February 10th, 2014

The MP Who “Tried it on” with Myleene Klass

20140210-092009.jpg Readers will remember single Myleene Klass causing hearts to flutter when she tweeted a picture of an MP’s business card with her finger covering the name, claiming she’d been chatted up on a plane. In yesterday’s Sun Guido named the gent in question – Tory backbencher Mark Pritchard. Mark met Myleene at customs after they had both been to Sierra Leone, where Pritchard’s The Music Charity distributes second-hand instruments to orphanages and schools. “I think she was chatting ME up,” chimed Pritchard when Guido asked. “I think we could make great music together.”


144 Comments

  1. 1
  2. 2
    An old person says:

    What! A Tory MP chatting up a girl!!! Can’t be right surely.

  3. 3
    Don't be dumb says:

    Seriously, the people of Somerset are letting Nick Clegg swan in to pretend he cares without ripping him a new one?
    This despicable EU fanatic is one of those responsible for the mess.

  4. 4
    Daniel says:

    I have no idea who this non-entities are.

    Pritchard sounds like a complete hoon – what about British children who need musical instruments you utter cock?

  5. 5
    Good effort, lad says:

    Fair play to him for giving it a go…

  6. 7
    Groper says:

    Keep it up Mark, she is a fine specimen of feminine pulchritude: http://www.rtvchannel.tv/wp-content/uploads/2009/02/myleene-klass.jpg

  7. 8
    Rickytshirt says:

    Never mind Mark. Plenty more fish in the sea, and all that bollocks.

  8. 9
    called to account and he doesn't like it says:

    So, did Smith even spend all of that £400000 on dredging?
    If he didnt, he should be sacked.

    • 19
      Ban PC eco-loonies from any and all positions of responsibility. says:

      There’s a delicious irony that the eco-loonies in the Environment Agency decided not to dredge “because dredging harms all the little fluffy animals on the river banks”, and the little fluffy animals on the river banks have now drowned in a sea of toxic floodwater.

      • 41
        Mr Potato Head2 says:

        There is no way only £400k is spent on dredging. They must spend that on the Thames alone – and it didn’t stop that from flooding.

        • 54
          The Teddington weirdo says:

          There are two Thames. The tidal bit which has seen massive £billion dredging in the last decade for new works/construction/docks. And the none tidal which has had no dredging. Teddington Lock is the demarcation.

          • FFS! says:

            None is actually spelt non.

          • The Teddington weirdo says:

            None is a noun, non is a qualifier.

            So it can be both non tidal or none tidal depending on how I meant it to be read. So stick that in your pedant pipe and smoke it.

        • 71
          Sick of the greed and lies(still) says:

          I was screaming at the radio this morning when the Today programme played a clip of Eric Pickles giving an unreserved apology to the people of Somerset on the Andrew Marr show and Justin Webb said “Well, that was an apology of sorts, I guess”! WTF did he want?

      • 128

        …and raw sewage from the flooded-out septic tanks.

    • 27
      Juvenile Deliquescent says:

      He should be dunked.

    • 70
      Anonymous says:

      Chris Smith’s response to the flooding makes him a bit of a Cnut

      • 121
        Rightwinggit says:

        He was following an EU directive.

        We can’t dredge unless the EU says so, as Dave the Eurococksucker is about to find out.

        Vote UKIP.

        • 137
          Frack Off Cameroon says:

          Vote UKIP, really?
          Thems the ones that believe the floods are divine retribution for Cameroon’s championing of gay marriage

  9. 12
    • 23
      Tesco's high prices, fake offers, poor service and dodgy horseburgers are NOT progress. says:

      There are many other valid reasons never to shop with Tesco.

  10. 14
    Bluto says:

    She’s a lefty and Labour party supporter isn’t she?

  11. 15
    Sinnick says:

    Somerset’s under water, Devon & Cornwall are cut off by rail but that’s OK. A threat to Westminster, and Paterson might actually dig his wellies out! – Panic! The wine cellars are at risk! Save the Montrachet!

  12. 17
    ukip.i.am.not says:

    Our dear PM has shown not only to the nation but the whole world that he just hasn’t got what it takes. A background in PR just doesn’t cut it when a disaster of this scale unfolds. His Katrina moment and all he can do is call COBRA meetings and blame the likes of Labour and Chris Smith.

    • 33
      Mr Potato Head2 says:

      Maybe they should give Chris Smith another job, something like vetting education exam companies. It is not as if he is overworked with is eleven other jobs, is it?

    • 90
      Dave says:

      outrageously unfair! I’ve worked 24/7 to expose the persecution of fellow arse bandits in Russia

    • 118
      Village Idiot says:

      ….A very large part of the blame,can be put at labours door,admittedly brussells has a part to play and it will,eventually become clear where to apportion blame!…Investigative journalism to get a proper,unbiased view of what has happened or not is required,also,the tories seem to have been hoodwinked by experts,so ,what a fine mess,too many chiefs ,on too much money has blinded them to the reality that is ,predictably unfolding!…..Complete common sense failure,and laziness on behalf of ridiculously overpaid,incompetent people,who are supposed to work for the benefit of the people!

  13. 20
    just trying to help says:

    This MP should be subjected to an anti molestation order if ,what is claimed, is true.

    I am sure that the Prime Minister agrees.

    • 32
      The Labour Party says:

      In accordance with the instruction manual “1984″, we believe that everyone should be chemically neutered. This will end all cases of molestation and ensure that uncontrollable primal urges can no longer distract the populace from their love of One Nation Socialism.

  14. 22
    Passing Ships says:

    Just about bearable for a quick poke by a decent tory chap, as certainly nothing at all classy about Mylene.

  15. 24
    Bi polarbear says:

    This seems to have parallels with the situation in New Orleans after hurricane Katrina. An “unimportant” city far away from DC was ignored but, when hurricane Sandy struck nearer home, everything was done. Here we have the government ignoring Somerset but acting when the floods threaten the home counties

    • 82
      T May says:

      Yankee go home

    • 94
      Dave says:

      literally millions of vibrant darkies, homos and nonces are at risk in the cultural melting pot known as the south east of England, unlike the hideously white, virtually homo-less south west.

  16. 25
    Captain Pedalo says:

    it is totally inappropriate for men in public office to proposition younger nubile women who happen to be minor celebrities in their own right.

    Such men should be like me and have a “comportment exemplaire” at all times.

    • 28
      throwing the first stone says:

      I trust Pritchard did not start offering her money for a bit of her time from the State payroll like the Socialists do.

  17. 29
    Professor Green says:

    The best place to have floods is London. This is where people like Patterson and his fellow climate change deniers tend to have their multi-million pound houses. When those start to be threatened then maybe we will get some acknowledgement from him and his ilk that global warming does exist, is a problem and needs to be taken seriously

    • 39
      Long John Silver' parrot says:

      Isn’t Eton close to this flood zone?

    • 45
      Particle Splitter says:

      The Floods are yesterday’s news.

      Despite what the Telly news said, The Wind and rain over the weekend was not in the least bit exceptional and water levels are now falling.

      The only exception is the Thames valley which will receive last week’s rain this week, which most people could not give a shit about as most of the houses belong to rich Hunts anyway.

    • 50
      Maximus says:

      Nothing so tendentious as an academic rent-seeking in flagrente.

    • 91
      Anonymous says:

      Just exactly how did these flat areas become flat farming areas?

      Because historically they flooded.

      Why are all the old villages built on the slightly raised land?

      Because the fields flooded.

      What is wrong is that the environment agency assumed they have “corrected” nature and provided flood defences. Yet the defences were only designed for a certain maximum level of rain.

      Without the flood defences it would flood more often, but would be a smaller area. It would also clear quicker. The animals would be taken to the land around the villages.

      Yet now all that raised land is developed and the new houses are obviously being built in the flood planes.

      The fault is the advice of the environment agency that thinks they can control flooding with a few dams and a small canal.

      It is nothing to do with weather. It is purely arrogance and those that believe they can predict limits to weather. This country has run out of sustainable development land. Any new development requires unrealistic costs to avoid the stupidity that we are seeing today. In some areas we are putting in housing estates on drain systems built in Victorian times. Does anyone really think the Victorian engineers built the channels and culverts massively oversized?

      • 102
        Mare West says:

        Durrrgh.

        In the case of the Sommerset levels it’s just a simple case of the drainage system being allowed to silt up over the last 15 years. This is because of complicated politics involving the EU, Environmentalists and a Quango out of control.

      • 106
        seriously? says:

        ‘ Does anyone really think the Victorian engineers built the channels and culverts massively oversized?’

        The Victorians built everything over-sized.

        Have you ever heard of Isambard Kingdom Brunel? A man not famed for doing things by half.

  18. 34
    David Cameron BELLOWING TO THE CHIEF WHIP says:

    You need to investigate this quickly before the media find out. I want to know why one of my backbenchers is straight and I wasnt aware?

    Do I fucking look like Clegg? I need to know these things.

  19. 35
    Long John Silver' parrot says:

    The Prime Minister has had over 24 hours to call this man in and make him walk the plank.

    Weak indecisive morally weak Leadership at its very best.

    • 53
      The Labour Party says:

      Quite so.

      Although, to be honest, if you want examples of weak indecisive morally weak Leadership at its very best, look no further than
      1. Ed Miliband’s failure to sack Ed Balls
      2. Ed Miliband’s decision to hire the p0rnographer, serial liar and murderer Alastair Campbell as an advisor
      3. Ed’s decision to appoint Andy Burnham as Shadow Secretary of State for Health, after Burnham was found to have covered-up thousands of deaths in the NHS.

      • 68
        Squire Trelawney says:

        Perhaps they should be walking the plank this afternoon.

        • 120
          EA says:

          Unfortunately the plank is under water. “Swimming the plank” doesn’t carry quite the same sense of menace, does it?

      • 115
        Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Eco-loons says:

        Keep your friends close and your leadership rivals even closer by putting them in positions where they will be shown to be completely useless.

        Miliband maybe a geek but he aint stupid.

        Balls’ and Burnham’s reputation are in tatters and Abbott was sacked.

  20. 36
    altruism in industry says:

    I do think that there is a conspiracy between these Charities to grab all the decent second hand stuff that is donated and send it off to Africa whereas there are loads of poor English kids who would appreciate a musical instrument etc.

    • 42
      Long John Silver' parrot says:

      I always thought when it came to organized Charities then the first rule was “first grabs to us”.

    • 109
      seriously? says:

      I think it also provides a perfect excuse for gentlemen to travel to Sierra Leone where they may sample the locally available delights and bask in the … gratitude .. of a poverty-stricken population.

      • 114
        altruism in industry says:

        It is so clear that these fuckers are only interested in “Charity Work” to finance their lifestyle

  21. 40
    Vasta Print says:

    He hands out vast amounts of those, he’s always desperate for either a shag or a top up of his bottomless back pocket.

    Last print run was over a million.

  22. 43
    Mark Pritchard's bumper book of chatup lines says:

    “Hey, Myleene, wanna see my trumpet?”

    “Hey, Myleene, do you like sax?”

    “Hey, Myleene, do you want the horn?”

    “Hey, Myleene, wanna play my big pink oboe?”

    • 67
      Corruption In Every Fibre Of Their Being - The Westminster Club says:

      You forgot:

      Hey Myleene, have you seen the size of my (bent) wad!

  23. 44
    Gelion says:

    Latest average polls from ukpolling report

    Lab 39
    Cons 32
    Fibs 9

    Labour majority 86

  24. 46
    Mike Hancock CBE MP says:

    Can’t be me, never been to Sierra Leone. They don’t pay well enough.

    • 111
      seriously? says:

      But in Sierra Leone the young ladies are cheaper to disrobe than the cost of a cuddly toy. A hand-full of biros and you’ll be set for the week. Allegedly.

  25. 48
    Anonymous says:

    She certainly marked your card Mark Pritchard

  26. 49
    Ric Holden CCHQ says:

    Smith, Cameron, Farage and now Clegg – when will Somerset’s suffering end?

  27. 58
    Corruption In Evry Fibre Of Their Being - The Westminster Club says:

    Charity! Bit of a joke, would a chap like this seriously be interested in anyone except himself:

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/politics/conservative/10429208/Mark-Pritchard-MP-my-annual-fee-would-be-3000-a-month.html

  28. 60
    Ah! he's free says:

    Mark Pritchard announced that he was divorcing his wife of 15 years, Sondra, following their separation in April 2013.

    Ugh! he’s old enough to be her husband.

  29. 69
    John Bellingham says:

    Although the briefing against Smith and the Environment Agency is gathering speed today, I cannot understand why Cameron has not gained himself massive kudos by summarily sacking Chris Smith. If then accused of sacking him because he is a Labourite/Sodomite, he can simply say–”No, he was sacked because he was bloody useless”. There would be applause everywhere except in Labour HQ.
    I suppose its a balls (small b) problem.

  30. 75
    Ah! warning says:

    The Environment Agency has warned people, that when the water reaches their chins, their lives are at risk.

  31. 76
    Prime Minister David Cameron says:

    I am tapping up Professor Plum’s UN contacts, to pass a vote of censure over the Swiss referendum result.

  32. 85
    The British media are cunts says:

    Most of western Europe has also been hit by the current weather yet isn’t drowning. Why is it always the UK that can’t cope?

    • 101
      Hugh Janus says:

      Partly because the Environment Agency chose to spend £2m+ on PR.

      Will they be asking for their (our) money back??

    • 131
      Village Idiot says:

      ..Neglect by the government during the years of terror 1997-2010, lefty,eco thinking ,
      and,brussells for starters!….continued,it would seem,by the coalition!

  33. 87
    If only he'd stayed there says:

    MP goes abroad. Music to my ears.

  34. 89
    MILF Watch says:
  35. 92
    PFI Contracts 'R' Us says:

    Psssst.

    Anyone want to lease a few bags of sand?

    • 96
      Arthur Daley says:

      If you want to make a fast buck, buy up all the silage that will be available next August/September. No summer grass in Somerset=no silage, no hay.

  36. 98
    Breast is best says:
  37. 100
    Eric Pickles says:

    Tax and Fracking are our ways out of this mess that the southerners caused.

  38. 104
    Guido Fawkes says:

    Floods have arrived at Guy News Room…… Now something will be done.

  39. 105
    oink says:

    Let’s get this straight – the selfservative government is only interested in protecting and supporting the rich.

    somerset has 40 miltary staff attached for flood assistance – pity theyw were 6 weeks late

    thames valley has 1600 military staff attached to aid the rich and famous

    little bit unbalanced don’t ya think?

    still – selfservatives – looking after themselves and their friends

    • 127
      Village Idiot says:

      …..It seems to me that only the rich are affected;no ghettoised sections of society from the lands of the crescent moon seem to be affected,and Londonistan is safe!

  40. 108
    Mornington Crescent says:

    Did he give her his horn?

    • 117
      Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Eco-loons says:

      He probably asked her to play a tune on his rusty trombone :-)

  41. 112
    hopefully yours says:

    hey,you don’t ask,you don’t get

  42. 129
    Shergar says:

    Who the fuck does Pritchard think he is? an ugly bastard for sure I wonder if he has a wife.

  43. 138
    hamish says:

    It’s no coincidence that his name contracts to PRAT!

  44. 141
    Calgarian says:

    So he tried to chat up a good looking girl – big deal. She’s worked in showbusiness for years I’m sure she’s been propositioned more than once. I have it on good authority that whilst not in Sally Bercow’s league, she has “done the rounds”.

  45. 144
    MILF fancier says:

    She is one of the few British women who is attractive and intelligent. She isn’t covered in tattoos and she is actually feminine. Idon’t blame him for trying…


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