July 11th, 2014

Claire Perry’s Flip-Flop on Westminster Cover Ups


Seeker of the truth and protector of the vulnerable, Claire Perry has spoken out over how Westminster closes ranks to protect its own and cover up potential scandals:

“Why has it taken so many years for allegations to be believed and action to be taken?

Part of the problem can be traced, in my view, to the ‘chumocracy’ that for too long has been at the heart of the so-called Establishment, consisting of too many people with the same interests and the same out-of-touch sense of entitlement coming together to protect their own.

It is this sort of persistent ‘otherness’ that so many of us are determined to change, to make the system more representative, more real and more normal. Some may say we have not succeeded yet but we will keep on trying.”

The very same Claire Perry who, as a current Tory whip, is ignoring a complaint made to her by a young female aide about David Ruffley. Guido understands that Katie Pruszynski, who wrote to her warning that failing to sack Ruffley “is grossly at odds with our moral compass“, has been told that the whips will be taking no action. Perry yesterday declined on three separate occasions the chance to explain her decision to Guido. Whips like Perry have known about the allegations against Ruffley for years and are staying silent even now to protect him…


  1. 1
    Banned says:

    Claire Perry is only interested in Claire Perry.


    • 3
      Vote Dave? Get stuffed says:

      When you vote for the Liblabcons you know what you are voting for. Hypocrites.


      • 9
        Handycock, Pervert Extraordinaire, MP says:

        I was covered up for, for decades and I still am being covered up for. It is great being an MP, it means you are completely above the law, joint the Brotherhood and you are even more invulnerable. I mean look, have the Hampshire police arrested me and charged me with sexual abuse, abuse of power, and perverting the course of justice? No! Have they threatened to put me on the sex offenders list? No! Even though I have admitted sexually abusing a vulnerable constituent and paid her an out of Court settlement. Claire Perry makes good points about Establishment cover ups and long may it be so. I have not even been thrown out of the Liberal Democrat Party yet. Boaz.



        • 11
          Parliamentary Standards Commissioner says:

          Hope you are enjoying your holiday in your villa in Spain Handy. Jahbulon.


          • Jeville Granner says:

            Oy vey, when will the persecution of G_d’s Chosen child rapists and murderers ever end?!


          • Winston Smith says:

            L@rd G J is going to use the Guiness defence to escape jail : i do hope the police get an independent doctor’s assessment. Interestingly he is still outspoken in his calls for 90 year olds with no evidence of wrong doing other than being in the wrong place at the wrong time to be show trialled.


          • Keep digging says:

            Someone needs to find a cure for dementia, pretty damn quick.


          • Dementia my arse says:

            Hey are you free for a kids party at the weekend ? We’re looking for someone who can do magic tricks .


        • 16
          inside out says:

          What this mug Handcock doesn’t understand is the, “Establishment”are looking for somebody to hang out to dry for all this paedophile abuse in Parliament.Step forward Handcock,it wouldn’t surprise me if he was the fall guy for all “Establishment” ills.


        • 57
          Banned says:

          Isn’t it funny how Nick Clegg is very prone to support perverts in his party. It’s almost as if he enjoys having sexual predators and perverts around him for company. I wonder why that is?


          • Handycock (Teen Fondler) says:

            The answer is quite simple. If you have an organisation that is infiltrated by one or two Perverts, the word gets aroung to other Perverts. If, at the same time, it is believed that belonging to that organisation, as a Pervert, will gurantee you some sort of protection, membership becomes very attractive. The Liberal Democrat Party formerly the Liberal Party has been a flame that moth Perverts have been attracted to for years. I used to be a member of the Labour Party but soon jumped ship when I knew what was going on with the liberal Democrats formerly Liberals and SDP latterly Liberal Democrats. Just look at my fellow Perverts in the Party going back years, Thorpe, Smith, Oaten, Huhne, Laws, Hughes, Vernon Jackson et al. Not forgetting me of course. Boaz.


          • Lord Rennard says:

            What about me Handy? Jahbulon.


          • "Decent Chap, Clegg, Naive But Decent" says:

            Makes him look family friendly.


        • 104
          Anonymous says:

          The voice of Silent Majority

          Tell me why is it opinions
          Differ Throughout all mankind?
          Why is a general consensus
          never quite clearly defined?

          Why do we need to put borders
          to mark nationalities land?
          If such a thing is important
          why is immigration not banned?

          Why is it our politicians
          Waffle each night on the news
          That Britain is most democratic
          whilst simply ignoring our views?

          Why does our Great British nation
          Known as a sovereign state
          Have it’s laws overruled by Strasbourg
          Without any public debate?

          Why is it that all our judges
          Have opinions that to us seem lax?
          Giving less of a sentence to villains
          than for failing to pay the poll tax

          why should we really consider
          the ethnic minority view?
          In the land they originally come from
          I doubt they’d take notice of you

          Why do we put up with do-gooders
          Preaching to us of PC?
          English is our national language
          And England is supposed to be free

          Why should we bother with travellers
          Camping wherever they like?
          If they camped in Buckingham Palace
          They’d soon be told, “Get on your bike”

          Why do we let politicians?
          Flood us with folk from abroad
          Whilst closing down local old folks homes
          That we can no longer afford

          Why are we paying out billions?
          To contribute to free foreign aid
          To countries who really don’t need it
          Or rule with the gun and the blade

          What is all this human rights nonsense?
          It’s a load of old self-righteous crap
          Lawbreakers locked in the slammer
          and naughty kids given a slap

          what’s so good about toleration?
          Why are we so prissy and trite?
          We should ignore other’s lands indignation
          and “Pull the ladder up Jack I’m all right”.

          We must not let this downslide continue
          Great Britain is starting to slip
          Ignore further LIBLABCON bulls**T
          Just get out and vote for UKIP


        • 113

          Who T F cares if he no longer has a career with tbe LibDems

          a) even under normal circumstances that would be a cause for celebration given their descent into the seven circles of haides under Clegg

          b ) all he does is nominate himself an Independent without one iota of agreement from his electorate and keeos taking the money until at least May 2015 by which time he will have secured another cosy billet on sone other statal or parastatal teat .

          What s not to like !!


        • 134
          Judean People's Front says:

          tell us about the Internet watershed again Claire


    • 13
      What KT did says:

      Just because wet behind the ears idealistic young KT has made a complaint, does not make KT right in her complaint.

      Rumours 9 times out of 10 have no substance other than they have grown from a lie.


      • 86
        Anonymous says:

        He’s been cautioned by the police for assaulting his partner – that’s not a rumour you fucking moron, it’s an admission if guilt by virtue of accepting the caution.


      • 108
        Colonel Mustard says:

        This is much more newsworthy story than “Whip seeks more effective medical treatment for mentally ill and occasionally suicidal MP instead of disciplining him”.


        • 115

          Are HoC lady Whips actually allocated a whip to enable them the better to perform their duties. ?

          If yes then the question arises ; when they relinquish the post are they allowed to keep the whip as the first element of their inventory in starting a new new career as S&M dominatrixes in flats /dungeons off the Earls Court Road ?


    • 15
      M­a­­q­b­o­­ul says:

      No wonder Russell Brand divorced her.


    • 41
      Margaret Moran says:

      Just pretend you are too ill to stand trial. Worked a treat for me!



    • 44
      Tom Catesby says:

      That smells like hypocracy not rosewater, Perry!


      • 71
        Hamp*shires Chief of the double bent Old Bill says:

        We always do our upmost to assist our special handshake & rolled up

        trouser leg ‘Brothers’ in every way we can & with Brother Handycock

        its was just the small matter of misplacing vital Court evidence…….

        and of course all condoned by all the Political Establishment who

        have a very really vested for this never to come before the courts

        BUT if you happen to be a law abiding motorist who is caught just

        over the speed limit we will be down on you like a ton of bricks &

        will of course massage the facts we present to the Magistrates Court

        to ensure draconian penalties are inflicted when found guilty……..

        Who ever said the Police & Crime Commissioners would make no

        difference to how we operate was 100% correct as its not what

        you know BUT who you know……..


        • 107
          Members of the Libertine Lodge, Portsmouth Civic Offices says:

          Good to see you the other night Chief Constable and also Worshipful Master Handy carrying out more initiations. Boaz.


    • 90
      The Minister for silly hats says:


      • 118

        I bet they were made to stand by their beds for a rigorous personal kit inspection in barracks after that was taken .

        Had they gone “commando” for the occasion ?


    • 91
      thanks says:

      here we have the problem in one article. MP’s now seem ready to kick off about child abuse as the Govt have widened the net to include the NHS and BBC (i.e to dilute the attention on Parliament and the Lords/Establishment – whatever that means these days) but they ignore things like this. Nothing has changed.

      It’s interesting that Savilles relationship with Lady T and Prince Charles receives little attention. Did the civil service/Mi5 etc warn them about him? if not, why not?


    • 100
      The Growler says:

      Perry is one of how many in the whips office, so she could easily be overuled by the senior whips, without knowing all the facts I could not really comment, but only what I see as a bystander, it does seem strange when she normal doesn’t seem to let others ride rough shod on the oppressed without comment.


    • 131
      Career protecting tart watch says:

      Hypocritical bitch.


  2. 2
    Rick Cheatham says:

    More public sector incompetence.


    • 105
      The Growler says:

      NO, that cannot be, it’s (the Con. party) the party of light and openness today’s, modern, shiney, the epitome of a political party, incompetence is what happens in those horrible Liebore councils up and down the land, there are absolutely no flies on anything Conservative.


  3. 4
    Ockham's Razor says:

    Suppose they gave a strike and nobody came?

    Calling a strike that very few people really care about risks making the strikers look irrelevant.

    Which they are.


    • 8
      Vote Dave? Get stuffed says:

      If they want more money they can always get a job as a banker.


      • 20
        Nice weather we're 'avin says:

        You obviously don’t know any. The bankers outside the investment industry all work around 3-4 hours of overtime a day for little pay. Bonuses to make up for this are a thing of the past and people striking this week have had more pay rises than the average bank employee.

        No doubt you comment arises from the campaign by Labour and their friends in the media to shift the blame for the financial crisis. The Labour leadership share responsibility for deregulation, a toothless regulator, Gordon’s incompetence and his cosy relationships.


        • 59
          Twampersand mk II says:

          And the bankers have to lick the roads clean, for a cup of cold gravel.

          Poor little mites, working 49 hours a day for minimum wage. My heart bleeds.


          • Ma­­qb­oul says:

            Brown must have got on his knees and prayed thanks to God when the financial crisis came along and provided the smokescreen and the scapegoats for 10 years of economic sabotage.


          • Nice weather we're 'avin says:

            If you did a job swap, the bank staff for civil servants, by lunchtime:

            The civil servants would all be off with stress.
            The bank staff would be wondering what to do, having completed the days work.

            My neighbour is a junior manager in a bank process center. Leaves the house at 5/6 in the morning and doesn’t return till 7/8 at night. Manages 16 staff, gets paid £24,000 plus around £900 bonus. Much of his time is spent covering for part time colleagues, holidays and maternity leave. He laughed at those part timers in the media complaining about working 2 jobs. He does 2 full jobs everyday and only gets paid for 1.


        • 109
          The Growler says:

          No 21, “The Labour leadership share responsibility for deregulation, a toothless regulator, Gordon’s incompetence and his cosy relationships.” you have got it right there, the banksters approached Gordy and told him the the banks could make even more more for Gordy to spend if those pesky regulations were dropped, and it came to pass dropped a lot of banking regualtions and control, the regulator was a competely new office of government and had to hit the ground running, the trouble is they just ambled along and got swamped as things went wrong, they had tools of sorts but didn’t use them or just didn’t know how to use them. Gordy was incompetent because he did not keep an eye over all what was going on.


          • Hello Nice Weather

            Are you a George Formby variant ?

            ” Turned out nice again ” ……


          • The Growler says:

            Hi Brodders old chap, it’s mi age you know, like when someone of my age goes the GP and says I have pain in my shoulder, “What do you expect at your age” , sure it turned out nice in Yorkshire this morning at least, been cloudy for at least 1½ hours now.


  4. 5
    Ed Miliband says:

    I bet she doesn’t look like a pantomime Peter Pan character from the back.


  5. 6

    Perhaps Ms Perry is scared that Ruffley might slap her about.


    • 18
      Slap me bitch says:

      Yo! I was only trying to connect with the inner city ‘yoof’.


    • 68
      Stan Collymore, professionally offended minority says:

      Bet she likes that sort of thing. ALL the bitches love a bit of rough. Ulrika did, dirty bitch. I only used an open hand though.

      It’s not my fault I’m a twat, I’m a survivor of mental illness. Oooh, I was so depressed, I had to pull my girlfriend’s hair, threaten to burn her house down and kill her parents. That really turned her on.

      Can’t stop, I’m off to pleasure myself over the car windows of bitches doing it.


  6. 7

    Chum Perry has discovered that it’s far better to be inside the tent pissing out. Politicians are like that.


  7. 12
    Logan says:

    In the words of the late, great, Jimmy Hendrix:

    ” We’re all fucked”


  8. 14
    Yeh,I said it says:

    Chum or Bumocracy?
    Because let’s face it a disproportionate amount of victims are boys.


  9. 17
    The motive is the give away. says:

    Find out who is feeding this story to Geedo and you will discover the truth in all this.


    • 25
      Another fucking gem for ya says:

      Find out what this Saturday’s lottery numbers will be and you could become a very rich person indeed.


  10. 19
    Claire Perry says:

    I was right to criticise the so-called Establishment, consisting of too many people with the same interests and the same out-of-touch sense of entitlement coming together to protect their own, and right to be part of the so-called Establishment, consisting of too many people with the same interests and the same out-of-touch sense of entitlement coming together to protect their own.


  11. 21
    Prisoner 30492527 says:

    I wish I’d thought up that ‘too senile to stand trial’ whizz.


  12. 22
    Anonymous says:

    Covering up and lying by the political elite is in their blood. You only have to look at the eu to realise that.

    Meanwhile the ‘defeated’ Cameron capitulates to the German machine and offers up more British sacrifices to them under the European arrest warrant, he didn’t have to but goes ahead any way. And he wants to repatriate powers?

    The tory party will never take us out of Europe, the spiv Dave will see to that as well as Ken Clarke, Heseltine, Brittan, Howe etc etc.

    Dave won’t care even if he doesn’t get a majority in 2015 any way. He is just using the repatriation of powers and a referendum just to delay the inevitable of ever closer union and a united states of europe, just waiting for more and more of the oldies who are against the union to die. Increase immigration too(they wont give a fuck they are just happy to be here and take take take) and pretty soon there will be a majority for union.


  13. 23
    Tax payer says:

    Jolly nice of all those public sector workers to agree to forego a day’s pay yesterday in aid of austerity, saw a few of them waving cclourful flags to celebrate it. good show


    • 26
      Yvonne from the Colliers Arms Clydach says:

      I dont want any of those striking teachers anywhere near my kids.

      Can we have a full list of all their names and addresses on the internet please.

      After all we pay their wages and pensions .


      • 33
        Tax payer says:

        funny isn’t it, the majority of teachers are hideously left, as are the BBC and a lot of the media, they try to infect our young with poisonous leftist bullshit and yet still the country moves further right, glad they are failing to ruin us with a socialist doctrine


        • 52
          Nice weather we're 'avin says:

          Well said, I could cope with them if they had any common sense, humour, wit or intelligence. As they have none of the above I find the company of the average leftard tedious. The worst thing about them is they are completely unaware of their shortfalls and failings, and conveniently forget all misdeeds.


      • 53
        Tom Catesby says:

        When they are on strike I assume they are nowhere near your kids, that’s why you have to make alternative child minding arrangements.


  14. 24
    Dimmy Dave's all-female selection list disaster, part 264 says:

    So she got her job because (a) she was the most experienced and capable candidate for the role, or (b) because she’s got a vagina?


  15. 28
    Tony Blair says:

    You know my pet name for Cherie’s breasts is Flip-Flop?


  16. 31
    TimoUK says:

    Isn’t having whips who work for each party essentially prone for underhand tactics? Shouldn’t there be an independent body for complaints against MPs like in every other aspect of life?

    MP Ombudsmen?

    Oh wait, I thought for a second we lived in a fair system, my bad!


  17. 34
    Bob Fleming says:

    What are those mischievous Muzzies up to today? Hopefully all quiet for once


  18. 36

    Geoffrey Dickens RIP.

    Lord Havers RIP.

    Cyril Smith RIP.

    Let us have an Inquiry at taxpayers expense with no stones unturned.



  19. 38
    Twampersand mk II says:

    Private School, Oxford and Harvard educated, Bank of America and Credit Suisse employee and a safe seat in a county she had never previously lived in. Two houses, paid for by others.

    Has the front to talk about ‘entitlement’.

    What a piece of shit.


  20. 39
    Jimmy Saville says:

    I would.


  21. 40

    CABLE OUT !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


    • 55

      If Cable was a Banker rather than an Economist he would be out on his arse by now.


    • 61

      Broon flogged our gold reserves on the crest of a price slump and in today’s money cost the taxpayer £9 bn,and we still don’t know why he did it!.


      • 70
        Ma­­qb­oul says:

        We do know. It was an indirect way of saving one or two banks who had shorted gold by driving down the gold price so that they could meet their commitments. That is why he announced the sale in advance.


        • 98

          Robert Peston,BBC quote “So why did Gordon Brown as chancellor dispose of all that gold? Well, my recollection of conversations with him and his advisers at the time is that they hated what they perceived as the intrinsic laziness of gold. It simply sat in the vaults gleaming but earning no interest.

          They wanted assets that appeared to earn their keep, by generating interest payments.”.We still don’t know because no official reason was ever published,only Brown,Balls and Miliband plus Treasury officials are in the know.Everything else is speculation.


        • 106
          Anonymous says:

          Don’t tell me.. the bailout of these (foreign) banks that Mr McMental insisted on paved the way for the eventual banking crisis. It was foreign banks that were at risk, right?


    • 63
      Ma­­qb­oul says:

      Do you think the taxpayers would get the benefit in reduced tax rates if they had got another billion quid for it? Would they bollox.

      Far better that small investors like me made a few hundred quid overnight thanks to Vincey’s incompetence. First time I have ever had a windfall from the government like that.


  22. 48
    diane abbott says:

    please stop defacing my facebook page which can be found here https://www.facebook.com/Dianeabbott?fref=ts it takes ages to remove all the comments about me being a racist and spunking £11k of tax payers money on a portrait. so DON’T do it!!

    now where me rice and peas at


  23. 51
    Great F-ing Britain says:

    Files going walk about, D-notices, police investigations closed down, senior police officers taken off of cases, whitewash inquiries, bogus excuses not to prosecute, on and on it goes.


    • 80
      well there's a surprise says:

      And they wonder why voters are turning to UKIP..


    • 99
      inside out says:

      But a lot of this must be due to the Civil Service.They run the country not their political masters.The most powerful man in Great Britain is Sir Jeremy Heyward Cabinet Secretary.The man who investigated Plebgate.That says it all.He did that well.


      • 111
        Alex the Man says:

        He is not a civil servant. He is an attachment from a crooked bank in the City of London.

        Say no more….


    • 123

      Hey Guido – now you ve done Diego Garcia how about Tristan da Cunha . ?


  24. 58
    The Touchy feely Selfie MP says:


  25. 62
    Megawhite says:

    Do as I say, not as I do. The usual from a politician


  26. 76

    Brazil…for you ze Vorld cup is over!

    Now engerlanders..vhich of your most recent enemies do you vant to vin, eh?
    Don’t be a sad faces. Ve are all Germans now, ya?


  27. 77
    Max Mosley says:

    She has a whip you say??? interesting, can she speak German


  28. 79
    World cup says:

    Dilemma for all the Ex Nazi war criminals living in Argentina, who to support on Sunday!


  29. 85
    Incapable Vince, deputy Chief Cockroach says:

    I have never heard of Royal Mail shares.


  30. 100
    red ed peoples representative of the republic of doncaster says:

    sisters are doing it for themselves!!literally


  31. 103

    Radio 4 last night. London Inner city councils are giving Africans who are in their social housing, £40,000 or more each, to move out to the suburbs. They of course take the dosh and are buying up NEW housing stock and creating little Africas.


  32. 112
  33. 127

    Fantastic, political double-talk innit? These people live in a political bubble and have no contact to the real world bubble, except when the political bubble pops and lose their seats or go to prison etc. The Whips Office should be declared a Alzheimer-Free Zone where nothing is forgotten.


  34. 132
    Big D says:

    If the cops have searched someones office how come they can now claim that doctors advice is that they are incapable of being interviewed .
    Who are the doctors who’s advice has been taken ?
    The person concerned ?
    Are they NHS or private ?
    Todays Daily Mail .
    PC Plod would surely they checked out facts and have know that to be the case ( if true ) before they went in.
    How come you still have an office if you are ga ga ?
    Age hasnt been a problem in the Harris case .
    Will this be another case like Savile and Big Cyril when we will only be allowed names once someone has kicked the bucket.
    Its absolutely unaceptable , one law for entertainers another for politicians .
    The stables are full to the top .


  35. 135
    Anonymous says:

    Sirs ( sic)

    Claire Perry is one of the jauntiest ladies in Parliament and can jaunt with my good self anytime she likes.

    Does anyone remember Wayfinder shoes?

    Hidden ( secretly) within the heel was a compass and all us Boy Scouts had them.

    This was way before Harry Potter of course and his magic wand.

    The Scouts and my Wayfinder shoes with their moral compasses were my guide in life.

    Sadly I grew too big for them and too cynical to preserve my moral compass ( otherwise known as growing up ) and now work as a PR for the Blue Labour side similar to Darth Vader. I must confess that I also moonlight for Uncle Vince but don’t tell anyone.

    p.s. i wouldn’t mind discovering which way Claire Perry’s moral compass points.

    Lovely lady.

    I’ll stop there.


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