Clarke to go???

#1
The future of Home Secretary Charles Clarke is in serious doubt after it emerged two foreign prisoners have been accused of rape since they were wrongly released by the Home Office.

One case is still being investigated by police and the other has been dropped because of lack of evidence.

The devastating news intensified pressure on Mr Clarke to resign, as it also emerged that five of the criminals have already been convicted of new drugs and violence offences.

Shadow home secretary David Davis and Liberal Democrat home affairs spokesman Nick Clegg both repeated their demands on Mr Clarke to quit.

The beleaguered Home Secretary gave details of only 79 serious offenders from the original 1,023.

Of those, nine have been allowed to stay in Britain since officials looked at their cases this week, it emerged.

Deportation action has commenced in 63 cases and six people are already in custody pending deportation, with more arrests expected soon, Mr Clarke said.

The Home Secretary's letter to the Commons Speaker and a statement made live on TV said there were no cases where offenders had been convicted of the most serious offences such as homicide, rape or child sex offences.

He mentioned that two serious allegations were currently under police investigation.

But he did not explain they were allegations of rape and serious sexual assault - these details only emerging later after journalists pressed his officials.
Not sure if this thread has been done, but it looks as if another bliarite is to do the "walk of shame". I wonder if Bliar still extends his full confidence?? :twisted:
 
#3
I've got a JCB, do you think if I smashed it through the wall of Armley Jail I'd get in trouble?
 
#4
Abandon_Ship! said:
Thank fcuk! Sooner the "I was a teenage wingnut" walks, the better!
There may be more revelations timed to arrive just before the local elections, so if I was him, I'd keep my ears close to the ground...
 
#5
I have unashamebly cross-posted this response from another thread - reference clarke and the rest of the party criminals...........

I quote - I wouldn't p1ss on clarke even if he was on fire. Prescott is nothing but a 2 shags fat bast&rd hypocrite and hewitt isn't worth the dribble off my nob end.
In fact.....I would prefer it if the entire labour cabinet was hijacked from their beds (or whoever they are fecking sleeping with at the time) in the middle of the night ..dragged kicking and screaming into blacked out vans, driven to a desolate part of the british coastline......hoiked onto a barge............dragged out to sea and f%cking sunk. :x :x :x unquote.


I'm finished here..........nite nite
 
#6
Clarke is so far up himself that he would view the inevitable shunting off to the House of Lords as a demotion! Dressed in ermine trimmed regalia he would look like a fat weasel. which is quite a funny coincidence...
 
#7
Charles Clarke stated:

“(But) the statistics published today show that crime is continuing to fall and the chance of being a victim of crime is the lowest in almost a quarter of a century. This is a considerable achievement.”
So much so that he lets the barstewards out to re-offend.

Charles Clarke stated:

“on the grounds that his presence is not conducive to the public good.”
This must now apply to him, resignation is pending.

PS. Anyone heard from the fat barsteward 2 jags. He must be tired after all that bed hopping!!!!!!
 
#9
BiscuitsAB said:
Is it me or does he remind anyone else of a Pig? the way his ears stcik out and his beady little eyes in that fat face he just looks like bacon on the hoof!
No, he looks like Fungus the Bogeyman.

 
#11
He looks like a fat cnut to me...
 
#12
He had nine months to sort this problem out and had at least three warnings about what was happening, he did nothing to put it right until the press got hold of the information. The big fat lazy slob thought he could just sit there and do nothing and get away with it. He should not resign he should be fired
 

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