June 25th, 2014

Ken Clarke Trolls Cameron Ahead of Reshuffle

Almost as if he knows he is about to be slotted at the upcoming reshuffle, Ken Clarke has turned up on the World at One to wind up No.10. First he had a dig at Cameron’s statement on Coulson yesterday, which was criticised by the judge but taken with the say so of the Attorney General. Despite that the Minister Without Portfolio insisted: 

“It’s clear that nobody took legal advice.”

Going on to defend Dave’s nemesis Jean-Claude Juncker: 

“I’m one of the few people that has met Jean-Claude Juncker. Nobody knows exactly what he is supposed to have done wrong. The idea he’s an arch-federalist is slightly exaggerated. He’s not an arch-villain.”

If that doesn’t seal his fate…


66 Comments

  1. 1
    Gosh says:

    Free the Uruguay One!

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    • 6
      The Best Legal Minds says:

      If Cameron did have legal advice then that only makes things worse. As it then must have been a deliberate attempt by Dave to get the Jury dismissed and Andy Coulson off the hook.

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    • 21
      ancientpopeye says:

      Should have got rid of arch-traitor Clarke years ago, the European dreamer.

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      • 29
        Gosh says:

        Addressing him, Judge Alistair McCreath asked: “Mr Gadd, can you hear me now?”

        Mr Glitter (sic), from Marylebone in central London, said: “I’m sorry, I can’t.”

        The judge replied: “It sounded like you just did.”

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      • 63
        SIZE 15 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

        This repulsive old traitor needs to be hung off Westminster bridge with a length of barbed wire as slowly and painfully as possible ,pour encourages les autres.

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    • 50
      Tom Catesby. says:

      Well so what? Quiet retirement for Ken on the backbenches, jazz club, a few drinkies, till he does the decent thing and retires.

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  2. 2
    Eurograph says:

    This was Juncker’s comment on the European Constitution, when it became clear France was likely to vote No:

    “If it’s a Yes, we will go on. If it’s a No, we continue”.

    Clearly not an arch federalist. Well not compared to Ken Clarke maybe.

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  3. 3
    Ghost of Leon says:

    Lord Janner !

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  4. 4

    Your quotes are somewhat selective; I thought Ken Clarke was fully supportive of Cameron, and as always he was refreshingly frank and big-picture.

    Let’s see who’s right at the reshuffle…

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    • 10
      Eurograph says:

      People often say he’s frank but I don’t recall when he ever levelled with us that he wants to see Britain subsumed into a United States of Europe. Perhaps he’s a more effective liar than most of his colleagues would be more accurate.

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    • 14
      Are you talking about the Europhile Clarke says:

      So frank you never see the bloke near a Euro flag at election time.

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    • 32
      The two Muppets says:

      I disagree with Ken Clarke on most of his views on the European Union
      but he has been consistent in what he believes in even though in my opinion
      he has been proved wrong time and time again . I respect him for his integrity
      but times have changed

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    • 58

      Fight Fight !!

      Ken Clark vs Attorney General !! (whose name I ve quite forgotten).

      “Best legal advice — piffle ! Where d yah learn your law the ladies
      barack room ?!!” etc etc

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  5. 5
    Michael Gove says:

    The fuckwit known asPrime Minister David Cameron has now been criticised TWICE in six months by judges over comments that could have affected trials.

    Liked by 1 person

  6. 7
    Fixadent says:

    I am seriously thinking of sponsoring, Suarez and Liverpool football cub.

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  7. 8
    Don't worry Clarke I'm sure the EU has plenty of autocrats to choose from says:

    Cameron’s phony spat about the Titanic’s new captain does make me larf.

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  8. 9
    Chuka in Bed with the BBC says:

    Believe it or not, Liz is a BBC radio reporter on the job. It puts a whole new reflection on “Chatting”.

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  9. 11
    Esther's Helpful Discharge says:

    “Welcome to Jazz Club. Mmm Vice.”

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  10. 13
    Jack The Ripper's Paymaster says:

    Why the hell Cameron didn’t put Clarke back as Chancellor I will never know. He’s easily the best there is and could eat Ballstwat for breakfast!

    No mention of course on BBC website of Mlishit’s wankered little performance in commons earlier. Instead about 5 paragraphs about how wonderful Militwat was. Typical BBC!

    As for that left wing Judge…

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    • 25
      We know the BBC is bent says:

      I’ve just watched the video of Cameron v Miliband PMQ. Prior to this I’d watched BBC news redition of same.

      The reality of it was completely different to the version being pedalled by the BBC.

      No surprise – even the thickest of tw*ts at the BBC must realise they can’t keep on trying to sell the turd Miliband to the public – no amount of glitter will disguise the stink.

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      • 42
        Anonymous says:

        Why the hell Cameron didn’t put Clarke back as Chancellor I will never know.
        I know dont feed the troll . . .

        If he had, we would be using the yoo-row and have the same economic problems of Grease; Spayne; Iddally; Oirland; and Porchugal.

        Good riddance to the him and his half brother heath.

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  11. 15
    "Toilets" Farage says:

    One day soon there is going to be a massive bang.. Nearly every bank in the world is insolvent

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  12. 16
    CWe Owe you one Dave. Nigella and Andy says:

    Cameron’s hacking humiliation complete as trial judge lashes him for ‘ill advised’ comments about Coulson guilty verdict – as jury fails to reach decision on final charges
    Judge was ‘very concerned’ PM spoke out while jury was deliberating
    ‘I don’t know whether it was done in ignorance or done deliberately’, he said
    Hacking jury was discharged after it failed to reach verdicts on final 4 counts
    Couldn’t decide if Coulson and Goodman paid police for royal phone books
    Coulson has already been found guilty of conspiring to hack phones
    Six months ago jury told to ‘ignore’ PM after comments during Nigella trial

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2669077/Jury-fails-reach-verdicts-Andy-Coulson-paid-police-royal-phone-books.html

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    • 24
      Loves Labour Hates Miliband says:

      Look you pillock. If we carry on like this Milidipshit is going to be Primeminister. Have you heard me? MILIBAND PRIMEMINISTER!

      Tory win is the only pheasable option for the wellbeing of our country. Dave has to won, so give him a break please!

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      • 28
        Hates Labour Hates Miliband! says:

        Vote Tory period. UKIP is a busted flush and Libdems just care about sandals and speed bumps!

        Labour socialists are merely a well funded mental illness clinic. All of them!

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      • 60

        The truth is they re both as useless as each other in different ways .

        Admittedly the rich boy Tories are the lesser of two evils as they have some semblance of a notion of how to keep a set of national ledgers .

        The best would be five yearss of martial law / dictatorship to sort the whole thing out . Call for the military …..

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    • 55
      Tom Catesby says:

      Did Coulson and Goodman get the phone books for nothing then, or did they ask the Queen?

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  13. 19
    Ken Clarke says:

    I am so trying to get fired!
    Make the most of the summer that way.

    Last one before retirement.

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  14. 20

    What a troll – and I should know!

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  15. 26
    Jean-Claude Junk DNA says:

    Clarke is quite wrong to claim that he met me. What happened was, I granted him an audience.

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  16. 27
    Junker who? says:

    Nobody knows who the C*nt is let alone what he’s done.

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  17. 31
    Jean Claude-Balls says:

    Who brought that fucking owl in? It could have yer eye out.

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  18. 34

    Hung, drawn and quartered, innit?

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  19. 35
    Big D says:

    Please Dave sack Ken now the arch traitor in your midst .
    Lazy and useless are words that should be to added to Clarkes CV
    Send him to a galaxy far far away( along with Ed Milipeed and that Balls creature , oh and mad Hattie and crazy as a coconut Diane )

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  20. 36
    David Steel enobler of Cyril Smith says:

    Go home and prepare to bring criminals into Government

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  21. 37

    He’ll be remembered as the nasties’ last ever grown up cabinet minister.

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  22. 38
    Sovietsalami63 says:

    Sovietsalami63 Here,
    We’re Going to have some fun with those Lapdogs in the Whitehouse , they think they can be good little Lapdogs to the Neocons ,Huge mistake , WE DONT like NEO- CONS , even black ones, take the Hint.

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  24. 46
    HenryV says:

    I am bit worried. Why have only a few ever met this Junky Luxy person?

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  25. 47
    Where is my fucking owl says:

    Is Dave now using the same barber as George Osborne?

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  26. 49
    A gent called Smith says:

    Clarke looks like he’s been disconnected from the Matrix.
    Sadly, the shock of having to face reality was too much for him.

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  27. 54
    Big D says:

    Is Junky Yunki possible not real simply a robot designed by the mad MEPs to have power and control over the world ?
    Just a thought .

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  28. 61

    … and what about mad as a box of frogs Vince ?

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  29. 64
    Clint Rosonby says:

    Here’s a little info about Mr Camerons latest EuroBuddy Mr Juncker who won’t be on the PMs Xmas card list!

    Jean-Claude Juncker born 9 December 1954) is a politician who was the Prime Minister of Luxembourg from 1995 to 2013.

    He was the longest-serving head of government of any European Union country, and one of the longest-serving democratically elected leaders in the world, by the time he left office.
    He was also the first President of the Eurogroup from 2005 to 2013 and Luxembourg’s Minister for Finances from 1989 to 2009.

    Sounds very impressive so far, I bet his CV doesn’t fit onto 2 pages!!!

    Then read these curious “facts” from Wikipedia.

    Juncker was born in Redange, Luxembourg and spent most of his childhood in Belvaux. His father, Joseph, had fought in World War II after being drafted into the Wehrmacht.

    Members of his 1995 –1998 Cabinet included the following:

    Jacques Poos LSAP Deputy Prime Minister
    Minister for Foreign Affairs, Foreign Trade, and Cooperation

    Robert Goebbels LSAP Minister for the Economy
    Minister for Public Works
    Minister for Energy

    Georges Wohlfart LSAP Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, Foreign Trade, and Cooperation
    Secretary of State for Public Works

    Bizarre but true!!! Lol

    A curious quote from JC Juncker :

    “Monetary policy is a serious issue.
    We should discuss this in secret,in the Eurogroup.
    I’m ready to be insulted as being insufficiently
    democratic, but I want to be serious
    I am for secret, dark debates”
    — Jean-Claude Juncker, 20 April 2011.

    After reading that I can see where the PM is coming from.

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