March 5th, 2013

David Ward Confronted: Did You See It? Were You There?

Sounds like David Ward got his just deserts in Parliament earlier:

Did you see it? Were you there?

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58 Comments

  1. 1
    Nick Clegg says:

    Will this just not simply go away?

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  2. 2
    Pleb says:

    No.

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  3. 3
    Gordon Brown says:

    Certainly not.

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    • 20
      Ed "Twelvety" Balls says:

      Eight minus four is eleventeen.

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      • 56
        Ed Balls Fisted My Hamster says:

        Brilliant! Yes, Balls is an absolute dead ringer for Tubbs Tattsyrup and about as arithmetically capable. Spot on.
        I guess that leaves Ed as – erm – Edward, then? “Labour policies for Labour people”…

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  4. 5
    Eastleigh Nazi says:

    LibDems are ace!

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  5. 6
    Deserves? says:

    “just deserts”.

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  6. 7
    Robert says:

    I think you mean “just deserts”.

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  7. 8
    Public Sector Parasite says:

    Well, they do have their fair share of nutters in their ‘community’. 3,600 years of inbreeding tends to engender a preponderance of hereditary disorders, mental as well as physical.

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  8. 13
    Quaesitum ad fontem solos deducere verpos says:

    Av it

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  9. 14
    I like money says:

    Damn, I wish I’d been there. Would’ve filmed it and sold the footage.

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  10. 15
    confused.... says:

    is it ok if u can get it ?

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  11. 16
    Pedant says:

    If I write to my MP and complain will my door be kicked down and will I be arrested

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  12. 19
    The Odessa file. says:

    There’s only one solution, David.

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  13. 21
    Just wondrin says:

    How did he / she know he was J3wi5h?

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  15. 24
    Seems like says:

    Judge tells jurors: ‘do not to leave your common sense behind’ in deciding whether Pryce is guilty of perverting course of justice.

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  16. 26
    Sugar coated says:

    The winner of TV’s The Apprentice was just an “overpaid lackey” at Lord Alan Sugar’s firm, a tribunal heard.

    Stella English, of Kent, won the BBC show in 2010 and got a job in Lord Sugar’s division of IT firm Viglen.

    However, she told the East London Employment Tribunal Service she had no choice but to resign after being told her contract was not being renewed.

    Ms English, who earned £100,000-a-year, claims constructive dismissal, saying she had no real role at the firm.

    She told the hearing she did not feel like Lord Sugar’s “apprentice”, and only saw him five times during her 13-month employment.

    Colleagues did not take Ms English seriously, and she was “ostracised” after being told she had taken another woman’s job.

    She said she told Lord Sugar: “I have tried so hard for so long and it’s not working. I’m an overpaid lackey at Viglen.

    “My pride would not allow me to continue doing it.”
    ‘A sham’
    Continue reading the main story
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    Nice girl. Don’t do a lot.”

    Bordan Tkachuk Ms English’s boss at Viglen

    Ms English said: “No specific duties were allocated to me.

    “I was provided with a desk and a phone but that was pretty much it.”

    She described her employment as “a sham”.

    She told the tribunal that after emailing Lord Sugar asking to discuss her concerns, her boss Bordan Tkachuk was also invited to the meeting.

    When Lord Sugar asked Mr Tkachuk what he thought of Ms English, he replied: “Nice girl. Don’t do a lot.”

    Before competing in the TV show in 2010, Ms English was head of business management at a Japanese bank.

    She beat Chris Bates in the final of series six, broadcast in December 2010.

    Ms English said: “The career-enhancing opportunities that The Apprentice position had been sold as simply failed to materialise.”

    The hearing continues.

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  17. 28
    EU Watch says:

    Despite having an election, with a vote to get rid of a technocrat government, is !taly going to end up with a new technocrat government ?

    http://uk.reuters.com/article/2013/03/05/uk-italy-vote-idUKBRE9240H920130305

    Gr!llo not happy about the development.

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    • 35
      Gerry Mandering says:

      Fantastic idea. We could outsource the whole of our Parliament to G4S with the proviso they halve the cost. After all they have a lot of experience handling difficult “inmates”

      Who should we get for the Lords?

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  18. 37
    maggie the dog says:

    ok so what happened then .

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  19. 38
    Blowing Whistles says:

    Have I been smeared yet today?

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  20. 40
    Not worth listening to says:

    Burp…….

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  21. 41
    Mrs Curry says:

    Oi vey. Ready my latest sexy book, already, my life.

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  22. 55
    Lord Butts says:

    When will Guido realise that other groups of people are circumcised too? Try tasting something else! :(

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