April 14th, 2014

EXCLUSIVE: Evans Accuser Denies Witch-Hunt
+ + Admits Witnesses Communicated Before Trial + +
+ + Wollaston’s Role Laid Bare, Told ‘Victim’ to Press Charges + +

One of the claimants who accused Nigel Evans of sexual assault has given his first and only interview exclusively to this blog. Guido confronts the accuser with claims that he lied in court and colluded with others as part of a conspiracy to destroy the former deputy speaker. The crucial role of Tory MP Sarah Wollaston in the case case going to court is laid bare, the claimant gives his reaction to the verdict and reveals he is considering launching a civil action against Evans. He also gives a tacit admission that witnesses were in communication with each other before the trial.

When Nigel Evans was found not guilty of all charges on Thursday the first reaction for one of his seven accusers was shock. Shocked because I couldn’t understand how the jury reached its conclusion on my count with the wealth of evidence that was presented in Court. I have to accept that, but it’s a bloody hard pill to swallow.” The judge did not agree in his summation about this supposed ‘wealth of evidence’.

That shock, he says, turned to anger when Evans appeared defiant in interviews with several Sunday newspapers. Nigel would not admit a crime, he did admit making an inappropriate drunken pass at me. Surely that is wrong. His audacity in the aftermath of the trial is galling. To see him paint himself as the victim in all this is just awful.” 

Evans has expressed considerable anger with Tory MP Sarah Wollaston, who the claimant confirms played a crucial role in the decision to press charges: “I met with her twice and we talked on the phone twice. She outlined that she believed I had a duty of care to other people to take it forward”.  Wollaston has even been in touch since the verdict. “That was it until after the trial when we spoke once.” Did she pressure him? “At no time did Sarah put me under any pressure whatsoever.” Did she, as Evans implies, have an ulterior motive? “I reject that idea entirely.” Many of Wollaston’s colleagues disagree…

This claimant was not accused by the defence of changing his story, unlike other witnesses during the trial. He was however accused of colluding with the other witnesses. When asked if he communicated with any of the other witnesses, the ‘victim’ dodged the question. When interviewed by the police they are obliged to ask you if you know or have reason to believe that anyone else has been a victim. I gave the police a bunch of names of people I knew had had similar experiences with Nigel.” Guido asked again. “Some of the victims knew each other. People who know each other talk but not about the evidence they are going to give in Court.” Guido says he will take that as a yes. This is the most defensive the ‘victim’ gets during the entire interview. He again refuses to answer but insists: “When I gave evidence I gave over my mobile phone to the police to analyse knowing that even deleted data could be recovered. The defence could find nothing in that data to prove their collusion suggestion because it just wasn’t the case.” Nothing in writing.

At this point Guido put it to the accuser that he was part of a witch-hunt, a conspiracy between ruthlessly ambitious people telling lies to destroy an honest man. He had been found out and Evans had been shown to be not guilty. “I am ambitious but I’m not ruthless. I have gained nothing from this. I wouldn’t have gained anything if they jury had returned a guilty verdict either. I have put myself through a long and painful trial where elements of my private life have been laid bare. I know I have ‘anonymity’ but my family and friends have easily pieced together which bits have been about me and that has been humiliating. I was advised by friends that going forward with my complaint would harm my chances of having a career in politics. I wasn’t focused on that. I was focused on doing the right thing and I stand by that.” No such anonymity for Evans.

Nigel Evans was cleared by a jury. They found that the accusers’ allegations could not be proved and indeed there were doubts about the testimony of the accusers. The admission that communication took place between witnesses before the trial suggests the judge was right to not “rule out the possibility that some form of collusion had taken place between some of the complainants”… 


  1. 1
    LB says:

    The result is a perverts charter.

    Stick your hand down someone’s trousers, grab their penis and get away with it.

    Grab the tits of the nearest woman, and you aren’t committing an offence.

    The mans a pervert.


    • 25
      Táxpáyér says:

      and Guido seems to be a pervert booster.

      Worst post ever.


      • 50
        Socialism is theft says:

        Agreed. Now Evans is free to molest at will. Shame on Guido.


        • 65
          dickiebo says:

          Certainly makes me think again about believing things said by Guido!


          • Don't give a shit about UKRAP, Liebore or the limp dumbs says:

            So, lets get this straight (no pun intended) – not guilty by a jury means guilty to the frothing UKRAP and LieBore trolls on here.

            Just so we know, mind.


          • Twampersand mk II says:

            Evans is a nonce and should be locked up. Guido regularly whines about Hancock’s appalling behaviour with women, and rightly so. Evans is no different, except he is an ass bandit, so that makes him untouchable (excuse pun) for fear of appearing ‘homophobic’.

            He’s a dirty, sexual bully, who tries to use his position of power to gain sexual favours from subordinates. He’s a cock-waving freak, and a pound to a penny he’ll do it again, and again and again.

            His next victim should give him a right good kicking.


          • Don't give a shit about UKRAP, the Limp Dumbs or LieBore says:

            So I’ll take that as a yes – not guilty of rape means guilty.



          • Sue Beale says:

            Oh congwatulations Nigel. You are wonderful.


          • Morgan's Organ says:

            Sarah is the ‘Nanny’ of the Nanny State. She wants you to pay more for alchohol because she wants to control drinking and we all suffer. She wants to control how you react to mental health issues so she will go off on ridiculous PC crusades against supermarkets and the like and a little more of your freedom is eroded. She is now ecouraging people to make serious complaints and the innocent suffer. Shape up Sarah!


          • RightwinggitRedux says:

            Sarah seems to be possession of Milfage, though…


          • Judging all the twats on here says:

            maybe hee can see this dickhead for what he is


          • Who's sorry now says:

            Your just pissed off because he can see what a lying twat this one is – wish some fucker abroad would name and fucking shame the little pimple dick!


        • 116
          Disappointed of Fulham says:

          This is not a posting of which you should be proud Guido.


        • 161
          Anonymous says:

          Oh well “Socialism”, at least they didnt print your name when you gave evidence against Nigel.I should shut your trap as somebody will out you if you dont !!!!!!!


        • 191
          ghwindyweather says:

          What part of not guilty don’t you get?


      • 73
        A Parliament of thieves & perversts says:

        This s nothing more than a gay bitch fight and as a taxpayer I object to any suggesion that we should pay for it in any shape or form.


      • 134
        the general public says:

        hear, hear


      • 186
        Velvet chasm, council gritter says:

        I shouldn’t worry about Evans; it’s unlikely he’ll be returned to parliament. In just over a year, he’ll be out never to be seen again. Let nature take its course, friends.


        • 210
          What part of not guilty don't you wankers get!!!!!! says:

          Awwwww friends for how long though ……..your twisted plan never worked ……god that must have hurt…..fucking hope so!!!!


    • 31
      Podiceps says:

      I don’t think he actually got away with the man’s penis. That would be GBH.


    • 35
      Frederick says:

      Did he say it was a “bloody hard pillow to swallow”


    • 91
      Anonymous says:

      Next night out I’ll put my hand in the knickers of any woman I fancy and if she complains I’ll just claim the Evans defence


      • 109
        Scumbag says:

        This verdict only empowers bumboys and MP bumboys at that. You try it on with female friends and you will be crucified.
        The spate of legislation promoting homosexuality is driven by homos at Westminster whose numbers rival that within the Church.


    • 165
      David Miliband says:

      A Wankers charter for politicians only, perverts please apply here. These people are beyond the pale and that includes the so called prime minister.
      I assume they are both closet members of PIE.


    • 166
      Mark Easton is coming to get you... says:

      Can’t we just seal up the doors and windows whilst they are all in, and put the footage of all the Lord of the Flies stuff on telly to replace the dross the BBC tries to pass off as mainstream news, comment, and light entertainment?

      Whatever Guido’s anal persuasions or whatever pressure he’s been put under, there’s no amount of rehabilitation for this lowly manphucker.

      The casual cursory way he talked about considering taking his own life and turning to the bible on the radio today made people like Mandelson sound honest and believable.

      The house is a decadant farce of flabby lying theiving homosexuals chasing each other round prep school dormitories like Peter Ustinov and Christopher Biggins, whilst instrospective working-class rejects gape in awe and barely hide their yearning to join in and be spanked and fingered, and to ascend their lowly roots to the ranks of the upper class daviants, and there isn’t a minority cause they won’t use and abuse to claw their way above the hoi polloi.

      Guido is playing with fire with his reputation by aligning himself in any way with these worthless streaks of shite. They will always try to seduce and co-opt any dissidents… beware of the brown side of the gayforce Guido… the gayforce is powerful…


    • 171
      Richard says:

      I agree. Evans wanted the highest position in Parliament yet he behaved like a drunk.
      If I had been at work and acted like him, I would have been dismissed. most businesses ban drinking during working hours and this should be the rule for MPs.


      • 203
        Psycho Sister says:

        Maybe they should ban all the groupies too whilst they’re at it! The fucktards will shag anyone for a job!


    • 189
      Howzat1932 says:

      I am given to understand David Davies is to host a wine party to bring Evans back into the parliamentary fold.It would be better if this was held off premises,firstly to save the taxpayers subsidising the wine and buffet.David Davies should then be asked if he shared a room and bed with a person he trusted how would he re.act if he was awakened to feel a penis up his rectum.I understand he was a military man as I was 3 para perhaps that’s how he came by marks to his forehead when he first appeared this is a shameful cover up by a parliament where it seems one has to be a bugger or adulterer to flourish.This is only going to give strength to UKIP. Who I shall give my vote i have been a Tory all my life 82 and counting.There is no alternative imagine voting for a party when an MP. poses in his y fronts looking for homosexual partners to add to the irony he sits for a Wales valley town still in Wales put a red rosette on it and it’s a shoe in.


    • 193
      ghwindyweather says:

      ummmm…………………………………….. not fucking guilty!


    • 213
      DC says:

      Too true,the bent barsturd.


  2. 2
    Harvey Proctor says:

    There are no gays in the Tory party. Just butch straights like me.


  3. 3
    Police Federation Spokesman says:

    At least this one’s not our fault.


    • 154
      The Growler says:

      Now this was held in Scotland there might have been a different judgement, there they have 3 verdicts guilty, innocent and the third not proven, in this case “not proven” would possibly have been the verdict, it’s very difficult to prove that something happened when there is no physical evidence to submit.


  4. 4
    Never thought I'd be saying a thing like that says:

    Can I suggest so as to avoid future scandals Nigel Evans gets married to a nice bloke and settles down instead of running around with men half his age.


  5. 5
    Arse sex arse sex arse sex! etc etc says:

    I never thought I’d see the day when Guido would come to the defence of an openly gay politician. The rabid posters here who bleat incessantly about “bumbandits” and “sodomites” won’t be happy.


    • 9
      C.O.Jones says:

      Have to agree with you in respect of the gay bashers here. They do get a bit tiresome.


      • 17
        Arse sex arse sex arse sex! etc etc says:



        • 54
          Socialism is theft says:

          Nothing against openly gay politicians but perverts are perverts whether they molest young men OR young women.


          • 80s bumboys never had it so good says:

            Funny how a lot of these perverts in the 80s were well protected. I guess molesting is ok as long as “he’s one of us”.


          • ánother Táxpáyr says:



          • Equality means special treatment for freaks says:

            I have got something against ‘openly gay’ politicians. If they think shit and the pipe it drops out of is sexually appealing they must be mentally ill and therefore not fit for office.

            Gayness is a mental illness, no different to saying one is sexually attracted to horses, or the filing cabinet. A sexual identity crisis. We should not have to put up with these freaks, it is a sign of a diseased mind, most usually followed by a diseased body.


          • Mars Attacks! says:

            Yeah, let’s not let any facts or science get in the way of that thought, usung the word thought extremely loosely.

            Have you thought (see what I did there!) of living in Ir4n? They like to hang them in public from cranes… You could clap your little symbols together untill you clockwork runs down.
            Shit for brains sock puppet.


          • Equality means special treatment for freaks says:

            Cymbals, shit for brains cock-puppet.


          • Don't give a shit about UKRAP, LieBore or the LImp Dicks says:

            Sorry so right, I did a spelling mistake. I bow to your superior spell check.
            You ARE still a c^nt. :)


      • 162
        Anonymous says:

        These anti gay, anti Guido comments are obviously from the people who accused Nigel, its fecking childish !


        • 167
          Mark Easton is coming to get you... says:

          No, Gaydo is being turned by the sinister dark forces of the left… into a… a… a… hypocrite! Oh! No! Oh! Woe!

          He’ll have to start checking every morning to see if a curly tail is starting to sprout from his back end.


    • 20
      M­a­­­­q­bo­­ul says:

      One nutter and an array of sockpuppets can do all that to create the impression that that’s the view of most on here.


      • 26
        Arse sex arse sex arse sex! etc etc says:

        Except a lot of the comments come from regulars like Size 14 carbon footprint et al.


      • 168
        Maqboul says:

        Anyone can call themselves Maqboul and make out that they speak for the silent majority… the left love minorities, except when they as a whole are in one… if you don’t agree with the left, then you must be made to, and ad homonemmed until you submit.


    • 27
      Táxpáyér says:

      Defence of an openly predatory sex abuser more like.


    • 29
      Fed up with hearing about it says:

      It is the homosexual single issue pressure groups who have pushed themselves front and centre into the public arena.
      Where everything and everybody are now judged on their attitude towards homosexuality irrespective of their good deeds and conduct in the wider context.

      A gay political movement which despises the institution of marriage fighting for the right for people to get married?
      Fuck off.
      It’s about rubbing peoples nose in ‘diversity’.

      Sex isn’t like the films it’s often a messy smelly business at the best of times.
      God only knows what a gay mans bedroom smells like.
      Nothing to be proud of I’m sure.


    • 127
      Anonymous says:

      Isn’t this neo Guido – Alex Wickham, something of a gay tart?

      Judging by his articles he certainly seems to attract a lot of attention from other sodomites.


  6. 7
    Owen fuckin' Jones - Working C-larse Hero says:

    sensational stuff from Guido – one might even see this as a mainstream exercise..


    • 86
      Maximus says:

      I think it’s necessary to reflect on, and learn from, the adverse effects this case will have on oligarchs’ perceptions the world over about whether to use the English legal system to pursue their mutual vendettas, and the consequences of any adverse perceptions on the Exchequer. We would, after all, prefer such disputes not be settled by the deplorable practice of suiciding of one or more of the parties involved.


  7. 10
    Round the Bend says:

    Attacking Woolaston is wrong, Evans, by stint of his continued hunt for young men, was the author of his own misfortune.


    • 16
      DtP says:

      Absolutely agree. She’s the only one to come out of this honourably.


      • 22
        100% Agree says:

        Considering what Evans was being accused of, she couldn’t have done anything else.


        • 68
          Well done her says:

          I’m impressed that she didn’t hide behind party loyalty in this case. Sands in stark contrast to so many other filthy thieving pervert supporters in all the parties who stand by their man/woman no matter what.


      • 100
        LB says:

        Exactly. Look at what the Lib Dems have done of Rennard, who by all accounts was no where near as bad a Evans. Or their cover up over Cyril Smith,


      • 147
        Twozin Portside says:

        Agreed, although she will pay a great price.


        • 169
          Maqboul says:

          If she’s smart, she’ll declare herself to be a lesbian, then she’ll be safe from the homofascist mafia.


      • 211
        What part of not guilty don't you wankers get!!!!!! says:

        Honourable …..now that truly is funny……stinks to high heaven


    • 126
      Anonymous says:

      If you wished to destroy the main accusers case what would be the best way to go about it ? Gather together “corroborating” testimony from other witnesses that the defence can blow a great big hole through thereby weakening the allegedly strong case of the main accuser?

      Was it a deliberate ploy to try and paint Evans as a serial abuser through a pattern of actions that could easily be demolished in court with unwilling witnesses who neither believed they had been abused or that a crime had taken place? Fatally undermine the main prosecution witness – job done !!


      • 170
        Colombo says:

        Quite so… it must be fantastically untrue that the reason they didn’t believe they’d been abused is because they didn’t believe they’d have any careers in politics had they not changed their story.

        It’s clearly also utterly untrue that Daviant is fully behind any sucksual daviant MPs and their fellow travellers, and it should come as a complete surprise how easily spooked a podgy or scrawny 21-year-old dreaming of Mandelsonian glory could be, especially if they love it up ‘em… threats of other stories coming out about them in the witness box too.

        It’s surely complete fantasy that very subtle witness intimidation can be very effective.


    • 194
      Dr Sarah (I'm a twat) Wollaston says:

      I knew it was a load of cock and bullshit, but just wanted to get him sacked cos I’m a mean fucking twat! I don’t think I’m long for politics because no fucker is speaking to me anymore!


    • 212
      Judging all the twats on here says:

      Maybe she should have had a real look at what she was defending!



  8. 11
    Not in my name says:

    Civil Action? Don’t make me laugh, I have hangover.


  9. 12
    Newsfox says:

    Juries do not decide if people are innocent – they decide if the amount of proof proffered takes the case beyond reasonable doubt. That is all they do.

    Interesting that in none of these recent cases, have the rich individuals sought proceedings against the complainants. Maybe because a civil court, ‘balance of probabilities’ test is a bit too risky. Also I don’t see any evidence yet to see what these individuals would have gained from a guilty verdict. People will cry compo but they wouldn’t have got much if anything and, given that making up allegations is a very serious offence, it would not have been an amount worth risking prison for.

    Evans also supported slashing legal aid.

    The guy was cleared following a legitimate investigation. That is how our legal system works.

    Unless you’re a ‘terrorist’.


    • 33
      Táxpáyér says:

      or a cleared person who the labour party wants to nail (blair ended double jeopardy let’s keep trying to convict him).


  10. 13

    So as I understand it, the result of the Nigel Evans trial is not a million miles away from ‘Not a criminal, but imbued with the same sexual morality, judgement & instincts that have made Handycock such an asset to _his_ party and to Parliament.’

    So, that’s alright then.


  11. 14
    Maria Miller says:

    What do you call a Russian wanker?


    Only joking it’s Putin.


  12. 15
    Uncle Monty says:

    If “making an inappropriate drunken pass” is now adequate grounds for a criminal prosecution, then we’re all b*ggered!


    • 18
      Mitch says:

      That wasn’t the most serious allegation, as you know.

      Evans has, at the very least, been a drunken letch. IMO his (confessed) behaviour went way beyond the acceptable and very probably became criminal, never mind what the jury decided.


      • 24
        Bosun Higgs says:

        No smoke without fire. Those tail-gunners are a rotten lot, if you ask me. You could easily find yourself in bed with one of them without meaning to.


        • 41
          Jack Dromey says:

          I expect that could happen very easily. Very easily indeed.


          • Gordon Brown, Prime Minister says:

            Yes indeed.
            Whenever Sarah’s friend visits and sleeps in our spare room prudently to avoid hotel Bills, Sarah gets inexplicable attacks of solambulism and sleepwalks to her room by mistake. Fortunately I am rarely disturbed as my evening cocoa has always seemed to work particularly effectively on those nights since that time I was awoken by strange groans and moans.(apparantly Gil was listening to midnight ghost stories on the radio!)

            Still, Gil is always kind enough to bring a few extra large cucumbers from her Canterbury allotment, though I must say the start tasting funny by the end oif her visit. but good food is always most prudently eaten fresh.


      • 195
        Judging all the twats on here says:

        Then it’s a good job you weren’t on the jury – the most serious allegation was the most laughable – what twat gets back into bed 3 times to be raped ffs! and lies to the police – he must be a right fucking nob!


    • 28
      M­a­­­­q­bo­­ul says:

      Try putting your hands down a woman’s knickers in the office after you’ve come back from the pub.

      You’d lose your job and as likely be done for sexual assault.


    • 30
      Anonymous says:



    • 42
      Anonymous says:

      It not singular, he made many “inappropriate drunken passes”.

      so you can continue to get dunk a few more times and make inappropriate passes (<.<)


      • 204
        Mother fucking Theresa says:

        He who is without sin cast the first stone – No – Nothing, well shut the fuck up!


  13. 19
    The British media are cunts says:

    We’re not interest in what gay boys get up to.


  14. 21
    Bosun Higgs says:

    The accuser sounds like an educated, politically-savvy man. How, then, could he have been forced to have sex against his will, unless serious violence or blackmail were used? “I wish I hadn’t been such a fool” is what he should really have said; now, he has betrayed victims of real sexual assaults.


  15. 23
    Gordon Brown says:

    Chase me!


  16. 32
    Your comment is awaiting moderation. says:

    Bite my tongue, bite my tongue


  17. 38
    First hand knowledge says:

    I have no reason to doubt the verdict given. But the picture painted of this man being a lecherous, drunken groper are valid. I have SEEN this on two occasions and have been told other stories (which given my experiences seem plausible).

    To be fair, being a disgusting sleaze is not the same as being a rapist. Nevertheless, this man isn’t fit for a position of authority because he abused this time and time again.


  18. 40
    Gerrie Mel says:

    tis a pity there’s not similar scrutiny paid to Cameron and Duncan Smith but then, they are both believers aren’t they?


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  20. 51
    was it something I said? says:

    It seems young gay men are at the same point young women were 40 years ago. Ie liable to be touched-up or groped with impunity.


  21. 53
    C O (Ξ7q1) says:

    Collusion among witnesses in a case like this almost makes the case for perversion of justice charges to be laid.

    Role of Wollaston remains obscure. Could she really be trying to lead a fem!nist revolt against what could be considered a dominant gay male fraternity in the HoC ?

    If that is the case, or can be given credibility, then Ed Miliband / Labour’s criticism of the gender make up of the Conservative front bench takes on a deliciously non-PC flavour that should be spun at the earliest opportunity against Labour.

    (Labour are really wanting to throw the gay vote under the bus now. Watch how their position on Musl!m’s is also changing – re Javid.)

    Safest bet for less divisive politics ahead, ironically: Vote UKIP.


  22. 55
    Mornington Crescent says:

    Precious, scheming perverts the lot of ‘em, prancing and preening at our considerable expense. And to think that they’re in positions of considerable power over us, passing the laws that restrict our everyday lives and telling us how to behave. They’re not fit to lick my shoes – let alone any other parts.

    Oh, sod the fucking lot of ‘em. Chuck them all over the Terrace wall into the cold Thames – at least that might calm their overactive ardour.

    But just before that, perhaps the oh-so-innocent Mr. Evans light like to tell us where the bruise on his forehead came from – the bruise that he felt necessary to cover with so much slap he looked like Widow Twankey on a binge.


  23. 57
    MacGuffin says:

    Wollaston is a Grade A Beeyatch.


  24. 60
    goggzilla says:

    Mr Evans ought to ensure that the names of those engaged in mendacious allegations are passed to bloggers abroad who can of course identify the malicious accusers.


  25. 61
    C O (Ξ7q1) says:

    Perhaps a sensible position for now.

    May G’ermany finally reap what it has tried to sow.


    • 144
      Nemesis. says:

      It’s to be hoped that Russia turn off its gas supply to Germany – that really would make them think again about going all greeny.


  26. 63
    Nemesis. says:

    Dirtbox Evans might not be guilty but his behaviour is appalling for a ‘man’ in his position. Is this and all the other weird sex pests in Westminster the best we can get to govern us!


  27. 64
    was it something I said? says:

    Is Guido suggesting that all these witnesses are lying? That Nigel Evans isn’t a drunken cock-hound whose attentions are frequently unwelcome?

    Or is the premise that yes, he is a drunken cock-hound whose attentions are frequently unwelcome, but there’s no law against that?


  28. 66
    Frank Carson says:

    I told a muslim I burnt pages of a koran. He burnt down my house.

    The joke’s on him. My house was full of korans.


  29. 67
    nell says:

    Whatever the legal position of this case it has opened up an absolute pandora’s box about unacceptable levels of drinking subsidised by us and unccaptable louche behaviour by people in positions of power. It isn’t just evans, look at the revelations coming out about cyril smith, look at rennard . This sort of behaviour would not be tolerated in a normal workplace so why is it being tolerated in westminster?!


    • 74
      C O (Ξ7q1) says:

      There is a much deeper box than just drink and a bit of groping being opened.

      Watch how the femin!sts are about to enter a b!tch fight with the gays.

      Will be protracted and nasty: Popcorn time :-)


      • 85
        was it something I said? says:

        I noticed that over the weekend. Harriet Two-Planks has decided to lump gay men in with ‘All men’ as further evidence of men’s appalling behaviour generally and why, in her opinion, there should be more wimmin in parliament.

        As you say – bitch fight = popcorn time.


        • 92
          C O (Ξ7q1) says:

          A guess:

          Might see Labour distance themselves from the likes of S’tonewall, and groups such as S’tonewall become more militant moving forward.

          The P’ed0 stuff is going to be back with a vengeance also.


        • 174
          Dolly the sheep says:

          In her opinion there should be more Hatie Harmfuls in House of Members.


      • 97
        Scientific Socialist says:

        I wondered how long it would take to become conscious of the internal contradictions in the LGBT community.


        • 120
          Not posting on any site where I have to register says:

          95% of all Guardian online comments on any subject are radical feminists slagging off transexuals for being fake women who should be gassed, and the other 5% are transexuals complaining that “transexual” is an adjective, not a noun.


  30. 69
    bergen says:

    Westminster always seems to be a parallel universe. Not much changes- Tom Driberg’s behaviour as an MP was infinitely worse 40/50 years ago. Politics simply seems to attract these characters. But Evans has suffered enough.


  31. 70
    Harriet Harman says:

    ‘A man walks into a bar’ why not a woman?
    Burn the heretic.


  32. 71
    Nermal says:

    I suppose if Cyril Smith came to trial today he would have been found innocent, all the like minded members in the HoC would be screaming “stitch up”. Also Van Clegg would be saying “this is news to me”.


  33. 76
    David Cameron says:

    The only issue is bumsex.

    Good Afternoon


  34. 77
    Aristander of Telmissus says:

    In today’s ‘Daily Mail’ piece about Cyril Smith, Tim Lougher MP is reported as saying, rightly, that “The Liberal Democrats need to put their hand up and say what happened then”.

    Surely that’s the last thing that we should be encouraging them to do. I think most of the trouble is that they have done far too much putting the hand up.


    • 87
      was it something I said? says:

      I’m amazed that Cyril Smith could even find his cock under all that flab let alone access anything with it.

      He’d need a mirror on the floor just to see the fucking thing.


      • 101
        Dorkass says:

        You may inadvertently have found the root issue. Had Smith been able to find his cock under all that flab, perhaps he would have had less reason to procure its discovery by others?


    • 114
      Gordon Brown, Prime Minister says:

      Sir Cyril was also a Labour Councillor for 14 years.


    • 119
      Mornington Crescent says:

      ‘Putting their hand up’ is what they’ve been doing for years. Will they able to accomplish the simple task of putting it up in the air, though? Don’t bank on it.


    • 124
      Táxpáyér says:

      Baron Smith of Harkonen?


  35. 79
    Nermal says:

    Is there something about Rochdale that breeds people Like Cyril Smith and grooming gangs.


  36. 80
    C.O.Jones says:

    Try posting it later, I have had “awaiting moderation” posts queued for hours. But those have been intercepted by the modbot.

    Strange that they were so “on the ball” for your posts.


  37. 81
    Just saying,, says:

    That Labour MEP Richard Howitt looks like Cyril Smith on a diet…


  38. 89
    Disenfranchised elector says:

    Welcome to the world we inhabit Nigel! Made very unpleasant by you and your privileged colleagues at Westminster.

    You have zero sympathy from the likes of this responsible hard working, overtaxed citizen. Pay your own legal fees, just like I would have to, and I cannot claim any of the obscenely generous allowances.

    And please stop whinging. You have been bitten, albeit not on the hand, by the PC dog you have feed. Get used to it, and learn to live with it as we have to.

    PS Your sexuality is immaterial, your behaviour is.


    • 94
      jgm2 says:

      Definitely. He, of all people, can go and fuck himself about claiming his legal expenses. He’s one of the ones that voted for doing away with legal expenses for defendants.

      Hoist on his own petard.


  39. 90
    C O (Ξ7q1) says:

    So, who exactly owns David Cameron ?


  40. 93
    Nigel Evans says:

    Feels good to be back up in a dress after being stuck at home for almost a week.


  41. 95
    the place that is on fire says:


  42. 96
    Who is the real enemy? says:

    First they demanded halal butchers. The left said any criticism of the barbaric practice is islamaphobic.

    Then they demanded mosques everywhere. The left said it’s their right.

    Hate preachers started indoctrinating young minds. The left said it was islamaphobic to criticise.

    Then they started wearing the burka in public. The left said it was islamaphobic to call it anti-social.

    Then they demanded publicly funded faith schools. The left said it’s their right.

    Then they demanded halal meat be served in secular schools. The left said it’s islamaphobic to complain.

    Then they demanded sharia law be permitted in cases involving muslims. The left said it’s their right.

    And then they launched a covert operation to take over secular schools in Britain where already one teacher has praised a suicide bomber in assembly. The left say it’s islamaphobic to even mention this issue.

    And when they start publicly lynching women, gays and J*ws, the left will suddenly fall silent.

    The left are the enemy in our midst. They have blood on their hands.


    • 176
      the price of social democracy says:

      …and in their underpants too, if they’ve been playing feelies with each other.


  43. 98
    Vlad the Bad says:

    Why are the Westminster Warriors suddenly doing a snowjob* on Nigel Evans?

    We’ve had Jerry Hayes in the Speccie, Dan Hodges in the Torygraph and now, God forbid, Guido all telling us how awful this was for the little darling.

    I’ve no problem with him being gay and of course accept the jury’s verdict. However, that doesn’t excuse the fact that he is a serial groper of junior staff and was warned by the Whips about his future conduct. He is not fit for public office.

    Sarah Wollaston behaved entirely appropriately. What else was she supposed to do?

    *I said, snowjob!


    • 123
      I'll give you a tenner if you want to grope my arse for 3 minutes says:

      I would suggest that he has the morals of a weasel, but that’s unfair to weasels.


    • 131
      Anonymous says:

      Google jerry Hayes. Accused of very similar behaviour to Evans in the 90’s.


      • 136
        Lord Wellard says:

        Jerry Hayes is but one of the scumbags responsible for the imposition of Blair Brown Terror in 1997 and all that has happened to Britain since. They ought to all be strung up, though I doubt we’d have enough piano wire!


    • 135
      Lord Wellard says:

      Absolutely. Guido’s desperate shilling for that vile weasel Evans suggests Mrs. Fawkes might be a beard too.


  44. 99
    Old Blue Eyes says:

    The sooner Westminster is cleansed of all these shirt lifters the better. Trouble seems to follow them around. If that makes me a bigoted homophobic then so be it. I wear the appellation with pride.


    • 177
      am i what i am... and it is what it is... says:

      …you’ll be wanting a march with that pride – reclaim the rainbow!


  45. 104
    Questions of our time says:

    Have there been any DA notices issued about Austr!a recently ?


  46. 106

    Nigel the Dear boy has my full support as he knows I am the Patron Saint of lost causes and I’m sure his constituancy party are right behind him (not in front better safe than sorry) now they know he spends his Parliamentary time getting pissed and trawling the bars for young men to shove his hand down their pants and follow to the gent’s. Just what’s needed in sodom and Gomorrrah.


  47. 107
    I wonder why says:

    Last year, Cliff Richard revoked his British citizenship and became a citizen of Barbados. He also had all his assets moved offshore. Coincidentally, Barbados does not have an extradition treaty with Britain.

    Any guesses as to Sir Cliff’s motives for this recent activity? :-D


    • 111
      Howdy do dere honey says:

      No Sir


    • 152
      Look it up says:

      Is Barbados still a member of the Commonwealth?

      If so, there are separate Commonwealth arrangements for extradition, but I think it has a different name. Mr Webb may not be as safe as he thinks he is.


  48. 108
    Maria Miller says:

    David and Samantha Cameron spend Easter break at ‘yoga retreat in Lanzarote’ http://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/470199/David-and-Samantha-Cameron-spend-Easter-break-at-yoga-retreat-in-Lanzarote


  49. 115
    hahahahahahahahahahahaha says:

    Mr Evans, an honest man?
    He was found to have charged the taxpayer £375 a month for four years for his mobile phone bills and claimed for four digital cameras in just 18 months in the expenses furore.


  50. 125
    Lets get real. says:

    Ok, we were not in the Court, but the judge had serious doubts it seems, and a number of witnesses for the Crown said they could not understand why he was charged, as for the above, well, lets face it he was not credible, if he had been then Evans would have been found guilty. I to have worked in the Commons and seen the assistants throwing themselves at the MP’s, no way is it a one way street. C4 if you think these young people are all innocent virgins then just shows how stupid they are. If a drunken pass is a criminal offence, half the country will be guilty, the best way to deal with that is a smack in the mouth. It matters not by who or the orientation. It would not surprise me if this witness made a complaint hoping to sell his story for a lot of money. Only it backfired and now this silly little queen is bleating. Pathetic.


  51. 128
    carlo gambino says:

    I love the way that needy people on here feel ‘obliged’ to reply to the first post in order to get higher up the page, rather than accept the fact that 260 people have posted before them and that they should be right down there in position 261.


    • 179
      missing the point says:

      None of the posters here are people, they are all the gestalt manifestation of a single bot.


  52. 129
    Graham says:

    With friends like Sarah Woolaston who needs enemies ?


  53. 130
    carlo gambino says:

    There is a tad much b*m-sexism on here.

    That said I read recently a lengthy biography of Tennessee Williams to get a better idea of the meaning of his plays and all that, and ditto a biography of Allen Ginsberg.

    Unfortunately in each book there seemed to be an ‘encounter’ on every other bastid page. I’m as tolerant as the next man but… enough already.

    Message to Nigel and all the rest lavenders out there – now and again just try and go at least 24 hours with a flaccid member FFS.


  54. 132
    Simon says:

    This must be the most badly advised interview of all time.

    Completely inappropriate and huge own goal. Harry Cole tweet spot on. Absolutely obvious what has gone on here.


  55. 137
    Pope Frankie the 97th says:

    Evans has been in public life long enough to have made a meaningful contribution and has failed to do so.

    All he has done is to bring Public Service into disrepute.

    An honourable man would stand down.


  56. 139
    What Justice? says:

    Poor guy! I hope he gets support for this! :(


  57. 140
    johnnygee says:

    I hope all the bleeding hearts who scream for blood will appreciate that it could happen to you. The CPS have become so spineless and frightened of critisism that they will prosecute anything. The days of “give it a run” are supposed to be over but you would not think it.

    The plain fact of the matter is in the recent caese the evidence has been weak, very weak and no jury worth the name are going to convict. It must be an abuse of the system to put people through this especially when it will also finacially ruin them.


    • 148
      Nemesis. says:

      Are you having a laugh!!! Actually the CPS prosecute too few instead of too many. Why wasn’t Savile prosecuted and that vile, obese monster Cyril Smith for instance? And how about the ganging up on the CPS by Evans and greasy Vaz and their ilk to try to stop them bring historical cases against MPs and Celebs. I wonder why – or really I fucking well know why!


      • 206
        What part of not guilty don't you wankers get!!!!!! says:

        Can’t make the guilty dead pay…….so we will set the innocent living up and try and convict those ……with a piss poor weak case isit!!!!!


  58. 142
    Phuquit says:

    With regards to Muslim matters please check out the following Islamic doctrines to be used when dealing with the Kuffar or unbelievers (that’s you lot). They are Taqiyya, Tawriya, Kitman and Muruna. Google them to receive enlightenment and you’ll never trust a Muslim again.


  59. 143
    Nemesis. says:

    Why all the support for dirtbox Evans at Westminster – and even on this blog from the blogmeister? I thought there was around 10% of the population who are homosexual not 90%. But leaving his personal leaning to one side – why is he not castigated for his behaviour? The bastard is trying to turn himself into a victim whereas most people know otherwise.


    • 188
      Tom Twatson says:

      Absolutely correct, and true to form for most Brown Hatters, they all act like prima donners and throw a hissy fit when caught! It’s also quite breathtaking that they believe their behaviour is somehow normally acceptable.

      We need a return to acceptable standards of behaviour and to rid Parliament of this trash!


    • 208
      Judging all the twats on here says:

      He was the victim, silly little rent boys thought they could ruin him – should get a psych report on this twat – he shouldn’t be allowed out without his mummy!


  60. 149
    Count me out of Camp Nigel. says:

    Creepy Evans & his supporters are in denial. Evans had/has a behavioural problem as a sex pest that lasted over a decade. He should seek counselling & sort it out. Makes for a safer society.


  61. 150
    Oh, really? says:

    Judges are in the main, far from stupid.

    They know when “witnesses” have been colluding and making stuff up.

    As happened in this case.


    • 153
      Look it up says:

      According to our good friend BW, most judges seem to be as bent as one of Geller’s little forks.


      • 164
        Blowing Whistles says:

        ‘Spoons’ actually. And what of Goldring (hillsborough Inquest), Pumphrey (now deceased), Richards (there are 2 judges) and his flahing on the tube, and quite a few more of the fuckers?


    • 199
      Judging all the twats on here says:

      even the prosecutor didn’t stay til the end – he left a junior in charge – shows how much faith he had in getting a conviction!


  62. 151
    Frankie goes says:

    This really is a car crash of an interview.

    What good did this person think it would do? Huge own goal.

    As Harry Cole says time to STFU. Talking about political career laughable


  63. 157
    Anonymous says:

    Perhaps it’s time we had a quota system for heterosexuals in Parliament.


  64. 158
    Anonymous says:

    Still on matters Welsh, does anyone know why David Melding, Welsh Assembly deputy presiding officer, was the only Conservative Assembly Member absent from the Welsh party conference last weekend? Loads of speculation. He was sorely missed…


  65. 160
    its spooky says:

    surely nigel should be going for these people for contempt of court?

    he will get anonymity and they will be exposed?


  66. 178

    Even the reporters who were there day after day at the trial said it was the weakest case they had ever heard, and had come to that conclusion within the first week of the trial!


  67. 185
    gildedtumbril says:

    It is my considered opinion, after much deliberation, that, in as much as virtually all of the hoc has vigorously pushed deviant unions, that virtually all of the members may reasonably be suspected of deviancy.
    So, I suspect all ‘model wives’ to be beards and all children to be the product of artificial insemination, surrogacy, adoption or purchase abroad, or perhaps at a car boot in Nairobi.The ‘females’ I would suspect of being deviant also. Especially the ones who spring to mind. Any of the 650 creatures not bent I would suspect of being not straight. We need a clean out of the Augean Stables where the dung must soon surmount the clock tower, incorrectly known as Big Ben.


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