April 8th, 2014

Two Thirds Say Standards Committee Should Be Abolished

69% of the public agree with Guido that MPs should not be allowed to sit on the committee that judges whether politicians are guilty of fiddling their expenses, according to a Survation poll for Breitbart London. 47% say Maria Miller makes them less likely to vote Tory in 2015, 55% say Dave has handled it badly and the same number say Miller is the worst expenses cheat since 2009. But you keep on fighting for her, Prime Minister…


159 Comments

  1. 1
    jgm2 says:

    I very much doubt that she is the worst expenses cheat since 2009.

    Doesn’t Brown claim about quarter of a million quid for about 10 days ‘work’?

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    • 4
      Gordon Brown says:

      It’s charity work!!!!!! I will destroy all who smear my good name!

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        jgm2 says:

        You destroyed everybody before they even had a chance to smear your ‘good name’.

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          Labour is the nasty party. says:

          Smear your good name ,That,s a laugh coming from the worst PM in a 100 years.
          You are swanning around the world staying in 5 star hotels with all so called
          expenses coming out of your so called charity .You are a disgrace.

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      Name your Price says:

      Must have been an oddly worded question if 31% did not agree.

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      • 143
        Dougie says:

        Just shows the idiocy of government by opinion poll. Had the question reminded respondents that five Labour MPs have gone to prison for expenses fraud since 2009, there would have been a very different result to the last question.

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    • 12
      C.O.Jones says:

      Unfortunately they do not see it in this light. If you had to extrapolate the actual costs of an MP ie wage, expenses and then the subsidies of all kinds (bars, restaurants, security, infrastructure costs etc) then we have some of the highest hourly paid people in the country.

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      • 139
        This is priceless says:

        From ‏@MirrorJames

        Maria Miller scandal is all about the “abject failure of the media” says Tory MP Gerald Howarth

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    • 61
      UKIPPER says:

      Lets Get Them Out

      Maria’s expense claim hysteria
      Reminded me of Dave’s Wisteria
      And Duck houses on ponds that float
      We even paid to clean a moat
      Yet we must never make a fuss
      One rule for them and one for us

      The time has come to make a stand
      MPs greed is out of hand
      The people need to get a grip
      Turf this lot out and vote UKIP
      With the election drawing near
      Farage the man all MPs fear

      So look out now for dirty tricks
      With smears and lies thrown in the mix
      With racist slurs and nazi claims
      Designed to undermine our aims
      The peoples Army is on track
      UKIP will get our country back

      VOTE UKIP

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      • 145
        Dougie says:

        Of course, Nigel donates all his EU Parliament allowances to a charity for children with cancer and their one-legged puppies, doesn’t he?

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      • 147
        J A jones says:

        I support Cameron,he knows where he is going. We need to help him on his way.

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    • 65
      Fishy says:

      Worst expanses cheat since 2009?

      But all of this ended in 2009.

      It’s troubling when opinion becomes fact. It looks like Miller is taking a hit for all of the rest and of course she is a Tory. Strange when all of those Labour politicians got sent down for corruption they became politically stateless – the BBC forgetting to mention what party they belonged to.

      Boris was right – Miler is being hounded. She’s become the Wicker Woman and the mob want heir sacrifice.

      Britain is becoming a very ugly place.

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        Old Nick Heavenly (alive and kikin) says:

        Fishy

        becoming, BEcoming, BECOMING????????????

        Britain is a Stasi State that plans to take your kids away and bang you up for 10 years.

        You deserve all you get!

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      • 120
        Time for Real Change says:

        Fishy says: “Britain is becoming a very ugly place.”

        That’s what happens with corrupt politicians.

        Westminster has become not only financially corrupt, but morally corrupt.

        You’re right that Miller is taking a hit for all (or, I’d say, most) of the rest.

        But that’s largely because of the way Miller and her reprehensible Spad behaved, browbeating the parliamentary commissioner, trying to intimidate the media by flagging up the minister’s role in Leveson-inspired legislation, then kissing it all off with such a contemptuous “apology”.

        Cameron, who promised to clean up Westminster, effectively sanctioned all the above, as did the standards committee. As did many of their colleagues.

        Many of those around during the previous expenses scandal are still there, and it should be remembered that most of them fought tooth and nail to prevent expense exposure.

        For that reason alone it doesn’t matter who the lightning rod is. Too many of them have been at it, and prepared to cover for others who attract scrutiny.

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        • 150
          Potemkin Village says:

          Correct. I’m prepared to believe that there are one or two honourable men and women in the HoC but the bulk of them are carpet-bagging opportunists in the pay either of the unions or the banks, Brussels and/or Washington. We need a Cromwell, but I’ll settle for Farage. There is a lot of unrest in the country now, if we’re lucky we may see the stables cleaned out at the next GE.

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          • Sid Viscous says:

            Hope you’re right, Potemkin, but the best stables flusher was Hercules and it’ll take a lot more than Nigel to clear out this lot – they’ll fight like wolverines to hang on to all they have, changing the rules of everything if necessary, even GE I suspect to ensure survival.

            Nigel may have another accident too and hasn’t got a suitable Deputy/Politburo to fill the space.

            The best we can do is Vote UKIP and be ready with the rope and pitchforks when the scum start to kick back.

            Vote UKIP.

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  2. 2
    C.O.Jones says:

    Poor Maria Miller, an one amongst many.

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  3. 3
    Margaret Moran says:

    Maria’s going about this the wrong way. All she has to do is what I did: put on some clothes that make her look like a bag lady, turn up to court crying her eyes out, pay a rent-a-shrink to say she’s suffering from depression, and some gullible judge will let her off the hook, just in time for her to go down to the pub. Worked for me!!

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  4. 5
    Grooby says:

    Are those noses yet available for the Public to buy?

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  5. 8
    Gordon Brown is a vile piece of shit says:

    This stinking c-unt has complained to the PCC EIGHT times!!!

    http://www.pcc.org.uk/advanced_search.html?keywords=gordon+brown&page=1&num=10&publication=x&decision=x&image.x=0&image.y=0

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    • 14
      Gordon Brown is a vile piece of shit says:

      This complaint in particular sums up what a truly grotesque and pathetic man he is and gives an insight into his mind:

      Mr Gordon Brown MP complained to the Press Complaints Commission under Clause 1 (Accuracy) of the Editors’ Code of Practice about an article which reported that a press conference he had been due to give at the United Nations had been ‘cancelled after only one journalist turned up to hear him speak’. The complainant expressed concern about a claim that he had ‘stood in the background’ as ‘a message was played over a loudspeaker reminding the media that [he] was due to speak’, explaining that – owing to his speaking at another event which overran – he was not available for the press conference. The complainant also objected to an assertion in the online version of the article which stated that he was paid ‘handsomely’ for his speeches. The complainant explained that all money from his speeches and writings goes to the Office of Gordon and Sarah Brown to fund his and his wife’s charitable and public service work, including their disbursement programme of donations to individual charities, and that not a single penny goes to him personally.

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      Gordon Brown is a vile piece of shit says:

      This complaint in particular sums up what a truly grotesque and pathetic man he is and gives an insight into his mind:

      Mr Gordon Brown MP complained to the Press Complaints Commission … about an article which reported that a press conference he had been due to give at the United Nations had been ‘cancelled after only one journalist turned up to hear him speak’. The complainant expressed concern about a claim that he had ‘stood in the background’ as ‘a message was played over a loudspeaker reminding the media that [he] was due to speak’. The complainant also objected to an assertion in the online version of the article which stated that he was paid ‘handsomely’ for his speeches. The complainant explained that all money from his speeches and writings goes to the Office of Gordon and Sarah Brown to fund his and his wife’s charitable and public service work.

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  6. 11
    A little person says:

    Abolished ? They should be prosecuted for ‘joint enterprise’ aiding and abetting the fraud and thievery.

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  7. 13
    Mitch says:

    “Survation poll” – is that anything like a few questions?

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  8. 15
    She's up then says:

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    • 17
      Oink Oink says:

      Diane, are you on your fifth breakfast yet?

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      • 45
        A Woman of Colour says:

        It am for me ass – stupid!

        dat ass am de best bit ob me, – yo wanna see him wriggle?

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    • 101
      Village Idiot says:

      …..Britain has suffered since 1975,when some in the country voted for the Common Market, in a “dodgy” referendum!…..The “invasion” has not helped either!….Selfish mp,s who are in politics for their own gain and not the good of the country has not helped !….People trafficking,FMG,Islam,EU,Grooming Asian gangs,porous borders,some foreign doctors in NHS,Health tourism,Sharia law,dumbed down education,and,once again,troughing mps’,..to name a few,….could add “overpopulation”…..

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  9. 18
    Peter Hain says:

    Ms Miller as my absolute support.

    until I switch to the Tories and take her cabinet post.

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    • 25
      Scumbag says:

      Or let a terrorist out of custody.
      Blood on your hands, Hain.

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      • 119
        Twampersand mk II says:

        Might not be blood. Could be the dye-pack in a bundle of notes from his latest bank robbery gone wrong.

        Best excuse ever: it wasn’t me that robbed the bank m’lud, it was someone else who just happened to look exactly like me.

        I’d love to see people like him executed, but I doubt it will happen. Best I can hope for is that he drowns in the sea of filth and deceit he has created with his gangster mates. Be funny if he got clipped by one of the Soud Affrikaan blacky gang members currently terrorising Joburg and Cape Town.

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  10. 19
    Ctesibius says:

    The solution to this is breathtakingly simple.

    MP’s and Peers have established rules for claiming expenses and attendance allowances, and their taxation treatment, which are much more streamlined and less onerous than those which apply for the rest of us. For example, why shouldn’t a TV licence be tax deductible?

    It is quite wrong that people like Guido are campaigning for MPs rules and standards to be tightened. Instead, I want to see the levels of allowances and tax breaks which apply to the rest of us relaxed so they are harmonised with MPs’ and Peers’ existing allowances and expenses.

    I think I should be able to claim a claim a flat rate attendance allowance of £150 or £300 each time I show up for work, and I’d like to put my telly tax on my tax return.

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  11. 20
    Maria sits on my face...it's warm & fuzzy says:

    Today I will mostly be standing against a tsunami of public opinion.
    I really am that stupid.

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  12. 22
    Tin Can Cam – never buckles under pressure says:

    I resist all attempts to unseat my loyal bumsex beauty – it would make me look a prick if I did – and, being a PR man, – I’m pretty expert on opinion poles!

    Trust me!

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  13. 23
    in the real world says:

    If politicians can’t even be trusted to be honest about a basic
    thing like expenses, they don’t deserve our vote. If anyone in
    the real world is caught fiddling their expenses, they’re sacked
    and often prosecuted.

    Any committee overseeing expenses shouldn’t contain current or
    ex politicians,judges,lawyers,bankers,lords or anyone with a
    connection to any political party or serving MP’s.

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  14. 26
    Peter Martin says:

    Whatever she, DC or any other denizen of Westminster depths says or does, by now the horse of political credibility or integrity cross-party in that nest of vipers is blown.

    Just love the notion that any peer self-assessing entity has a cat in hell’s chance of being anything other than bent as a nine bob note and hence universally derided as a consequence.

    Look at the BBC… wait for it… ‘Trust’.

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      Deaf in the afternoon says:

      ‘The horse of political credibility or integrity cross-party in that nest of vipers is blown, and any peer self-assessing entity has a cat in hell’s chance of being anything other than bent as a nine bob note.’

      3/10
      Promising but a little sparse. Have you considered analogy?

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  15. 27
    Dave says:

    I am in hospital this morning

    For an X ray

    The Chief Whip told me to have one, to see if I have any balls

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    • 32
      X-ray technician says:

      Nope! Nothing showing – and that’s before the Consultant has had a look.

      Mind you, if he’s been got at he may draw some on.

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    • 69
      Blue rinse Tory says:

      If he finds his balls, I shall be cutting them off with a rusty knife.

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    • 116
      Village Idiot says:

      ……Try looking for the “Backbone”, and if you have a machine or non job person,try looking into the mind to see if there is any scintilla of patriotic ferver for Britain in our present leader,or, as I suspect,has his soul been Merkelised?

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  16. 31
    Historian says:

    We need an Oliver Cromwell to clean up this shower of shit

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    • 40
      Historian who read a bit more says:

      Yeah, because Cromwell did really well afterwards, didn’t he?

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      • 123
        Oliver Cromwell was a terrorist says:

        Granted, he was a wanker, a disaster for the nation, but there would not have been any bog-trotters like McGuinness stinking up Buck House any more than it already does if he was still around.

        IRA? He’s shit ‘em.

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    • 46
      Armchair Civilian says:

      Can you imagine any of the supine pen-pushers senior ranks in the army doing anything sensible like stepping in to sort this out? I can’t. I wouldn’t even want them to. Years of craven behaviour and box-ticking takes its toll.

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      • 130
        Fred the pensioner says:

        That lad who pointed his bayonet at some black hooligan the other day is exactly the sort you are looking for.

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      • 151
        thostids says:

        They only get to be “Really Senior Officers” by saying all the right things, at the right times, to the right people I.e. Mandarins and politicians. They do not get the job for going around banging table-tops and complaining about cuts in man-power. Indeed, it would be interesting to know how Brown got his way on the two large Targets that are being built, namely HMS Queen Elizabeth and HMS Prince of Wales. How many tens of thousands of Regulars did that cost the MoD?

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  17. 33
    Mitch says:

    The tributes to Peaches Geldof from both her husband and father seem well prepared and quite resigned, almost as if they weren’t surprised by her death.

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    • 62
      A sad death says:

      It’s a tragically young age to die. 25 is no age to go. And she was mother to two children, which makes it all the worse. But I do have to say that Bob Geldof’s statement made me cringe. Even at such a tragic event, he couldn’t help write a pretentious and ostentatious statement. Most people who’ve suffered a sudden loss would not think to write that their daughter was “the most bonkers of us all”. I’m not suggesting that he’s not grieving but that, like so many celebrities, he is incapable of maintaining a degree of normalcy in any context and has to give in to the urge to do something extrovert and attention seeking. A simple statement of grief would’ve sufficed, but he writes a statement that says “she was the most bonkers of us all” as though to remind us what a wacky, funny guy he is.

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      • 79
        Mitch says:

        If my daughter had just died (God forbid) the last thing I would be doing is issuing a statement. I wouldn’t be capable.

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      • 88
        cunt is the word you're looking for says:

        Up to a point.

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      • 125
        Bob will be able to extend his 'career' off this says:

        What I don’t understand is the outpouring of mawkish sentimentality on Twatter and the like from people that didn’t know her, never met her, wouldn’t have known her if they saw her, apparently just because her father is a famous twat.

        Loads of people, hundreds and hundreds of thousands of them, die every day, and I didn’t know or care about them either.

        Why people don’t expend their emotional efforts on their nearest and dearest, there own friends and neighbours, their own parnts and children, instead of the junkie children of pompous wankers they have never met baffles me.

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    • 66
      PC PC Plod says:

      What a strangely suspicious mind you have sir! Look it’s all down to a diet of liquidized vegetables so there’s nothing to see hear move along please.

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      • 77
        just a thought says:

        Will the inquest be open and transparent or will aspects of it be
        kept secret like in the case of the young lad groomed by famous
        gay comedian Mr X?

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      • 89
        Mitch says:

        I saw a documentary once about River Pheonix, and this guy who’d also been a child star who fell into drugs was saying he could see Pheonix was struggling so he went to his house to offer some advice. He said that a flunky sent him away saying everything was fine, and that Phoenix didn’t even eat meat.

        The guy on the documentary said: “well, he doesn’t eat anything now”.

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        • 117
          A sad death says:

          Wow. I actually remember that documentary AND that quote! It was actually Phoenix himself who spoke to the guy, who now works as a counsellor to former child stars and recovering addicts, and the rest is as you quoted.

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  18. 34
    Augean Stables Cleansing Operative says:

    Never mind the committee, the whole place needs shutting down…..benders, fleecers and tossers. Perhaps Vlad could give a quick assessment and invade.

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  19. 35
    ANON. says:

    Liberals are pushing for independence of the Northern and Western Isles.

    ‘Going well: Western and Northern Isles’ three days of serious talks in London on devolution’

    http://forargyll.com/2014/04/going-well-western-and-northern-isles-three-days-of-serious-talks-on-devolution-in-london/

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    • 47
      Augean Stables Cleansing Operative says:

      Isn’t there some oil or something near there?

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    • 51
      One Man One Vote says:

      We should abolish the Western Isles as a parliamentary constituency altogether. It is franky obscene that an elecorate that small is allowed an MP in parliament as well as representation in the Scottish assembly when the Isle of Wight, with 5 times as many voters, only has one MP.

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    • 74
      One Man One Vote says:

      The Western Isles electorate is a mere 21,837 voters. Why the fuck should they be allowed to dilute the value of every other voter’s franchise in the UK?

      Why is the opinion of a person in the Western Isles considered three times or more more important than anyone in England? It is a fucking disgrace.

      Angus McNeil should be expelled from Parliament and his constituency abolished: the electorate amalgamated into some other constituency.

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      • 131
        Are you a tit or what ? says:

        Yeah your right, what with the state of the economy, the tyranny from Brussels, the worsening situation in the Ukraine , we really do need to abolish he Western Isle constituency. Obviously!

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        • 140
          Twampersand mk II says:

          First two points are valid. Couldn’t give a shit about Ukraine. Bomb it, for all I care. Glass it over, sell it to France, turn it into a nudist colony, IT’S NONE OF OUR BUSINESS!

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      • 141
        MB. says:

        You obviously have no idea of the distances involved in travelling around the Western Isles.

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      • 158
        Terry Major-Ball says:

        The Isle of Wight needs 10 000 more voters so that it could have 2 seats.

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  20. 37
    Renoir says:

    The Mirror thinks that the public will burn down Parliament. I personally see no reason why we should destroy a perfectly good piece of real estate owned by the public. It would make a fine ten pin bowling alley and nightclub complex. All the MPs need to do is to meet in the car park.

    As for their second homes, let’s just seize them and rent out the rooms to homeless and alcoholic lodgers, leaving one room for the MP to use when he is in town.

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    • 48
      Disney PR man says:

      Make it into a theme park

      Sally could show the children her nickers for some light entertainment

      Squeaker could climb ladders to make himself feel important

      And the kweers could perform paid public buggery

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  21. 39
    CCHQ says:

    Grant Crapps, the last of the Mohicans, will be giving a statement to solve this whole problem

    Followed by Bung Me Feldman the other Co-Chair (the Tories answer to Lord Cashpoint and proud of it)

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  22. 41
    EU Funded Pro-EU Troll says:

    Vote UKIP

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  24. 43
    Sir Mary Flappes says:

    Half the problem is that learned judges consider 4 weeks ‘on the landings’ as they say, to be punitive. These slimey sausages of fecal fudge need to be given sentences which are numbered in years, or even decades.

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  25. 44
    Augean Stables Cleansing Operative says:

    Esther, are you still waiting next to the phone, luv?

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    • 60
      Shouty Esther says:

      I’m reading this book all about how to be assertive when you know feck-all about your brief.
      What exactly is a unemployed person and how can I sanction more of them?

      Iain likes it when I sit next to him….makes him feel loved!

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      • 84
        Fishy says:

        There have always been sanctions

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        • 102
          Shouty Esther says:

          Yes.
          But only Iain has made the grow exponentially.
          It’s looking like a million this year and I have do say we are absolutely delighted with the suffering.
          Let them surf the bins, that’s what I say.
          (can I claim for this?)

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  26. 52
    Geoffrey Chaucer Excise man says:

    Conservative vote -1

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  27. 55
    Just make Brillo DG of the BBC says:

    Only Brillo has the guts to rip Labores like Abbott to pieces.

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  28. 56
    Increasingly pissed-off taxpayer says:

    How can she possibly still be in office with all this pressure?

    What has she got on that gay loving bumsex t(u)rd in No.10?

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    • 104
      Labour is the nasty party. says:

      Brown is not now in No. 10.

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      • 124
        40 yrs a tory voter,twat says:

        …And the present “conservative” party,under the present EU loving leadership is,
        ..Nasty,perverse,cruel,unempathetic,inept, very unpatriotic toward Britain,out of touch and cruel!

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  29. 58
    Politics 101 says:

    Never waste a crisis. This would have been a perfect moment for Cameron to humiliate a troughing MP caught with her hand in the till.

    Instead he’s supporting her, is he mad?

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  30. 67
    Guy News Room says:

    One Urgent Question today from John MannMP on regulating complaints about fellow MPs.including Maria “The Bitch” Miller.

    More details to follow.

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    • 83
      Slightly thick John Mann says:

      Today I will be driving my Citroen Picasso without a single wheel nut fitted.
      It’s an engineering miracle.

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  31. 68
    Old Nick Heavenly (alive and kikin) says:

    The Court of Public Opinion was shut down years ago.

    NOE of them care what the public think.

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  32. 70
    Max says:

    David Cameron and Maria miller are showing utter contempt for the whole electorate of this country. If Cameron can’t gauge the feeling of the population and sack miller he is not fit to be prime minister.

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    • 110
      inside out says:

      The electorate of Basingstoke have the answer in their hands,either deselect her or just not vote for her at the next election.One MP not returned because of greed would send the message that the public cares about an MP’s conduct.The only reason that MP’s get away with treating us with contempt is because we let them,we should vote for the person not the party they represent.At the forthcoming European elections the good people of Basingstoke should just not vote for Conservatives,vote for anyone but them. No votes for Conservatives might engage Cameron’s mind.

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      • 129
        Old boy network says:

        ….By the GE,i suspect Dave will have taken a chapter out of the Blair/Brown/Mandelson book of networking and set himself up very nicely,having used Our British Parliament to achieve this,handing the problem onto the next trougher(s)….

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  33. 71
    Old Cynic says:

    Maria’s expensive expenses is surely a prayer answered for Dave – to go down in history as the last ever PM of the conservative party he’s got to lose votes from now on. Dave’s been doing his bit, but nice that Maria has thought to help.

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  34. 73
    The 1922 Committee says:

    Tory Back benchers “tearing their hair out” over Maria Miller warning Cameron he will lose election if he doesnt dump her and repeal the bumsex law

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      Augean Stables Cleansing Operative says:

      Can you read articles on the torygraph now without being limited to thirty per month?

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  36. 78
    Bang the Slapper up says:

    The Dunce Of Downing Street has ‘some serious questions to answer’ over Maria Miller’s approach to expenses probe and’perfunctory’ apology and bumsex.

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    • 94
      The mandate of heaven says:

      I am not interested in him answering any questions. I want him to fuck off. I am tired of him. He is clearly unfit to govern this country.

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  37. 82
    neitherdeadnoralive says:

    The ones who get fired, fined and/or jailed are outside the circle; the likes of Miller and Mandleson obviously know where the bodies are buried.

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    • 90
      The Public says:

      I don’t care. All that has been confirmed in my mind is that they are all guilty and everyone should go.

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  38. 86
    PM with Zero credibility says:

    This is looking like an epic fail of biblical proportions.

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    • 93
      God says:

      Wait till the House of Commons floods before you make comparisons like that. At the moment this is a man-made farce of Ruritanian proportions.

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  39. 96
    Barry Shitpeas says:

    Later today, I will be setting my Transit Van ablaze and driving it through the front door of Basingstoke Conservative Club.
    Would somebody please notify Sky News and get that lovely Sophy Ridge over here.
    Phwoar

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  40. 103
    Anonymous says:

    Has there been an instance in the past few years when Mr Cameron has exhibited sound judgment?

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    • 109
      CON GAIN says:

      Plenty. Cutting EU budget, slashing windfarm subsidies, humiliating Prez Hollande with a pub lunch, privatising Royal Mail, school reform, the list is longer than most thing.

      But he’s doing something very wrong in backing Miller, he could have made an example of her.

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      • 136
        Fred the pensioner says:

        He did not cut the EU budget. He merely persuaded them to take a smaller increase in it than they had originally planned. So actually the budget went up, not down.

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  41. 106
    Politicus says:

    Cameron shouldn’t have blocked the Right of Recall bill.

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  42. 108
    Big girls do it better. says:

    She’s a BBW MILF though!

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  43. 111
    What Manifesto promise? says:

    The only real people he engages with are low threat supermarket staff or warehouse folk.
    That makes for an easy ride!

    It would be pretty nasty if he was confronted with anyone with their brain in gear.

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    Lke you said the bankers ARE scum says:

    If there is to be an outside body making such decisions then it should be her local constituents and should be done by a special ballot. That way we don’t have special interests trying to change the make up of those elected by their constituents

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  45. 113
    Nemesis says:

    The Right Dishonourable Piggy Miller member of Cameron’s ConDem Cabinet. I wonder what they all talk about around that table when she’s sitting there – ‘don’t mention expenses’?

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    Anon. says:

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    Anonymous says:

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      Hear Hear says:

      fleetstreetfox ‏@fleetstreetfox 3h
      How do you prosecute a problem like Maria? http://bit.ly/1gEgZwO pic.twitter.com/WOfqdskCje

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      Vlad the Loudhailer says:

      The answer is simple, all MPs, Peers et al who have claimed falsely for expenses have committed FRAUD. Having committed a criminal act they should be arrested and put on trial.
      The excuse that many have done it is not a defence. If the police don’t act then we are on the road to revolution. God help us all.

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    Knobcheese in Number 10 says:

    I totally agree with IDS that those who abuse their benefits should be severely dealt with.

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  49. 142
    Not been following ... much says:

    Time to be serious here. The tories will lose the next election because of this. I don’t want Ed Miliband to be my Prime Minister just for this reason, I want him to earn it like a proper man.

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    • 144
      Not been following ... much says:

      I don’t mean “the next election” – I mean the general one next year!

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  50. 149
    Anonymous says:

    This is the architect of buggering up marriage, isn’t it?

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  51. 156
    Nigel Farage doppelganger says:

    Piggy in the miller

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  52. 157
    Maimed Codger says:

    Like the Ed’s, Nige must be praying, she stays..

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