February 12th, 2014

Women, Women, Everywhere

A frontbench full of female ministers and four more women sitting directly behind Dave at PMQs:

Responsive government in action…

Via @generalboles

61 Comments

  1. 1
    mon says:

    calm down

    • 12
      • 18
        TwatNominate says:

        A candidate for the Darwin Awards

        A 20-year-old hostel worker has become the first Briton to die as a result of a lethal NekNomination dare.

        Isaac Richardson, who grew up in Essex but had recently moved to London, reportedly downed a deadly cocktail of vodka, lager, whisky and wine telling friends he wanted to ‘outdo’ everyone.

        Mr Richardson is said to have taken part in the game at The O’Connors hostel in Woolwich, south-east London, where he lived and worked as a receptionist.

        He died in the early hours of yesterday morning after mixing an entire bottle of white wine with a quarter bottle of whisky, a small bottle of vodka and a can of lager.

      • 30
        Thrill Seeker says:

        That is not a bikini

    • 43
      Bluto says:

      Just goes to show how idiotic Miliband’s silly stunt last week was.

  2. 2
    Andrew Efiong says:

    I bet Lord Rennard wishes he was an MP!

  3. 3
    The Missing Miss says:

    You missed an arrow pointing at Clegg.

  4. 4
    Long John Silver's parrot says:

    Women everywhere.

    Milliband is really pulling Cameron’s strings.

  5. 5
    Fuck Labour says:

    Is there anything Labour won’t try and score points over? They blame the government over flooding. If 7/7 had happened under this government, Miliband would be holding Cameron personally responsible. There really are no depths they won’t stoop to. Very very grubby.

    • 37
      Jack Ketch says:

      That is because they are a student politics, trade union infighting and council worker rabble. They are stuck with sloganeering and agitprop. They don’t really understand that the general population is far more intelligent than they give them credit for. It comes from only mixing with their own kind at the Guardian, the Gay clubs and the local Labour associations.
      Many (although not all) Tories have had real jobs before entering Parliament that means mixing with employees, colleagues and business partners outside of politics.
      Of course the Party that the highest proportion of real people is UKIP.

    • 47
      the shoveler says:

      So I’m supposed to vote for the party that can squeeze the most women onto a bench? Can they make it more interesting and substitute a telephone box or a mini?
      Yes fuck any maturity or serious policies, we are dealing with labour ideology.

    • 60
      Dessert Rat says:

      What fucking flooding?

      You mean the creation of Environment Agency wetland theme parks!

  6. 6
    Hannibal from Carthage says:

    It is these Tory women who make me angry.

    Cameron’s cronies come to them and say Dave wants them to sit close to the front row because it makes him look less aggressive and butch…………..and they all fall for it!

  7. 7
    Terry-Thomas says:

    I like women – but not once they get a seat in parliament.
    But then again I don’t like any of the men there either – absolute shower.

  8. 9
    Lard Renhard says:

    I might just jump ship.

  9. 10
    Rob Roy says:

    Just imagine if Milliband had told those Labour women to stay away from the front rows because he wanted to improve his appeal to male voters.

    That Caroline Flint would probably have thumped him and Anna Eagle would have worn a suit collar and tie and grown a moustache.

  10. 11
    Dave Lee Traversity says:

    Im on my way……

  11. 14
  12. 16
    Gordon Brown says:

    Who’d like to suck my good ship lollipop?

  13. 17
    Martin Day says:

    Looks like there was a three line whip on Tory frontbenchers to wear blue ties at PMQs. Seems Ed Miliband was also sent the memo.

    Oy Vey !!!!

  14. 20
    P l e b says:

    Ed continuing to set the agenda:

    Utilities
    Banks
    Women MPs

    Embarrassing for Camoron.

  15. 21
    It's oop North so the Politicians won't visit says:
  16. 22
    Confused bloke says:

    My trousers go all lumpy whenever I think of Luciana Berger. Is this normal?

    • 41
      Mr Speaker Bercow says:

      Yes, it is. That’s because the only good bit of Lucrezia Berger’s head is on the outside. You’ll find the effect goes away if you try thinking of Therese Coffey instead – unless you’re the kind of pervert who likes intelligent women.

  17. 24
    Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Eco-loons says:

    Women women everywhere and not a brain between them :-)

  18. 25
    3.4% growth is not ambitious enough says:

    It’s a cost of token gestures crisis

  19. 28
    Casual Observer 6 says:

    Any takers on a prediction of snow by the end of the month ???

    • 38
      Dr Viner 5 says:

      Not a mucking chance old chap, it’ll never happen again ever because I still have a tungsten lamp in my cellar.

  20. 29
    What is this statement by Theresa May supposed to achieve? says:

    Are the Hillsborough 91 still dead?

    • 32
      Ed Milibiscuit says:

      I demand an independent judicial inquiry

    • 33
      Casual Observer 6 says:

      To try and draw a line under a hornets nest that the left decided to stir up.

      Perhaps will also be useful in dealing with reform of the Police Federation.

      With the new detail that has come out the families of those who died that day do need some closure on this, and something needs to be entered into the public record on this matter.

      The police being largely responsible for the deaths of 91 people, in particular denying access to medical staff at the time, and then covering up their misdeeds is quite serious, even if they got away with it for over 20 years.

      • 53
        Fly on the wall says:

        Only “quite serious”?

        Were you born with a hole in your head mate? Their actions that day amount at least to culpable manslaughter and every one of them should be charged with it. Get those retired back out and in front of a beak – then withdraw their pension rights. Similarly those still on the force should be demoted back to acting learner-constable.

  21. 31
    Cymro oddi ar y llinell says:

    Monstrous Regiment.

  22. 40
    Shooty* says:

    I know it’s too much to ask, but I do hope the following exchange takes place today:

    Ed Miliband “I’m pleathed to thee that the prime minithter has taken my advithe and thowcathed his parties commitment to equality. I see all the ladieth in the front row. But tell me: *points to Chukka* Have you got one of these?”

  23. 49
    Jim says:

    That is very Sad. The Tory women MPs got their jobs on merit and do proper work. The majority of Labour women MPs were selected and are there for window dressing or TV appearances to flutter their eyelids etc.

  24. 54
    Jack the Ripper says:

    Half the arrowed women are in black or grey. What happened to the bright colours of yesteryear?

  25. 55
    Graham Swift says:

    And the arsehole Ed Balls has gone back to his stupid hand signals. A fucking limited intelligence , limited ability idiot.

  26. 57
    Anonymous says:

    Labour should fill their front benches with black women next to prove how racist the Conservative party are in comparison, I mean there aren’t any more pressing issues to be concerned about.

    • 58
      Lord and Lady Establishment-Stooge of Brussels says:

      Why don’t both cheeks of the Establishment’s arse allow MPs that pay for their own second homes and don’t have other jobs to sit at the front ??


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