August 1st, 2013

Limo for M’Lord

It would seem the soon to be Lord Finkelstein is already getting used to the high life. A co-conspirator just spotted this in SW1:

What’s the betting it will be a ministerial limo soon enough…


32 Comments

  1. 1
    Spellcheck UK says:

    Finkelstine != Finkelstein.

  2. 3
    Idon'tneednodoctor says:

    And the story is?

  3. 5
    Ron Barras says:

    Another expense to the taxpayer.

    Make him take a Boris Bike for journeys under 4 miles or if he wants a flash chauffeured car, he can pay for it.

  4. 11
    Lord Stansted says:

    Will he put a paywall round No10 – oh, there’s one already.

    • 13
      Party of Dave still letting in 515,000 immigrants per year says:

      Hows about one round the whole of the UK?

      • 23
        Herman, Cathy and Jose Manuel says:

        Well done David, the people who matter, really matter here in Brussels. Applaud your tireless devotion to the ongoing destruction of the British people and their replacement with grateful ‘citizens of the world’.

  5. 12
    Dave should resign now says:

    David Cameron is a common purpose moron.

    His Lords appointment appear to me more to discredit that House than to continue due process.

    Unelected black activists appear to trump legit political parties which secured reasonable levels of the vote – higher %’age wise than even than the gay population.

    Cameron: You are a disgrace.

    • 16
      Party of Dave still letting in 515,000 immigrants per year says:

      Indeed.
      Cameron is a common purpose PR kid, a true heir to Blair.

      • 19
        Dave should resign now says:

        When this sinks in to the broader population, should see UKIP support go up a bit, and Conservative go down.

        The Polls will continue to be rigged though.

        What level of electoral fraud is going to be ignored next ?

    • 24
      Anonymous says:

      It’s the fact they are black that really gets you. Be honest.

      • 25
        Dave should resign now says:

        No – more that they are Labour activists who have exploited the murder of their son for their own objectives.

        The black issue is just insult to that injury.

  6. 14
    Tachybaptus says:

    I think that’s a Volvo S60. For a Vulva.

  7. 15
    John Bellingham says:

    Members of the House of Lords should be required to wear full ceremonial robes at all times in public, including headgear. A few weeks of that and they may withdraw to private life.

    • 26
      Tay King-dePisse says:

      Yeah– especially, make ‘em wear wigs.
      To remind us that the hair went from being on top of one horse’s arse to now being atop another.

  8. 21
    Dr Talent says:

    Well that would explain why Danny Finkelstein is such a wet blanket and continually applauds the equally wet blanket Cameron…….. he had his eye on a Lordship……

  9. 27
    Anonymous says:

    Another journalist, like Patience Wheatcroft, who has done nothing to deserve being put in the House of Lords apart from plenty of self-promotion and sucking up to Cameron. No doubt, like Wheatcroft, he will become even more insufferable as a result.  

    • 31
      Time somebody told you straight says:

      You are rambling in riddles again – and are beginning to be more and more ignored….

  10. 29
    Gig says:

    Do you just hate all politicians? You say it will be a ministerial limo with such utter contempt. What’s wrong with that? Would you rather abandon government and have anarchy? Idiot


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