’s.

  100. 100
    Lost in Clacton says:

    Has anyone warned Mrs Fox?

  101. 101
    Blaming Dave says:

    So what’s Dave gonna do come 2015 when all his newly wed shirtlifters suddenly realise that marriage is a pain in the arse and want divorces?

  102. 102
    T'Old Fella says:

    Now then, it is not just Dave be fair, a leader is only good as his generals if they are lacking it makes the leader look bad, most of them are old Oxbridge chums and major public school boys with very few exceptions, loyalty is what draws them together, jolly good chaps and all that sort of thing.

  103. 103
    Frederick Gideon Threepwood says:

    Covering up drinking is a long tradition in all parties. When I was at University Willie Whitelaw was guest at a college dinner. He drank so much he had to be carried to his car by his security.

  104. 104
    The Far Right says:

    Baby-P etc. Labour kills : Ask Andy Burnham.

  105. 105
    Sitting Bull says:

    You speak with a forked one?

  106. 106
    blacklist? Blacklist? That's wacist in my little black book says:

    ‘We can the add them to our blacklist of bent solicitors…’


    Are there any other types of solicitors/lawyers/politicians other than bent?

  107. 107
    A miserable old bastard says:

    “an urgent internal Libdem Inquiry”

    Or “group hug”, as the LibDems would call it. Followed by warm lentil soup (wooden bowls, natch), a multiculti diversity celebration as they bang away on a Djembe for 20 dreadful minutes, followed by a mutual masturbatíon session and another group hug.

    I hate them.

  108. 108
    Frederick Gideon Threepwood says:

    A bit rich from the party that found Domestos Hutchings.

  109. 109
    Dave Cameron says:

    I want a full audit of this man’s expenses on my desk by 2.00 PM today.

  110. 110
    Ex long term Tory supporter says:

    You’re fucking dead in the water mate.

  111. 111
    Sandra in Accounts says:

    I will take this slow for you.

    So in order to stop Red Labour Dave Cameron has become Red Labour, adopting their policies wholesale?

    Dave & George are borrowing, taxcing & spending MORE than McRuin – how hard is that for you to grasp?

    A vote for Dave Cameron is a vote for more Labour policies & financial ruin.

    A vote for Dave Cameron is a vote for the further destruction of British heritage, culture & history.

    Vote UKIP.

  112. 112
    Frederick Gideon Threepwood says:

    And I believe Leon Brittan, Peter Bottomley and many more agree with you.

  113. 113
    Red Egg Millitit.....National Socialist. says:

    Lib Dems are an odious bunch…….

  114. 114
    Ex long term Tory supporter says:

    Bliar went Kaff lick, so Dave will go Moozie

  115. 115
    Frederick Gideon Threepwood says:

    A relatively harmless (although disgraceful) habit compared with all those Tory MPs at the Elm Guest House.

  116. 116
    A Liberal Groupie says:

    Renynard is a sly old fox.

  117. 117
    Cabinet Maker says:

    Their loyalties are being split primarily by Europe, and the scale of screw up left behind by Labour. Having the Lib Dem retards in the tent as well is not helping matters.

  118. 118
    T'Old Fella says:

    28 On expenses?

  119. 119
    Gonk says:

    I dunno, I spose it’s me.

  120. 120
    Frederick Gideon Threepwood says:

    Probably not; although it will be a lot more effective than the Tory investigation into the Elm Guest House scandal. To be fair I suppose the Tories were unusually effective in disbanding the original investigation the day before the plods were to arrest 16 criminals, including several Tory MPs.

  121. 121
    Financial Services Industry says:

    Shredding and denial works a treat son.

  122. 122
    Lib Dem Mong says:

    We need an investigation into who talked; we need to label them as homophobic, anti-semitic, nazi, tory, eu-hating, 4×4 driving scum.

  123. 123
    Jesus says:

    How very dare you!

  124. 124
    Ah! Monika 2013 +1 says:

    The Express using a stock photo of Aspirin ( 300mg ) to support a story about low dose Aspirin ( 75 mg )

    They better concentrate on the next ‘Artic Blast ‘ coming our way

  125. 125
    The Far Right says:

    Steady on: Hutching’s thickness is putting her in Lu Blue territory now.

  126. 126
    Frederick Gideon Threepwood says:

    I would not dream of labelling anyone a Tory unless I could show they hung around childrens homes in the 80s and 90s.

  127. 127
    Paniagua says:

    Funny that but when you close the page down and then reopen it always goes to the top of the page.

    A free pen just for enquiring is a sign of Parkinsons the man

    a ‘ in Parkinsons is a sign of Dementia

  128. 128
    Frederick Gideon Threepwood says:

    This from the party that promoted the Elm Guest House in its literature? I sure am looking forward to the arrests Exaro reports are imminent.

  129. 129
    Tracey says:

    You must feel a right tit, Prezza

  130. 130
    Paniagua says:

    F’ing modbot

    Was it Davis S.emen?

  131. 131
    Frederick Gideon Threepwood says:

    A bit unlikely given that Putin has already secured the entire wealth of Moscow and transferred it to overseas accounts.

  132. 132
    The Far Right says:

    Labour 25 + 19 : Convicted so far.

    Harman: Support of PIE.
    Hodge: Cover up Islington

  133. 133
    Ah! Monika 2013 +1 says:

    Makes sense to someone.

    Soldiers made to wear hi-vis jackets over camouflage gear while on manoeuvres.

  134. 134
    The Major says:

    It’s a coalition government!!!!!!!!!!! The Liberals have too much influence on true conservative policies.

    Labour left the country in dire straits. We can’t afford anything.

    A vote for UKIP is a vote for labour and you are cutting your nose to spite your face

    I want
    Less money to EU
    Less spending
    Less Tax

    ie everything UKIP want, but the only way to do that is to have a majority Conservative government! UKIP are a one trick pony, they’ve made their point, they are years away from having elected MP’s

  135. 135
    Prezza says:

    You’re not going to feel cocky after that remark, m’gal.

  136. 136
    Gonk says:

    It’s the progressive agenda to make war completely safe.

  137. 137
    Where are Tony Blair's expenses says:

    Stop Mass Immigration and sign this petition


  138. 138
    Missing of says:

    Oh whatever happened to of. I miss him so much.

  139. 139
    Katya says:

    Come off it Handy. “He suggested that we take our coffees upstairs to his room.” I well remember exactly the same from you within minutes of the first time we met in Russia. Sadly, I fell for it at the time – but we did have some fun for a few years afterwards. Shame that MI6 came chasing last year and we had to finish it all.

  140. 140
    UKID DING says:

    The epitome of Ukip……

  141. 141
    shivering pensioner says:

    where is all this fucking global warming

  142. 142
    Arsenal striker says:

    Did anybody score?

  143. 143
  144. 144
    Elf 'n safety says:

    I think we should stop using bullets at all. They are very dangerous.

  145. 145
    Ah! Monika 2013 +1 says:

    Wait ’till tomorrow.

  146. 146
    Frederick Gideon Threepwood says:

    I agree Hodge is a total disgrace and should be prosecuted for (variously) conspiracy to pervert…., malfeasance in public office, and aiding and abetting an offence. In terms of prosecutions for various sexual offences there is little difference between Tories and Labour at local level. The big issue is the institutional nature of the Elm Guest House within the Tory Party, including promoting it in party material.

  147. 147
    BBC - Labour Says, Labour Says says:

    We are onto this story – pity he is abroad as we need good news to hide the bad news of the release of our heavily censored report on the Savile programme cancellation.
    We protected our socialist comrades by not even mentioning the rape allegation and internal decision within our Socialist apparatchiks friends.
    Did you enjoy how our two placemen on the Today Programme defended the BBC against leadership and cover up issues in our glorious co-operative culture?

  148. 148

    Strictly speaking, promiscuity and zero moral standards is Libertinism, not Liberalism. As “Liberal” nowadays covers every political complexion from the Orange bookists to ,God help us, Sunny Hoondal, the term has become meaningless. I offer the title of The Libertine Democratic Party free of charge to the Clegg gang.

  149. 149

    Hand down the back of the dress ?

    Typical Lib Dem. Too interfering to leave people alone, too incompetent to mess with them properly.

  150. 150
    Dr Grim Reaper says:

    Please keep taking your tablets.

  151. 151
    The Bathroom Scales of Justice says:

    Guido, your question about election candidates is too limited.

    His influence, or claimed influence, over nominations to the House of Lords would be worth a serious check.

  152. 152
    The Far Right says:

    Most of us are.

    It is worth remembering that Jack Straw made it illegal for those in care to report abuse as well, with the changes put through to the Childrens Act.

    This should be fixed.

    Labour silenced abuse victims from 2002 by statute so they cannot speak out.

  153. 153
    No steps forward 100 steps back says:

    Shhh, your not allowed to think conspiracies, you better pack up a suitcase and be ready for a Liebour/LibCon reprogramming session, don’t take any walks in any woods.

  154. 154
    Airey Belvoir says:

    Are you suggesting that Bottomley is well named?

  155. 155
    For those who missed last night's Question Time says:

    Hezza and Hitchens had a right old barney.

  156. 156
    A miserable old bastard says:

    “shirtlifters suddenly realise that marriage is a pain in the arse”

    I thought that’s why they’re keen on it.

  157. 157
    ████ ' changed my tune ' Hoon says:

    LibDem policy is simple. LIE THROUGH YOUR TEETH.

  158. 158
    Tax Watch says:

    Cut a little but simplify a lot.

    Reducing the complexity will reduce the cost of preparation and close loop holes.

  159. 159
    Ah! Monika 2013 +1 says:

    One not to watch!

    {But Esther was stunned at hearing five victims in a TV exposé last year.

    Tonight she tells ITV’s Piers Morgan’s Life Stories: “It was like a dagger in my heart that we as a nation allowed them to suffer and be silenced for years.”}

  160. 160
    Airey Belvoir says:

    Dame Edna’s gynecologist had a touch of Parkinsons, which made for a very enjoyable examination….

  161. 161
    Butch nonce-protector Dave says:

    Filthy pervert, touching women!

  162. 162
    Lord Rennard says:

    I did try to get my hand down Sarah Teather’s dress but the effort of bending down that far put my back out. Still, it was handy being able to rest my pint on her head.

  163. 163
    A miserable old bastard says:

    Nope. I’m going to be wide awake when you show up, you old scrote.

  164. 164
    drone says:

    not in reality

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    Lottery loser. says:

    “disgraceful”? You are Neil Kinnock and I demand my 10p reward.

  166. 166
    Anonymous says:

    It beats watching EastEnders.

  167. 167
    Joe Public. says:

    You really must get another LP.

  168. 168
    Sam's vajayjay says:

    As is his “wife” Virginia

  169. 169
    Sir William Wade says:

    He curled one into the top corner.

  170. 170
    Sam's vajayjay says:

    My Dave’s a fox in the box

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  173. 173
    Con Artists says:

    The Major

    The ‘point’, to which you refer, has not even begun to be made I’m afraid – If indeed UKIP are even making a ‘point’.

    UKIP are offering a valid alternative to the Conservatives – UKIP are now the ‘New Conservatives’ if you like.

    UKIP will be giving much thought to rebranding themselves in such a fashion, the only question is when do they do it. Before the election or after.

    The self delusional problems afflicting Conservative voters is helpfully evidenced by the 2nd sentence of your post.

    “Why let in Labour who are pro EU, pro spending and pro everything else us rightwingers are anti”

    There is the rub Major – the Tories simply aren’t “rightwing” anymore – are they ?

    That cnut CaMoron has adopted wholesale, without question, Labour socialist and Weird Ed policies.

    The cry that Conservatives are being restricted by the coalition and LibDems is nonsense.. all three LibLabCon are singing from the same hymn sheet.

    And the primary reason their polices are all so similar, is because it’s difficult for any of the parties to propose anything different from each other when you’re wearing an invisible straight jacket called the EU, which sets 75% of the legislation in the country before you’ve even turned the lights on in the morning.

    With such limited room for manoeuvre within the straight jacket of the EU, it’s no surprise LibLabCon are a facsimile of each other !!

    The fact is, the Conservatives are pro EU, pro Spending, pro higher taxes, and pro uncontrolled immigration.
    As so ably demonstrated by the traitorous CaMoron this week.

    ‘The Conservatives’ are dead and unelectable as a party – they have lost the next election.

    Long live the New Conservatives.

    Vote UKIP, get UKIP.

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    The Major says:

    I agree with your sentiments,I disagree about who to get there. Ed Miliband is the problem not the answer

  175. 175
    Was really the PM back then? says:

    Kindly don’t cast nasturshums at my little Willie.

  176. 176
    Tony Blair says:

    Shredding worked for me!

  177. 177
    Catty Comment (Ms) says:

    So has P I E Hatty Harpic resigned yet?

  178. 178
    Curly says:

    Careful there – women always have cold hands…

  179. 179
    Curly says:

    … all of which are in the name of his best mate Holly Garcks

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    The sad thing is, no one is surprised by this stuff any more.

    The ruling elite treats the people of this nation the way Tony Soprano treat the dancers at the Bada Bing club.

    You know, I’m finally beginning to ‘get’ the name of this website.

  181. 181
    Matilda says:

    and her hubby Olly

    (or is that spelled ‘Oily’?)

  182. 182
    Matilda says:

    You already said that. Do you work for the BBC?

  183. 183
    Matilda says:

    The entire tax code need be one line – individual personal allowance of 10,000 a year then a flat rate 5% on everything else.

  184. 184
    Matilda says:

    Was this one of the very succesful Arsenal Ladies Team?

  185. 185
    Extremely ancient seafarer says:

    That is worse than the woman with 3 breasts, two at the front and one at the back. Ugly to look at but great fun to dance with (if anyone now knows what ballroom (oops!) dancing is these days).

  186. 186
    Anonymous says:

    What about those photos you took

  187. 187
    Polly's Villa in Tuscany says:

    It’s completely false – Rennard only likes boys

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    Con Artists says:


    I’m glad we agree, to a degree.

    But if the EU is rot, then the Conservatives are rotten to the core.

    The rot has damaged the very escence of the party – you need root and branch reform, which isn’t going to happen until they’ve been destroyed in elections. Deservedly so.

    Replacing CaMoron would merely be pi$$ing in the wind and is barely even acknowledging the problem.

    Conservatives will need to do some serious soul searching if they are to ever rule again.

    From an International politik perspective, the UK leaving the EU is like the finger in the dam, and you can understand to a degree they dont want the international stigma of collapsing the house of cards.

    However, enough is enough, Germany is repatriating their gold (they’re ok Fritz), the UK’s finger isnt the only one in the dam, there are many more southern EU fingers in it as well.

    If the Conservatives found their backbones and re-inserted them, if they became a real opposition to the EU and campaigned to take us out – and did indeed take us out, they might just be hailed as heros.

    However its clear the Conservatives will remain traitors, and the UK public now also see them as traitors.

    Hence the massive support for UKIP that continues to grow.

    You could easily get a situation where debate about the conservatives is, well, purely academic.

    Just look at how the anti EU party Syriza in Greece has grown – Syriza has gone from 4% in 2007, in May 2012 it was 16%, and now it is estimated at greater than 27%, making them the 2nd largest and main oppositision party.

    The point is, opinions change, and they can change fast when people realise the “elite” dont represent them any more. This is good.

    Bring it on.

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    Fat Rennard Cunt says:

    Rennard is a right fucking Hunt.
    That says it.

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    Sean says:

    Its cost the tax payer a lot in subsidies to the common`s bar to get him in that condition.

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