March 10th, 2014

Stella’s Junk Food Binge on Expenses

Her jealous Labour colleagues call power hungry Stella Creasy “St. Ella”, however when it comes to expenses Stella is no saint. Guido has come across this recent Tesco expenses claim submitted by the Labour MP:

How does she keep her slim figure?

*Artist’s impression.

UPDATE: Stella would like to make clear the snacks were for her volunteers. She has generously invited Guido to Walthamstow for a biscuit. Though the taxpayer will be paying.


161 Comments

  1. 1
    Blackpool's foremost syndicated geopolitical commentator says:

    Dreamy

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  2. 2
    Ken Lorp says:

    “How does she keep her slim figure?”

    2 fingers ….. down her throat.

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  3. 3
    Oink oink! says:

    Well, at least she’s attractive. Look at the heffer Rosie Cooper who put tons of junk food on expenses:

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1195392/MPs-expenses-29p-crisps-40p-doughnut-45p-chocolate-bar–greedy-junk-food-claims-Labour-MP-Rosie-Cooper.html

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  4. 4
    Spend you own says:

    Spend your own wages on your own treats you thieving fuckíng cow, like the rest of us.

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  5. 5
    Roget says:

    Those items on the shopping list could just be descriptions of her labour colleagues.

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  6. 7
    Tony Blair is a war criminal says:

    That lot wouldn’t last Diane Fatbot 5 minutes.

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  7. 9
    Anonymous says:

    On what possible basis could this list of goods be properly recoverable from the tax payer?

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    • 72
      jimbooo00 says:

      Interesting that she admits using taxpayer funds to buy things for her “volunteers”… so they’re not really volunteers, they’re taxpayer subsidised workers and working for an evi1 party to boot, the New Labour 4nti- whit3, anti- 3ng1ish party that has attempted and open1y says it will continue to et hn ica 11y cleanse the 3ng1ish from 3ng1and.

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      • 116
        Roses are red , so is Ed, roses smell nice says:

        Sounds like her “volunteers” are getting paid in kind, therefore has she told the taxman, she is paying them, as they will want their cut or is being an MP make her above all laws.

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  8. 10
    Ed Miliband says:

    Dianne Abbott takes it because the racist Tories make essential food items unaffordable for minorities.

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    • 47
      Facts says:

      Apart from at Iceland where you can buy a chicken tikka lasagne with 4 litre bottle of coke for 1.99

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  9. 11
    jgm2 says:

    That’s the ‘wages’ for the unpaid interns. A little treat after a hard weeks astroturfing for Labour.

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  10. 12
    Anonymous says:

    because none of your businesses provide biscuits at meetings. A sandwich paid for by a business has never passed your lips. The only tea you have ever drunk has been paid for out of your own pockets. they’re all at it – providing refreshments for constituents or local stakeholders at meetings. The bastards.

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    • 21
      I dislike socialists intensely says:

      Dont get your knickers in a twist.

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    • 33
      National Socialism is alive and well in Russia says:

      If the business is private sector that is fine.

      If it is public sector and being paid out of my taxes, that is a very different matter.

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      • 80
        Anonymous says:

        quite right. and if I catch another civil servant charging her flail to expenses I will expect them to give themselves another 10 lashes a day. And you know I found chairs in a publicly funded waiting room? Spikes should be good enough for people availing themselves of public services.

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    • 35
      SpAd says:

      It’s the lack of scrutiny that people object to. If I submitted an expense receipt for £31 worth of sweets, biscuits and crisps, somebody would ask what the purpose of the purchase was and assess reimbursement on the basis of my answer.

      Does Stella have to do the same? Of course not, it’s only public money.

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    • 57
      Sir William Wayde says:

      It’s a storm in a teacup.

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  11. 13
    Stella Creasy says:

    From memory, I think Diane Abbott was coming over for coffee that day.

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  12. 15
    Justin Parkinson says:

    Hi my name’s Justin and I just love that Gordon Brown

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-26512592

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    • 37
      jgm2 says:

      ‘However, one of the most poignant images of his leaving office was walking the family down Downing Street’

      You might call it ‘poignant’ – I call it a human shield.

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    • 46
      F*ck the BBC says:

      No mention of the greedy twat’s huge expenses though.
      What a surprise!!

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  13. 20
    Questions of our time says:

    Is it wrong to want to hear Melanie Phillips speak about prostitutes in unsold flats at the top of the London shard next time she is on Question Time ?

    Like

    • 38
      Universal Hissing says:

      Yes.

      It’s very strange to want to hear her talk about anything.Shudders.

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    • 151
      Melanie. Will u b my valentine says:

      Read ‘Londonistan’ then try to explain what Melanie got wrong. Should be in the House of Lords to replace…………… (fill this space)

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  14. 22
    aurora borealis says:

    And we the taxpayers are paying this bill why?!!?

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  15. 25
    Gordon Brown says:

    I lived on a diet of bananas and Mars bars.

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    • 31
      The public says:

      Please go away. Just .. go away. be like Tony. Piss off and never come back.

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      • 42
        Universal Hissing says:

        He was strutting his stuff in Scotlandshire(Northern Brits) today.

        We fell over laughing & pointing.

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  16. 27
    Con/Lib/Lab Are All The Same says:

    These are “leisure snacks” not food required for sustenance. And so what if they are for her “volunteers”? Can she pay them out of her own pocket like everyone else outside the Westminster bubble has to? Just another sickening “trougher”.

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  17. 29
    C O (Ξ6) says:

    It is not a good sign when a new army is taking their oath without showing their faces:

    What sort of ‘army’ is P’tin creating in the Cr!mea ???

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    • 34
      Shin Fane says:

      Dey loiok loike a grand set o’lads, to be sure.

      now .. give dem semtex and bomb your way to office as we did.

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      • 49
        Ma­q­bo­ul says:

        Who’s to say, with a false beard or so, a few wimmin have not slipped into the New Crimea Army?

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      • 106
        Disgusting says:

        But sure all that Semtex was destroyed by the IRA according to Tony Blair ……. Well all except all of it, even the Semtex used to murder policemen

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    • 39
      A beautician says:

      Why is shadow boxer Shed Millerbaum starting a war with France. Scary!

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    • 41
      Garfield says:

      I think this twat is one of them paid EU Trolls.

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      • 94
        Parliament Of Whores says:

        +1

        He is….indefatigable.

        Day after day like a stuck record, constantly posting about Ukr’aine and without fail with a sneaky, evil, baby-eating Rus’sians slant – never any pictures of the na’zi thugs in Ki’ev eh?

        People aren’t stupid enough to fall for this pro EU / Neo’con coup bolleaux.

        What’s with “R-Fed” he so oddly refers to Ru’ssia…who the hell writes like that? Perhaps that’s how it’s described in the instructions that come with the latest twitter propaganda links to post?

        Is he paid in € or $ ?

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      • 97
        Anonymous says:

        +1

        He is….indefatigable.

        Day after day like a stuck record, constantly posting about Ukr’aine and without fail with a sneaky, evil, expansionist Rus’sians slant – never any pictures of the na’zi thugs in Ki’ev eh?

        People aren’t stupid enough to fall for this pro EU / Neo’con coup bolleaux.

        What’s with “R-Fed” he so oddly refers to Ru’ssia…who the hell writes like that? Perhaps that’s how it’s described in the instructions that come with the latest twitter propaganda links to post?

        Is he paid in € or $ ?

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        • 126
          jgm2 says:

          More to the point – who gives a fuck?

          Russia quite clearly has a legitimate historical claim to the Crimea. The people of the Crimea are majority ethnic Russians. They’ll most likely vote to become part of Russia.

          I really don’t see the fucking problem from a UK, EU or NATO perspective.

          None of our fucking business. Leave them to it.

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    • 52
      Persona non grata says:

      All over the world there are wars based on lies, these are the people behind them.

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      • 70
        C O (Ξ6) says:

        K’remlin disinformation / provokatsiya.

        Good to see the truthers movement / occupy being outed as a K’remlin 5th Column.

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        • 98
          Anonymous says:

          zzzzzzzzzzzzz

          Whose disinformation are you posting RELENTLESSLY on here every fucking day ?

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          • C O (Ξ6) says:

            You can check the sources yourself, but mainly: Reuters, NATO, Associated Press, Bloomberg, Confirmed sections of U’krainian + Russ!an press / BBC.

            There is a difference between disinformation and confirmed fact.

            Anything sourcing from M’oscow has to be treated with extreme caution at present, but they have been waging their information war for a while now.

            Here is another one for you:

            And the U’krainian TV channels have been taken off air in Cr!mea:

            h**p://www.pravda.com.ua/news/2014/03/10/7018289/

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          • Blowing Whistles 1 says:

            CO Bar 6 – you stated “waging their information war for a while now.”

            A while – is that like 4 months or years

            Whereas – the Establishment over here have been conducting an information war against the British public for fucking DECADES …

            HELLO have you taken that on board?

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    • 65
      Lord Cardigan says:

      Balaclavas in the Crimea. Rather appropriate, what?

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  18. 30
    Joss Taskin says:

    So she was paying ‘interns’ with Taxpyers’ money. Why ?

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  19. 32
    Oink says:

    Absolutely outrageous looting of the public purse.
    Creasey, and no doubt you are reading this, you make me fucking sick.

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    • 95
      RomaBob.... working hard for you! says:

      Steady on there…….. she must have a very good reason :) Perhaps like a food bank she is helping people in need…. oops, I mean her volunteers “)

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    • 159
      We KNOW liblabcon are liars.. we can hope UKIP less so. says:

      Everything counts. ….

      The handshake
      Seals the contract
      From the contract
      There’s no turning back

      The turning point
      Of a career
      In Korea
      Being insincere

      The holiday
      Was funpacked
      The contract
      Still intact

      The grabbing hands
      Grab all they can
      All for themselves
      After all

      It’s a competitive world…..

      The graph on the wall
      Tells the story of it all
      Picture it now
      See just how
      The lies and deceit
      Gained a little more power

      It’s a competitive world….

      The grabbing hands
      Grab all they can
      All for themselves
      After all!

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  20. 40
    Twatwatch says:

    To be honest I don’t mind MPs claiming expenses like this. Most corporations give allowances for food and so on when you’re relocated for part of the time. So even though Creasy is a loon, she can have all the Jammy Dodgers she wants on me.

    As long as she isn’t reselling them in her own personal corner shop. If she’s doing that then I’d say “oy, Creasy, no!”, etc.

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    • 60
      Sir William Wayde says:

      Most corporations, however, have to earn the money first by providing something useful. (Not banks, obviously. They just shovel up money).

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    • 136
      No wonder they get away with it with thickos like this around says:

      FFS the companies you refer to have to use their OWN money are you thick or what !!!!

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  21. 50
    Universal Hissing says:

    & what sort of example is that on the no pleasure no fat,carbohydrates,sugar,interesting shapes, ripping the heart ,arteries,veins, out of the poor,brigade?

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  22. 58
    Ed Moribund says:

    I pledge to give every under 21 year old, every week, a pack of jammy dodgers and a bag of starburst, paid out of a tax on banker’s bonuses.

    Vote Labour,
    oneashion-hardworkingfamilies-toofartoofast.

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  23. 59
    Anonymous says:

    Even worse, funding Labour party volunteers on the Tax Payer is OK, since when ?

    She should apologies, refund the Tax payer and put in the expense claim to the Labour Party.

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  24. 61
    Anonymous says:

    Hard hitting political journalism at its finest/

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  25. 62
    National Socialism is alive and well in Russia says:

    UK Reconnaissance planes are to be dispatched to support NATO monitoring of U’kraine:

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    • 89
      Bill Quango MP says:

      What reconnaissance planes are those then?
      Our Nimrods are all retired. And the 3 Boeing replacements are not in the UK.

      Is the balloon corps making a comeback?

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      • 144
        Airey Belvoir says:

        A NATO tasked squadron, American aircraft, RAF crews, based Waddington.

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        • 145
          John Bellingham says:

          No 8 and No54 Squadron operate 6 E3-Ds out of Waddington. They had seven, but broke one. The aircraft are dedicated to NATO operations and with very discreet markings are hard to determine from the NATO E-3As operated by multinational crews operating out of Germany.

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    • 91
      Shoot em down says:

      The neo-con loons are their @rse lickers are determined on getting their war, whether it’ll be in Syria or in the Ukraine.

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      • 122
        Anonymous says:

        + 1000

        The positive aspect, if you can call it that, is that as with Sy’ria the general public are onto their sh*t stirring and are overwhelmingly against it.

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        • 130
          This aint 1914 says:

          With all the ceaseless establishment propaganda bullsh!t being pumped out 24/7, in the pre-internet age people would have been out waving Union Jacks on the streets by now.

          Well those days are long gone and aint coming back.

          You lot in the british establishment want a war with Russia, you’d better be prepared for the consequences, cos you’re on you own. No ordinary native Briton should lift a finger for you lot.

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  26. 64
    Ian Smith says:

    Universal Credit will be delivered on time and on budget. I may now be the only person who believes this.

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  27. 68
    Eric Pickles says:

    Oooh, nibbles.

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  28. 69
    Eric Pickles says:

    I wonder if Simon Cowell named his son after me…

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  29. 74
    jgm2 says:

    The key thing to remember is that when Labour were in power they arrested an opposition MP in the Houses of Parliament on wholly trumped up ‘national security’ charges.

    The next day, when they’d sobered up and realised the monstrous constitutional gaff they’d created, they still tried brazening it out with a ‘MPs are subject to the same laws as everybody else’.

    This will be my complete defence when HMRC ask me why I’ve been offsetting every single expense I incur against my income.

    ‘I’m subject to the same law as MPs’ I shall remind them. ‘If they can offset 400 quid a month as grocery expenses then so can I.’

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  30. 75
    That's Tesco for you....hoons says:

    Latest Tesco slogan is “Prices Down & Staying Down”.
    One offer, 6 salad tomatoes for 69p.
    Er, on the packaging it says ‘offer ends 9th March 2014′.

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  31. 76
    Vlad the Invader says:

    Don’t fuck with me.
    I’ll turn the gas off for a fortnight. Shut down the whole of Europe and send you back into recession.
    I’m not some gayboy arab loudmouth in the stinking desert with only a few crappy tanks. I’ve got hundreds and hundreds of crappy tanks.. So don’#t mess with me . I’ll do it.

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    • 129
      Ma­q­bo­ul says:

      And your little tinpot fiefdom will collapse along with it. Remind yourself what was the straw that broke the back of the Soviet Union.

      Germany needs Russian gas and Russia needs the revenue for it. This cosy little symbiosis will not be disrupted by the ambitions of some petty transit state.

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  32. 77
    The British Public says:

    If these people are “volunteers” why are they being fed and watered at our expense?

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  33. 78
    Ed Moribund says:

    The private sector has created more jobs in a recession than the public sector did in a boom.

    So from this I have inferred that we need many, many, many more public sector jobs paid from the profits or even just the turnover of private firms.

    Onenashion!

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  34. 83
    The Jury. says:

    Greedy, lying, two faced Cow!

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  35. 86
    I do not wish to share the same air as the labour voting leeching dogshite in Edinburgh's Tescos says:

    So she is leeching for volunteers who are thick enough to vote Labour. She is so up her self and she is fooling no one. She thinks her farts smell of roses! Nope! Just Rancid shyte!

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    • 149
      John Bellingham says:

      Volunteering gives you brownie points down at the Jobcentre, so there is less pressure to attend job interviews.

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  36. 87
    Gordon MacBreath says:

    I want to be made a Lord.

    Lord Brown or Ballymory

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  37. 90
    My Farts Smell of Roses says:

    She really takes the biscuit that one! Another useless time wasting leech who is fooling no one. Her IQ matches her shoe size.

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  38. 92
    Pleb says:

    While we’re on the subject of expenses, is anyone investigating the George Osborne horse paddock scam?

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  39. 96
    Stella Greasy says:

    I am writing the book on How to make your farts smell like roses. The gullible thickos will buy it! Kerrrrrchiiiiiing!

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  40. 100
    Fatty Prescott says:

    To be fair:she is fit for an MP.Only Esther Mcvey is more doable.

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    • 150
      Jack Ketch says:

      Actually the only attractive thing about the Labour Party although she gave Toby Young a good going over for looking at her tits a few weeks back.

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  41. 102
    Banned from Tesco for telling the leeches exactly what I think of them. says:

    I would not be surprised if the devious COW, bought “Fair Trade” biscuits at the tax payers expense! That is how devious & slimey Labour. They cannot directly ask for water when they are thirsty!

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  42. 103
    Max says:

    Anyone for a Wimpy?

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  43. 104
    Dog Biscuit for the Labour Bitch says:

    Everything Labour do is at the expense of someone else.

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  44. 108
    Dog Biscuit for the Labour Bitch on The BBC says:

    Everything Labour do & the BBC do is at the expense of some one else. Time to get rid of the socialist parasites! They treat us like charity doormats to wipe their feet all over!

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  45. 109
    harlot harminger says:

    i love garibaldi’s.

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  46. 112
    Disgusting says:

    Any comment yet from Labour about the Coop bankers pay packet?

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  47. 114
    David Cameron: An image problem... says:

    An upcoming image problem for David Cameron is going to be with his ‘hard working families’ spiel.

    How is Cameron going to be able to bridge the perception gap which is beginning to form that your typical ‘hard working family’ type is really just a sedentary overweight selfish arse-hole who spends their day laundering dirty money for Russia in London ?

    This perhaps could become a bit of a problem with some key Conservative messages over the next few months.

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  48. 123
    D Abbott B.B.W says:

    White guys dig me….Ok?

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  49. 127
    Edmundo Ros says:

    Chris Ruane claimed £28.95 for 500g coffee which costs £12.28 in Tesco.

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    • 131
      jgm2 says:

      Look, it’s very simple. We all do it.

      When I used to work I would fly business class. I would accrue Airmiles. I would stay in a Hilton. I would expense a nice meal.

      When I go on holiday I fly economy class or use the airmiles I’ve accrued. If I stay in a Hilton it’s using Honor points and I eat at burger joints.

      Why are we so generous with the companies money? Because it’s not mine.

      Why are politicians so generous with ‘the companies’ money? Because it’s not theirs.

      Why do we get upset by high-living politicians expensing fucking well everything? After all, we all do the same thing.

      1) Because despite they apparently being subject to the same laws as everybody else if I try expensing my families food, petrol, TV etc etc to jgm2 plc I will be taxed as ‘a benefit in kind’.

      2) Because it’s not some private companies money they’re being generous with. It’s mine.

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  50. 132
    Gordon Browns brother hiding behind the door says:

    So the snacks were for her volunteers aw bless. I love how these MPs are so benevolent with other peoples money. I seem to recall Gordon Brown paying a fantastic salary to his ‘cleaner’ again using other peoples money. Note when using the phrase ‘Gordons’cleaner’ any reference to any person alive or dead is purely coincidental.

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  51. 133
    sproggingforbenefits says:

    What fookin ‘slim figure’?

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  52. 134
    The Nag's Head says:

    More to the point, why is she shopping at Tescos?

    Shouldn’t she be patronising the Spar in Walthamstow Village if they were at her constituency office?

    Where were these ‘volunteers’ volunteering?

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  53. 137
    Taxpayer says:

    So why am I buying snacks for Stella’s “volunteers”?

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    • 140
      Don't just accept the excuse its within the rules, probe a bit further ! says:

      So Creasey is expecting me to pay for her volunteers out doing work on behalf of the Labour Party ? This is within the rules how exactly ?

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  54. 141
    Expenses for Shove Tuesday says:

    Lazy good for nothing can’t be bothered of treating her “volunteers” to pancakes, that is you shop for eggs, flour, milk, butter/marge/oil sugar and lemons or maple syrup, and 40 pence for electricity for stove or equivalent of gas.

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  55. 146
    reality check says:

    Where do I apply for my taxpayer-funded biscuit/starburst ration please?
    My wife buys biscuits with our own after-tax money, and I can’t find the box on my Tax Return to claim them. Surely that’s a bit unfair isn’t it?

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  56. 153
    Jack Ketch says:

    You obviously don’t understand how the system works. Ms Creasy collects a taxpayer-funded salary, has a taxpayer-funded office at Westminster and a taxpayer funded constituency office and while in opposition may even get a portion of taxpayer-funded “Short” money for party activities. In 2011 she received £94,150.73 for staffing expenses. All this is so that she can enter government and increase all our taxes.
    Fair’s fair–she only claimed £28 for travel between her constituency and Westminster for the whole of 2010/2011

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  57. 155
    David Cameron Is A Cunt says:

    Guido, those of us who actually know Stella can tell you that she does not, and never did have, a slim figure. Pear shaped she is.

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  58. 158
    Anonymous says:

    What does she mean by volunteers? If they are unpaid interns helping her with parliamentary work then OK (though I thought the Labour Party was against unpaid interns). If they were in her constituency doing party political work then the tax payer should not be funding their snacks – should be the local Labour Party. Check this out Guido…

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  59. 161
    Gillian Duffy says:

    Where are all these volunteers flocking from?

    Surely it is illegal to claim money off the taxpayer in this way and you don’t have to be a bigot to point it out.

    The coppers ought to be flocking over this!

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My TV screen was that window at lunch-time today.

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