Friday, May 29, 2009
Panic indicator still rising.
Labels: 10 year Gilt yield
The costs of retaining stained MP Maggots.
If the MPs stepped down now they would not be eligible for the parachute payment under Commons rules.
But by hanging on until the election, due within a year, Ms Moran gets a payoff of £93,125 when she goes. This includes a parachute payment of £50,517 and a "winding up" allowance of £42,608.
In addition, she can claim her salary and expenses worth more than £160,000 a year until then.
Ms Kirkbride will walk away with at least £74,000, including the winding up allowance. She can also claim her salary and expenses worth £147,000 a year.Meanwhile one of the most adept debaters against the evils of the EU is exposed in the Daily Telegraph this morning, Bill Cash, Tory MP for Stone, who is revealed as having rented a flat from his daughter at taxpayers expense although owning another nearer Westminster . Read here. Once again it is proven that if any change for any good is to be made in Britain, it will not be the present corrupt bunch of MP Maggots operating in their mafiosa based three party system from whence such change for good might spring. Bill Cash has dirtied the Euro-realistic cause for which I have fought long and hard.
Thursday, May 28, 2009
Christopher Fraser MP will stand down - Third maggot in one day!!!
Labels: MP Maggots
Maggot MP Mrs MacKay and Maggot Moran GONE!.
To vote or not to vote in the EU?
Labels: European elections
Czech European Affairs minister on his President's Lisbon Signature
Would you welcome the completion of the Lisbon Treaty ratification process in the Czech Republic before the second referendum in Ireland takes place? Do you find such a scenario realistic?
I believe it is important that the parliamentary stage of the ratification was completed in May. I think that it was a relatively strong signal towards our partners, and a fulfillment of our pledge. I do not want to speculate about how the president will make use of his constitutional right. I am convinced however that he will make the right decision at the right time.
On the one hand, I am aware of the opinions at EU level, where our partners would welcome a faster completion of the ratification process. On the other hand, I as a citizen of the Czech Republic understand that there are questions about the Lisbon Treaty that remain to be answered. I therefore have an understanding of the president's actions.
In my opinion he is taking a relatively democratic approach to the ratification of the Lisbon Treaty. He wants to provide the senators with enough time to ask the Constitutional Court to examine the treaty [a group of senators expressed their interest in sending the treaty to Constitutional Court once again, this time with different questions to be answered; the senators signalled their intentions just after the 'yes' vote in the Senate last month].But in my view, the previous decision of the Constitutional Court already creates a solid base for the argument that the Lisbon Treaty is not contrary to the Czech constitution. I'm convinced that the process will end in such a fashion that the Lisbon Treaty will be here sooner rather than later.
I have communicated my views that the British Conservative Party should request President Klaus to pledge to withhold his signature from the Lisbon Treaty until after the British General Election which must be held by next May. The absence of any reply from William Hague their Foreign Affairs spokesman and Deputy Party Leader, confirms for me the fact that the Tories claim to be against the Lisbon Treaty is typical duplicity.
Please bear this in mind when casting your vote a week from today, a vote for the Tories is a vote for the consolidation of fascism across the EU, see my post on Pluralism yesterday, six years ago and practically every day in between!
A Knavish Knight!
Knighthoods become badges of shame in Brown's BritainTwice this month I have found myself commenting on this blog how the title "Sir" before a name in a newspaper report nowadays increasingly foretells the reporting of some form of skulduggery in one form or another. Know a Knight - Watch your Wallet!
Wednesday, May 27, 2009
Mrs MacKay's (aka Kirkbride's) defence condemns every MP
Labels: MP Maggot Mrs MacKay
EU Pluralism = Totalitarianism = Leftish Fascism!
Santander - Spaniards shake off the Armada's memory.
Cameron's devious diversion
BBC remove English Democrats PPB from Ipod.
Labels: English Democrats
Tuesday, May 26, 2009
Cameron will restore "real people power"
Referenda - the elephant at the Constitutional Crisis
Monday, May 26, 2003
Referenda After two weeks of travel in France where internet connections are as rare as warm beer, I return to find the Daily Telegraph Leader 'Fight for a Referendum' today throwing its weight behind the call for a referendum on the EU Convention outcome. Steven Den Beste USS Clueless today also gives an outsider's view of Britain's wierd constituitional arrangements and the momentous decisions the country now faces. The link provided to the John Major cover article in this week's The Spectator adds weight to the unanswerable case for the people to be involved in any decision. Major was interviewed on the same subject on Radio Four and for once sounded absolutely firm on a point of principal involving the EU, even sounding close to convincing when trying to justify his own avoidance of a referendum on the Maastricht Treaty. While in the small Charante village of Aubeterre last week, I sat beneath a staute and plaque to the French founder of the League of Human Rights and discussed this fallacy with its attendant impossible contradictions that the system of English Common Law Rights so cleverly avoids. Can the attendant disadvantages highlighted in today's USS Clueless Blog now mean that the British should join the rest of the world in the pretence that some can legislate the impossible and enforce the unachievable? Maybe so, but let it be a British Constitution with the powers vested solely in the Westminster Parliament, while devolved as only that body may deem fit!posted by Martin at 5/26/2003 09:18:00 AM
Monday, May 25, 2009
Two Cabinet Referendum Renegers dare to mention "Referendum"
Labels: Referendum renegers
Talking tosh and its backlash!
Yesterday, Valéry Giscard d'Estaing, the chairman of the convention, also called for a referendum. He, of all people, understands the magnitude of what is being proposed, having often compared his work to that of the Philadelphia Convention of 1787. New states need a clear mandate from their future citizens. Yet, on television yesterday, Neil Kinnock made the assertion, apparently seriously, that the question of whether to have a mayor in Hartlepool was more constitutionally significant than Britain's incorporation into a European federation.Why is Labour holding out so determinedly? After all, its intransigence is beginning to damage it on issues other than Europe. A politician cannot carry on talking evident tosh - even if only on one subject - without losing credibility. The likeliest answer is the obvious one: it fears losing. But honest Europhiles should sit down and ask themselves whether it is in anyone's interest for so momentous a step to be taken without wholehearted assent. The tactic of ignoring or, when necessary, deceiving the electorate has served well enough so far; but it cannot be kept up indefinitely without provoking a backlash.The results of the ongoing and deliberately ever-deeper deceptions of these Cabinet low-lives have resulted in their own almost complete moral degradation as evidenced by the same newspaper's revelations this morning as may now be read immediately below!
Labels: Senior MP Maggots
Alistair Darling's disgraceful claim for personal tax advice.
Alistair Darling, along with others including Hazel Blears, Geoff Hoon and Jacqui Smith, have all claimed for the costs of accountancy advice using expenses intended to fund their parliamentary and constituency offices.
A tax expert described the claims as “scandalous”, especially as the expenses are tax-free.
Under HM Revenue and Customs rules, most people are not allowed to claim the cost of employing an accountant to fill in a self-assessment tax form as a legitimate business expense.Hilary Benn who up to this date had been one of the few senior Labour Party figures to escape the expenses scandal is also shown as culpable today. Another quote: In total, the taxpayer has spent more than £11,000 on accountants for Cabinet ministers. A bill submitted by Mr Darling in February, 2008, included the cost of receiving tax advice for “the treatment of rental expenses against income”. During 2007, Mr Darling rented out his London flat after becoming Chancellor and moving into a grace-and-favour apartment. In total, the Chancellor claimed more than £1,400 for accountancy bills in two years. Among other items of particular note to me from the mass of outrageous claims revealed this morning are these: Ed Balls tried to claim for two Remembrance Day poppy wreaths, but was refused:
Three members of the Cabinet claimed for a media trainer to advise them. Harriet Harman, the deputy leader of the Labour Party, charged more than £10,000 to the taxpayer for Scarlett MccGwire to offer advice.
Eight ministers, including Yvette Cooper, the Chief Secretary to the Treasury, and Miss Blears, bought digital cameras or camcorders using their office expenses.
Several ministers were warned by the Commons authorities for attempting to use parliamentary expenses to fund overtly political campaigning.
Jacqui Smith, the Home Secretary, bought a £240 Apple iPhone for her husband on expenses. He works as her assistant.
At 04:13 am this morning (yes I am up that early covering this horror story!) BBC News TV Channel had a spokesman on trying to spin this story on behalf of their paymasters that these accountancy bills covered their MP office expenses and were thus legitimate. Utter rubbish of course, a quick read of the Telegraph report shows that one of Darling's claims was as follows:A bill submitted by Mr Darling in February, 2008, included the cost of receiving tax advice for “the treatment of rental expenses against income”.
Another burning question, now of ever greater significance, if the nation is to emerge from this mess is the following:
For how much longer must BBC License fee-payers have to watch their money being wasted on the broadcast of lies and outright propaganda in favour of a totalitarian state?
Labels: Senior MP Maggots
Sunday, May 24, 2009
Britain's Constitutional Crisis.
But the British have no such charter. The people of the UK have nearly as much liberty as we do, but it's always seemed more perilous. They have free speech, free press, free assembly, but they could lose it if Parliament passed certain laws. And indeed, there have been times when the press in the UK were subject to significant limits which would not be Constitutionally possible in the US.
The UK has now reached the point where it needs to make two critical decisions: whether to ditch Sterling and use the Euro for money, and whether to join the proposed United States of Europe and place itself under the new European Constitution.
If the US were considering such things, it's extremely clear what would be needed: constitutional amendments. If there were, for instance, a proposal to form some sort of Pan-American Union (with government in Brasilia) and the United States were considering whether to give up its sovereignty and to become part of a larger hemispheric meta-nation, then Congress and the President could not carry out such a thing merely by passing laws. They'd have to pass an amendment and propose it to the state legislatures, and three quarters of them would have to ratify it.
And that is as it should be. For a decision that big, that important, that critical, it should not be left to a small number of leaders to decide. We cannot permit 536 people to end the history of our nation. The real debate about it would take place in the individual states, where the state legislators are far closer to and more attuned to the opinions of individual voters. In a decision this momentous, the decision ultimately must be made by the voters themselves. There would not be any kind of national referendum about it as such; there's no constitutional provision for such a thing. But as a practical matter, the legislatures would express the will of the people of their states. That's always been the case in the amendment process.
And as a practical matter, there's not a snowball's chance in hell of such an amendment actually being ratified.
There's been continuity of government in the UK for a long time. How far back, exactly, it goes depends a lot on what you mean by "continuity". For example, some might claim it goes back to the Norman Conquest. Some might place it at the Magna Carta. Others who were less generous would point out that it would have to begin after the end of Cromwell's period. Indeed, it's arguable that the current form of government really only begins with Queen Victoria, because that's when the monarchs of the UK ceased to actually wield significant temporal power.
Likewise, who exactly would have been considered "British" varies at different times. The Welsh were pretty much conquered and integrated by the 15th century. The Scots, on the other hand, took a lot longer, and indeed maintain a degree of separation even today. For a long time the Irish were part of it, but never accepted that and ended up becoming independent again. Still, there was a feeling amongst the islanders that even with their mutual differences, they were apart from those grubby people on the Continent.
Now they're considering giving it all up, and Tony Blair wants to do the deed of ending hundreds of years of British independence and sovereignty with a procedure approximately the same as he would use to pass a traffic law: via an act of Parliament.
It's not going too far to say that this is the most mementous decision to face the English (and the rest of the British) since the Civil War, when Parliament made the deliberate decision to oppose their own monarch. In a sense, it's even greater than that one. The British are seriously considering giving up their independence and yielding the bulk of governmental power and control to a foreign capitol which will be dominated by people from other nations, who will have the constitutional power to impose laws and policies and regulations on the British even if the people of the former UK strongly disagree with them.
Former Prime Minister John Major writes in The Spectator that a decision this big cannot be made solely by Parliament, or even worse, by the Cabinet. I think that from a moral perspective he's right: this must be a decision which the people of the UK directly participate in. But under the British non-system, where the power of the government is whatever Parliament says it is, it is actually possible for Blair to terminate British independence and submit to foreign rule without any kind of extraordinary action.
In fact, if the decision were submitted to a plebiscite, right now the best guess is that it would be defeated. And indeed that seems to be Blair's primary reason for not wanting to submit it to such a referendum: the voters would get the wrong answer.
Which brings up another deep difference between them and us: we think of our elected representatives as leading us. They think of theirs as ruling them. Our representatives are expected to implement programs and policies which the majority of us would support; they think of their representatives as making decisions without really paying much attention to what the voters would want. Blair thinks that integration with Europe is important, and doesn't intend to let the fact that the majority of British voters disagree stand in his way.
This is not good, and on one level the difficulty that the British are facing in this situation is that they actually have no formal constitutional basis for making the meta-decision about just kind of political process would have to be used for a decision this big. In the US it would require an amendment, using the procedure for ratifying an amendment which we already know and understand; that aspect of it wouldn't even be controversial.But in the UK now they're not only debating the question of whether they should ratify and become subject to the proposed European Constitution, but also debating the question of how they're even going to formally make that decision. And that's scary: it's actually a distinct possibility that a few hundred elected leaders might give away the nation, and voluntarily submit it to foreign rule.Remember, this was linked from my blog six whole years ago and yet our foul and corrupt MPs just carried on fiddling their expenses and acting as if nothing was happening. Give away a nation, the author says in his last paragraph, written six years ago, that is what they have tried and almost now succeeded - scarier still - we have let them and allowed them to rob us and get rich in the process! Remember, many of us knew, blogged daily of the danger, tried to start new parties to tell the truth and were sabotaged by, among others, the BBC, acting as an agent of the filthy, treacherous, governing classes on the promise of a huge licence fee increase. Everything in Britain, including you, has been sold out by these people, do not believe for one moment it begins and ends with a few expense fiddles!
Labels: EU conspiracy
Ann Widdecombe will ONLY stand as Interim Speaker
Labels: Anne Widdecombe
Government Minister's tax avoidance fully detailed.
Labels: Maggot Burnham
Saturday, May 23, 2009
Are the MP Maggots planning a National Government?
Cameron's unpaid ADC won't stand in next election
Labels: MP Maggot Mackay
Daily Telegraph calls for General Election
One overwhelming message has come from this correspondence: the people want to be heard. They want a general election. On this week's BBC Question Time, which was brought forward by an hour and a half and expanded to accommodate the scale of this story, Ben Bradshaw, a minister, said the issue of allowances would be sorted out by the mechanisms put in place by Parliament in recent days: in other words, by the very people who have abused the existing system. Mr Bradshaw betrayed precisely the right amount of nonchalance guaranteed to rile an already angry group of people – one member of the audience attacked his "arrogant" answer, demanding that MPs stand before their electors in order that they be held to account. And that is precisely the point. MPs are supposed to be at Westminster as our representatives, and to constrain the executive. They should not be careerist politicians engaged in make-work activity.
Now into its fifth year, this parliament is failing to fulfil that primary function and has clearly run its course. The Government itself has lost authority and will be in an even weaker position after the European and local elections on June 4, in which Labour faces a defeat on a scale rarely inflicted upon a party in office.
Gordon Brown has dismissed calls for a general election because it would "cause chaos" in the midst of a severe economic crisis, though this did not stop America or India going to the polls. The truth is that chaos will only ensue if popular anger is not appeased. Time must be given for parties to select new candidates, where necessary, and for outstanding legislation to be enacted. But there is no reason for this parliament to go beyond the summer recess. A general election within a few months is now a necessity, not for party-political reasons but for the sake of good governance and to reassert the essential nature of our representative democracy: that MPs are our servants, and not the other way around.Question Time Link.
Labels: General election
Britain's Constitutional Crisis WILL Spillover to the EU
Friday, May 22, 2009
When will Blears pay back the Gain as well as the tax????
Vote out the Labour/Conservative/LibDem MEPs
The corrupt conspiracy of the EU reaps its rewards amongst Britain's electors
And a huge majority - 60 per cent to 30 per cent - believe Britain should refuse to pay any fines imposed for their disobedience.Read the full survey from this link. Ripe for revolt is the title for the article chosen by the newspaper, but no such revolt is necessary. There are anti-EU parties standing in the European Elections on 4th June which cover a huge range of diverse secondary views - get out and vote for them and then watch on as the treacherous MP Maggots in Westminster clamber to climb on board the anti-EU bandwagon which looks finally likely to become unstoppable!
EU Federalists now argue Britain cannot de-ratify Lisbon.
Thursday, May 21, 2009
Former editor of 'The Sun' backs English Democrats
Page 11 of "THE SUN" - News Paper Thursday 21 May 2009 Kelvin MacKenzie SUPPORT THE BLOODY-NOSE PARTY The ‘experts” believe there will be a low turnout for the county council and European elections on June 4. They are so wrong – it will be much bigger then usual because you and me are going to cross miles of broken glass to give the old-style corrupt politicians a massive bloody nose. Under no circumstances must you put your cross down for you traditional home. You and do that in a year’s time at the General Election but now is the time to get even. For the moats, for the second homes, for the trouser presses, for all the “errors”. For all the sleights of hand and deception at your expense, I want you to vote for the minority parties. I’m sure that, give the chance, the UKIP, Green and English Democrat candidates would have had their hand in the till just like everybody else. But they weren’t given the chance so they’re clean. I’m a huge fan of Tebbit, who once sent me a note finishing with the line “Toss another socialist on the fir” When he suggest looking elsewhere to place your vote we should take note. He has given his life and that of his wife to the Tories. He needs no lecture from Cameron on doing the right thing. I quite like the English Democrats, who want a parliament for England and have teamed up with Plaid Cymru and the SNP. What I really look forward to is the despondent faces of the Labour, Tory and Lib Dem hierarchy when they see their little crooked monopoly has been blown apart. This lot are finished. You are the masters now. You all know what to do. +++++++++++++++++++ Read the Camilla Cavendish column from The Times for tomorrow, linked here, which picks up the constant theme of this blog, that it is the betrayal of the promise on a referendum on the Lisbon Treaty which leaves the entire British establishment swimming in the pool of the raw sewage outfall - with none of the public, rightly in my view, prepared to offer them a hand or the means to get out!
Labels: English Democrats
England's Eastern Region Euro Elections
Labels: Euro elections 2009
Interesting posting and comment on English Democrats
Hoon - huge capital gains - million pound mansions
Britain's credit downgrading.
Labels: The Crash
Brown pushed to reforms but has no mandate!
Wednesday, May 20, 2009
BBC blacks out the English Democrats
++++++++++++++++++ Dear BBC Yesterday was the English Democrats Press Launch – we had the agreed amount of 20-30 Seconds coverage to use, secured by our 9 Deposits of £45,000. You FAILED to cover the speech of Robin Tilbrook – National Party Chairman - which lasted for 20-30 Seconds. Instead you did a voice over, telling the viewer that the English Democrats achieved 0.8% of the vote in England in 2004 You Failed to tell the view that actually the English Democrats only stood in 5 EU Regions in 2004 and actually achieve 1.4% where they stood, and achieved 130,000 votes, which given the TOTAL lack of coverage of the English Democrats by the BBC in 2004, was a surprising result (BNP and UKIP got half this the first time they stood) YOU also failed to mention that in 2004 the BBC Failed to give the English Democrats ANY TV or Radio Coverage due to a mistake by the BBC. Additionally, despite the fact that it had been pre-agreed that YOU the BBC only wanted a 20-30 Second Video of Robin Tilbrook, you decided to use Footage to imply that the Hall was poorly attended, when in fact a handful of helpers had attended simply to put up the Exhibition Stand. If you wanted to see a Hall full of English Democrats then you should have responded to your invite to attend the English Democrats Spring Conference in Portsmouth in April 2009. Please explain why the BBC, has deliberately portrayed the English Democrats in such a poor light, and what YOU intend to rectify your mistake (YOU pulled the same stunt in 2005, and in 2008 misinformed the public that the English Democrats Mayoral Candidate had withdrawn when in fact it was not possible for him to withdraw unless he was dead - this was not the case) Please explain why you are deliberately trying to sabotage the English Democrats Campaign, and what you will do to rectify this sabotage. ++++++++++
Labels: BBC Treachery
No English Parliament can bind its successors!! END OF!
Tuesday, May 19, 2009
Sky reporting Master Maggot Martin will GO this PM
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Cameron - neutered by his own inanity!
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Could Cameron be forced out?
Monday, May 18, 2009
English Democrats Party Political Broadcast
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David Cameron calls for immediate General Election
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Brown's close allies - Triple Flippers Balls and Cooper
Married cabinet ministers Ed Balls and Yvette Cooper made a claim for almost four times the amount of mortgage interest to which they were entitled.
The couple, who are among Prime Minister Gordon Brown's closest allies, submitted the claim for £2,600 for two months in 2007.
But the House of Commons Fees Office pointed out that they were allowed to claim for only £733 and docked their claim accordingly.
The officials also discovered that they had submitted the same claim, for the month of July 2006, twice.
The cabinet ministers, who are each paid £141,866 a year, yesterday insisted they had made an 'inadvertent error'.
The husband-and-wife team also 'flipped' the designation of their second home to three different properties within the space of two years.
The couple also regularly put in claims of £600 a month for food.
Labels: MP Maggots
Speaker Martin and Vicious Police Brutality
Sunday, May 17, 2009
Christopher Booker nails it - MPs are worthless!
It would be easy to point to scores of examples of how MPs no longer justify the money we pay them, because they have so lost touch with the basic realities of the job we elect them to do. During the 19 years I have been writing this column, I have in effect been reporting on an extraordinary revolution in the nature of our governance. As became apparent in the early Nineties, Parliament has become ever more excluded from its traditional role of making our laws and shaping the way we are governed.
By far the greater part of our legislation no longer has anything to do with Parliament. Much of it is decided in Brussels, most of it is imposed on us by way of statutory instruments, diktats drafted by anonymous officials and signed off by ministers who are no more than puppets. Our MPs, having progressively given away their powers, have become increasingly irrelevant, except to play walk-on parts in the soap opera to which our politics has been reduced.
Infantilised by their lack of a proper grown-up job to do, it is hardly surprising that, with honourable exceptions, the army of ciphers making up our political class speak almost entirely in clichés, bristle with moralistic self-righteousness, have little idea of how we are actually governed and resort to fiddling their expenses. (I was, incidentally, interested to see Mr Elliot Morley fingered for claiming his non-existent mortgage, since more than once he has gone out of his way to speak abusively about this column in Parliament.) Having given away their powers and lost their self-respect, they have now lost ours. This is the real message of the squalid spectacle to which we have all been treated in recent days.
Labels: MP Maggots
UKIP again tied with Labour in the Polls
Labels: EuroElections 2009
Saturday, May 16, 2009
MPs must now confront their individual treachery!
Friday, May 15, 2009
Extraordinary exchange between Telegraph and Tory MP
Daily Telegraph: Land Registry records show that your former family home in *************was sold in 2007. You have announced publicly that you have separated from your husband. Since then the only address on any of your files is your rented house in
Tory MP: I have no intention of exposing every detail of my private existence, what little I have, on this blog. However, needs must. I RENT a house/office/ surgery in my constituency. This house is used in connection with my duties as an MP. For example – this weekend I have had meetings all day Friday. I am presenting to a patients group in Barton-Le-Clay surgery on changes in the NHS tonight. I am canvassing Saturday and attending a church service on Sunday and then after the church service writing a speech for the Police and Crime Bill to be delivered next week.
On the weekends I have free, and during the recess, I go somewhere else. I am not publishing the address. I gave it to my whip and emailed it to the fees office in 2008. I spend most of the holidays abroad, all of which can be confirmed. My children stay with me when I am in the constituency, where I go my girls go, however, one also lives in
I keep the dogs at the constituency address as I am often there on my own and it confuses them being moved around. When I am not in the constituency, especially during the long summer break, we have a house sitter, at my expense. Again, this can be confirmed.
During term time I spend the majority of weekends in the constituency as my job tends to be seven days a week, as detailed above. My youngest daughter has attended a school in
My doctor, dentist and recent hospital treatment have all recently been undertaken ‘somewhere else’.
MP Expenses - Letter to the Queen
Her Majesty The Queen,
Friday 15th May 2009
As a loyal subject and patriot, I am seriously concerned about the House of Commons, in relation to the scandal over Members of Parliament and their expenses. This has caused great upset and our democracy is in danger.
I am of the view that the Country needs a Parliament with a new mandate from your people.
May I respectfully request that you speak to the Prime Minister and suggest to him that because of the level of disgust within the Country, over the issue of expenses which involves all political parties, that Parliament should be dissolved and a general election called.
Labels: MP Maggots
The BBC - Big Brother's Cohorts
Labels: BBC Treachery
The new Speaker! MP Maggots reported depressed!
MPs caught up in the expenses scandal admitted that they could be dropped by their local parties. Others were said by colleagues to be ready to walk away. Some who have been unaffected declared that the attractions of life as an MP had disappeared.
It was the grimmest time that most could remember, with many still fearful about future disclosures and none able to raise enthusiasm for immediate concerns such as the European and local elections. As the police were asked to investigate for fraud, yesterday’s developments engulfed MPs, peers and the Speaker.
All this is well deserved and has been coming at them for a long time as this blog has almost daily indicated for over six years, so enough said of their abuses and treachery for now.A new Speaker is urgently required and elsewhere I read reports that Frank Field is being considered. Mr Field seems to be one of the sole members of Parliament who has shown any moral courage or compass over recent years, yet perhaps an overwhelming argument against his candidacy is his present party membership. As it is almost impossible to identify any candidate of similar qualities on the opposition benches, perhaps Mr Field should now resign from the Labour Party to render himself eligible as an Independent!
Labels: New Speaker
UKIP get huge poll boost for Euro elections
Thursday, May 14, 2009
Maggot Morley MP., Ex-Minister, Privy Councillor,ex-Labour Whip and Villain
Labels: MP Maggots
Wednesday, May 13, 2009
The Ninety-two thousand BBC non-entity salary broadcast!
Labels: BBC Treachery
Tri-home Flipper Hazel Blears shows Brown's Contempt
Playing politics while Pickpockets walk free!
Labels: Seizure of Criminal Assets
Tuesday, May 12, 2009
Has the recession bottomed out?If you earn 92,000 pounds per year to read the news on BBC World, perhaps it might feel as if it has (see earlier post).
BBC World Talking Headdess earns Ninety-two thousand pounds a year!
Labels: BBC Treachery