July 10th, 2013

LibDems Urged to Head to Portsmouth for “Stimulating Activity”

An appealing invitation from Mike Hancock’s backyard. Local LibDems in Portsmouth are mobilising this weekend. “Stimulating activity” all round:

“Activists will gather from across the region for free food, invigorating campaigning and stimulating company. You can come for as much or as little of the day as you like. We want to make the day a great experience for you, with lots of stimulating activity that best uses your skills.”

Handycock’s troops preparing for a by-election?


70 Comments

  1. 1
    Lib Dem note says:

    If you have big bazoomers then come along

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  2. 2
    Grubby Tory Party says:

    Sir Anthony and Lady (Carole) Bamford: The billionaire chairman of JCB digger empire, which has donated £4million to the Conservative Party over the past decade. Since Mr Cameron became leader Sir Anthony has personally donated £71,250 with the company giving more than £1.74million.

    The Bamfords jet around between their 1,500-acre estate in Stow-on-the-Wold, a £20million beachside mansion in Barbados, a chateau in Provence, and a £30million Chelsea townhouse.

    Last month, in a report commissioned by Downing Street, Sir Anthony called on the Government to become champions of manufacturing and cut business taxes to support a renaissance in engineering.

    Michael and Dorothy Hintze: The 58-year-old former Australian army captain founded the £5billion hedge fund CQS, and has given and loaned several million to the party since 2005. The soldier turned banker has personally donated £1.24million since Mr Cameron became leader, with CQS adding another £33,000.

    The former Goldman Sachs executive, with a fortune estimated at around £700million, was at the centre of the Liam Fox scandal that cost the Defence Secretary his job. Father of four Mr Hintze came under scrutiny after giving more than £100,000 to Dr Fox’s former charity, the Atlantic Bridge, run by the politician’s friend and self-styled adviser, Adam Werritty.

    Murdoch and Elsa Maclennan: Chief executive of the publisher behind the Daily Telegraph, Mr Maclennan was not a personal donor but £23,925 has been donated via the Telegraph Media Group

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    • 9
      Shocked of Sheen says:

      Glad they’re on my side.

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    • 15
      CarryHole is the porcine homunculus says:

      “Successful employers donate to Conservatives”.

      Good PR, I’m sure they’ll thank you.

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    • 16
      Aaron D Highside says:

      How much from Blair, Mandelson, Brown, Robinson, Hodge, Campbell, Harperson?? And if sweet FA, why not??

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    • 17
      Red Ed's non-predator union bosses says:

      We HATE successful people.

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    • 18

      Well, we don’t want anyone who contributes to the economy and the balance of payments, do we?

      Jesus, if we had too many of those, we might not have a deficit any more!

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    • 34
      An Engineer says:

      So Dave C gets advice on business from a very successful businessman.

      Ed Millidick gets advice on business from Chuka Umm Umm.

      Who gets the best advice?

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    • 39
      Lukewarm says:

      Typical whining lefty nonsense. Driven entirely by jealousy directed towards people who are smarter and have achieved more, and contribute to the economy.
      Oooo, I want to be as successful as them, but I can’t, but Ed Milliband will make sure I get lots of money for doing my shitty council job arranging outreach sessions on using PCs for out of work spastics…

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      • 58
        A soldier says:

        at least that soldier managed to live and not be murdererd by a liebour illegal war. With inadequate kit.

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  3. 3
    Grubby Tory Party says:

    Two donors named as having been wined and dined – Sir Anthony Bamford and Lord Ashcroft – have headed Government policy reviews.
    The world’s biggest oil trader, Ian Taylor, who profited from the war in Libya, was revealed as a No 10 guest.
    Chancellor George Osborne and Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg said they too had entertained Tory and Lib Dem donors at official residences.
    Former Labour fundraiser Lord Levy admitted £250,000 would have bought dinner with Tony Blair, but in a private house.
    Mr Clegg demanded cross-party talks on party funding reform begin this week.
    Tory peer and lawyer Lord Gold was put in charge of an internal Conservative Party inquiry.
    Senior Tory MPs called for a new party chairman to take over from Mr Cameron’s former tennis partner Lord Feldman, who appointed Mr Cruddas

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  4. 5
    bbc says:

    We will be covering the event as there will be lots of young girls and boys having fun.

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    • 53
      Handycock (Teen Fondler) says:

      Will all the attractive young girls coming along who want a free ride in my Range Rover Evoque please email me on: handycock@perverts.com leaving a personal photo with bust size also, thanks.

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      • 55
        Olga Bonkalot, St Petersburg says:

        Hey Handy,The girls and I hope you are not going to be unfaithful to us and when are you coming back to Mother Russia?

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      • 56
        Grand Master, Grand Lodge, Great Queen Street says:

        Boaz Handy.

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  5. 6
    Anonymous says:

    “You can come for as much or as little of the day as you like” fner fner

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  6. 7
    Shocked of Sheen says:

    Not my idea of fun.

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  7. 10
    All lib dems are liars says:

    Mentally Ill especially welcome no doubt.

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  8. 12
    B Boyd says:

    He’d make a great Beeboid.

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  9. 14
    Ed Dafty, LimpDim MP, Climate Change Chieftain says:

    Going there next ?

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  10. 19
    Incapable Vince, deputy Chief Cockroach says:

    I have never heard of Mike Handycock.

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  11. 21
    Sir William Waad says:

    Remember, children, there is no such thing as a free lunch.

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  12. 26
    Joss Taskin says:

    How will all those FibDems get down to Portsmouth if they’re desperately reducing the carbon footprint ?

    Will they all cycle there and back ?

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  13. 27
    Trent says:

    Australia 19-2

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  14. 28
    Fat Pang says:

    I had no idea that I am Chairman of the BBC. This came as a dreadful shock to me and I am determined to leave no stone unturned until it is all smoothed over and has been forgotten.

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    • 31
      Tachybaptus says:

      Lament

      ‘I was never chairman of the company, so far as I know’ — Old Bailey remark

      I heard a voice complain in Fenchurch Street,
      Very bitterly it grieved, saying:

      1
      I wish I knew if I was chairman of this company,
      It would make a lot of difference at conferences:
      Gorgeous conferences we have, simply gorgeous,
      Finest in the City, I imagine.
      I am always in the top chair, but the boys will never let on if I’m chairman or not.

      2
      Sometimes after a jolly fine conference I say: ‘Boys, that was a fine conference, let’s have another.’
      Then we have another, right on the spot.
      I often slip in a word, as if joking, such as ‘Looks to me as if I’m chairman of this company’, but nobody ever takes it up.
      Often when I’m signing things or shouting into my dictaphone (you ought to see my dictaphone) or maybe ringing through to main office and firing somebody, I wish one of the boys would just say: ‘Look at old Fishy – he’s chairman, you know.’
      Nobody ever does.

      3
      For Heaven’s sake, why can’t they be frank with me one way or another?
      If they’d just say: ‘All right, old boy, you’re chairman’, I could do a lot of things I’ve always wanted to do.
      Such as swinging a big merger, Or correlating overhead with saturation-point, Or getting a whole lot of people, say twenty or thirty, on the mat at once and raking them with merciless eyes and saying:’ You’re out!’
      I’d get a chairman’s portion on the Southern Belle too.
      Dear Heaven, why can’t they tell me?

      — D. B. Wyndham Lewis

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  15. 29
    Penfold says:

    Well, that’s a blatant attempt to contaminate the jury pool for Handycock’s trial.

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  16. 32
    a bacon butty says:

    when’s this ramawhasit end I could murder a pint

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  17. 33
    Trent says:

    22-3

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  18. 37
    Handycock says:

    I’m used to applause.

    Here in Portsmouth everyone follows my instructions or I set Boaz on to them 8o|

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  19. 38
    Anonymous says:

    Have Huhne’s costs been quantified/paid yet?

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  20. 41
    Anonymous says:

    Who’s paying for the free food?

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    • 43
      Lukewarm says:

      “Activists will gather from across the region for free food…”

      Sounds like a scene from a zombie movie

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  21. 44
    A lying tit on the BBC. says:

    Handicapkok should be banged up alongside Bubbha.

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  22. 45
    Uriah creep. says:

    Hancock is a creep.

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  23. 46
    Gerald Vernon Jackson says:

    The food will be a mixture of left over from our Fantastic Friday Night’s Out at a fellow Cllr’s House in Fareham.

    Anyone is welcome to that too.

    £20.00 pays for all your food, a go in the Whirlpool and as much fun in the outdoor Swimming Pool as you like.

    And this is just the warm up act.

    Only the Lib Dems in Portsmouth guarantee you real fun and superb value for money ;)

    Tally Ho Guido ;-O

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    • 60
      Handycock (Teen Fondler) says:

      Hey Gerald you forgot to tell them about the bubble wrap and that it is in Brother Fuller’s house. Boaz.

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  24. 47

    Should not LabourHistory be renamed LabourIsHistory?

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    • 49
      Len McCluskey says:

      They will be if me and my Unite Buddies son’t get our way.

      We want a return on our £8,000,000 investment.

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  25. 48
    Lord Rennard of Fondle says:

    Oh, I’ll be there to help the girls………

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  26. 50
    Mark Oaten says:

    Can I Cum Mikey? :P

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  27. 51
    Pentangelis says:

    May the last of the Lib Dem triumvirate of Winchester, Eastleigh and Pompey soon join his odious colleagues in utter oblivion, if not a prison cell.

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  28. 52
    Geoffrey Brooking says:

    Don’t the Hampshire Lib Dems make you sick.

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    • 63
      Pentangelis says:

      Yes they do. I remember them taking control of Gosport Council decades ago and they were just as bad then.

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  29. 62
    sally at the seaside says:

    Well I’m going.we are all going to meet in the Fawcett inn.apparently handycock and lord
    Randy will both be there and intend to show women candidates their full range of campaigning
    Skills.

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  30. 64
    Ippikin says:

    Any chance of a massive fracking quake down there?

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  31. 65
    Spank, The Bishop says:

    The star act of the show is Handycock fondling one of his young acolytes.

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    • 66
      Chris Huhne says:

      I can put in an appearance so long as you don’t mind my electronic tag and curfew.

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  32. 69
    Ed the head says:

    Well one Lib Dem county councillor who won’t be down there this time around is Adam Carew, the Hampshire county councillor for Bordon Whitehill, he has just jumped ship to the Tories! Only back in May he was vilifying them, now he’s one of them. Typical of the way the Lib Dems are evolving into the orange Tories. Old Handycock’s constituency could be turning blue indeed!

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  33. 70
    fake designer bags says:

    “You were among the first students in Washington County that had choice in the high school you wanted to attend, and I believe both personally and professionally that having this choice has made all the difference in your education,” Morgan said He was the only one wounded fake designer bags

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The lefties are attacking because the panellist is a millionaire and lives in a London home worth upwards of two million. Someone had best tell them he’s called Ed Miliband.


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