January 13th, 2014

Treasury Send Peace Offering to Europhiles

While most of the Tory party are hating the Foreign Office this morning for Hague’s native comments on Europe, look who popped by:

Well it is the job of the Treasury to be everywhere in Whitehall.


34 Comments

  1. 1
    Travis Perkins says:

    Osborne has always been fond of black pussy.

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    • 5
      Diane Fatbott says:

      WWWAAAAAAAAAACCCCCCCCCIIIIIIISSTTT !!

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    • 8
      Tax Payer says:

      @ David Lidington MP

      Get back to work!

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      • 34
        Jethro says:

        8 When did all this time-wasting (and therefore money-wasting) nonsense begin? Was it with St. Tone-the-Ineffable’s decree that all colleagues must have pagers?… and from pagers, they have been frog-marched to all this blogs’ntwitter’nface-book rubbish?
        Can you imagine Mr. Attlee sending droll notes to Ernie Bevin about a cat, or Mr. Harold Macmillan sending one to Sir Anthony Eden?
        If our elected Legislators now have so little to do – and so much time in which to do it – why are they paid at all, given that they have cheerfully handed over the actual business of legislating to unelected Foreigners?

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  2. 2
    CYNICAL OLD GIT says:

    Why won’t these so called eurosceptics all resign their seats and stand as UKIP candidates , or do their precious careers come before the interests of the people who elected them ?

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    • 4
      Casual Observer 5 says:

      Or, do they put career before political conviction ?

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      • 13
        Diane Abbott says:

        I was a conviction politician once!

        But then I sent my boy to a private schoo because I didn’t want him to become a gangster. My decison was a cultural thing as black mothers would go the the wall for their sons. Whiteys wouldn’t understand this.

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    • 11
      John Redwood says:

      John Redwood

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    • 19
      Anonymous says:

      No dissention politics. Just like the EU.

      Fear any party, or person, that demands absolute loyalty always.

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      • 24
        Anonymous says:

        Fear any person who gives absolute loyalty always. When individuals are expendable in the eyes of the MP, then the individual voters will not be loyal to the MP.

        “You’re so vain” principle will mean no MP will understand the above.

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  3. 3
    Ralph Miliband says:

    Good to see them concerned about the welfare of Treasury pussy.

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  4. 7
    Gashwatch says:

    I do not want to see Gideon’s pussy on a Monday morning. Do you not have a pic of Penny’s?

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  5. 12
    Able Seaman St'aines says:

    Penny’s pussy has been relocated to the Strathclyde docks

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  6. 14
    oh dear God says:

    The Foreign Office allows staff to carry cameras at work?

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    • 29
      Jim says:

      It is only Police Officers that are not allowed to carry recording equipment with them whilst on Duty. It is a H&S issue.

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  7. 17
    Mark Duggan, OG, Original Gangsta says:

    Me waz a well gud family man.

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  8. 28

    Mr Hague said that he had discussed with his European counterparts the need to give more power to national parliaments.

    They smiled at him…

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    • 30
      Herman Van Rompuy Pumpy says:

      Politely.

      Unfortunately, Herr Hague failed to hold his discussion in each of the 24 official languages so we were unable to officially understand what his quacking sounds meant.

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  9. 32
    FFS says:

    spy-cam-cat

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