May 13th, 2013

Huhne Out


109 Comments

  1. 1
    Stan Stereason says:

    Been anywhere nice for your ‘olidays?

  2. 2
    Vote Tory, get heir to Blair says:

    Back to a cushy job at a green energy company.

  3. 3
    Lord bumwatch says:

    Carrying three bags?

  4. 4
    John Tandy says:

    APPALLING UK JUSTICE IS AN ASS…..

  5. 5
    Anonymous says:

    I have no faith left in this country. That smug grin says it all about the parasites running, no sorry, RUINING this country.

  6. 6
    Sarah says:

    This is justice?

    How much did this all cost the taxpayer?

    Are we pursuing full costs from this lying bastard & his Greek economist (eh?) ex-wife?

  7. 7
    Herman Van Aerial Disease says:

    What a complete ©unt.

  8. 8
    Vote Tory, get heir to Blair says:

    “In November, as he awaited trial (still professing his innocence), the former Energy Secretary was hired to ‘provide advice on business strategy and policy’. His wage? A staggering £437 an hour.

    He negotiated a signing-on fee of £10,000 along with a monthly £3,500 retainer for his services. In return, according to his entry the Register of Members Interests, he was required to do eight hours work each month.

    It could prove to be controversial, if his relationship with Nationwide Energy Services is anything to go by. Take, for example, the firm’s decision to hire Huhne in the first place.

    When first announced, the deal raised eyebrows about the so-called ‘revolving door’ between Whitehall and the private sector, which, according to critics, allows former public servants to ‘cash in’ on privileged information.

    Huhne had, after all, devoted his final months in the Cabinet to unveiling the Coalition’s Green Deal, which provides financial incentives to help people insulate their homes.

    And Nationwide Energy Services, which last year had a turnover of £16 million, derives much of its income from that Green Deal.

    Yet despite that awkward fact, Huhne’s appointment was swiftly approved by the Cabinet Office’s Advisory Committee on Business Appointments, whose duty is to guard against conflicts of interest.”

    Liblabcon – all in it together.

  9. 9
    Lord Mandelbum of Fondelboys says:

    It looks like he’s leaving with more stuff than he went in with – in true parliamentary parasite style!

  10. 10
    Vote Tory, get heir to Blair says:

    The other one had an exam.

  11. 11
    JabbaTheCat says:

    Little shit head released 6 months too early, perfectly encapsulating what is wrong with the justice system in this country…

  12. 12
    Chris Huhne says:

    Ahhhh-ha ha ha ha ha ha! AAAAAAHHH-HAHAHA-ha-ha ha ya ha ha!

    Screw you, suckers!

  13. 13
    Any Mouse says:

    Just look at the self-satisfied smirk on his face. #HOON

  14. 14
    The FibDemon party says:

    Who do you think that the FibDems want to abolish prisons ??

    Because they know there’s a fair chance they’ll end up in one at some point.

  15. 15
    61 Days says:

    It looks like he could do with a bit longer in the gym

  16. 16
    wrthomson says:

    How’s your bum, boy?

  17. 17
    Swiss Bob says:

    Whattock Hunt!

  18. 18
    You Quote says:

    I am interested that Andy Burnham is having suicidal thoughts. If only he’d spent more personal time considering death when he was raising the mortality rates in the NHS. Still, it’s not too late for him to do the honourable thing.

  19. 19
    chingwu says:

    Dave’s always on holiday when there’s ‘trouble at mill’ brewing

  20. 20
    Lord Mandelbum of Fondelboys says:

    The other one was let out of HMP East Sutton Park in Kent this morning too – both looking forward to happy reunions, with their respective men rather than with each other!

    I hope Mr. McShane takes notes on how to get through a (far too short) prison sentence.

  21. 21
    Phallacy of the undistributed middle says:

    Maybe he dropped the soap so many times that…

  22. 22
    Mr. Barraclough says:

    Where’s my bike?

  23. 23
    National Socialist says:

    So now we know who the leader candidates are. Gove Hammond, Johnson. They should be careful. Last time the Tories ditched a prime minister the replacement had kept out of the fray. Better check who’ s got dental appointments

  24. 24
    who has noose 4u. says:

    …he is ma.qa.bul.
    .
    posssiv…
    .
    not that far from passive. up a bit and we get symbolism. parse it.
    .
    parc…….where it all started. the photocopi.
    XeroX. …….parsee are the champions….from Ta Ta to Billi mor.a
    ……illiknow.
    .
    Zzzzzzzzzzzzoooooooooooorrrrrrrrrrrraaaaaaaaasssssssttttttttttttttarians.
    .
    .
    zoo……rasta……rye………..on.
    good for,em.

  25. 25
    Tom Catesby says:

    I hope at least two of those bags have got the money he owes the taxpayer in them! One holdall, two black bags and a scumbag!

  26. 26
    the arows point up on my suit says:

    Crim.

  27. 27
    Shakerman says:

    After the First World War, the British were described as “Lions led by donkeys.”

    It was ever thus because we are still a feudal country.

    The Germans are led by people who are chosen by ability and trained to lead and manage.

    The British are led by people who consider themselves “born” to lead and manage and are catapulted by privileged educations into positions of power.

    You don’t have to look far to see how well that works with the present set of leaders that we have the misfortune to suffer.

  28. 28
    HP Sauce says:

    Looks like he’s carrying the laptop he stole when he left HoP as he leaves HMP.

  29. 29
    The Arrows point up on my suit says:

    Couldn’t give a stuff about him. Cameron I want locking up, since he was in cahoots with Brooks and Coulson, allegedly and all that.

  30. 30
    Anonymous says:

    Ewa world salad.

  31. 31
    C.unts In Wigs says:

    Simple, it is a special “Westminster Club” tariff!

  32. 32
    Black Market says:

  33. 33
    8illy's uncle says:

    Why are the Germans more productive? Because on average for way over more than a century they have treated their working people better and not merely seen them as a workforce to be exploited and milked for the benefit of a lazy privileged few. The people respond accordingly

  34. 34
    who has noose 4u. says:

    just.is……
    is controlling yr envirnoment.
    be the black salt.

  35. 35
    Lord Stansted says:

    Mine went some time ago. But there is an opportunity to get some little revenge on the bastards – vote UKIP.

  36. 36
    The Arrows point up on my suit says:

    Chris Huhne to his “oil painting”, Carina.

    Made some good friends inside, and we practised dropping the soap in the showers, so sorry….

  37. 37
    who has noose 4u. says:

    heis a bodidouble.
    the real1 has a biggasmirk.

  38. 38
    C'Huhne says:

    Phew, glad that little escapade is over, I can get back to the serious business of managing the property portfolio I built up thanks to all you mug taxpayers.

  39. 39
    Lord Stansted says:

    How much are you charging?

  40. 40
    Phallacy of the undistributed middle says:

    Ed: Are Britain’s problems so deep that NOBODY can make a difference to them? My emphatic answer is YES

    http://bit.ly/10t8Q69

  41. 41
    Dave is finished says:

    So, all the money he stole from taxpayers and gave to global warming scammers, those companies are now going to give him a well paid job as a backhander.

    Ministers should be banned from working for any company (and the industry) that had any connection to their job, whilst in power.

  42. 42
    Aziz's News and Booze (Rochdale) says:

    It’s true he’s got us a contract to deliver newspapers.

  43. 43
    A Trench Mortar says:

    The phrase is a lazy way of avoiding considering the realities in depth. The British destroyed the ably led and managed German army. They didn’t do it by roaring in the trenches or braying at the rear, but by superior teachnology, firepower and organisation – and a greater stoicism and ability to carry on fighting when it took an almost super-human act of will to do so.

  44. 44
    The Arrows point up on my suit says:

    Olivia Coleman, the actress, who won a few awards last night – how can a woman be so miserable and so funny in the same body??? Fecks my head in it does.

    I’d shag her. WHAAAARRRT NOW???

  45. 45
    The Arrows point up on my suit says:

  46. 46
    who has noose 4u. says:

    to produce more do it in the morn as the sun rises.
    to produce more more quickli.
    the ansa never changes.
    up, down or still.
    w
    a
    rawor zip
    up.

  47. 47
    Anonymous says:

    Justice must be seen not to apply to some. How else would the rest get away with killing.

  48. 48
    just one more helping says:

    They obviously feed prisoners well..

  49. 49
    Justice says:

    They should be exiled to St Kilda for at least a decade

  50. 50
    The Arrows point up on my suit says:

    Yoo, bro, join the tagged facebook site, there load of bros larke you on there, ca,’t leave the arrse #n all that. See yah laters there Chrissy H.

  51. 51
    no one cares says:

    I’m sure he’ll keep the world updated with every single minute of the trip.

  52. 52
    We want our money back says:

    Has he paid the legal bills yet?

  53. 53
    We want our money back 2 says:

    Has Labour paid back the millions it owes struggling Co-op bank yet?

  54. 54
    Oh No says:

    Looks like there will be an increase in the old “Nigerian” emails pleading for help and bank details to assist in getting £50 Million out of the country.

  55. 55
    House Of Old Lags says:

    Just praise that the Lord that he was not already a Lord or it would be straight back onto the red benches with all the other old lags claiming his £300 per day refresher.

  56. 56
    So Nigerian Chuka is now LEADING the delegation? says:

    Nigerian member of the British Parliament is to lead representatives of the London Chamber of Commerce and Industry, and the UK Trade Institute to visit Nigeria and Ghana

    http://www.spyghana.com/economies-of-nigeria-and-ghana-attracts-uk-business-delegation/

  57. 57
    Steve P says:

    Huhne is out??

    I thought it was gis g/f who was gay?

  58. 58
    Bengt Coppa says:

    And the BBC has just announced they will be talking to both of these convicts today. Un-be-bloody-believable! Out of nick and straight on the telly.

  59. 59
    nick clegg says:

    He may as well come out of prison. He’s no threat to society. He’s been shamed and sacked. It would only cost us more money to keep him in there. This doesn’t in any way take away from the fact that he’s a lying, thieving, @unt.

  60. 60
    Awka - Thanks But No Thanks says:

    I would put a very, very, large bet on the fact that despite how “attractive” and “economically wonderful” Nigeria is, he will not be staying there.

    It will be back to the old cosy Westminster lifestyle.

  61. 61
    Chukup says:

    Well I’m certainly not flying from your airport Stansted!

    It’s Heathrow, VIP loungs and business class for me, nothing too good for the working national socialist.

  62. 62
    Bob Diamond Geezer says:

    No quite – if hadn’t been for the Canadians, Australians and Yanks we would have lost WW1 and WW2 for that matter.

  63. 63
    Old Bill - And Another Thing says:

    What’s in you right hand Huhne?

    http://www.itpro.co.uk/644974/government-loses-over-2000-pieces-of-it-kit

  64. 64
    Aziz's News and Booze (Rochdale) says:
  65. 65
    All Taxed Out says:

    I personally would love to see him strapped to the arms of one of the old scamming windmills of the “London Array”, left turning until he rots.

    A Bit like a gibbet brought up to the 21st century.

  66. 66
    Handycock (Teen Fondler) says:

    Chris is an honourable man and was a hard working MP, just like me. The country cannot afford to lose politicians of his calibre, that is why I have not resigned. He will be a great loss to Parliament, his constituents and the country, and those businesses that manufacture wind turbines and importantly the Liberal Democrat Party will also, badly miss their donations. Boaz,

  67. 67
    Fog says:

    Pryce is out too. She looks smug.

  68. 68
    Justice! Where says:

    Gruinard would be better!

  69. 69
    Ring Doctor (Bubba) says:

    His ring has passed all medical examinations.

  70. 70
    Aziz's News and Booze (Rochdale) says:

  71. 71
    Anusol says:

    Chris is a very good friend

  72. 72

    He’ll be far more embarrassing to the Limp Dicks now he’s out and about.

  73. 73
    Nadine says:

    The British started ww2 – we deserved to lose it

  74. 74
    ITS BLEAK IN SUNDERLAND WITH 3 LABOUR Ms AND NO FOOD BANKS says:

    Who says crime dosnt pay? eight weeks of a 8 month sentence most of it served in a cushy gaol,the political class are corrupt

  75. 75
    ITS BLEAK IN SUNDERLAND WITH 3 LABOUR Ms AND NO FOOD BANKS says:

    Cant we keep him there with his kith and kin.

  76. 76
    Henry says:

    Well ….if you say so.

  77. 77
    Henry says:

    spiliker twango thringe scrool, nib boddocon prartickle ner bingleford.

  78. 78
    Anonymous says:

    Do you think Carina has been Trimming ‘em in anticipation of receiving 2 months worth of pent up (fill in the blank)

  79. 79
    Stopthewhininglefties says:

    Looks like they didn’t let him use the gym whilst he was in there!

  80. 80
    Eeyore says:

    There’s obviously some sort of tariff, whereby LibDems serve more of their sentences than do Labour people. Viz and to wit, ‘Lord’ Ahmed, sentenced to a year or so for criminal driving behaviour but let out after a fortnight ‘because of his work in the community’.

    You couldn’t make it up.

  81. 81
    Frightened Inmate #2 says:

    Well that and all the slave labour

  82. 82
    Blatta orientalis says:

    Fat and sleek after 8 weeks at a Tory spa

  83. 83
    Postal Votes are Labour Loo Paper says:

    No wonder people think the “justice” system is total joke. Should have hanged the cnut.

  84. 84
    Blatta orientalis says:

    Forgot to add really SMUG

  85. 85
    The BBC says:

    Chris Huhne will replace Jeremy Clarkson on Top Gear.

  86. 86
    Anonymous says:

    I do business in Nigeria. Unsurprisingly Nigerians don’t trust other Nigerians. Chukka is a stupid choice.

  87. 87
    Ibiza Superior Dry-Cleaning Company says:

    Don’t forget to pick up all your trashy suits on the way back. We had them delivered to your villa in Ibiza this morning.

  88. 88
    Curly says:

    More to the point, how long are you staying? Don’t rush back, we’ll manage without you for a while.

  89. 89
    Curly says:

    If you want to, you may delete your 3rd and last words in your final sentence.

  90. 90
    Curly says:

    ..or the South Sandwiches

  91. 91
    Curly says:

    Stig spelt backwards…..

  92. 92
    The safe word is 'Ribble Valley' says:

    Any pies he couldn’t eat got stuffed into the bags

  93. 93
    Yvonne from The Colliers Arms Clydach says:

    Have I got this right.

    You get an eight month prison sentence and you are released after two months having been given a soft prison place in the first place because you have an education and/or a bit of money and influence.

    Meanwhile I am left with a whopping great big tax bill for a trial which was completely avoidable .

    The only conclusion to reach is that bothConservative or Liberals are weak on crime no matter what they say.

    They better not knock on my door come election time.

  94. 94
    Rufus Stone says:

    Has Labour paid back the country’s money it frittered away?

  95. 95
    Crime and Punishment says:

    He is going to be on parole / needing to report into police regularly etc.

    Not out of the honey pot yet.

    If anyone spots Huhne even farting out of key, please be sure to call crime stoppers.

    Anyone who lies about their own mother in her obituary, to make himself looks better, is clearly a very rotten apple indeed.

  96. 96
    Nick Clegg says:

    Chris Huhne, Mark Oaten, Lord Rennard, Mike Handycock and Chris’s predecessor Milligan; never heard of any of them.

  97. 97
    Cardinal Biggles says:

    Good idea. However, I seem to remember a while ago that it was thought the anthrax had been eradicated. It might be worth testing that belief by moving parliament there for a decade or two.

  98. 98
    Vote conservative for uncontrolled immigration says:

    Do you remember Clegg on his radio phone in, said Chris remains a good friend, but he wouldn’t visit him in jail.

    We should ask Clegg if he will now visit the convicted Huhne (between the curfew hours of 9am and 7pm)

  99. 99
    jdseanjd says:

    Oh what a cnut.

  100. 100
    Jack Ketch says:

    The first thing to do is to investigate his acquisition of a laptop computer ordered a couple of days before he resigned and claimed on expenses (i.e. taxpayer’s money)–clearly he knew that he was going to resign and therefore he has committed fraud, alternately theft. As an old lag now, that should be worth at least six months (7 days in Lib-Dem criminal years).

  101. 101
    Jack Ketch says:

    Sorry folks–it was an Apple i-pad.

  102. 102

    Now usually, when someone comes out of prison, all their possessions are in a plastic bag. Why does he have 3 bags full of totty after only 8 weeks? Itsagame innit? KnowwhatImean?

  103. 103
    HM Treasury says:

    He should also be charged for B & B

  104. 104
    Neil & Christine says:

    We will welcone him to joing us in our Panto Season next Christmas at the end of the pier.

  105. 105
    Vince says:

    Me neither. Who are you?

  106. 106
    Jim says:

    If only you were Nick Glegg, then yours words would have impact. But we all know Nick could not possibly comment on this subject as it is not in his character to do so.

  107. 107
    Socialism = starvartion says:

    Lord Ahmed’s jail sentence was overturned on appeal, it was only dangerous driving, not causing death by the same.

  108. 108
    Anonymous says:

    Don’t forget Cyril Smith.

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