November 22nd, 2013

Coke-Snorting Co-op Boss’ Night With Chuka

Rev Flowers has been nicked as Labour’s Co-op embarrassment makes the front pages once again this morning. By far Guido’s favourite story of the day however is this little gem found by the Sun, who have got hold of Facebook messages written by Flowers in which he lusts over a certain party loving Labour frontbencher:

Thank god he didn’t favourite anything on Twitter…


  1. 1
    100wpm says:

    Now we know why Labour are so keen to censor the British free press.

  2. 2
    nellnewman. says:

    labour in the news for all the wrong reasons!

  3. 3
    Jack Dromey says:

    It was an accident. Ask the Daily Mirror.

  4. 4
    e&oe says:

    or …research?

  5. 5
    Jack Dromey says:

    Anyway he’s my bitch.

  6. 6
    Chuka is Top Gay Totty says:

  7. 7
    Sunny Jim says:

    Yes indeed. Thank goodness for a Press free to expose politicians for the scum that tjey are. As an aside, I note that Political Shatbook are studiously avoiding this whole saga, as in general are the BBC… no surprise there…

  8. 8
    Vlad the Loudhailer says:

    Is Harriet going to be seen on a BBC in the near future?

  9. 9
    When Harrison met Harrison says:

  10. 10
    Anonymous says:

    EMI should rerelease Flowers in the Rain.Nice Move and good CHARITY earner.

  11. 11
    Glyn H says:

    Mr Umanna, one of the few Labour MPs who can actuslly earn £65k, but who does not appreciate low life celebs in the West End. So he must view being an MP as they do in the third world – sod any principles; this is the way to riches.

  12. 12
    Hansard writer says:

    o, if I have understood,

    Rev Flowers

    Was convicted of gross i n d e c e n c y in the 1980s

    E m b e z z l e d £75,000 from a charity in 2002

    Was sacked from Bolton Council in ?2008

    Was invited to Downing Street under Brown and Co in 2010

    Balls has been quoted as saying that the Britannia/Coop merger would make a “super mutual” – so must have been involved

    And now neither Balls nor Miliband ever met or communicated with Mr Flowers

    This must be the most brazen lying we have seen for years

  13. 13
    Chuka ( you can call me Harrison ) Urmunneyaround says:

    I always end up next to trash and C-list wannabes.

  14. 14
    English for Beginners says:

    “Coke-Snorting Co-op Boss’ Night With Chuka”


  15. 15
    Bankers are Gangsters says:

    Printed Currency is Dead Tree printing too.

    Fuck you bankers, your corrupt market manipulations are going to come back and bite you.

    Bankers and governments have destroyed currency and plundered peoples wealth for too long.

    Bankers have ceased to honestly perform their core roles in society and have turned into gangsters and thieves.

    We no longer need them, and can no longer afford to allow them to rob us.

    BB BBB
    BB BBB
    BB BBB
    BB BBB

    No QE with Bitcoin.

    No hypothecation and no corruptly marketed derivatives.

    No theft of your wealth through inflation.

    No parasitic banker’s charges for transactions.

    Bitcoin is to corrupt banking what the Internet is to the compliant establishment dead tree press.


  16. 16
    Jack "I like it black" Dromey says:

    Where’s the like button?

  17. 17
    Crackshooter says:

    Yuk. His bank account must be in hairy rears.

  18. 18
    Historian says:

    I suggested here a couple of days ago that you get GQ glossy mag to put Flowers on the front page

    And I see the Spectator has now done so

    Can you get young Fraser to pay me some royalties please?

  19. 19
    Quiet Bat Person says:

    The problem with taking 2-faced Chukka from behind is that you would still end up looking at his face.

  20. 20
    +1 says:

    Talking of that the trial of the Lee Rigby killers has started but it’s barely in the news.

  21. 21
    Ikari Warrior says:

    Until someone hacks the code. We know from Snowden that government has hacked web encryption so they’ll smash Bitcoin if it threatens them.

    A currency that goes up and down every day by 200% isn’t a currency.

  22. 22
    e&oe says:

    one notes that flowers is this morning at the wrong end of a police ‘crackdown’

    there’s something very Manchester about this story – juvenile. exhibitionist, cheapskate behaviour – it fits with the soap opera, sport, kitsch and schlock with which the once industrial city has become synonymous

  23. 23
    Rev Flowers says:

    I was researching for a holiday in …

    South Africa

  24. 24
    e&oe says:

    but it is a symbol/measure of mass delusion – for which development the political caste must take some credit (sic)

  25. 25
    Mugabe says:


  26. 26
    Anonymous says:

    Must admit when you said you’d had flowers from the Co-op I didn’t quite understand.

  27. 27
    Lord Stansted says:

    Not at the BBC.

  28. 28
    Owen Jones says:

    He has a very BIG watch too! Take my word for it.

  29. 29
    Rutting Reverend says:

    According to his wikipedia he’s a polished performer.

  30. 30
    BBC News Editor says:

    You bet. There’s much to discuss about Tory sleaze.

  31. 31
    Steve Miliband says:

    Reporting restrictions

  32. 32
    Mike Naylor says:

    I don’t normally support Labour, but these Tory smears disgust me

  33. 33
    Lord Stansted says:

    Once again, Twitter and Facebook are shown to be deadly.

  34. 34
    err says:

    Is he related to Owen?

  35. 35
    Lord Stansted says:


  36. 36
    Impeach the traitor Tony Blair says:

    Here is proof that Tony Blair authorised the NSA to spy on innocent UK citizens

    In addition to being a war criminal, he authorised illegal wire tapping without the approval of Parliament


  37. 37
    we know you're a Labour stooge says:

    As you were informed yesterday,
    they’re not smears-they’re facts.

  38. 38
    Anonymous says:

    Interesting article about the Rev.

  39. 39
    Tooting Popular Front says:

  40. 40
    muckspreader says:

    Has anyone else noticed the facial similarity between Gordon Brown and Charles Manson?

  41. 41
    Anon says:

    Interesting article about the Rev

  42. 42
    Thousands of dead Iraqis and others says:

    Getting the NSA to spy on innocent UK citizens, I would suggest, is a minor transgression.

  43. 43
    SNAFU says:

    it means that the politicoes have done a great amount to ‘discredit’ normal ‘money’ – so its not surprising that some of the gullible will turn elsewhere

    meanwhile most of the rest of us continue to vote to undermine our own currency

  44. 44
    Harriet says:

    Jack, why are you spending so much time with Chuka and David?

  45. 45
    e&oe says:

    not to mention


  46. 46
    Sir Jimmy Savile, made in Britain by the BBC says:

    I never did drugs, you know.

  47. 47
    Bankers are Gangsters says:

    The Code is open-source and has been in the public domain for over 4 years. This very openness is one of Bitcoin’s strengths.

    As for hacking, and encryption, the same supposed vulnerabilities exist in conventional money transfer. Encryption is not unique to Bitcoin, but it’s distributed structure, outside the control of banks and governments, is.

    If you are interested, there are plenty of resources on the Internet about these subjects.

    The point is, Bitcoin will place money beyond the manipulative abilities of banks and governments.

    That is revolutionary, and democratic.

  48. 48
    Jack Dromey says:

    How do I black this blog site?

  49. 49
    muckspreader says:

    that is like the start of a joke

  50. 50
    e&oe says:

    well qualified for banking – would have been at home in the city of london

  51. 51
    altruism in industry says:

    will historians look back on this time as “the Rotten Parliament” ?

  52. 52
    e&oe says:

    and entirely without substance – sounds just right for mugs

  53. 53
    altruism in industry says:

    ah ok somebody said that

  54. 54
    The Critic says:

    I see, approved just before Blair quit. How convenient. and and the Home Secretaries at the time have no comment to make.


    War is peace
    Freedom is slavery
    Ignorance is strength

  55. 55
    Impeach the traitor Tony Blair says:

    Agreed about the war crimes

    But letting a foreign power spy on your own innocent citizens is bloody serious

    Businesses can be destroyed this way and it opens up possibilities for political surveillance, extortion and blackmail on a huge scale (parallels with the Murdoch system which is now in front of the Old Bailey)

    They are both serious grounds for impeachment

  56. 56
    Mike Naylor says:

    I shall be writing to the Daily mail about this

  57. 57
    Lurch to the Left says:

    Goodbye Tessa.

    Looks like the Blairites are being driven out.

  58. 58
    Byeck says:

    Eric Pickles, ex-leader of Bradford Council, albeit Conservative, but still with extensive contacts in the city, knew nowt and heard nowt about the Rev. Gentleman.
    Guess that makes our Eric the third wise monkey.

  59. 59
    Guido Fawkes says:

    Rebecca Adlington – what a babe!!!! Now that’ll once and for all scotch the rumors I pack pack more fudge than Cadbury’s!

  60. 60
    Handycock says:

    Me either. Boaz.

  61. 61
    Pete Townshend says:


  62. 62
    I hate the presstitute media says:

    Censorship by the MSM more like.

  63. 63
    WE GOT HIM ! says:

    Where is that Gary Davies character ?

    Has he been nicked at all.

    He was close to Flowers who was close to whatever it was he was arrested for.

  64. 64
    François Hollande says:

    That is a very sensible policy to adopt.

  65. 65
    Helter Skelter says:

    Not nearly as similar as their mental disorder called APD.

  66. 66
    Gatekeeper says:

    Might just be possible to get both of them into a hold all in a bath. We’ll make it work don’t worry.

  67. 67
    A sex act in a public toilet circa 1970 says:

    This whole thread is a load of nonsense

  68. 68
    Economist says:

    The Bitcoin itself is secure from an algorithmic point of view, unless code has been produced which is compromised. Open Source helps defeat compromised code.

    Where Bitcoin breaks down is that it requires a certain level of technological development in order for transactions to take place.

    If the exchanges are taken down, or the internet is seriously damaged, or the government fuck up energy policy meaning no juice to power computers or the internet then the currency stops working as exchange becomes a problem. Nuclear war would also likely kill it as the action of the EMP (let alone the actual blast) would destroy electronics in a wide area unless the bitcoin storage devices are built to military standard.

    As more people accept the currency in exchange for physical goods its transition to what is recognizably a real currency will be complete: Credibility is established.

    The reason it is gaining so much is simply reflective of the fact that the exchanges are absorbing a lot of ‘funny money’ at present – particularly fraudulently produced USD, likely that which was printed as part of QE, or that which is the proceeds of other organized crime. At the rate of increase though, only government level agencies could be laundering funds in this way. It will not buy true control of the currency, but will have an inflationary effect on the real economy if people convert bitcoins back to fiat money in order to transact.

    Here one can see why it is a good idea for governments to be supportive of transactions purely within bitcoin, or if they wish to maintain monopoly control of fiat currencies, target and destroy the bitcoin exchanges.

    The former appears to be in favor now as governments realize that they can safely deflate their currencies through bitcoin. What needs to be figured out is how they can tax transactions in it. This is where internet control, particularly transnational, comes into the frame.

  69. 69
    FFS says:

    This Crystal Methodist chap sounds like quite character. Is there no limit to his depravity?

    I’m fully expecting to find out he eats babies next week.

    Can’t wait for his unathourised biography to come out. Won’t make it for Christmas this year but for 2014 it is a sure best seller.

  70. 70
    Erm.. says:

    Topical magazine puts topical story on front page. Royalties for what, exactly?

  71. 71
    Anonymous says:

    From reading one of the rambling Guardian articles on the subject, I get the impression that many forms of ‘encryption’ are not true encryption but have been dumbed down.

  72. 72
    Gatekeeper says:

    Why do you think we spend all that resource monitoring the net? It’s not for tracking terrorists, that does not require mass surveillance on this scale. It’s to ensure we know how the little people are thinking and if need be to intervene. The digital revolution is just the opposite it’s the end of revolution. We dress it up for you in the language of liberation but it’s really enslavement. Every poster to this blog is tracked and know to us, if we really wanted to could arrange for you all to have ‘accidents’. But you’re no threat and we can see that.

  73. 73
    Mrs Jack Harman says:

    Nothing wrong with a BBC.

  74. 74
    we know you're a Labour stooge says:

    Don’t forget to mention that Flowers is an ex-Labour councillor.
    That he had a private meeting with Miliband who appointed the
    Crystal Methodist to an elite business advisory board.
    That Miliband declared the Co-op was the future of banking.
    And that Balls,who helped the disastrous Co-op Britannia merger,
    was the proud recipient of a £50,000 donation from the ailing bank.

  75. 75
    Anonymous says:

    Oh Chuckie have you been mixing with those trashy boys again?

  76. 76
    Toxic Labour for spongers, parasites, immigrants and criminals says:

    These Socialists are absolutely disgusting.

  77. 77
    Thick or yanker? says:


    A wanky yanky troll, or just illiterate?

  78. 78
    John Bellingham says:

    No need for you to have looked outside the party!

  79. 79
    Peter Grimes says:

    But did Chucky reciprocate the Rev Flowerpower of Coke-Op Bank’s manlove?

    We deserve to be told.

  80. 80
    The Euro is fucked. Buy BitCoin : A Short Poem says:

    Fuck the Euro: A worthless currency, a fraud,
    It buys misery, pestilence, and fuck all abroad,
    Bitcoin is safer, from thieving EU embezzles,
    Fuck you van Rompuy, the Commission and Brussels.

  81. 81
    Santiago says:

    Bend over bitch!

  82. 82
    Peter Grimes says:

    If you catch them spooning it’s probably pretty easy to do.

  83. 83
    mad, swivel-eyed loon says:

    It’s a shame that I couldn’t describe what is in the article or use the full link, because it kept getting moderated.

    Which means very few people from here will read it. But it contains some gems.

    “Mr Flowers was also convicted of carrying out a sex act in a Hampshire public toilet more than 30 years ago.”

    “It has been alleged that Mr Flowers communicated with rent boys using his work email account while he was in charge of the Co-op bank.”

    And the CS connection is interesting.

  84. 84
    Peter Grimes says:

    Golden rain showers?

  85. 85
    Casual Observer 4 says:

    Peter Hain, the fucking traitorous orange c’unt who was pro-terrorist in South Afr!ca, prevented the impeachment of Tony Blair. If Blair had been impeached in 2004 this would have saved a lot of problems.

    Blair should be given the Fawkes treatment in Old Palace Yard.

  86. 86
    Old Hal says:

    Of course it came from the Sun Geedes old boy, you are now part of the organisation, if it goes down so do you, even though you were not involved, you are known by the folks who you associate with. If you want to to be taken seriously as a right wing blogger go for the Mail or Express as your home. You have gone very quiet about Brooks, Coulson and co., funny how all this Flower power stuff has only just hit the fan as Brooks and Coulson & co go on trial.

  87. 87
    cheeky says:

    Picture should be taken off his behind showing the cheeks. That’s what Rev Flowers likes.

    Chukky Barry front cheeks look more android than human. Too much make up caked on or just photo touch up?

  88. 88
    John Bellingham says:

    I see that this thread is tagged “Gay Tottie Watch”–shouldn’t that be “Bottie Watch”?

  89. 89

    They will be saying next that they cannot imprison all the people who have brought the country to this fine mess because there are not enough prison places available and therefore they will have to look at non custodial sentences.

  90. 90
    Scottish Chav says:

    shame Chuka didnt find man love. He’s a total pain in the arrse so there would have been a nice symmetry

  91. 91
    Father of the Chapel says:

    Yes, Chuka and Owen are socialist bruvvers!

  92. 92
    Weird Ed says:

    It’th not me, it’th the Tories that did it.

  93. 93
    John Paul Morgan says:

    If you offer to pay a lot of money in fines that usually keeps the Authorities off your back.

  94. 94
    Old Hal says:

    I don’t know either of them, who are they?

  95. 95
    Casual Observer 4 says:

    Why the cost of incarceration is not charged back to the member states from which people originate is a mystery.

    This is the deal with health care costs.

    However, I would counter this and your assertion with the observation that a large number of criminals from the EU entering the UK would be beneficial for Prison privatization once the public system is demonstrably not capable of coping with ‘demand’.

  96. 96
    Seriously, I listened to Chucka says:

    Does this mean that Chucka is a gay icon, or is Chucka gay ?

    Come on out the closet Chucka you cheeky chappy, your fans await you !

  97. 97
    A Roma Immigrant says:

    This whole country is a load of nonsense!

  98. 98
    Old Hal says:

    Your request is below

  99. 99
    Onefofchukka. says:

    ‘You don’t send me flowers anymore’.

  100. 100
    Old Hal says:

    Don’t forget Ozzie and his lady courtesan friend

  101. 101
    M­a­q­bo­ul says:

    Reporting restrictions.

  102. 102
    stoned says:

    Pain !, Tit ! Black !

  103. 103
    Jack Ketch says:

    Don’t worry, the link to the Telegraph article is all over the web.

  104. 104
    walking into darkness says:

    Bitcoin is probably owned by the Rothchilds, nice little hedge

  105. 105
    Tom Catesby. says:

    Are there enough picks and shovels?

  106. 106
    The BBC supports "responsible capitalism" says:

    The Tories have serious questions to answer in relation to the Co-Op Bank Labour tell our political editor

  107. 107
    M­a­q­bo­ul says:

    It’s electronic money the only difference is that anyone can make or “mine” them. What gives it supposed value is that it is quite difficult and time consuming to make a bitcoin so it has a rarity value like gold. I’d rather have gold meself like.

  108. 108
    Impeach the traitor Tony Blair says:

    That’s right

    It’s what I taught Tony to do

    Exactly the opposite of what he was saying

    And the briotish press gobbed it for 10 years

  109. 109
    rick says:

    I’m bored with this whole Brooks/Coulson hacking business – just assumed every one else is.

  110. 110
    Chuka the HOT gay Icon says:

  111. 111
    Dynamic Dave says:

    Stop the persecution of Flowers. As an obese kweer drug using drug dealing expenses cheating hypocritical religious financial ignoramus he is absolutely perfect for my progressive LibLabConning bum sex paradise. Just a shame he is not an effnic as well, but at least he has had the decency to go sniffing around pretty little Chukker.

  112. 112
    Chuka the HOT gay Icon says:

  113. 113
    Peter Grimes says:

    You are the Rev Flowerpower of Coke-Op Bank and I claim my £5.

  114. 114
    City Trader says:

    It looks to me that the Pound Sterling is the crappy currency over the last 12 years

    Perhaps you should clean up your own act before attacking the Euro!

  115. 115
    Chuka has a gay fan club says:

  116. 116
    a non says:

    Surely Shane Warne is above reproach!

  117. 117
    Noose Watch says:

    Ed Balls, calling Ed Balls. Your time is approaching…

  118. 118
    News flash says:

    It is believed that an ex labour councillor (possibly named flowers?) was found in some woods and has been taken into custody for his own safety.

  119. 119
    Abdel from Tooting says:

    I once played cricket with a guy called Chucka.

    He got dropped from the team.

    I wonder whether this is the same guy.

  120. 120
    A BBC Special Correspondent says:

    I trust he didn’t touch those magic mushrooms.

  121. 121
    The Euro is fucked. Buy BitCoin says:

    Euro has only been around ten years, and look at what it has done to Europe.

    Note also that the Euro has absolutely no credible backing. It even has fake national artwork on its bank notes.

    People sometimes accuse the US Dollar of being monopoly money, the Euro really is monopoly money.

    When the Euro has been around as long as Sterling, and has sovereign backing and credibility then return.

    Until that time, take your shitty little argument, your fucking worthless Euros, and go fuck yourself back to Euro land with the rest of those losers.

    Or, extract what value you can get now and channel it back into Sterling where it will be safer in the long term, once credibility is restored (mainly removing possibility of Ed Balls as chancellor in 2015).

    The one weakness Sterling has at present is the lying Canadian scum bag known as Mark Carney, who is fucking around in the B.o.E.

    His contract needs to be cut short permanently.

  122. 122
    peter clowes says:

    time to question the existent of ‘mutuals’ such as the Coketown Malevolent Society – why do we assume that being unaccountable qualifies them to act in the interest of the mugs that entrust them with their money?

  123. 123
    Casual Observer 4 says:

    If Ed Balls was important, Flowers would be found with an orange in his mouth and plastic bag over head hanging by a belt from a tree somewhere…

    Cause of death: Accident.

  124. 124
    There is no hell in ull says:

    I have been down the Coop Bank this morning and closed my account .

    When I arrived there were six people in front of me.

    When I left there were twenty three behind me.

  125. 125
    Casual Observer 4 says:

    I do not think there is any real connection with phone hacking.

    The Flowers story is the first proper opening salvo in the 2015 run up.

    Seeing as Euro elections are probably already lost, it is likely to be scorched earth policy up to the 2015 GE, with absolutely no prisoners taken.

    But will the Conservatives peak to early ?

    When the Flowers saga has blown over, in a couple of weeks to try and enable some good cheer for Christmas (even though this year may be even less Christmassy than last), Ed M will be impaled on the Union vote thingy which is due next January and which is a catch-22 for him.

    After that, UKIP should issue a complete hiding in the Euro elections, but the EU may disintegrate before 2015.

    (The Mirror attack on UKIP over Brussels / Strasbourg vote missed the point that UKIP prefer EU to be dysfunctional as this makes the case for exit, which is their objective. The ceasing of the ‘circus’ is positive spin for EU which the Mirror pumped, showing an EU bias: There was no coverage of the surprising number of EU related protests which took place seeing even the police in Lisbon storming the Parliament building there, and France kicking off a bit)

    In the mean time, the p’aedophile investigations are not going away. Savile looms large, and Elm Guest house related matters need to be prosecuted properly.

    Then there is the issue of the names handed to UK by Project Spade, which the UK has not acted on. Good question is: Why ?

    There is a lot of dirt behind the fridge.

  126. 126
    Jury out says:

    I don’t know if he’s gay but he’d benefit from giving the back story on how his ears got like that.

  127. 127
    54h6 says:

    Gold is far too manipulated..
    The Chinese are into Palladium instead of Gold.
    Platinum and Palladium are the new Gold.

  128. 128
    Medicated Milliband says:

    Chucka Umma, the Pushmepullyou of British politics.

  129. 129
    Damian McBride says:

    Almost as bad as when Ed Balls inferred, by referring to me as ‘Mr McBride’ in Beeb quotes during my scandal, that we were far distanced, when in fact we shared adjoining desks and spoke daily. Boy’s got form.

  130. 130
  131. 131
    Jack Dromey says:

    and big black cocks are my favourite!

  132. 132
    David Cameron says:

    We’re all over here now.

  133. 133
    Jack Ketch says:

    I had a job interview with the Co-op yesterday (no, really). The HR guy had to read out a prepared statement about co-op ethics. Poor man couldn’t keep a straight face.

  134. 134
    helpful suggestion says:

    Keep him away from Harrowden Hill.

  135. 135
    Sometime the facts are boring but true says:

    No, reporting restrictions

  136. 136
    a voter says:

    Ed Balls was important I’d hang myself from a tree somewhere.

  137. 137
    Move along there says:

    The first two letters in the middle word in the article at the foot of the page are not correct.

  138. 138
    Move along there says:

    In case the Brits riot outside the court?

  139. 139
    Baldrick's burger bar says:

    No accounting for taste; nowt as kweer as folk; etc etc

  140. 140
    Baldrick's burger bar says:

    Waste of time as Peston won’t have the faintest idea of what the spokesdick is on about.

  141. 141
    Baldrick's burger bar says:

    … Do you need glasses? Specsavers that way >>>>>>>>>>

  142. 142
    Baldrick's burger bar says:

    When was the last time Chucky cleaned his teeth?

  143. 143
    Observant says:

    Widely used 2009/2010 to describe the arse end of the labour goverment. But I suppose the interim has really been no different.

  144. 144
    Baldrick's burger bar says:

    ..try ‘Rottenest’ instead.

  145. 145
    Baldrick's burger bar says:

    That Sterling is now a crappy currency is entirely down to the two lunatics Brown and Balls who engineered a 30% devaluation (with no noticeable benefit to anybody except the money changers).

  146. 146
    Baldrick's burger bar says:

    ..or Black Watch beetle?

  147. 147
    Baldrick's burger bar says:

    But rumour has it he did like a Burger…

  148. 148
    JH23402384023095 says:

    He doesn’t look very bright in the non-studio pics, does he?

  149. 149

    Eggsactly hit the head on the nail!!!!!

  150. 150
    roger says:

    Britain has become a total sewer, 50 years of ever steeper decline.
    From Dr. Who to who the f**k.

  151. 151
    roger says:

    To miss-quote George V : ‘I thought men like that shat themselves!’.

  152. 152
    roger says:

    Why do you think Blair had the crime of treason abolished?

  153. 153

    So the flower powered Coke Nose fancies the young, dashing and hassome phuka Chuka! Hop hop let’s go to the Co-Op innit.

  154. 154
    roger says:

    ‘meth’ Flowers, Cyril Smith, Eric Pickles ; all parties have them.
    British politics and public life are a sewer, time for a moral reset, start with TV.

  155. 155
    roger says:

    Having just read the DM article ” Corridors of powder” about cocaine in Westminster I am certain we must dump the whole crowd.

  156. 156
    Cinna says:

    Move along please. Nothing to see here!

  157. 157
    Im Voting UKIP says:

    Chukka will grease any pole on his way up…..

  158. 158
    Chukka looking for a sucker says:

    Big black cock for you here mr harman!

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George Galloway says of his former Respect candidate the UKIP MEP turned Tory, Amjad Bashir…

“Clearly Bashir does not have any real political principles or commitment, only naked opportunism and self-interest. He represents the revolving door principle in politics. The Tories are welcome to him because he will cause them embarrassment. Fortunately Respect was able to act before he did it to us.”

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