February 3rd, 2014

Tim Yeo’s Greatest Hits

From leadership contender to loser in nine years, Tim Yeo bites the dust. Guido has been exposing his absenteeism and conflicts of interest for the best part of a decade. As far back as 2007 Guido reported his hypocrisy in lobbying for an end to unnecessary air travel as he flew around the world on golfing jollies. In 2010 Guido accused Yeo of using House of Commons banqueting facilities to wine and dine a group of environmental investors, while at the same time raising money for AFC Energy, a company of which he is the chairman. Yeo’s denial to Guido on Newsnight that it was “absolutely outrageous” is particularly amusing today.

Later that year Yeo put his name forward for the chairmanship of the Energy and Climate Change select committee. Guido warned at the time, “MPs look set to elect a man completely tied up with an industry that he would be responsible for the checks and balances on”. They didn’t listen.

By 2012, Yeo’s conflicts of interests were adding up. He was now earning over £100,000-a-year from his green investments as he lobbied the government to stop green cuts. Then there was Yeo’s dodgy taxi firm dealings – he resigned from the company when Guido started sniffing round – and his call for extra flights to China just as one of his companies signed a huge deal in the country.

2013 saw Yeo stung by the Sunday Times, offering to become a paid advocate for a fake firm for £7,000-a-day. The cops took an interest but Yeo survived. Though not for long…

Read all Guido’s stories on Tim Yeo, dating back to 2005, here.


187 Comments

  1. 1
    M102 says:

    Yet Camoron wanted to keep him!

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  2. 2
    Bert Birt says:

    Deselected. Good. The lazy, out-of-touch, selfish, arrogant khunt. Only a few more hundred to go……

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  3. 3
    Andrew says:

    The news shines out like a good deed in a naughty world.

    Rejoice, rejoice!

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  4. 4
    1922 Committee says:

    Note to self:
    Find way to deselect Cameron, urgent business.

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    • 13
      David Davies says:

      I told you it would all go wrong

      Even if we ger rid of Cameron now, it will take years to rebuild the real Tory party

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      • 26
        Observation says:

        It’s riddled with undesirables.
        It would be better to knock it down and start from scratch.
        The decent people like John Redwood, Jacob R-M etc. could join ukip.

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        • 144
          Tim Yeo's bastard Lovechild says:

          Why the **** would they want to join UKIP? If it wins a single seat it’ll be a bloody miracle.

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  5. 6
    Anonymous says:

    For the love of God, buy a shotgun microphone.

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    • 75
      wholemeal loaf says:

      Good camera work though, very professional. Out of interest, what was it shot with? PS did Neo Guido eat all the sandwiches in Sandwich?

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  6. 8
    The climate says:

    Phew. Time to carry on climatting and all that, free from users’ sticky palms

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    • 91
      Terra says:

      No worries mate, I can take care of myself, it’s just a few undesirables cluttering up the top layer of the geology who’ll feel the pinch.

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    • 167
      Blowing Whistles says:

      Anyone notice that weirdo Lord smith treading water and repeating the ‘climate change’ mantra at least 6 times in a 5-10 minute interview on CH4 news.

      The army or headless chickens are ‘biting back’.

      And btw – Old charlie boy fails PUBLICLY to declare HIS INTEREST and the mutlitudes of dosh he and the crown – will be coining in (if not already) from the windmill strategy. Huh Keep talking to the flowers Charlie – you’re in good company there???

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      • 177
        Mme Guillotine says:

        … and he got a good bollocking from Kay Burley on Sky too. Smooth as shit and just as useless isn’t he? Another candidate for contract non-renewal idc. ASAP!

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  7. 9
    Order Order says:

    Not just any old blog. Probably the best blog in the world!

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  8. 10
    Dubya says:

    Yo Yo Yeo

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  9. 11
    ████ 'changed my tune ' Hoon says:

    I can confirm that starring on Guy News is a Gravy Train wrecker.

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  10. 15
    Guido News Top appearer says:

    Again Guido appears on Guido News. Just has to appear when ever the camera rolls.

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  11. 16
    Andrew Efiong says:

    A great hit for Guido who’s flushed him out.

    The crosshairs targetted him and BAM!

    Guido never misses!

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  12. 22
    Anonymous says:

    Looking forward to deselecting Cameron next and replacing him with a real Conservative. Cameron can then join the Libs where he really belongs.

    Remember, we are in this mess still because our Honest Dave couldn’t get a HofC majority at the last election when Brown was in power and considered the worst PM of all times and really detested by every one. His bad judgement to go into the the election debates was part of his downfall, and then he allowed Labour to claw back seats so that the Tories would end up without a majority.

    He really has no chance of power in 2015 considering he couldn’t win in 2010, and he didn’t!

    His love of all things European Union will add to his demise. The 2017 alleged EU referendum will never happen, and even if it did and even if the vote went against the EU, and these are all very big ‘IF’s’ Parliament or the Government is not bound by the result. Remember France and the Netherlands voted ‘Non’ but it was just conveniently ignored by the political elite, so what makes you think any thing different would happen here.

    This country is going to be part of a Federal United States of Europe, whether the people like it or not. It will happen, come hell or high water, even with our Honest Dave at the helm. It’s what the United States want too and part of a long standing deal that concluded the end of the second world war.

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    • 29
      Politicus says:

      You do know Cameron polls better than his party? More people will vote for the Conservatives with him as leader than without. This riles many but it’s a fact.

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      • 53
        Fish says:

        +1000.

        The bastards are out and about tonight

        PS: Those 91 Tory MPs – the usual suspect who want to give Cameron a black eye – the ones who voted against House of Lords reform, handed 30 odd seats to Milipede when the yellows wouldn’t go along with boundary reforms.

        Are these Tories, like the 91, the Raabels and the other head-bangers, THICK?

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      • 147
        Michael Gove says:

        Of course he didn’t know that. He’s one of these Johnny-come-lately to politics people, who’ve watched a couple of UKIP videos on YouTube and now think they’re fucking experts.

        Tossers.

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    • 30
      Táxpáyér says:

      Voting/Democracy is simply a way of saying you remove the political classes without killing them.

      The EU is anti-democratic.

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      • 179
        Mme Guillotine says:

        As I have already asked, can I be of assistance? Just been serviced, sharpened and oiled so ready to go at the drop of a (red) flag.

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  13. 23
    Incapable Vince, deputy Chief Cockroach says:

    I have never heard of Guido Fawkes.

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    • 89
      Blowing Donkey Whistles says:

      He’s behind Yeo…

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    • 168
      Blowing Whistles says:

      SC i left a remark or two on the previous blog for my new shadow blogger.

      Next thing you know there will be a Schrodinger’s Donkey Cat.

      The people appear to be waking up and every troughing dirty treasonous MP across the political spectrum – ought to start thinking about ‘putting their hands up’ PUBLICLY.

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  15. 27
    Joss Taskin says:

    As he’s such an energy terrorist, are we sure that Yeo-Yeo is not a closet LibDem ?

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  16. 28
    The Bishop of Hill (I hope he is wrong) says:

    Yeover and out

    DateFeb 3, 2014
    CategoryClimate: Parliament CategoryYeo

    Guido is reporting that Tim Yeo has been deselected.

    The South Suffolk Conservative Association have voted not to re-adopt Tim Yeo MP as their candidate for the next General Election. Selection for the South Suffolk constituency will be opened in due course.

    My guess is that Cameron will elevate him to the House of Lords.

    http://www.bishop-hill.net/

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  17. 32
    Justice must now be done says:

    Right Next thing is to remove the Chair of the energy select committee from him.

    Our MPs believe in the will of the people don’t they?

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  18. 33
    Bill Quango MP/5 says:

    Oh Yeo! Yeo is me!
    If this kind of undemocratic attack on the freedom to be a completely unaccountable, troughing, self interested, thieving, self-important, haughty, uncaring, expense fiddling safe seat MP could happen here….

    It could happen to .. .to …anyone!

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    • 38
      Bill Quango MP/5 says:

      And on the same day they started not automatically renewing £250,000 quango directorships.

      This country is going to the dogs, i tell you. Its worse than France!
      I’m only glad my old friend Sir Stuart Bell-End Isn’t alive to see this disgraceful overturning of the elite’s human rights.

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      • 90
        Dick the Celebrating Prick who has always liked Suffolk says:

        It’s a bloody outrage – what do these bloody Tory activists want – a choice? That’s not what their subs are for.

        (Note to self – if ever I see TB on a golf course, stand well behind him – his swing’s atrocious).

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  19. 34
    M103 says:

    Who’s the gonk at the top?

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  20. 35
    Genghiz the kahn says:

    Poor old SNP – twitter spat with da yoof.

    Wants them to apologise for tweeting he’s a winker, and gamp.

    http://www.scotsman.com/news/education/school-pupils-brand-snp-mp-gimp-on-twitter-1-3292348

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    • 99
      Longshanks says:

      A BBC … “broadcast which showed that only three people in the audience were in favour of an independent Scotland”.

      ROFL

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      • 121
        FFS says:

        “A number went into the debate broadly in favour of independence but changed their minds during it.”

        Seems Mr Wishart was perhaps not the best advocate for independence….

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  21. 36
    Táxpáyér says:

    For the Alizee fans and seeing as its greatest hits and unloved Yeo..

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  22. 37
    This makes my piss boil says:

    Single mother-of-eight who claims £2,000 a month in state handouts has £600 of bus lane fines slashed because she says she can’t afford them
    Marie Buchan, 31, was hit by 10 bus lane fine tickets in just one week
    She strayed into Birmingham bus lane while her daughter was in hospital
    Council has cut the £600 bill to £180 after an appeal from Miss Buchan
    She claimed financial hardship, and that the lane was poorly signposted
    She does not want to pay the last £180 and is considering further appeal
    Ms Buchan lives with her eight children aged from four months to 12 years
    She receives £500 a week in benefits, which was reduced from £582
    New Birmingham cameras responsible for issuing more than 80,000 fines
    By LUCY CROSSLEY
    PUBLISHED: 12:15, 3 February 2014 | UPDATED: 14:41, 3 February 2014
    261 shares 606View
    comments
    A single mother with eight children who receives £2,000 a month in benefits has had a string of bus lane fines slashed because she claims she can’t afford to pay them.
    Marie Buchan, 31 racked up 10 tickets in just one week after straying into the bus lane when her youngest daughter Olivia, then aged two months, was admitted to hospital with bronchitis.
    Ms Buchan, whose children are aged between four months and 12 years old, receives £500 a month in state handouts and said the £600 of fines left her facing financial ruin.

    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2550905/Single-mother-claims-2-000-month-state-handouts-600-bus-lane-fines-slashed-says-afford-them.html#ixzz2sHfWZOfK
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    • 41
      M103 says:

      If it boils your piss, don’t read the Daily Mail.

      Simples…

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    • 51
      Sir William Wayde says:

      Bus lanes are a wicked waste of scarce road space. They force you to overtakevthe same bus three or four times. Hats off to anybody who can drive in them and get away with it!

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    • 81
      McAdder says:

      8 kids by the same father with whom she says she has an on-off relationship. Seems he has been more on her than off her.

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    • 102
      Sir William Waide says:

      Bus lanes are such a wasteful misuse of scarce road space – good luck to her!

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  23. 40
    Bill Quango MP/5 says:

    Old Holborn tweet on LBC.
    Good for dale.

    Does he remember who OH is?

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  24. 42
    Cassandra says:

    6 pm Monday – situation as normal, leftwing troughers screaming they shouldn’t be removed from the gravy train, the bbc seizing, like ravening dogs, on an opportunity to savage the Conservatives and providing a platform, as usual, for Labour inadequates to spout rubbish with no challenge. Nobinson acting as main bbc cheerleader. Remember all those lies and denials he told to protect Labour for thirteen years?

    The bbc are now blatantly operating as the publicity arm of Labour, surely there has to be some check on them, preferably dissolution of the corporation.

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  25. 43
    Bill Quango MP/5 says:

    I think Guido needs to move with the times and update the cross hairs for modern video.

    A successful Huhneing should meet a full on SNIPER ELITE-3, bone smashing, gratuitous and unnecessary violent end.

    We await the youtube.

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  26. 44
    Dave Von Cameroon says:

    I am READY to Lead in 2015

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    • 48
      nell says:

      The truth is you are the incumbent PM. History shows that the electorate only kicks out the incumbent if they have been economically incompetent or the opposition is particularly brilliant and has amazing charisma.

      The odds therefore are in your favour because the opposition is economically illiterate and utterly lacking in charisma.

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      • 104
        McMental IFA says:

        Past performance is no guarantee of future performance.

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      • 127
        FFS says:

        You forget that Cameron didn’t win last time and Parliamentary majorities tend to erode wth time. He should have forced Gordon back into the driving seat if he wanted a chance at two terms, but he couldn’t help himself.

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        • 160
          Michael Gove says:

          Frankly, that is the most cretinously stupid opinion I’ve heard today, and as you can imagine that’s up against some pretty stiff competition. There’s no way in hell Cameron could have just walked away from the chance of government and let Brown back in. He’d have been absolutely slaughtered in the media.

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    • 63
      The Public says:

      Actually, we prefer (c) ‘Get out of the way’

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  27. 45
    nell says:

    There is something deeply unpleasant about yeo’s attitude to making money and twisting lobbying rules. cameron and osborne have made a fundamental mistake in supporting this murky man and need to distance themselves from him very quickly.

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    • 128
      FFS says:

      There is something deeply commonplace about yeo’s attitude to making money and twisting lobbying rules.

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  28. 46
    nell says:

    There is something deeply unpleasant about yeo’s attitude to making money & twisting lobbying rules. cameron and osborne have made a fundamental mistake in supporting this murky man and need to distance themselves from him very quickly.

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    • 49
      BOB BOB says:

      +1

      It was well worth saying Twice.

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    • 85
      Casual Observer 6 says:

      Cameron and Osborne must have known what was going on and were supportive of his behavior.

      If they were not they would have distanced some time ago.

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      • 173
        non taxable pikey says:

        Perhaps a case of knowing his little peccadilloes so as to have control of him, but then again, I am a cynical old sod.

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    • 94
      White rabbit says:

      Rather an astute adjective Nell, ‘murky’. I like that. His mistake was an inability to hide his deceit and murkiness. It was written all over his face. Unlike Blair who effortlessly lied, deceived and hid his ‘murk’

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  29. 50
    yo says:

    singlemutha fukka.

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  30. 52
    Dodgy D. Laws says:

    I hope he won’t challenge my in my nice safe seat of Yeovil.

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  31. 54
    Sir William Waide says:

    Memo to Dave: don’t piss off the party’s grass roots – those mugs who do lots of work for no money.

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  32. 56
    RomaBob.... Buy Beeg Issue! says:

    A good day for local politics !

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    • 169
      Blowing Whistles says:

      It is the start of local people retaking control over the muppets in Parliament who think they are the Masters when – they are in fact our servANTS.

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  33. 57
    David Minibanana says:

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    • 80
      What's this season's fashion for male grooming products? says:

      Of all the reasons why Millionaireband should be worried, not being in some lads’ mag feature must be bottom of the list.

      Anyway, he is well connected. Rich Lefty Daddy with pals in the House of Lords. Same school as Boris. Inherited wealth. Favourite of the unions.

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    • 100
      Dennis McShame says:

      I’m No. 1 in the list of best-convicted men.

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  34. 59
    Labour voting thicko! says:

    Nice one Guido.

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  35. 61
    Herr Hitler says:

    Someone should do a ‘Downfall’ parody

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  36. 67
    altruism in industry says:

    so ? I’ve got as far as telling the EU to fuck off, banning Johny foreigner from buying property and instilling fear into the kids so they learn and behave themselves. removing any handouts for Johny foreigner and neredowells.
    but when are we going to instigate a proper right wing agenda ?

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  37. 73
    stvwh says:

    The recent deselections of Conservative candidates, including today Tim Yeo, have demonstrated the misunderstanding and isolation between the central Conservative elite and the local party membership.

    Cameron, Gove, and Osborne, very publicly gave their support to Yeo, putting them at loggerheads with the the local association during the period of the vote. They have thus not shown any consideration towards an association which put and kept Tim Yeo in power for thirty years, even loyally supporting him through some very embarrassing revelations about extra-marital affairs. Such is the state of the automatic assumption of rights that the Conservative elite hold, I doubt that there will be any contrition shown by Cameron. He completely and unnecessarily ramped up the stakes by stepping into an affair where he was clearly not wanted.

    We are left with the question of who is to be the next South Suffolk Conservative candidate? Will they be allowed to choose their own appropriate candidate, or have to take a parachuted-in PR-approved slick-haired candidate from Cameron’s A-list, or even Boris Johnson, who is looking for somewhere to hang his hat?

    Congratulations though, to the local Conservative association for taking this very bold action.against Tim Yeo. Don’t let Cameron’s metropolitan pals’ assumed hegemony over such local constituencies overrule your wishes.

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  38. 77
    Prime Minister David Cameron says:

    Income Tax, we propose to incorporate it into the National Lottery so at least you stand a chance of winning your money back.

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  39. 78
    Anonymous says:

    The whole edifice of British politics is corrupt,the worst examples being the troughers,liars,homos,kiddy fiddlers in the Houses of Parliament.Ken Livingstone a man I loathe once wrote a book or pamphlet entitled …..If voting changed anything they would abandon it….. daft as he is he was right about that,I couldnt give a shit who wins the next election it wont matter we are goin down the shitter,thank God I have probably only 15 years left.

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  40. 86
    i don't n eed no doctor says:

    Labour’s Tristram Hunt was on C4 News. Oh what a twat, only concerned with political point scoring and not concerned with childrens education. Just what does Hunt stand for regarding education.
    He also let slip labour’s next spin line – a schools places crisis. Labour are the crisis!

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    • 95
      Casual Observer 6 says:

      He shows up with a bag of cats and strict instructions not to release them.

      What does he do ?

      Really need some input from J’immy on this one. Schools places crisis is usually the canard pre-cursor to teaching industrial action, over crowded classrooms etc.

      Why are Labour and the Labour run Unions so keen to keep education in the UK at a sub standard level ?

      Recall that if UKIP get power, one of their pledges is to get the advocacy groups – read propaganda NGO’s – out of schools pronto so some actual teaching can take place.

      It would be good if Gove could soften the Unions up a bit first, and even better if teachers could remind themselves why they went into the profession.

      If they are not there to teach, they should just fuck off.

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      • 107
        Dr Spock says:

        Why is it that I find there is something very odd about Gove?

        I think he is a wrongup and has skeletons in his cupboard

        Wouldnt be surprised by a scandal there also

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        • 111
          i don't n eed no doctor says:

          Because you are a dumbed down lefty.

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        • 113
          Casual Observer 6 says:

          I think he is right for the job he is in, but he is not a politician.

          The description of him being like an energetic bunny, issued by Cameron, and the subsequent bouncing and failure on the BBC interview where he clearly couldn’t answer the question or fudge his way though spoke volumes.

          He is in place to deal with what he is and is probably considered a safe pair of hands.

          Those hands are safe not because of any skeleton, but more because Gove has an innate inferiority complex and is a willing and loyal ‘yes man’.

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          • JK Rowling says:

            Goodness me, where do you get this stuff? Do you write novels? You have a remarkably vivid imagination.

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          • Fly on the wall says:

            I agree with JK. Michael is one of the few with his own mind – which he actually uses with a large measure of independence. A pity there are not a lot more like him around these days.

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        • 131
          Dr Freud says:

          He’s married to a Murdoch hack

          But probably too junior to be tried in Court like the others

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      • 109
        i don't n eed no doctor says:

        I can’t figure out what the unions have got to do with childrens education. I thought education was funded by the tax payer for the good of the country.
        Some of the best brains in the country teach but do not have a teaching qualification. Would labour ban them from teaching? Hunt wouldn’t answer that one, mind you he didn’t answer one single question.

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        • 116
          Táxpáyér says:

          >education was funded by the tax payer for the good of the country.
          Some of the best brains in the country teach but do not have a teach

          hahah best joke on here for days.

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        • 117
          Casual Observer 6 says:

          State education is not about teaching.

          It is a tax funded child care facility allowing parents time to work, and for the state to indoctrinate the younger generation as it sees fit.

          There are two important issues right there: Control of how people form their ideas and perceptions, and a redistribution of tax income back to the lower and middle classes.

          The teaching staff are essentially state controlled drones who are dependent on the state as employer. The Unions fill the void as they do any other mass public sector space as ever: They are usually politicized and are part of the mechanism used to keep the teachers in line.

          When the real nature of state education systems are understood it all becomes much simpler, and the role of the Unions in ensuring that teachers stick to the state provided script which is used to program the minds of the students a certain way, then the Unions role in ‘educating’ children becomes clear.

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          • FFS says:

            Well it’s clearly not working because they’ve been doing this mind control shit for donkeys years now and only the jungle bunnies vote Labour.

            I’m guessing you never went to a state school.

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          • Táxpáyér says:

            Both parents working drives up land costs, makes the bank more money in interest.
            Catchment areas around schools ramp up the land-costs even more (collecting the subsidy) another bonus for the banks.

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          • Táxpáyér says:

            Bóth párénts wórkíng drívés úp lánd cósts, mákés thé bánk móré mónéy ín íntérést.
            Cátchmént áréás áróúnd schóóls rámp úp thé lánd-cósts évén móré (cólléctíng thé súbsídy) ánóthér bónús fór thé bánks.

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          • Casual Observer 6 says:

            The objective is not to secure a particular political outcome.

            As many on this site point out, LibLabCon is really different sides of the same thing. There is no real choice there, but people are allowed to feel that they can vote for an independent party they feel more comfortable with.

            The objective is to impart enough skills en masse to create a workforce which on aggregate has the skills needed to solve national level problems (eg. Infrastructure) and supply industry with human capital for its needs (factory workers).

            Nowadays there is much more focus on political ideology as the industrial demands on the population are much reduced, in part due to the de-indutrialization that has taken place over the past thirty years.

            It does work, or rather did work, but has been greatly undermined mainly since the internet has come on the scene.

            The previous propaganda / control model requires limited sources of very well controlled information with unquestionable authority.

            The net has undermined and clouded this authority model for many people (how many take I’cke as gospel, yet disparage the BBC – sometimes incorrectly…), and the barriers for access to information have been broken.

            All that remains holding the old system together are economic barriers and social class.

            Economic barriers prevent individuals in large part from realizing their dreams / ambitions, or utilizing new found knowledge by pricing productive means out of their reach.

            Class barriers predispose behaviour between people and generally have a negative effect on the aspirations of those deemed (and who deem themselves) to be of a lower class.

            The biggest failure and greatest harm that the state education inflicts on people is that it does not impart the tools for independent learning, and instills a sense of dependency in people which prevents them from being self sufficient and independently productive.

            The net hasn’t fixed this latter problem just yet, but this shift is occurring and that is the single biggest threat to those who would seek to control a previously subservient population.

            The state education system was (and still is) very effective at maintaining that low grade status quo.

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    • 103
      Squire from the Shires says:

      Surprise surprise

      Don’t forget Tristram is a Mandelscum protegee

      Must have spread his cheeks to get the leg up

      Just like Our Johnny Bercow

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  41. 92
    The British media are cunts says:

    Yeo making an utter cuunt of himself on Channel 4 news. What a fucking prick.

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  42. 97
    Blakey says:

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  43. 98
    Casual Observer 6 says:

    So on reflection, a good day. Excellent work Guido + Team.

    However: Except for the S / Times – where were the rest of the press on this ?

    It is a real pity that David Cameron did not raise to the opportunity of justifying his salary today. In fact he should probably be putting back into the pot after this.

    Oh well – there is always tomorrow Dave – Let’s see what your made of :-)

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  44. 101
    i don't n eed no doctor says:

    Enviroment Agency Chairman, Chris Smith (Lord Smith) – Labour peer, says it all.

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  45. 106

    With apologies to Alice Cooper;
    Original version http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uFVrBzuyhFA

    Once a prime cut of meat, Cameron’s choice,
    Yeo’s been deselected,
    Top golfing dandy with a ‘green’ Rolls Royce,
    He’s just been deselected,
    Party wants a saviour, don’t need a flake,
    He’s just been deselected,
    No-one’s gonna rock to the rules that he makes,
    He’s just been deselected, corrected, deselected.

    Grilling climate sceptics who won’t think like they’re told,
    He’s just been deselected,
    Said it was getting warmer, ignored all the cold,
    Yeo’s been deselected, rejected, deselected,
    Hallelujah, he’s been deselected,
    By the majority of his local association!

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  46. 118
    Anonymous says:

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  47. 120
    HomoYeo says:

    He’s told the BBC that he’s been dumped because he voted for homosexual marriage.

    No mention that he’s a thieving crook using his position to get back handers from eco firms, eco lobbyists and anyone else who will bribe him.

    The BBC will of course believe him. They like anti homosexual marriage stories.

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  48. 126
    Tim Yeo says:

    GET OFF MY LAND

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    • 140
      nell says:

      ++++Laugh++++ yeo doesn’t have land he has directorships and he most especially doesn’t have land in suffolk, which he has only visited once or twice ( most unwillingly) in his lifetime!!

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    • 148
      Shell BP and the frackers says:

      We are going to frack under yoiur house Tim

      There will be earthquakes

      Gas will flow from your taps

      Shake rattle and roll as Gweeds used to say when he was stoned out of his box

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  49. 141
    Hasn't he now? says:

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    • 149
      i don't n eed no doctor says:

      I need a dollar, a dollar’s what I need.

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    • 153
      nell says:

      labour’s chris smith , chairman of the EA, paid a six figure sum by us poor taxpayers for a desultory 3 day a week , has not bothered to visit the somerset levels ! What a surprise!! No doubt he does not wish to disturb his london comfort levels of 5 star restaurants and gentlemans clubs !!!

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      • 161
        Hasn't he now? says:

        They would probably Lynch him for discontinuing dredging because he decided a water vole hole was more important than their lives, homes and livelihoods.

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        • 166
          altruism in industry says:

          to be fair the somerset levels are largely underpopulated for the acreage. there are just the few farms and the odd hippy lifestyle retreat. It would not be a huge loss and might be more fun if the area was turned into Isles of Avalon again.

          PS
          the sub mendips little bumps are supposedly created by gas bubbling up in the early days of earth formation, which pre supposes that there are a lot of hollow spaces under the ground for the water to go. ??

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        • 185
          Fly on the wall says:

          … also heard on the box (but only in part and in passing) that the EA had spent, er, sorry, wasted 30 million quid on a bird sanctuary somewhere or other. Is this true?

          It can therefore only be the result of being ejakatid under Crossman and Williams that makes birds now totally unable to choose for themselves where to build their nests and live quite comfortably as they have been doing for hundreds of thousands of years and need some Liebour berk to show them.

          What is the world coming to?

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  50. 150
    Podiceps says:

    Any word from Witney on moves to deselect Cameron?

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  51. 152
    altruism in industry says:

    .
    .
    I’ve told this story before.
    when returning to UK from Bangladesh in queue at immigration Heathrow I overheard official examining the papers of the tribal looking guy in front of me.
    ” Oh hello, and which hole have you climbed out of then ?”
    I thought cheerfully “well I am home”

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    • 157
      nell says:

      Only if you are talking about our own mp’s and their ilk!

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    • 163
      altruism in industry says:

      this was on the same plane that wife of some guy went to the toilet cabin and could not understand where she should pee and so she squatted and peeded on the floor whereby floods of urine proceeded from the cubicle down the aisle to the embarrassment of hubby and my amusement

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  52. 164
    Anonymous says:

    Cameron has not won an election yet and he won’t either in 2015. It’s a fore gone conclusion.

    If Miliband enters no 10 next year, it will be as a result of Camerons’ liberal policies and his support for a federal united states of europe.

    No doubt the usual brown nose suspects will appear to support him.

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  53. 170
    Blowing Whistles says:

    Yeo is just one example of a far bigger number of BUM fronts.

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  54. 186
    Sir Mary Flappes says:

    I never liked him, but then he is a politician.

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