A randy MP, a glamorous ex-wife - and the SAS!

#2
True or not (and the pics appear pretty damning) I bet he'll not be sleeping as soundly for the next little while.
 
#3
The photograph of Cameron Spence pointing to a map has got to be one of the worst made-up images I have ever seen. In these hardened financial times have The Sun started using Windows Paint to create their graphics?
 
#4
Sangreal said:
The photograph of Cameron Spence pointing to a map has got to be one of the worst made-up images I have ever seen. In these hardened financial times have The Sun started using Windows Paint to create their graphics?
I was thinking that. It is fairly terrible.

On another topic, how does this affect Keetch's ability to do his job. This has always puzzled me about politics. Doing drugs at university, or having sex with some random women doesn't prevent you from being a good politican. We all know politicians are slimy, so why do the papers act surprised when they're caught? 8O
 
#6
smudge67 said:
Estranged wife...........so a complete non-story.
Yes, and no. The Right Hon. Keetch is still married, or so the story indicates. But that wouldn't allow the Sun to squeeze the word 'SAS' into the title.
 
#8
LAIT said:
smudge67 said:
Estranged wife...........so a complete non-story.
Y-e-e-e-s...but he's a married MP.

Was that not clear from The Sun article? And I'd hate to see your interpretation of 'The Service Test'.
I've nailed plenty of married ladies. So what?
 
#10
Have you seen the photo of his wife?!?! If I were married to that I'd playing away aswell!
 
#11
smudge67 said:
LAIT said:
smudge67 said:
Estranged wife...........so a complete non-story.
Y-e-e-e-s...but he's a married MP.

Was that not clear from The Sun article? And I'd hate to see your interpretation of 'The Service Test'.
I've nailed plenty of married ladies. So what?
You're my hero. No, really.
 
#12
Is he putting it on expenses? :twisted:
 
#13
miles_gloriosus said:
smudge67 said:
LAIT said:
smudge67 said:
Estranged wife...........so a complete non-story.
Y-e-e-e-s...but he's a married MP.

Was that not clear from The Sun article? And I'd hate to see your interpretation of 'The Service Test'.
I've nailed plenty of married ladies. So what?
You're my hero. No, really.
Thanks.

So is the outrage the fact that he's having an affair? So what? Thousand of people are having affairs. Get over it. Or is it because he's an MP, and having an affair? If so then is it ok for a binman (for example) to have an affair, but not a MP? What a crock of arrse.

Or did your wife leave you for someone else because you can't get it up?
 
#14
The private life of politicians is a complete and utter non-story. How does his love life influence his political ability? It doesn't!

From the article I gather some info which makes the news value even lower: Ms Spence is already separated from her husband. She works for our MP as a constituency case worker. So here we have an MP 170 miles from home in a some appartment with a MILF emplyee who's effectively single. They start having it off.
The only newsvalue is that both are somewhat in the public eye: She used to be an author's wife and he's the LibDem Whip.

So fucking what! Tell me about what's going in Sudan, or Liberia. or Sierra Leone. People are still killing each other there and we'll probably be deployed there next. Thousands are raped and murdered or dying of hunger. That's news.
 
#15
So is the outrage the fact that he's having an affair? So what? Thousand of people are having affairs. Get over it. Or is it because he's an MP, and having an affair? If so then is it ok for a binman (for example) to have an affair, but not a MP? What a crock of arrse.
think you'll find most people are just shocked at the "windows paint" job. no-one is on the bus.
 
#16
So, not only are Paul Keetch's trouser buttons undone but Cameron Spence's top pocket as well - outrage!
 
#17
Or did your wife leave you for someone else because you can't get it up?[/quote]

No smudge mine did,

one of THEM did her, :hump:


then again I told her not to dress in the hijab and day sack when shopping in the garrision Naffi :D

mind you she's alright for 51 I would, except them might come over my balcony late at night so back to the RAF news
 
#18
smudge67 said:
Have you seen the photo of his wife?!?! If I were married to that I'd playing away aswell!
His wife is fairly attractive I think, tall and slender, have you seen the state of him and his expenses bloated belly shelf.

The mistress or her husband must have a book out for Christmas that needs some publicity.
 
#19
smudge67 said:
miles_gloriosus said:
smudge67 said:
LAIT said:
smudge67 said:
Estranged wife...........so a complete non-story.
Y-e-e-e-s...but he's a married MP.

Was that not clear from The Sun article? And I'd hate to see your interpretation of 'The Service Test'.
I've nailed plenty of married ladies. So what?
You're my hero. No, really.
Thanks.

So is the outrage the fact that he's having an affair? So what? Thousand of people are having affairs. Get over it. Or is it because he's an MP, and having an affair? If so then is it ok for a binman (for example) to have an affair, but not a MP? What a crock of arrse.

Or did your wife leave you for someone else because you can't get it up?
Given it's Current Affairs, I'll answer seriously. My wife hasn't left me.

As LAIT has previously alluded to, the whole issue of extra-marital affairs is one of trust and broken promises. As such, they undermine the credibility for those concerned and therefore do affect their ability in positions of responsibility. That's why there's a Service Test. As it happens, I don't think it's okay for a binman to have an affair but as he doesn't influence the laws of the land I'm less bothered by his morals.

I rather hope that you're not in any kind of position of responsibility, so the only test you fail is as a human being.
 
#20
miles_gloriosus said:
smudge67 said:
miles_gloriosus said:
smudge67 said:
LAIT said:
smudge67 said:
Estranged wife...........so a complete non-story.
Y-e-e-e-s...but he's a married MP.

Was that not clear from The Sun article? And I'd hate to see your interpretation of 'The Service Test'.
I've nailed plenty of married ladies. So what?
You're my hero. No, really.
Thanks.

So is the outrage the fact that he's having an affair? So what? Thousand of people are having affairs. Get over it. Or is it because he's an MP, and having an affair? If so then is it ok for a binman (for example) to have an affair, but not a MP? What a crock of arrse.

Or did your wife leave you for someone else because you can't get it up?
Given it's Current Affairs, I'll answer seriously. My wife hasn't left me.

As LAIT has previously alluded to, the whole issue of extra-marital affairs is one of trust and broken promises. As such, they undermine the credibility for those concerned and therefore do affect their ability in positions of responsibility. That's why there's a Service Test. As it happens, I don't think it's okay for a binman to have an affair but as he doesn't influence the laws of the land I'm less bothered by his morals.

I rather hope that you're not in any kind of position of responsibility, so the only test you fail is as a human being.
So you profess to trusting politicians?? Who's the fool? You? Or me....the realist?
 

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