The Ginger Poisonous Dwarf repents - Blears you little cnut.

#1
#3
She obviously thought that the rest of the Party would have had him out by now and she would be vindicated.

Trust Labour not to know how to complete a revolution.
 
#4
If one did not think that New Liarbour was above that sort of thing, one would get the impression that the Ginger Minger had been told her fortune in a darkened room by a couple of nasty boys from the whips office.

BTW, has anyone noticed the mysterious absence of any derogatory stories of MPs in general, and Cyclops in particular, over the last few days? It's all been about Swine Flu - so either there is something about the seriousness of Swine Flu that they are not telling us or someone in the Government wants a story to disappear.

Whilst I can understand the Brown Broadcasting Corporation doing this (after all, Lord Rumba is a chum of the DG and Alastair the Rottweiller never seems to be off our screens) I'm a bit surprised about ITV. Mind you, if you scratch the surface and discover how many ITV presenters are married to New Liarbour Apparatchiks perhaps it's understandable - or am I being cynical?
 
#5
mnairb said:
If one did not think that New Liarbour was above that sort of thing, one would get the impression that the Ginger Minger had been told her fortune in a darkened room by a couple of nasty boys from the whips office.

BTW, has anyone noticed the mysterious absence of any derogatory stories of MPs in general, and Cyclops in particular, over the last few days? It's all been about Swine Flu - so either there is something about the seriousness of Swine Flu that they are not telling us or someone in the Government wants a story to disappear.

Whilst I can understand the Brown Broadcasting Corporation doing this (after all, Lord Rumba is a chum of the DG and Alastair the Rottweiller never seems to be off our screens) I'm a bit surprised about ITV. Mind you, if you scratch the surface and discover how many ITV presenters are married to New Liarbour Apparatchiks perhaps it's understandable - or am I being cynical?
Its like the electoral success of BNP and UKIP sparked a media debate on Europe....... or not........
 
#6
mnairb said:
If one did not think that New Liarbour was above that sort of thing, one would get the impression that the Ginger Minger had been told her fortune in a darkened room by a couple of nasty boys from the whips office.

BTW, has anyone noticed the mysterious absence of any derogatory stories of MPs in general, and Cyclops in particular, over the last few days? It's all been about Swine Flu - so either there is something about the seriousness of Swine Flu that they are not telling us or someone in the Government wants a story to disappear.

Whilst I can understand the Brown Broadcasting Corporation doing this (after all, Lord Rumba is a chum of the DG and Alastair the Rottweiller never seems to be off our screens) I'm a bit surprised about ITV. Mind you, if you scratch the surface and discover how many ITV presenters are married to New Liarbour Apparatchiks perhaps it's understandable - or am I being cynical?
Are you trying to make a wild and completely unsubstantiated connection between the recent deification of a certain Lord Mandlebotty with the sudden news blackout concerning the House of Piggyment?
Really, mcnairb, ashie would be very annoyed with you for even suggesting such a thing.
Take seven extras for thoughtcrime. 8O
 
#7
DozyBint said:
She's just a media whore who is upset at no longer being headline news.
She advertised for a PA a few months ago and a mates wife applied, said it was by far the worst, most uncoordinated and impractical process she had ever gone through in respect of applying for a job. I, however, would love to work under Hazel ....
 
#8
She hasn't even the integrity to stand up for her decisions.
Doing a U turn a week later will only discredit her even more
 
#10
Perhaps she is after a cozy seat in the House of Lords. That seems to be the way of the future for Labour Governments:

Cabinet :

1. First Secretary of State, Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills and Lord President of the Council – The Rt Hon Lord Mandelson etc.
2. Leader of the House of Lords and Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster – The Rt Hon Baroness Royall of Blaisdon
3. Secretary of State for Transport – Lord Adonis

Other Ministers :

4. Attorney General – The Rt Hon Baroness Scotland of Asthal QC
5. Advocate General for Scotland – Lord Davidson of Glen Clova QC
6. Parliamentary Under Secretary of State (MoJ) – Lord Bach
7. Parliamentary Under Secretary of State (HO) – Admiral Lord West of Spithead GCB DSC
8. Parliamentary Under Secretary of State (DCSF) – Baroness Morgan of Drefelin
9. Minister of State (DECC) – Lord Hunt of Kings Heath OBE; and Deputy Leader of the House of Lords
10. Parliamentary Under Secretary of State (DOH) – Professor Lord Darzi of Denham KBE
11. Parliamentary Under Secretary of State (DWP) – Lord McKenzie of Luton
12. Parliamentary Under Secretary of State* (DBIS) – Lord Young of Norwood Green (and Lord in Waiting – paid)
13. Financial Services Secretary (Treasury) – Lord Myners CBE
14. Minister of State (FCO) – The Rt Hon Lord Malloch-Brown KCMG
15. Minister of State – The Rt Hon Lord Drayson & (DBIS) (jointly with the Ministry of Defence)
Minister of State (MOD) – The Rt Hon Lord Drayson & (jointly with the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills)
16. Minister of State – Lord Davies of Abersoch CBE (DBIS) (jointly with the Foreign and Commonwealth Office)
Minister of State (FCO) – Lord Davies of Abersoch CBE (jointly with the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills)
17. Parliamentary Under Secretary of State (DBIS) – Baroness Vadera (jointly with Cabinet Office)
Parliamentary Secretary (Cabinet Office) – Baroness Vadera (jointly with the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills)
18. Parliamentary Under Secretary of State (FCO) – Baroness Taylor of Bolton (jointly with the Ministry of Defence)
Parliamentary Under Secretary of State (MOD) – Baroness Taylor of Bolton (jointly with Foreign and Commonwealth Office)

New Lords:

19. Sir Alan Sugar
20. Glennis Kinnock
 

Biped

LE
Book Reviewer
#11
Blogg said:
Perhaps she is after a cozy seat in the House of Lords. That seems to be the way of the future for Labour Governments:

Cabinet :

1. First Secretary of State, Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills and Lord President of the Council – The Rt Hon Lord Mandelson etc.
2. Leader of the House of Lords and Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster – The Rt Hon Baroness Royall of Blaisdon
3. Secretary of State for Transport – Lord Adonis

Other Ministers :

4. Attorney General – The Rt Hon Baroness Scotland of Asthal QC
5. Advocate General for Scotland – Lord Davidson of Glen Clova QC
6. Parliamentary Under Secretary of State (MoJ) – Lord Bach
7. Parliamentary Under Secretary of State (HO) – Admiral Lord West of Spithead GCB DSC
8. Parliamentary Under Secretary of State (DCSF) – Baroness Morgan of Drefelin
9. Minister of State (DECC) – Lord Hunt of Kings Heath OBE; and Deputy Leader of the House of Lords
10. Parliamentary Under Secretary of State (DOH) – Professor Lord Darzi of Denham KBE
11. Parliamentary Under Secretary of State (DWP) – Lord McKenzie of Luton
12. Parliamentary Under Secretary of State* (DBIS) – Lord Young of Norwood Green (and Lord in Waiting – paid)
13. Financial Services Secretary (Treasury) – Lord Myners CBE
14. Minister of State (FCO) – The Rt Hon Lord Malloch-Brown KCMG
15. Minister of State – The Rt Hon Lord Drayson & (DBIS) (jointly with the Ministry of Defence)
Minister of State (MOD) – The Rt Hon Lord Drayson & (jointly with the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills)
16. Minister of State – Lord Davies of Abersoch CBE (DBIS) (jointly with the Foreign and Commonwealth Office)
Minister of State (FCO) – Lord Davies of Abersoch CBE (jointly with the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills)
17. Parliamentary Under Secretary of State (DBIS) – Baroness Vadera (jointly with Cabinet Office)
Parliamentary Secretary (Cabinet Office) – Baroness Vadera (jointly with the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills)
18. Parliamentary Under Secretary of State (FCO) – Baroness Taylor of Bolton (jointly with the Ministry of Defence)
Parliamentary Under Secretary of State (MOD) – Baroness Taylor of Bolton (jointly with Foreign and Commonwealth Office)

New Lords:

19. Sir Alan Sugar
20. Glennis Kinnock
No wonder the troughing sl@gs want an all-elected upper house.

As for the ginger retard, what a fcuking cop-out, and a bad one at that.
 
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The Salford MP said she thought as two other ministers had announced they would stand down, she could do so without sparking a "huge firestorm".

"In the end, that judgement was wrong," she told the Manchester Evening News.
So she wanted to slip quietly into the shadows? Then why the fk did she keep posing for the cameras.

I thought I smelled fox piss on the forum today.
 
#13
Blogg said:
Perhaps she is after a cozy seat in the House of Lords. That seems to be the way of the future for Labour Governments:

Cabinet :

1. First Secretary of State, Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills and Lord President of the Council – The Rt Hon Lord Mandelson etc.
2. Leader of the House of Lords and Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster – The Rt Hon Baroness Royall of Blaisdon
3. Secretary of State for Transport – Lord Adonis

Other Ministers :

4. Attorney General – The Rt Hon Baroness Scotland of Asthal QC
5. Advocate General for Scotland – Lord Davidson of Glen Clova QC
6. Parliamentary Under Secretary of State (MoJ) – Lord Bach
7. Parliamentary Under Secretary of State (HO) – Admiral Lord West of Spithead GCB DSC
8. Parliamentary Under Secretary of State (DCSF) – Baroness Morgan of Drefelin
9. Minister of State (DECC) – Lord Hunt of Kings Heath OBE; and Deputy Leader of the House of Lords
10. Parliamentary Under Secretary of State (DOH) – Professor Lord Darzi of Denham KBE
11. Parliamentary Under Secretary of State (DWP) – Lord McKenzie of Luton
12. Parliamentary Under Secretary of State* (DBIS) – Lord Young of Norwood Green (and Lord in Waiting – paid)
13. Financial Services Secretary (Treasury) – Lord Myners CBE
14. Minister of State (FCO) – The Rt Hon Lord Malloch-Brown KCMG
15. Minister of State – The Rt Hon Lord Drayson & (DBIS) (jointly with the Ministry of Defence)
Minister of State (MOD) – The Rt Hon Lord Drayson & (jointly with the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills)
16. Minister of State – Lord Davies of Abersoch CBE (DBIS) (jointly with the Foreign and Commonwealth Office)
Minister of State (FCO) – Lord Davies of Abersoch CBE (jointly with the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills)
17. Parliamentary Under Secretary of State (DBIS) – Baroness Vadera (jointly with Cabinet Office)
Parliamentary Secretary (Cabinet Office) – Baroness Vadera (jointly with the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills)
18. Parliamentary Under Secretary of State (FCO) – Baroness Taylor of Bolton (jointly with the Ministry of Defence)
Parliamentary Under Secretary of State (MOD) – Baroness Taylor of Bolton (jointly with Foreign and Commonwealth Office)

New Lords:

19. Sir Alan Sugar
20. Glennis Kinnock
Democracy eh! Makes you proud, and prouder still to be British.

Can you imagine the shrieking, squealing and gnashing of teeth if a Tory government had employed so many unelected ne'er-do-wells and non-entities?

Frankly, the ginger 'minger', with her 'wronking tush', is preferable to almost all the above!

When the next government is formed they MUST do something to clear out not just this mob above but dozens of 'Tony's Cronies' and 'Brown's Clowns'. Why should we continue pay for them? Furthermore, they must NOT be replaced by Tory equivalents!
 
#14
Good article about her in this week's Private Eye.Seems HMRC could have grounds to question her about the £13k cheque she was waving about.I'll see if it will link.
 
#15
Pa McRuin's Whips have probably leant on her to recant of her 'Heresy' of words like calling the Dear Leader a 'Prat...' or a 'Knute'. Maybe she has been 'promised' a Peerage..... Its one way of Lierbore 'Inquisition' has of dealing with heresy in the ranks...

Of course we all know what Broone's 'Promises' are worth.... complete sh!te.... :p :)
 

maguire

LE
Book Reviewer
#16
allegations that are 'untrue'...

tell you what, if they were untrue I'd be fcuked if I'd hand back £13,000.

lying little turd.
 
#17
uncle_vanya said:
Pa McRuin's Whips have probably leant on her to recant of her 'Heresy' of words like calling the Dear Leader a 'Prat...' or a 'Knute'. Maybe she has been 'promised' a Peerage..... Its one way of Lierbore 'Inquisition' has of dealing with heresy in the ranks...

Of course we all know what Broone's 'Promises' are worth.... complete sh!te.... :p :)
More like she mis-judged the lie of the land and thougfht Brown would be gone in days. She would then be in favour with whoever replaced him. Unfortunately for her it didn't work like that. Ergo, recant, apologise and hope.
 
#19
Gets even better looks like she might be out of a job soon, Here's hoping

Hazel Blears will face a motion of no confidence next week at a meeting of her constituency Labour Party.

Her decision to quit as communities secretary, on the eve of the English council and European elections last week, has been widely criticised.

She has told the Manchester Evening News she regretted the timing of her departure and its effect on the party.

Labour crashed to its lowest share of the vote at the European elections and lost control of four key councils.

Constituency sources have told the BBC it is unlikely the no confidence motion will succeed as she has the backing of her local party leadership.

But if the motion, which is understood to be backed by a number of local party branches, did succeed it would step up pressure on her to be deselected.

'Enormous' regret

In an interview with the Manchester Evening News, Ms Blears - MP for Salford - said she regretted "enormously" the timing of her resignation - on the eve of the elections and after it emerged Jacqui Smith, the home secretary, was stepping down.


It was a stupid thing to do in retrospect but it was just putting a brave face on
Hazel Blears on her 'rocking the boat' badge

Blears: My resignation 'regrets'

"I genuinely thought I could go without it sparking off this huge firestorm," she said.

"In hindsight that judgment was wrong. I should have waited until after the election. The effect on the party is something I will live with for ever."

She was followed by another cabinet minister James Purnell - who resigned the next day telling Mr Brown to "stand aside" as leader for the sake of the party.

'Annoyed' activists

He told the BBC on Friday he had no regrets but would not make trouble for Mr Brown from the backbenches.

Ms Blears also said she regretted mocking Prime Minister Gordon Brown's YouTube video, which she described as "thoughtless" and wearing a badge saying "rocking the boat" as she quit.


It's fine for people like myself to forgive Hazel. But it's not me who she's got to apologise to
Lindsay Hoyle
Labour MP for Chorley

She said she chose to wear the brooch after weeks of intense media pressure on her and her family over her expenses claims.

"At that point I just had enough, it was a stupid thing to do in retrospect but it was just putting a brave face on," she said.

But Brian Simpson, the Labour MEP for the north west of England told BBC Radio 4's PM programme he had been "annoyed" at Ms Blears' resignation just as Labour activists were out knocking on doors ahead of the elections.

"We were out there on the streets in tough times and to have that happen, it was a bit of a body blow," he said.

"I know there's a lot of very unhappy Labour Party members out there."

And Lindsay Hoyle, the Labour MP for Chorley, also told the BBC a lot of Labour activists were angry at the Salford MP.

He said: "It's fine for people like myself to forgive Hazel. But it's not me who she's got to apologise to. It's the people of Salford and all the candidates that were standing on election day and the activists who were knocking on the doors. It's the upset that's caused there."

He said some people blamed Ms Blears for a drop in the Labour vote and subsequent BNP victories in the region.

In the weeks before she quit Ms Blears had reportedly been unhappy with Mr Brown because he described her expenses actions as "totally unacceptable".

She had been accused of avoiding capital gains tax on the sale of a property she designated her "second home" with Commons officials.

But other cabinet ministers like Geoff Hoon and James Purnell were accused of similar actions, without a similar reprimand.

link
 
#20
Blogg said:
Perhaps she is after a cozy seat in the House of Lords. That seems to be the way of the future for Labour Governments:

Cabinet :

1. First Secretary of State, Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills and Lord President of the Council – The Rt Hon Lord Mandelson etc.
2. Leader of the House of Lords and Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster – The Rt Hon Baroness Royall of Blaisdon
3. Secretary of State for Transport – Lord Adonis

Other Ministers :

4. Attorney General – The Rt Hon Baroness Scotland of Asthal QC
5. Advocate General for Scotland – Lord Davidson of Glen Clova QC
6. Parliamentary Under Secretary of State (MoJ) – Lord Bach
7. Parliamentary Under Secretary of State (HO) – Admiral Lord West of Spithead GCB DSC
8. Parliamentary Under Secretary of State (DCSF) – Baroness Morgan of Drefelin
9. Minister of State (DECC) – Lord Hunt of Kings Heath OBE; and Deputy Leader of the House of Lords
10. Parliamentary Under Secretary of State (DOH) – Professor Lord Darzi of Denham KBE
11. Parliamentary Under Secretary of State (DWP) – Lord McKenzie of Luton
12. Parliamentary Under Secretary of State* (DBIS) – Lord Young of Norwood Green (and Lord in Waiting – paid)
13. Financial Services Secretary (Treasury) – Lord Myners CBE
14. Minister of State (FCO) – The Rt Hon Lord Malloch-Brown KCMG
15. Minister of State – The Rt Hon Lord Drayson & (DBIS) (jointly with the Ministry of Defence)
Minister of State (MOD) – The Rt Hon Lord Drayson & (jointly with the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills)
16. Minister of State – Lord Davies of Abersoch CBE (DBIS) (jointly with the Foreign and Commonwealth Office)
Minister of State (FCO) – Lord Davies of Abersoch CBE (jointly with the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills)
17. Parliamentary Under Secretary of State (DBIS) – Baroness Vadera (jointly with Cabinet Office)
Parliamentary Secretary (Cabinet Office) – Baroness Vadera (jointly with the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills)
18. Parliamentary Under Secretary of State (FCO) – Baroness Taylor of Bolton (jointly with the Ministry of Defence)
Parliamentary Under Secretary of State (MOD) – Baroness Taylor of Bolton (jointly with Foreign and Commonwealth Office)

New Lords:

19. Sir Alan Sugar
20. Glennis Kinnock


It's a sad state of affairs when the likes of the above are allowed to have any sort of power to decide how the country is run, there might be some good people in that list, but from the 5 or 6 that i have heard off it's 100% negative.
 

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