May 2nd, 2014

WATCH: Clifford Arrives for Sentencing

Max Clifford has arrived at court to find out whether or not he is going down:

“It’s not the best day of my life is it?”

Stay tuned…


  1. 1
    Anonymous says:

    He will be going down on his new prison friends.


    • 4
      JC says:

      when will the persecution of God’s Chosen ever end?


      • 16
        Village Idiot says:

        ….Hopefully,this is just the beginning!…For years we have had to endure “The chosen ones”, controlling and wrecking lives,and,there are many,many more for whom “Karma” will punish for past,unchristian behaviour,as is being played out every day!


    • 6
      Lord Wellard of No Apologies says:

      It’ll be him going down this time instead of his victims, and well deserved it is too, the dodgy scumbag.


    • 8
      Constance Briscoe says:

      See you soon Max!


    • 9
      Whippersnapper2 says:

      Guido I thought that was most appropriate. Do they organise any ‘going down’ at Ford open nick in Sussex. There must be some suitable crumpet in Brighton or Eastbourne.
      Nice time of the year to top up your permatan Max.


  2. 2
    Owen Jones,Guest Moderator says:

    Clifford trial: Crown asks for costs of £66,704.52. “Not extensive in relation to the defendant’s means,” Crown says


  3. 3
    Wee Willy Winkie says:

    1 year for every inch.


  4. 5
    Doh! says:

    He’s forgotten his suitcase.


  5. 7
    Des O'Connor says:

    Such a lovely fella.


  6. 10
    Anonymong says:

    Happy days.

    Not so smug now is he?


  7. 11
    Southern Softy says:

    Next up – Piers Morgan!


  8. 12
    Dave Mellor says:

    Max you have made my day


  9. 13
    Al*x Wickham says:

    Sleazy Clifford Defiant Outside Court.


  10. 14
    Ah! bugger says:

    CourtNewsUK ‏@CourtNewsUK 1m
    Clifford remanded in custody until sentence at 2pm


  11. 20
    Irritable Sod says:

    Has to be the stupidest question of the day to a man going to court for sentencing: “what are you going to do next?”


  12. 23
    Anonymous says:

    LMAO. Fully deserved. Maybe there is a god?


  13. 27
    Mrs. Max - 6a.m. says:

    Don’t forget your toothbrush!


  14. 28
    Ptisme says:

    “Who are you feeling today?”


  15. 29
    Louche Lawyer says:

    Aldi’s finest Cava this evening for me to celebrate his sentence :-0 Thanks Maxy!

    Or should that be Mini?!

    PS Do you still abide by the old PR maxim – There’s no such thing as bad publicity?


  16. 30
    Actors and popstars got away with it says:

    Don’t worry Max, those of us who truly believe in how great Britain really is know full well that you were always going to be turned over no matter what.

    Those that neither believe this or disagree are just lying shithouses.


  17. 31
    Ohthisbloodypc says:

    What you’re watching there is the last day of his life as a free man.

    Prisons must be full of sex offenders from the media. They should get their own wing, in case the other sex offenders beat them up.


  18. 32
    Justiceforall says:

    Appalled with mob reaction. Justice as a popularity game! He loses! No witnesses, no evidence. British justice? Could it be you next?


  19. 33
    Braceyourself says:

    The only silver lining for Max is that he will develop a wider circle in gaol


  20. 37
    Broker's report says:

    Out of consideration to the Ba’ltic States, we could tow Scotland a bit further than necessary so that they act as a bu’ffer zone between them and Ru’ssia. That should buy us a few more votes from them in the Eu’ropean Parliament for the short time we remain a member and the Scots will, no doubt, feel more at home next to the Bols’heviks.


  21. 38
    Broker's report says:

    I see no reason why we should not leave the Western and Northern Isles where they are. In fact, I don’t think the highlands like the Central Belt that much either, nor the north lowlands, so we may still be able to enjoy the Tross’achs and Loch Lom’ond as before, even if they have to be shifted a bit to one side to make room for our new nei’ghbours.

    Without the Bar’net Form’ula impoverishing the English any more, we could eliminate alc’ohol duty overnight and thus enjoy both reasonably pr’iced Whi’skey and Vo’dka (though preferably not at the same time.)

    They can even keep General Wade’s roads to remind them of the irony that it took an Englishman to get them organised.

    Only a few potential drawbacks. Bu’ckfast will go into rec’eive’rship unless its product can simply be relabelled as paint stri’pper (the Poles will appreciate that) and Mars will find their sa’les will drop substantially as all the deep fried consumers will have gone overnight. Small pr’ice to pay, really…

    Oh! Just in case there was any doubt, we can use the old Ant’onine Wall as dema’rcation as the Tross’achs are still really lowlands. That will keep the Great Glen intact and those pen’sion fu’nds that Gordon Brown did not manage to pi’ss away, can stay in Pe’rth without worry.

    But Fife has to go, or at least the bit from North Que’ensf’erry round to Kirk’caldy. Essential!

    And we want all the money paid to the Maximum Imbecile, pay and exp’enses, returned due to his failing to even app’ear at the House whilst he swans round the world addressing the Imbecilic Dia’spora who are daft enough to pay to listen to him.

    All in all, a very worthy pro’posal and we recommend it to our clients.


  22. 39
    Broker's report says:

    I see no problem with this proposal at all. We should dig a trench at the border, except where the Tweed already does the job for us, then a few powerful tugs can tow them around to the Baltic, hitch up the others and tow them back. One will then be able to dri’ve from Berwick-upon-Tweed (as it will still remain in name) to Kraków in a similar time to that which it took for us to dr’ive to Edinburgh. Might give a thought to leaving the distilleries behind, though…


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