Lord Levy arrested-New charge!

#1
Just breaking on Sky News.
In connection with the cash for Honours arrests,He's been arrested for the offence of conspiracy to pervert the course of justice and also in connection with the cash for honours inquiry.The is also talk of a second e-mail within Downing street containing damning evidence.He has been bailed pending further inquiries.
No link as yet.
 
#2
Phwoar!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


you slag your goin dahnnnnnn!!!!

And so is Bliar
 

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#3
#4
Send your support;
Check the "Do Something Positive About Bliar" thread in the Inteligence cell.
Levy is Bliar's servant, the net is closing.
 
#6
Like this quote from Sky....

Sky News Political Correspondent Jon Craig says it is "dramatic news and very bad news for Tony Blair".


Er' Tone....Need some Preperation H?
You're ring must be twitching horribly!...(And not just from Trout Mouth & the plastic invader....)
 

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#7
No wonder Labour want him to depart sooner rather than later. If this all goes belly up while he's still in power, they'll all get the blame. If he is dumped before he goes to jail (I am an optimist), they'll all say it was him. The Labour party could then re-write history ala 1984 to show that it was they who brought it all to light to ensre that politics was kept clean.

Is there on the statute books a crime of perverting the course of democracy?


Edited to add:

Seeing as how Mr Blair doesn't have a second email system, and there are no emails on it, is there anyone on ARRSE who would relish the chance of hacking into this nonexistant system? You would need to work out a password that doesn't exist, (with the help of the people at the link below), on an email system that doesn't exist either. Stand by, standby, go!

Guido Fawkes Website: http://5thnovember.blogspot.com/2007/01/exclusive-non-existent-private-email.html

The None-Existing Apparation: https://www.lpnet.org.uk/
 
#8
As one vulture said to the other vulture, patience my arrse I’m going to kill something. Oh please, let’s cut to the chase and see Blair arrested at Number 10 and carted off in handcuffs to be charged.

I know, I know, I do agree that I would not want to see anything impede the Police on their steady, painstaking search for indelible evidence, they’re building a case against Blair piece by piece, or at least I hope that this proves to be the case.

I wonder if he’s beginning to panic yet as the noose steadfastly and slowly tightens around his scrawny neck? I hope that he suffers the anxiety so deserving to someone who’s beginning to reap what he has sown!

But the cancer that Blair typifies has eaten right through the Labour stable and stock, even with Blair gone we’re still likely to witness more of the same malignancy that passes for policy from his successor surely.

It would be in the National Interest to see this enquiry expose the rancid nature of these abusers of political power as complicit in Blair’s treachery of this Country and it’s electorate rendering them unfit for office.

But Campbell better get his damned finger out, so far he’s done little to reassure me that he possesses the statesman like qualities necessary to right the damage done to the state and its vital institutions – Maggie Thatcher he isn’t, except maybe for the handbag!

I would like to hear what Campbell will do to restore or overhaul the vital interests such as the Armed Forces – especially with an outbreak of gastric flu amongst soldiers in two locations in sub standard accommodation.

Immigration and border controls, asylum seekers and those that abuse our nations generosity and values.

The Judiciary, Courts, sentencing policies, prisons and policing.

The NHS and Ambulance services riddled with paralysis through targets and politically motivated agendas.

Education, with some poor quality teachers and teaching standards, decaying school fabric and a distinct lack of discipline and collective responsibility.

Oh yes, nearly forgot a pet hate, the relocation of speed cameras where they would be more popularly accepted by the majority, relocate them at junctions and traffic lights to catch those that genuinely put lives at risk like jumping red lights, they could even double the fine as far as I’m concerned.

How typical and how absurd that with this cash scheme, money grabbing bunch in power that we now have camera partnerships sighting even more expensive spy cameras hidden behind speed road signs in locations where speed cameras have been sabotaged before replacing the Gatso cameras.

The rot has set in deeply and for this administration it really is time to go and for God’s sake, please go now before more irreversible damage is done!
 

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#9
What has Campbell got to do with it; another liar?

The ENTIRE party is responsible for the corruption - the leaders should be put in prison (IMHO) and the party removed from power by the head of state so that fresh elections can be called.

I for one do not wish to see Brown continue Blairs' legacy. Because of Brown, basic (gross) squaddie pay is less than that of the traffic wardens that this government is so proud of.
 
#10
spike7451 said:
Just breaking on Sky News.
In connection with the cash for Honours arrests,He's been arrested for the offence of conspiracy to pervert the course of justice and also in connection with the cash for honours inquiry.The is also talk of a second e-mail within Downing street containing damning evidence.He has been bailed pending further inquiries.
No link as yet.
Non violent crime so will he go to jail if convicted? Community service instead perhaps?
 
#11
Hallelujah Hallelujah Hallelujah Hallelujah x 100 etc etc.

It is about time the sh1t flowed back toward No 10.

Odds on someone in Downing Street getting lifted must have significantly shortened. I can't wait :twisted:
 

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Mr_Relaxed said:
spike7451 said:
Just breaking on Sky News.
In connection with the cash for Honours arrests,He's been arrested for the offence of conspiracy to pervert the course of justice and also in connection with the cash for honours inquiry.The is also talk of a second e-mail within Downing street containing damning evidence.He has been bailed pending further inquiries.
No link as yet.
Non violent crime so will he go to jail if convicted? Community service instead perhaps?
Oh gawd NO! That is why this whole overcrowding thing is being put on the media grid. They didn't build any more prisons just in case they got arrested for abuse of power.

Mind you - if they get community service, get your boots on lad for some accessible and open government . . . :threaten:
 
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Mr_Relaxed said:
spike7451 said:
Just breaking on Sky News.
In connection with the cash for Honours arrests,He's been arrested for the offence of conspiracy to pervert the course of justice and also in connection with the cash for honours inquiry.The is also talk of a second e-mail within Downing street containing damning evidence.He has been bailed pending further inquiries.
No link as yet.
Non violent crime so will he go to jail if convicted? Community service instead perhaps?
No, bizarrely Perverting the course of justice is regarded as a biggy and probably would mean a jail sentence. Seem to remember 2 yr being the max term from various discussions with rabble I have had to deal with in the past.

Saying that, I'd love to see him sweeping the streets.
 
#15
Archer and Atkins had to go to jail why should he be any different? more so that he's in the position he's in a timely reminder to MP's that they regardless of what they think they are not above the law. Lets hope his and those who bought their peerage under this are stripped of it
 

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RFUK said:
Who'd have thought God reads ARRSE?
It is the only place that He is going to get any sense and newsworthy information. If He hacked into the Labour Party non-existant second computer system, we might all be in a lot of trouble.
 
#19
Bump -I'm still waiting for Sven's comment on this.

Come on, mate. You know you want to and we need the laugh!
 
#20
In 2002 a bloke called Robin Ramsey wrote "The Rise of New Labour". (He is also editor of Lobster, "the Journal of Parapolitics" which according to who you listen to is either an X Files script or getting closer to the squalid truth.)

http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/index.php

Now I do not care for the likes of Mr Ramsey nor his general views on the world but in his above book made some interesting observations. Which he repeated in a speech. An old Labour man and clearly not a fan of New Labour:

"Tony Blair took the US government's free tour of the States in 1986 and
told his hosts that while officially a member of CND he supported the nuclear deterrent. He had joined the Labour Friends of Israel in 1983 when he got elected.

While Shadow Home Secretary in 1994 Tony Blair took an Israeli government freebie holiday in Israel. On his return the number two at the Israeli embassy in London introduced him to Michael Levy - now Lord Levy - one of the top fund-raisers for Jewish charities. Blair and Levy hit it off.

Blair and Brown, the rising stars, who want to get on with modernising things, are impatient with John Smith¹s caution; but Smith died before the splits appeared and Blair succeeded him. Michael Levy then raised some millions - £7 million is the figure widely quoted - for Tony
Blairs private office.

And thus the Labour Party lost whatever little hold it had on its leader: Blair didnt need the party money. And the Israeli lobby in the UK got a very pro-Israeli prime minister."


Well that sort of fits and indeed might explain many things, eh? So he is not much of a real Labour man then?

"Tony Blair hates the Labour Party. Why did he join it? Because he knew he would rise faster in Labour than in the Tories. He has no interest in democracy or the Labour Party. Both are an impediment. From his earliest days in the party he wanted to make it resemble the Democrats in America - corporate funding and no irritating members to deal with: no GC's telling MPs how to do things.

A little group ran a con on the party; and took it over. Since Blair and
Brown were the coming men, the next Prime Minister and chancellor, the PLP fell into line. Unity was all. Dissent was anti-party; defeatist. And fatal
to career prospects. And since the PLP collectively know s nothing about
economics, they had no answer to the neo-conservative lines being run by
Brown. So we let them do it. Many members - most perhaps - refused to believe that they meant what they said. The party was in collective denial: just as it was in the 80s over the Militant Tendency¹s penetration of the party."


http://labour-reform.org.uk/main_pages/n_l_history.htm

If you listen really hard can hear quite a lot of chickens getting ready to come home to roost.
 

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