April 8th, 2014

Tory Official Quit After No. 10 Raised “Historic Complaints”

Tory official Iain Corby resigned as director of the Tory controlled Parliamentary Resources Unit after Downing Street called the Chief Whip about a series of allegations against him, Guido understands. PRU’s chairman, Tory MP Henry Bellingham, then convened a board meeting and Corby was out four hours later.  Bellingham insists that Corby was always planning to leave in the summer and is getting married to his male partner next month, although he has now left early. Bellingham stresses that he has “not seen any complaints about [Corby’s] conduct” since taking over in November 2012, and that “any complaints are historic”. The previous chairman, Oliver Heald, is having an “urgent X-ray” and his office say he is unavailable for comment…


94 Comments

  1. 1
    The Gay Party says:

    Why is the Tory party full of Shirt Lifters?

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    • 2
      Head Case says:

      Has it ever been explained how Nigel Evans received that wound to his Forehead?

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      • 5
        The Headboard says:

        Wasn’t me

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        • 44
          Prison Planet says:

          G@y activist stirs up Fox panel: ‘Would you fire a CEO who denied the Holoc@ust?’

          http://tinyurl.com/o5gsgjg

          The firestorm over the new Mozilla CEO’s hasty exit took a bizarre turn Sunday, when a g@y-rights advocate compared the issue to someone getting fired for denying the Holoc@ust happened.
          Brendan Eich resigned after just 10 days on the job with the software giant after revelations that he made a political contribution to a California referendum against g@y marriage.

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          • T May says:

            Yankee go home

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          • Toxic Labour for Spongers, Parasites, Criminals, Green Nazis, Peedos and other Wasters says:

            I’m sick of hearing about these bastard chutney ferrets. Everywhere you look in the media it’s gay this and homo that. Why do they have to focus on 0.75% of the population instead of the 99.25% of normal people. Hitler may have been right after all?

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          • Lord Wellard says:

            I wonder if any of these chaps have attended Preston Crown Court in the recent past…

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      • 9
        A Brick Wall says:

        Never heard of him

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      • 17
        Look where you're going says:

        Rock Piles.

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      • 31
        The Door says:

        Nope, me neither.

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    • 4
      Garfield says:

      Because Dave told us it was the only way to win in 2015.

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      • 38
        Lord Stansted says:

        You ought not to have listened to an idiot.

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        • 54
          Keep Our Press Free says:

          Complaints against the NoTW and alleged phone-hacking are historic.
          It didn’t stop reporters and editors being prosecuted.

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    • 84
      Jolly nice chap says:

      They all are, not just the Tories. Gay mafia.

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  2. 3
    the "high water mark of over-friendly inappropriate behaviour by a drunken man says:

    They’re not just shirt lifters, they are Benefits cheats too.

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  3. 6
    Leon Brittan says:

    This is all nonce sense.

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  4. 7
    The Public Purse says:

    There is no need for such a thing as a ‘Parliamentary Resources Unit’. Abolish it. Sack everyone ‘working’ there, get rid of the parasites who oversee it. Do not replace it. Do not redeploy any of these people anywhere in government or the quangocracy.

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    • 21
      Apthorpe says:

      To quote my former Commanding Officer ‘Gentlemen I will not reinforce failure…’
      If only our current crop of ‘leaders’ had actually served their country in some role other than just looking how to help themselves to the silver.

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    • 47
      Lord Stansted says:

      Hitler had the decency to shoot himself when he lost. These lot will simply move on to better-paid jobs in the EUSSR.

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  5. 8
    Dana International says:

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  6. 13
    top tips for Tories says:

    Try employing people who aren’t corrupt,
    perverted,liars,or have allowed themselves
    to be open to blackmail.
    It works for most of us in society-give
    it a try.

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    • 89
      Norman Normal says:

      Every company I have ever worked for had the same problems, I assumed being corrupt, lazy, emotionally bankrupt and sexually deviant was what constituted British Identity?

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  7. 14
    Apthorpe says:

    Dave and the ghastly Heathite party he has created will soon find out at the EU elections what a winner it is. We get a rare chance to upset the troughers in May lets not wast it.

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  8. 18
    Garfield says:

    Must admit Dave has hell of a legacy, when he is in his dotage he can look back in pride and think of the billions of pounds of taxpayers money he has given away in oversea aid, and the icing on the cake bumsex marriage.

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  9. 23
    Anonymous says:

    The face of dave’s modern party.

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  10. 24
    Anonymous says:

    “Historic Complaints”
    Fiends, Romanians, C**tish-folk…We come to erase democracy, not enact it.
    Meanwhile in another eon, Cam-fucius he seem to be saying: When hole dug deep enough to bury political career of MP, don’t stop digging. Instead, jump in and enlarge excavation. ‘Til capacious enough to accommodate entire party.

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  11. 27
    Anonymous says:

    How do you define “historic” exactly?

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  12. 28
    A record Breaker says:

    I don’t know how Dave has done it, most thought it impossible, but his term as PM and those around him is even worse than Gordon’s.

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    • 35
      SIZE 14 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

      So who gives a shit about the bleatings of someone just out of school if she does’nt like it no problem she can join Labour they will welcome her.

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    • 39
      Athelstan says:

      You can tell her judegment is not sound because she joined Cameron’s Tories in the first place. What does she think that being a sovereign nation is all about if not securing the nation’s borders so we can select who we want to be here, when we want them to be here and the terms under which they will be welcome. I know nobody who objects to some level of controlled immigration. Everyone I speak to however wants the illegals slung out and a sensible set of working controls to be in place which work for us and encourage integration not swamping

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    • 41
      The Horse's Mouth says:

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      • 55
        Lies Damn Lies and the Daily Mail says:

        So the Daily Mail is attacking UKIP again with lies and false stories.

        Do they not realise that all they achieve is to strengthen support for UKIP?

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      • 64
        The Horse says:

        Oh there’s more…

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      • 70
        Alex Swanny says:

        “I can’t bring myself to campaign for them.”

        “The rhetoric wasn’t so much about it when I joined. I think we should be discriminating on the skill level [of immigrants] as opposed to what country they’re from.”

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      • 87
        Anonymous says:

        Said at the time she was a fifth columnist. How the fuck can anyone study human rights law and not be predisposed to lefty, “progressive” shite? She was always guaranteed to be a turncoat.

        UKIP really need to be better organised at weeding out these Tory turds.

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    • 42
      Anonymous says:

      She came,she went.Few knew she’d ever been.

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  14. 36
    Esther, new Culture Sec says:

    As a woman, and pretty too, I feel the party needs a new mood. Gayers? Enough already.

    And remember, when any odd art comes up, I will say to the artist, “the best thing you can do is get a job”.

    Ha.

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  15. 40
    The Cumbrian says:

    Despite his recent marriage to an American divorcee, much speculation circulates cumbrian social circles about the sexual preferences of our self proclaimed “superhero”, Roderick Stewart. Is he or is he not another tory shirtlifter ?

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    • 58
      Everyone a shitstabber says:

      The clue is in the word “tory”.

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    • 66
      The Incompetence that is Nick Clegg says:

      Lets put him down as ‘Probable’

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    • 70
      Anonymous says:

      Is Leon Brittan still in Europe.

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    • 74
      ey up brother says:

      No idea about his sexual activities, these days I thought one of prerequisites to being a male MP was to be homosexual, just one of the many clubs MPs have to join, just to network!and keep the champagne in the fridge and their bank accounts full, after all they seem to have found a way to take their money with them when they pop their clogs .

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  16. 49
    Is Maria Miller the exception to the rule or is there SEX involved? says:

    As they say.

    It’s the sex that catches out the Tories and the money what gets Labour.

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  17. 63
    Socialism is theft says:

    There are three types of voter:

    1. Rich or gay people who vote Tory
    2. Ordinary people who vote UKIP
    3. Mad people who vote Labour or Lib Dem

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    • 83
      aren't you forgetting says:

      There are plenty of rich trendy types who
      benefited from a private education and
      Oxbridge who vote Labour.

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  18. 77
    Caption contest entrant says:

    Infamy, infamy, they’ve all got it in for me!

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  19. 79
    Norman Normal says:

    Venezuela issues “1 shop a week” food ID cards.

    More chaos in the Labour lefts favourite South American utopia. Now citizens are required to have an ID card and submit a thumb print. Shopping with the ID card is limited to one shopping trip a week to “prevent hoarding”.
    As one shopper in a long queue put it, “if there weren’t shortages there wouldn’t be hoarders.” Video footage is live on Al-Jazeera (only channel you get real news on now?)

    http://www.theguardian.com/world/2014/apr/04/venezuela-queues-food-ration-cards

    Any comment from Jones, Livingston, Morris, Burgon or Abbott?

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  20. 82
    A grammarian writes says:

    “any complaints are historic” – wow! So of great and enduring significance, rather than just being old, or historical as we say in English. A very serious matter then.

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    • 85
      hang about.. says:

      So if they’re historic, does that mean serious allegations are
      finally getting the attention they deserve after years of cover-
      ups?

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  21. 86
    Anonymous says:

    A party member’s sexuality has no influence on how the country is governed — it’s not like gay marriage was pushed through without any public mandate what-so-ever. (Because if that were the case, what would that say about our ‘democracy’?)

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  22. 91
    olden1936 says:

    Good Grief! Is the UK parliament falling apart at the seams? All we hear of now and for the passed few years are cuts aimed at the public, and sleazy troughing by the some of the people highly-paid to represent the public. Shame on them, but at least even the most gullible of us voters are awakening to awareness about a desperate need for radical changes in thhe way we are governed.

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