November 7th, 2013

Speccie Awards: The Results

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The 15 rebels who said no to press regulation.


46 Comments

  1. 1
    Blind Pete says:

    Not a fan

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  2. 2
    J R Tolkien says:

    What about Paul Goggins?

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  3. 3
    dai unregulated says:

    yes – well done and thanks

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  4. 5
    Uh? says:

    “There”?

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    • 8
      Wait - what! says:

      I’m guessing the awards are not a ‘dry’ affair.

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    • 9
      Observer says:

      There there. I think it’s commiseration for those who lost, but the second ‘there’ has also got lost…

      It couldn’t possibly be that Guido’s minions are illiterate.

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  5. 10
    Casual Observer 3 says:

    Perhaps Cyprus security has just been weakened a bit:

    http://cryptome.org/2013/11/cyprus-uk-us-spy.htm

    Kind of obvious that Cyprus is a good base for monitoring Mid East, but the tapping of underseas fiber cables is possibly something that some would not want revealed.

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  6. 12
    any old crap says:

    If you want to be the public’s Parliamentarian of the year, do the job your paid for and not doing your job networking for a job for when your five years are up and you have made yourself into a multimillioniare

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  7. 13
    kmc says:

    “There [sic] rebels who said no to press regulation.”

    So the other 635 MPs are incorrigible tosspots?

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  8. 14
    Ron Barras says:

    How do they judge the winner? Biggest expense claim? Most number of planted questions asked in a week? Laziest attendance record?

    I can think of Guido making right mischief with alternative awards!

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  9. 16
    This or That Woman says:

    Gun laws?

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  10. 17
    The Public says:

    So, how many houses do these people own?

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  11. 18
    Long John Silver's parrot says:

    I read the spectator once.

    It is fuckin awful.

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  12. 20
    Rip Van Winkle says:

    Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

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  13. 22
    The 1922 Committee says:

    No. >Is Iain Duncan Smith Fit for Purpose? Tory Turmoil as Welfare Reforms Branded ‘Unmitigated Disaster’- IBTimes UK

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    • 23
      Fishy says:

      No. Just Hodge the Dodge grandstanding again (and breaking Select Committee protocol into the bargain)

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  14. 24
    Buy now!!!! says:

    Twitter shares rise from $26 to $45 in the first minutes of trading on the New York Stock Exchange

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  15. 29
    Vote UKIP - don't get owned says:

    How is it that when it comes to immigration the UK is not densely populated but when it comes to fracking it is?

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-24853877

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  16. 41
    Slyman Huge, Senior Cockroach says:

    Will I get ‘Dodgy MP’ award this year or will Huhne beat me to it again ?

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  17. 43
    albacore says:

    And this bunch are the very best?
    It don’t say much for all the rest
    Then again, such expectation
    Don’t arf take imagination

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  18. 44
    Axe The Telly Tax & Religion &Kill All Eco-loons says:

    Wasn’t Philip Davies one of only 5 Tories to vote against green energy taxes and didn’t he give Chris Patten a roasting at the select committee?

    Knife traitor Cameron now and get him installed as the new Tory leader and they can still win the next election.

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