February 26th, 2013

Rennard Statement in Full

Lord Rennard has come out fighting, albeit via a ‘friend':


Lord Rennard refutes these allegations. He will co-operate with any properly constituted inquiry.

He has been notified of an internal investigatory panel within the Party. The matter must now be regarded as sub judice pending its proceedings and no further statement will be issued in the interim.

He expects others to respect the sub judice principle, and he notes that under the party rules concerned it is for any case made against him to be proved by evidence to the requisite standard. He denies impropriety.

He would reiterate that in 27 years of working for the Liberal Democrats he received no complaint or allegation about his behaviour.

Nor is he aware of any personal complaints being made in the three and a half years since he stood down as chief executive until last week.

 So he’s denying Danny had a word?

Via ITV.


  1. 1
    Red Egg Millitit... National Socialist says:

    The DimDems are basket cases…………

  2. 2
    Anonymous says:

    I thought Danny Alexander confronted him about the allegations?

  3. 3
    A Citizen says:

    “Sub judice”? Who is this pompous idiot? A political party is not a court of law. It is a cabal of power-seeking conspirators.

  4. 4
    Grollace says:

    ‘Sub judice’ refers to the Law of the land, not some backroom committee.

  5. 5
    hmmm says:

    Completely contradicts Nick Cleggs Statement that Danny Alex confronted him about some allegations.

  6. 6
    SP4BS says:

    “proved by evidence to the requisite standard”

    There you go. “not proven”.

  7. 7
    Centre Parting says:

    How can it be ‘sub judice’ when it is only going to be a bunch of Libdums mumbling to each other, not a real legal thing?

  8. 8
    One of his jurors says:

    If it is sub judice can we still find him guilty because he is clinically obese, and obviously looks a wrong un?

  9. 9
    anon says:

    ” not aware of any complaints” yet he was supposed to have been “spoken to ” i just don,t get it

  10. 10
    Red Egg Millitit... National Socialist says:

    Just a juvenile attempt to try to get people to stop talking about these heinous incidents of a sexual nature :)

  11. 11
    Casual Observer says:

    This is worth looking at, O/T for this thread…


    Nice photo’s.

  12. 12
    Sherlock Holmes says:

    That would probably be because one, two or all of them are liars.

  13. 13
    Gastric Clogg says:

    I have never heard of Lord Ranitidine

  14. 14
    Red Egg Millitit... National Socialist says:

    Just an attempt to kick the story into the long grass ??

  15. 15
    Naked Rambler says:

    I say to this man. If thou art a real Lib Dem then show my thy beard

  16. 16
    Tom2023 says:

    Looking for a carpet to sweep it under till Friday.

  17. 17
    Anon says:

    ‘He expects others to respect the sub judice principle.’

    No, I don’t think so. Rennard is not going to bully people into silence.

  18. 18
    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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    Red Egg Millitit... National Socialist says:

    What about Lord Rohypnal ?

  20. 20
    SP4BS says:

    I rekon its possible to spin a thread of bullshit, where “quiet words about rumours and concerns” are not the same as “no complaint or allegation”

  21. 21
    Anonymous says:

    These buffoons really are the limit. How can anything be sub-judice when by definition it can only be sub-judice when it is a matter which is pending in a court of law.
    You probably find that it is not even being pompous it is just simple plain ignorant stupidity.
    What an outfit!

  22. 22
    CarryHole is a stupendous Hunt says:

    Is the symbol two hands trying to catch a carrot?

  23. 23
    Pc plod says:

    Has anybody seen Jo Swinson ?

  24. 24
    Red Egg Millitit... National Socialist says:

    Talking down the Pound again……. these stupid Hunts do not have a clue !


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  26. 26
    Have you quit yet says:

    Clegg goes from smoking fags – to smoking gun

  27. 27
    What a load of Puffed up Bollocks says:

    Is it fuck Sub Justice.

    The Liberal Democratic party is NOT the Law.

  28. 28
    Anon says:

    Jazz hands triumphantly squeezing out a cock

  29. 29
    Webwrights says:

    The wretched man hasn’t refuted anything, as refutation requires proof. He has denied. He has rejected. He has questioned. He has blustered.

    We all await, with diminishing confidence that it will ever appear, his refutation.

  30. 30
    Red Egg Millitit... National Socialist says:

    Cradling a throbbing member more like :)

  31. 31
    Tooth fairy says:

    Unless, of course, if the matter is being investigated by Police and he has been arrested or interviewed over it.

  32. 32
    Perse O'Nally says:

    Damn, you got there first. Just what I was going to say. The man’s talking bollocks.

  33. 33
    RennLard says:

    I’d find him guilty if only because of that enormous octuple chin.

  34. 34
    The Fat Lord says:

    Is she a looker?

  35. 35
    Go get the lying Coniving Bastards says:

    So the LibDems are trying to re-write UK law on the hoof.

    Sub Justice my arse. These twats deserve everything they get now.

  36. 36
    Anonymous says:

    It’s a ham-fisted attempt to scare people off and try to sweep it all back under the carpet.
    Earth to Lib Dems- It Won’t Work.

  37. 37
    Steve Miliband says:

    Shambles. And this lot dictate policy to Cabinet? What a joke.

  38. 38
    Perse O'Nally says:

    Refuting something is NOT the same as denying it.

  39. 39
    Pc plod says:

    I hope they’re were not smuggled into the UK.

  40. 40
    anon says:

    ha ha ha

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    English speaker. says:


  42. 42
    Did Latin at school says:

    Sub judice my arse. Who is the judge (judex)?

  43. 43
    David Bouvier says:

    So much wiggle room. Not “aware” of any after resigning. But before resigning he only “did not receive” them. So may have been aware of complaints, and any number of them may have been relayed to him or discussed with him over 27 years.

    Clintoneque hair-splitting.

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    Lardwatch UK says:

    He means repudiate. Refute = prove by argument, which he hasn’t done.

    And as for “sub judice”, words fail me.

  46. 46
    Anonymous says:

    A Limp Dim telling Lies ?

    Surely not Guido !!

    Trying to cover up ?

    Behave Guido !1

    Blaming others ?

    Guido ! Too much bang out of Order, go Flagellate yourself this instant

  47. 47
    Red Egg Millitit... National Socialist says:

    Ham fisted?

    Juvenile attempt, methinks…

  48. 48
    Casual Observer says:

    They are goosing the market all over.

    Moodys downgrade, negative rate idea, and this.

    Pound is going to go down anyway. Bo.E needs to be buying gold, which incidentally is back above $1600 / oz now.

    The one to keep an eye on is Gilts. The current talking down the pound one suspects is to keep the current bond prices in line. Ditto with the negative rates.

    The bond market is likely to disintegrate after April, and that will trigger inflation. The UK cannot tax its way out the hole.

  49. 49
    Alan Rusbridger, disappointing pianist says:

    Today I have been mostly playing Fox On The Run by Sweet.

  50. 50
    Ctesibius says:

    I don’t know who he is. But I know he is pompous. And that he is an idiot

  51. 51
    Enemy of the State says:

    Another twit that just doesn’t get it.

  52. 52
    Enemy of the State says:

    Can you not put these men to the political sword Guido?

  53. 53
    Walter Mitty says:

    Beauty is in the eye of the beholder ….

  54. 54
    Palin the Moose Killer says:

    I refudiate this government

  55. 55
    Eastleigh Voter says:

    Can you do “Little Lies” after that please?

  56. 56
    SP4BS says:

    I put on “ballroom blitz”, but the start of it made Lord Reynard hide behind the sofa.

  57. 57
    Red Army Faction says:

    No he can’t, but we can if you got the stomach for it?

  58. 58
    Sam Johnson says:

    After we came out of the church, we stood talking for some time together of Bishop Berkeley’s ingenious sophistry to prove the non-existence of matter, and that every thing in the universe is merely ideal. I observed, that though we are satisfied his doctrine is not true, it is impossible to refute it. I never shall forget the alacrity with which Johnson answered, striking his foot with mighty force against a large stone, till he rebounded from it, ‘I refute it thus.’

  59. 59
    I was Rennards love pump says:

    Aren’t those hands off a Wings album?

  60. 60
    Rev G Brown says:

    I ha’ a throbbin’ member, pass me the Cardinal

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    rebekah aka nellnewman says:

    I don’t know whether to laugh or cry.

    The whole affair has descended into farce . But I do feel sorry for the hapless cleggie who seems to have constructed a mountain out of a molehill!

  62. 62
    fruitcake says:

    You mean “no” then

  63. 63
    Poo Finger says:

    wikipedia – In law, sub judice, Latin for “under judgment”, means that a particular case or matter is under trial or being considered by a judge or court.

  64. 64
    Rennards "friend" says:

    I refute that! No…wait, Lord Rennard refutes that!

  65. 65
    Clegg is a dead man walking says:

    Take your sub judice and stick it up your fat, hairy, stinking arse, you vile man. You’re a fucking pervert and you’ve been exposed.

  66. 66
    Lord Rockhard says:

    It’s sub judice I tell you! Stop tittering at the back. You must not talk about this any more because I say it is sub judice now! Who’s laughing? Stop laughing now!

    look, you’re all ambassadors for this blog, and this tittering (am I allowed to use double entendres still?) must stop! It reflects very poorly on Guido’s blog! Guido has a reputation to maintain – this isn’t the LibDims you know.

    That is all – can this now all please go away?

    Lord Rockhard.

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    Casual Observer says:

    Why feel sorry for Cleggy ? He’s been covering this up for ages, and is a liar.

    (I did clock irony, but seriously: Fell sorry for Cleggy ?)

  68. 68
    Got a new Crayon says:

    Doesn’t “sub judice” mean it’s being examined by a court or a judge?
    Limp Dumb investigatory panels are neither so he can stick his expectations

  69. 69
    Up da workerz says:

    Thousands of BBC journalists and technical staff are to be balloted for strike action over increased workloads, stress, and job losses.

    Broadcasting union Bectu and the National Union of Journalists will ballot members in the coming weeks.

    Earlier this month, many BBC journalists completed a 24-hour strike in a dispute over redundancies.

    The corporation is cutting about 2,000 jobs over five years as part of its Delivering Quality First programme.

    Most redundancies are expected to come as a result of natural wastage and a freeze on recruitment, but the NUJ said 30 compulsory redundancies were being disputed.

    NUJ members went on strike on 18 February after failing to reach an agreement with management over the redeployment of those 30 staff members.

  70. 70
    The PrangWizard of England says:

    Arrogant and threatening. These LibDems are the most odious and medacious political thugs imaginable. I hope they all end up in jail. Did Clegg also lie for Huhne in wonder? Check into that too.

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    Lard RockHard says:

    Steady on old boy! I only copped a feel.. oops

  72. 72
    Sub Judice Footage of Danny's Confrontation with Lord Randy says:

  73. 73
    Osama the Nazarene says:

    I knew politicians, especially LimpDumbs, were liars but this guy takes the biscuit.

  74. 74
    Anonymous says:

    Just watched a video on the BBC site. It’s the second video, Clegg suggests that he approached the police about this matter. That’s not strictly true is it?


  75. 75
    Lord Stansted says:

    Quite. Investigatory panels with a party do not constitute a court of law. Rennard is one arrogant bastard.

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    Anonymous says:

    she’s been very busy, bags to pack, desk to clear and lots of shredding

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    Rob says:

    It is a common misuse of the word these days by the political class. I’m not sure if they are too thick to know the true meaning of the word or they have slyly ‘redefined’ it in a similar way to how they have redefined words like ‘justice’, ‘poverty’ and ‘equality’.

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    CarryHole is a stupendous Hunt says:

    Time to ditch the TV Tax.

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    bergen says:

    These people were much happier in the wilderness of third party opposition. Let’s face it. None of them ever expected to in government and have the press inspecting their behaviour to see whether they practised what they preached. Half of them would never have joined if they had known that they would have to behave like responsible adults both in public and private.

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    Lordy G. Roper says:

    My hands are clean.

  81. 81
    Casual Observer says:

    This story demands a full Brazilian.

  82. 82
    Lenin says:

    The idea of journalists being on salaries has always been odd to me

  83. 83
    Anonymous says:

    Different day.
    Different story.
    Do the Lib Dems think people won’t notice?

  84. 84
    Big Cyril and Jeremy the dog slayer says:

    Show the test card and ratings at the beeb might improve.

  85. 85
    Oscar Pistorius says:

    The police cannot refute my story as well.

  86. 86
    Anonymous says:

    Great news- not waking up to the biased crap on R4 Today during the last strike was a bonus.

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    Jurisprudence says:

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    Ivor Biggun says:

    Refute? Not yet, he hasn’t. I wish apparently educated people would grasp the difference between refute and deny. Or just STFU, of course — that might be even better.

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    CarryHole is a stupendous Hunt says:

    I disagree that Negative interest rates make any sense.
    There can never be a negative risk involved in lending!

    It’s a consequence of the BoE trying to meddle in the demand for credit.

  90. 90
    Peter Piper Pipe Repairer says:

    I reflute that

  91. 91
    Tomorrow's headline says:


  92. 92
    Lord Randyhard says:

    Phwwooaarr, fancy being a LibDem candidate, my dear…?

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    Rennard=Denial says:

    Rennard’s in denial to protect Clegg.

  94. 94
    Bubba says:

    He will get it, he will.

  95. 95
    Beppe Grillo says:

    The lottery gives you a 1 in 200 million chance you won’t go to work tomorrow.

    Alcohol gives you 1 in 5.

  96. 96
    Lord Mendelsohn of Bummingham says:

    Sounds fun

  97. 97
    Not one scintilla of respect for politicians says:

    He’s a politician, bollocks is their language.

  98. 98
    Purnell washes whiter says:

    I shall photoshop myself on the picket line.

    That way I can keep my 300’000 grand non-job and yet be seen to support those who have lost their jobs because of mine.

    Neat, huh?

  99. 99
    WoRaft ChiHUAHua says:

    Beaker: Hi, Chris, just a word. Apparently some popsie misunderstood you last week and you know how they are…only we need all the potato peelers we can get…so could you tone down your charisma?
    Chris: Oh, I can’t help it – they get one whiff of the old catnip and they are all over me.
    Beaker: Yes, I know exactly what you mean. I’m a gay icon, so think yourself lucky. I expect it’s our pheremones.
    Chris: Pheremones, yep, we should bottle ourselves for the less fortunate.

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    Aydodge E. Scheisster QC says:

    “Sub judice” is being used here as a convenient figleaf for the truth of the matter, which is that all participants are, or at any rate should be, taking legal advice. Any half-fast brief can tell you, don’t sink any potential case by making statements which will come back to haunt you. And once the lawyers are consulted, and there’s a chance this could reach an actual court of law and not just some twopenny-ha’penny internal tribunal, it all turns into a paraphrase of a famous film Mexican bandit, I ain’t got to give you no stinkin’ answers.

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    Eh? says:

    You don’t have to listen to it on any day.

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    rebekah aka nellnewman says:

    It’s a classic case of how not to create a crisis.

    Talk about throwing fuel on the flames !!

  103. 103
    Handycock says:

    Rennard is disgusting.

    Now, where was I, princess?

  104. 104
    Chris Bryfronts says:

    Did someone say half-mast briefs?

  105. 105
    EU Watch says:

    Solution for Senate would be PD-PDL coalition, however that would be highly unstable.

    Many have said they would vote for 5-Star again if government cannot be formed and election is re-run.

    Current President of !taly ends term this May.

    MIB closed down 4.9% today, !talian 10Y note up to 4.86% (spread to BOBL widened), EUR / GBP both losing a bit now in US trading, and Gold over $1610.

    Spa!n has not yet reacted, but very early days. It is still possible that the people there may force Raj0y out on the back of austerity / corruption.

  106. 106
    rebekah aka nellnewman says:

    Well the biased beeb needs to define quality. Does that mean they are going to be more even handed in dealing with politics and finance and the eu and climate change etc?

    No! I thought not!

  107. 107
    Gordon Brown says:

    Being me gives me 1 in 1.

  108. 108
    Sir Mary Flappes says:

    Couldn’t help noticing. The fellow has a face for the trough.

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  110. 110
    Nick Clegg deputy PM says:

    I try to tell the truth I really do, yet everyday whenever I am speaking, I just can’t help blurting out lie after lie. I hope you all understand.

  111. 111
    Mandy Rice-Davies says:

    Well he would say that, wouldn’t he?

  112. 112
    Rambling Sid Rumpole says:

    In a Sumo contest who would win him or Pickles, my bet Pickles, massive weight advantage

  113. 113
    Dream Ticket says:

    Sally B should get together with his Lordship. Neither seem to be getting much at home and they could help each other out.

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    Cicero says:

    No. No wriggle room. This is simply bombastic bollocks. Nothing is wriggling here. Just a steamy turd of politician’s shit.

  115. 115
    Where are Tony Blair's expenses says:

    Clegg lied about Tuition fees, boundary changes and Kennedy’s drinking. He ignored the fact that two of his ministers are liars, Huhne and Laws.

    While we are at it lets have a good look at Rennard’s expenses

    Cable seems to ge getting away scott free at the moment considering what he said on Sunday morning.

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    The Court of Public Opinion says:

    Only because he is a lying cad

  117. 117
    Nick Clegg deputy Prime Minister of the United Kingdom says:

    OK I admit it, I lie, it’s my thing, our thing. In fact I lie so much I have to watch videos of myself to remember which lies I have told and to who.

    I’m still fit for my job though, aren’t I?

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    Where are Tony Blair's expenses says:

    Were Swinson, Teather and Featherbrain shagged by Rennard to get their winnable seats.

    Come on who would ever employ a light weight like Teather

    Swinson has tweeted every day for the last 6 months up until last Thursday – funny that

    She must be somewhere, lets get her to ask answer some questions

  119. 119
    Sally Bercow says:

    Is Lord Rennard trending on twitter? *innocent face*

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    Rambling Sid Rumpole says:

    It slips off their tongues, they think if they keep repeating those 3 words folks will believe them, say it once give them the benefit of doubt, say it twice have have big doubts, 3 or more times tell them they are compete liars, so they then have to make up other words to placate us …….. they all have done that several times over, no belief left and we ignore them.

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    'arry 'ill says:

    Only one way to find out

    F I G H T

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    This made me chuckle says:


  123. 123
    Rambling Sid Rumpole says:

    “Guido ! Too much bang out of Order, go Flagellate yourself this instant” how do you know Geedo don’t do that already

  124. 124
    Sir William Wade says:

    Or ‘rebut’, which can have either sense, so is a better word for weasels.

  125. 125
    ? says:

    When was the voluptuous Jo promoted?

  126. 126
    Reggie Bosanquet says:

    Will anyone really notice if they do strike? I think, not that many.

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    Universal Hiss says:

    This matter will not be regarded as sub judice you stupid man.

    You may have been able to to silence people in your own vile party but you are now in the big grown up world here.

    Silence me? Fuck off.

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    Dr Stephen Ward says:

    We’re all innocent

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    When I get home I'll give mt bf a smackeroo kiss on his cheekls oooh, cheeky says:

    Laws a liar? Oh come now, he’s a fine upstanding member of the Cabinet, welcomed back with open arms by all and sundry.

    Indeed, Laws is a fucking liar and thief.

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    Bert says:

    He only went to Amsterdam for the duty-frees.

  131. 131
    Lard Renault says:

    I may be an ugly, troll like, sweaty, grasping, sleazey, lecherous, flabby, groping sex pest…but I do have limits!

  132. 132
    Judge Judy says:

    If you stick to telling the truth you don’t need to have to try and remember what you have said previously.

  133. 133
    Ed Miliband says:

    It demands a judge-led inquiry, that’s what it demands.

    Either that or to be made into a musical farce, on ice.

  134. 134
    Sir Dando Tweakshafte says:

    It would be sub judice if M’Lard Rennett had initiated libel proceedings. He’s had almost a week. Have I missed something?

  135. 135
    Bert says:

    “Redacted” (i.e. censored) is one of their current faves. Just like “liberal” (i.e. narrow-minded and spiteful).

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    sub judice = bud juices says:

    ‘Were Swinson, Teather and Featherbrain shagged by Rennard to get their winnable seats.’

    Has Rennard substantial problems with his eyesight?

  137. 137
    Bert says:

    Dynamite rather than fuel, Nell!

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    John says:

    Can I watch?

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    I'm in d'Nile says:

    Why has Rennard disappeared of to go for a swim in Egypt?

  140. 140
    keredybretsa says:

    Impropriety, perhaps this Lord Geez is catholic?

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    Kerry an Jade waz ere says:

    Why hasn’t Max Clifford surfaced in this affair yet? He’s usually one who delights in the shit and stench that this matter is generating.
    Come on Max, we need your input.

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    Bluebottle says:

    This smells very fishy to me .

    Does he live in Grimsby?

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    Helpful says:

    Maybe Rennard was just after someone to take his speeding points and it was a misunderstanding.

  144. 144
    Bluebottle says:

    Where are those no win no fee lawyers when you really need them ?

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    Lord Toffingham says:

    Please remember these are the people who piloted the Human Rights Act through Parliament; they are pretty shaky on legal principles, being guided only by the view that they and their supporters must have rights that trump those of lesser beings, such as net taxpayers.

  146. 146
    Anonymous says:

    problem, reaction, solution.
    all roads lead to a new global currency…backed by….

  147. 147
    Handy says:

    Katya – Is that your sister ? Please bring her along with you when we meet next time in St.Petersburg.

  148. 148
    Loopy Lou LLB (Hons) says:

    “no further statement will be issued in the interim ”

    The claims made below this sentence by his Lordship look suspiciously like statements to me.

  149. 149
    Kavenagh QC says:

    As no charges have been preferred not court proceedings pending as yet then the matter is NOT sub Judice. What a load of bollox.

  150. 150
    Francis Urquhart says:

    I couldn’t possibly comment ……

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    Lost in Clacton says:

    I come to bury Caesar not to praise him

  152. 152
    PC Dave says:

    He’s one of us.

  153. 153
    Calamity Clegg says:

    Oh dear, oh dear. What can I do?

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    Ziggy says:

    lib dems ? TWATS!

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    Sub Judice my arse says:

    We do respect the Sub Judice principle its this c unt who doesnt understand it. Wanker !

  156. 156
    Harriet Harman says:

    Look I think you will find it was me who pioneered the misuse of the word “refute” mainly because I am Dim.

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    Pundit Too. says:

    So he is saying that Nick Clegg and Danny Alexander are liars.
    Interesting – I am sure that one day soon they will combine to get their lies in order.

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    Pedant says:

    “The matter must now be regarded as sub judice”

    Why? Has he been arrested or charged?

    “in 27 years of working for the Liberal Democrats he received no complaint or allegation about his behaviour”

    But lots of others seemingly did

  159. 159
    Rip van Wrinkle says:

    To chase a bit of Springbok??

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    Quiet Bat Person says:

    ‘He expects others to respect the sub judice principle’

    Yes, it should be respected, if it ever comes to Court.

    Until then, he can stick such a cynical, lame attempt to silence his opponents up his arse.

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    UKIP - the way forward says:

    Paddy Pantsdown has now admitted “he knew of rumours” about #gropegate!

  162. 162
    Anonymous says:

    Does tonights news from lamb mean that Campbell knew when he was Leader?And did nothing!

  163. 163
    Anonymous says:

    Yes LibDems are odious and spiteful. The most weird,odious and spiteful amongst them is Simon Hughes. He makes my flesh creep. Would be excellent as Uriah Heep.

  164. 164
    Bloke says:

    No it’s not Lord Rockhard, or he wouldna ha dunnit. More like Lord Limptard.

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    NE Frontiersman says:

    These people think that whatever they do IS the law: in Waltham Forest the dodgy Labour Whip Afzal Akram was found by a council disciplinary inquiry to have tried to influence the outcome of planning decisions by leaning on committee members. They remitted the task of sentencing him to….the Labour Party.

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    Axe Grinder says:

    Strange that this surfaces AGAIN just a week before a by election.

    Methinks instigated by a political party with an axe to grind.

    Perhaps the Millbonkers spend all /destroy all/deny/its a load of balls to me anyway band wagon.
    Maybe payback time from the tories for the limp dens destroying the prospect of another 20 seats in the boundaries question.
    I know where my money is on.

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    Anonymous says:

    Despite the increasingly Porcine images of Rennard being dug out of archives, it is quite clear that it is Clegg who is covered in shit. Again.

    He, and all the Limp Dem “leadership” for that matter, are self interested third raters not fit to run a whelk stall

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    Wormtongue says:

    Oh, the Beastleigh by-election, ho hum, what a pity…. cui bono?

  169. 169
    Curly says:

    … conch shells?

  170. 170
    Curly says:

    “red acted” to hide things (You can see where the origins of this word come from).

  171. 171
    Curly says:

    Cutting 2000 jobs? Great – that should mean a reduction in the tellytax as there will be no salaries, no NI contributions, no expenses claims, no use of electricity and heating in empty offices etc etc to pay for.

    Three cheers for the BBC!

    {Oh, did I really type that last line?}

  172. 172
    Catty Comment (Ms) says:

    All and sundry? Is that a typo? I think you meant all and tawdry.

  173. 173
    Catty Comment (Ms) says:

    As Sir Walter Scott once observed: Oh what a tangled web we weave, when first we practise to deceive..

  174. 174
    Catty Comment (Ms) says:

    Possibly, but there were suggestions on here earlier this wek that a soon-to- be jailbird was behind it.

    PollyTicks is a very murky business.

  175. 175
    Handycock (Teen Fondler) says:

    It is common practice that any politician awaiting legal action, does not comment on anything whatsoever that is sub judice. I have not commented on anything for years for that very reason. Boaz.

  176. 176
    Godfather of Salsa says:

    I disagree,
    they are fit to run a whelk stall,
    they will make a far better job,
    and far more eminently qualified for it
    than their present position-
    ….and as soon as possible please

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