Blair to be named in file for CPS over cash for peerages

#1
OK,I know it is the Daily Hate and that they have a vendetta against Bliar, but on this miserable and grey day we could all do with a little brightness to cheer us up. Will Bliar be prosecuted? We can only live in hope but I'm sure you'll agree that the possibility puts a smile on yer face.

Daily Hate
 
#2
Good old Daily Heil has brightened up what would have been a gloomy day then.



Labour Party chairman Hazel Blears said any attempt to dismantle the achievements of Mr Blair would risk voter disenchantment, citing the backlash suffered by former US vice-president Al Gore after Bill Clinton's retirement.

"The idea that we win a fourth term by distancing ourselves from that leadership or by dismissing our own successes is dangerously misguided," she said in an advance copy of a speech being made today to Labour youth activists in Glasgow.

I might write to Ms Blears (god I hate that cow) and ask her what his achievements are. I cannot think of many. Bit ironic that she comes out with this crap days after it was revealed that Britains children are the worst educated in the developed world, what with the whole 'education, education, education' manisfesto. Don't get me wrong I think it would have been worse under the Tories but I don't think Nulabour can say they have achieved much.

I wish the police would get their act together and start looking at the other parties aswell. This could be the chance to start cleaning up politics, although maybe I am just being naive.
 
#3
I think that is a self-serving and quite morally bankrupt thing to be saying to youth "activists". If politicians behave as they are and then communicate that attitude to young people, guess the headlines in 25 years time...

If Mr Blair and his colleagues have done wrong (if??) then the new moral authority of Neue Arbeit which swept them into power in 1997 is as nothing. So judging by the list of wrong doings - things not actually illegal but morally wrong included Sven, so that covers Mandelson to Levy - that is indeed the case. So Ms blears needs to think about a new moral imperative, not try and spin the old one back into flavour again...
 
#5
Cuddles said:
I think that is a self-serving and quite morally bankrupt thing to be saying to youth "activists". If politicians behave as they are and then communicate that attitude to young people, guess the headlines in 25 years time...

If Mr Blair and his colleagues have done wrong (if??) then the new moral authority of Neue Arbeit which swept them into power in 1997 is as nothing. So judging by the list of wrong doings - things not actually illegal but morally wrong included Sven, so that covers Mandelson to Levy - that is indeed the case. So Ms blears needs to think about a new moral imperative, not try and spin the old one back into flavour again...
She works for me so I will gladly send a letter on your behalf if you wish. I haven't sent her one in a while so its about time I started annoying her again. Might even get one sent to the local rag, see if we can get her out of her nice Labour safe seat. if she is still there after the next general election I may stand against her in the following one. She is one of the worst Blairites going. She will do anything for a promotion up the Labour ranks, even if it means selling out her constituents.
 
#8
Sven said:
I know that many on hear laud the bad reporting of The Hate but come on - this is worse than usual
Sven get your tounge out of Tony's Arrse, you fucking nobber.

I for one like the Daily Hate. At least they're not owned but that cunt the media manipulating Murdoch.
 
#9
Ventress said:
Blair shouldn't be to worried, most files I send to CPS end up 'lost' or being viewed by an unknown party!
Lord Chancellor, Attorney General and the Director of Public Prosecutions: - now what do they all have in common??

Ooooh I know.....
 
#10
Bravo2nothing said:
Sven said:
I know that many on hear laud the bad reporting of The Hate but come on - this is worse than usual
Sven get your tounge out of Tony's Arrse, you fucking nobber.

I for one like the Daily Hate. At least they're not owned but that cunt the media manipulating Murdoch.
No they are not, but their reporters write only what the editor tells them to write - the true blue and make it up Paul Dacre
 
#11
Sven said:
Bravo2nothing said:
Sven said:
I know that many on hear laud the bad reporting of The Hate but come on - this is worse than usual
Sven get your tounge out of Tony's Arrse, you fucking nobber.

I for one like the Daily Hate. At least they're not owned but that cunt the media manipulating Murdoch.
No they are not, but their reporters write only what the editor tells them to write - the true blue and make it up Paul Dacre
They've been quite strong on this story from the outset - whilst nobody is touting this (yet) it doesn't mean they are wrong. They haven't been wrong on any of their other stories regarding this little faux pas by Fony.

I am praying, at least three times a day, that they all get charged. What a legacy that'll be.
 
#12
not_finished_yet said:
OK,I know it is the Daily Hate and that they have a vendetta against Bliar, but on this miserable and grey day we could all do with a little brightness to cheer us up. Will Bliar be prosecuted? We can only live in hope but I'm sure you'll agree that the possibility puts a smile on yer face.

Daily Hate
people only seem to care as long as the money dosent come out of there pocket. the goverment need to fund a hell of a lot, aslong as they dont increase taxes noboby cares. but this money has to come from somewhere so why not have a few rich blokes who need something that you cant get from j sainsburys. as long as we still get stuff paid for who cares dosent affect me if some rich git gets a peerage out of helping the labour party out with a few quid. i know that it is every squaddies god given right to grumble an shinf. but i just wanted to put my point across. all to often pple use other pples arguments and the point gets lost. or maybe i am talking complete bull sh1t :meditate:
 
#13
Bravo2nothing said:
Sven said:
Bravo2nothing said:
Sven said:
I know that many on hear laud the bad reporting of The Hate but come on - this is worse than usual
Sven get your tounge out of Tony's Arrse, you fucking nobber.

I for one like the Daily Hate. At least they're not owned but that cunt the media manipulating Murdoch.
No they are not, but their reporters write only what the editor tells them to write - the true blue and make it up Paul Dacre
They've been quite strong on this story from the outset - whilst nobody is touting this (yet) it doesn't mean they are wrong. They haven't been wrong on any of their other stories regarding this little faux pas by Fony.

I am praying, at least three times a day, that they all get charged. What a legacy that'll be.
It is not the story I am referring to, but the facts in the report.

*Blair is not a suspect - if He was then both his interviews could not be used as evidnece against Him.
*Ruth Turner is not at the 'heart of the enquiry', she is an underling who MAY be charged with perverting the course of justice.
*Does the CPS really act on this " . . . . 60 per cent evidence strength you would go for a prosecution . . . . .."?
 
#14
Sven said:
Bravo2nothing said:
Sven said:
Bravo2nothing said:
Sven said:
I know that many on hear laud the bad reporting of The Hate but come on - this is worse than usual
Sven get your tounge out of Tony's Arrse, you fucking nobber.

I for one like the Daily Hate. At least they're not owned but that cunt the media manipulating Murdoch.
No they are not, but their reporters write only what the editor tells them to write - the true blue and make it up Paul Dacre
They've been quite strong on this story from the outset - whilst nobody is touting this (yet) it doesn't mean they are wrong. They haven't been wrong on any of their other stories regarding this little faux pas by Fony.

I am praying, at least three times a day, that they all get charged. What a legacy that'll be.
It is not the story I am referring to, but the facts in the report.

*Blair is not a suspect - if He was then both his interviews could not be used as evidnece against Him.
*Ruth Turner is not at the 'heart of the enquiry', she is an underling who MAY be charged with perverting the course of justice.
*Does the CPS really act on this " . . . . 60 per cent evidence strength you would go for a prosecution . . . . .."?
Do you really believe that Blair isn't a suspect? Don't be so stupid. The Police haven't said so at this time because the press would go nuts. Being interviewed twice as a 'witness' is mearly a smoke screen.

Ruth Turner believes she's just as untouchable as Tony. Charge the lot of 'em.

The CPS will have no choice but to act on the case, you can't brush this aside.
 
#15
B2nothing

If Blair IS a suspect then the cops have cocked up. Anything, and I mean ANYTHING that Blair has said do far will have to be discounted viz a viz His trial since Blair was not interviewed under caution.

Given that Yates is supposedly a competent copper, do You really think He would have set his case back by not cautioning a suspect?
 
#16
Fony Bliar won't be charged - look at the top government legal officers - all cronies, old flat-mates or friends of the 'first lady' *
I like the Dail Mail - good rag.
No amount of pleading and defence by Sven and the legions of Liabour apologists will alter the fact that this government is shot and Bliar's legacy will be total rubbish. Bliar Broadcasting Corporation up to it's old tricks again this morning with Humphrys not even attempting to listen to Mr Cameron's answers.

* - she is neither first nor a lady.
 
#17
lsquared said:
Fony Bliar won't be charged - look at the top government legal officers - all cronies, old flat-mates or friends of the 'first lady' *
I like the Dail Mail - good rag.
No amount of pleading and defence by Sven and the legions of Liabour apologists will alter the fact that this government is shot and Bliar's legacy will be total rubbish. Bliar Broadcasting Corporation up to it's old tricks again this morning with Humphrys not even attempting to listen to Mr Cameron's answers.

* - she is neither first nor a lady.

You are funny Lsquared

Humphreys bulldogging Labour good

Humphreys bulldogging Tories bad
 
#18
The investigation by Yates of the Yard has been so quiet of late you could hear the sweat trickling down the Dear Leader's brow. The coppers have been up to something serious over the last couple of weeks.

In this case the leak probably comes from a different part of the CPS as it doesn't follow the pattern of other leaks, as the Mail has been quiet on this topic. Something is clearly happening and events may be moving to their conclusion. It is probably not too reckless to say it is a foregone conclusion that 2 of Bliar's closest aides at least will be charged.

If Bliar is - or has been - questioned under caution I reckon they would keep it quiet for "operational reasons" until a decision on bringing charges or not had been reached. That way, if he was not to be charged then they could spin the line that he has been investigated with the full rigour of the law. If he was charged, then the cat would be out the bag anyway.

Ruth Turner is not a minion. That notion is laughable. If any of Bliar's closest circle face charges, his position is untaenable. I think he would try and brazen it out by saying his aides were "innocent until guilty" and he did not want to prejudice their case by standing down. I think he would be alone in that view and every knife in the Labour Party would be heading for his back.

As an aside, I wonder what the different thresholds are for bringing charges against Armed Forces personnel from events on the field of battle and dodgy political hacks taking bungs in back rooms? Is justice really blind?
 
#19
Sven said:
B2nothing

If Blair IS a suspect then the cops have cocked up. Anything, and I mean ANYTHING that Blair has said do far will have to be discounted viz a viz His trial since Blair was not interviewed under caution.

Given that Yates is supposedly a competent copper, do You really think He would have set his case back by not cautioning a suspect?
Think of it like this. We have been told that he has been interviewed as a witness only. Do you really think that the Police would have announced the fact he had been cautioned? They were quiet about the second 'interview' I see no reason why they'd shoot themselves in the foot by saying he'd been interviewed under caution. All types of Blairite cunts would be in front of any news camera saying what a disgrace.

I think the Police have played a nice game of chess and the final positioning is taking place.

Tony has been beaten at his own game of manipulating the press.
 
#20
Bravo2nothing said:
Sven said:
B2nothing

If Blair IS a suspect then the cops have cocked up. Anything, and I mean ANYTHING that Blair has said do far will have to be discounted viz a viz His trial since Blair was not interviewed under caution.

Given that Yates is supposedly a competent copper, do You really think He would have set his case back by not cautioning a suspect?
Think of it like this. We have been told that he has been interviewed as a witness only. Do you really think that the Police would have announced the fact he had been cautioned? They were quiet about the second 'interview' I see no reason why they'd shoot themselves in the foot by saying he'd been interviewed under caution. All types of Blairite cunts would be in front of any news camera saying what a disgrace.

I think the Police have played a nice game of chess and the final positioning is taking place.

Tony has been beaten at his own game of manipulating the press.
Sorry B2N but I don't buy into that
 

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