July 4th, 2014

Rolf Verdict Referred to Attorney General as “Unduly Lenient”

Guido understands a member of the public has complained to the Attorney General’s Office that Rolf Harris 5 year 9 month sentence, of which he will serve three years, is too lenient. A spokesperson says:

“I can confirm that the sentence handed to Rolf Harris today has been referred to the Attorney General’s Office under the unduly lenient sentence scheme. 

“It only takes one person to trigger the process, and there is a strict 28 day time period, which means the Law Officers have until Friday 1 August to consider whether they wish to refer the sentence to the Court of Appeal.”

6 months per count…


  1. 1
    Anonymous says:

  2. 2
    Whack-a-mole says:

    Rolf is laughing at the waxwork but Savile had probably already shagged it.

  3. 3
    David Cameron's Nonces Charter says:

    Half my party cover up for the other half.

    Seriously, what MP wouldn’t endorse a full investigation into organized child abuse? There’s no valid reason not to.

  4. 4
    stevesurrey1 says:

    Maybe someone will do the same for Coulson too?

  5. 5
    Timo says:

    He’s probably saying, “How do you guys get away with it?”

  6. 6
    Sir Dando Tweakeshafte says:

    One did think the sentence somewhat disappointing, rather like finding out that Cockermouth is actually a small town in Cumbria, or that tongue-and-groove is a carpentry term.

  7. 7
    Anonymous says:

    How likely is he to reoffend? Let’s just leave it at 5yrs 9mths, deprive the legal profession of a second fortune and free up a cell for someone who really might reoffend.

  8. 8
    Cynical-old-bag says:

    I agree. The sentence is far too lenient. It makes a mockery of the suffering of all Harris’ victims.

    I hope he dies in jail.

  9. 9
    Mycroft says:

    Rolf will survive… but this poor blokes income stream is f’cked forever…


    Safe for work.

  10. 10
    Sentencing by Twitter is not Justice says:

    The Sweeney is one of our better judges. His sentencing will be appropriate.

  11. 11
    Chris Grayling says:

    I am minister for justice bog boy. Bring it on.

  12. 12
    Wendi Ding Dong says:

    Yet Blair who started a war that killed thousands and destroyed a country has not even been arrested.

  13. 13
    Chris Grayling says:

    Very helpful

  14. 14
    Though the Heavens Fall... says:

    Yes, just like when your doctor says, “Just a little prick”.

  15. 15
    Hacked off with lefties says:

    Coulson’s sentence should be reduced.

  16. 16
    Owen Jones says:

    Interesting Fact: ISIS have recruited more Britons this year than the Territorial Army.

  17. 17
    He's a young man says:

    Give it time. Who knows what’s round the corner.

  18. 18
    Chris (the huhne) Huhne says:

    I agree whloeheartedly! “We must be tough on crime and the causes of crime”

  19. 19
    Neil Down says:

    3 years inside for a prolific paedo is not justice.

  20. 20
    Neil Down says:

    Is that true?

  21. 21
    Neil Down says:

    A bullet costs 20p and will make certain he won’t reoffend.

  22. 22
    Neil Down says:

    3 years inside for wrecking numerous girls’ lives is not justice.

  23. 23
    Neil Down says:

    Same reason they wouldn’t back expenses reform when they had the chance to, I suspect.

  24. 24
    The last Bastion says:

    No, but unfortunately Harris can only be sentenced based on the guidlines at the time of the offence.

  25. 25
    Neil Down says:

    Turkeys. Christmas.

  26. 26
    Handycock says:

    Far too lenient. People in public life have to demonstrate the highest standards.

  27. 27
    Claude Lorrain says:

    His paintings it seems have dropped in value. Ah, so they weren’t art after all.

  28. 28
    Cynical-old-bag says:

    I’m not sure Bliar will ever be brought to justice. Plenty of others will have to fall on their swords before they get to him.

  29. 29
    Ruff Alice says:

  30. 30
    The BBC is shit says:

    Made me laugh last night watching Diana Abbott coiled like a spring ready to leap to the defence of the BBC.
    A woman who was quite happy to see the whole Met Police which employs tens of thousands people labelled ‘Institutionally racist’ because of the deeds of very few of its staff.
    I say the BBC is institutionally morally corrupt and at the very least needs massive reform

  31. 31
    Sentencing by Twitter is not Justice says:

    His sentencing will be found appropriate, which you may not be aware has to be based on the tariffs in force at the time of the crime.

    What you are commenting on is outside the law. It happens every day, someone is beaten up and they will never be the same again, emotionally, physically or both, yet the perpetrator often walks free without a prison sentence.

  32. 32
    Justice by Twitter says:

  33. 33
    Ken Clarke says:

    Is this the bloke who advised Dave that it was OK to comment on the Coulson verdict before the trial was over?

  34. 34

    He’ll be in the prison hospital and doing a spot of entertaining, painting some of the other convicts and resting.

  35. 35
    BBC's World of Filth says:

    Sell it off to Murdoch.

  36. 36
    Mr Khan says:

    Rolf Harris should demand his appeal be heard in P*kistan.
    He’ll be let out and his victims will be hung from a tree.

  37. 37
    Jimmy says:

    “It only takes one person to trigger the process,”

    Interesting. And that would apply in relation to anyone recently sentenced?

    Just asking.

  38. 38
    Mr Pierrepoint says:

    Hanged, Mr Khan, hanged.

  39. 39
    The British media are cunts says:

    Fat jock shit Salmond makes me laugh. He’s now dictating that England MUST have ships built in Scotland after independence.


  40. 40
    Will says:

    It does raise a question why can a member of the public ask for it to be reviewed. Why should it not be restricted to members of the victims family and other involved in the trial. Otherwise how can someone who may not have attended a day of the trial or the proceeding comment on the sentence and raise a complaint based on what they have seen or read in the media.

  41. 41
    ouch says:


    Here is Fake Faces lookalike Agencies Rolf Harris lookalike Colin Grove. Colin is always being told when out and about how much he looks like Rolf Harris and decided to get in touch with Fake Faces Ltd. With Rolf Harris a permanant fixture in England it looks like Colin is going to get recognised more and more.

  42. 42
    Bulls**t Baffles Brains says:

    I think you mean, ISIS have recruited more British passport holders. I seriously doubt that many of them are Britons.

  43. 43
    bergen says:

    I understand that google street view have removed his home from their site. Cherie asserting her human rights I dare say.

  44. 44
    Neil Down says:

    Do lefties consider phone hacking more serious than molesting kids?

  45. 45
    Elliot Morley says:

    Oy Vey.

  46. 46
    Anonymous says:

    Wasn’t it something to do with Operation Avalanche, Operation Ore, 100 year D notice, the suggestion of a cover up and other things!

  47. 47
    Cinna says:

    I really do wish people would stop referring to these people as British. Holding a British passport doesn’t make you British. Norman Tebbit had it right with his “Cricket Test”.

  48. 48
    Cynical-old-bag says:

    A cover up? Surely not.

  49. 49
    Pick litter for bennies says:

    Bliar should be an advisor to the government,call him Minister for War,because we need to look for or invent conflicts so that our latest aircraft carriers are kept busy.I,m glad Brown,s gift to Scottish workers were not built earlier as Dave would have them parked off Syria by now ready to stir the religious/tribal pot that is the Middle East.

  50. 50
    Mrs Thatcher slayed all of England's other enemies,,,but chose not to destroy the BBC,,,why? says:

    The activities of the pervert Arris, and of the necrophiliac Sir James of Savile, proves what a nest of perverts and a den of depravity the BBC was during the 1970’s-80’s.

    It’s my guess that hidden in plain sight amongst the champagne socialists, the class warriors, and the chip on both shoulers celts, there is still an active ring of perverts, and sick, depraved miscreants.

  51. 51
    T Blair (Catholic) says:

    I killed thousands of little kiddies and got paid well for doing it. Aint sanctimony good.

  52. 52
    Please, Scotland; vote Yes to independence, because you're all parasitic cunts. says:

    He’s a consummate politician; promises everything and anything prior to a vote, and then reneges on the whole deal afterwards.

    Plus he’s a fat inbred heart disease-ridden fucking jock shit bag.

  53. 53

    Looking forward to when the Telly Tax is voluntary.

  54. 54
    Mrs Thatcher slayed all of England's other enemies,,,but chose not to destroy the BBC,,,why? says:

    Colin is buggered,,,as Rolf will be tonight

  55. 55
    Justice-r-Us says:

    We know for the next one

  56. 56
    Hattie PIE Harmong says:

    *innocent face*

  57. 57
    Cynical-old-bag says:

    There may well be, but it will take a mountain of evidence to prove it, especially if these people happen to be in the higher echelons of business and parliament.

  58. 58
    Scotland the bribed says:

    Scotland is too scared to say YES and he knows it, that’s why he’s trying to push for the work to be moved to Scotland, he has Camoron by the short and curlies and he knows it, he’s a bloody good snake oil salesman and it’s working for him and Scotland.

  59. 59
    Money money money says:

    You’d have gotten away with it if those kids hadn’t grown up and realised you had a cool £11 million in the bank.

  60. 60
    pay and go says:

    12.5 %.

  61. 61
    Cynical-old-bag says:

    Perhaps we could get a petition together? I’m sure plenty of people would sign it and they would have to look at it then.

  62. 62
    Mycroft says:

    I bet the Wilkinson Sword has been in action today.

  63. 63

    Hag Harman does.

  64. 64
    Anonymous says:

    69 months? The filthy git even has a filthy sentence.

  65. 65
    rick says:

    Pay the victims 100grand each to go away, and their trauma and suffering will evaporate like piss on a hot pavement.

  66. 66
    altruism in industry says:

    If the let him have some paints he might find it inside him to paint some proper pictures from the available subject matter instead of his usual crap

  67. 67
    court clerk says:

    Reduced. NO. Re-sentenced to a verbal of “don’t do it again”.

  68. 68

    My God, man, you’ve just fingered the entire shadow cabinet!

  69. 69
    Alex Salmond says:

    Aye we’ll have your wee currency too and open borders so we can keep sending our beggars down to you.

  70. 70
    Ed Miliband says:

    What’s cricket?

  71. 71
    Alex Salmond says:

    Of course if we do keep your currency we’ll fare as well as bonny Greece in the Euro.

  72. 72
    Cynical-old-bag says:


    What a nasty thing to say. If you had ever been abused you would not say such a dreadful thing.

    You are talking about something you know absolutely nothing about.

  73. 73
    Gooey Blob says:

    Rumour has it that Savile used to procure victims for others. Whether that is true or not remains to be seen but it might explain why he always dressed as a pimp. It could be that we’ve only uncovered the tip of a very large iceberg.

  74. 74
    Her Maj says:

    No inappropriate touching Mr Harris.

  75. 75
    bergen says:

    My fear is they’ll vote no but we’ll have to go through the whole thing again in ten years and if they vote no again, in another ten years time and on and on thereafter until they vote yes.

  76. 76
    rick says:

    That someone so naive should use the handle ‘Cynical Old Bag’ is beyond ironic.

  77. 77
    ISIS eat pork says:

    Blair killed 2000+ kiddies? Typical leftie nonsense or is it UKIP nonsense? Where’s your proof sunshine. It was Bush’s planes and missiles that bombed most centres of population.

  78. 78
    inside out says:

    A bit stupid really there is two Old Bill on doorstep armed to the teeth 24/7.A give way perhaps.

  79. 79
    The British media are cunts says:

    We need to vote to get rid of the disease ridden skirt wearing scum.

  80. 80
    cured lefty says:

    I’ve always felt paedophiles were exceptionally clever pity they don’t put their filthy skills to better use

  81. 81
    Neil Down says:

    Your username is “Sentencing by Twitter is not Justice”. So I assume you’re not keen on mob rule and vigilantism and you think we should leave things to the legal system. However if the legal system is not prepared to do its part and give suitably stiff punishments to violent, dangerous and life ruining criminals, why should citizens leave matters to them and not take justice into their own hands?

  82. 82
    The British media are cunts says:

    Of course it’s true. The establishment is infested with poofs, pervs and nonces.

  83. 83
    Neil Down says:

    Replying to ISIS eat pork:

    It depends if you count only direct deaths by coalition forces or you also count deaths by the rival Islamic militant groups who have taken over the country in the 10 years since Bush and Blair destabliised it without any exit strategy.

  84. 84
    Cynical-old-bag says:

    What a nasty piece of work you are, Rick. Do you actually know this for a fact?

    No. I didn’t think so.

    And by the way – I’ve been using the handle for quite a few years now. Why should that be a problem for you?

  85. 85
    Anonymous says:

    Don’t be silly.

  86. 86
    Mycroft says:

    Esther has rode to his defence (well sorta) but the founder of Childline seems to be less than ecstatic at putting away a bad’n.

    When things get real close it’s staggering how certain people whose previous moral stance was unequivocal equivocate.

  87. 87
    Mycroft says:

    More collateral damage… for some… the recession begins.


    There is a whole industry built around Rolf… oh! The humanity!

  88. 88
    Anonymous says:

    Quite – rope is cheaper.

  89. 89
    Chris Grayling says:


  90. 90
    Bluto says:

    It’s the old communist trick of creating an atmosphere of paranoia by letting anyone denounce anyone else. Perfectly consistent with Leveson’s recommendation to allow third party press complaints. Provides a useful avenue for every loony left pressure group to ruin peoples lives and shut down anything they don’t like.

  91. 91
    Pedant says:

    Hey! Just because 95% of the BBC are sanctimonious hypocritical douchebags, don’t go tarring them all with the same brush!
    Move along.. nothing to see here.

  92. 92
    Mycroft says:

    Oh dear!!!

    “John as featured in Stars and Their Doubles 2002 is the only Lookalike
    of Rolf Harris in the UK.

    John is available to draw cartoons, mix & mingle, play instruments and
    entertain your guests with his stuffed kangaroo puppets. At present he
    is learning how to speak like Rolf Harris too.”

    Is he intending to go to jail in his efforts in emulation too… rofl rolf rofl

  93. 93
    Persona Non Grata says:

    Petition calling for inquiry into s*x abuse allegations. Time to out n*nce mp’s etc.


  94. 94
    Lard Everard - Giant Cockroach says:

    The LibDems usually get away with a light sentence.


  95. 95
    Jimmy says:

    Why are righties so fond of non sequiturs?

  96. 96
    Lizard says:

    Ha ha! You’ve been visiting the David Icke forum copying links, haven’t you.

  97. 97
    Bob Fleming says:

    Is that you Nell?

  98. 98
    rick says:

    I may be wrong about the 100grand. Michael Jackson paid one of his victims 10Million bucks for the pain and suffering to subside and for him to withdraw all charges.
    Bye the bye – why on earth would you think I have the slightest problem with your monica?? I merely pointed out the obvious contradiction for someone so naive.
    I am, I admit, sometimes a tad nasty – but never nasty to gloat about wanting an old man die in prison.

  99. 99
    Sentencing by Twitter is not Justice says:

    The legal system does it part by implementing the laws set by parliament. Parliament makes the laws that it was elected to make.

    Rather than venting your wrath at Lord Justice Sweeney, it is your MP who can affect the changes you want.

    It doesn’t help that Parliament has also invited European courts into the Justice business and muddy the waters.


  100. 100
    The two Muppets says:

    There should be no more government shipyard work for Scotland ,
    even if they vote not to leave the UK . They will be calling for a
    referendum every couple of years .We cannot allow our national
    security to be in danger on the whim of Alex Salmond .

  101. 101
    Amouse says:

    The Maximum sentence for the offence that Mr Coulson committed is 2 years. So 18 months for a first offence can be considered quite severe.

  102. 102
    Lee O'Britain says:

    How the f*ck is this all going to end?

    I don’t feel very well.


  103. 103
    peterthepainter says:

    I always say “So you’ve seen it then”.

  104. 104
    Scotland the bribed says:

    We don’t have any national security, we have wide open doors to all the crap in the world to come and live here, we only need one YES vote from Scotland and it’s bye bye, but it will always be NO as they screw us for even more money and threaten us with a YES vote.

  105. 105
    Anonymous says:

    …and if Blair hadn’t supported and enabled him, why then he wouldn’t have been complicit. But he did, and he is.

  106. 106
    Buggery the national sport of the Inglish says:

    Why just so you Inglish can be left in peace to bugger each other senseless in your public schools ?

  107. 107
    Always Hopeful says:

    He has to die somewhere, Rick, and many his age would gladly give up pensioner penury for the chance of “toffs'” prison with one’s own room with key, one’s own clothes, a “bleeding heart” governor and a doctor on hand with no 3 week wait.

    He may have £11 M now but after compensation suits he will possibly be broke.
    Imagine idling away those summer days reading The Guardian and attempting to molest nurse…aah Paradise.

    I think you must be a fucking old hypocrite, Rick!

  108. 108
    Roma Bert. says:

    6 months per each count is about correct, he could have pleaded guilty and would have had a lesser sentence.

    Being an immigrant he could and should have played the human rights, cultural race card :)

  109. 109
    Anonymous says:

    Given her and Wilcox’s historical positions deep in the BBC hierarchy, they should both be questioned in detail about what they knew or should have known.

  110. 110
    Mycroft says:

    No, but I will now! :)

    I just typed ‘rolf harris look-likes’ and got the link.

    I’m scared that I might have the same train of thought as “Icke-bod Insane” but I’ll take the shame.

  111. 111
    Specks says:

    I thought the red text in the header said “6 months per Cnut”

  112. 112
    Jimmy says:

    A informed and measured response to a sentencing worthy of his former employer.

  113. 113
    Millwicket says:

    Cwickret to you son

  114. 114
    tories are cunts says:

    So Coulson gets 18 months. translate into 6 months. Less 4 months for being Cameron’s mate. Reckon he’ll serve about 2 weeks. Nice penalty of you can get it. Only the rich and the elites get away with murder – ask IDS

  115. 115
    Clink says:

    Obviously learned the skill from the 9 Labour MPs who went to jail and then there is the lib dummies

  116. 116
    The Growler says:

    Bang on Neil!

  117. 117
    The Growler says:

    See one William Quango MP for your requests about things that concern you, for contact details Fawkes and Co

  118. 118
    Anonymous says:

    Also there are the years of sanctions that led to the invasion in which thousands of people died from malnutrition starvation and disease. A similar outcome being vented on Russia it seems who’s population imports much food from Europe.

  119. 119
    The Growler says:

    Why can not the government withdraw their citizenship of the UK, then they will have to go back to Pakistan or where their alternative passports come from?

  120. 120
    Always Hopeful says:

    Your right, COB, war criminals are losers from small unimportant countries, not friends of the USA. Besides, UK Ministers are not legally liable for decisions made whilst in public office.

    They’ll never take him alive, copper!

  121. 121
    The Growler says:

    I don’t think the Queen was exactly thrilled by it

  122. 122
    The Growler says:

    I do believe the Old Scrote did actually want to by it in the days of Maggie, but she declined to sell off like everything else.

  123. 123
    Anonymous says:

    Our government should support ISIS in their recruitment by spending a few million on an ad campaign – let as may of the fuckers as possible head out there.

  124. 124
    Always Hopeful says:

    Same thing happened to that other chap, Hilter, Hattler, something like that. Coincidence or what?

  125. 125
    Anonymous says:

    Like everything they do, it depends who is involved.

  126. 126
    Harridan "the beard" Harman says:

    “It only takes one person to trigger the process”

    FFS. More taxpayer’s money to be pointlessy pissed away.

    Every one of the high profile cases are referred now. Make the complainent liable for the cost if sentence is found to be correct.

  127. 127
    Always Hopeful says:

    Neil Down has not advanced a non sequitur but a question. There is no conclusion in it that is contradicted by a premise.

  128. 128
    Harridan "the beard" Harman says:

    “why should citizens leave matters to them and not take justice into their own hands?”

    Are you gonna keep on yapping, little doggy, or are you gonna bite?

    Well shut the fuck up then, and go back to your Daily Mail

  129. 129
    Rt Hon Anthony Charles Linton Blair says:

    Rolf’s mistake was not to kill the children afterwards.

    The dead tell no tales

  130. 130
    Always Hopeful says:

    “Thales” , the French marine architects would be able to build future Royal Navy ships as they have the necessary dry dock for the largest projects. They built the QM2 (150 000 tons) and are always looking for contracts. Scottish shipyards may also be prone to strikes after independence if the Scottish economy hits a bad patch.

  131. 131
    Anonymous says:


  132. 132
    King James I of England and VI of Scotland says:

    But what about we jocks who want to bugger in England ?

  133. 133
    Media Scum protecting a pervert in their own interest. says:

    It is too lenient! The dirty old ‘BBC’ and Labour supporting perv should be in prison for life!

    Can you tell what is yet? 5 years or 10 years.

  134. 134
    Bonar Law says:

    No, Guido, NOT “A spokesperson says …” That’s politically correct baloney we expect from the LibDems or Labour. “A spokesman says” is the correct generic term.

  135. 135
    England is becumin a ferd world cess-pit innit says:

    that bunch of sick cu’nts love a bit of fingerin’

  136. 136

    Guidelines are just that, guidelines not statutory law.

  137. 137
    Vlad the Loudhailer says:

    Perhaps the Dromey sprog can inform us as to his view regarding PIE.

  138. 138
    Dromey Sprog says:

    Lovely with chips.

  139. 139
    Surely you expected this? says:
  140. 140
    Richard Williams says:

    An utterly disgusting comment. Go away and think how you could better yourself.

  141. 141
    Lloyd George says:

    And none of your tosh about how it’s pronounced “Bah-ner,” either, you pedantic old fool. It’s “Boe-ner,” as indeed you are. And if anyone would know about boners, it would be me.

  142. 142
    Braveheart says:

    Is Harris going to be deported to Australia when he gets out?

  143. 143
    Alas, Poor Albion says:

    Irony – look it up.

  144. 144
    Alas, Poor Albion says:

    Incitement to murder is a serious offence.

  145. 145
    Alas, Poor Albion says:

    Down’s reply to Jimmy has no connection with Jimmy’s assertion. Therefore ‘non sequitur’ is perfectly correct.

  146. 146
    Alas, Poor Albion says:

    … and if they deport him right back?

  147. 147
    Dez says:

    Rubbish, what arsehole has done that. He’s an old man, he should be appealing . The twat of a female judge should have her home address published and we can send her a bill for his £8k a month keep, the taxpayer is being abused the best penalty would been suspended custody, sex offender treatment programme and a £600.000 fine. Your an arse hole Mrs a Justice Bollox brain.
    Your on £300k a year and should be sacked.

  148. 148
    Braveheart says:

    Surely if he’s an Australian citizen they have to keep him, don’t they?

  149. 149

    Send him to the Tower and orf with his head, the DirtyDidgeridoo, if we can’t do that send him back to Oz when he finishes his sentence and confiscate his house to flog for cash settlement to his victims.

  150. 150

    It’s Jimminy cricket you dumbass, just cancel their British passports and revert their nationality according to where their Grand/Parents came from, that way they won’t be so cocky when they find they will get the full force of sharia law back home in Pakistan etc their parents motherland.

  151. 151
    Nonce of the World says:

    They were accidental downloads FFS. Happens to me all the time while I’m researching new sponge cake recipes.

  152. 152

    Suicide attempt will be on the cards. The guy will have piss in all of his meals.

  153. 153
    Anonymous says:

    “Rolf Verdict”
    The up-side is. In relation to painting the Queen. When he does come out, the first coat will be dry.

  154. 154
    Expat Geordie says:

    America can already do that with it’s citizens. If you fight for a foreign army you lose your US citizenship. That’s why so many Americans who fought for the British in WWI served as “Canadians”. I’m not sure if it was applied to American s who served with British forces as Americans in WWII, but I believe that a number of Americans who fought in the Spanish Civil War were stripped of citizenship.

  155. 155
    Expat Geordie says:

    4.5 months in prison and 4.5 months on the tag as the sentence is less than 4 years. Harris, 2 years and 11 months as the sentence was over 4 years and he has to serve half inside.

  156. 156
    Titch Bercow, dwarf and midget of this parish says:

    And I’m more interested in making criticism of someone’s height socially unacceptable.

  157. 157
    2 slices says:

    Ooooh, I could murder a sandwich.

  158. 158
    Anonymous says:

    Remarkably, I do know what irony means. I also know what a cretinous comment looks like too.

  159. 159
    RWG says:

    “I know, but you’re holding a needle”

  160. 160
    RWG says:

    Oh, and tongue and groove is what a lesbians’ coffin is made from.

  161. 161
    Always Hopeful says:

    True, Down’s question is not relevant to Jimmy’s comment but a non sequitur is a “dischord” within a statement and not merely an irrelevant, or incorrect response to a previous statement.

  162. 162
    Always Hopeful says:

    When Prime Minister, he insisted that his name was pronounced as “Bonnar” Law claiming that his fellow Scots did so.

  163. 163
    Always Hopeful says:

    If he has had any legal advice at all he will already be broke and his family will own “his” house etc , a la Ernest Saunders. On the bright side Australia may want him on release for further prosecution there.

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George Galloway says of his former Respect candidate the UKIP MEP turned Tory, Amjad Bashir…

“Clearly Bashir does not have any real political principles or commitment, only naked opportunism and self-interest. He represents the revolving door principle in politics. The Tories are welcome to him because he will cause them embarrassment. Fortunately Respect was able to act before he did it to us.”

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