November 18th, 2013

The Laws an Ass


  1. 1
    Fishy says:

    If he goes down (cough), does he automatically get deported?

  2. 2
    nellnewman says:

    I’m looking at a picture of David Beckham in OK Magazine and I think his knackers might be getting bigger.

  3. 3
    Alf Garnett says:

    No, he’ll get a handsome pension and some sort of overpaid sinecure in the EU. Unfortunately, even if he quits these shores for Brussels, he will be allowed back in.

  4. 4
    Alf Garnett says:


  5. 5
    Happy Days says:

    Ah, a Labour deflection attempt after one of their own is caught with his pants down.

    MacShane’s been nailed.

  6. 6
    David Laws says:

    I resemble that remark.

  7. 7
    Wurzel says:

    Being a socialist is taking the easy way out of life

    Owen Jone’s job is to watch the few who work and demand they pay more and more of their wages to to many who don’t

  8. 8
    Chris Huhne says:

    He could just get away with it by shagging Vick. I used to think she looked like a man first thing in the morning.

  9. 9
    nellnewman says:

    Can yow post this anon please bab

    To the guy in the papershop just off the high street in dudley, on the same side as PARS cafe, nearest to the ladbrokes. You are RUDE and never have you ever said ‘thank you’ or even ‘cheers’ when i have purchased something in your shop, I don’t have to shop at your little shop, there’s another 2 papershops on the same road which i will be using instead!!

  10. 10
    A close shave says:

  11. 11
    nellnewman says:

    As promised here are my prices for 2 for 1. these are from my therapy room only.
    Tarot card £10. reiki £15. reflexology £15. swedish massage £15. aroma massage £20. indian head massage £10.
    Half leg wax £7, under arm £4.50, upper lip or chin £3.50her areas available but not in the offer.
    Manicure from £6 to £14. Pedicure from £6 to £16.
    Facials from£8.50 to £15.
    All of my other therapies are at good prices but not in 2 for 1 offer.

  12. 12
    The Bastards says:

  13. 13
    Ben Gurney-Marsh says:

    MacShane is the same as Huhne, he lied and lied for years only to admit it when finally dragged into court.

    A despicable toad of a man.

  14. 14
    Cymro oddi ar y llinell says:

    Guido to be prosecuted for persistent apostrophe abuse.

  15. 15
    Mr Toad says:


    (Poop poop!)

  16. 16
    Bill Sikes' Dog says:

    The Law’s an Ass .

    Has your ‘apostrophe’ button seized up ? .

  17. 17
    Anonymous says:

    Cymru 40 Yr Ariannin 6

  18. 18
    Mr Toad says:


  19. 19
    Greengrocer says:

    Shouldn’t that be “As’s”?

  20. 20
    He strung the law and the legal aid until the final second. says:

    Already some are saying he has done the decent thing by owning up.

    NO HE HAS NOT DONE THE DECENT THING by owning up at the last minute when he realised that he would be found guilty. He has only owned up because the law says the judge MUST give MacShane a reduced sentenced because he has owned up.

  21. 21
    Handycock whipping it out says:

    Me too David, but thanks Denis for taking the heat off me. Boaz.

  22. 22
    Peter Thirlwall says:

    Even though MacShame has confessed and pleaded guilty to the crime he is still at it as usual, excusing himself. According to Denis he only stole the moneny to pay for travel to Europe on his many philanthropic missions. Does he still think we are all daft? How is anyone to know whether the money was spent on fine wines and women or is still in his bank account and that his trips to Europe were paid for from elsewhere. I think the fact that he treats us as though we were all stupid annoys me more than him stealing from us.

  23. 23
    Baldrick's burger bar says:

    That’s ok, the judge can knock a couple of days off his 18 month sentence.

  24. 24
    Baldrick's burger bar says:

    You must be a victim of Surely Williams’s ejacashun policies if you do not understand the subtlety at work here – or maybe you are new here and just have a very poor/short memory.

  25. 25
    Baldrick's burger bar says:

    He’s a Labour MP so what else do you expect?

  26. 26
    Anonymous says:

    Do your customers for facials come again often?

  27. 27
    Desmond says:

    Too subtle for you?

  28. 28
    The BBC says:

    I’m sure we’ll find a job for him.

  29. 29
    Cymro oddi ar y llinell says:

    Ac Yr Alban? Dreuni arnon nhw!

  30. 30
    altruism in industry says:

    I thought I’d frequent one of those effnik shops for my spices and wotnot then the raw peanuts I bought the other day had a bloody piece of gravel hidden amongst them, nearly broke a tooth and I had the shits all day. I think I’ll go back to Tesco

  31. 31
    Ivor the Engine says:

    Dyna dafad edrych yn dda i chi yn rhaid

  32. 32
    KeepMeOutOfJail - I'm Gay says:

    Edmund John Philip Browne, aka Lord Browne of Madingley got a rap over the knuckles for having misrepresented to the high court how he met his former lover, Jeff Chevalier. As Wikipedia puts it:

    Mr Justice Eady, the presiding judge in the case, said he decided not to refer the matter to the Attorney General with regard to possible perjury charges, seeing disclosure in the judgement of Lord Browne’s behaviour as “probably sufficient punishment” and adding Browne’s “willingness to tell a deliberate lie to the court, persisted in for about two weeks, … is relevant in assessing his own credibility … So too is his willingness casually to ‘trash’ the reputation of Mr Chevalier and to discredit him in the eyes of the court”

    Contrast Mr Justice Eady’s attitude to Browne with that meted out to Chris Huhne. One initiated legal action and lied in a sworn deposition to the court in support of his claim. The other lied in providing a response to an administrative procedure. One went to jail. The other did not. One is still in parliament. The other is not.

    Claiming that your actions were motivated by a desire not to be known as gay has proved to be the perfect “Get Out of Jail Free” card. Even when, as in Browne’s case, he had dropped such heavy hints beforehand (e.g. in a profile in the Weekend FT, let alone within BP) that you had to be completely ignorant of him not to suspect it.

  33. 33
    altruism in industry says:

    Whosoever shall aid, abet, counsel, or procure the commission of any indictable offence, whether the same be an offence at common law or by virtue of any Act passed or to be passed, shall be liable to be tried, indicted, and punished as a principal offender.

  34. 34
    Cymro oddi ar y llinell says:

    Beth bynnag!

  35. 35
    McShite says:

    I am looking forward to being at home for Christmas

  36. 36
    Romanian Goat says:

    My master and his many friends from the village enjoy patting female ‘ass’. They joke it is the law here!

    See you soon!

  37. 37
    Romanian Goat says:

    Pot să miros rahatul capră

  38. 38
    I hate socialists. says:

    Not another one.

  39. 39
    Larry Gayson says:

    Yet another good reason, if any were needed, to take as much cock up the shitter as possible.

    What a gay day.

  40. 40
    Danny Nolan says:

    Ah that would be the Tom Harris who cried his eyes out when he couldn’t claim exes for his kids cot.

    I’m sure his missus could have paid for it out of the very generous salary we paid her to open his mail for him.

  41. 41
    Danny Nolan says:

    Mr Harris concluded: “If you insist on upholding this odd decision, perhaps you might be good enough to write to me explaining where my son should sleep next time he visits me in London?”

    Perhaps in the same place my son sleeps. In a bed. Paid for by me.

  42. 42
    A Right Fucking Bastard says:

    If I were Tom Harris I’d claim I just didn’t want to admit to being a fucking weapons-grade cheesedick no-mark.

  43. 43
    Guns n' Neuroses says:

    Be fair- if he lives in Dudley then at least he has a reason for being a miserable B’stard.

  44. 44
    Owen Jones says:

    I’m just a gob-on-a-stick,
    Who enjoys sucking dick,
    I’m gonna bounce up and down your knob

    Yes, just a gob on a stick,
    who likes to lay it on thick
    ‘Cos talking Socialist shite is my job

    (To the tune of Clodagh Rodgers’ seminal (*ahem*) 1970 Eurovision hit. “Jack-In-The-Box”).

  45. 45
    Timmytour says:

    Not to sure what he’s on about, but I’ve got a hague idea.

    Damn typo…why do they put the v and the h so close together?

  46. 46
    A ghastly error says:

    Law for one, law for Education.

  47. 47
    Dawn Italian says:

    Aaah, that explains the ever-unfunny Lenny Henry, born in that parish.

  48. 48
    Danny Nolan says:

    think it’s a reference to David Laws actually.

  49. 49

    Trash the reputation of Mr.Chevalier ! How is it possible to trash the reputation of someone who masturbates in another mans anus?

  50. 50
    Anonymous says:

    my knackers grow larger when I look at him in his underwear.

  51. 51
    Anonymous says:

    Law, what law???
    It’s all judged by selective ear’s,eyes,pocket’s.
    UK judiciary is all about lobbying,money,influence.
    Most judges were compromised as barristers and are in the pocket of some influential rich person.
    We have not come far in law over the past 500 years, just seems like it.

  52. 52
    The Common Purpose tit infesting no. 10 says:

    Don’t know why they call it a sinecure – my chums always make sure the sinners don’t get cured.

  53. 53
    Sigmund Fraud says:

    As in ‘Asylum’s ?

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