October 8th, 2013

Nads Woos Tory MPs Ahead of Deputy Speaker Vote

Going on to refer to Hopkins’ personal blue on blue Twitter attack on Philip Davies last month. Copying and pasting whips’ lines to take in public arguments with with your own MPs apparently helps your chances of promotion. Hopkins and Nadine’s 1922 Committee battle wounds are clearly still sore. She can put probably him down as a maybe…


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  1. 1
    Nads has great baps says:

    When it comes to nasty and slimy MPs, there’s hundreds to choose from.

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    Perse O'Nalley says:

    If in doubt, say nothing. Nads is clearly not in any sort of doubt.

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  4. 4
    I wouldn't touch it with yours says:

    “She can put probably him down as a maybe…”

    Someone needs to concentrate. Either still pissed up from last night or banging the latest present from CCHQ up the arse.

    Or possibly both.

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  5. 9
    Firm But Fair says:

    Britain’s Sarah Palin.

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  6. 10
    Drake's Drum says:

    Standards please! The HONOURABLE Slimy, Nasty gentleman.

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  7. 21
    Vazoline says:

    Does this mean I’ve been beaten in the list for the slimeliest?

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  8. 22
    Polly Toynbee ate my hamster says:

    Go Nads!

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  9. 24
    Anonymous says:

    She’s absolutely right about Hopkins – indeed perhaps a little mild

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