A New Commons Scandel

#1
An investigation has been instigated by Sir Philip Mawer, the Parliamentary Standards Commissioner after two Labour MPs complained that several consitiuency Conservative Parties were offering dinners at the Commons for cash.

This apparently in contravention of rules which state

"may not be used as an inducement to recruit new members of outside organisations or non-Parliamentary associations".
And just look at who is being investigated

Among the prominent Tories under investigation are George Osborne, the shadow chancellor; Alan Duncan, shadow industry secretary; Lord Heseltine, the former deputy PM; Oliver Letwin, the policy chief, and Michael Ancram, the former shadow foreign secretary and deputy leader of the party.
Cash for Dinners Scandal
 

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#2
Quite night at the Guardian - old story - still waiting for the findings. Most probably have to wait as long as the report on the freebie holiday our great leader took at the pad of one of his cronies, again. They all at it Sven, get a life.
 
#3
Not quite the same league as lying to the country and Parliament to go on an illegal war costing the lives of hundreds of British servicemen, or giving your unelected mates ministerial positions or giving out peerages and large government contracts to people who have given you a million quid is it? Then again is it as bad as lying about paying for a holiday at market rates when it was free?

Still, if rules have been broken then people must pay the penalty, and here dear pathetic little lickspittle Sven (yes, I know: personal invective again) is the difference between the socialists and the Tories: when Tories get caught they apologise and, if required, they resign. Lairbour scum lie, lie, lie again and when caught redhanded refuse to resign until Toneee feels it may cost him a vote or two and then Hey Presto! A few months later they are back where they were.
 
#4
Sven said:
An investigation has been instigated by Sir Philip Mawer, the Parliamentary Standards Commissioner after two Labour MPs complained that several consitiuency Conservative Parties were offering dinners at the Commons for cash.

This apparently in contravention of rules which state

"may not be used as an inducement to recruit new members of outside organisations or non-Parliamentary associations".
And just look at who is being investigated

Among the prominent Tories under investigation are George Osborne, the shadow chancellor; Alan Duncan, shadow industry secretary; Lord Heseltine, the former deputy PM; Oliver Letwin, the policy chief, and Michael Ancram, the former shadow foreign secretary and deputy leader of the party.
Cash for Dinners Scandal
Who cares !!!!

How does this affect me, the Army or the MOD ? And as an ARRSE user why should I be remotely interested. Isn't it about time you (those politically minded) stopped posting this drivel.
 
#5
Interesting

Cash for peerages - hang em high

Cash for dinners - oh, it doesn't matter, its nothing to do with the army, or ex army.

I understand that the story is three months old but to say it is an old story is disengenuous. It is not nearly as old as the cash for peerages scandal
 
#6
Sven said:
Interesting

Cash for peerages - hang em high

Cash for dinners - oh, it doesn't matter, its nothing to do with the army, or ex army.

I understand that the story is three months old but to say it is an old story is disengenuous. It is not nearly as old as the cash for peerages scandal
Sven my view on this is simple. If this is the best that Neue Arbeit can come up with the smear HM Loyal Opposition then they're in even deeper sh!t than one might otherwise imagine.
 
#7
DontMentionTheWar said:
Sven said:
Interesting

Cash for peerages - hang em high

Cash for dinners - oh, it doesn't matter, its nothing to do with the army, or ex army.

I understand that the story is three months old but to say it is an old story is disengenuous. It is not nearly as old as the cash for peerages scandal
Sven my view on this is simple. If this is the best that Neue Arbeit can come up with the smear HM Loyal Opposition then they're in even deeper sh!t than one might otherwise imagine.
I don't believe that Sir Philip Mawer, the Parliamentary Standards Commissioner is politically aligned to anyone. The Standards committee is and its chairman is Labour - no he isn't, the chairman is Sir George Young who is of course a Tory
 
#8
Sven said:
Interesting

Cash for peerages - hang em high

Cash for dinners - oh, it doesn't matter, its nothing to do with the army, or ex army.

I understand that the story is three months old but to say it is an old story is disengenuous. It is not nearly as old as the cash for peerages scandal
I didn't give a toss about the cash for peerages issue either.
 
#10
Ronnie8781 said:
Is scandel like scandal?
Oh !!! did he mean scandal? well, that throws a whole new light on the really interesting issue. I thought he was talking about obscure spanish footwear.
 
#13
Sven said:
Interesting

Cash for peerages - hang em high

Cash for dinners - oh, it doesn't matter, its nothing to do with the army, or ex army.

I understand that the story is three months old but to say it is an old story is disengenuous. It is not nearly as old as the cash for peerages scandal
Come come now sven there is a wee tad of a difference between, bunging a million at Tony to get a life peerage and all the benefits that entails, and 'selling' a few cheesy house of commons sandwiches for a few quid!!

as someone said yes the rules have been broken and someone should be brought to book, but lets put it in perspective shall we!!
 
#14
Sven said:
Interesting

Cash for peerages - hang em high

Cash for dinners - oh, it doesn't matter, its nothing to do with the army, or ex army.

I understand that the story is three months old but to say it is an old story is disengenuous. It is not nearly as old as the cash for peerages scandal
So 'Sven' your position is that a dinner= a peerage.

Well on that basis last night I was actually made a Viscount at The Ivy.
 
#15
Unsworth said:
Sven said:
Interesting

Cash for peerages - hang em high

Cash for dinners - oh, it doesn't matter, its nothing to do with the army, or ex army.

I understand that the story is three months old but to say it is an old story is disengenuous. It is not nearly as old as the cash for peerages scandal
So 'Sven' your position is that a dinner= a peerage.

Well on that basis last night I was actually made a Viscount at The Ivy.
Breaking the rules is just that, breaking rules. So, in that supposedly honourable people are allegedly doing wrong there is no difference.
 
#16
Sven said:
Unsworth said:
Sven said:
Interesting

Cash for peerages - hang em high

Cash for dinners - oh, it doesn't matter, its nothing to do with the army, or ex army.

I understand that the story is three months old but to say it is an old story is disengenuous. It is not nearly as old as the cash for peerages scandal
So 'Sven' your position is that a dinner= a peerage.

Well on that basis last night I was actually made a Viscount at The Ivy.
Breaking the rules is just that, breaking rules. So, in that supposedly honourable people are allegedly doing wrong there is no difference.
Of course there is a difference you muppet one set are a bunch of conniving lying theiving nepotistic scum called Liarbour and the others are being your typical Tory politicians...there is a big difference from selling a few dinners whatever their worth to selling peerages and putting millions into the party's coffers.
 
#17
geo7863 said:
Sven said:
Unsworth said:
Sven said:
Interesting

Cash for peerages - hang em high

Cash for dinners - oh, it doesn't matter, its nothing to do with the army, or ex army.

I understand that the story is three months old but to say it is an old story is disengenuous. It is not nearly as old as the cash for peerages scandal
So 'Sven' your position is that a dinner= a peerage.

Well on that basis last night I was actually made a Viscount at The Ivy.
Breaking the rules is just that, breaking rules. So, in that supposedly honourable people are allegedly doing wrong there is no difference.
Of course there is a difference you muppet one set are a bunch of conniving lying theiving nepotistic scum called Liarbour and the others are being your typical Tory politicians...there is a big difference from selling a few dinners whatever their worth to selling peerages and putting millions into the party's coffers.
So are You saying that the Tories aren't as implecated as Labour in the cash for peerages?
 
#18
Sven, I know that you are a thick cünt, so I will try and keep it to simple words that you might understand.

The difference: Tory party - good morals as a party with a few rotten apples in the barrel. When the rotten apples are found they are discarded.

Liarbour: institutionally morally bankrupt bunch of lying shíts. When rotten apples are found they are promoted, retained and looked after.

As your your point that the Tories are as deep in the poo as Liarbour are over the cash-for-honours scandal, you really are thick as pig shít aren't you?

It may have escaped your attention, but Tories tend to have lives outside of politics. The majority of them are/have been very successful in business outside of Parliament. The people nominated for peerages by the Tories have, amazingly, done more for Britain than merely give a million quid loan to the party.

The people who Lying Toney nominated have achieved nothing without cronyism in their lives. This can also be said for that cnut Drayson and his ilk.

You may want to accuse me of having a small vocabluary for using the word 'cnut' so much, but actually I am well educated and have a large vocabluary from which to choose. It is just that from the whole rich English language, the word 'cünt' best sums up Lairbour and you.

CÜNT!
 
#19
Sven said:
Unsworth said:
Sven said:
Interesting

Cash for peerages - hang em high

Cash for dinners - oh, it doesn't matter, its nothing to do with the army, or ex army.

I understand that the story is three months old but to say it is an old story is disengenuous. It is not nearly as old as the cash for peerages scandal
So 'Sven' your position is that a dinner= a peerage.

Well on that basis last night I was actually made a Viscount at The Ivy.
Breaking the rules is just that, breaking rules. So, in that supposedly honourable people are allegedly doing wrong there is no difference.
Look you young fools...it isn't so much about breaking the rules as written. It is about the arrogance, lack of morality and ethical absence of mind that these issues revolve. The opposition politicians are men who individually seem to lack that moral compass but the government seems to have a corporate mindset.

Mind you, Pay as You Dine deserves to be a scandal at national interest level!!
 
#20
Cuddles said:
Look you young fools...it isn't so much about breaking the rules as written. It is about the arrogance, lack of morality and ethical absence of mind that these issues revolve...
Actually Cuddles I think it is more to do with Sven being a cünt!
 

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