June 17th, 2013

Rennard Scandal: Former Clegg SpAd Bridget Harris Speaks Out

10 years ago when Bridget Harris was working at the Welsh Assembly, Lord Rennard, then Liberal Democrat chief executive made a series of unwanted advances towards her which she described as “furtive, obtrusive and upsetting”


172 Comments

  1. 1
    Miss Anna Grammer says:

    Lib Dem sex scandal = Climaxed Baldness

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    • 3
      organ eater. says:

      organ eater sounds like an organiser.
      thy uni rep.
      .
      see ra see ra see ra.
      read all about it.

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      • 5
        ed balls the chef. says:

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        there is a bit of the russian tiger about him.
        no balls.

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        • 11
          Ed Miliband says:

          Could somebody explain all this to me, as I’m finding it a bit confusing? I asked Justine and she said she’d tell me when I’m a bit older.

          Somebody else muttered something about birds and bees, but I’m still clueless.

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          • nigella is worth 9 times more. says:

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            what has become clear is that the gay.isation of bollywood is now complete.
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            we await mandela developments.
            mandela is end of chapter in vedic lingo.

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          • a1. a1 ace r u.... ae iou. b the ace......at the base level. says:

            wendy went for a rush of wind.
            she is growing up.
            .
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            saatchi’s introduce us to world of asphyxiation and there is talk of organ eating.
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            father figures from mandela to pp are being sidelined…we are introduced to the world of hacking and paedophilia….and all that focus.
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            a lot happening at great pace.
            it is a bit like clapping. 2 hands come together at great force and then they part. the intent behind to create a.
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            in any case….
            in order to pace thyself….drop the need for a “p” the father figure and become an ace.
            .
            the ace is always to become an ace….drop the royal r within…..and become an ace.

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          • the french when blue. says:

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            it is suggested that depression leads to.
            there is something about 10.
            the world is parting.
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            why are Google maps suddenly revealing images hitherto hidden.
            the tripplelock is on. sit and digest.
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            remove the pr from pace and race.
            and be the ace just as you are.
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            the fear is in the back of the head.
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            fee+ear =fear.
            freedom from fear:
            free+dum = freedom…..
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            add r to fee earning work and get free work.
            to be free, work for free.
            free is the royal not the lion. The royal works for free.
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            in the world of evidence based science, true freedom may lie in psychologically dominating royalty. God is scientific he wants to see the evidence that he is becoming less scary.

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    • 8
      Handycock says:

      Its hasn’t sent me bald :)

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    • 127
      Ed Miliband says:

      I’m utterly useless and face annihilation unless my party removes me.

      My small poll lead now won’t mean a damn thing in 2015. Michael Foot and Neil Kinnock were decent men, better leaders and had significantly bigger leads than I have. Alas, both lost by significant margins. I will lose by a much greater one.

      We’re in very deep trouble and won’t be elected until my namesake and I are removed.

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      • 140
        Democracy Now says:

        Labour won’t be elected. They may win a number of seats to which they are not entitled, because the constituency boundaries are gerrymandered in their favour and because they systematically cheat the democratic process using ‘postal voting’ frauds.

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      TomWatsonisafatbumgropertoo says:

      its all bollocks, everyone knows Lib Dumbs don’t go for women

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    • 151
      oliver cromwell says:

      so pensioners are fucked, which ever set of twats get in to so called government.

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  2. 2
    Just A Thought says:

    ACCOUNTABLE….

    Let’s hope justice will be done for his victims and he is properly held to account!

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    • 17
      Stewart Hall says:

      15 months for Lord Rennard!

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      • 22
        Nigel Farage doppelganger says:

        15 months then back to the lords to carry on troughing.
        hey little girl come sit on my lap and lets talk about the first thing that pops up

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        • 64

          If you wanbt all the decent upwardly mobile totty in Parliament to desert the cause

          Just carry on

          I say be kind to the old fart

          At least he’s hetero…

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          • Blowing Whistles says:

            Hetro’s commit as much crime as homo’s and even men who hide behind their religion – its just that homo’s have been ‘gifted’ [by the dirtiest of legal shysters - for a reason ...] the anti-homo card to ‘Scream and Fulminate’ about them being spoken the truth to – behind which they invariably hide their criminality. [e.g. possibly[!] David Laws]

            Now what other [religious] group – have had the benefit of a anti-se***sm card and used it very successfully for decades to their financial benefit – now let me guess or does it take an Einstein to work it out?

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    • 152
      ed balls says:

      FFS you twat

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  3. 4
    Nick Clegg says:

    All this hanky panky can be fixed with more taxes.

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  4. 6
    Icaughtinto you both says:

    I think he will pay sooner than expected

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  5. 7
    Tachybaptus says:

    ‘Furtive, obtrusive and upsetting’: the LibDems in a nutshell.

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  6. 9
    Portfolio says:

    Makes one wonder how Britain has survived really, in other cultures she would be stoned.

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  7. 10
    Handycock says:

    Judging by the amount of people admitting to having threesomes in today’s Sun maybe we should have a tax on that?

    Us Lib Dems don’t mind paying ;)

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  8. 12
    Incapable Vince, deputy Chief Cockroach says:

    I HAVE NEVER HEARD OF DEREK OSBOURNE

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  9. 16
    The BBC consumes an awful lot of cocaine, abuses children, and causes serious mental illness says:

    In summary: Lord Rennard is scum.

    - But how much of it is actually true ?

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    • 25
      Slyman Huge, Senior Cockroach says:

      He’s a FibDem so being scum goes with the territory.

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    • 124
      Blowing Whistles says:

      Perhaps the same scum legal shyster who made a packet defending [Acting more like] MacAlpine will “get” another pay day from Rennard?

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  10. 18
    Uncon Vince-ing says:

    I have no recollection. Who is he again?

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    • 20
      Calamity Clegg, Chief Cockroach says:

      I have no idea. There again, that’s my default position on everything.

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  11. 19
    Steve says:

    More than 400,000 households have told the BBC that they do not need a TV licence, according to figures which the corporation previously attempted to conceal.

    The figures suggest that a growing number are taking advantage of a legal loophole under which they do not need to pay the £145.50 because they watch only DVDs or programmes on BBC iPlayer and other catch-up services.

    Cheered me up.

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    • 46
      JH2983128912384923 says:

      Lets do a thought experiment.

      Imagine introducing a law tomorrow which stated you must pay a load of leftist agitators £145 if you want to sit in your own home and watch television as it is transmitted. They would then use this money to live high on the hog while trying to influence political life in the country.

      If you did not pay this tribute, you would be sent a load of pseudo-legalese letters telling you ‘what to expect in court’. Goons could also hammer on your door any minute demanding to know why you have not paid this tribute to your progressive betters, waving a form in your face which they order you to sign. The form criminalises you and means you must go to court to pay a fine. The goons would deliberately target downscale neighbourhoods where they know thickos will be home during the day, and would insinuate they have the legal right to enter the property right there and then.

      Breaking this law would lead to more women going to prison that for any other reason.

      How would that go down I wonder.

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      • 52
        Kateesh'a says:

        Hands off Nigella: in those photos the ruined face, the unwashed hair, the wrecked lips say it all …

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      • 114
        CarryHole is a porcine homunculus says:

        Lets do a thought experiment.

        A tax on having a letterbox in order to fund nannying junk-mail…

        If it’s so good, people will voluntarily pay for it.

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    • 49
      JH2983128912384923 says:

      PS – don’t bother telling them you only watch DVDs etc.

      They will interpret that as an invitation to have Capita goons turn up and search your property for ‘evidence’ you have a device tuned in to the high-intensity radio waves they blast your body with 24/7 without asking.

      It is none of their fucking business what you do in your home.

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      • 60
        Stupïd fucking reasoning watch says:

        By that logic you should just take whatever you want from the shelves of your local Tesco without paying for it since you will be consuming it in your own home and its none of their fucking business what you do in your home.

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        • 83
          JH2983128912384923 says:

          No. Wrong. Nothing has been stolen, as in your flimsy straw man example.

          I don’t watch broadcast TV, so I don’t need a ‘TV license’. End of story.

          That fact carries no implied right of access to my property for Capita, and I have no business with them, full stop. Besides, they only call during working hours about once every two years. That is a tacit admission that they are only after benefits drones sat on their arse at home within those hours, hoping for a quick bit of easy commission via their buddies in the local Magistrates court.

          We’re one step away from a fucking ‘progressive media license’ so the Guardian can be blissfully insulated from the market forces about to destroy them. They even mooted the idea, paid for by a ‘tax’ on broadband.

          Imagine being forced to pay for Polly Toynbee’s latest drivel because you intend to open an Internet browser that year. Fucking ridiculous, but millions do the equivalent for the Guardian’s broadcast wing every time they pay the license fee.

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        • 90
          Bert says:

          No, by that logic you have to buy a copy of the Guardian or Observer every day even if you only glance at the Beano once a week. BTW the BBC is in breach of the European Convention on Human Rights (yes, I know) by interfering with our free and unfettered access to information. They are also get LOTS OF MONEY from the EU in respect of the propagandising they do, which is of course why Brussels doesn’t enforce its own law.

          Corrupt? You bet!

          “Demanding money with menaces and engaging in covert social engineering …

          “It’s what we do.”

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      • 69
        albacore says:

        Well, the goon that turned up on the doorstep here
        Sodded off again with a flea in his ear
        He said they’d send more dicks to where I abide
        I said, “Please yourselves. You ain’t coming inside”

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    • 120
      NE Frontiersman says:

      Not a loophole; simply the law of the land.

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      • 128
        Blowing Whistles says:

        Some would say that ‘they’ don’t practice ‘the law of the land’
        but the law of the sea’ – Piracy. [Alabcore-style]

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  12. 21
    Anonymous says:

    o/t just watched brillos chop job on the edl leader, then slipping his nose up the arse of the muslim puppet …if thats an example of world famous beeb balance brillo and the beeb should really go fuck themselves!

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    • 102
      You've blown it says:

      Yes, Beillo was essential political viewing for me until Sunday.
      Now, after that bullying performance, he can go fuck himself.
      I wast his guests given a chance to digs their own grave, not harangued and shouted down.

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      • 129
        Blowing Whistles says:

        Brillo – is part of “The Publics” ‘problem’. He’s a paid up member of the fucked up establishment.

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  13. 23
    Full loving Parliamentary Assistant says:

    Hello Guido

    I spy on you sometimes

    But I think you are being veru unfair on this gent

    You know that all us Parliamentary fillies are simply thrilled by the odd furtive and intrusive hand

    It unsettles us and leaves us quivering for more

    Without it, I doubt if we would hang around the dunp

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    • 26
      Full loving Parliamentary Assistant says:

      PS I find you much sexier than that unkempt kid you have taken on…

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  14. 24
    Tony, International Statesmen says:

    Just wanted to put on the record I’ve not enjoyed relations with her today.

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    • 27
      Bill Clinton says:

      Hello Tony

      I kept what is left of my powder dry today as well

      Things aint what they used to be

      You remember our G8somes…whe jizz those were the days

      And no wives

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      • 29
        The BBC consumes an awful lot of cocaine, abuses children, and causes serious mental illness says:

        So what have the EU mongs brought to the G8 table from the loser zone ?

        Or have they just got together to talk about how shit they are and need some communist relief ?

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        • 33
          Bill C says:

          Off suject

          Stop spoiling my fun with Toni

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          • The BBC consumes an awful lot of cocaine, abuses children, and causes serious mental illness says:

            So how exactly is News International covering this ? :-D

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          • Bill C says:

            Why hello there BBC lover

            I think there is another huge BBC coverup, to reply to your question

            Toni always had them in his pocket

            But Digger is another matter

            The old rascal is sending out mixed signals

            Ner short of a trick Diggrr

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          • Blowing Whistles says:

            @TBBCconsumes …

            I posit that you left a word off of the end of your sentence

            So how exactly is News International covering up this ? *smiley face*

            Up.

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      • 34
        Hoots! It's Clown says:

        All well and good if you like that sort of thing. I was perfectly happy returning to my room to read the collected works of John Knox

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    • 28
      Your G8 Amico Silvio says:

      Pronto Toni

      Be careful

      My paps are in stiff competition to get shot of your very private prici

      They have telephallic lenses which can catch the most intimate and charming moments

      My cousin Dirty Desmondo is trying to catch up

      Just to warn you

      Con amore

      PS I am just organising a gruppo of nubile African ragazza to keep me happy in jail..You can always join us

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  15. 30
    Blair's Paid Ego Parrot says:

    http://www.endofhistory.info Just in case anyone wants to know when

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  16. 31
    Lord Rennard says:

    Guido

    I hope “it” was intrusive rather than obtrusive

    Obtrusive lacks the class you would expect from the House of Lords

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  17. 32
    The Office of Tony Blair says:

    Who is she?

    Looks familiar.

    Not currently having an affair with her.

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  18. 35
    Marky Oaten says:

    Oh dear, I hope he doesn’t get shat on!

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  19. 37
    fat bastards for justice says:

    This is blatant discrimination against fat, speccie little pervs.

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    • 56
      Tom Watson MP alias Fat Bastard says:

      You’re going to fuckin’ regret that!

      I’M the only Fat Bastard on this blog*! Rennard can go find another nickname!

      *Well, technically the proprietor is a fat little bespectacled man as well (and I won’t go any further than that without Parliamentary privilege– you see what happened to Mrs Bercow)– but I am the only one entitled to be called “Fat Bastard”! I worked long and hard for it and I won’t be cheated by some Lord Muckamuck like Chris Rennard!

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      • 63
        Funny says:

        Pipsqueaker

        Rimes with Squeaker

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      • 93
        Blowing Whistles says:

        Somehow I think Watson was the only Labour man who had the balls to stand up against Murdoch and his henchmen and as for the across the political divide – attacks upon him when he raises the issues of Hacking / criminality and or child abuse – it does somewhat do for those across the political circus who attack and smear him?

        Parliament of course in the 21st Century is just full of actors, thieves, shysters, chancers and general low-lifes and sub-intelligent money-grabbing wasters.

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        • 121
          Historian says:

          I rather agree

          Not one Tory MP to begin with had the courage to stand for the Rule of Law against the Murdoch Mob

          What a condemnation of the modern Tory Party

          A bought party

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          • Blowing Whistles says:

            Do you think that one man could have the dirt on them (Tory twats)over their snivelling and sucking up to Murdoch … Whittingdale – your days are numbered too.

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      • 94
        John Prescunt says:

        Ee Ah’m not avin that! Ah’m the Fat Bastard around ere an doan you forgetit.

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        • 139
          Tom Watson MP, Fat Bastard for the 2010's and beyond, says:

          Face it, John (may I still call you John, your Lordship?), you were a mean little bastard in your time, but alas, as we all must, and as I myself will need to do someday (but not soon), you have to make way for someone like me who’s young enough to be your son. Trust me John, I know yours are large shoes to fill (especially with your gout, boom-tish!), and I may only be a patch on your trousers’ seat, but you’ve got to let me do the bastarding now. I won’t let you down, I promise.

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  20. 42
    Jeremy Thorpe says:

    In my day, Liberal women were seen but not heard

    Those were the days

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    • 44
      The BBC consumes an awful lot of cocaine, abuses children, and causes serious mental illness says:

      Perhaps since then Lib Dem sexual technique has improved ?

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    • 95
      Blowing Whistles says:

      I have read with interest in the past few weeks the archive pieces about Profumo on the opposite page to Christopher Booker. Indeed!

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  21. 50
    Kateesh'a says:

    Nigellain those photos: the unwashed hair, the ruined face, the wrecked lips … says it all …

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  22. 57
    Digger says:

    I know what you all think of me

    But the next stage of my life is called Redempton

    You will see me walking on water

    No shit

    End of press release from Gotham City

    PS It is my new employee Guido who told me to shape up or (I can’t tell you the rest – it is too shameful)

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  23. 59
    Lancashire Procurator Fiscal says:

    Surely furtive and obtrusive contradict each other?

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    • 73
      Captain Paddy Pantsdown says:

      I quite agree

      What is needed in the Lib Dem party is some dynamic thrust to drive us into the 21st century

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  24. 61
    The playful hands of Charles Saatchi says:

    My feeble excuse isn’t working.

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  25. 65

    Re yout tweet Guido

    Psychedeic lighting FFS? on the taxpayer?

    Do the Civil Service (apart from the Leader of the Opposition’s Office) get free white stuff as well?

    Have they all gone back to the 70s? I know retro is fashionable, but this is getting ridiculous……

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  26. 66
    BBC scum says:

    Worse to come with Mike Handikapkok.

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    • 134
      Blowing Whistles says:

      Not if the elected by Portsmouth City Council – Recorder of Portsmouth Heatherington has anythingy to do with it all – Masonic judicial bastard that he is.

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  27. 68

    Just to keep you up to speed, Guido,

    I know you are interested in Dave’s pyjamas

    My husband and I have invited Dave and Sam for a “pyjama sleepover” next weekend

    At the same time at the Chipping Norton Set Hunting Gig…

    Must live in up while we can..

    LOL

    R&C

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  28. 70
    sir boffton toffton mp - what? says:

    he ‘obtruded an upsetting furt’

    sounds pretty normal to me

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    • 74
      Dr Spock says:

      You mean he caught it in his zip?

      Poor chap, I have had the same very painful experience

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  29. 72
    Sit Petra says:

    Sly Old, Lib/Dems.

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  30. 75
    Rational man says:

    WHY DOES THE LIB DEM PARTY EXIST?

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    • 89
      The neo nuts looney loons OBE says:

      In 2015…..they wont. Lab will pick up 20 of there seats, tories a few. Lab therefore need a mere 30 seats to acheive a majority…..these are the facts neo loons.

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      • 145
        The British public says:

        Along with the gerrymandered constituencies, the flagrant breaches of electoral expenses laws and the systematic ‘postal voting’ frauds, you might have a point – if the electorate hadn’t also seen how very poor your party has become.

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  31. 76
    Knob Ed says:

    I would encourage all our supporters to put their life savings in the Co-op bank.

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    • 77
      Sit Petra says:

      A divi? ( wont make any sense to anybody under 50 years of age).

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      • 82

        I think it is fair to say that the cooperative and mutual societies, whose roots went back to the 19th century, provided a good and honest service to communities which would otherwise not have been provided for. After WWII, they were essential in providing distribution of goods and the divi was an acceptable way of the customer sharing in the rewards of their enterprise. The banking side took off slowly but that also was done safely if unadventurously. They were actually the first bank to offer an interest paying current account.

        Then came automation, where they were decidedly behind the curve. Worse came the ludicrous ethical policy stage and the changes introduced by Brown in 1997. They seemed to lose their heads after that. When such organisations go bad, it happens more swiftly than in the conventional private sector. The current situation is laughable and frankly I cannot see how they can call themselves a bank any more as they can’t lend any money because they are as good as bust.

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        • 100
          Former banker says:

          Like all the UK listed banksbailed out directly or thru the Fed and BoE despite all their fucking spin to the contrary

          And at least their management did not run off with billions siphoned off before the Crash

          But interesting that British bankers seem to be aboutbthe most incompetent and dishonest in thecworld..closly followed by Wall Street

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        • 133
          Blowing Whistles says:

          SC as I stated below – look up the Bankers Manifesto of 1865 (will get back if the year is wrong) and just think about all the bastards you constantly try to excuse inc yourself. Oh – you probably have a copy of that manifesto in your archives – and you also probably dismissed it as tosh! – Think again Old Man; you may well have been ‘duped’ for the best part of your life too?

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          • As normal, you are confused. The Bankers Manifesto was an alleged USA fraud of 1892 supposedly uncovered by Congressman Charles A Lindbergh SR, the father of the aviator. He was an opponent of the Federal Reserve Act and of WWI and a conspiracy theorist. There was another similar allegation in 1934, long after Lindbergh SR had died. I believe them both to be bogus.

            Even if my presumption is mistaken, British banking was not involved anyway.

            I am quite happy to discuss matters relating to the raising of credit, the Bretton Woods system, the move to fiat money away from the Gold Standard and the rights and wrongs of government intervention, which are all perfectly valid topics for argument.

            What I cannot stand is your childish personalisation of the issues and taunts which add heat but shed no illumination upon these issues – which actually really do matter. You somehow manage to discredit your own cause by this stupidity. As a result of your behaviour, I now tend to avoid you altogether and am happy to let others here decide for themselves whether you have any useful contribution to make or not. When you learn to adopt a more mature tone, I shall be happy to engage with you again.

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          • call of the wild says:

            It must be hard to catch mice with that stick up your arse.

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          • Blowing Whistles Watch says:

            Blowing Whistles got his balls chewed off and serves him right.

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          • Blowing Whistles says:

            BWWatch – I have not had my ‘balls chewed off’ at all – The Cat just likes to frame his wordings to appeal to mongs like you.

            Do Kindly butt out of the differences of opinion between the cat and I.

            You have had your sub-intelligence (All you can do is smear) ‘outed’. Now fuck off.

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      • 162
        Green Shield Stamps says:

        I’m under 50 and it made sense to me.

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    • 78
      Long john Silver's parrot says:

      Last year this Government wanted to hand thousands of Lloyds customers and their money to this organization without any by your leave or compensation.

      Whatever happened to due diligence?

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    • 80
      Ed Balls - Shallow Chancer says:

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      • 87
        Builder burg balls says:

        Don’t labour owe the coop bank some 9 million. That’s 9 million they ain’t got.
        No wonder the throw up bank is fecked

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        • 103
          Former banker says:

          There should be a public investigation of how Labiur ripped off the Coop and other insider deals…

          It looks pretty fishy to me how a coop bank can suddenly go belly up 5 years after all the others

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  32. 79
    The neo nuts looney loons OBE says:

    How are the lynton crosby feeds today guido. Lol

    Free schools…there are less than 100 . Out of the 11000 schools in Uk, free schools are less than 1%. The free schools may not be scrapped, but they will not get the extra funding they receive from 2015….. So no guido, the gimps project will not survive

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  33. 91
    Fabians are evil says:

    Two thoughts,

    if it’s Tribal behavior at fault then, in such a bloody small tribe, they must all have known (perhaps the limp dems were happy to have a few hetros)

    Secondly – Surely the debt of the Labour party should now be called in to protect the depositors of the CO-OP ????

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    • 105
      Ordinary bloke says:

      Exactly like the BBC

      Hundreds of people must have known for decades of all thiis aabuse

      And a man like Hall could still be given an OBE in 2011

      There are hundreds morf guilty parties who just covered all this shit up for going on 40 years

      Truly staggering

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  34. 97
    Saffron says:

    Reynardio just another fat fox and his exploits mismanaged by I don,t know nuthin Cleggover and his gang of green around the gills misfits.

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  35. 98
    Blowing Whistles says:

    Nuke the Hamilton Sheriffs court – they’re trying to bury an acient but powerful case ‘Lawburrows’. Bastard legal bastards.

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  36. 101
    Saffron says:

    The G8.
    Another expensive talking shop which will achieve zilch.
    On another angle why the hell is Barrosovia and Rumpy there at all please tell me which country that couple of nut jobs represent.
    Syria,tell cammoron we have enough problems in our country and charity begins and ends here.
    People here in poverty and we can hand billions with no checks to despots that cannot be right if you supposedly have the interests of our country as your priority.
    Over to you Wavy Davy boy.

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    • 108
      Churchill says:

      Jaw jaw always better than war war

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      • 112
        Dr Spock says:

        Talking of jaws

        Has Robbie Peston jaw dropped yet?

        Or any oth part of his anatomy?

        Or was it another BBC con job?

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    • 109
      Blowing Whistles says:

      Someone [not me] made a very good point / comment about the Private ‘City Of London Police’ on yesterdays late blog. The point he/she made to some might seem strange … but “the truth is sometimes stranger than what many people incorrectly assume to be a fiction” … and many ‘elderly readers’ of this blog need to start thinking about who they have been fooled by for most if not all of their lives – the political wanchors on both sides of the house of commons who’s dupe and thieve from them game is all but over.

      Think – apolitical – they’re all a bunch of twats – misled by evil shysters.

      Judicial Tyranny anyone – Oh no it couldn’t happen here my dear could it?

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      • 111
        Blowing Whistles says:

        btw further clue – The City of London Corporation.

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        • 116
          Judge says:

          Hence Boris’ unquestioning backing of the bankers

          Despite UK banks having created repeated global criminal scandals

          Withiut ONE of the bosses in jail

          Quite remarkable for honest citizens to see

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          • Blowing Whistles says:

            Try a gogggle search on the Bankers manifesto 1865 – I believe. Truth / fiction ‘n all that. Happy banker hunting.

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    • 137
      Please please let me join the big boys says:

      Still, it was quite funny watching Enda Kenny walking in alongside the leaders of real countries, knowing he shouldn’t really be there.
      He looked like Stan Laurel

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    • 141
      The British public says:

      Syria is none of our business

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      • 165
        Western bankers says:

        But it is our business. It is one of the few countries left in the world that doesn’t have a private Rothschild style central bank. It still has a State/government owned central bank.

        We need to privatise it, so we can enrich ourselves and make the public poor.

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  37. 110
    Afriqua'a says:

    Charles Saatchi : the provok’d husband ?

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    • 113
      Blowing Whistles says:

      spoiler story – LOB (Load Of Bollox).

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    • 117
      Observer says:

      Just look at Bagdad where he comes from…

      Different world

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      • 122
        Tower Hamlets Diversity Outreach Co-Ordinator says:

        I’ll pop around and remind Nigella she should be valuing diversity. DV is integral to these cultures and should be celebrated.

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  38. 115
    Blowing Whistles says:

    Re: legal point mentioned in the Huhne saga – Get your early guilty plea in … now Stuart Hall didn’t do that did he and it is one of the aggrivating factors that appears to have been ignored.

    When is Ken Clarke up for child abuse?

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  39. 136
    Jimmy says:

    Pam Ayres there has a point. If there’s one thing guidophiles hate more than racism, it’s sexism.

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    • 150
      call of the wild says:

      And doesn’t this grey world need more isms, Jimmy. I for one am very glad that there are all of these differences that we can have isms for. Gender differences in sex-ism that we can celebrate (like secretaries and checkout girls who make the working lives of men bearable), racial and cultural differences in race-ism that we can learn from (like Japanese cinema and Italian cuisine). We wouldn’t want even more of this One great big world culture where all anyone does is work, consume and shovel McDonalds burgers down their gullets. Would we Jimmy? Jimmy?

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      • 156
        UKIP or bust says:

        How about ‘Jimmyism’.

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      • 158
        JH2983128912384923 says:

        Actually some people will not be content until we are all coffee coloured peasants.

        Even then, they will find some other ‘injustice’ which they will feel entitles them to huge gobs of power, influence and other people’s money.

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        • 161
          WoRaft ChIHUAHua says:

          Those people are not themselves proposing to be peasants. Feudalism, here we come.

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  40. 138
    albacore says:

    All these juicy tales of much furtive lurking
    Around the knickers of ladies who’re working
    Ain’t arf a great and wonderful distraction
    From primary Parliamentary action
    Terminally violating the nation
    With state-instigated mass immigration

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  41. 146
    TomWatsonisafatbumgropertoo says:

    Good god. Fat middle aged men in senior positions perv over, bumgrope and proposition young ambitious girlies. Well I never, where do bears do their business? If you know, keep it quiet.

    Strange thing is when women proposition men in an unwanted fashion it is received as a humourous event – and it does happen. I make one exception – Tom Watson is a disgusting slug who I would not wish on any female – thank god his wife has finally had enough.

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    • 169
      D. Acerspades says:

      Where do bears do their business?

      Not sure, but there’s a helluva lotta sh*t in Wall Street and the City of London these days. Am I getting warmer?

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  42. 155
    Godfrey Loon says:

    Had a cheeky bottle of wien beofre brakefast.

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  43. 157
    Owen Jones says:

    Our beloved PM who fucked off to Ibiza when Lee Rigby was butchered has tweeted the menu for tonight’s dinner. What a clown.

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  44. 159
    Johnny Norfolk says:

    Give us a break. Storm in a teacup.

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  45. 160
    One Term Dave says:

    Me and Willy are determined to get this country involved in Syria one way or the other. We support democracy all over the world (apart from the UK that is). Besides,it means we can pretend to be world statesmen instead of useless mediocre knobs.

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  46. 171

    When power gets abused, by dishonourable geezers who feel they are above the law. Then it is well past time for whistles to be blown loud. Regardless of their colour, religion or political standing.

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