March 11th, 2013

BREAKING: Huhne 8 Months, Pryce 8 Months

Huhne gave two interviews before he was jailed. This to the Guardian:

“I am sorry. I want to say that to family, to friends, to constituents and to colleagues. Lawmakers can be many things, but they cannot be lawbreakers. I should have owned up and got on with doing something else with my career. It is awful that people I love have been dragged into this gruelling experience. My family need time and space to get over this. Anyone who knows me knows I am not a bully -that is not amongst friends my reputation. Of course I do not want to go to prison. Losing freedom hurts, but I will not be the first person to go to prison.”

And this to Channel 4 News:

“I certainly lied & lied again, and part of it was about saving my career. It was a very stupid thing to do and I very much regret doing it. I am very sorry that I did do it.”

Lights out…


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    • 23
      Selohesra says:

      Is that a tear of sadness or have I wet myself?

      • 33
        Hang The B@stards says:

        Ha ha ha a ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha

        • 397
          Anonymous says:

          • Anonymous says:

            Kebab Time – you must have sat there all day hitting F5 waiting to post that link – which I see you pinched from another blog where it was posted earlier today.

        • 400
          Anonymous says:

        • 551
          Anonymous says:

          Initially Mrs Pryce accused Mr Huhne’s aide as the person who took Mr H’s points

          Does her sentence reflect her accusations against an innocent person

      • 41
        Anonymous says:

        • 210
          Anonymous says:

          that sums dave up precisely. he’s more of an asset to labour party than Milliband is.

          • Chief Cashier says:

            So whats new, a politician lying……………there’s yet another one inside as from today doing 8 months.

          • Mr Nobody says:

            Actually, Dave always polls higher than his party, just like Boris.

            Miliband is a drag on his party, and is one of two reasons why Labour will not win the 2015 election.

          • Anonymous says:

            “No-one, however high and mighty, is out of the reach of justice”. David Cameron.

            Does that also apply to those responsible for the target-dictated, corporate manslaughter that took place in the National Health Service under the Labour Government, not just, but including, at Mid Staffs as the funds were siphoned off int the trousers of the PFI contractors and their financial backers?

            “It’s a bitterly cold day for the future of radical, progressive politics in our country” Lord Oakeshott

            I do hope so if, as it would appear, that is synonymous with a nanny state in which sanctimonious, fat-cat, nanny is above the law.

        • 264
          Blind_leading_the_blind says:

          TV licence dodgers next on the agenda

          • Al Zheimer says:

            If either or both of them had denied That Great Corporation its due tribute they’d be facing a damn sight more than eight months. And rightly so.

            I believe that the TV Tax should be at least ten thousand pounds per head, in order to ensure the future of quality broadcasting and the pension of that nice Lord Stuart Hall from the Opera.

            In fact I would happily pay double that, for Dame Bruce Forsyte alone, if only I was allowed anything sharp.

        • 319
          It's a bit strange says:

          Whike we are at it

        • 347
          lojolondon says:

          Great collection of u-turns, well compiled!

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          Dick Wad says:

          That picture with the camera stuffed on his face is genius. Thanks!

        • 187
          The Last Of The Few says:

          Well suppose Carina can go back to rug munching for the next 8 months……………….

        • 196

          Well done Guido

          Will you organise another lynch mob when your indicted colleagues from the Sun are convicted?

          Or does your personal hatred blind you, a proud Catholic?

          • Wet Sludge says:

            To the tune of ‘here we go’. What a Hunt, what a Hunt, what Hunt. What a Hunt, what a Hunt what a cuuunt.

          • LOL says:

            You’re giving Guido the credit for the jailing of this Parliamentarian?

          • Jimmy says:

            If I had to guess what blinded him, it wouldn’t be that.

          • David says:

            Well said.

            Chris Huhne and Vicky Price both were highly successful people with good careers. Their careers are pretty much ruined now, especially Chris’. They will be taken from court stripped by prison officers and put in cells. They will have unspent criminal convictions for ten years. And this has been done so publicly, even the details of their family problems were published.

            They brought this on themselves and I’m not saying the judge was wrong to jail them but they’re also people with feels and it’s sad. So why openly gloat?

          • Jimmy says:

            This is what being a rightie is all about. Watching, and if possible, causing distress in other people. Schadenfreude is what righties have instead of sex.

          • It's a bit strange says:

            On the write up I saw of Geedo he was a lapsed catholic which usually means a catholic of convenience ( a catholic when it suits him to be one)

          • arseholes says:

            I thought a catholic of convenience was a priest out cottaging.

          • Mars Attacks! says:

            Oh, sorry Jimmy, you know your so right. Two vindictive and manipulative people in the public eye go for a pyrrhic victory, and people are amused about their stupid, chav-oid slap-fest, is “Soooo right wing, nasty, baby eating Tories.” But Saint Tony of Golgotha and the millions dead in Iraq and Afghanistan, witnesses to dodgy dossiers snuffed out, and a country in more debt then the last time LieBore had control of the cheque books, and that’s all OK?

            1 crass politician and his bunny boiler wife with no consideration for their offspring – bad.
            Mass murder, fiscal treason = SHHHHHH!

            Yeah – right on comrade.

          • Maq­boul says:


            No one does sententious better than an armchair comrade.

        • 249
          Hugh Janus says:

          I’m not gloating either of course – but it is highly gratifying when one of these lying, cheating, self-serving bastards is finally cut down to size….

        • 343
          Tom Catesby says:

          Hope your not drinkiing and driving home Guido, who have you got lined up to take your points?
          BTW, 8 months probably out by summer on tagging, not much of a lie down really, especially considering the time and trouble and public money and the constant denials of guilt, not forgeting Huhne’s now famous public pronouncements on crime and criminals. still better than nothing.

    • 52
      Nick, call me Deputy PM if you wish says:

      Don’t panic, Chris , babe. The boys are on your case……

    • 160
      Lib Dems says:

    • 335
      Lib Dems says:

  2. 2
    Top Prison Tips says:

    dave is a lefty twat

  3. 3
    Popcorntastic! says:


    • 171
      He's down, down, down says:

      10% reduction in time because of the ‘Guilty’ plea?


      He only pleaded guilty when he knew his lies would no longer hold up.
      His sentence should have been 10% more, not less.

      And these bleeding-hearts who are now swamping the airwaves.
      Ffs, honestltly, ffs get a life.

  4. 4
    Biff says:


    • 212
      Solomon says:

      Jail – a disgraceful waste of public money.
      In future this punishment will be compared to what judges give to murderers, rapists, child molesters, and for acts of violence.

  5. 5
    What a plonker says:

    Is that all.

  6. 6
    Top Prison Tips says:

    BREAKING: Judge hands Chris #Huhne strongest possible sentence – Leadership of the Labour Party …

  7. 7
    Some Twat up North says:

    I’m in Prison
    And my arse hurts
    So that I can hardly speak
    And I yearn to find
    The ointment that I seek
    When we’re in together
    Lying cock to cheek

    I love to kiss bisexuals
    And to give their nipples tweaks
    But it doesn’t thrill me
    Half as much
    As cheating on a Greek

    I’m in Prison
    And the press
    That’s hung around me
    Through the week
    Seems to vanish
    Like the Lib Dems
    Lucky streak
    When we’re in together
    Lying cock to cheek

    I love to go out speeding
    In a Beemer or a Jeep
    But I don’t enjoy it half
    As much as Lying to the beak

    Vote for me
    I want my lies to charm you
    The lies that harm you
    Will carry me through to

    I’m in Prison
    And my arse hurts
    So that I can hardly speak
    And I yearn to find
    The ointment that I seek
    When we’re in together
    Lying cock to cheek

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  9. 9
    Bye bye Chris says:

  10. 10
    labourunionsbbc are one under the EU says:


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    Popcorntastic! says:

    But he’ll probably only serve 3 months.

  12. 12
    Jeffrey Bernard says:

    Couldn’t happen to a nicer bloke. Please pass the soap.

  13. 13
    Alex Salmond's Fat Belly says:

    Damn, I will have to buy that book now.

  14. 14
    rocknrolla says:

    So we had the insult of calling a man a Hoon. Then we had a new word, even worse, a Huhne. What will be the new term of abuse?

  15. 15
    Anonymous says:

    Do you not need a custodial sentence of more than 12 months to stop him standing as an mp again? i.e. he could stand for leader before next election?

    • 182
      Anonymous says:

      If he hadn’t have resigned he could have stayed as an MP even while inside. I don’t think longer sentences actually disqualify you after your release either, except for election fraud offences.

    • 241
      Anonymous says:

      as a born again?

  16. 17
    vladikavkaz says:

    just need her to get 12 and I’ve got some stickers…

  17. 17
    Stan Butler says:

    8 months? He’ll be out in 3.

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    Far too short!

  19. 20
    Mr Barraclough says:

    Now now Christopher. Take it like a man.

  20. 21
    SP4BS says:

    thats 2 months then, with a Peckham Rolex

  21. 26
    Casual Observer says:

    8 months each.

  22. 27
    Riggsy Brown says:

    Eight months each

  23. 28
    Anonymous says:

    Let that be a lesson to total bitches everywhere.

  24. 29
    Uncle Joe Stalin says:

    Huhne is a category C prisoner being as he is a cu*t

    • 60
      50 Calibre says:

      Hoon surely, or has Hoon been superseded?

    • 99
      climate change denier says:

      £15 a month on my electiricty bill each month thanks to Huhne, criminal just criminal

      • 135
        CarryHole is a silly Hunt says:

        Much worse than that. He’s closed down the coal powered electrical generating capacity and we’re running out of gas for the gaspowered electricity generation!

      • 191
        £15? It'll be more like £400 a month by 2020 says:

        Your heating bill will be more like £5,000 a year by 2020, unless someone somewhere ditches the idiotic Climate Change Act and all the garbage tacked on to it.

    • 161
      Col Nut says:

      He’ll soon be category A, an arsehole.

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    Kebab Time says:
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    harridan harperson says:

    This proves the criminal justice system is institutionally sexist. I demand henceforth that 50% of judges are women.

    • 95
      Stella Creasy says:

      I demand that 50% of all prisoners are women

      • 110
        BBC says:

        Oh no, we don’t talk about things that way round. You’re only allowed to talk about things where women are underrepresented in good things. We’re not interested in a fair chance for women or justice, just destroying society and families through feminism.

        • 219
          JH3429853490 says:

          I demand that non-payment of the TV license becomes the number one reason women go to prison in this country.

          Oh, hang on, it already is. Carry on lovely fluffy Auntie (AKA Randy Uncle) Beeb!

      • 116
        the savant 10.4 highway patrol says:

        I demand that 50 percent of all prisoners are Harperson

  27. 34
    P l e b says:

    What a swiz.

  28. 35
    a non says:

    With all the abortions they could have made it 9 months

  29. 37
    Ludwig says:

    8 Months each.
    I hope it’s in the same cell!

  30. 38
    The Central Scrutinizer says:

    Ha ha ha …

  31. 39
    CarryHole is a silly Hunt says:

    Green rent seeking from the LibDums is going to earn him zero votes. The power’s going off because he closed the coal generating capability of the UK, and we’ve run out of gas.

    • 150
      He is indeed. says:

      We need to conserve what power we have. How about turning off the heating and hot water in prisons? And all electricity to prison cells. And they can probably eat only cold food from now on, too.

      A trial run on Huhne’s cell would be a good idea.

  32. 40
    Anonymous says:

    Mark Senior will not be commenting for a few months!

  33. 43
    Lord Sidmouth says:

    Scandalously lenient

    • 74
      Phil from Pentonville says:

      I was thinking that but as long as Huhne gets clobbered 70k for costs and her 30K it wont be too bad .

      It will hurt them to cough up but you wont be paying any more of your taxes to lock them up .

      • 169
        Some Twat up North says:

        Yeah exactly, but I bet we are still paying him £53,000.00 for shutting his office down. Also, where’s the fucking iPad?

  34. 44
    50 Calibre says:

    He got off light…

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    simon r says:


  36. 46
    A Noose says:

    Mmmm, Wandsworth.

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    corridor of uncertainty says:


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    make me happyyyyy says:

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    Fishy says:

    No statement to be made from the Lib Dems.

    Keeping their heads down yet again

    • 113
      Vince Cable says:

      I know nobody and nothing about anything.
      Must run.

      • 256
        Anonymous says:

        i knew nothing… then i had a i knew everything moment. then i knew nothing. a good cycle down into summit good. a distillation.

    • 124
      Nick Clegg says:

      Chris will be welcomed back into the party once hes paid his debt to society, you cant keep a good ,honest real man down just for one little tiny error of judgement which was brought on by his wifes coercian.

      Eastliegh were comming back.

  40. 50
    Anonymous says:

    Very Good

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    The result of Isabel Oakeshotts advice says:

    Oh well Vicky that went well then !!!

    • 67
      Will says:

      i like to see an equal opps sentence in this case. well vicky you should have kept your mouth shut as no one in prison likes a grass

    • 72
      Residing in 96.97% white Merseyside says:

      One has to remember he is not a pleb. One law for etc. etc.

  42. 58
    Outraged bill payer says:

    Chris Huhne asked for twenty offences of hiking energy prices to be taken into consideration.

  43. 61
    Anonymous says:

    Shocking sentencing. He was a Law Maker. The offence was for his benefit. Her sentence should have been suspended. I am ashamed to be part of the Judicial System.

    • 143
      Boxgreen says:

      Completely agree with your comment. He has got off very lightly indeed – she’s suffered enough due to his affairs and the divorce and has been harshly judged.

    • 151
      A judge with clean hands says:

      So true , friends looking after friends.

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    Andrew Efiong says:

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    Doing porridge, well won’t do them any harm. He’ll get a book out of it, perhaps she will as well. Nice little earners?

  46. 65
    maggie the dog says:

    Oh my this is so funny please stop my sides are splitting

  47. 66
    ted says:

    At least he’s got that iPad on expenses to pass the time. Probably won’t be playing Angry Birds though.

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    P l e b says:


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    The Guvnor says:

    Oh what a tangled web we weave when we set out to deceive, Mr Huhne. Now strip!

  50. 73
    Editor of Commentator says:

    Interesting the tweet of your co contributor to the Commentator

    Charles Crawford ‏@CharlesCrawford
    The role of @IsabelOakeshott in the downfall of Vicky Pryce is grim to behold. But not as grim as her attempts to justify it now #wretched

    • 106
      Mitch says:

      Her behaviour was shocking, particularly for a judge.

      • 137
        Airey Belvoir says:

        Eh? The judge was Constance Briscoe. Oakshott was weaseling to get the exclusive story for the ST and was then shafted by Pryce who, advised by La Briscoe, went to the Mail on Sunday.

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      The result of Isabel Oakeshotts advice says:

      Oakeshott should be investigated for conspiracy to pervert as the e mails clearly show her to be constructing a false story along with Pryce.

      • 168
        Fishy says:

        Why. She was doing her job to get a story for her paper.

        It is Brisco who should be investigated.

    • 437
      Pop goes the weasel says:

      collude I wouldn’t put it like that,oh and hubby playing bad cop.Vicky I’d like to hear your side of the story with Oakshite

  51. 77
    Jonathan Porteloo says:

    I am socked that such an intelligent lady, who is of the same class as myself, can receive such a harsh sentence. It is just awful.

  52. 80
    Riggsy Brown says:

    Connie Briscoe next – I sincerely hope. Shame there isn’t a penalty for that Oakshott bitch who stirred the pot and fed on Pryce’s sense of rejection and paranoia.

  53. 81
    Best Tweet Ever says:
  54. 83
    A convict says:

    Bang goes the neighbourhood! This was a nice quiet nick, too.

  55. 84
    Fiona the Hairy Biker says:

    Hume can expect a warm welcome to D Wind. I look foward to breaking him in.

  56. 87
    Mercian says:

    I wish the BBC would stop calling it a tragedy. He deserved it. He’s a lying ratbag like the rest of them.

  57. 89
    Anonymous says:

    Huhne: Less than he desreved

    Pryce: more histonics from the masonic cabal passing themselves as a judiciary

    • 275
      Anonymous says:

      je.1…… life.
      je….sus……sussed it yet?
      3 …the no. for the creative…..turn it 90 degrees clockwise.
      now as it happens the number 3 with 90 degree clockwise twist gives us the letter which is number 4 from the end of the alphabet. number 4 represents the salt of the earth. Now we know why the word belongs to the cliquey money as a religion fawkes. this is appropriate for the night of god. so all is well. take the long view…while breathing in the mo.

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    The Parish Proctor says:

    Will they be branded with ‘M’ for malefactor on their foreheads when released? It only seems fair so that ordinary people can see at once once what total c_nts they are.

  59. 91
    I can't find my sunglasses says:

    Never mind.

    They will both be out to enjoy a nice summer holiday in August which is more than a lot of people in the UK can do .

  60. 91
    Airey Belvoir says:

    The BBC has got some twat describing Pryce as a saint in human form… distinguished public servant…outrageous sentence…waste of public money in austere times..zzzzz
    No mention of her nasty plotting and conniving, trying to involve a blameless advisor, ruination of a judge’s career, pleading not guilty through two trials.

    • 139
      Lord Stansted says:

      Jonathan Portes?

    • 152
      The Parish Proctor says:

      Until her marriage broke up she was more than happy to go long with the deception, and as you rightly point out involved others without any concern for the consequences to them. Calculating and selfish, as I say brand them both as malefactors. I’m more than happy to make the Parish Whipping Chair available to the prison governor if he feels it will aid in their correctional programme

    • 251
      First jury member says:

      I have a nasty discharge on my record.

  61. 94
    Mob Rule says:

    Good to see you citing the indicted Neville Thurlbeck

    Corrupt and indicted journalist at the heart of your lovely Murdoch Mob

    But I suppose their is honour among members of the Mob

    Before they go to prison

    • 451

      Guido s other colleague on the Sun

      John Kay, Chief Correspondent of the Sun who strangled and drowned his wife in 77 FFS

      And is now indicted in Hackgate

      Serial criminals

      Good company Guido

      Huhne and Vicky q6uite civised compared with the crim7nals you work for

      5h7nk about it

  62. 97
    Anonymous says:

    Only another 650 or so to go.

    They all fucking well deserve to be in prison. Every single one of the lying cheating arseholes!

    • 131
      P l e b says:

      I really don’t think you can include Dennis Skinner in that.

      • 167
        Uncle Joe says:

        he was a commie traitor so deserves to go to prison

      • 199
        hold them to ac says:

        Nor my MP, nor the Green, the Northern Irish (who just need mostly to cool it a bit more) and the Scots on the take (who believe me should not even be paid a third of what they are) as they can only vote on UK matters which ain’t much. The issue you have is with their pay and number which are both obscene.

    • 280
      Anonymous says:

      Some have been caught fiddling their expenses. Sentence: a telling off. I wonder if benefit fraud by their constituents will be treated that lightly.

    • 321
      Anonymous says:

      the judiciary itself is in the view of
      excessive notetakin is an act of pee on the ra.

  63. 98
    Will says:

    cue the guardian complaining that because they are nice middle clas criminals they should not have to do jail time. Im sorry but you committed an offence and then lied to cover it up.

    The reason thye are doing bird is to put off others who may indulge in points swapping with thier partners or friends and then when it all goes sour to grass then up to plod.

    no sympathy. I had been caught speeding and taken the points on the chin and learn my lession

    • 155
      John Bellingham says:

      Sky TV are saying that Huhne is very close (!?) to the political editor of the Guardian who is tweeting Huhne’s comments on his sentence.

      • 195
        Dr Busby says:

        They were in the same form at Westminster. Then they went to Oxford together. You can take Paul-Huhne’s assertion that he isn’t a bully with a very large pinch of salt.

    • 162
      Dale W says:

      …and what do points mean? Points mean Pryce’s

  64. 100
    Anonymous says:

    Thanks Guido. One small step for the UK judiciary.

    I hope they can see to the more complex issues in future, with regard the conspiracy and planning of deaths.

    • 133
      Guido Fawkes says:

      Why are you thanking me? I had nothing to do with any of this.

      • 141
        Anonymous says:

        You told me to big you up, yeah?

      • 342
        Anonymous says:


        • 446
          Anonymous says:

          To expand: There seems to be two types of media. Those that create the stories, bugging, entrapment etc. and those that keep a story in the hearts and minds of the people.

          I prefer the latter. So to say you had nothing to do with it is perfectly right, and entirely wrong.

          To win back this country the people must find out what actually happens when issues are taken to these delusional MPs.

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    Ah! Monika says:

    Hundreds, if not thousands, of others who have done the same will be loving it up tonight.

    Divorce thoughts put on hold.

    • 118
      The M11 says:

      You old romantic.

      • 149
        Will says:

        if you are a husband divorcing his wife who has taken points for you just be nice in the divorce courts and if you have taken points for your husband dropping him in it may lead you to having the same sentence as him, is the morale here

        • 217
          hold them to ac says:

          Don’t take points that are not yours in the first place. Then you don’t end up in jail.

  66. 104
    Dildo Daisy says:

    I see that Vicky (nice name) has dyed her hair a very attractive colour, and she has such an enchanting accent. She will find a friend easily.

  67. 105
    JH3429853490 says:

    Pryce will now have to answer to big butch Debbie on D-wing. She likes her bitches skinny.

    Get used to the lockjaw love, at least it will help you understand Ms Trimmingham’s proclivities.

  68. 108
    Loopy Lou says:

    Is it true the Police have just set up a hotline you can phone with details of people you know who have taken penalty points for other people?

    • 121
      pc plod says:

      Sorry we’re too busy arresting indigenous people who complain about immigration or say nasty things on twitter.

  69. 109
    Anonymous says:

    Taking into account automatic half time release and the possibility of Home Detention Curfew after serving 25% they should be out in about 8 weeks.

  70. 114
    Anonymous says:

    He might have pleaded guilty but only after trying every trick in the book to get the case thrown out. So he should not get a reduced sentence for pleading guilty.

  71. 119
    Anonymous says:

    So it’s a draw,8 apiece.Should be back in waitrose in a couple of months or so.

  72. 125
    No, I'm the psychiatrist - you're the patient says:

    Where’s the prison van? I want to see the prison van, the van, the van!!!

  73. 126
    Oh diddums says:

    8 months each!!! The judge must have been reading the GF blogsite…no fucker guessed that.

    He’s ‘avin a larf!!!

  74. 127
    Friends of the M11 says:

    A toast to a fine motorway.

  75. 129
    In memory of Huhne's shortlived career says:

  76. 132
    make me happyyyyy says:

    stick a windmill atop that fucker’s cell and let that be his only means of electicity to keep warm and be lit….apart from Big Vern cuddling up beside him under the sheets at night.
    The Hunt. Fuck him. Scum

  77. 140
    ted says:

    Speed cameras are bollocks though.

  78. 142
    The Huhneshank Redemption says:

  79. 144
    Anonynonymouse says:

    After all that stern summing up and statement of the enormity of the crime then Chris Huhne should have got at least two years if Pryce got 8 months.

    Let us hope that the sentence prevents Huhne from ever re-entering public life.

    Ms Pryce I ams sure will be treated more sympathetically on her release. She is a good economist.

  80. 146
    Philip Thompson says:

    If Huhne hadn’t resigned his seat he could serve his sentence and be back in Parliament quicker than Gordon Brown’s gaps between appearances.

  81. 148
    P l e b says:

    Can we begin an appeal against an unduly light sentence?

    • 193
      CPS says:

      No too much public interest.

    • 203
      Anonymous says:

      Understatement of the year!

      8 months a piece for a lie going back over 10 years, months of court time wasted by trying every legal trick in the book to avoid prosecution, pleading Guilty at the 11th hour????????

      My faith in the Judicial system has now completely vanished. Where’s the punishment? Where’s the example to others? Where’s the consequence to their actions? FFS

      • 242
        hold them to ac says:

        The public coverage has vilified them seeing what has emerged. The sentencing guidelines are to keep prison costs lower and see what can be done after to rehabilitate them back to normal life. I hope Huhne lays bricks or digs graves and Pryce goes into a cleaning or care role but sadly they have too much money and will coop themselves up in misery.

  82. 153
    Carina Spinagain says:

    Who’s arseoling consoling me tonight ??

  83. 154
    Tachybaptus says:

    He gets time, his ex gets time, and then he says that his family need time.

    • 179
      Chris C U Suhne says:

      The trains can be made to run on thyme.


      In fact, they’ll have to run on thyme because my windmills are so fucking useless.

  84. 156
    Airey Belvoir says:

    The BBC clearly feels that locking up ‘people like us’ is absolutely unfair. All the interviews so far along those lines. It’s rather sickening listen to.

    • 218
      Will says:

      the problem is that the BBC think that all nice middle class people except tories should not have to be treated like the rest of the population. This is why the move to media city was resisted as they might have to mix with ordinary people who have not been to oxbridge

  85. 158
    Pay your Pryce says:

    • 192
      Dear Chris ...... says:

      Hey, move out, it’s time for someone else.
      Quit thinking only of yourself.
      You’re really a nasty piece of work
      You know, you thought you was a hero but you’re really just a jerk.
      On my way, you know, I won’t pay your price.
      You can’t stop me – don’tcha even try.
      Gonna stick my finger in your eye.
      You don’t deserve my admiration and I’ll sling you out the window if you give me aggravation.
      On my way, you know, I won’t pay your price.
      Listen, I’m tired of listening to your crap.
      I’d rather stab you in the back.
      I’m telling you the only real reason that you ain’t gonna get it is ’cause skunk is outta season.
      On my way, you know, I won’t pay your price.
      Shut the door behind you when you go.
      Why you’re still here, I don’t really know.
      I’m gonna count up to three and if you’re still here, I’ll get a gun and blow away your knees.
      On my way, you know, I won’t pay your price
      Your price, yeah, your price, you know your price ……
      *Swing swing*

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    (I don't need no doctor) says:

    Huhne and Pryce are both lying scumbags. Huhne still shows no humility when he said – I will not be the first person to go to prison.

  88. 166
    The Huhne Family says:

    Is that it?

  89. 174
    Airey Belvoir says:

    I’ll make a prediction. At the time of the General Election he will be Lord Huhne, shameless in ermine, with a clutch of lucrative directorships in green energy companies. Men like Huhne, with a massive sense of entitlement, are unsinkable.

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      CarryHole is a silly Hunt says:

      If Farage pulls out a Grillo style result, then the LibDums vaporise post election.

    • 205
      Molly Brown says:

      I’d like to buy Chris a one-way ticket for the maiden voyage of Titanic II.

    • 207
      Lord Chancellor says:

      Yes its a nice club only the right types you understand.Plebs not welcome unless you are a waiter.

    • 208
      (I don't need no doctor) says:

      They said that about the Titanic.

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    Col Nut says:

    Porridge will be gruelling for them.

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    rumpledforeskin says:

    I’ve accidentally got chilli pepper on my knob, can’t decide if I like it or not.

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    Socialism = starvartion says:

    Poor Pryce, separated from Dennis McShane, her new love. I’m sure that he’ll visit…

    • 206
      Airey Belvoir says:

      If that crook McShane sets foot inside a prison they should hang on to him.

      • 287
        McShame Skydiva says:

        If that crook McShane sets foot inside a prison they should hang him.

        Fixed it for you.

  93. 198
    Chris Backstabber Huhne says:

    I will soon have the prison governor eating out of my hand. Prepare my suite.

  94. 200
    Ludwig says:

    “Coldest March day for 25 years!”
    At least his prudent policies have stopped global warming in its tracks.

  95. 201
    phil from the Wrekenton Seven Stars says:

    I am glad about that .

    Apparently that Vicky Pryce sort had her eyes on a seat on the Monetary Policy Committee I read .

    • 469
      Socialism = starvation says:

      She might meet some unofficial counterfeiters inside, rather than the official ones on the MPC.

  96. 215
    Gerry Mandering says:

    ** Applause ***

  97. 216
    Anonymous says:

    The only thing he regrets is getting caught. He’s got off lightly given the time he’s wasted

    • 522
      Catty Comment (Ms) says:

      It’s the judiciary. Oh did I spell that word right? Sounds the same anyway.

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    Mong Watch says:
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      Will says:

      dont worry owen he might get a few articles but his name will still be mud, yours will be forgotten, it will be a case of owen who

    • 234
      Wet Sludge says:

      Already dreading that twat Owen Jones commenting on Huhne.

    • 243
      Fishy says:

      Never mind Jones. Your turn at some stage.

      You share with Huhne exactly the same arrogance and egocentric detachment from the real world that brought his downfall.

      I can’t wait.

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    Kebab Time says:
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    No, I'm the psychiatrist - you're the patient says:

    All we need now as soon as Huhne’s cell door is locked, is for Carina Trimman to ditch the cad and sell her tell-all story…. to the Sunday Times and then nip off to Panama (or some such equivalent nip-offable-to location).

  101. 224
    The Ghost of Fletch and Mr Mackay says:

    I hope he has a tub of Vaseline in his pocket

  102. 226
    Tay King-dePisse says:

    The sentence should have been expressed as, say 240 days, and arranged for it to be spent in chokey on weekends for the next two-years-and-change, and obviously no time off for good behaviour. It’s a non-violent offence stemming from a traffic ticket. These two well-into-middle-age toffs aren’t likely to go out and stick up a shop somewhere. Let ‘em try to work an honest job five days a week, lock ‘em up Friday at 1800 and let ‘em out the same time Sunday; work late on Friday, do like football– add the time on at the end on Sunday. Put a crimp in their lives that they’re likely to resent a lot longer than a custodial sentence remitted part way through; that would be punishment for these privileged characters. Just make sure it’s THEM showing up Friday afternoon, and that they’re not trying to get someone else to do their time!

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      Will says:

      ok what had happened if chris rather than being banned had run a child over or cause a serious accident. dont forget he was banned a while after for another traffic offence.

      So only prison will teach hima lesson.

      • 286
        Tay King-dePisse says:

        What would have happened if the Queen had been born with a cock and balls, and had become King George VII instead?

        You’re right, in the sense that, if he had manned up and just taken the points, all of this could have been avoided. But let’s not get melodramatic with “What if he’d killed a kid?” Nobody who has ever been banned has ever illegally dr!ven during their suspension, right? (Wanna buy a bridge?) I just want Huhne’s and Vicky’s life to be made difficult, not expose them to possible personal danger; I’m really not all that vindictive.

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    While the Murdoch Mob carried out an organised criminal conspiracy for years

    A thousand times more seriius than shifting ” points”

    And the bankers of London carried out massiveand generalised frausm momey laumderng rate fiddling theft for which the taxpayers hed to pay


    I wonder why…

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      Ed Balls - Shallow Chancer says:


    • 269
      Anonymous says:


      But there’s the ever entertaining vid below making GB look all the twat he is, to distract.

      I ask the poster (or any other GF regulars – always so swift with their links) to please please post all the links to hansard, letters to the torygraph, speeches and articles in newspapers where gideon et al were criticizing the then govts spending plans.

      I must have missed them all.

  104. 236
    feel the pinch of insufficient justice says:

    Limpdick Oddprick says he’ll visit Huhne in jail.
    At least that’s partial compensation for the lenient sentence.

  105. 237
    Pricky Vyce says:

    Chris, you always said you were passionate about saving the Planet. Now you’ll have to focus on saving Uranus.

  106. 246
    Incapable Vince, deputy Chief Cockroach says:

    I’d just like to make the following statement on the ████ █████ tragedy.

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      Vince Cable, Minister for (Giving All Of Us The) Business, says:

      While I’m at it, let me take this opportunity to release my new official portrait photo– I might forget later, you know how it is with us Lib Dems, especially older ones, can’t remember a bloody thing sometimes:

  107. 248
    P l e b says:

    “Chris Huhne: I am sorry…I got caught”

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    hold them to ac says:

    Barrister friend says some of her clients at HMP Wandsworth get a bit of a kicking on the way in. Poor, poor Huhne.

  109. 257
    P l e b says:

    Now we turn the sword of truth on Cameron.

  110. 258
    Shocked of Sheen says:

    1:25 How are the mighty fallen in the midst of the battle! O Jonathan, thou wast slain in thine high places.
    1:26 I am distressed for thee, my brother Jonathan: very pleasant hast thou been unto me: thy love to me was wonderful, passing the love of women.
    1:27 How are the mighty fallen, and the weapons of war perished!

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      Huhne's Energy bill says:

      Peter 25:12 Leave me alone, you have no place in my life and no right to be proud. It’s irritating that you don’t seem to take the point. You are such an autistic piece of shit. Don’t contact me again, you make me feel sick.

      21:05 Don’t text me you fat piece of shit.

  111. 259
    S.B.S. says:

    Hope he had lunch today as he will be hungry tonight. Breakfast will be crap, i will celebrate by having a fryup.

  112. 260
    The Lib Dems Prisoner's Association says:

    We welcome Mr Huhne.

  113. 277
    rebekah aka nellnewman says:

    You’d have to have a heart of stone not to feel sorry for vickipryce and her children.

    What a tragic outcome.

    • 288
      Tay King-dePisse says:

      It would take a heart of stone not to laugh at Huhne, though…

    • 292
      Not_a_Lib_Dum says:

      If the judge had any sense of realism he would have sentenced Huhne to a month suspended for 6 and given Pryce a conditional discharge given that if they were burglars on a first offence (ie had committed a real crime with an actual victim) he wouldn’t have been able to send them down at all.

    • 307
      Universal Hiss says:

      I must have a heart of stone them.Sympathy for the children yes.

      For vicki no.She is the object of her own downfall. Hubris meet nemesis.

    • 314
      Casual Observer says:

      Read her emails and listen to the taped calls that have been released, and check the judges summing up. (On Twitter thanks to Grauniad)

      She knew in part what she was doing and operating on pure vengeance.

      Remember: She wanted to destroy Chris (not a bad aim) by implicating an innocent third party (rumbled only because the third party didn’t have a driving license), by winning people to her cause and in the process getting off scot free herself with career intact and a sense of satisfaction.

      It is not about having a heart of stone, but seeing through the miasma of b/s and the cognitive blocks which the likes of the BBC like to enforce.

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    Winnie the Pooh says:
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    The lobbyist says:

    Come on Guido, lets hear something about taking away the honour that Pryce was given by the Queen. Is it right that someone on D Wing should still keep the CB?

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    I hate the bleeding-hearts says:

    Usual load of cobbler; oh it’s a victimless crime, no harm, etc etc.

    So is speeding.
    So is not paying a tv licence
    so is not paying council tax
    so is driving with no car tax
    so is driving with no insurance
    So is smuggling
    So is sniffing coke/glue/shit
    so is pissing behind a bush
    so is going for a drive in the country at £7 a gallon

    As one of the hypocritical bastards who regularly vote to deprive me of life’s simple pleasures, Huhne can go and get fucked (probably literally as soon as he goes for a shower). So can his bleeding-heart friends.

    Or what worries them?

  117. 283
    Gail Forswins says:

    Sad that so many people take ostentatious delight in the downfall of others. Something missing from their own lives I fear… I hope Isabel Oakeshott has a very bad night’s sleep tonight for her part in the whole sad, tawdry affair…

    • 290
      Partly Hypocritical Broadcast says:

      Blah blah blah… shut it wimpy

      • 293
        hold them to ac says:

        Oakeshott will be reloading her political 12 bore. Pryce should have immediately have admitted guilt and under sentencing guidance would be doing community service. Instead she instructed a top QC and a crazy defence.

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          A good sort says:

          Bollocks. The Hunt is costing me money because of his deceit over global warming. I hope he rots in there

          • Partly Hypocritical Broadcast says:

            Hear hear.. I hope they turn the heating off in his cell and the deceitful €unt freezes his nuts off.

  118. 284
    Not_a_Lib_Dum says:

    This is crap. Much as I hate Huhne, what a waste of money. Sending a harmless feuding middle aged couple down for something that most right thinking people wouldn’t consider a “crime”. What? Shared a few penalty points for getting snapped by a camera? My god! The world will end eh! Burgle a house and you won’t even get sent down for a month. This isn’t justice. I don’t give a toss how fast couples fill up their respective licences but I sure care whether I can walk the streets in safety and feel safe in my home. That’s two more prison places not available for REAL CRIMINALS.

    • 296
      Carlsberg do not do Mondays, but... says:

      I do not ever recall hearing Huhne saying that the points system was crap and should be abolished.

      I do not ever recall hearing Pryce saying that the points system was crap and should be abolished.

      I do not ever recall eitherm saying that couples should share points.

      As an MP he voted – and imposed – for laws (and taxes) that impinge on our freedoms of movement, thought, action and deed.

      So fuck him. Another arrogant bent bastard who thought that laws were only for the plebs, we little people.

    • 299
      feel the pinch of insufficient justice says:

      Once again, for the benefit of the hard-of-thinking :
      Huhne has been done for perverting the course of justice.
      He upped the stakes, tried to bluff his way out of a relatively minor offence and it all back-fired on him.
      He thinks he is above the law that is supposed to apply to us all.
      It’s a bit like Al Capone being put away for tax evasion. This conviction doesn’t really do him justice, but it’s a start.
      There are certainly plenty more major criminals in Westminster who also need to be banged up.

      • 464
        Peter says:

        The hilarious thing is that shortly after he got her to take the points, he lost his licence anyway for driving whilst using a mobile phone. I do believe there really is a benevolent God.

    • 303
      Ol' Crummy says:

      ‘Tis but the 21st Century equivalent of the pillory.
      But there is some practical utility for some of the old punishments, let it be said.
      A few of those parliamentary jugglers, whoremasters, dru*nkards and cheaters, placed on public display with a bounteous supply of rotting fruit and vegetables nearby, would work wonders for the morale of the public and the morals of the MP’s, I venture to guess.

      • 325
        Tachybaptus says:

        I’d suggest building a special prison for MPs and lords. A glass box on the fourth plinth in Trafalgar Square. Bulletproof glass, of course, we aren’t barbarians.

        • 525
          Catty Comment (Ms) says:

          Why not just wall up the Palace of Westminster? 1000 (jail)birds with just a few stones!! Job done.

  119. 285
    Partly Hypocritical Broadcast says:

    Dick Smegg is spreading his bullshite on telly. Great timing!

  120. 289
    Angus A Nuvvahuhnesoon says:

    Plenty to choose from, Guido.
    Who’s next ?

  121. 291
    Chris's new best buddy says:

    Slide over here and blow this windmill baby!!!!

  122. 295
    Brown's Doormat says:

    F’kin hell !

  123. 298
    Esther Blishment, columnist says:

    Many will be gloating over Chris Huhne’s eight month prison sentence today but not me. When you look at the facts of the case, that Chris Huhne is a person from a privileged background, had political power, and was a friend of mine, surely it cannot be right that such a person should be subject to the same laws and punishments as everyone else. In more enlightened times, the people who ran the country were subject to different treatment when they stepped out of line. A baron who raped and killed a serving wench might be banished from court to their estate for a decent interval rather than hanged like a peasant would have been. Some saw this as unfair but think about all that baron had done for the country compared to the peasant. Isn’t it time we went back to such a system so men of good standing such as Chris Huhne can be shown the deference they deserve?

    • 418
      Hamjam Chowder-Butty says:

      And where would we embellishment fit into your new olde worlde kingdom, madam?

    • 427
      Sir Loin of SteaknOnions says:

      Ah… Chowder butty I am so pleased you asked that question, stand just there while I annoint thee with my holy hand grenade of Antioch… pull the holy pin and counteth to three.. for three is the number I shall count

  124. 300
    "It's a bitterly cold day for the future of radical, progressive politics in our country," says:

    ……………….because sometimes liars and manipulative cheats get caught and sent to prison just like the proles

  125. 300
    Brown's Doormat says:

    So which Huhne is for B.B. and Huhne is for the jungle? Vicky will probably spend the time writing her memoirs. I can’t help but feel sorry for the poor kow!

  126. 302
    Red Egg Millitit... National Socialist says:

    Do you think the Huhne got the bloke or he/she that he lives with to give him a ham shank before heading to court ?

  127. 306
    Medieval Pedant says:

    I see that someone earlier suggested branding the felon Huhne with an “M” for Malefactor.

    In fact, the branding iron read “MF” — twice as painful, as one can see.

    If it was a capital offence people like this pair, who are at least semi-literate, could plead Benefit of Clergy. This meant that they were branded on the thumb with the letter T, meaning “Tyburn, next time”.

    These days they can just go on the BBC, pleading to be Greenies and pro-EU, and become officially-approved victims.

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    Casual Observer says:


    Cable and certain other Lib Dems she implicated in her emails as well as the family of the main reporter and Br!scoe are likely the real brains behind this. Target being concerned with Lib Dem leadership.

    What is relevant: Ed Davey who took over from Huhne was Under Sec State in Vince Cables department (Business Innovation & Skills). This gives Cable quite a lot of clout now.

    Norman Lamb who was senior advisor to Clegg ‘replaced’ Davey, Jenny Willott brought back in as assistant whip. Willott had previous worked under Huhne, but resigned that position in 2010 over tuition fees.

    This is before the family of one of the key reporters is considered.

    This is all significant methinks, and there is still a stench lingering.

  130. 328
    AnalStatistician says:

    All this jubilation. Be careful Mr Fawkes. Pride cometh before a fall.

  131. 329
    Dave says:

    Both will be negotiating book contracts, no doubt, ready for life when they are released from their respective holiday camps.

  132. 330
    Muuurty's Ghuuurst says:

    8 months? out in July and off on holiday. BTW did he give that 17K back??

  133. 331
    Richard H says:

    God what a little shit Isabel Oakeshott is.

    Breathtaking, even in a ruthless industry.

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        Fishy says:

        Prescott is wrong again. She was doing her job.

        Prescott should have gone down for malfeasance in public office. It’s time he STFU and retired from public life

        • 402
          labourunionsbbc are one under the EU says:

          Or boiled down to make a large and usefull quantity of lard.

        • 458
          You cannot break the Law and justify it by saying you were only doing your job says:

          Well if her job entails being a wealsy little shit and conspiring to pervert then yes she was doing her job alright

      • 361
        Partly Hypocritical Broadcast says:

        Prescott the moonfaced mong got away with a lot of shit which was brushed under the carpet.. if there were 2 people I’d love to see go inside for a very long time it would be him and Teflon falseface Tony Bliar. Gordon Brown should be institutionalised and forced to wear a Hannibal Lecter mask.

        • 375
          Tracey says:

          I’d luv press to go down just like he did wiv me

        • 460
          You cannot break the Law and justify it by saying you were only doing your job says:

          Thats true but two mongs dont make a right .

  134. 337
    Anonymous says:





    Change the bloody record Guido. Find another story. This got tired several months ago.


    • 366
      Partly Hypocritical Broadcast says:

      Nice to see Nick Clegg commenting on here.

      • 371
        Clegg and the kinky Cable says:

        No comment / can’t remember / was at home with wife that evening in front of the telly, and she has no recollection / comment either.

  135. 346
    DAVE lord charles CAMERON says:

    Check out the idiot with the camera puts on a huge zoom lens and is so close he hits him in the face with it
    what a tit

  136. 349
    Raving Loon says:

    A fitting punishment would be making them share a cell together.

  137. 351
    DAVE lord charles CAMERON says:

    Come on Liam Fox Challenge Camermong for the leadership we will even let you make your chum Adam Werritty chancellor
    He can’t be any worse than that fucking waste of space Osborne

  138. 352
    Raving Loon says:

    What does pound sterling and Huhne’s bottom have in common?

    They’re both currency.

  139. 354
    fuckingham palace says:

    something something nicholas newton henshall witchell put on permanent standby.

  140. 355
    Anonymous says:

    Its gotta be said the press hassling them on the way into court are scum…

    • 378
      Partly Hypocritical Broadcast says:

      You call then Scum but they aren’t the ones being taken to a prison tonight.

      Christopher Murray Paul-Huhne … You have pleaded guilty to the charges brought by this court, and it is now my duty to pass sentence.

      You are an habitual criminal who accepts arrest as an occupational hazard and presumably accepts imprisonment in the same casual manner… but seeing as your handshake is pukka we therefore feel constrained to commit you to the minimum term allowed for such offences. You will go to prison for eight months.

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      Ah! Monika says:


  141. 358
    For the record says:
  142. 365
    Ed Miliband says:

    Hello everybody, I just popped by to let you know that I’m still a prize twat.

    • 368
      and Ed Balls says:

      Me three.

    • 377
      Bill Quango rt hon mp says:

      Please be advised that the next bandwagon will be departing BBC Salford on the 19th March. Please book your interview time early to allow us to exclude the government from debate.
      Have your prepared soundbites and faux outrage ready to show to the producer.

      Thank you.

    • 383
      Herman Van Driver AKA FatCat premier €unt of the EUSSR says:

      Ahh my wonderful amazing puppets.. I am so proud of you.. my masterpieces!… Fly fly my pretties… fuck up your nation!

  143. 367
    the judge says:

    smartarses did i win the sweep ?

  144. 370
    Bill Quango rt hon mp says:

    Who won the Huhne sentencing prize?
    Glad it wasn’t me now I think about it.

    Everything you wanted to know about the EU.

    Not sure I need a 794,000 page book.

  145. 372
    constituency trainbound says:

    considering probably millions of people have swapped points in years gone by they have paid a heavy price for doing so .. family in tatters .. careers ruined subjects of public ridicule and jugged for 8 months a piece … reading through the endless vindictive comments on here what a country of hypocrites we are

    in reality if this was joe soap and his ex down the road most fair minded observers would have sympathy for them .. people at the top make stupid errors of judgement for all sorts of reasons just as ordinary people do

    it doesn’t make what they did right but it does make their self inflicted predicament tragic even if only for their children and families who are not responsible for any of it.

    • 382
      Anonymous says:

      And your point is ???

    • 385
      Bill Quango rt hon mp says:

      Maybe. But did the bloke down the road have leaflets printed saying what a loving and honest family man he was? And did he say, trust me! Vote for me! I can lead you as I’m a very responsible, family loving, cuddly liddle Libby wibby! Vote for me and I’m beyond honest!

      And did he deny he’d done anything wrong, to the media, his work colleagues, and the entire public at large, for ten years?

      And did his missus try and entrap him on a phone to kill off his joe soap career?

      And , what really is worse, did the Joe Soap down the road put a wind farm overlooking your garden and then tell you that you’d be the one paying for it through an energy subsidy, but not to turn on any power during still, severe or gale windy days? but don’t worry as you can warm yourself from the glow of your own greeny goodness?

      If he did, he deserves every day he was sentenced to.

  146. 373
    EU Funded Pro-EU Troll says:

    Vote UKIP.

  147. 376
    EU Watch says:

    Something large and European, Romanian most likely, may split Huhne tonight, but what about the Tories ?

  148. 381
    Jimmy's Cabinet Update says:

    Coalition Cabinet 2010

    Resigned in Disgrace (4)


    By rights should have gone too (1, being generous here)


    Looked Wrong (1)


    Let Go (Crapness not involving moral turpitude, 3)


    Let Go (Not crap enough, showing rest up, 1)


    Had enough (1)


    Still to go (10)


    It’s better than Big Brother. Who’s next?

    • 388
      Gordon The Medicated says:

      I’m still here! I just don’t give a toss.

    • 398
      Bill Quango MP says:

      When one of these has resigned, got job back, resigned, got job back, resigned and got an even bigger job back, then please post away

      The only reason that the entire labour inner circle, cabinet, indeed, party, wasn’t forced from Westminster, was there were no crimes big enough to warrant dismissal.

      Not selling he nations honours to private donors.
      Not selling the national gold reserves for 20p a ton
      Not punching a member of the public in the face
      Not using government buildings for carrying on extra marital affairs.
      Not even for invading other countries for no particular reason other than you’d told a friend you would if they would.

      If this current, crappy, incompetent weak government lasted another 50 years it wouldn’t come close to approaching the corrupt, bankrupt stupidity of the reign of terror years.

  149. 386
    Herman Van Driver AKA FatCat premier €unt of the EUSSR says:

    Vote UKiP!!

  150. 387
    Herman Van Driver AKA FatCat premier of the EUSSR says:

    I say again. VOTE UKiP!!

  151. 389
    old SHEP says:

    I think I know everything that there is to know about the EU already, a monument to distopia, a bloated gravy train of unelected faceless bureaucrats that are crushing us all under a mountains of mindless diktats. Watch Brazil (Terry Gilliam) instead.

  152. 390
    Chinese Proverb says:

    “He who seeks vengeance must dig two graves: one for his enemy and one for himself”

    • 401
      A chinese sage and onions says:

      Other Chinese ploverb say “Poritician who get wife to rie to raw better not fluck off and rive with part time lugmuncher otherwise exwife get velly angly and dob poritician in with angly levenge.. poritician now suffer flom cell mates election in poriticians constituency everly morning”

      • 412
        old SHEP says:

        Sirry Irriot!.

        • 421
          A chinese sage and onions says:

          He got no blains but prenty of flont but we all know he’s a nasty old….?
          prease finish verse for chance of winning a lomantic evening in company of John Plescott at the ferret stranglers arms in SHunthorpe.

    • 443
      Chris's cellmate says:

      Man who go to bed at night with stiff problem wake up in morning with solution all over Chris’s arse.

    • 476
      Samuel L. Jackson says:

      Ezekiel 25:17
      King James Version (KJV)

      17 And I will execute great vengeance upon them with furious rebukes; and they shall know that I am the Lord, when I shall lay My vengeance upon them!

    • 482
      Charlie Chan says:

      Bad alibi like dead fish … it doesn’t stand the test of time.

    • 491
      Huhne-fucius says:

      Marriage like cup of tea– sooner or later, get rid of old bag.

  153. 391
    Cellmate says:

    Hi Chris. My name’s Bubba. This is my brother Cletus, who’s also my son.

  154. 392
    Anonymous says:

    As soon as they’re out, these two will be prostituting themselves in every available media opportunity like Neil and Christine Hamilton. No doubt, it’ll be Panto at Wimbledon Theatre to start off.

    • 396
      old SHEP says:

      Well the three ugly sisters are sorted for that (one in drag, but which one?).

  155. 393
    And meanwhile on the news... says:

    - Brian Paddick complaining that police are having their doors broken in over misconduct in public office

    - Bankers complaining that they are underpaid

    - Ray Winstone complaining he is paying too much tax

    Liberal Democrat MPs complaining that there is still no tax on plastic bags.

  156. 399
    McLibel with Fries says:

    Some significant news today:

    There was a sale organized through Bloomsbury back in 2003 in London by one noted collector…

  157. 403

    One thing that strikes me about the whole Huhne farrago is the sheer nastiness about almost everything to do with this supposed power couple.

    As Mr Wad has already pointed out, the picture at the top is indicative of this. One doubts the photographer would have deliberately put himself into this situation.

    But also the circumstance in which he reported his relationship with Ms Trimingham to his then wife was absolutely shameful. That he should use his marriage as a prop to get elected was cynical beyond belief. Marriages tend to fail nowadays and that can happen after decades. It is very sad. However, whilst nothing like this can be an easy task, there are better ways and worse ways to break the news. He chose quite the most callous way. That choice, as much as anything, means he is serving time in jail tonight.

    One is inclined to think that this state of viciousness and spite is the only way that people can survive in the political world. If so it does not reflect well upon us as the ones who vote this type of person into power.

    In the Guardian today, I read that Huhne says he is really sorry for lying. He uses the familiar formula Lawmakers cannot be Lawbreakers. To be perfectly honest, I read that thinking that even his supposed contrition was yet just another part of his manipulation, not only of the press, but of all of us.

    • 414
      Casual Observer says:

      Good points.

      Sorry to lower the tone, but it does stand out that not only is CT the only one who is innocent in all this, but she is also the only one so far who has tried to go straight.

      The nastiness is reflective of the state of the previous marriage. Love obviously left it some time ago. Spin world gives way to real world for a while, and it isn’t nice.

      Still think there were actors manipulating at a higher level which is yet to come out. VP smart, but thick when it comes to criminal stuff, as shown. Someone egged her on to get the ball rolling, but underestimated who they were dealing with. MC and VC still have some explaining to do.

      Relieved no need to swim ? ;-)

    • 431
      Blowing Bubbles says:

      Shameless!…the C4 programme could be completely rewitten withe ruling (sociopathic) class in mind!

      Paul Abbott, FFS get writing about the real Shameless!

    • 457
      Wanker-watch (aka Frank Fisher) says:

      Tomorrow, say something new, original and INTERESTING, for fuck’s sake. Thanks.

  158. 404
    Chris Huhne says:

    No, I don’t mind being your sock puppet, big Ali.

    Oh….suck puppet….I see….

  159. 408
    Gordon Brown says:

    Did I tell you that a Wolves supporter, who said they had great respect for me and my years of public service, treasury stewardship and possibly the most brilliant prime ministership ever, sent me a Christmas card.

    What a nice man

    He even put an Aston Villa season ticket in there for me!

  160. 409
    (I don't need no doctor) says:

    There is only one person Chris Huhne thinks of, and that’s himself.

    • 454
      JadedJean says:


      It’s now endemic in our society…think “X-Factor”.

      What tribe does Cowell come from?

      I’m being extremely serious btw. Could our political system be geared to actors (who look good and appeal to popularity = think con artists) who are praised for their persentation skills above real leaders and people of substance?

      • 492
        albacore says:

        If we but had such hard nuts as portrayed by Arnie
        Mayhap they might terminate all the crap and blarney
        (But I suppose we did have the Gordon Brown version
        Against whom how could anyone cast an aspersion?)
        Even so, between a LibLabCon and Donald Duck
        Selecting the latter would end us up in less muck

      • 514
        Alice says:


  161. 410
    Saffron says:

    Well well mr buffoon and his scheming wife get their comeuppance compliments of due process.
    I for one will not sob myself to sleep tonight,I actually think that they should think that they have got off lightly from this judge,because I has a judge who is seeing that his time has been wasted would have taken a more serious view of this pair of liars.

  162. 411
    M Oaten says:

    Yet another Lib Dem in deep shit.

  163. 413
    Gordon Brown says:

    Just been on the phone to that shithole of a company Poundland!
    They really are taking the piss.

    Bloke keeps saying ” sorry, but we don’t seem to have received your application”


  164. 415
    Vince Cable says:

    I don’t remember meeting Chris Huhne or Chris Rennard.

  165. 416
    Saffron says:

    Cleggover and his spaniard and Cabello and his wifey did,nt know what they had been told,well pull the other one it’s got bells on it.
    Politico’s these days are being exposed as a bunch of lying barstewards left right and centre,it seems that nowadays not a single day passes when we do not hear about this crowd sticking two fingers up to the electorate.
    When will they realise that we are the people who elect these tossers and when will we the electors realise that we can put these useless tossers out of business.

  166. 419
    What a piece of shit says:

    Unbelievable. I’ve only just watched his Channel 4 interview and he actually tries to claim he only lied to protect his family. The man has no shame. I hope he leaves prison an empty shell of a man.

  167. 422
    Anonymous says:

    Trial makes a mockery of the Englishman, his laws, his lawmakers and his judges but we’re supposed to believe its his wife thats perverted things!

  168. 424
    Bruce Forsyth says:

    The Pryce is Right

    • 466
      leslie crowther says:

      fuck you brucie and your mongoloid chin. do the world a favour and take up motorway embankment landscaping.

  169. 426
    Hamjam Chowder-Butty says:

    Iwish formil complait taht no mooslims in this storie.

    • 440
      Wetfart Lefty Beeb. says:

      We do apologise for the lack of bearded psycopathic mysogynistic rag headed nutcases in this thread but we can assure you we will make up for this error in the future, especially when it comes to reporting grooming gangs, anti whitey patrols and mad anti western clerics living off the JSA while preaching hatred and encouraging violent activity against their host nation. We hope this is a satisfactory solution.

      • 527
        Catty Comment (Ms) says:

        Hamjam – Don’t be greedy.

        You had your moment of fame yesterday with that story of all those poor little girls in a muzzie school being tampered with by three of your tribe’s members.

  170. 432
    Tachybaptus says:

    Vicky Pryce will go to serve her time with a certain serenity. She has had her revenge and she is paying for having had it, but it is a grand revenge and a small payment. No doubt she sees herself as a tragic heroine like Clytemnestra who, by a horrible act, sustained her honour. It will have given her status in the eyes of the inmates, a very good thing to have in prison.

    Not so Chris Huhne, shamed and despised by all.

    • 528
      Catty Comment (Ms) says:

      She can give her inmate colleagues Greek or economics lessons to help pass the time.

  171. 435
    Incapable Vince, deputy Chief Cockroach says:

    The lies eyes have it……

    • 461
      Point of Information says:

      Pryce’s email of 26th April 2011 is going to be pretty difficult to get out of.

  172. 436
    101 ways to use a huhne says:

    If he was topped in the slammer then his other 649 cohorts maybe would think twice about theiving from us.

    As that old adage goes:
    Government scared of the people – democracy
    People scared of the governemt – dicatorship

    I hope the prison heating system is windmill-powered….Huhne

  173. 441
    Blowing Bubbles says:

    What is totally disturbing about Huhne is that this whole episode is water off a ducks back to him…ergo he has the skin of a rhino…ergo he couldn’t give a flying fuck…ergo he must be so personality disordered over this whole affair…he is completeley not normal.

    Any normal person would never have got themselves in this position…bu the fact that he did, and he feels completely no remorse tells you volumes about the brain of this man…he is completely NPD…as are most of those narcissists in the HoP.

    they are all completley brain disordered.

    • 450
      The bribed and the blackmailed says:

      Parliament is riddled with perverts, petty criminals and people with personality disorders of one sort or another.

    • 452
      Point of Information says:

      They are a strange bunch in HoP, but not much different to what is found in large companies etc. Agree that Huhne is classic NPD.

      Judge did state in summing up today that the guilty plea showed the beginnings of remorse. He probably does feel genuinely bad about relationship with his children possibly being finished now.

      The only good thing about the course of action he took is that by holding out he forced nearly all the facts out. If he had not done that, it would have likely been a miscarriage of justice.

      If the 2003 speeding conviction had caused his Eastleigh bid to fail, then Energy policy would likely be different right now, as would certain aspects of governance over that 8 year period.

      He, and to a degree she, got to where they were on the back of this crime, and that at the heart of government is completely unacceptable.

  174. 442
    NoiseWallah says:

    A ballad for Chris, hope he likes it.

  175. 444
    Anon says:

    I am sure this has already been picked up somewhere, but the quality of advice given by the Murdoch Group’s lawyers seems a bit suspect. Ms Oakshott would have been getting reassurance from the in-house lot, probably the same one that gave assurances about the blogger’s identity being safe to blow out of the water.

    Both Huhne and Pryce received suitable sentences today. Well done to Guido and crew for not letting this go.

  176. 445
    rebekah aka nellnewman says:

    What an utter utter tragedy. She should not have self destructed that way.

    Huhne was NOT worth it!!

  177. 455
    Abu Qatada says:

    Huhne and Pryce should be deported to Jordan. Why should the tax payer have to pay for their time in prison, it’s just not right.

  178. 459
    Lib-dems says:

    Chris Huhne? We have no recollection of anyone called Chris Huhne. Wait a minute I’ll check with Nick Clegg and Vince Cable. No, Nick and Vince do not know anything about a Chris Huhne.

  179. 467
    News shite says:

    Debate coming up on newsnight about Huhne, including the disgraced expenses crook John Taylor. Also Ken Loach will be on to talk about the greatness of socialism. :-D

    • 488
      A Viewer says:

      It was indeed shite. ( unadulterated )

    • 504
      Fishy says:

      That’s twice this week that communist Loach has been on the BBC and it’s only Monday…and that mad Marxist vicar was on Toady this morning. SWP on twice last week

      It’ll be Labour complaining that the BBC have a left wing bias, next

  180. 471
    Silent Vince says:

  181. 472
    Two other cunts says:

    Any chance those other two Huhnes Brown & Blair could get 8 months too?

  182. 475
    A C Graying Farting Out Old Tripe says:

    Ahead of my time?

    • 543

      A C Grayling may be mistaken politically but he is a damned fine philosopher. I have had the privilege of listening to him speak several times and he lacks the bombast of a Huhne, since we happen to be on this page.

  183. 479
    Brown out & pay me damages. says:

    I thought Vicky might ask for a retrial? She had to suffer twice over.

    Will she actually have to do the full 8 months? Will she get her sentence cut for good behaviour or whatever?

    It is not over yet. Briscoe is next. Jeeeezus mother & god – all for a speeding ticket, lies & revenge!

    • 481
      Pryce Watch says:

      They may be transferred to open nicks in a few weeks. Could be out on tag in two months, probation in four but will not be fully out of the woods until the full 8 are served. Even then, that is only the immediate woods of ‘fart out of line and you’re back inside’.

      Huhne did get 9 months, but this is reported as 8 due to the 10% discount for guilty.

      Next up on this thread will be costs, yet to be awarded.

      Huhne could be looking at best part of GBP 100k, Pryce GBP ~40k.

      This is on top of whatever they have had to pay their legal.

      Bear in mind that Huhne would have already had to have shelled out a lot to Pryce in the divorce, so in practice he is likely paying for the lot.

      • 495
        Wind Farm Mafia says:

        We’ll look after our Chris.

        His systematic, utterly mendacious fucking over of anyone who struggles to pay fuel bills has made us millions.

        • 499
          The Windmills Of Your Mind says:

          Quite, 8 months (2 months) for being a justice pervert.

          Nothing for maintaining the lies of “climate” change!

    • 507
      Point of Information says:

      Revenge is a dish best served cold, and not by Vicky Pryce.

  184. 480
    A Ken Loach Propaganda says:

    If you want a good laugh, Ken Loach is on Newsnight in a minute to talk about socialism.

    • 486
      Ah! Monika says:

      I was hoping he would do a Tommy Cooper and die on screen.

    • 494
      WTF says:

      ….and “Lord” Taylor who has an advantage over Huhne, he can be a convicted criminal, retain his seat in the House of Lords, collect his £300 per day and appear smugly on Newsnight.

      Whilst Kirsty has not the balls so to speak to say “lord” Taylor what the f**k are you doing on my programme?

  185. 483
    Brown Boots says:

    Vroom, Vroom. Briscoe next. Vroom, Vroom.

    • 490
      Brownian Motion says:

      Slow down

      One, two, three-four, er five, six eight, seven, nine, ten, eleventeen err one, tow

  186. 485
    Ah! Monika says:

    If she puts those earrings on e bay, Vicky would never have to work again

  187. 489
    • 493
      Pryce Watch says:

      And Jack Straws father was banged up in Wandsworth for conscientious objection during WWII:

      • 496
        JH129323098423094 says:

        How ironic his son ended up being a war criminal.

        Lets hope his son’s son amounts to the sterling example of the fuck all he is cut out to be.

      • 497
        UK Open Border Agency says:

        and Ed Miliband’s dad should have been banged up in Wandsworth as an illegal immigrant in 1940.

        He wasn’t and now we have to put up with Miliband the younger.

        • 502
          JH129323098423094 says:

          Actually Ralph Miliband’s insidious, ungrateful arse should have been kicked back across the channel the second he wrote this in his diary:

          “The Engl*shman is a rabid nationalist. They are perhaps the most nationalist people in the world…When you hear the Engl*sh talk of this war you sometimes almost want them to lose it to show them how things are. They have the greatest contempt for the continent in general and for the French in particular… Eng*nd first. This slogan is taken for granted by the Engl*sh people as a whole. To lose their Emp*re would be the worst possible humiliation”.

          We lost our Emp*re, but the final humiliation will be his forceps-faced son managing to chance his way into becoming the Prime Minister of this country, overseeing its demise to a backward hellhole. The ironic final victory of the left, when there is nothing worth despoiling any further, and nowhere remaining they would dream of living themselves.

          Naughty words censored.

          • My 5: Operation Kinky Gibbon says:

            We will need the satsuma budget increased and a new line of credit with Harvey Nich’s to deal with that problem. Moloch.

          • Orf with his head!! says:

            What a nasty ungrateful €unt Ed Milliblands father is.. My grandfather (one of the hardest working men I have known) fought his way through the middle east and got captured and forced to work in a coal mine in Poland along side his comrades for the freedom of that waste of breath… Make sure Red Ed never gets a sniff at number ten. what a €unt!

  188. 498
    Anonymous says:

    Huhne will be going down most days and nights inside.

  189. 503
    Another Brick says:

    Very much worth a listen:

  190. 509
    A Long Way Past Being On The Road With Jack says:

    I am a long way from Limey Land here in Mexico but I share this old time tune with you to remind us of the time to come when all the politicians can be imprisoned for being Huhnes.

  191. 510
    Casual Observer says:

    The jailing of these two cannot and should not be spun onto Rupee:

    However, the circumstances under which Isabel revealed her source is something that should be examined.

  192. 511
    EU Watch says:

    Schultz needs to realize that the EU is part of the problem, and not the solution:

    Young people across the Eurozone have likely figured that out by now.

  193. 512
    EU Watch says:

    Greek police in action:

    • 517
      Anonymous says:

      it was not without reason – he was a protester – and he appeared to have been smashing up a shop.

      • 519
        EU Watch says:

        No. The police did that damage.

        The police said that he kicked one of them and ran off. The others there said no.

        He was shouting his name, which the police were trying to prevent.

        Things down in Greece are somewhat ‘messy’ right now: People beginning to ‘disappear’ in custody if you get the drift.

        The person taking the video was apparently assaulted by the police shortly after that clip ended.

        It needs to be understood that this is an anti-austerity protest which was peaceful (excepting this incident captured on video) against a government which is using private contractors for security as the military have refused to protect them.

        It is not possible to equivocate any more with experience in the UK, or most other countries in Europe.

        You should re-evaluate your understanding, and then you will understand why your comment is actually quite dangerous.

        • 547
          A Pleb living in a state of utter disbelief says:

          Remember too that these Greek protesters burnt a pregnant young woman alive just because she worked in a Bank.

          • Rutters chipmunk cheeks says:

            Exactly. A lot of them are the same kind of human shit that rioted during the student March :


          • EU Watch says:

            Not sure if it was ever discovered who did that, if you can prove these people in 2013 are the same as those in 2010 who were responsible the Greek police would be interested.

            No one targeted the pregnant young woman.

            She was upstairs in the bank and would have been unknown to those who set fire to the place.

            The employer should have realized what was going on and ensured that their staff were away that day, and perhaps not put pregnant young women in harms way.

            Made excellent propaganda for the bank and the state though, which is the only reason it got reported, so perhaps she was there for that reason.

            There was a follow up:


            If it was the action of genuine protest, the burning down of the bank makes perfect sense as it is the banks which are responsible for the economic issues which caused the political instability in the first place: More precisely the banks and the EU.

            If it was just this bank that was targeted it is unlikely to be a genuine crowd reaction, but more likely a cherry picked example to make a political point, or perhaps to settle an old score.

            A lot of documents which could otherwise be embarrassing would have been destroyed in the fire. So the question as to the who is a bit more complex than is suggested in that T’Graph report.

  194. 513
    Huhne Watch says:

    Lord O’s statement on the matter:

  195. 518
    EU Watch says:

    There is a German ‘UKIP’ party:

    “The Alternative for Germany” : German party says ‘no’ to the euro, ‘yes’ to the EU

    Not quite ‘UKIP’ but first things first. Germany cannot withdraw from itself. (??)

    May help spice things up a bit for this September ;-)

    • 532
      Catty Comment (Ms) says:

      Why not? If the krauts decide enough is enough and ditch the EU, then Europe can get back to being the rather nice place it used to be. May be some changes once the murky one is kicked out later this year – and the kraut plebs are also beginning to voice their discontent at having t foot the bills for all this austerity nonsense. Better stock up on the popcorn.

    • 549
      The muffled voice of the German Oozlum bird says:

      Ich finde, dass es schwierig ist, mit vollem Mund zu sprechen.

  196. 523
    EU Watch says:

    If Greece doesn’t pay some of the bailout for Cyprus, Cyprus will leave the Euro. Bank deposit haircuts (!?!) are off the menu.

    • 524
      EU Watch says:

      And if Cyprus did leave Euro, they would be oil backed. As would Greece be.

      Now, the only use of the EU to these countries is the EEZ to secure what they consider to be their share of east med oil / gas: If they do not play ball, then Russia may be able to assist.

      War with Turkey on this issue highly possible for Greece.

  197. 526

    99.8% of Falkland voters opted to keep British rule.

    Obama says he wants Britain and Argentina to negotiate over the islands, ignoring the referendum results.

    Perhaps he would let the American Indians have a referendum to see if they want all the European settlers there to return.

    • 530
      US Watch says:

      Or the apparently Kenyan.

    • 534
      Catty Comment (Ms) says:

      Self rule for Hawaii? And American Samoa? More than half the population in the south emanate from Mexico. Maybe they’ll be thinking about seceding…

      O’Barmy is just that – barmy.

  198. 529
    No Future in Edinburgh says:

    Falklanders are 99% British!
    Hoorah* throws cap in the air. Hoorah!

    • 538
      Cut-me-own-throat Dibbler says:

      Why does a country like Argentina, with half of its population being descendants of implanted European colonists, criticise the Falkland Islanders? What hypocrisy.

  199. 531
    Falklander is British says:

    The Brits are Falklander and the Falklanders are British. Lets getting the bounting outand have old fashioned street party. Hoorah

  200. 537
    Greece the home of democracy says:

    I wonder if the private Greek police force are paid by EU funding.. ??

  201. 539
    Hannibal from Carthage says:

    Have I got this right ?

    You get a relatively light 8 month sentence and unless you wreck your cell you get to be released after 8 weeks .

    There is a cost application made against you and the Judge and lawyers immediately agree yet another adjournment.

    • 540
      Statement of Fact says:

      The length of sentences are meaningless due to the early releases. Eight months should be eight full months. If you damage your cell or cause other problems the sentence should be increased.

  202. 541
    polycratos says:

    The criminal Huhne was only sorry he got caught, his apology was a typical politicians deception. He wasnt sorry when he employed expensive ambulance chasers to get the case he knew he was guilty of thrown out on a technicality, he wasnt sorry when he lied constantly about his guilt only admitting it when he was cornered. When he gets out he will still be rich and will still be looked by the subsidy looting windmill profiteers he represented as a minister, a few lucrative directorships will cheer him up. But most of all he isnt sorry about the misery and pain he inflicted on ordinary people because of the policies he peddled.

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“There is more sexism in Britain than in any other country in the world, according to a mad woman who has been sent here by the United Nations.

Rashida Manjoo is a part-time professor of law at Cape Town University in the totally non-sexist country of South Africa (otherwise known as Rape Capital Of The World).

Mrs Magoo has been wandering around with her notebook and is appalled by the sexist “boys’ club” culture here, apparently.

I don’t doubt we still have sexism in the UK. But is it worse than in, say, Saudi Arabia, d’you think, honey-lamb? Or about 175 other countries? Get a grip, you doolally old bat.”

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