March 14th, 2013

WATCH: Clegg Won’t Visit “Friend” Huhne in Prison


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  1. 1
    D CAMMERON says:

    DAVE IS A LEFTY TWAT

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    • 13
      Anonymous says:

      Seems some of the companies in private sector will not be able to roll over their debt in 2014. There could be the once bought out by private equity companies for high leaveage.

      What should Cameron do? Let them go down or rescue them?

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    • 15
      All hail the leader says:

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    • 20
      Clegg is an Odd Bod says:

      I don’t Understand the Cleggmeister.

      Says he’s a friend and will keep in touch with the Huhne. Then says he won’t be writing or visiting him in prison.

      So is he a friend and if he is why isn’t he actually keeping in touch?

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    • 50
      Con Artists says:

      Talking of prison sentences, why no mention of Becky Br00ks and her court visits this week….

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    • 55
      Jim Davidsonnnnnn says:

      Nick goes to nick. I cannot wait.

      Do not pass Go and do not collect one iPad.

      PS. Nick, nick has a certain appeal. I might use that one.

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  2. 2
    Greychatter says:

    Where are your “Politican Friends” when you need them most?

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  3. 3
    Fire up the Quattro says:

    He should do porridge as well.

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  4. 4
    Vince Cabal says:

    Nick who?

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  5. 5
    chris says:

    i have sent him a V O

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  6. 6
    stewartedwards says:

    Fair response, shows decency, compassion and honesty.

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  7. 7
    Club Clegg says:

    What with him having friends like Huhne, who’d vote for Nick ?

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  8. 8

    Wiv friends like ol’ nick, who needs enemies?

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  9. 10
    Royal British Legion Dominoes Club says:

    Of course Clegg will deny any recollection that one of his colleagues is in nick for being a naughty boy.. “it was .. mmm er a few days ago, nope who? what?.. nah never heard of Chris Huhne”.. a week later… “Oh THAT CHRIS HUHNE!.. yeah him, oh isn’t he a naughty boy, just as well i fired him before this all blew up”

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  10. 11
    I Want it Back says:

    Will Cleggy when next on the radio please ask Gordon (wherever he is) if I can have my GOLD back that he almost gave away ?

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  11. 12
    Nick "They call me 'Nickers', 'coz I'm pants" Clegg MP says:

    Ehhhh– what did that bastard ever do for me that I should be so kind? I can’t remember anything!

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  12. 14
    Lord Camelot says:

    His rival in prison.

    Cameron weaker every day.

    Ed Miliband a weirdo who won’t win majority.

    Clegg’s won the lottery.

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  13. 16
    Man at the back in the awful jumper - yes you sir says:

    It will be beneficial to Nick (nick!! geddit??!!) to hold the next LibDem conference in the Scrubs, as half the country’s journalists wil be there by that time. Including (please please please) Piers!!

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  14. 17
    Church of Nonces says:

    How does Guido square his fervent catholicism with the fact that new Pope Beergoggles colluded with the Galtieri dictatorship that Mrs Thatcher fought? It’s on record that Pope Buggery assisted the Argentine Navy in kidnapping and torturing two Jesuit priests and also hid the dictatorship’s political prisoners from a visiting human rights delegation.

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    • 25
      Guido's handler says:

      it’s all kosher

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      • 32
        hold them to ac says:

        Repentance and penance. That can forgive most people, it has to be genuine though: I recommend a particularly harsh treatment below the central offices in Rome from men who spend all day working out. Has even worked for murderers…

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    • 40

      Where is the record it’s on? References, please. Firstly the English nation are eternally damned because they are a protestant Nation. Second, Guido isn’t just a fervent Catholic, he’s a fervent Irish Catholic, so any enemy of England is a friend.

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    • 46
      GOD says:

      And what this got to do with anything.

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  15. 18
    Pope Boogaloo says:

    Come, my children. Over my face, preferably.

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  16. 22
    Anonymous says:

    “I’ll try to be open with you”

    That says everything you need to know about Nick Clegg.

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  17. 24
    Vince Cable says:

    Chris Huhne? Never heard of him.

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  18. 28
    The Vatican says:

    We think world poverty is a tragedy. Just don’t ask us to contribute any of the billions we have in our bank.

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  19. 29
    Nick explains why he works one afternoon a week says:

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  20. 30
    Friend says:

    The weather’s fair.

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  21. 33
    Grown-ups shouldn't believe in imaginary friends says:

    All the religions are homes to perverts, nonces, crooks, liars, murderers and thieves. No wonder so many politicians are religious.

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    • 36
      hold them to ac says:

      St Widdecombe of Kent says “we live among the poor”, but bring back the bling to the UK Catholic Church!

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      • 47
        WoRaft ChIHUAHua says:

        She’s doing all she can to alleviate poverty by putting in parliamentary expenses claims for having her lawn mowed by one of those poor people. You surely don’t expect her to pay for it out of taxed income, or get out there and do it herself?

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    • 49
      The Real GOD and it aint allah says:

      At least the religion of piss is honest about its views, pedos are ok, it fine to murder gays and women are things that you own.

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  22. 35
    Pope Bergoogle says:

    My name’s Pope Francis, but at weekends I strap on leather and stockings and call myself Sandy.

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  23. 37
    Fact Hunt says:

    Meanwhile, in other news, the Vatican have claimed sovereignty over the Falklands.

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  24. 38
    LibDem Websters Dictionary. says:

    “I am his friend”

    meaning (qv.)

    Fuck him

    Also see

    “I am your MP”

    meaning (qv.)

    Fuck you

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    • 43
      I love the Rhondda says:

      The chairman of a certain football club has sacked five managers over the years .

      On every occasion he has referred to the outgoing manager as his “friend ” .

      Does anymore need to be said ?

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      • 64
        Catty Comment (Ms) says:

        As they say,”A friend in need is…” a damned nuisance.

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        • 66
          Blowing Whistles says:

          Keep your friends close, keep you enemies even closer. All MP’s pretend to be the public’s best friend … They lie and lie again and again.

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  25. 41

    “champion every single injustice on earth”. Poor turn of phrase, that, but championing injustice is what Lefty-ism is all about.

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  26. 42
    Phil from Pentonville says:

    Me and my mates agree it would be nice to have a visit from Cleggie .

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  27. 44
    Hargaret Modge, Labour MP and Hypocritical serial long term aggressive Tax Avoider + expenses thief says:

    Hass Cleggie forgotten how to get to prison as well then?

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  28. 56
    Mad Frankie says:

    I’m hearing voices in my head again.

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  29. 63
    Methusulah says:

    Didn’t faker Tone say much the same thing?

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  30. 67
    Blowing Whistles says:

    Old Carina fixed up a first visit rather quickly – don’t happen like that in the real pleb world.

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