February 5th, 2014

Another Political Appointee Stuffed in by the Tories

Another day and another government job stuffed with a political appointee. Yes,  those evil Tories are at it again, installing former Labour spinner Tom Kelly as the new non-executive director at the Department of Energy and Climate Change. A position Kelly can add to his public body-filled CV alongside Financial Services Authority comms chief and head of PR at Network Rail. Not to mention his career highlight of describing weapons inspector Dr David Kelly as a “Walter Mitty” character during his tenure at Number 10. The struggle takes many forms!


83 Comments

  1. 1
    Ah! wonder says:

    Who lives in a face like that?
    Over to you David

  2. 2
    Lord Stansted says:

    He looks a Hunt.

  3. 3
    Non tv licence taxpayer says:

    It is not the political appointee who is stuffed – it’s US the great British public.

    • 74
      BBC computer says:

      System Failure.

      Memory loss and corrupt disc. Turn off after collecting huge pay-off.

  4. 4
    Tin foil top hat says:

    I hate the conservatives. Not as much as Labour, but still…

    VOTE UKIP.

    • 7
      Vote UKIP to stop immigration...with a convicted foreign criminal who asked for political asylum says:

    • 38
      Lord Stansted says:

      UKIP could well be a bunch of idiots and corrupt too. I don’t care, I’m voting for them. They can’t be any worse than the lot we have now. Voting UKIP is the only way left to register disgust for the corrupt, PR-wanking, thieving, hypocritical bastards than constitute the political class of this country.

      • 49
        Fuck the LibLabCon says:

        +650

      • 51
        EUHATER says:

        How did this Foreign criminal get into the country in the first place ,we should ask MILIBAND ,CAMERON AND CLEGG!

        • 62
          The Public Good says:

          And why hasn’t he been deported?

        • 65
          Anonymous says:

          Why didn’t the Tories find out about his past instead of leaving it to UKIP, he had served his time in the UK

          • Winston says:

            The Tories knew about his past and then leaked it to the BBC to slander UKIP. Both the BBC and the Tories failed to tell us that he then re-joined the Conservative Party.

  5. 5
    On Channel 5 last night says:

    I like older women, yes, but coffin dodgers, no.
    :-(

    • 55
      Martial says:

      Because Naevia breathes painfully,
      and has a severe cough,
      and often sputters out saliva on your breast,
      do you imagine,
      Bithynicus, that your fortune is already made?
      You are mistaken;
      Naevia is flirting,
      not dying.

  6. 6
    Anonymous says:

    Compensation prize?

  7. 8
    Ah! See says:

    The Church could do with a few spinners.

    A U.N. human rights committee has denounced the Vatican for adopting policies that allowed priests to r4pe and molest tens of thousands of children, and urged it to open its files on the p3dophiles and the churchmen who concealed their crimes.

    In a devastating report Wednesday, the U.N. committee also severely criticized the Holy See for its attitudes toward homosexuality, contraception and ab0rtion and urged it to review its policies to ensure children’s rights and their access to health care.

    The committee issued its recommendations after subjecting the Holy See to a daylong interrogation last month on its implementation of the U.N. Convention on the Rights of the Child, the main international treaty ensuring children’s rights.

    • 13
      Bert Birt says:

      Can’t wait for the UN to denounce the Religion of Piss on it’s stances re hanging homos, stoning adulterous women, female genital mutilation and other everyday matters of Huntry folk.

      • 22
        Owen Jones says:

        But those aspects of Islam are part of its rich cultural heritage which we should all embrace and celebrate.

        • 25
          Mullah Lite says:

          Thank you for your kind words little bumboy.
          In gratitude we shall ensure you are stoned to death last.

          • EUHATER says:

            All religion is the same, a mixture a sinister pederasts or stark raving barking mad lunatics who believe in medieval fairy stories!

    • 76
      The BBC says:

      Hope the UN don’t come looking over here.

  8. 9
    Comments on says:

    Boy, six, who was suspended from school after taking a packet of Mini Cheddars in his lunchbox is now EXPELLED for his sausage roll and scotch egg habit ;)

    Open forum on this one

    • 14
      Joyce Thacker says:

      Are the parents UKIP?

    • 18
      Hugh Manatee says:

      Good. The more kids that get expelled for not following basic school rules, the less dopey parents go sniveling to the Daily Mail.

    • 23
      Posh says:

      Seems like he’s trying to get a Beckham lunchbox to me.

    • 34
      Casual Observer 6 says:

      They’ve done the kid a favor.

      The child will learn more away from the useless school, but has just had a very good lesson in why voting UKIP is a good idea.

    • 42
      EUHATER says:

      Just who do these statist arseholes think they are, it is no business of anybody but the boys mother what goes into his lunchbox.
      Some blame must be accepted by the parents for not making this clear in the first place and they should have expressly forbidden these interfering twats from looking into their children’s lunches ,the confiscation of any legal item is theft.

    • 77
      Alex's Almond says:

      Those Scotch eggs are racist, no wonder the little terrorist was expelled.
      Vote UKIP & often.

  9. 10
    The Eagle Sistas says:

    It’s not the politics that we’re bothered about…THAT MAN HAS GOT A PENIS.

    • 57
      SavileRow says:

      ROFLMAO!

      so have all this years F1 cars. I expect Germaine Greer at the race track any day now.

  10. 11
    Taxpayer says:

    What a waste of public money.

  11. 12
    Privatise the BBC says:

    There are many Pakistani nationals with ‘interesting’ pasts in the UK at the moment. Funny how the BBC are only interested in those that support UKIP.

  12. 15
    cupertino says:

    But he is not a woman!

  13. 16
    The Other Eagle Sista says:

    Yeah. Do your death pointy thing at him Ang.

  14. 21
    Anonymous says:

    Wonder if any taxpayers money or charities are funding this common purpose marxist filth?

    The BBC were pushing this lot earlier,no surprise.

    http://bitetheballot.co.uk/nvrd/

  15. 24
    Big Bill Clinton says:

    When a new President goes into the White House all the political appointments of the previous administration leave.

    No one stays behind. No new administration wants insurgency fighters to snipe from open microphones or plant ‘whining’ letter bombs in newspapers.

    The old mob are out and the new mob are in.
    Dave should have rounded the labour traitors up day 1 and shipped them to Millionairbands offices and told them to find work there.

    • 30
      Dave us a clueless little twunt says:

      +1

    • 32
      was it something I said? says:

      Haven’t you heard? Our civil service is politically impartial and the envy of the world. The BBC said so.

      • 37
        Big Bill Clinton says:

        Not the pen pushers! Those useless administrators stay. Those assholes have to.

        I’m talking about the head of some useless charity or think tank that the former commander in chief gave a job to in return for their vote or a contribution or a ride on their wife.

        Those guys get the bum’s rush.
        Clear the filth out. If no other reason than to sell a whole load of favours to a load of new rattlesnakes.

        Its basic politics. You think Milimong is going to leave anyone except Chris Patten in place in 2015? He’s got union and party people who promised big and need jobs and status on Uncle Sam’s payroll.

        • 80
          NE Frontiersman says:

          Secretary: Mr President, an applicant has written saying that, now the Post-Master General has sadly died in office, could he possibly take his place?

          Abe Lincoln: If it’s fine with the undertaker, it’s fine with me.

    • 52
      Casual Observer 6 says:

      But David Cameron didn’t do that as he is a totally useless c’unt.

      As evidenced today at PMQ’s for the most part.

      He still has about 2 hours left in the public sector extended work day to justify his salary. Going off to ask the army to do the Environment Agencies job is not going to cut it.

  16. 26
    Post hoc says:

    …..sounds a perfect fit for a dysfunctional department.

    BRING BACK PIETERSEN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  17. 31
    Sally Barecow says:

    I’m quite sore this morning.

  18. 33
    Tommy Atkins says:

    99 years ago my country asked me to fight for Britain.
    So I did. And so did everyone else. And it was a horrific sacrifice.

    But today I can’t find that country anywhere.
    What happened to it?

  19. 34
    Sally Berns-Cowal says:

    I would like to see more Diversity stuffed in me.

  20. 39
    dai fecating says:

    where PR = Per Rectum

  21. 48
    Hohoho says:

    Hugh won’t be happy.

  22. 56
    (I've been renamed) DA-Notice says:

    When I first read this I saw Financial Services Authority commis chef.

  23. 61

    Who appoints these people? Name the idiot.

  24. 73
    Wendi says:

    Whatever why I’m so so missing Tony. Because he is so so charming and his clothes are so good. He has such good body and he has really really good legs Butt… And he is slim tall and good skin. Pierce blue eyes which I love. Love his eyes. Also I love his power on the stage… and what else and what else and what else…

    I do so hope that this doesn’t tear the Blair household apart. One only wants the best for Tony …. like fook.

  25. 81
    Mong says:

    Scum


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Rod Liddle on the loony UN sexism special rapporteur:

“There is more sexism in Britain than in any other country in the world, according to a mad woman who has been sent here by the United Nations.

Rashida Manjoo is a part-time professor of law at Cape Town University in the totally non-sexist country of South Africa (otherwise known as Rape Capital Of The World).

Mrs Magoo has been wandering around with her notebook and is appalled by the sexist “boys’ club” culture here, apparently.

I don’t doubt we still have sexism in the UK. But is it worse than in, say, Saudi Arabia, d’you think, honey-lamb? Or about 175 other countries? Get a grip, you doolally old bat.”



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What’s he been doing FFS, mining bitcoins?


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