September 10th, 2013

Now Vicky Pryce Speaks…

… To give her expert opinion on whether or not we should leave the EU:

“We should not even be contemplating leaving Europe. We should be in there influencing. If we leave we will not be able to do that. It is still the City that attracts the vast majority of foreign financial institutions which want to deal from here to Europe. Why would the City be better off outside the EU?”

She never had the best track record for making sensible decisions. Presumably she’ll be on Newsnight this evening too…


169 Comments

  1. 1
    Herman Van Aerial Disease says:

    oh do fuck off Vicky, you insufferable troughing bint.

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    • 11
      Wot happens if I knocks out ALL my teeth, Daddy? says:

      There a scary monster starin at me from outta ur blog thingy , Daddy . Make it go away *balls eyes out*

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      • 26
        Pull Staynes says:

        It’s your own fault for hacking my, oh-so-clever, administrator’s password AGAIN, Chastity, you little shit. How was school today, darling?

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        • 33
          Wot happens if I knocks out ALL my teeth, Daddy? says:

          It were fulla POOR ppl , as usual .

          order123 ain’t a proper password , btw .

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          • Debt Haircut says:

            The Greeks have a word for it. Handout.

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          • Pull Staynes says:

            Hmm. Now I realise why your iPhone was gaffer-taped to the top of the screen, my sweet. I did have my suspicions.
            I’ll thank you to drop the faux-Cockney accent, Chas. We’re supposed to be full-on Oirish folk now. Has Mummy stocked up on London Pride for this evening?

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          • Hang The Bostards says:

            Fuck off gobshite criminal !

            Does she have no shame…. Now she has a criminal record she is better suited to fit in with her EU criminal chums !

            A criminal and a traitor !

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          • Wot happens if I knocks out ALL my teeth, Daddy? says:

            Yeah . She jus staggered in wiv ur brews ; p

            I gonna do Chaturbate for half hour an then I got history homeworks *yawnies*

            C u when u gets back from *office* , Daddie x

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          • Pull Staynes says:

            OK. NO anal and NO drinking my beers, Chastity. We are, nominally, a Catholic family, after all.

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      • 30
        once a huhne always a c'unt.. says:

        ugly cow should keep her head down

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        • 55
          Belle Ennd says:

          Putting her head down is not a new experience

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          • Schrödinger's cat, Two dogs, Fifty seventh earl, and so many other pseudo-intellectual monikers says:

            Huhne has a rather odd taste in women. This one makes Trimingham look quite pretty – not an easy task

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          • King Cnut says:

            That’s what I call hitting the nail on the head! It’s because she didn’t put her head down that C H ran off with the exotic (term used advisedly) Ms T who, by all accounts, is up/down for anything!!!!

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        • 57
          Joe Public says:

          According to Chris Huhne the newspapers groomed her – can’t see any evidence of grooming.

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          • 10.4 highway pa -TROLL says:

            As King Elvis said in one of his “southern country boy ” songs ( “Polk Salad ” ) :

            “She s a mean , vicious , razor totin ‘ woman . Lawd have mercy “

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        • 154
          MacGuffin says:

          Is Huhne a closet gay? Because his women look like really tough blokes. just asking.

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    • 12
      V1le disgusting toxic Labour trashed my Country says:

      We need to leave this corrupt eu fiasco today.

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      • 143
        10.4 highway pa -TROLL says:

        Well OBVIOUSLY she wants us to stay in the EU so we can eventually
        ( probably if MilliMistakes ever gets to be PM ) be inveigled into contributing towards the continuing upkeep of her mother country for the next 50 years .

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    • 28
      Bingo says:

      I reckon Vicky would be better off selling home made tapestry cushions at car booties

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    • 44
      Tweet of the day says:

      There’s too many jail birds on the telly.

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    • 58
      The Public Good says:

      Shouldn’t she be deported back to the EU?

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    • 101
      PC Dixon says:

      Whats it got to do with an ex con

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    • 105
      lola says:

      + one zillion – stupid fucking bitch.

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    • 165
      Danny La Rude says:

      She is an odd-looking cow. Is ‘she’ really a bloke in drag ?

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  2. 2
    Mary Whitehouse says:

    I thought we had heard the last of them ffs

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  3. 3
    Chris Huhne says:

    Being Greek, she knows her compatriots need our contribution to the EU budget to help pay for their way of life. Btw, I’m surprised she hasn’t been culled in mistake for a badger.

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    • 7
      Our EU membership fee: 20 billion reasons to vote UKIP says:

      She’s pretty f*cking ugly, isn’t she? No wonder he ditched her. Imagine waking up next to that every morning! She reminds me of that ugly face they used to show in the end-credits of the original Star Trek series.

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  4. 4
    Burnt Ham says:

    I guess he’s now free to play Andy Burnham in his life story.

    Coronation Street actor Michael Le Vell has been cleared of r*ping a child. Mr Le Vell, 48, of Hale, Greater Manchester, denied 12 charges in total, including five of r*pe. Manchester Crown Court heard the girl, who cannot be named, claimed she was abused from the age of six until she was 14. Mr Le Vell, who has played garage mechanic Kevin Webster in the soap for 30 years, was tried under his real name Michael Turner.

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  5. 5
    Chuckster says:

    Jon Sopel’s intro for her was great. He ran through her CV, as he did all others, then said “more recently there’s been a bit of a gap in her work history”. Then, when explaining the structure of the debate (3 minute speeches from the panellists etc) he said it would open to public comment after “and Vicky will no doubt accept points from the floor”.

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  6. 6
    Herman Van Aerial Disease says:

    anyone else think she resembles Zelda from Terrahawks.

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  7. 8
    Right Full Rudder says:

    Why would the City be better off outside the EU? Because the EU wants to subject it to a Tobin tax that would scare much of its business away, you daft hag. The Germans hate the City. They want its business.

    Shame these peoples’ parole conditions couldn’t have included staying out of the media.

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    • 74
      Sir Bumley Foghorn MP (Much Ranting in the Shires) says:

      I know that this blog is polluted by brainless turds but surely even you have read today’s news? No? The EU legal advisors have told them the Tobin tax is illegal under EU and international law – so the chances of it happening are zero. Please pay attention.

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  8. 9
    Nigel Farage doppelganger says:

    Who is she to speak, a nobody, unelected , ex con.
    i bet she doesn’t have to live next door to thousands of immigrants.
    I hope one day a family of roma gipsy’s rock up next door to her.
    If she love the EU so much she should fork off over ther and live there.
    And take that ex c**t of a husband with her

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    • 79
      Sir Bumley Foghorn MP (Much Ranting in the Shires) says:

      Still, at least she cost us less than the £2 million Parker boasted of scamming from the EU.

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    • 158
      10.4 highway pa -TROLL says:

      ex husband …. she has no legal claim on him now ole boy … except whatever was agreed financially for her and the brood in any divorce settlement .

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  9. 10
    Stu says:

    So the silly cow has never heard of the Tobin tax. Why can’t she and the narcissistic crook she was married to just shut up and give us all a break?

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    • 77
      Sir Bumley Foghorn MP (Much Ranting in the Shires) says:

      Read today’s papers. Tobin tax declared illegal by EU legal advisors. It won’t happen.

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    • 159
      10.4 highway pa -TROLL says:

      you re joking Stu , ” shut up and give us all a break … “??

      He ll be the next Chairman of Goldman Sachs and she ll take over from that Noy woman as the CEO of the Cola company .

      Headhunters are networking as we write …

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  10. 13
    school for Scoundrels says:

    It’s almost as if the have choreographed this…

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    • 43
      Keep Calm, Vote UKIP says:

      Well they have form.

      They colluded on the perversion of justice thingy.

      Next we will have Br!scoe coming out of the woodwork banging the drum for in-camera courts…

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  11. 14
    Jimmy says:

    Who cares what a convicted criminal thinks about anything?

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    • 23
      Those 8 months flew by quickly says:

      +1

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    • 81
      Sir Bumley Foghorn MP (Much Ranting in the Shires) says:

      I think the answer to that is both the Labour and Tory parties since they still seem to be listening to their ex-cons (Archer, Aitken, all the expenses fiddlers). Certainly convenient that Gideon’s youthful indiscretions were overlooked by a constabulary paid to look the other way.

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      • 106
        Teasy weasy says:

        Which of us hasn’t done a couple of lines and got a faceful of black minge in our younger days?

        Simply a rite of passage for the right sort of chap.

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  12. 17
    Peter Martin says:

    ‘Presumably she’ll be on Newsnight this evening too…’

    —-

    If she’ll accept their invitation, that is.

    The price of poor associations can make even the most media-hungry choosy.

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  13. 18
    Bulldog says:

    She’s better at taking points than making them.

    Nice to see the Euro plans for a “financial transaction tax” have collapsed today. Another fine piece of Brussels bungling!

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  14. 20
    Cockney realist says:

    When will these europhiles get it into their soft heads – how do we ‘influence’ Europe when we are out numbered 26 to 1? Far better to get out and have TOTAL INFLUENCE over our own destiny.

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  15. 21
    Those 8 months flew by quickly says:

    Shouldn’t she still be in prison?

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  16. 22
    Anonandon says:

    What’s with all these “we’s”, you Greek ex-con?

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  17. 24
    Finkelstein & Aaranovitch, shameless smearers says:

    We are still at, boys

    http://www.nytimes.com/2013/09/10/world/middleeast/lobbying-group-for-israel-to-press-congress-on-syria.html?_r=0

    Out in force today…

    Let’s have a deadly war to endanger the world and help our Jihadi friends

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  18. 25
    Anne says:

    Even if the Government decides not to “opt back in” to Justice and Home Affairs and POLICING in 2014, it can always OPT IN if it or any of the other of the two major Political Parties get into alleged power in the 2015 General Election. If we do not get out of the EU SOON there will be nothing left for any UK Government to gover, only obey EU Orders. Yet know doubt they will still want to be paid and elected as if they are indeed Governing us.

    Two options remain. Remain in and obey the EU yet still vote and pay for two Full Houses in our Houses of Parliament. Or recognise that parts of our Constitution FORBIDS US to encourage in any way foreigners Governing our Country. That is why this Country went to war in 1939- a war I was in.

    I have suggested to use the 2015 General Election as the REFERENDUM we have been denied and only vote for those Political Parties or Organisations that want out of the EU. As I see it, it is the only legal/lawful way to get our Country back and for those we put in the House of Commons to Govern us and all in this Country according to our Common law Constitution.

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    • 39
      Russian Oligarch (and his bent City solicitors) says:

      I think you have missed the target, thank goodness

      It is not the EU that is a danger to the UK – they are tame

      We are brazen gangsters who have the cash to own and control your political parties and government – and newspapers, which no one else wants

      Along with the banks and co – and they are our accomplices, as you know

      You are no longer masters in your own house, whatever you do

      As dearr Vladdy says when he takes his vodka in the evening,

      Rule Brittania

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    • 78
      John Kerry, playing John Wayne says:

      I am the big boy in the world’s room

      You will remain in the EU and eat humble pie

      Otherwise, no more special relationship and no more banks in London, capisce?

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  19. 29
    Blue Peter Goldfish says:

    Old Lags forum Mk2.
    She seems to think the City (financial institutions) export baked beans or something to Hamburg, it is the EU that look upon the mile with envious eyes despite the problems we all know about, nothing they would like better than to get their hands on these piggy banks as well, after all the master plan is to subjugate all nations.

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  20. 32
    Cicero says:

    Presumably she thinks Switzerland does no financial transactions with ‘Europe’, then?

    And she’s one of the BBC’s go-to economists?

    Oh dear, oh dear …

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    • 51
      Blue Peter Goldfish says:

      Dow Jones, Hang Seng, Nikkei… all well known members of the European Union.

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      • 131
        London City Boss says:

        Yeah

        We just want to do all those deals which are illegal elsewhere

        Our banks are world leaders for fraud, money laundering, LIBOR fiddling, swap and oil price manipulating and any criminal deals we can find

        We take 5% off the top as a commission and everyone is happy…

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  21. 35
    Keep Calm, Vote UKIP says:

    After close to 40 years of expensive membership, UK influence in Europe has been marginalized and ridiculed.

    A definition of insanity is to repeat the same action expecting a different outcome. (And this applies doubly to repeated EU referendum questions)

    What rational argument can be given to suggest that the UK remaining in the EU would result in a different outcome 40 years from now ?

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    • 87
      Sir Bumley Foghorn MP (Much Ranting in the Shires) says:

      I opposed the NF in the 70s and the BNP later. Why would I vote for their successors? If I want an independent moderate anti-EU party I will join Alan Skedd’s new group.

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    • 133
      Vlad singing Rule Britannia says:

      You could even have another war with the Germans if you left the EU

      That would teach them

      Or should it be the French?

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  22. 41
    C.O.Jones says:

    According to reports she is currently in a relationship with the ex-minister and former Labour MP Denis MacShane.

    From her wiki page.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vicky_Pryce

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    • 95
      Cicero says:

      Good Lord.

      Is she actively *trying* to ram home her complete and utter lack of judgement?!

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      • 162
        King Cnut says:

        Birds of a feather flock together perhaps but it underlines the fact that V P’s strategic personal and emotional judgement is found wanting yet again.

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  23. 47
    geordieboy says:

    Has she confiscated her ex husband’s dildo now that she doesn’t need a strapadickyomy

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  24. 48
    Truthteller says:

    Why would I listen to an ex-con?

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  25. 49
    Lateral Thinking says:

    Is the return of Jekyll and Hyde to the media some sort of punishment for not getting behind the intervention hype ?

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  26. 52
    I fuckin luvs Marxist spunk i does, Stephanie says:

    I did not realise Ms Pryce was out of prison already

    However i am glad to see she is still able to offer her customary sage advice

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  27. 53
    Jack the Ripper says:

    I don’t know why she accepted early release. Shouldn’t she have stayed in prison, influencing?

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  28. 60
    EU Funded Pro-EU Troll says:

    Vote UKIP

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  30. 69
    BBC HR Mong says:

    We will be offering Chris Huhne a great job at the BBC as a climate change advisor.

    Worth 600K a year with a massive pay off as well.

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    • 93
      Sir Bumley Foghorn MP (Much Ranting in the Shires) says:

      Will he be working alongside Enver Hodge in her new role as Child Protection Advisor to the BBC?

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  31. 70
    Socialist Worker says:

    who the hell is listening to a felon out on licence?

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  32. 71
    Elsie Beattie (83 and a quarter) says:

    I think Huhne should be left in charge while the other six hundred and fifty do their three months, dear.
    He seems to have emerged from his incarceration as a more rounded human being, doesn’t he Reg, dear?

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    • 129
      once a huhne always a c'unt.. says:

      thats like saying reg is calmer than he used to be … huhnes just more dead to us than he was …we’re sick of his crap and shes no better

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  33. 76
    Glyn H says:

    The reason she is wrong is because she is a Lib Den. If you can swallow the tosh they believe in you cannot be a serious economist. Vide Cable who talks the most utter bilge such as Mansion Tax. Pure spite not sensible economics. Like Brown and private pensions. See also that twat Blanchflower. Utterly wrong.

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  34. 88
    very Earnest Saunders says:

    Good to see another felon slip through the bars.I was released following my diagnosis of Alzheimer s. Upon release I discovered a miracle cure of Guinness and expense paid lunches.
    I’ve passed the cure onto Dennis Mcshame, Nigel Evans and Margaret Moron should they ever
    Need it.
    If anyone knows of any other Mps in difficulty Im happy to help..Got to go another expense paid
    Meal calls.Must keep up the treatment.

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    Nigel F says says:

    So gutted Vicky takes this view on Europe as I was hoping she and Chris would join Neil and Christine in UKIP

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  37. 118
    fed-up in britan says:

    Why dont they deport her . no such bloody luck.

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  38. 123
    Basher Assad says:

    I hand over my CW

    In return for a Russian nuclear shield

    Fair dos?

    We partition Syria and stop the war

    Only solution

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  39. 126
    Calpe Hunt says:

    Compare & contrast BBC coverage of MacShane & Nigel Evans who the news today. pic.twitter.com/4ZxgIRE4GR

    Didn’t Dennis belong to Labour or was that just airbrushed out of the report?

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  40. 136
    Anonymous says:

    Labour’s John Denham dryly tweets:

    “Ian Katz helped me answer whether I wanted to go from Southampton to Glasgow to appear on Newsnight.”

    Take it thats a no then. Nobody will miss you.

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  41. 142
    jezus wept says:

    I’ve never heard of any of you.

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  42. 148
    Just Asking says:

    VALUES OF TRADE IN GOODS WITH EU COUNTRIES 2012 (inc Oil and Gas) deficit of £57bn – Total UK goods exported to the EU £150bn (£27bn being Oil and Gas) – Total imported goods from EU £208bn (£14bn being Oil and Gas).
    …………………….
    VALUES OF TRADE IN GOODS WITH NON-EU COUNTRIES 2012 (inc Oil and Gas) deficit of £51bn – Total UK goods exported to non-EU £149bn (£12bn being Oil and Gas) – total imported goods from non-EU £200bn (£40bn being Oil and Gas)
    ……………………
    Why does the UK sell its Oil and Gas to the EU ,only for it to then import its Oil and Gas shortfalls from the rest of the world ?

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  43. 151
    Labour- New Genocide Party says:

    Ffs? What an arse. Did Huhne bully her into this nonsense?

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  44. 152
    Dead Ed says:

    She looks like a fucking Bo’ Selecta character umphhhh

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  45. 153
    Sir Mary Flappes says:

    Fanny Ouzo.

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  47. 156
    The BBC jobs for the boys + compensation, name the amount says:

    Vicky darling come on Newsnight tonight. I think we can get you some compensation, half a million o.k.? I know you don’t work here but we have lots of license fee payer money to share with the chosen few.
    What about Patten you say, no problem, the silly old fart hasn’t got a clue what’s going on.

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  48. 157
    yorkshire lass says:

    I just wonder why is the U.K. listening to financial advice from a Greek!!

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  49. 168
    Fabio Capello says:

    Whya this woman a look alike me?

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  50. 169
    Mick Jagger says:

    Who is this impersonator? Is it paying royalties?

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