December 6th, 2013

Labour Expenses Zombie Can’t Stop Fibbing

More bad news for Labour’s Enfield North candidate, expenses trougher Joan Ryan. Just this month the former Labour whip was bragging to voters about her spotless record on Enfield’s Chase Farm Hospital when she was their MP, before she was kicked out following the expenses scandal.

“As your MP I worked alongside the local community, health professionals, patients’ representatives and my fellow Labour colleagues for 13 years to keep Chase Farm maternity services and a blue-light Accident and Emergency department.”

Well that’s not what the minutes of her November 2009 Downing Street meeting with the former Prime Mentalist to discuss Chase Farm say. According to Gordon’s records, Joan didn’t sound too bothered about standing up for the hospital. They report:

“she was tempted to bow to the inevitable. Although she did not want to concede on the clinical arguments, she accepted that we had to move on.”

Who would have thought an ex-MP with a history of creaming her constituents would not be entirely honest with them?


44 Comments

  1. 1
    All The World says:

    needs culling – take the pig away

  2. 2
    Mitch says:

    Gordon learnt courage from Mandela, apparently =>

    Who did he learn the psychotic incompetence from?

  3. 4
    Sir William Wayde says:

    Isn’t there an ancient film called Joan Ryan’s Excess?

  4. 5
    In need of a Straight Jacket says:

    Having had to endure the BBC’s Mandelamegamanicwankfestspastasticshite. If they dare once say that storm surges are caused by global warming I will not be responsible for my actions.

    • 11
      Genghiz the kahn says:

      Nelson Mandela said ‘Privatization is the fundamental policy of our government. Call me a Thatcherite, if you will.’

      Will the BBC reference that quote…

    • 12
      Lord Stansted says:

      The time is not far off, 4 or 5 years maybe, when the linear, no boundary effects, static computer model of the Earth’s atmosphere is finally shown to be a pile of crap. Then it will be apparent to all that the BBC has lied – again. The Jimmy Savile affair will be nothing compared to what follows.

      • 34
        Yogurt weaver rebuttal squad says:

        The met(h) office will be a lot better when they can run their thermogeddon game on the new play station 4 they have asked us to buy for them.

    • 13
      The TV tax is indefensible says:

      It’s best to ignore the BBC. On the rare occasion they produce or commission anything that’s supposedly worth watching, it can always be downloaded from the PirateBay.

      • 21
        not the Bolshevik Broadcasting Company says:

        Ssssssssssssh thats a inside trade secret & only the chosen few are really
        aware what is going on……

        So just pay your £145 or else…..not long to wait before the (extortion) TV
        Licence fee is back to £200+ once Red Len’s puppet is installed as a
        submissive compliant PM

      • 30
  5. 7

    As a political whore, the only illumination she could keep going would not be a blue-light but a red one.

  6. 10
    For Ed Balls' face says:

  7. 15
    Joe Public & all Voting UKIP.ORG says:

    Once a Pig always a Pig…. but at least they are consistent with there enlarged
    snouts always in the trough

    as for Ed Boll*ax always talking bollax & is getting redder by the minute………

    How long before he really blows his gasket & when might they section
    him like his boss McMental…..???? that will be much much cheaper for the Tax Payers

    Or are they all silly billies…?

  8. 16
    Karma, motherfucker says:

    It was quite enjoyable seeing Ed Balls get a taste of his own medicine yesterday. He always heckles and gestures when Cameron or Osborne are on their feet. His red faced anger showed it got to him.

  9. 17
    Chris Cringle says:

    Let’s have a ‘Mandy Mandy Mandy – the terrorist is dead’ street party in Portland Place this arvo …. Be sure to get our voice heard on the BBC – in the name of ‘balance’. Innit?

  10. 18
    geordieboy says:

    Bye Bye Balls and about fucking time too. Oops I forgot Miliband hasn’t got the balls to sack him.

  11. 18
    Oliver says:

    Another passionate supporter of ID cards comes a cropper… ha ha ha.

  12. 20
    A good day to wash away and bury bad news. says:

    Balls must be thanking his lucky stars. What with Mandela and the North Sea keeping him from the very top of the front pages.

  13. 22
    Idi Amin pays his respects says:

  14. 23
    Biased Broadcasting Corporation says:

    Can we have a sweepstake on how many ‘journalists’ the BBC will be sending to S. Africa for the funeral?

    Dimbleby D., Dimbleby J., Humphries, Naughtie, Wark.

    Paxman, Essler, Davis, Hussein, Vine, Edwards.

    Subs: Campbell, Derbyshire.

    • 26
      not the Bolshevik Broadcasting Company says:

      Plus Producers, Directors & Techie Staff,Minders, Ren*t Boys, Women of the Night,
      waccy baccy & whte powder etc etc etc

      Lets say at least one full A380′s in numbers……..or maybe more

      Senior Executives & Board Members will all go by Executive jets

      cost of at least £10M+

      • 42
        Curly says:

        Excellent! Quick somebody to tell Theresa that next week would be a good time to have a quick meeting (as per the press gag Bill) and get the borders shut before they get back. Then they can all be denied entry and can pisov whence many of them came (their extended families can follow separately a few days later).

  15. 24
    i don't n eed no doctor says:

    It didn’t take long for the BBC to ride to the rescue of labour. The BBC News has just been attacking the Autumn Statement.

    Poly Toynbee on the Daily Politics, yet again making statements she can’t back up. Maybe Miliband could make Toynbee his next chancellor.

  16. 27
    Unpaid Tyre Supplier to Winnie and Nellie says:

    You can comment on Joan Bakewell’s dog sh.it on Telegraph blogs but you can’t comment on the hundreds of articles licking Mandella’s a.rse.

    Comment Macht Frei – my ar.se!

  17. 28
    Ted Davison says:

    Guido you really must stop this ‘she’s saying this now but previously she was saying’ nonsense. You seem to expect a consistent and principled approach from politicians. Distressingly naive.

  18. 29
    WTF has a Banana republic to do with the local council? says:
  19. 31
    Foullaini says:

    Amazed to see the BBC lauding an indigenous patriot willing to resort to terrorism to wrest his country from the hands of an immigrant race who tried to take control of his countrymen’s birthright.

  20. 36
    the BBC says:

    Be fair to her, Brown is not what I would call a 100% reliable source.

  21. 37
    Postal Votes are Labour Loo Paper says:

    Oink oink. What a disgrace this “woman” is.

  22. 40
    Sunderland is a Labour ghetto thats why its shyte says:

    I bet she wins the seat at the next election,these Labour voters are so thick as to have forgotten her greed.

  23. 44
    Sunderland is definitely Shyte says:

    Labour are the party of sleaze!

    The councillor in Sunderland who has just been convicted of housing fraud ia another example. Not only has she kept her job, despite never apologising, but yesterday, they gave her a place on the housing scrutiny sub-committee!

    So much for being disciplined by the party!

    You couldn’t make it up!


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