April 28th, 2014

Exclusive: Leadsom “A Liability” “Might Break Laws’ Record”
HS2 Vote: “She Doesn’t Get to Abstain”

dt-hs2Late on Friday night there was a panic in the Treasury and the Department of Transport when The Telegraph published pledges, taken from her own website, by the newly appointed Treasury minister Andrea Leadsom to oppose HS2. Here is the email exchange between Rupert Harrison, George Osborne’s SpAd who is also known as Osborne’s brain, Julian Glover, the boyfriend of The Times commentator Matthew Parris who was a former Guardian commentator turned Cameron speechwriter and is now a Special Adviser at the Department of Transport.  Tom Kelly who was Blair’s Downing Street spokesman now spinning for HS2. The other names are assorted SpAds and spinners.

al-no-hs2What this reveals is that either Andrea Leadsom betrays her promises to her constituents or she faces down George Osborne.

If she goes missing from the HS2 vote tonight she has successfully defied the Chancellor she once told to “f*** off“, again… 

N.B. Emails have been partially redacted. Best read from bottom up. 

UPDATE:  Treasury is denying Rupert Harrison received the last email.

Sent: Friday, 25 April 2014 23:46

To: Rupert Harrison HMT; hmtspad;
Subject: FW: Tel splash [Non-Record]

I told you she’s a liability – humiliating George two weeks in. Might break Laws’ record..

Let’s kill it, but she doesn’t get to abstain. Agreed?

hs2-protestors

From: press
Sent: Friday, 25 April 2014 23:25
Subject: FW: Tel splash
From: Paul Starbrook
Sent: Friday, 25 April 2014 23:23
To: Wendy Fielder; Ben Mascall; Tom Kelly; Julian Glover; Ben Ruse; Matthew Brook; David Prout; Paul Malley; Peter Wilson; _SofSOfficeDuty List; _Press Office Operational List;
Subject: RE: Tel splash
TBA
No1o have asked us not to issue anything from the department and point them in the direction of HMT if we get any calls.

From: Paul Starbrook
Sent: 25 April 2014 23:15
To: Wendy Fielder; Ben Mascall; Tom Kelly; Julian Glover; Ben Ruse; Matthew Brook; David Prout; Paul Malley; Peter Wilson; _SofSOfficeDuty List; _Press Office Operational List;
Subject: RE: Tel splash

Will do

From: Wendy Fielder
Sent: 25 April 2014 23:15
To: Paul Starbrook; Ben Mascall; Tom Kelly; Julian Glover; Ben Ruse; Matthew Brook; David Prout; Paul Malley; Peter Wilson; _SofSOfficeDuty List; _Press Office Operational List;
Subject: Re: Tel splash

Thanks Paul.

Tomorrow morning, will be interesting to hear what Today does with this, can you keep an ear out. Cheers,

Wendy

Sent from my BlackBerry

From: Paul Starbrook
Sent: Friday, 25 April 2014 23:12
To: Wendy Fielder; Ben Mascall; Tom Kelly;Julian Glover; Ben Ruse; Matthew Brook; David Prout; Paul Malley; Peter Wilson; _SofSOfficeDuty List; _Press Office Operational List;
Subject: RE: Tel splash

All

Nothing on PA as yet
Have spoken to HMT they are looking to push this to their SPADS (Rupert Harrison) to deal with it and are not planning to issue a formal HMT response but I have shared Wendy’s line with them and no10.
They have had bids from Today programme and calls from News channel

Paul

From: Wendy Fielder
Sent: 25 April 2014 22:56
To: Ben Mascall; Tom Kelly; Julian Glover; Ben Ruse; Matthew Brook; Paul Starbrook; David Prout; Paul Malley; Peter Wilson; _SofSOfficeDuty List
Subject: Re: Tel splash

Ben,

Sounds sensible, I think if we get calls we can pass onto you. I think if PA pick up on it we could use the following, but we’ll flag before we issue.

Paul if you can let Treasury know this would be the tenor of our line.

Ben obs you may want to talk to Treasury spads. If Deighton does do bids Monday he will get asked about this, but i’m sure he’ll deal with it sensibly.

Wendy

A Department for Transport spokesperson said:

“HS2 has cross party support because it is a once in a generation opportunity to create jobs and develop skills, provide the extra space we need on our rail network for commuters and freight and better connect our northern and midland cities. We are on track for spades in the ground by 2017.”

From: Ben Mascall
Sent: Friday, 25 April 2014 22:46
To: Wendy Fielder; Tom Kelly; Julian Glover; Ben Ruse; Matthew Brook; Paul Starbrook; David Prout; Paul Malley; Peter Wilson; _SofSOfficeDuty List
Subject: Re: Tel splash

Sounds sensible – I think given it is quite political may be simplest to pass calls on to me, which I am happy to take. The article itself acknowledges that collective responsibility is a standard and well known principle of british politics and her views are well known.

From: Wendy Fielder
Sent: Friday, April 25, 2014 10:42 PM GMT Standard Time
To: Ben Mascall; Tom Kelly; Julian Glover; Ben Ruse; Matthew Brook; Paul Starbrook; David Prout; Paul Malley; Peter Wilson; _SofSOfficeDuty List
Subject: Re: Tel splash

Thanks Ben, seen that Paul just sending round a screen grab of the front page.
Basically they’ve taken comments made by the Minister prior to her becoming a Minister.
I think if asked we should use a standard statement making clear that there is cross party support for the project.
We’ve had no calls so far and no bids from broadcast. We’ll keep and eye on PA.
Wendy

Guido’s friends in the Lobby will now try to find out who sent the email to Rupert Harrison…


129 Comments

  1. 1
    Jo Big Nose says:

    Daily Politics is back and it’s me and the liblabcon vs ukip the racist party :) :) :)

    Like

    • 2
      Dame Tessa says:

      We shouldn’t have apologized for all the immigration under the last Labour government!

      Lenny Henry is a great human being. Never made racist jokes against white people ever.

      Like

      • 31
        Haggard Droopy Jowells, when asked why NooLieBore apologised for IMMIGRATION, spluttering says:

        Sch phwa tcharphar tshter scha . . . (Continues for 94 pages)

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        • 55
          And now what says:

          Jowell said something that made sense. “UKIP is a rebuke for mainstream politics.”

          Yes, so now what? What will be done about it? Something or nothing?

          Like

      • 68
        Lenny Henry says:

        Ok, a few Irish people. But they don’t count, surely? No-one actually laughed.

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      • 121
        broderick crawford says:

        ” …-assorted spads and spinners “” !!!

        Can you imagine the scene at the jobcentre

        Previous occupations?

        Er …Spad … before that I was a spinner .

        Don ‘ t think We ve ever cone across these job descriptions before here at the Employment Dept .

        Ohh …. this isn ‘ t employment as such we just get paid by taxpayers for lounging around Whitehall at all hours trying to dream up crises which we can then solve ….. or not as tge case may be.

        I seeee…. is a spad similar to a spud but more refined ?

        Er well yes … just as a spinner is not quite a winner … just a lot dimmer.

        Thank you Sir .. your first Giro will arrive next week.

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    • 4
      Anonymous says:

      Who the female presenter that looks like Paxman in drag?

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    • 8
      Faceoff says:

      Yay Emperor Mingis is back. Say is that a face transplant or botox?

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    • 24
      Wah wah pedal says:

      I really don’t know why I waste my lunch time watching this lefty rubbish. Coburn asking leading questions to the left then using this to confront those she disagrees with and not allowing a proper response.
      It is the BBC after all I suppose.

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    • 34
      WTF ecoloons says:

      Greens on daily politics ha ha ha. Why is it everything the greens say doesn’t add up.

      They want immigration and oppose UKIP yet believe Climate Change is real.
      Surely immigration makes Climate Change worse? More people more houses more cars more energy use required more water used etc.

      Doesn’t add up, does it?

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    • 48
      táxpáyér says:

      Davistan

      Nigel Evens restored to office.
      Man arrested for Reading out loud Churchill.

      I so hope Dave gets a kicking in the elections.

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    • 54
      Question of the day says:

      How many MPs still wear nappies?

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      • 65
        UKIP. ORG spokesperson says:

        Most of them Now !!!

        with the results of the latest polls + there Private Polls confirms

        the momentum towards UKIP is still increasing & is unstoppable !!

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    • 73
      dai helpfully says:

      all she’s trying to do is ensure that the needy farmland speculators of north southamptonshire are even better compensated for not doing what they can’t be bothered to do properly now than they would be under osborne’s tsr2 compo plans

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    • 119
      broderick crawford says:

      ANDREA ANSTALT SAYS

      All this flak just for having an opinion ?

      Sod this for a game of politics lifes too short .

      I m off to Vaduz. Don t expect me back this side of an Alpine tsunami.

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    • 123
      broderick crawford says:

      Re the Telegraph photo .

      Ever wonder what would happen if Baby G poo ‘d on Kate s arm in public . ?

      Would some flunkey be ready with a change of dress to blend in with the new colouring ?

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  2. 3
    Guy News Room says:

    Guido’s friends in the Lobby will now try to find out who sent the email to Rupert Harrison…

    Owen Jones has been ruled out !

    Like

  3. 5
    Tommy The Tank Engine says:

    Even me and the lads think HS2 is a bad idea. Meanwhile the fat controller is worried about yewtree…

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  4. 6
    the mystic mould with the appearance of the face of Jesus says:

    what does
    “no votes for george stop you with HS2 HS2 now” mean ?

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  5. 9
    can work won't work says:

    I have a train set

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    • 106
      Anonymong says:

      Unfortunately you were in the queue for brains instead of trains when they being handed out and you ask for a small set.

      ThankyouThankyouThankyouverymuch.
      Here all week, pass the hat round, son.

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  6. 11
    Anonymous says:

    I don’t know who this woman is and I don’t care.

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  7. 13
    Anonymous says:

    Like

    • 15
      Anon says:

      Yet the Daily Politics just so happened to get rid of the UKIP spokesman when discussing this issue with their comrades aka LibLabCON.

      They really don’t care that we see this bias do they???!!! Shocking!

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    • 17
      Fishy says:

      UKIP wanted THREE line at the last election

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      • 25
        Fishy says:

        12. Transport
        •Invest an extra £3 billion p.a. in the UK’s road and railway system
        •Introduce three new high-speed rail lines, and re-open some lines closed by Beeching
        •Shelve plans for the sixth Heathrow terminal and third runway in favour of a Thames Estuary airport
        •Make foreign lorries pay to use British roads with a ‘Britdisc’ and ban the EU’s ‘superlorries’
        •Subject parking charges and revenue-raising devices, e.g. speed cameras to greater democratic control

        http://southcambsukip.org.uk/ukip_mini_manifesto_201004_v01.html#transport

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        • 74
          HS2 No, No, No, No, no! says:

          @ Fishy 25

          You missed one of the targets:

          Spend £600 million on the Tatton bend to ensure HS2 bypasses Osborne’s constituency…nothing to do with George…

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    • 22
      Mornington Crescent says:

      ITS very own, you illiterate cretin.

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    • 39
      Bosun Higgs says:

      UKIP have a point, but if we don’t build HS2 the state would not, in fact, make the same investment elsewhere. The money would be dissipated in current spending, like most of the cash they borrow or extort.

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    • 61
      Doesn't add up? says:

      They are investing the same amount in existing rail network as in HS2?

      That UKIP policy doesn’t add up?

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  8. 14
    Airstrip One says:

    Thanks Guido. We all know our country is no longer a functioning democracy, but it is just as well to remind ourselves that this isn’t an accident and that there are identifiable lowlifes on the public payroll whose job it is to ensure that pathetic state of affairs continues.

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  9. 16
    Fishy says:

    Build HS2 now….stop all the fucking about and pandering to the UKIP mob (who wanted three High Speed lines at the last election), most of ‘em will be dead by the time it’s built – or if it isn’t will leave their grandkids a museum to live in.

    Build HS2 now.

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  10. 18
    The Sixth Earl of Nimbey says:

    These new-fangled railroads can only lead to an unwarranted elevation of tradesmen and the mobility of the working class. They will destroy the time-honoured fabric of British society, cause cows to miscarry their calves and lead ladies into indiscretion.

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    • 36
      experience says:

      Don’t worry. They will be so fucking expensive only the BBC, the civil service and corrupt MPs on expenses will use them.

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  11. 19
    Just saying says:

    HS2 would be another huge of waste of money.

    If high speed trains were all they’re hyped up to be, Japan’s economy should have boomed for the last decade and more.

    HS2’s just another symptom of coalition’s addiction to debt.

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    • 40
      @hateliebour says:

      HS2 is from the EU’s orders and was given to Liebour to sort out but they preferred to allow all the houses on the proposed route to be blighted while they waited for loony Camorons Cobnservatives to get stuffed with the crap, just like the Post Office.

      Like

  12. 20
    Cynic2 says:

    Her website has vanished!!! Pouf. She is now a non-person

    Like

  13. 21
    fancy that says:

    Ed Miliband takes one-and-a-half minutes to do a rubik’s cube

    Like

  14. 23
  15. 26
    Hate filled, racist, misogonistic, deranged, psychotic and lazy, troughing UKIP candidate says:

    wot is this sluts nationality?

    Like

    • 113
      catesby says:

      So Scamerons advisor is a former Grauniad journalist who is the boyfriend of the left-wing BBC presenter Parris?

      Like

  16. 29
    @hateliebour says:

    They have that loony Green woman on Daily Politics, I hadn’t realised the LibLabCons are not the only ones scared stiff of UKIP, brilliant, the damage the Greens have done through Liebour will take years upon years to recover from, the seabed, the uplands with all those vile windmills will all repaired.

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  17. 35
    Mornington Crescent says:

    To all male heterosexualists: do ‘mouse over’ the La Perla ads…

    Thank you.

    Like

  18. 37
    The Tit in No. 10 says:

    I’m always looking for a fresh challenge!

    Last time it was bumsex.

    Now what can I find ?????

    Any ideas Common People ???

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  19. 38
    Ockham's Razor says:

    This morning, I put my name down on a list entitled Those who wish take part in a series of lewd acts with Lizzy Vaid that are too graphic to print or even describe…

    It turned out that I was applicant number 2,437,869. But the worst part is that none of us on the list will be chosen anyway. :-(

    She is absolutely gorgeous…

    *sigh*

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    • 58
      The most amusing claim ever says:

      Lucky s*d. All I keep getting is bloody e mails from Shapps asking if I am available to take a phone call from David Cameron at 6.45pm tonight

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    • 90
      táxpáyér says:

      On one party for Pretty girls, it’s UKIP.
      Labour: minging dykes.
      Lib: Copraphiles.
      Con: Benders.

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  20. 46
    Labour=Waste says:

    Who are these plonkers and why am I being forced to pay taxes to pay their wages?

    Like

  21. 49
    Cressida's Dick says:

    David Ruffley MP, a bit of news for you.

    I don’t need to be made more aware of Cameron’s pledge on an EU referendum as I understand it very well. He’s a proven liar and I don’t believe anything he says.

    Gerald Howarth MP, a bit of news for you.

    I don’t need to know the detail behind Cameron’s pledge to renegotiate our relationship with the EU. He’s a proven liar and I don’t believe anything he says.

    David Cameron MP, a bit of news for you.

    If you think that UKIP voters in the Euro elections will return to the Tory fold in sufficient numbers in the GE to keep you in number 10 you are as deluded as the pair above. In addition you’re a proven liar and I don’t believe anything you say.

    Vote LibLabCon, get more of the same expenses troughing, self interest serving, kiddie fiddling dissemblers that has bought the country it’s knees. We need to clean house of these people.

    Vote UKIP, get UKIP.

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    • 53
      +1 says:

      Well said.

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    • 57
      Nick Clegg says:

      The europhile Cameron has had months to ‘renegotiate our relationship with the EU’. What has he achieved? Nothing. Merkel sat in front of the entire ruling class in Parliament and politely told him to fuck off. The French have done the same via their poodle media.

      He knew this would be the response even before he promised it. His worthless promise on this ‘renegotiation’ was a charade from the beginning – it was designed merely to gain time in the hope he could fool the public. He has failed.

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    • 66
      Roll over again, Dave says:

      Yep, and by proceeding with HS2 Cameron really does send a strong signal to the EU about renegotiating the relationship.

      Poor timing, given the pledge on a referendum.

      Then again, the spineless hypocrite probably realises he’s been rumbled on that, and plainly couldn’t care.

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    • 127
      (That's enough Eds, Ed!) says:

      + several million!! Go Nige!

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  22. 50
    Just saying says:

    Love the bit from Ben Mascall saying:

    “The article itself acknowledges that collective responsibility is a standard and well known principle of british politics… ‘

    Has Ben or anyone else mentioned that to the LibDems in coalition?

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  23. 56
    Long John Silver' s parrot says:

    This whole train story just show what is wrong with Britain.

    It is self self self all of the time.

    Being able to get from London to Birmingham in the blink of an eye can only be good for the economy yet people cannot see further than the ends of their own backgardens in leafy Warwickshire.

    No vision, no civic duty. Simply pass the remote control and are there any crisps to go with this nice bottle of Merlot I have found in the fridge.

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    • 60
      The passenger not sitting anywhere near the smelly toilets says:

      Have you been to Birmingham recently? There is no reason for any sane person to go there, let alone go ‘in the blink of an eye’.

      What is really needed is central trunk railway to carry freight. HS2 is a wanking fantasy for politicians.

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    • 62
      Quietly flows the Avon says:

      “…….their own backgardens in leafy Warwickshire” Well that makes a change as the County Council usually stick anything they don’t like(from speed humps to speed cameras) in the North of Warwickshire…so long as nothing impinges on the better bit of the county

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    • 67
      Blue Peter Goldfish says:

      A possible saving of 20 minutes on a 3 hour journey is not my idea of a sensible way of spending 50 to 70 billion pounds and that over a construction time of 20 years, they never cease to piss money up against a wall.

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      • 77
        Mink says:

        who travels on a train? students old peeps and waster

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        • 88
          Blue Peter Goldfish says:

          Scousers traveling to Blackpool for a days begging.

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          • House of P@edos says:

            Maybe little boys travel on them unaccompanied.

            It’s got to be the only explanation.

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          • Your wife has very nice nipples says:

            Meanwhile here in France a whole kilometer of tramline comes for approximately 1.4 billion euros.

            And guess who provides the tramway?

            Good old Alstom PLC no less.

            And who pays Alstom’s invoices…………………..?

            As Bob Dylan once said the answer is blowing in the wind.

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        • 103
          You do not know who I am says:

          Only people who qualify for those special rail cards can afford the fares.

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      • 115
        Getreal says:

        +1

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    • 94
      táxpáyér says:

      70,000 million quid to save 20 minutes a trip…

      There’s no ROI in the universe on that.

      Of course those nearby the two terminals will see increased land-values from the train subsidies. Wonder if they donated to the LibLabCon party?

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    • 96
      Anonymous says:

      £50B to get there a quarter of an hour quicker.

      That amount of money could be much better spent elsewhere – increased broad band covereage and speed, NATIONAL rail network improvements, road improvements, energy security etc.

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    • 104
      Anonymous says:

      Steel wheels running on steel rails so very 21st century.1950s Beano was more creative.

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      • 107
        Anonymous says:

        Passengers could be shot down a barrel by nuclear explosion producing electricity at the same time.

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  24. 59
    Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Eco-loons says:

    If HS2 is such a good idea why don’t they raise the capital to build it by issuing shares as they did with Eurotunnel?

    Like

    • 70
      Blue Peter Goldfish says:

      That was a roaring success, when was it that they went bankrupt?.

      Like

    • 71
      Blue Peter Goldfish says:

      That was a roaring success, when was it that they went ban8rupt?. (idiot Modbot again).

      Like

      • 76
        Dee Fault says:

        If the do issue shares, will they issue lifetime reduced ticket rates for the initial share holders, just like they did with Eurotunnel?

        Like

  25. 64
    Koba says:

    HS2 will be a waste of money, fares won’t come down either. Compare the cost of a train journey from UK to Madrid and a corresponding flight, price reduction won’t happen.

    Like

    • 79
      Crafty fag says:

      I hope that fares will reduce on the existing routes whilst the toffs and troughers are on HS2.

      Possible?

      Like

      • 82
        Blue Peter Goldfish says:

        Anyway train drivers go on strike (tube again) on £45,000 a year, that’s your 20 minutes down the pan.

        Like

  26. 72
    David Camoran says:

    HS2 will halve the price of food and will improve everybody’s lives to the extent that the 3 day weekend will be introduced.

    Like

    • 86
      Blue Peter Goldfish says:

      Anyway train dr*vers (stupid modbot again) go on strike (tube again) on £45,000 a year, that’s your 20 minutes down the pan.

      Like

  27. 75
    Mink says:

    it is believed Henry VIII’s wife, Jane Seymour, enjoyed a tasty pasty on several occasions

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  28. 78
    Socialism is theft says:

    HS2 would be a good idea but for one obvious problem. The cost of finding the land to build it on is now so enormous (thanks largely to mass, uncontrolled immigration taking up so much extra land acreage) that it just is not feasible on price grounds. That also goes for new hospitals, reservoirs, roads and all other new infrastructure.

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  29. 80
    Am I going colour blind says:

    What does red ink signify?

    Like

  30. 81
    Anonymous says:

    Wot’s the Mirror on about re the minister from Bliar’s government and paedophile activities? Anyone know?

    Like

    • 105
      Tony says:

      I do. But don’t expect me to tell. I’d sooner you knew who all the people who bribed me are.

      Like

    • 116
      Researcher says:

      At the same time in 1998 as complaints were made about the Angell Home in Brixton,
      “moment of madness” Ron Davis resigned from the cabinet as did Peter Mandelsohn, although the events were no doubt unrelated. George Robertson resigned a few months later. Chris Smith remained until 2005.

      Like

  31. 84
    Cressida's Dick says:

    Many years ago the local transport authority here decided we needed a tram system to join us to the nearest big city ‘as it would drive trade in our town’. I was in a meeting as a retailer representative with said authority when it was pointed out to them that the scheme would have the opposite effect, shoppers using the tram in the opposite direction. The incredulous looks on their faces were a picture, the reply was along the lines of ‘we know best’.

    Many ye*ars later our town centre is in the top 3 for empty shops in the UK, the city at the other end of the line is booming.

    I notice Cheryl Gillan, the Tory MP for Chesham & Amersham, was railing (!) against HS2 in the Fail on Sunday yesterday. To be fair, she has always opposed it but realisation has now dawned that she’ll be sliced and diced by UKIP comes the GE.

    Vote UKIP, get UKIP.

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  32. 85
    John Tandy says:

    HS2 is an expensive white elephant……

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    • 101
      Manuel says:

      In Portuguese we say “Quem semeia ventos colhe tempestades” – which means. “Those who sow winds will reap storms”.

      Like

  33. 95
    Nigel Farage says:

    Use Clicapack to denounce Cameron’s politics. It’s a free website dedicated to european elections and already used by many.

    Like

  34. 102
    It begins! says:

    Police have identified “a number of suspects” as part of an investigation into alleged sexual abuse at a school linked to the late MP Cyril Smith. Greater Manchester Police (GMP) added more alleged victims had come forward over claims about Knowl View School in Rochdale from the 1970s. The allegations related to at least 11 potential suspects.

    Like

  35. 114
    catesby says:

    So Scameron’s adviser is a former Guardian journalist who’s the boyfriend of left-wing BBC presenter Parris?

    Like

  36. 124
    A Taxpayer says:

    Have all these people on the public payroll really got nothing better to do than send each other endless emails about this piffle? So much for working in politics to serve the public.

    Like

  37. 126
    Cider drinker says:

    ‘Julian Glover, the boyfriend of The Times commentator Matthew Parris ‘ Disgusting , why is this bumsex thing all the rage in media and political circles ?

    Like

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    Hey there, I really appreciate your post, it was really informative. I’ll be looking forward for your next post….
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