February 26th, 2013

Quote of the Day

Alison Smith, one of the women who has made allegations against Lord Rennard, says:

“Clegg slams ‘self appointed detectives’, otherwise known as the free press. Regarded by most as important in a democracy.”


8 Comments

  1. 1
    The Right Honourable George Osborne Mp says:

    I think we’ve got a very clear message, a loud and clear message that Britain cannot let up in dealing with its debts, dealing with its problems, cannot let up in making sure that Britain can pay its way in the world.

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  2. 2
    Nick Clegg says:

    How many times do I have to say I’m sorry?

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  3. 3
    The Right Honourable George Osborne Mp says:

    Ozzies facts.

    David Miliband studied at Oxford University.

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  4. 4
    Welp says:

    Distracts me nicely from pedos running the gaffe and inflation decimating my families living standards

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  5. 5
    Common Purpose says:

    A free press is totally unacceptable.

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  6. 7
    PC Dixon says:

    Just imagine if the greedy buggers governed the press – need I say more!

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    keeshond8 says:

    I think she’s rather a bitch: she’s flitting from studio to studio on the eve of the Eastleigh by-election, almost relishing the reliving of her night with Lord Rennard.

    Another LibDem woman scorned, perhaps.

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Gyles Brandreth writes in his memoirs:

“Sunday, May 10, 1998

Early start: appearing on Breakfast With Frost, to be broadcast from 11 Downing Street. The Chancellor [Gordon Brown] is grouchily amiable, but so earnest — and still biting his fingernails to the quick.

After the show, he took us upstairs to his flat. He lives above No 10, while Blair and family are in the No 11 duplex, which is bigger and more like a proper house.

I was intrigued that, when he took us into his bedroom, the Chancellor rather ostentatiously opened the built-in wardrobes, as if he wanted us to see the women’s frocks that were hanging in there.

They looked quite large, but I don’t think they belong to Gordon. I assume they belong to his girlfriend [Sarah Macaulay, who he later married].

I presume he was keen for us to know that he has one — and that she’s not a ‘beard’. I don’t think he does anything without calculation.”



The British media are Hunts says:

Now the SNP know how UKIP voters feel all the time.


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