January 22nd, 2014

CONFIRMED: Hancock Suspended

“The Liberal Democrats have this afternoon, for the first time, had sight of a Portsmouth City Council report by Nigel Pascoe QC into allegations of sexual impropriety by Mike Hancock.  Mike Hancock resigned as a Liberal Democrat MP last year in order to contest allegations of sexual impropriety in a High Court civil action. Given Nigel Pascoe QC’s conclusions in his report, we have immediately suspended Mike Hancock’s membership of the party.”

Lies, damn lies and LibDems…


  1. 1
    Mike says:

    Gimme a change, princess. xxx


  2. 2

    Odds shortening on a by-election then. Can’t see people being enthusiastic about Gerald Vernon-Jackson taking over “the mantle of Mike” though.


    • 28
      Sexy name, un-sexy guy imo says:

      Gerald is the one who said
      “When I knock on doors in Portsmouth I find someone on almost every street who tells me how Mike Hancock has help make their lives better. Mike is by far the best MP this city has had for many years. I continue to think that Mike should continue to be allowed to continue his work for local people.”


  3. 3
    Mike says:

    That was supposed to be chance, not change. You see, princess, I’m in such shock, I can’t type properly. xxx


  4. 4
    Nick Cleeg says:

    Another limp dick wanker.


    • 10
      Lemsip Ropedick says:

      Eh ?


      • 15
        Morgan's Organ says:

        Yes and that’s Nick Clegg. He is now paying the price of adopting the ‘ignore the bleeding obvious for as long as possible principle’ as taught by the David Brent School of .Management


        • 39
          RomaBob.... Beeg Issue, Beeg Issue! says:

          A great week as we see the perv party aka LibDems, heading to oblivion! :)


          • Rub my Scrotum says:

            More votes for UKIP


          • Lord Darcy Pugh says:

            Fresh out of the vat – Flying officer (retired, crashed) Nigel Farago has been voted one of the UK’s worse dressed men, which is very unfair.
            He should have been voted most likely to absolutely disappoint if allowed anywhere near the reins of power, together with Millitwat the Sillytwat.


          • Podiceps says:

            Cameron has disappointed. Farage may disappoint. Miliband won’t disappoint: he will bring full-on, industrial-strength ruin.


          • Just listened to Dave's PP broadcast. says:

            Lies lies, lies and lies. All will be voting UKIP next May.


        • 114
          Psyche the Dog says:

          Dave was very like that with his naughty boys and girls, saying they had his full backing and then quietly showing them the day to room 101


        • 205
          Taxpayer says:

          > ‘ignore the bleeding obvious for as long as possible principle’

          They still have faith in Marx, so no change really.


  5. 5
    The Fashion Police says:

    Never trust a man with a beard. To which I’d add, never trust a man who wears a jacket like that.


  6. 6
    millions says:

    AT LAST!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


  7. 7
    Cathy Ashton,Valeri Amos and that other useless twat William Hague says:

    The Limp Dems in meltdown,Huhne,Rennard,Oaten,Pryce and Hancock.


  8. 8
    lescrompsblogg says:

    A by-election in Portsmouth could very well see the first UKIP MP in Westminster,that’s from speaking to people here in Pompey


  9. 9
    Mike & Chris says:

    We’re starting our own double act. We’re going to call ourselves Cocknard.


  10. 11
    Mustapha Djinn says:

    Another arrogant, self important, self delusional politician who thinks that they can do wrong and are sexually irresistible to others. Hang the bastard.


  11. 12
    Jack Cade says:

    A few years back I nearly bought a used AudiA4 from a dealer in Chichester. Previously owned by a Mr Hancock a Portsmouth MP the salesman proudly explained. I was put off by the stained front seats, now I know why.


  12. 14
    Sally at the Seaside says:

    Are the city council still intending to represent Hancock in High Court on Friday by seeking
    the report be banned from use in the pending civil case .The CX has had this report for months.
    Did he not consider telling anyone of the content.Unbelievable.


  13. 16
    TheDukeOfHunslet says:

    Are there ANY LibDem MP’s, Lords or Councillors who are not drunks, druggies or perverts?


  14. 19
    Anonymous (from Portsmouth) says:

    You swine Guido, you utter pig
    You just had to dig and dig.
    Without your blog it could all have died
    And I’d persist saying that AH lied.
    I could have got away with all of it
    But now you’ve landed me in the shit.
    Fook you Guido, you despicable man
    Now my career is well down the pan.


  15. 20
    Podiceps says:

    ‘The Liberal Democrats have this afternoon, for the first time, had sight of a Portsmouth City Council report …’
    Pull the other one, it’s got bells on it.


  16. 21
    Fleas of a Thousand Camels says:

    Goodho…Rennard and Handycock in the same barrel what!!..Just cant trust these Lim Dubs..their all at it……


  17. 27

    It took a long time to get this far. Reading some of the report, he appears to be someone best NOT to know or have known. Lord Handycock in Ports Mouth!


  18. 30
    P l e b says:

    Awwww…. cuddly, caring Dave’s getting all charitable on us. What a guy.

    Britain always plays the right role in these desperate humanitarian crises

    He means every word he says, you know. They aren’t just mindless, electioneering soundbites.

    Just think, he’d have been bombing those Syrians if wasn’t for a few meddlers.


  19. 31
    Persona non grata says:

    Now then Now then, no resting on laurels, we have still to get Yeo the odious in the crosshairs.


    • 37
      Another one bites the dust says:



    • 113
      Remind me again how many teachers from Nick Cleggs old school are convicted child abusers says:

      Watching Yeo play to the gallery on that committee yesterday made me puke.


      • 296
        Fly on the wall says:

        Yes, me too. But the most surprising thing is that all that lot being interrogated did not just fall about pissing themselves laughing at him.


  20. 33
    RomaBob.... Beeg Issue, Beeg Issue! says:

    HandyCock has been ham shanking across the political universe?


  21. 38
    i don't n eed no doctor says:

    Imagine, if you will, labour and the lib-dems forming a coalition after the 2015 election. Frightening eh?


  22. 41
    Man from Mars says:

    How can you tell a LibDem?
    What qualities do they have?


  23. 44
    Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Eco-loons says:

    Well done Guido.


    • 97
      Fred's Member now voting UKIP says:

      One of the best of all the work he did. Apart from shoving me where the sun don’t shine.


  24. 45
    Crafty Cleggy says:

    Now we know why Nick Clegg switched his LBC show from tomorrow (Thurs) to today.


    • 58
      Isn't Nick a nob says:

      I thought it was so that White Dee could talk to Nick today and not miss her taxi ride to collect her benefits tomorrow.


  25. 50
    originofthespecies says:

    For the past few years, the Tories and their supporters have done their best to blame unemployment on the unemployed. They have been called lazy scroungers, we have been told about the “culture of dependency” Unemployed people have been told to get of the sofa and look for work. We have been told there is loads of jobs if people really want them.

    The one thing the Tories have steadfastly refused to do is accept that unemployment is an economic problem. No it has been portrayed as a moral failing on the part of the unemployed.


    Now its supposedly falling. the Tories have suddenly discovered that unemployment is in fact an economic problem after all and now they want to claim credit for bringing it down.

    So which is it? Is unemployment the fault of the unemployed? In which case, if unemployment is in fact falling, have the lazy scroungers suddenly decided not to be lazy and to get off the sofa and take one of the loads of jobs we have been told are there or is it actually an economic problem. In which case shouldn’t the government apologise to the millions of people they have been demonising for the past 4 years?


    • 54
      Persona non grata says:

      Unemployment is a mass immigration problem.


      • 98
        Taxpayer says:

        Actually not directly. Immigration lowers wages, once the wage pressure lowers a person market-productivity below the minimum wage, they become unemployed.
        Immigration also raises rents which suck money out of the economy.
        The cause of unemployment is simple, taxes on income.


    • 55
      Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Eco-loons says:

      Get a fuckin’ job you bone idle layaout!


    • 57
      i don't n eed no doctor says:

      The padded van is on it’s way, please remain calm.


    • 62
      Bojo's one eye trouser snake says:



    • 63
      cep says:

      Waaaahhhhhh it’s not fair (sob) unemployment’s down (sniff)(wipe) Balls looked a proper c*nt (sniffle) now me and all of my sad lefty mates look like wankers WAAAAHHH-aahh-aahh.

      It’s not faaaaaaiiiiir….!




      • 69
        Mrs Owen Jones says:

        All right .. Allright.. There there. Wipe your eyes and come and watch Phil and Kirsty with mummy.
        And mummy will get you class warrior IV for your PS… 2 is it dear?


    • 64
      What's the point of you says:

      Go away Milibum. Serious sexual perving going on here.
      Not for your delicate little commie ears.


    • 80
      Fabians are EVIL says:

      How dare you come to this room and spout your 6th form marxist political views you twat – go help your mother with the washing up and don’t forget to wash behind your ears and clean your teeth when you go to bed.


    • 90
      Bemused says:

      The Tories never said any of those things at all. You made it up all in your tiny little head.

      But what I will tell you is this. Even during the supposed “boom” when Labour was pissing our kids income up the walls, there were still 2.5million people claiming they couldn’t work and claimed every benefit going. They had hard farmers working all hours to put food on their table and in return they gave nothing back.

      So do you know what my solution is? Stop bennies. Stop them all. In return, cut the taxes of working people. Then let those previously on bennies rely on the charity of their friends and family. And if they haven’t got friends and family willing to support them? Well what does that tell you about the kind of people they are? Let those fuckers starve – even their families will be glad to see the back of them.


    • 305
      captnp says:

      Q:When did they say this?..

      A:They never said it..

      Conclusion: You are a wanker


    • 336
      The Critic says:

      It’s not an economic problem when it has become a lifestyle choice for some. The economy has no impact on that group -they clearly do not want to work.

      It’s a political problem,created by the left. It’s a complex problem,made more complex by leftie interventionism masquerading as ‘fairness’

      Sweeping generalisations will not help you understand it either. I suspect you don’t want to.


  26. 56
    Jeremy Thorpe Lib Dem says:

    Someone needs to get a grip!


  27. 67
    Fish says:

    And not a word on this or, especially, Rennard from any of the senior women Lib Dem MPs.

    Why not?


  28. 76
    Owen Jones says:

    Its okay for men to need to wear bras.


  29. 78
    Ian Smith says:

    Universal Credit will be delivered on time and on budget. I may now be the only person who believes this.


  30. 82
    i don't n eed no doctor says:

    The lib-dems are to morals what labour are to financial competence.


  31. 86
    i don't n eed no doctor says:

    Jon Snow C4 News really understands the countries low paid. Snow really needs his bus pass, after all he must be on the minimum wage and a zero hour contract.


  32. 87
    Smack my Nigella Up says:

    Sex Case, Sex Case, Sex Case, Sex Case,

    Hang Him, Hang Him, Hang Him, Hang Him,

    LibDems – Nonces the lot of em


  33. 91
    Teather's Revenge says:

    Great George Street were very well aware of the nature of the allegations, some time ago.


  34. 92
    David says:

    Derek Osbourne, Cyril Smith, Mike Hancock, Chris Rennard and jeremy thorpe. Oh dear, oh dear, oh dear.


  35. 94
    Ah! Wonder says:

    Handcock suspended.

    How high?


  36. 100
    Albert Pierrepoint says:

    Handycock being suspended, about time I’ll bring the rope, I do bogof’s as well if you include Clegg.


  37. 108
    Remind me again how many teachers from Nick Cleggs old school are convicted child abusers says:

    Now can the Police and CPS really look at this matter again


    • 118
      Fr'eemasonsRUs says:

      But we will just come to the same conclusion…brother Handycock is a fellow member…and we aslways look after our own!


      • 135
        Blowing Whistles says:

        The CPS and Pig Lodges infested with criminals and pervs all over the country are being are being exposed – And it was Bliar who ‘politicised’ the pigs in order to protect himself and his ‘new labour projectmen’ coterie of pervs above all else.

        Pervs – are in every tribal political party – The LibDem’s are just the start and the House of Lords is infested with the fuckers.

        Hampshire Pigs – have been covering up all manner of child abuse for decades – in cahoots with the wigged bastards.


    • 125
      Nick Clegg says:

      Nope. Nothing to see here.

      In my youth, I was ‘educated’ by child abusers.

      I my adult life, I look after child abusers, protecting them for years on end.

      Two entirely different unrelated things.

      I am not a nonce. Nothing to see. Move along.


      • 340
        Anonymong says:

        Maybe not a nonce. However, you are a fork-tongued, duplicitous, bastardised excuse of a human being of the lowest order.


  38. 110
    Dangerous man says:

    Ed Davey is still the biggest cùnt


  39. 115
    Charles Kennedy says:

    You can see why I took to drink now.


  40. 122
    Cyril Smith democratically elected child rapist says:



  41. 123
    Ooh'errr says:


  42. 126
    confucius he says:

    he who looks like Mike Hancock should stick to teaching pottery


  43. 127
    Nemesis says:



  44. 128
    Nemesis says:

    I see Chris Davies (him of cannabis fame) supports fatty Rennard. They still don’t fucking understand anything these stupid Liberal wankers.


  45. 130
    Thunderbox says:

    Heads must now be taken out of the sand and the Hampshire Constabulary and the CPS should see fit to review the Hancock case that mainstream media have only just woken up to and Guido has been championing.


  46. 131
    Gaye Mann (Mrs) says:

    Is it compulsory to be a sex-pest to join the LibDems or just recommened?


  47. 138

    Let’s be fair. Everyone knows LibDems are slow. They could have spun this out for a few more years.

    Next steps:

    * Hancock sues LibDems
    * Rennard sues LibDems and wins
    * Hancock sues LibDems and wins
    * Oaten sues LibDems and wins
    * Lembit Opik sues LibDems and wins
    * Cyril Smith (deceased) sues LibDems and wins
    * Lloyd George (deceased) sues LibDems and wins
    * Gladstone (deceased), having no gripe against them at all, sees how the others have succeeded, becomes persuaded to sue LibDems and wins
    * John Locke (deceased) chucks his tabula rasa in the bin, sues LibDems and wins, managing to finally bаnkrυpt (oops!) the party in the process.

    Ed Balls sees a winner and sets up the new LibDems.


  48. 143

    Businessman tackles two thieves after catching them red-handed on his property . . . now HE’S one on trial for assault


    The prosecutor is saying the owner lost his composure and used unreasonable force. I could have sworn guidelines issued to the CPS said it was allowable and understandable for people to be scared and use what in other circumstances might be excessive. FFS tackling two blokes single handed in the middle of the night not only would I be shitting myself but not knowing if they are armed I would take a stick to them as well.

    I thought the Tories had promised to stop this kind of unfair justice where the police pr ose cute the victim.


  49. 145

    Businessman tackles two thieves after catching them red-handed on his property . . . now HE’S one on trial for assault


    The prosecutor is saying the owner lost his composure and used unreasonable force. I could have sworn guidelines issued to the CPS said it was allowable and understandable for people to be scared and use what in other circumstances might be excessive. FFS tackling two blokes single handed in the middle of the night not only would I be shitting myself but not knowing if they are armed I would take a stick to them as well.

    I thought the Tories had promised to stop this kind of unfair justice where the police prosecute the victim.


    • 146
      • 151

        This one works



        • 156

          It does stink. But it is Cardiff. The laws of the universe are turned upside down there.

          The businessman is deemed to be in the wrong for being moderately wealthy.

          The picture of the burglar (12.30am means it was at night so not theft – bad reporting!) with two broken legs and a broken arm, all broken with the fence post that the same burglar had actually been carrying with him to defend himself, is a wonderful sight.

          A few more pictures like that in the papers and the amount of burglary and robbery would drop significantly.


        • 158

          It doеѕ ѕtink. But it iѕ Cаrdiff. Thе lаwѕ of thе univеrѕе аrе turnеd upѕidе down thеrе.

          Thе buѕinеѕѕmаn iѕ dееmеd to bе in thе wrong for bеing modеrаtеly wеаlthy.

          Thе picturе of thе burglаr (12.30аm mеаnѕ it wаѕ аt night ѕo not thеft – bаd rеporting!) with two brokеn lеgѕ аnd а brokеn аrm, аll brokеn with thе fеncе poѕt thаt thе ѕаmе burglаr hаd аctuаlly bееn cаrrying with him to dеfеnd himѕеlf, iѕ а wondеrful ѕight.

          А fеw morе picturеѕ likе thаt in thе pаpеrѕ аnd thе аmount of burglаry аnd robbеry would drop ѕignificаntly.


        • 167
          Mr Logic says:

          The reasonable force required to subdue two thieves is obviously going to be greater than the force required to subdue one.


          • Logic.

            Two concepts which do not mix well.


          • Casual Observer 5 says:

            After confronting the thieves the businessman had to ensure one was down before tackling the other.

            He probably did not mean to break the legs of the first guy, but if he is putting someone down with a fence post (that had probably been used against him in the first instance as it was brought by the thief), then these things can happen.

            In that situation you have to make sure one of the assailants is both disabled and disarmed.

            The thieves could have saved themselves this grief by not breaking the law in the first place.


          • Lampshade says:

            I agree with you CO5.

            He would obviously need to immobalise one of them, and quickly, in order to be free to defend himself from the other. In the circumstances, which I accept are based on what we are told in the report, but include one of them carrrying a fence post as a weapon, I don’t see how he can be said to have acted unreasonably.


          • Blowing Whistles says:

            To SC CO5

            Cardiff – ah yes they’re having some problems down that way – didn’t the pigs of SWP fuck up over that celeb Watkins and what of the wigged bastards – well they’re getting some comeuppances and not damned well before time either.

            Just have a look at Lordy Carlile’s wiki thingy – and his wife … well well!

            What gem can the MOS come up with this coming w/end from the fork-tongued bastard shyster and btw I will be raising a toast to Oz day on sunday and to the TRUTH THAT IS OUT THERE – despite those who love their trigger words and blinkers.


          • I would suggest to all that we should be mindful of sub judice considerations and keep comments general here so as not to give the slightest opportunity of miscarriage here.

            It is true to say that Cardiff is a backwater when it comes to this sort of situation and it will take longer to re-educate Plod in these socialist hell-holes than in other parts of the country. That goes for the CPS and those crappy judges of which BW justifiably complains.

            They are not all arseholes but far too many of them are.


          • Welsh Tory says:

            It wasn’t Cardiff it was just outside Abergavenny, one of the few Tory strongholds in Wales. And he is being prosecuted because we are a better sort around here so we dispatch the ruffians with twelve bore then never speak of it. One does not demean one’s self by publicly cudgelling the riff raff. An example had to be made.


          • BarryW says:

            Welsh police: the best that money can buy.


          • (That's enough Eds, Ed!) says:

            That the bloke defending his property was put through all that aggro by the “law” really is monstrous bollocks! What people don’t realize is that we’re paying for this at both ends, i.e. in increased insurance premiums AND dole payments to these two, because you can bet your life that they’re not doing B & E at 12.30 am then getting up at 6am to go and work on a building site!!


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          Dimmy Dave is the worst Prime Minister ever ! says:


          Do something? Dimmy Dave allows known terrorists onto our streets!

          Dimmy Dave do something? HA HA HA HA HA HAAA!

          You’re having a laugh!


          But look at this!

          “Motorist faces court after ‘splashing schoolchildren with puddle'”


          We can see Dimmy Dave’s priorities!!

          Dimmy Dave! What a useless sack of toffee-noses shit he is!


          • YOU ARE WRONG says:

            Disagree mate.

            Any twat who deliberately drives through a puddle to swamp pedestrians has broken the Highway code and needs to be dealt with. Myself if I spot this is going to happen and it’s not difficult I either pull wide, slow down or wait, indicate and move around.

            I don’t understand your logic, this is only common courtesy and also against the rules of the road anyway.


          • YOU ARE WRONG says:

            Disagree mate.

            Any twat who deliberately dr1ves through a puddle to swamp pedestrians has broken the Highway code and needs to be dealt with. Myself, if I spot this is going to happen and it’s not difficult, I either pull wide, slow down or wait, indicate and move around.

            I don’t understand your logic, this is only common courtesy and also against the rules of the road anyway


          • Anonymous says:

            he s a leftie
            fucking ignorant twat


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      Now this IS a crimminal Offence nby a thug says:


  50. 150
    Citizen Khan says:

    Percy Thrower was gay. They found peat up his arse.

    Jeremy Thorpe had to have an operation to remove the splinters from his arse after he had half the cabinet up it.

    They all know meh.


    • 246
      Anonymous says:

      When the Thorpe trial result was announced I was persuaded by my colleagues at work to call The Sun and ask if their headline was going to be “Thorpe gets off Scott free”.
      They thanked me for the suggestion – they were polite in those days.


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    Lard Everard says:

    I think I’ve just lost my deposit.


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    Stan Collymore Wife Beater says:



  53. 160
    Anonymous says:


  54. 162

    An almost trivial grouse, given the happy outcome but, as a purist, I would suggest that those crosshairs be around two inches higher if you really don’t want to see the horrible blighter again.


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    'ello 'ello says:


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    A beaver has been spotted in Devon.


  57. 172
    Ed Balls - Shallow Chancer says:

    Plan ‘B’ meaning Baked Beans


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    Only in the Sun says:


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      Casual Observer 5 says:

      NSA revelations should have an impact, but what value does Facebook really add to life and it’s users ? If you are not a retarded narcissist that is.

      Never used it myself and am glad to not have wasted any time with it.

      Twitter is handy for getting News and info fast.

      Like RSS – that may be around for a while yet.


      • 191

        I think that their users are not particularly concerned about NSA type monitoring as they are totally unaware of the consequences.

        It seems to have been a fad which ran its time. I agree with you but know others, including illustrious posters here, who actually use it to do business.

        To the extent that it can cut across barriers normally imposed to keep the well known away from the riff-raff, it can be effective. Twitter uses the same walls down approach but on a much more limited scale.

        Where will Twitter be in ten year’s time though?


        • 344
          Casual Observer 5 says:

          I think the early adopters who are finding that employers are using it to screen them are learning pretty fast, and word is spreading.

          For all of the pseudo-science in the article you posted above – there is an obvious point missed. Missed, I guess, because the experts involved are wanting grant money.

          Phenomena such as Facebook and other social media sites should be regarded in a similar way to the fashion market.

          There are some articles of clothing which are necessary and do not need revision. Eg: E-Mail services could be regarded as the analog of underpants.

          That flashy jacket or skirt you buy though – has no real utility value (maybe less than the less flashy varieties), but is a temporary badge or status whilst the fad is in. Trend can last a few years, few stick long term, but generally die out as peoples perceptions and interests shift.

          Facebook falls squarely into the fashion accessory end of the market.

          I mentioned a difference to twitter, as even though that platform is garbage, it does have a strong utility value. One of those is using it as a news source for on the second reporting.

          The future – if government gets it’s way – there will be a state run Facebook which is compulsory under statutory law with a physical smart card to be carried by all party members who are set up on it.

          Transgress against the community rules and you will have your access / card removed.

          It will of course be impossible to find work in the normal job market or access government services such as NHS / Benefits / Pensions without an Id card, and employers will be able to access the government run site in order to screen and provide private feedback to the state on how productive and party faithful the worker is.


    • 188
      Ah! Maybe.. says:

      But so was Eve and look how that took off.


    • 189
      Ah! Hooray says:

      So are United


    • 238
      Thought that died years ago says:

      Facebook? Are they still around?


  60. 183
    Bingo says:

    A prayer for Michael Schumacher 🙏


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    Moley says:

    Cameron should be pointing the finger at his coalition partners for containing “Fruitcakes, loonies and racists” not at UKIP which compared to the Liberal Democrats is a paragon of virtue. UKIP does at least promptly chuck out any (few) weirdos immediately.

    The question that has to be asked is why the Lib Dems attracts so many deviants, racists and perverts?


    Joining the Lib Dems is becoming the kind of personal statement that normal decent people simply don’t want to make.


    • 244
      Marc de Nadiov says:

      Don’t worry. Nick has given me a totally confidential For My Eyes Only list of Lib Dem MPs who are a total waste of time and space and can be ignored.
      Shifty Swinson’s on it and so is some bloke called Michael Crockart.


    • 274
      Anonymous says:

      and let us not forget alcoholic party leaders


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    Anonymous says:


    • 196
      The British Public says:

      This is only news to people who don’t read this blog


      • 208
        Dimmy Dave is the worst Prime Minister ever ! says:

        Everyone’s getting wise to what’s going on.

        Dimmy Dave the Euro slave is toast. Miliband is toast. Clegg the páedo-protector is toast.

        Toast. Toast. Toast.



      • 262
        Geedo Follows the comments says:

        It was also revealed on this blog last night, so even Geedo is behind.


  64. 195
    The British Public says:

    I see our MPs are getting more and more frightened of meeting the public.

    Well they might be.



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    Incapable Vince, deputy Chief Cockroach says:

    I have never heard of Pricky Vyce.


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    • 211
      Dimmy Dave's Doubles the Debt says:



      • 234
        Haha leftie prick says:

        You really are suffering. asca leftie It must really absolutely eat into your very being all this good newsI bet you lay awake at night cursing.

        Good there is more to come hahahahaha!!

        Labour fucks economies and people lives the Tories always pick up the piece sand put it all back together. Thus as it ever was



        • 239
          Not the Prawn cocktail circuit says:

          When you see headlines like that then you really do know its all over for the two Eds.


          • moderate me would you? says:


            Class war. It’s the top-hatted capitalists dissing the workers champion innit.

            It’s the 1970’s all over again. Do you really think that in the (non-)workin gmen’s clubs of Sunderland or Hull or a.n.other Labour-voting northern shithole they look at ‘The Times’ and give it ‘Ay-up Jethro, seems like young Miliband has dropped a bollock. Seems the owners are saying he’s shitting on economic recovery. Says he’s doing ‘arm to t’economy. Maybe we should adjust our stance on always voting Labour…’

            Naah. It’s not going to happen. Bosses warnming that Miliband is doing harm to the economy is fuel on the fire to these fuckwits. ‘Way-hay, the ruling class is worried…’


    • 212
      Only in the Sun says:

      Come back Tony Blair…all is forgiven!


    • 214
      Dimmy Dave's Doubled the Debt says:

      Come ON! “I’m much wealthier now that I’ve doubled my debt!”?

      Who are you? Gordon Brown?


      • 223
        Joss Taskin says:

        Is that you, Mr. Meldrew ?


        • 230
          Anonymous says:

          Dunno why I bother to reply but the debt has gone up because Labour had so any on the teat it will take years to wean the fuckers off. Good idea though stop the bennies and all the shite tomorrow morning. You would be on here moaning about that though
          Fucking twat


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    Maximum Exposure says:


  68. 224
    Anonymous says:

    Watched PM questions today and Millibands hooter problem is back with a vengeance. He sounds different like taking through his nose and it looks definitely flatter like a retired boxer

    The op has failed


    • 235
      CYNICAL OLD GIT says:

      Like a honking seal !


    • 249
      Ed Balls - Shallow Chancer says:

      I thought he was talking out of his arse today, not through his nose.


    • 260
      Podiceps says:

      Have a look at Awkward Ed Miliband Moments. His nose seems a different shape in each picture. I think the attempt to straighten his septum has left it loose and flopping about. In the ‘dandruff’ picture, taken three weeks ago, it seems to have gone completely over to his left side (the viewer’s right side).

      Apologies for not giving a link, but every time I do it seems to get my name banned.


  69. 225
    Benny Fitz-Clements says:


    • 229
      Gesture Politics says:

      The only thing the government will do is lower the speed limit to 20mph and install some speed bumps.


    • 318
      Mick Heseltine says:

      Would IDS please outline his detailed plans for us all to read on the internet this side of the European Elections please.


  70. 226
    Ms Beckett aged 17 3/4 says:

    I saw that record fall in unemployment and I nearly cried. I want all employment dead


    • 232
      Time for a government with vision says:

      Just think how much better life would be if they kicked out the two million or so illegals.


      • 297
        Fly on the wall says:

        Over the past couPle of days the Malaysian Govt has rounded up well over 1000 illegals and transported them to the nearest exit point. They will be back home by Sunday.

        So if they can do it, wTF can’t we?


  71. 241
    meanwhile, whilst the libDems navel gaze says:


  72. 242
    Kon Dealer says:

    Did Hancock work for the BBC?


  73. 254
    Lizard Times says:


    • 282
      moderate me would you? says:

      Icke has let himself go a bit. He looks like he’s been on the Eric Pickles see-food diet.


      • 293
        Titty von Lesbonaut and the Cunt Sniffers says:

        icke recently launched a 24/7 internet tv/radio station – crowd funded to the tune of 300k. some oh so kind technical bods gifted him a bunch of studio equipment for free, so all was looking great. week or so after the station launch things start to go wrong- namely the studio equipment kept crashing and is keeping on crashing and all of the 300k has been spunked… thus icke has been lamenting the station will have to close unless people gift the station even more money and all this plus he is sick from exhaustion so currently is having nothing to do with the station what so fucking ever other than reeling off 30 minutes rants in an attempt to raise the funds to keep the station running.

        strangely though he hasn’t been prepared to have the station broadcast any of his filmed lectures- but that’s okay because you can purchase them via his website.

        meanwhile though one wonders if he and his team have cottoned on to the fact that quite possibly that studio equipment they were gifted was moody. or the fact to have burned through 300k in a matter of weeks screams dodgy. he said a few weeks back that the station is going to release full accounts of all its expenditure… but nowt has been provided thus far.

        icke is a massive egotistical psychopathic twat. i once sent him definitive proof of the true meaning of “322” re: skull & bones society and the fucker for some unfathomable reason decided not to publish it, instead though he let me know in no uncertain terms that apparently i was a shill. what he did publish however was a picture of bush snr in a group skull & bones photograph i had sourced… did he give me any credit for that find? did he fuck!

        enjoy your imminent retirement david- guess the quarr group will come good on their promise for you.


        • 299
          M­a­­q­bo­­ul says:

          Sounds like a clear case of Conspiracy Theorist Nutter Envy Syndrome


        • 343
          Casual Observer 5 says:

          The 300k burn through is easily doable on the people’s voice project.

          Equipment likely shot – but why did they go for full professional offices in London ?

          There are other smaller scale alt news outlets that are getting reach and are economically sustainable without having to rip off the gullible.

          This blog is one example, Exaro another and then you have outfits such as UK Column.

          Needle (another good example of a self sustaining and good alt news outlet) has been covering the exchanges, very impartially.

          Even Alex Jones manages to do decent business without needing to touch his listeners for exorbitant donations.

          There are growing whispers that I’cke is himself just a shill – a convincing one. These may be unfounded.

          What is certain though is that he is a somewhat ruthless and iffy business man, who for all the bluster, has made a lot of money out of selling a very specific brand of snake oil, which does include promotion of his son’s music career.

          The business model on his latest venture was completely shot, and I’cke may have left himself fully liable for the costs and inevitable litigation, which maybe is why he is bleating so much and dealing with ‘exhaustion’ (The Moran defence ?).

          Mixed bag – many may have given him too much credibility for being right about Jimmy Savile. Simple transposition fallacy.

          Could be a world record here for the shortest lived alternative news global TV channel. And a Darwin for the most poorly planned idea ever put into motion.


          • Titty von etc etc says:

            i believe they are operating out of a studio in the wembley area which in the strictly geographical sense isn’t really central london however i get your point completely because the rents aroun there would be massive. as for the choice of such a location i ponder if he was trying to make it somewhere convenient for guests, presenters and the all important volunteers to get to and from.

            most of the wedge has probably gone on whoever is pumping out the live/repeat feeds. if he had chosen for it not to be a 24/7 operation the feed fees would be massively reduced and repeats could have been made available by simply using youtube. quite possibly he is using the same company that pumped out his pay for view wembley arena lecture without having investigated alternate providers.
            as for the programming there was the live breakfast style show which included icke reviewing the newspapers (cue him droning on and fucking on) but most people are too busy at that time of the day to watch any sort of breakfast tv.

            then there is the fellow doing the middle east program. no disrespect to him, i don’t doubt he knows what he is talking about but he has got facial tattoos for fuck sakes!

            there was the sonia poulton show but that went tits up after she manned up to icke and confronted him about the finances.

            barrie k sharpe aka the legend that conjured up the entity known as “rare groove” and later went on to be one of the co-founders of fashion house the duffer of st george… he was to have a show but it never happened but hey instead we have icke’s “musical” son doing a music show.

            fair play to icke about savile but the legendary late rev goatboy of popbitch fame not only posted info about savile way back in the day when jango was alive but also provided auditory evidence of savile behaving inappropriately (savile’s travels outtakes) years ago so that they could be released when savile had kicked the bucket. (and i was the one that hooked icke up with those outtakes via his forum… my reward? he banned me!)

            but hey! according to icke “infinite love is the only truth, everything else is illusion” aka this is all a hologram so if his station folds it doesn’t matter because it never really existed in the first place!!!


    • 291
      Taxpayer says:

      Think his brain’s fallen out.


  74. 255
    Anonymous says:

    Hancock’s ‘victim': Lib Dems not taking claims seriously.



  75. 257
    Anonymous says:


  76. 261
    Davos Calling says:

    Meet The Fortress Hotel That Separates The Davos Billionaires From The Peasants


    The theme of this year’s Davos meeting where the world’s wealthiest and most powerful people meet to enjoy each other’s company, a fawning media, and of course the best food and entertainment that money can buy, is social stability, class hatred, and how to fix a world torn by a record wealth inequality.


  77. 265
    The work never ends says:


    • 271
      Fish says:

      What’s the point? I don’t think Hoban has been doing anything illegal…like uttering false receipts.



  78. 267
    Nasa says:


  79. 268
    LibDem storm in a D-cup says:


    • 301
      CYNICAL OLD GIT says:

      Who gives a fuck about a washed up useless ex footballer and an anorexic publicity hungry ex weather forecast reader, they deserved each other!


    • 334
      Basyl Faulty says:


      Don’t mention the ethnicity!


      • 353
        CYNICAL OLD GIT says:

        In this case their ethnicity is of no consequence unless there is a new one ,such as moronic boring twatoid!


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    moderate me would you? says:

    When the government a few weeks ago appointed a ‘Minister for Portsmouth’ I think the writing was on the wall.

    Think back. We’ve had mass unemployment crisis all over the place in the past 30 years. Liverpool. Newcastle. Glasgow and a dozen other cities.

    Huge cities with huge sudden job losses. Did we ever get a minister for Liverpool? Newcastle? Birmingham? Sunderland? Dunfermline? Glasgow? Did we fuck.

    And now some tiny town in the South of England loses a couple of thousand jobs and they need a minister?

    Nah. They need ‘supervision’. I wouldn’t like to speculate whether the supervision was supposed to be another layer of cover for Hancock or if it was to have a grown-up in place for when the shit hit the fan but I’m sure others will draw their own conclusions.


  82. 288
    Axe the telly tax says:

    Sky news lead story for nearly 6 minutes the improvement in the economy and the record job figures.

    BBC news now 15 minutes in and not a mention, zilch. They are reporting everything even a mafia arrest in Sicily but not this uk good news

    In a nutshell Tells you everything you need to know about the BBC


    • 289
      Axe the telly tax says:

      Just done the papers and still managed to avoid the subject. FFS they are not even trying to hide the bias now


      • 290
        Taxpayer says:

        Website business section…

        “Can business be a ‘force for good’? ”

        Wow so far left it’s untrue. North Korea isn’t exactly good is it…


        • 306
          UKIP or bust says:

          Don’t worry thay have resurected La Flanders, the peoples economic guru, to tell us what is wrong with the good news.


    • 326
      The BBC are cunts says:



  83. 292
    Why does anyone cote Labour? says:

    I take it Guido hates this character as I’d never heard of him before reading about him on here. I have to say propositioning a few female constituents is fairly low down the pecking order of Dib Lem sins – no rent boys or perjury or anything really juicy. Is he really a Lib Dem as I didn’t think they were into women?


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    albacore says:

    Never mind Hancock, Cleggie’s on the ball
    He’s got a new catch phrase – it’s “standing tall”
    Then again, if you were up-neck in muck
    You, too, might sound like your record was stuck



  86. 298
    M­a­­q­bo­­ul says:

    All that remains to complete this saga is for the KGB to suspend Hancock’s membership for “impropriety”.


  87. 300
    The British media are cunts says:

    How can the Limp Dims claim they only found out about Handycock yesterday? It’s been on this blog for years.


  88. 302
    David Moyes is a useless hunt says:

    Hancock is just the tip of the iceberg,I doubt that if you trawled thru the pecadillos,misdeeds or troughing you would be luck to find a handful of decent,honest MPs


  89. 309
    LD Committee Member says:

    Everyone now thinks all Lib Dems are weird and pervy.


    • 311

      Jeremy Thorpe is beginning to look the most normal of the lot.

      And he was decidedly odd.


    • 313
      Mark Oaten (LibDem) says:

      Finally, the truth has been laid bare.


    • 316
      ████ 'changed my tune ' Hoon says:

      Let’s not forget the lying lawbreakers amongst the FibDems.


    • 322
      Anonymous says:

      Let’s not forget the LibDem weirdos in the European Parliament.


      • 346
        JH03948923432 says:

        Verhofstadt is the epitome of the EU.

        Scruffy, ugly, lolling about in his chair and bellowing at anyone who talks down his project to become the Grand Mufti of Europe without firing a bullet.

        These fuckers better have fortified private islands to run to when it all blows up in their faces.


  90. 310
    Whippersnapper2 says:

    Nobody ever now talks about the ever lovely Jihad Jenny (Tonge) er….excuse me Baroness Tonge of Slagbury. What a crowd of loonies the Dims. are.


  91. 312
    nell says:

    Yes but he is still an mp and a councillor so still raking in our cash and still bringing the HoC and his local council into disrepute. Just expelling him from the libdems so he has to function as an Independent is NOT justice.


    • 330
      CYNICAL OLD GIT says:

      It ‘s time to take a close look at the arrangement where an MP can also be elected onto a local council ,if as they will have us believe, being an MP is such a time consuming and demanding job it should not give them time to do anything else .
      Also if they happen to lose their seat in a general election they can still be troughing for another year or two at a local level until the next local elections when the voters finally have a chance to be rid of them.


  92. 314
    Mr Happy says:

    This could not be happening to a nicer Party.


  93. 319
    Anonymous says:


  94. 321
    Miriam. says:

    Mike and Chris have been very naughty boys,Nick used to be a naughty boy but I tamed him with my Latin Love.


  95. 325
    I am a Tory. says:

    Cameron should end the Colition now the Lb Dems are in meltdown and not just about these scandals,the economic news is good,interest rates will rise in late 2014/15 and Labour has no credibility on macro economics,now is the time.


    • 328

      Woddya mean, Labour have no credibility ?

      We are prepared to tax and spend our way back into stagnation once we get back into office.


    • 337
      albacore says:

      The only bluebottle in that ointment
      Is how much borrowed money Dave has spent
      Well, not the only one, on second thought
      Vote Tory and E U is what you’ve bought


  96. 327
    MIKE HANDLECOCK (give me a chance princess) says:

    Ah well , it’s back to the eastern European orphanages for me


  97. 331
    Teather's Revenge says:

    Hancock remains an Independent MP for Portsmouth South and an Independent councillor for Fratton ward.

    These are the big questions:

    Will the Leader of Portsmouth City Council keep Hancock in his Cabinet?

    Will the High Court case conclude (or indeed even begin) by May 2014, when Hancock’ s term of office as a councillor ends?

    Will Hancock settle, lose or win it?

    Will Hancock stand in Fratton as an Independent candidate in May, with local Lib Dem backing?

    Who will be the first Portsmouth Lib Dem councillor to resign from the Lib Dem Party in disgust at pretty much all of the above, plus a little dash of Rennard?


    • 348
      Long John Silver's parrot says:

      These scroungers care more about their expense accounts than they do the people they euphemistically purport to help.


  98. 332
    A BBC Special Correspondent says:

    Has anyone told him to take a walk to the Chiltern Hundreds?

    The man is obviously a poor excuse for a human being.

    Parliament will be a better place without him.


  99. 338
    Never go into a room alone with a LibDem says:


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