February 10th, 2014

Rennard Serves LibDems
Tim Farron Liable for Costs if Case Goes to Court

Don’t panic Tim, when Rennard sent us a “Letter Before Action” we told the pervy sex pest to sue. Never heard from him again.


52 Comments

  1. 1
    Nick Clegg says:

    Will a sorry do instead?

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  2. 2
    Casual Observer 6 says:

    Double popcorn time. What are the odds that R’ennard is bluffing ?

    Vote UKIP.

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    • 4
      C.O.Jones says:

      Someone going to court to be reinstated in the LIbDems. Defies belief! You could not pay me to join them.

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    • 5
      Mitch says:

      Very little chance of a bluff – the internal enquiry discovered nothing “legally” enforceable. And he has top level QC’s advising him.

      Farron better get his cheque book out. You’d have to have a heart of stone not to laugh.

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      • 20
        Casual Observer 6 says:

        Fully agreed – but the point is, what good is it going to do either R’ennard or the Lib Dems ?

        If this goes to court the party will likely have to cover Farron’s costs and there will be lots of negative publicity.

        If it doesn’t then R’ennard has already created plenty of negative publicity.

        If R’ennard’s suspension is lifted in this way, other then his own narrow interests, this actually serves nothing that is of interest to the public or to that party.

        It would be better for him to wait until the apparent scandal had blown over and suspension raised.

        Unless of course he is hoping to out a somewhat nastier problem that exists within the party. There is something a bit whiffy of Labour or EU smear tactics about the allegations and the way they were brought out mainly on C4. If the women who made the allegations are unwilling to file formal complaint though, that makes this even more whiffy.

        The word ‘malevolent’, used to describe Nick Clegg in the Lords EU referendum debate the other week still resonates a little.

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        • 22
          Nick Clegg says:

          Hou je mond en dont talk about me weer als dat

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          seriously? says:

          I must admit I don’t understand why Lord r*ennard would go to such trouble. I can understand he’d feel hard-done by being sus*p*nded when an internal investigation found nothing ‘legally’ enforceable but if his loyalty is to the party then drawing down all this negative publicity is a funny way of showing it.

          The usual (and now I see why) route is to give it ‘I totally refute these allegations and withdraw from public life to clear my good name and to avoid tarnishing the party which I have worked for all my life… blah blah‘.

          It seems like he’s totally lost the plot. ‘I’ll bring you all down with me bwahahahaha…’

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      • 21
        I dislike socialists intensely says:

        Like ferrets in a sack ,typical treacherous backstabbing Libdems.

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  3. 3
    Anonymous says:

    can,t wait,,,

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  4. 6
    Anonymous says:

    Nothing like a bit of intra party squabling to liven up the day;or perhaps an even longer period.

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  5. 9
    Madasafish says:

    Thieves falling out…

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  6. 11
    Carter the Farter says:

    Parp!

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  7. 12
    Just because she's gobby doesn't mean she's tough says:

    TV Celeb Davina McCall discovers talk is cheap as she pulls out of 500 mile charity trek after 1.5 miles:

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-26117940

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  8. 13
    Washed away by Ecoloons says:

    That’ll teach the South West to vote LibDem

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  9. 14
    Steve Miliband says:

    Most people would sue if they were a member of the Lib Dems

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  10. 15
    Schumachers Brain says:

    What day is it?

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    • 24
      David Miliband says:

      It’s banana day.

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      • 33
        Nick Clegg - A Dutch Prophylactic Device says:

        David Miliband’s suggestion for how to plug the gap in flood defences:

        Alternatively, Chris Smith could use Nick Clegg as a Johnsonian Prophylactic Device, and stick it in the dyke.

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  11. 17
    EA spokesperson says:

    We recommend avoiding moisturiser today and the liberal application of talcum powder to reduce embarrassing dampness.

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  12. 19
    So the LibDems expel Hancock but will not stand against Hancock...The condone Abuse of Women says:

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  13. 23
    Casual Observer 6 says:

    A corollary from the current flooding fiasco:

    The argument that voting in UKIP would be bad because they have no experience at running a country, or a government.

    Could UKIP really do any worst that the established LibLabCon and its gaggle of Quango’s ?

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    • 31
      The Court of Public Opinion says:

      No.

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    • 36
      Jeremiah says:

      Do you mean to tell me chaps who went to top public schools and Oxbridge with PPE’s are incapable running the country. What if common sense was thrown in to the mix, do you think that might be better?

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      • 42
        Fed up Joe Public & all voting UKIP ORG says:

        This the direct effect of all this political inbreeding the gene pool gets smaller
        & smaller plus all sorts of genetic defects appear as can be seen in the ConsLieLaborLebDims Satanic Alliance which are full of deviants & of course
        perverts who main attribes are mendacity & manipulation for there own
        nefarious ends……

        Its time for real change not just a change round in who has the most
        deck chairs

        Vote UKIP

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      • 43
        Wake up & vote UKIP says:

        Better common sense than all that common purpose shit we’ve had to swallow for so long. Fcuk em all off, vote UKIP as often as possible.

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    • 38
      seriously? says:

      No. Doing nothing would be a better result than doing the wrong thing 24/7 for the past 15 years.

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  14. 25
    Vince Cable says:

    I don’t remember anyone.

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  15. 26
    Jeremiah says:

    “Don’t panic Tim, when Rennard sent us a “Letter Before Action” we told the pervy sex pest to sue. Never heard from him again.” There have it from that supa dupa law firm of Fawkes & Co. you have nothing to worry about, I bet that has rested your mind Tim.

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    • 40
      seriously? says:

      Indeed. I don’t think a ‘Letter Before Action’ has a time limit on it. If it does then it’s several years.

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      • 51
        Just saying says says:

        It’s six years.
        Can you imagine how many more victims will come forward over a six year period?

        Fatty Rennards none to bright me thinks!

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  16. 29
    Common Porpoise says:

    Exclusive pic of the entire Lib Dem Parliamentary Party after the next election.
    Vince Cable, Tim Farron and Lynn Featherstone. Danny Alexander loses seat after Scottish Independence.

    Pigs in Space Playset

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  17. 30
    Graham says:

    Should be an interesyin case , but Clegg will will chicken out of it as he is a poltical eunuch.

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  18. 41
    SNAFU says:

    I think we should be told, was Rennard and Pickles separated at birth?

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  19. 45
    Peter from Preston says:

    Farron gets loads of money from the Ministry of Sound nightclub so he can easily afford the bills.

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  20. 48
    Percy Thrower says:

    This story started when someone thought they heard Lord Fondle shouting “I’m going to fucking sue you to your last penny” at a Lib Dem staffer. In fact, he was shouting “I’m going to fuck Sue, you too and that lass Penny”.

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  21. 50
    Geoffrey Brooking says:

    As Hancock continues to play the sympathy card from his hospital bed Ukip have today unveiled their female candidate for Fratton Ward in May.

    Time is running out for our Handy me thinks.

    Vote Ukip and Get Ukip or Vote Tory and Get Hot Air!

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