Tuesday, July 30, 2013

MacShane in Court

Denis MacShane is due at Westminster Magistrates Court today to face expenses fiddling charges:

20130730-084723.jpg “The charge is of false accounting, contrary to the Theft Act 1968. It is alleged that Denis Macshane claimed expenses for research and translation services carried out by a company that did not carry out that work. This charge relates to fraudulent claims with a total value of £12,900.”

Stay tuned…

Thursday, July 11, 2013

MacShane Charged

Denis McShane is to be charged with a single count of false accounting.

“Having thoroughly reviewed the evidence gathered by the police, I have decided there is sufficient evidence and it is in the public interest to bring a criminal charge against Denis MacShane. This charge relates to fraudulent claims with a total value of £12,900.

“The charge is of false accounting, contrary to the Theft Act 1968. It is alleged that Denis Macshane claimed expenses for research and translation services carried out by a company that did not carry out that work.”

Perfect timing…

Read the allegations against MacShane and all Guido’s stories about the claims against him here.

Tuesday, July 9, 2013

PA: CPS Set to Make Charging Decision on MacShane

According to the Press Association’s James Tapsfield the CPS have now “checked police evidence file” and claim to have  “everything needed to make charging decision” in relation to former Labour MP Denis MacShane…

Soon.

Monday, June 3, 2013

Shamed MacShane Becomes Lobbyist

In Guido’s Sun column yesterday we revealed that the disgraced former MP Denis MacShane has become a lobbyist despite still under police investigation for expenses fiddles. The laptop grabber is currently hawking around his CV in which he describes himself as a self-employed consultant based in “London, Paris and Washington”, “advising Asian, US and UK based firms on government policy problems and media strategy”. For some reason the would-be lobbyist’s CV doesn’t mention why he was kicked out of Parliament and remains to this day under investigation by the Metropolitan Police.

His alleged new offices in “London, Paris and Washington” will be a big step up from his old office – the garage of his semi-detached house in Rotherham – for which over 8 years he pocketed £125,000 in office rent expenses from the taxpayer

Friday, May 10, 2013

Clock Ticking For MacShane

Tuesday, February 5, 2013

Chris Huhne is No Longer an MP
Treasury Confirms Chiltern Hundreds 

Thursday, January 24, 2013

MacShane Finds a Friend In the Staggers

Tin foil hat time over at the progressive workhouse that is the Staggers. Apparently the police have re-opened their investigations into proven liar Denis MacShane because of David Cameron’s speech on Europe. No, really:

macshane-cake“What’s really going on with this new police investigation into Denis MacShane’s expenses? Months ago, the police said there would be no charges, and there’s no new information. There’s a reason why they have suddenly reopened it, now of all times, and it’s got nothing at all to do with Denis’s expenses, and everything to do with David Cameron’s speech about Europe.”

Francis Beckett froths on before admitting MacShane is a old friend and then saying it’s all fine because David Laws thieved more. He then has a go at Guido for doing his job of exposing crooks. Yes Guido is vindictive, MacShane would still be at it if he was not…

Tuesday, January 22, 2013

Kev and Denis: Better Off Out

Poor old Kevin Maguire. You know how it is; put a good word in for a disgraced mate, after all, what harm could come from bigging them up despite the fact they were forced out of Parliament for their thieving ways? Bit too risky for the Mirror so pop a kind word in the Staggers, hardly anyone will see it there anyway. Poor old Denis, he deserves a pat on the back. Et cetera:

“Britain’s nascent Eurofan fightback against the Europhobes is tussling with how to utilise Denis MacShane, a former MP who many on both sides of the Commons feel was treated roughly when forced to quit Rotherham. It was MacEurope, a walking encyclopaedia on all things EU, who spotted instantly that Cameron’s double-Dutch big speech on 22 January would upset Monsieur Hollande and Frau Merkel by clashing with the 50th-anniversary celebrations in Berlin of a Franco- German Élysée treaty. Denis the Menace has baggage but few will be as combative or as skilled in the trench warfare ahead.”

Presumably Kevin filed this before the police relaunched their fraud investigation into MacShane yesterday.

“Baggage” is one way of describing it.

He will be super-useful coordinating the great EU-fight back from a cell.

Monday, January 21, 2013

BREAKING: Police Reopen MacShane Investigation

Is it too early to open the champagne on a Monday morning?

The Met have just announced that they are to reopen the investigation into Denis MacShane’s mystery £7,000 fraud.

As mystic Guido alluded to on Friday afternoon.

It looks like he will be needing those files on his “welcome back to the Labour Party” cake after all.

Developing…

Friday, January 18, 2013

MacShane Gets Off…This Time

macshane-cakeShamed expenses cheat Denis MacShane will not be prosecuted…for swearing down a megaphone during a demonstration last year. The former Rotherham MP was reported to the police after launching a four-letter tirade in front of a crowd in October, but no further action is to be taken due to lack of evidence.

He might not be so lucky the next time the cops come calling…


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