March 7th, 2013

Pryce, Briscoe, Oakeshott Emails In Full


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  1. 1
    rocknrolla says:

    Everyone should read the emails that Guido links to. Jesus wept, she’s just as odious and sanctimonious as the Huhne himself – they both deserve to go down. She’s quite calculating and comes across as a real bitch. My favourite in one of the first emails was the way she tells the woman “journalist” (who sounds even dafter and more lightweight) that she wanted to paint the “glass ceiling” angle – even the feminists know its absolute garbage but they love to trot it out to help themselves – always nice to see a stupid over-promoted woman caught admitting it.

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      confused.... says:

      does this make oaskeshot party to the conspiracy to pervert the course of justice ?

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      • 15
        rocknrolla says:

        It’s a good question. They seem completely uninterested in truth and justice but instead manipulating the situation to best harm the Huhne while allowing her to – comically – still have hope of getting to the MPC or House of Lords and the “journalist” is encouraging and helping this – no idea where this stands legally but hardly covers her in glory. I bet she’s one of those feminist hags who thinks her personal interests trump everything else.

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          Kenny says:

          Is she not Matthew Oakeshott’s daughter?

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        • 24
          A Christian says:

          I was just thinking what a slimy little shit Lord Oakeshott was on the Daily Politics this afternoon..

          OK Mr. Darwin, you have convinced me now, I can pack this bible stuff in now.

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          • Do we have the the definition of a slimy little shit says:

            Thinking he is a slimy little shit?
            Come, come, only thinking that he is? Surely not?

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        • 107
          Anonymous says:

          “They seem completely uninterested in truth and justice but instead manipulating the situation to best harm the Huhne…”
          That couldn’t be better said.

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      • 64
        Slimeball says:

        I thought she looked rather drawn on Brillo ‘s show on Sunday. No wonder, given what she was up to.

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      • 70
        Old Tory Bigot says:

        I think it probably does.

        Oakshot seems to be colluding with Pryce to pervert the course of justice.

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    • 11
      Lord Stansted says:

      Do power women stare at the ceiling before painiting it?

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      • 36
        Ben Hur says:

        No, they stare at it before getting their husbands to paint it.

        And then they say, “ooh, you missed a bit. And a bit there. And there! Ooh, you’re useless you are.”

        That’s when you thump ‘em.

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      • 55
        M102 says:

        Diane Fatbot does

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    • 60
      Anonymous says:

      When the life purpose is worthy the only ceiling is our relationship with reality.

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    • 118
      Anonymous says:

      She was being considered for the MPC? Why would they let this rotter on there?

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      praise the hack says:

      I O Silver Well done Isobel for putting her away,though in the coming weeks you may be in for flak

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  2. 2
    MUNKEY says:

    pants on fire

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  3. 3
    rocknrolla says:

    Did anyone make/find make a video of Gordon Brown being humiliated in parliament in Guido’s earlier post? I can’t find one on youtube and sounds good. I’m referring to Defence minister Andrew Robathan:

    “I will explain why we dispute much of what the right hon. Gentleman has said in a moment, but there is one thing that I particularly dispute. I know that when he was Prime Minister, and indeed when he was Chancellor of the Exchequer, he was very profligate with public money.

    He was very willing to spend it, and then to leave us in the appalling financial condition in which we now find ourselves. I must tell the right hon. Gentleman that we take a rather more parsimonious and sensible view than I think he did when it comes to the spending of our constituents’ money… In closing, may I say how pleased I am to see the right hon. Gentleman in the House?”

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  4. 4
    Anon says:

    I find it remarkable that it took 12 hours to convict this woman. They must have improved the catering for jurors at the Old Bailey since I was there.

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  5. 5
    BBC says:

    What tremendous fortune! What a good day to bury bad English White Christian schoolgirls!

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    • 10
      Mr Harriet Harperson says:

      I propose more ethnic enriching – we must ethnically cleanse England of the white male English.

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      • 32
        rick says:

        Thank God the killer was black and the victim a white kid. Had it been the other way around, the English would be begging the enrichers for forgiveness and the enrichers would be blitzing London. This way it will be forgotten by the weekend.

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        • 43
          This is the fuits of Labour. says:

          +1

          If the victim had been black and the killer white, this one would still be headline news in 2033. Luckily for us the victim’s white, so we’ll just have to put up with Labour rattling on about “of course everyone agrees that immigration, diversity and multiculturalism are undeniably wonderful”.

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      • 63
        Anonymous says:

        the world belongs to the gay mafia and good luck to them.
        in the world of austerity everyone has the opportunity to be creative, meditate on reality and with more open eyes lead a purposeful life.

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    • 42
      BBC PC Cnuts says:

      It is the fault of the vicious programme of cuts. Unemployable illiterate black scumbags have all the odds stacked against them under this Tory led Government. It is perfectly understandable that frustration drives them to murder.

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  6. 6
    In Vince Able says:

    I am coated in PTFE

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    • 9
      A Brush says:

      Vince, you are a thoroughly bad apple.

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      • 14
        rebekah aka nellnewman says:

        I donlt think bumbling vince is a bad apple, it’s just that ,like bullyballs, militwit and gordon, he hasn’t got a clue about economics.

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        • 45
          Ed "Twelvety" Balls says:

          I resemble that remark! I can count dead good! Four, eight, five, twelvety, eleventeen… see!

          Your point about Militwit is good though. Fatty Watson locked the sad little turd in a store cupboard in the Commons today and he started crying. It was proper funny!

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        • 75
          Doddery Methusulah says:

          It’s the age y’know

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    • 123
      Slimeball watcher says:

      Always feckin’ tired and running to avoid cameras. Something to hide Vince?

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  7. 12
    rebekah aka nellnewman says:

    Well I feel really sorry for her and hope she doesn’t get a jail sentence but she has behaved really stupidly and she’s intelligent enough to have known better.

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    • 65
      Anonymous says:

      sometimes the head is in a distortion field.
      it is possibly only will power that can keep us grounded.

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    • 82
      Polly Put The Ketteling On says:

      Let`s keep our sympathies where they are due and forget Ms (Mr?) Trimingham, any woman? who steal`s another woman`s husband deserves everything she (he) gets….

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    • 106
      Anonymous says:

      My first thoughts were “my God she’s been badly advised” but it seems she drove it all the way herself, with encouragement from her neighbour… and the journalist(s).

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      • 111
        Casual Observer says:

        To be fair, the journalist didn’t give a toss about her.

        !sabel got Pryce to open up. With the contents of the emails, phone conversations etc., Pryce could not have pulled out, had incriminated herself, and the story would have run with a radically different angle.

        The only worrying aspect was the conspiratorial ‘bring a minister down’ tone from !sabel which should really halt her career as a political journo.

        If that wasn’t there, or was there but with a real reason – like focusing on Huhnes alleged dodgy FX trades / how he made his money – it would be a whole different story. !sabel screwed herself on this one royally.

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    • 126
      macduffer says:

      The perfect sentence would be to lock them up in the same cell for a few months.

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  8. 16
    Centre Parting says:

    How rude emailing from a Mansion House dinner and that Cockshot woman sounds pretty arrogant too.
    Fancy writing it down – they are as bright as Silly Baaacow twittering.

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    • 22
      Tony Bliar resplendant in his white robes says:

      Amateurs the lot of them.

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      • 28
        St.Petersburger says:

        How’s the bribing of the Cardinnalls coming along Tone? The odds on you becoming Pope are shortening nicely. What’s more you’ll get to divorce Slotgob, that’s a real bonus in itself.

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  9. 18
    Loona says:

    Spectator / Fabricant write “‘I think the blue collar vote doesn’t understand the Conservative party and that’s why I feel that our message at times is muffled and isn’t clear. I mean Farage said in Eastleigh that they connected with the electorate and I don’t think we are connecting with the electorate at the moment.”

    I am blue collar and I fully understand the Conservatives. The current Conservative party have taxed and spent more than any Labour government. I am paying tax to benefit claimants to support lifestyles that I cannot afford myself.

    Fabriant, the problem is not my understanding of the English language, the problem is that you and your fellow “Tories” are left wing tossers.

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    • 20
      Fabricunt says:

      Join us Loona on the Tory march to Jarrow.

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    • 27
      CastIron Cameron says:

      Only closet racists, fruitcakes and loonies care about working class issues and the interests of ordinary people. Those of us who are more enlightened understand that ethnic cleansing is a forward step to a multicultural future and modern world.

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      • 50
        Ed "Twelvety" Balls says:

        Ethnic leansing? There’s an idea. Maybe I can get Diane to pour liquid soap in Militwerp’s mouth tomorrow. Should be even more fun than stealing his trousers was last week.

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  10. 21
    Prick Clogg says:

    Take my word for it. We knew nothing about this.Would I lie to you?

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  11. 26
    Mrs Clegg says:

    ‘I have never, ever been told by Vicky or anybody else,’ Mrs Clegg said

    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2289564/Vicky-Pryce-guilty-perverting-course-justice-taking-ex-husband-Chris-Huhnes-speeding-points.html#ixzz2MsGQWyeo
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  12. 29
    Casual Observer says:

    The emails are worth reading: Available over at T’graph as well.

    Fascinating insight into what a real criminal conspiracy looks like.

    I do not see how there cannot be further fall out, and this certainly should help shift things in the upcoming local council elections.

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  13. 31
    Mong Watch says:

    Example of how to spin this into the long grass:

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    • 47
      Tay King-dePisse says:

      Like you give a flying fuck. That shite’s boring as hell to you, most likely.
      Tell us more about what a wonderful time you had in Venezuela.

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

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  15. 34
    Mariam says:

    Nick. FFS — when do we get the move to Brussels? I’m going to piss off back to Dagoland with the kids if you don’t fix it soon.

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  16. 41
    Turdson Minor says:

    How lovely it will be to see the “great and the good” being taken down.

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  17. 46
    Guy Martin to win TT2013 says:

    Polly Toynbee thinks Huhne should be jailed but not Pryce (who didn’t understand what she was doing)

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  18. 48
    Bruce Forsooth says:

    What do points make ? Pokey!

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  19. 49
    Lez B. Friends says:

    The Price Is Right!

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  20. 51
    Shocked of Sheen says:

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  21. 52
    Sheikh Bashar Banka says:

    My favourite bits are these .

    OAKSHIT: “Don’t mention anything to Miriam tomorrow. You can always do that later”

    OAKSHIT: The Mail on Sunday is “fairly downmarket” and a “bit tawdry”. your “best option is to sell your story to the Sunday Times “GHOST WRITTEN BY ME”

    PRYCE: ” I definitely want to nail him”

    OAKSHIT: “Some (politicians) get away with the most extraordinary behavior…………. a lot depends on Number 10″

    PRYCE: “The FT article and Guido Fawkes’ blog suggest………………… ”

    Anyone in the Labour Party should be preparing a nice little Election mailshot on this!

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    • 120
      Ironside says:

      Plus going away ‘somewhere nice’ for a few days to write it up, all paid for by the (upmarket) Sunday Times of course.

      Arrogant bitch Oakshit. She is a prime example of why people loathe journalists.

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  22. 53
    Pedant says:

    Reminder to self> Dont leave wife and run off with a dyke

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    • 59
      Point of Information says:

      Definitely don’t do that if you have entered into criminal conspiracy with wife at any point during marriage.

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  23. 56
    Ah! Monika says:

    Lost the plot a bit. Did a ‘Jo White’ take points for him on a previous occasion or not?

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  24. 57
    Ah! Monika says:

    CPS want to reclaim £ 100,000 costs. ( Must pay their barristers minimum wage )

    The Prison service should also reclaim their costs. ( as they should for all criminals )

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  25. 58
    I yomped in a field in the Falklands says:

    “Lord and Lady Oakenshott”‘ ?

    Not for much longer surely ?

    They have been caught manipulating the very fabric and centre of our society.

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    Check Facts First says:

    Isabel Oakeshott is the third cousin of Lord Oakeshott. Guess she`s off the guest list for the Lib Dems Xmas party for the foreseeable future. Let`s see if Brillo ditches her from his Sunday Show. Her career as a political reporter is surely over. Fellow MPs don`t particularly like one of their own being stitched up by a journalist like this.

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  27. 68
    Abdel from Tooting says:

    This is all very interesting but what about my frozen beefburgers with horse meat I cant sell in my takeaway .

    I have been waiting patiently for close on two months despite Mr Cameron’s promises to let us have the truth.

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  28. 71
    Juries rule OK says:

    Wonderful quote by Pryce on page 20 of the emails on the importance of “me being seen as the victim and not the horrible avenger”.

    Ho ho ho!

    What a ghastly bunch of females. They could open any performance of Macbeth.

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    • 117
      Lord Trimingham's XV says:

      Hardly surprising Huhne eventually went out and pulled a flanker, so to speak.

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    Long John Silver's parrot says:

    After having been accused by Pryce’s solicitor of having nodded off I bet three jurors would have been quiet happy to convict .

    The oldest tricks are not always the best .

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  31. 79
    Cobblers says:

    Was that article above the Hannan reference in the emails?

    So it looks like several high profile people had some knowledge of the circumstances surrounding Chris and Vicky Huhne and the arrangement re points: Vincent Cable, Mark Oakeshott, Miriam (?) Clegg, Constance Briscoe. It’d be interesting to see if any of them had advanced a positive case defending Huhne in public, post appraisal eh?

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    • 84
      Dan Hannan's Crystal Ball of Truth says:

      Check page 33 in the above email exchanges.

      This was in part of an exchange where Pryce was haggling with !sabel over the ‘pressurized’ wording in the Sunday Times agreement. Br!scoe was going over that agreement as per previous mail.

      !sabel referred it to Pryce:

      ‘have a look at Daniel Hannan in the Telegraph (you’ll find it if you go to
      Google News and search under Huhne.) I suppose they probably worked together when CH was an MEP.’

      Only mention it for completeness. Pryce mentioned the AV vote first to !sabel.

      Putting this all into context, it would suggest that Huhne himself torpedoed AV in order to undermine Clegg at the time.

      Pryce described Huhne’s impact on the outcome as ‘Amazing’.

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  32. 81
    Ed Balls says:

    I know he and others when initially making comments had likely not read the emails, but why the outpouring of sympathy for the ‘poor woman’ ?

    She is guilty, fair and square, and on this specific matter she appears to be in a worst position of guilt than Huhne.

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  33. 83
    ian says:

    what the hell is the guy with the placard progressing about?

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      Casual Observer says:

      He is trying to raise awareness that Huhne was responsible for suppressing news coverage about Fukushima in the UK. In particular, the small issue that the UK has been affected by fallout.

      (Google / Check up on how the radiation released gets to UK via jet streams, and then make sure you take an umbrella out if raining !)

      The shouting you hear is the guy having his freedom of expression – peacefully holding up a placard in the background behind Pryce – being suppressed by court security staff, who are illegally manhandling him away.

      He has been there throughout the trial in order to use coverage of Pryce to get his message across. He has been assaulted on a number of occasions by the Papps as they cannot sell photos which have his placard in the background.

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    ian says:

    protesting

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  35. 90
    Achilles Heel says:

    Did they go to Greece for a long weekend

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  36. 95
    Viv says:

    The spelling and punctuation in the e-mail chains clearly demonstrates that all concerned are uneducated as well as unprincipled.

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    • 96
      Virgil says:

      And at times inebriated? Eg when Vix falls asleep after typing garbage and somehow presses send while asleep. What is it with these two, emails evaporate or what? Greece seems a bit far for a weekend too.

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      • 115
        Machiavelli says:

        If engaging in criminal conspiracy, do not do it on email.

        And always be careful with the send button.

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  37. 97
    Journos are not abive the law though like politicians they seem to think they are. says:

    Why was Oakeshott not charged with conspiracy to pervert the course of Justice , she appears o have orchestrated much of Pryces fabricated defence ?

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    Danny Alexander, leadership bid says:

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  39. 116
    Anonymous says:

    I’m bored. Wake me up when they are in jail.

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  40. 124
    Trojan horse says:

    Well, I’ll be burgered.

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  42. 129
    Admiral Ackbar says:

    Free Nelson Mandela.

    Charge Constance Briscoe. Corrupt cow that she is!

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  43. 131

    The earbuds don’t collapse flat and Philips doesn’t gives a travel pouch inside the package, so his or her’s long-term durability are often concern if you need to regularly stack them in to a travel carrier.

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