July 8th, 2014

Cross Party Councillors Go After Hancock For Cover Up Costs

A cross party motion will be put before Portsmouth Council to get pervy MP Mike Hancock to cough up for the legal costs of the extensive cover up instigated by the old Liberal Democrat regime in the city, concerning his sexual harassment of a mentally ill constituent. Both the Tories and Labour are signed up to this motion that is expected to easily pass:

(f) Proposed by Councillor Alistair Thompson
Seconded by Councillor John Ferrett

The City Council is concerned at the conduct of one its former members’ who has admitted to abusing his position of trust. He has admitted to harassing a resident, making repeated unwanted sexual advances and conduct that falls below the standards expected of a Parliamentarian or a member of this Council.

Over the last four years the Council has spent tens of thousands of pounds investigating this matter, both through court and legal fees and officer time – This at a time when the Council is faced with making cuts to front line services.

The Council believes that this is an unsatisfactory situation.

The Council therefore requests the Governance and Audit and Standards Committee to do the following:

1. Instruct officers to prepare a detailed breakdown of the full costs of this affair
2. To write to all members with this information
3. To write to the former member requesting that given this unnecessary burden on the taxpayers of Portsmouth that now he has admitted to these appalling actions he might chose to repay this sum and thus ease the financial burden on residents
4. To consider legal action to reclaim these costs if he refuses.

A council source tells Guido the bill could easily reach £100,000. 


86 Comments

  1. 1
    • 13
      Dave says:

      Listen plebs, this endemic pleb-kiddie fucking and ritual murdering by the ‘British’ establishment is actually fantastic news for the British economy. Bookings on El Al flights from H’row to Tel Aviv are up 666% in the last 24 hours alone!

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      • 68

        ” … he MIGHT CHOSE (sic) to pay ”

        What a typically twee inoffensive British phrase….

        In the Land of the Free we would probably have tasered it out of him by now.

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    • 72
      Ha-ha-hancock's Half Million says:

      Ouch! This is getting very expensive for him – rumoured to have had to pay the complainant close to £100k already. Plus another £100k for this. Perhaps it really could mount up to a cool half million, if others come out of the closet?

      If Max Clifford and Rolf Harris can be banged-up for their transgressions, then surely it is only a matter of time before Plod are forced into reopening their (twice aborted) investigations?

      “Jodie? About that erm… deed for the villa? Can I have it transferred back? Ta”.

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      • 75
        Jodie says:

        Sorry Dad. You transferred it in to my name so that you would not be done for corruption. Now it is mine.

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      • 78
        Chief Constable Hampshire police says:

        Don’t worry Brother Handy. We will not be prosecuting, see you in the Libertine Lodge, Worshipful Grand Master. Boaz.

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  2. 2
    Mike says:

    “Please give me a chance you never know my princess …”

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    • 67
      Princess says:

      Dirty old Pervert!

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      • 73
        The Growler says:

        Princess, didn’t it occur to you to wear one of your pointy fashion shoes on, so when Cocky lost his selfcontrol you could have bought your foot up sharpish to connect with Cocky’s delicate parts of his anatomy, you would have got away with it and he would not do it again for fear of more of the same.

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        • 76
          Princess says:

          Unfortunately he had it out most of the time asking me to masturbate him, that was when he wasn’t trying to force his tongue down my throat. Chance would have been a fine thing.

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  3. 3
    About Time says:

    HAHAHAHAHAHAHA

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      Handycock whipping it out in his villa in Spain says:

      Grand Master a bit of help required here. My boys will be putting pressure of the b*astards who are proposing and supporting this motion. Put pressure on the senior council officers who are Brothers to prevaricate and delay any action please. Boaz.

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      • 60
        Grand Master, Grand Lodge, Great Queen Street says:

        Handy have you told your boys yet that I want a villa in Spain just like the one they bought for you? Jahbulon.

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        • 61
          Members of the Libertine Lodge, located in Portsmouth Civic Offices says:

          Worshipful Grand Master Handy, are you going to have to sell your villa in Spain to pay off your debts? Tubal cain.

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      • 66
        Vladimir Putin says:

        Handy, do you want us to lift you out? Don’t forget you have a large KGB pension and lots of young girls waiting for you over here. Boaz.

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        • 70

          HANDY SAYS

          Define “lots” of young girls Vlad . My Muslim brothers have promised an unlimited amount of them in Heaven ….and they re all virgins !!!

          I m off to Syria

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      • 79
        Chief Executive and City Solicitor, Portsmouth City Council says:

        Don’t worry Handy. Jachin.

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  4. 4
    Postal Votes are Labour Loo Paper says:

    Good. About time this sort of thing should happen much more.

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    • 25
      dai migtily taxed says:

      might this stand as a precedent?

      if so – think on a bit – politicians liable for (arguably) wrong behaviour?

      to any lawyers – if political bodies’ (e.g. local auth’s) liability is still a bit foggy – the resonsibility of politicoes themselves might prove of interest

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  5. 5
    Honour says:

    Hasn’t the leader of his party called for his immediate resignation yet?

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  6. 6
    Unlock the 100 year D notices for the truth says:

    It would appear that the Westminster p*edo scandal will take the spotlight away from Handycock for a while.

    Unlock the D notices. It will be the only way to reveal the truth.

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      Floodgates indicate green says:

      Doesn’t really much matter. Thankfully, our days in Europe are numbered. Vote UKIP :)

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  8. 8

    Another politico perv! They are all coming out the woodwork now

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  9. 9

    Eurostars Vote UKIP:

    When’s the by-election ?

    Vote UKIP :-D

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  10. 10
    Not reported by the BBC says:

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  12. 12
    Lib Dem Whip says:

    Has anyone seen my Little Black Dirt Book I appear to have mislaid it?

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  13. 14
    albacore says:

    If you don’t vote UKIP, you must be mad
    Still, some folks just won’t see that they’ve been had
    Until the E U jackboot reigns supreme
    And an English England is just a dream

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  14. 15
    Pookie Snackumberger says:

    Has this been aired here before?

    Nearly seven million euros for the BBC in just one year.

    http://www.eureferendum.com/blogview.aspx?blogno=85066

    And in the run up to the 2010 general election that the European Investment Bank (EIB) loaned the BBC £141 million, despite “assurances” that it would not affect the BBC editorially, the prime condition of borrowing from the EIB is that you “promote and further the aims of the EU”!

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  16. 17
    Noncesense says:

    A whistleblower on the news last night said an MP told her he regarded care home boys as vermin. That sums up the moral depravity of the ruling elite. Working class orphan boys from care homes are seen as disposable pieces of meat to be r*ped, tortured and murdered. The perpetrators are the very ones who would go on TV and make speeches at conference about the importance of family values, all the while going to the Spartacus Club and Elm Guest House to bugger children and then have some of them disappeared. The rot exists in all parties. The Tory nonces have been protected by a sustained cover-up. Labour nonces are protected by Blair’s D notice. Lib Dem nonces were protected by a cover-up and a culture of convenient collective amnesia in which no one remembers anything and no one heard anything.

    Anyone who believes this isn’t still going on is very naive. And anyone who believes the inquiry will dig up the truth is even more naive. These perverts will be protected till they go to their graves. There is absolutely no way the identities of the p*dos from the 80s will be revealed. Only last week Simon Djancuk said he was leaned on by a Tory to not name names. The same culture of threats that targeted Dickens still pervades to protect the powerful.

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    • 20
      Vote Dave? Get stuffed says:

      The Church, Westminster politicians, the EU and the BBC have a lot in common.

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    • 21

      Why have people forgotten about the pin-down scandal of the early 90’s ?

      That should have put beyond doubt how the State regards many of its more rebellious wards.

      Vote UKIP :-D

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    • 31
      Floodgates indicate green says:

      Sod peedo enquiries that will achieve nothing. I want prosecutions. Vote UKIP :)

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    • 53
      Jack Ketch says:

      It’s an old British tradition. Just look up “Cleveland Street Scandal”.

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      • 56
        Keep Our Press Free says:

        Thanks to Hacked Off and Leveson a muzzled press
        will no longer be able to investigate and report such
        horrific scandals.
        Hope Grant,Coogan and the rest of them are satisfied.

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  17. 23
    Noncesense says:

    MPs, peers, celebrities, lawyers, judges, BBC staff, teachers, social workers, charity workers, doctors, executives – the cover-up extends to all these groups who’ve looked out for one another and have been protected for decades. They’ll be laughing at the announcement of an inquiry because they already know fuck all will be revealed. It’ll be a whitewash of Hutton proportions. They’ll find a couple of elderly near-deathbed perverts no one’s ever heard of and prosecute them as a way of giving the gullible public some red meat which will allow the government to say the inquiry has been a success and we can all move on. The establishment always wins in the end.

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    • 29
      Anonymous says:

      That is what the GO warning “We’re all in this together” was really all about.

      The establishment will protect the establishment. Firts rule – last rule.

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      • 63
        Handycock (Teen Fondler) says:

        The Establishment tried to protect me, but that trollope ‘Princess’ was determined to expose me, and that lawyer of hers did for me. It was a sad day for all in Parliament when this happened. Boaz.

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        • 80
          Danielle from Romania says:

          What about me and the other girls in the orphanage Handy? You promised us all you would marry us, and it broke my heart as I was only 12 at the time.,

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  18. 26
    Tachybaptus says:

    But will the cost of investigating and trying to recover the costs exceed the costs themselves?

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  19. 27
    Anonymous says:

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  20. 32
    Ma­­qb­oul says:

    Time for a dementia relapse.

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  21. 34

    BLAIR IS THE WORST NONCE OF ALL.

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  22. 37
    Noncesense says:

    Some questions to ponder when considering the rot in the establishment and the moral depravity of its members.

    Geoffrey Dickens’ premature death.

    The coincidental suicides of 25 GEC-Marconi scientists who all worked on the same project.

    The conveniently timely death of John Smith that paved the way for Tony Blair and his cabal.

    The conveniently timely deaths of Robin Cook and Dr K.

    Photos found in a train station in the 80s of a famous Christian singer posing in women’s underwear with underage boys. The singer was to be charged until the authorities told the police to back off.

    The convenient red herring this week of a historic allegation by a WOMAN against Brittan, whom police were at pains to say was over 18 at the time of the allegation. Almost as if this inconsequential allegation has been put out as a smokescreen to the real rumours out there.

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  23. 38
    Viperous Old Vince says:

    I have never heard of Mike Hardcock.

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  24. 39
    Anonymous says:

    Why Is Obama Encouraging Illegal Immigration When We Can’t Take Care Of Millions Of Our Own Citizens?

    http://theeconomiccollapseblog.com/archives/why-is-obama-encouraging-illegal-immigration-when-we-cant-take-care-of-millions-of-our-own-citizens

    For years, the Obama administration has been making it abundantly clear that it is a friend of illegal immigrants. Border security is a joke, the federal government refuses to go after “sanctuary cities” even though they are breaking federal law, there is a website that instructs immigrants how to sign up for welfare programs once they arrive in the United States, and the Obama administration has distributed flyers that tell illegal immigrants that their immigration status will not be checked when they apply for food stamps.

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    Noncesense says:

    Politicians, the judiciary, the church, the royals, the NHS, the finance and legal sectors, charities, social services, schools, the BBC, celebrities – one gigantic cesspit of depravity who’ve looked after each other for decades.

    Don’t be surprised if there’s some sudden breaking news in the next few weeks to divert attention. One thing history has shown is that “don’t look over here, look over there” always works like a charm on the masses.

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  26. 45
    Joe Public who will be Voting for UKIP ORG at May 2015 GE says:

    Perhaps EUSSR Cloggy should be forced, by the Court of Public Opinion,
    not only apologise via the MSM, for allowing this vile Handycock situation
    to carry on for many years without having the back bone or guts, like his
    coalition partner CMDD, something they both have in common !! But
    EUSSR Cloggy should also make a substantial contribution from his
    own pocket towards Pommy Councils costs. Or will he continue to
    adopt what is the normal Leb Dims Policy of Hear Nothing, See Nothing
    & most of all Say Nothing !!!
    Perhaps Lord (Now very Tarnished & Corroded) Steeele who gave his
    blessing for perv Cy*ril Smi*th to carry on span*king little boys !! is who
    EUSSR Cloggy learnt how not to deal with this type of debauched
    perversion ??

    The sooner all of the so called great & the good involved are brought to
    account before the Courts the better, however the special handshake &
    rolled trouser leg is what a lot of them are hoping will get them off ever
    being made accountable…….As the Establishment will as usual all close
    ranks to protect there own……aaah so much for British Justice &
    Democracy !!

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    Noncesense says:

    Former Cabinet Secretary Lord Butler was on Newsnight last night. When asked if he heard rumours during the 80s of a child abuse network, he said no.
    :-D :-D :-D :-D

    Unfortunately for him, he’s not a good liar. His eyes gave him away.

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    Blue Peter Goldfish says:

    My memory is a bit (Morning) cloudy on that one, except I have perfect recall that all the incriminating evidence in the dossier was definitely handed over to a person that is now deceased and as such, unavailable for interview on the matter.

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  29. 52
    Anonymous says:

    Quite right too…..

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  30. 54
    Sir Nob Skelpoff says:

    B-Liar is involved as well…
    Remember operation ore? Blair prevented plod from arresting MP’s caught bang to rights paying for downloaded pedo porn with their credit cards (MP’s = dumb smucks). He slapped a ‘D-Notice’ on the papers.

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  31. 55
    The lateRobert, Lord Boothby says:

    I never met the Kray twins. I don’t know what a Rent Boy is. Neither did my friend Tom Driberg. I never received £40,000 damages from the Daily Mirror in 1964 for saying that I did, honest.

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  32. 57
    Handycock says:

    Im still in The Priory in the Margaret Moran ward. Very busy at The priory today
    with lots of eighties politicians seeking emergency admission. I may have to share a room at this rate.

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  33. 69
    Living in Hope says:

    If Handycock is made to pay out tens of thousands, it could perhaps bankrupt him. If that happens he would by law have to resign his seat and force a by election if it happens soon.

    Bring it on!

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  34. 85
    Eye up lad says:

    Is anyone going to investigate Handy’s trips to orphanages in Romania?

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    • 86
      Danielle from Romania says:

      It is about time. He was sexually abusing us all when we were children. He even promised to marry some of us when we were 16.

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