February 4th, 2014

Tim Yeo: Conniving to the End

Yeo fibbed his way through an interview with Channel 4 News last night, telling viewers with a straight face that he was booted out because of his views on gay marriage. Anyone who has ever been to Suffolk knows that is his most laughable spin yet – you can’t throw a quiche in Aldeburgh without hitting four interior designers. They kicked him out because he was a useless, arrogant toad.

Cameron, Osborne, Gove, May, Poulter, Ruffley, Coffeyyour boy took one hell of a beating.

Via @liarpoliticians.


  1. 1
    Ed Balls - Shallow Chancer says:



  2. 2
    moderate me would you? says:

    Fuck him. Next.


    • 12
      RewQuar says:

      Old News Dude.

      Back on Topic. The BBC believe Yeo Too. He knew they would fall for the Homosexual Wedlock scam because it is a cause that the homosexual centric BBC pursue with a manic conviction.


    • 29
      Fuck the LibLabCon says:


      “Fuck him. Next.”


      The icing on the cake on last night’s C4 news came when Yeo admitted he was a Europhile as well being pro-gay marriage.

      Another quisling c’unt disposed of.


    • 113
      Suffolk Boy says:

      I hope Dan Poulter sees what has happened next door and decides to focus on his constituents needs rather than his own career…


  3. 3
    Gay Dave says:

    He’s “One of Us”. A true LibLabConner.


    • 177
      R Hon DC says:

      Well, for how long has Tiny Tim been the member for that specific constituency, over 30 years was it, hmmmm it seems very much like an outing to me. Unless Tiny Tim has altered in some way, he is no different from when he became an MP in 1983, at the height of Maggies power, according to wikipedia he went to a good private school Charterhouse, then to Cambridge, “he read History and graduated in 1968. At university he “did no work, got a poor degree and adored it”he read History and graduated in 1968.” (maybe that gives an indication of his attitude, has the ability but will frame himself to do well). It still seems strange after just of 31 years it has taken the local committee to out him, I wonder if Boris wants this wants constituency, or has CCHQ some other favoured one in mind.


  4. 4
    Ed Balls - Shallow Chancer says:


  5. 5
    Anne McIntosh & Tim Yeo says:

    We’ll be back!

    Sorry, that should be We’ll be cack!


  6. 6
    nell says:

    According to news this morning 6% of us believe that UK politicians, the beeb and utilities are largely corrupt.

    That seems a rather low estimate yo me – Polling UK should do some serious surveys I think they’d find that percentage is up in the double figures and it’s people like yeo that have turned public opinion against them.


    • 9
      moderate me would you? says:

      6%? That’s so low as to be negligible. 6% of UK people probably believe the earth is flat.

      Until it is 90% who believe UK politicians and the beeb are corrupt then we will see no improvement. Throwing in the utilities is just muddying the waters. Utilities are corrupt? What does that even mean?


    • 15
      99% more like says:

      Utilities are a Red Herring put about by the BBC and Politicians to deflect the Spotlight from themselves.


    • 31
      FFS says:

      According to a survey across the whole of the EU, Britain was the least corrupt with a mere 36% of people believing there was significant corruption in public life.


    • 83
      Graham says:

      Kate Hoey, Frank Field and John Redwood are honest but I can’t think of any others.


      • 179
        R Hon DC says:

        With all these lobbying companies and secret meetings between them and very malleable politicos, probably puts politicians in the high 90%, so those lower down the list bring the overall figure average down giving a false average.


    • 180
      Anonymous says:

      Just a typo.
      They didn’t hit the 6 key long enough.
      Actually 66%


  7. 7
    Bob stands up for ordinary folk! says:

    The male version of Polly Tuscany!


    • 11
      Barf says:

      Hammer this Union.


    • 24
      Witty Moniker says:

      The day he retires will be a sad one … for the Right.

      Best advert for union reform since Scargill.


    • 181
      EUHATER says:

      Why do these union morons think that any business exists purely to provide ‘jobs’ they exist to provide a service to their customers and by doing so make a profit, the ‘jobs’ are only incidental ,and reducing staffing costs is a legitimate way to maximise efficiency.
      The users of london underground are paying the highest fares of any municipal transport system in the world to pay for the years of overmanning and inefficiency.
      The technology will soon be in place to run driverless trains ran from a control centre,the sooner the better.


  8. 10
    Andrew Efiong says:

    When the crosshairs land on a target Guido never misses!


  9. 13
    Witty Moniker says:

    Can we still hang him?


  10. 16
    Sue says:

    Cameron will make him a Lord – then give him the Environment Agency to milk.

    Some turds just will not flush.


  11. 18
    always work for the boys says:

    Obviously Tim Yeo will be the next chair of Ofsted.


  12. 20
    fed up in britain says:

    fat Hunting trougher. the council house tenant.


  13. 21
    Witty Moniker says:

    Come 2016 … Lord Yeo of Greasy-Poled Windmills


  14. 22
    WelshRacer says:

    Tim Yeo on Gay rights


    mostly he was absent.


  15. 27
    LOL! says:


  16. 28
    Casual Observer 6 says:

    i) Notable that Channel 4 closed down Yeo’s waffle about gay marriage and climate change being the reason for his deselection. There is hope for them yet.

    – Channel 4 should pick up on the fact that the Tory Grass roots are stirring now, considering when the next GE is that is quite a big story.

    ii) Yeo on the deselections: ‘Can’t say there’s a trend from two people…’

    – Rich as that is precisely what the climate change loons have essentially been doing, and that he has been trying to profit from.


  17. 30
  18. 32
    John Bull (British Bulldog) says:

    This year is about one thing and one thing only.

    Our great United Kingdom is sleepwalking towards the humiliating fiasco of national disintegration. Everything else is a mere footnote.

    Our foes are licking their lips at the prospect of a Britain fragmented, diminished, confounded and in disarray.

    225 days and counting. Tick. Tock. Tick. Tock.

    Ask yourself – what are YOU doing to preserve our great United Kingdom?


    • 38
      Ed Moribund says:

      Nothing. My loyal Scotties will Give me a comfy 20 extra seats in 2015.
      I will have a 60 ish majority. Then the fun begins.

      I’m going to get all Hollande on your ass!


    • 39
      FFS says:

      The EU is largely responsible for all this. Since we signed up to Maastricht the great and the good have avoided British politics because the UK no longer has any power of its own.

      Consequently Parliament is full of people that have no interest in the UK and just use it as a means to get their hands in the till and get in the public eye.


      • 48
        moderate me would you? says:

        I don’t think it’s fair to blame the EU for the self-serving, corruption and incompetence of UK politicians.

        There are perfectly legitimate reasons to distrust the EU but UK voters insisting on electing utter fucking c*u*n*ts out of tribal loyalty or sheer lack of imagination is not one of them. We really do get the politicians we deserve.


        • 74
          FFS says:

          Oh no. There is a selection process where politically engaged people select representatives from Michael Fabricant to Dennis MacShame. From the fruit-loops to the corrupt foreigners.

          What does that tell you? That nobody decent wants to stand. Only deranged money grubbing narcissists want to get out there in front of the tabloid press.

          There are no big hitters in this generation of politicians. Only lightweights are left.


  19. 33
    cured lefty says:

    We have all met bastards like yo-yo in our time , the barefaced gall of these fuckers to invade
    your space and attempt to con you !


  20. 34
    Genuine tweet!!! says:


    • 42
      hang about.. says:

      Sally Bercow lives in the lap of luxury at public expense because she’s married to the Speaker-an important and ancient title.
      If she’s drunkenly snogging the face off a random bloke,making the Speaker
      a laughing stock and exposing Parliament to ridicule,the public has the right to know.


      • 45
        The Gruniad says:

        No! The public only has a right to know the names of all the UK spies in the Middle East.


        • 52
          oh dear says:

          “Journalism is what the Guardian do”..


          • Fish says:

            “Journalism is what the Guardian do”..

            That comment just goes to show that we share these islands with some seriously weird and deluded people


          • moderate me would you? says:

            In fairness to ‘The Grauniad’ (and I can’t believe I’m defending the EU and The Graun in the same thread) they have today released a copy of Labour’s internal investigation into the unions’ efforts to rig the Falkirk selection process.

            It’s even knocked UKIP’s kidnapper off the top of the BBC politics page. Another nightmare week for Useless Ned. Another kicking at PMQ on the cards.


      • 135
        Ma­q­bo­­ul says:

        David Henry sanctimonious prat. What the fuck is wrong with quick profit?


    • 60
      Casual Observer 6 says:

      The reply tweet is perhaps more misguided.

      The Guardian is anti-Journalism.


  21. 43
    Tim Yeo says:

    The truth is I was deselected because I’m a secret whoopsie!
    Those Tory fairyphobes won’t have me.

    So I’m joining the Liberal Democrats. not only do they let a man be any sexuality he chooses for convenience if he wants to, but they are incredibly easy to push around.


  22. 44
    The Lizzud Returns says:

    I’ll bet your “boy” takes a hell of a beating every night, Guido, you fat onanist.


  23. 46
    Anonymous says:

    The end of local politics for local people.

    Local Audit and Accountability Act

    Now everyone and his dog can interfere. Why could MPs not leave it alone and keep to the localism and observability set out by Thatcher in 1960.

    In local politics small businesses have to plead for permissions to local councillors. Why do all local business people now have to be film stars. Why do they have to suffer ridicule from internet publications just to attend and put forward their views. There are many capable council workers that have severe disabilities that have to attend and speak at these meetings. Are you setting them also up for ridicule?

    Or are you just trying to make sure all decisions are discussed behind closed doors and the meetings are just rubber stamping sessions for the minimal of attendance?

    Bring back localism and stop the stupid “Local Audit and Accountability Act”


  24. 49
    Polly Pot says:

    I have been wrong about everything I’ve ever said.
    That takes some skill. Not just anyone old go 42 years without once being right in a prediction.


  25. 50
    Mitch says:

    His maths is wrong as well. 600 people is 1% of his constituents, not 0.1%.


    • 54
      moderate me would you? says:

      Funny how the when the same 1% (or 0.1%) of his constituents were endorsing him for a safe-seat it was a resounding success for democracy.


      • 75
        Sally Morgan says:

        You’re 110% correct.


      • 77
        Lord Jaw Jaw says:

        650 people out of 60,000,000 odd decided to invade Iraq.
        That was democracy.


        • 86
          Bouncing balls says:

          Wow! So eleventy zillion percent were in favour of war?


        • 94
          moderate me would you? says:

          It was more like 350 out of 650. And half of those were ordered to do so by IDS after Blair had him in for a cosy ‘consensus’ chat.

          ‘You know Ian, we may be political rivals but I can assure you that I have evidence which is simply too sensitive to be shown even to the HoP (or indeed you) but trust me on this, we have solid evidence…’


          • Tony Smooth says:

            Yes .. Hahaha .. Sometimes I forget just how good I was.
            Remember that time I got caught red handed selling peerages from Downing Street? No?

            That’s my skill you see. Everyone has forgotten.

            I reckon if I came back to the UK for a bit and put on the old charm around Victoria Coren and Polly Toynbee I could get them agreeing to another war in a few months time. Offer up some plausible social democracy equality nonesense first. Offer a newspaper subsidy for ” serious journalism” or something.

            Yep.. I think I could pull that off. And maybe I will. Just for kicks.


      • 91
        The office of Gordon and Sarah offshore says:

        O% growth


      • 124
        Ed Balls says:



  26. 55
    Casual Observer 6 says:

    If European Banks have lent 4 times more money to emerging markets than US banks, and the global economy is about to go negative again (see shipping indices etc.) then what is the real economic outlook for Europe looking like ?

    There are going to be some serious debt write offs soon (like M’idland bank back in the 80s – but much bigger) and I suspect that the people who signed off on this in the political sphere are going to be tapping the taxpayer to cover the bad loans.


  27. 58
    Prime Minister David Cameron says:

    Off to shave my balls, I have to interview some sexy researchers and well who knows?


  28. 66
    Graham says:

    Nothing to do with his green interests or his business activities outside the Commons ??


  29. 69
    Lord Jaw Jaw says:

    Jairmany calling! Jairmany calling!

    UKIP are bent on starting a war with the well known peace loving and pacifist people of Jairmany. They are a threat to world stability. I hope Prime Minister Cameron comes to his senses and slaps Nigel Farage with his rolled umbrella.
    To preserve European peace.

    And if he agrees to secede the Sudetenland also, that will help European peace too.

    Jairmany calling! Jairmany calling!


    • 87
      FFS says:

      WWI caused by a bunch of beggar thy neighbour treaties stretching across Europe.

      WWIII will be caused by a bunch of beggar thy neighbour treaties stretching across Europe.

      Even the German citizenry are getting worried that once more they find themselves top-dog calling the shots in a Europe looking at financial ruin. Getting rich from Bavarian industry which has devoured industry everywhere else in the EU.


  30. 71
    Thick as Two Short Planks says:

    Why did she wear a wig? Can someone please explain. Thank you.


  31. 72
    Matt says:

    Aldeburgh isn’t in his constituency. You clearly know the county well, dickhead.


  32. 73
    Sir William Waide says:

    Arise, Lord Yeo of Not Suffolk! Fear not, your market value as a lobbyist shall be preserved!


  33. 80
  34. 83
    Casual Observer 6 says:

    News from the T’elegraph:


    It is the $4 Trillion figure which is interesting.

    Coincidental with the alleged Wanta funds ?

    Let’s see what happens with H’ilary C’linton…


    • 95
      FFS says:

      Everybody needs the US to print more money because they sure as hell don’t want to be printing money themselves.


      • 101
        Casual Observer 6 says:

        US printing has weakened everyone else.

        When they stop – which they will be soon (already have I think…) – then we will see what the real state of affairs is.

        It will be the asset price bubbles collapsing – read house prices – in Ch!na, Eurozone and Common Wealth nations which will cause the biggest damage at the local level.

        Especially for those folk who find themselves in a 30 to 40 year negative equity trap on debt which was costing them > 50% of their take home pay, especially if it was interest only payments.

        That is not an uncommon situation in Ch!na…


        • 111
          FFS says:

          Yes, they have tapered the easing which is already causing the debt-based Ponzi scheme in the BRICS to collapse.

          It will be goodbye China, goodbye Brazil, goodbye Russia. You won’t be a big noise on the big stage anymore, the US will have pulled the rug from under your feet just as they always do. Played.

          Then we will see just how deeply in HSBC were or whether they have been smart enough to get their fingers out of the pie in time – they have been saying the right things for some time so maybe they have dodged the bullet.


        • 138
          FFS says:

          Yes, they have tapered the easing which is already causing the debt-based Ponzi scheme in the BRICS to collapse.

          It will be goodbye China, goodbye Brazil, goodbye Russia. You won’t be a big noise on the big stage anymore, the US will have pulled the rug from under your feet just as they always do. Played.

          Then we will see just how deeply in H S B C were or whether they have been smart enough to get their fingers out of the pie in time – they have been saying the right things for some time so maybe they have dodged the bullet.


  35. 93
    Prime Minister David Cameron says:

    Women should back the Tube Strike and RMT Union by having sex with those on the picket lines.


  36. 106
    Blue Peter Goldfish says:

    Seen Elsewhere
    Germany Say UKIP is a Threat to Peace | Telegraph.
    Ha!Ha! Ha!
    Don’t tell me they are tooling-up for another one (Germany that is).


    • 125
      C.O.Jones says:

      UKIP objected to going into Syria!

      What Germany is saying is that they now want to dominate europe via the EU. Any threat to that could invoke war.


      • 147
        Fly on the wall says:

        I thought most European folk thought they already had?

        The Krauts are beginning to get very fed up with their politicians wasting all their money bailing out feckless others who have been completely stuffed by the EU Commies. There could well be another revolution with the EU and all its works and workers as the main target.


        • 163
          Keep Calm, Vote UKIP says:

          Poverty is on the rise in G’ermany.

          Don’t believe all the stories of economic prosperity in that country.

          Most are lies.


  37. 107
    Keep Calm, Vote UKIP says:

    UKIP is not a threat to peace.

    The major threats to peace at present are as follows:

    i) The ECB and Euro: The actions of this central bank and the dubious nature of the Euro currency are the most likely trigger for real conflict.

    ii) G’ermany: Actions of the B’undesbank (repatriating Gold), D’eutsche bank et al. – basically being corrupt / insolvent institutions funding international terrorism and drug trade / corrupting foreign governments, and finally G’ermany’s imposition of real trade tariffs via the EU.

    iii) The EU : Especially its destabilisation of U’kraine and to a degree Syr!a / T’urkey.

    UKIP is fairly neutral on peace, but is perhaps helping to avert the possibility of major civil unrest in the UK, hence could be considered a net benefit for maintaining peace.

    Vote UKIP.


    • 121
      moderate me would you? says:

      Cameron should get the German ambassador in and give him a bollocking. UK domestic politics is none of Germany’s business.


    • 122
      FFS says:

      I would totally agree but would also add that:

      iv) The sheer size of German industry in a single currency zone makes it inevitable that German companies will devour their weaker European competition and move production to the cheapest location within Europe, or wherever it is politically expedient to do so.

      v) Since there is a tendency for profits to be creamed off and directed to HQ there will be an increasing tendency for profits to end up in Germany because that is where the HQs of the EU’s biggest companies are. We already see this elsewhere in the former “single currency zones” within nations – London richer than the rest of the UK, Milan richer than the rest of Italy, Bavaria richer than the rest of Germany. In a single currency zone all the real wealth will end up in Bavaria. Unlike individual nations, however, the EU has no mechanism for re-distributing the wealth back out to the regions.


  38. 108
    Still on hols down under, but soon to go, boo hoo says:

    Stinking corrupt waste of space.. the EU. Sally, not the pride of the valley. Yeo…what a tosser.


  39. 110
    The BBC, The EU, Order Order, The Germans, The Daily Mail, The Telegraph, The Labour Party et al says:

    Today is anti UKIP day.

    We will run a co-ordinated propaganda blitz, as they are a threat to our cosy ways.


    • 116
      Fuck the LibLabCon says:

      Yes, the story about the P a k i s tani kidnapper has been leading in all MSM outlets with the fact that he was an ex-member of UKIP. Never mind the fact he joined the Tories twice!

      It’s all rather telling. The proles are now becoming very aware of this manipulation/propagandising and only serves to work in UKIP’s favour.

      Edward Bernays himself would have been proud of this Psy Ops campaign.


  40. 114
    Hitler will be turning in his grave. says:

    Must say, I find it difficult to understand why the Germans believe Nigel Farage is about to start WW3.

    He’s only got an old double decker bus and a second hand advertising van.


    • 118
      Casual Observer 6 says:

      Nigel’s wife is G’erman as well.


    • 123
      Fuck the LibLabCon says:

      On the contrary, there was a member of Germany’s Alternative for Deutschland part on R4 yesterday morning and said he rather admired Farage for his eleoquent and intelligent speeches, however he did counter that statement with the fact that the Europen Union and specifically the EZ has been an economic boon for Germany’s manufacturing industry.


      • 150
        Fly on the wall says:

        That clearly wasn’t that abominable Martin Schultz then, that’s for sure. He would lie to see Nigel hanging upside down from the top of a 300ft windmill.


      • 154
        Keep Calm, Vote UKIP says:

        AfD are opposed to the Euro not the EU.

        They have correctly identified the Euro as being an existential threat to the G’erman economy.

        Eurozone is good for G’erman exports as they are the main producer. However, they do protect their markets quite closely. This has been through ECB monetary policy of late: Most of the cash made available at low interest rates to other countries in Europe has been spent one way or another on G’erman manufactured goods…


      • 174
        Ma­q­bo­­ul says:

        It would be an economic boon for the UK’s manufacturing industry too if we could control the currency exchange rates of our competitors’ countries to suit ourselves.


    • 128
      Blue Peter Goldfish says:

      Must have been Niges kamikaze plane crash that’s put the devine wind up them.


  41. 119
    The end of Conservative Dreaming of a win in 2015(2014 has already been conceded to UKIP) says:

    This is a warning for Cameron.

    Simon Heffer discovers that is large parts of the country the Tory Associations and Activists are simply NOT there and that in key marginalsUKIP has better organisation than the Tories. Many cite as the main reason for their resignations and abandinment of the Tory party as down to “Gay Marriage”. Cameron has paid and will pay a heavy price for his support of this legislation and is unlikely to win the necessary number of seats(even long standing ones with large majorities like Yeo’s)



  42. 131
    Boris Johnson says:

    Whilst they’re striking can we just replace them with driverless trains and better ticket machines? Then change the locks..


  43. 136
    Prime Minister David Cameron says:

    Cuadrilla, one of the energy firms hoping to exploit the UK’s shale gas resources, announces two exploration sites in Lancashire.

    Hear ! Hear !

    Keep on fracking !


    • 139
      Mad Frankie Maude says:

      What is fracking?

      Fracking is the process of drilling down into the earth before a high-pressure water mixture is directed at the rock to release the gas inside. Water, sand and chemicals are injected into the rock at high pressure which allows the gas to flow out to the head of the well.

      The process is carried out vertically or, more commonly, by drilling horizontally to the rock layer. The process can create new pathways to release gas or can be used to extend existing channels.


    • 140
      Swampy says:

      Frack off.


    • 146
      Bottled Water sales Watch says:


      Cuadrilla, one of the energy firms hoping to exploit the UK and it’s shale gas resources, announces two exploration sites in Lancashire to test if ‘Fracking’ will poison the water supply.

      There fixed it for you.


    • 170
      Ma­q­bo­­ul says:

      Poisinous gas is already down there. They are removing it before it contaminates the water supply.


    • 178
      sally says:

      drill me baby, drill


    • 184
      Sir William Wayde says:

      Hmm….should we make the country poorer or richer?


  44. 148
    Moley says:

    Does anybody know the result of Yeo’s ballot?

    It clearly wasn’t anywhere near close, or we would have heard about it from the Yeo fan club which appears to run the Tory party.


  45. 153
    Sally says:

    The SUN have changed their online photo of me, to a more romantic one



  46. 157
    UKIP does what it says on the tin says:

    Yeo claimed the vote was a “knife edge”, that probably means it was a huge majority for ditching the conniving crookster.

    I wonder when the vote count will be released? its a wonder he didnt use his fake phonecall from the PM trick during the C4 interview, I am sorry I am too busy to talk to God/Mandela/Churchill/Allah right now.


    • 166
      moderate me would you? says:

      ‘Knife edge’?

      Yet if he’d won his local party vote or even the general election vote by a single vote he’d be proclaiming it a victory for democracy and please find enclosed my expenses.


  47. 158
    2 hours Every 4 weeks is regular? says:

    Tim holds regular surgeries

    Forthcoming surgeries:

    Conservative Club, 39 New Street, Sudbury CO10 1JB: Friday 7th Febuary (sic) (5.30pm – 7.30pm).

    Pinewood Community Centre, Laburnum Close, Pinewood, Ipswich IP8 3SL: Friday 7th March (5.30pm – 7.30pm).



  48. 159
    Ed Balls says:

    It begins. RBS this morning warns of “market bloodbath” unless Fed halts taper. We will hear more of this, but Fed looks pretty determined.


  49. 162
    Dem Deutschen volke says:

    The UK is none of our business.


  50. 172
    Ed (Too Fat must Fast for Flat Waistline) Balls says:

    Guido’s Seen Elsewhere Guardian Falkirk Report Leaked Link reports a 404 error on the Guardian site. Been removed?


  51. 175
    Keep Calm, Vote UKIP says:

    The idea behind the Treaty of Rome, the EEC and the EU was for that situation not to happen.

    World War II was in large part caused by too much concentration of economic power in G’ermany.

    The widening economic differential between G’ermany and F’rance – the two countries on which peace in Europe really hinges, is the single biggest factor that will contribute to breakdown of peace.

    In particular – if the split on steel production that was set up after World War II becomes de-facto broken as a result of F’rench industrial output declining relative to a continuing strong G’erman output, then there are no barriers to stop G’ermany re-arming – except for energy supply.

    The EU dr!ve to get T’urkey and U’kraine to join is connected with that.

    U’kraine will weaken Russ!a’s direct control on hydrocarbon supply to G’ermany.

    T’urkey re-opens !ran and the middle east hydrocarbon supply period.

    Syr!a / L’ebanon / C’yprus are back in the frame thanks to the newly discovered reserves in the East Med.

    Be under no illusion that G’erman foreign policy has changed much since the NSDAP days: It has not.


  52. 183
  53. 185
    Long John Silver's parrot says:

    Should he not be in prison by now?


  54. 188
    Nasal Ed says:

    The only paper to defend this ex-Tory in a puff piece was the Guardian

    Says it all really


  55. 191
    Everyone in S.Suffolk says:

    #373 men on a deselected mp’s chest
    Yeo Yeo Yeo you are a bum
    A scumbag to the end
    And now Cameron’s pest
    Yeo Yeo Yeo you’re so hohum!#


  56. 194
    broderick crawford says:

    Sorry Guido but on this one I require to piss against the wind .

    Firstly BASED ON THIS INTERVIEW ALONE I feel Yeo gave a presentable effective performance of some breeding and certainly of politeness, regardless of the merits of his argument .

    Certainly NOT the case for his interlocutor . Who is this latest Channel Four harpie who has obviously been raised in the Snow/Murthy school of heckling and interrupting ad infinitum and ad nauseam ? Is she aiming for the Humphries sinecure on his retirement if so the bint on Newsnight has probably beaten her to it .

    At least Yeao did not rise to her bait and maintained studio decorum at all times … for once .


  57. 196
    Yeo Yawn o says:

    Big Slimey Leech!


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