Tuesday, February 28, 2006

Ken Speaks:

Personal statement by the Mayor of London at City Hall, 28 February 2006:

Yesterday my lawyers lodged an appeal in the High Court against the decision of the tribunal to suspend me from office for four weeks.

I have taken the time over the last few days to read everything that has appeared in the newspapers about the ramifications of the decision of the Tribunal. Irrespective of what people think about the original issue, there is a virtual unanimity that it is wholly wrong that an unelected quango should have the power to remove from office a mayor who has committed no crime and has been elected on two separate occasions by the voters of this city.

It is difficult to recall the last time I agreed with Lord Tebbit, for example, but people from across the political spectrum agree that the basic principle of democracy is that those elected by the people should only be removed by the voters.

The Standards Board for England argues that I “hold the Code of Conduct in contempt”. That is not the case, but I have made no secret that I believe the Standards Board for England is a completely unnecessary waste of time and taxpayers’ money and should be abolished. The police and the courts should be the instruments by which wrongdoing in local government is dealt with. This body was originally established to prevent the sort of financial wrongdoing that characterised Lady Porter’s corrupt regime at Westminster City Council in the l980s. Far from identifying financial corruption the Standards Board has ended up regulating the use of language and to do this it uses the vague and uncertain concept of “behaviour that brings an office or authority into disrepute”. The trouble with the concept of disrepute is that can be made to mean whatever you want it to mean. It may or may not be appropriate for the regulation of behaviour in a gentleman’s club or a regimental mess but it should not have greater sway than the decisions of ordinary voters as to who should hold public office.

The Standards Board has itself recognised this by reviewing the code of conduct and has recommended to government that outside of official duties the code “should be restricted only to matters that would be regarded as unlawful”. The government has accepted this proposal. I wonder why therefore the Standards Board continued its case against me when both they and the government had decided to change the rules so that such a case can never be brought again.

Unsurprisingly one group of newspapers has stood out against the general consensus that the Standards Board has usurped powers which should rest only with the voters.

The Daily Mail stated that I lied and tried to smear their reporter with the claim that he had sworn at me. The Standards Board investigated whether I had lied and decided in the light of the six second gap in the tape of our exchange on the balance of probabilities that I did not fabricate the allegation that the reporter swore at me.

The editor of the Evening Standard Veronica Wadley complained in her personally written editorial that I had failed to show “the minimum standard of behaviour that everyone should respect”. She then went on to describe me as a liar, a hypocrite, a coward and arrogant. Clearly Ms Wadley has had an irony by-pass.

Nor is her venom in this instance untypical. Shortly after she became editor of the Evening Standard on the 21 November 2002 she published a profile of me in which I was described as a “snappy, snarling brute”, “ voracious”, “frightening”, “ugly”, “raging” and “gripped by paranoia.”

I have not been one of those politicians who resorts to the libel courts every time something like that appears. I do however find it a bit strange that some journalists have worked themselves up into a frenzy because I exercise my free speech rights to tell journalists what I think of them as well.

The Adjudication tribunal found that my comment to the Evening Standard journalist had been `unnecessarily insensitive’ and `offensive’. Those are not grounds for overturning the decision of the voters of London to elect me as Mayor. As far as I am aware there is no law against `unnecessary insensitivity’ or even `offensiveness’ to journalists harassing you as you try to go home. There is, however, an un-stated allegation: the implicit suggestion that my comment was anti-Semitic. It is not explicitly stated because it cannot be substantiated. It is nonetheless there and used to give weight to charges which would otherwise be too trivial to merit the gigantic fuss that has been made about this brief private exchange. blahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblah

P.S - He's STILL not sorry


George W Bush has an approval rating of just 34% according to a CBS poll published yesterday.

A sad indictment of the dying days of the Bush administration. I have struggled to like Bush, what seemed to be straight talking was often foot-in-mouth ignorance, and apparently sound right-wing ideals were fatally flawed - irresponsible tax cuts mixed with high spending, steel tariffs, big government and a boorishness unbecoming of his office.

Ronald Reagan had a similar allergic reaction for some people, and at times he slipped, but can anyone honestly tell me The Gipper's eloquent defence of western democracy against communism has been even half matched by the hickish ramblings of 'Dubaya'.


When Reagan suffered a mid-term slump started by the Iran-Contra affair, he told it straight and said 'No excuses, I was wrong'. A principled decision that the voters appreciated. Is Dubaya capable of such era-defining clarity? - probably not.

It can't get much worse and he will bounce back, but hopefully the next Republican nominee for US president will identify once again with principles and vision, otherwise, as the current cowboy-in-chief gallops into the sunset he will drag his party's fortunes with him.

P.S - in a hilarious footnote Dick 'Duck!' Cheney scrapes in with a measly 18%

Monday, February 27, 2006

Click and think of England

A random and utter waste of time from my friend Kristyna, but on the off-chance I'll be given an extra day's holiday.

VOTE to make St. George's Day a public holiday...


A message from 'Jihad Jack'

When dealing with Osama bin Laden, the following behaviour is recommended by Australian Al-Qaeda suspect Joseph 'Jihad Jack' Thomas.

From BBC Website:
"Thomas said he once shook hands with Bin Laden at an al-Qaeda camp in Afghanistan.
Bin Laden was "very polite and humble and shy. He didn't like too many kisses... he didn't mind being hugged but kisses he didn't like and he just seemed to float... across the floor," Thomas told ABC. "

A memorable quote from a person who was no doubt a top Al-Qaeda mastermind...

"I never really thought I'd be a Muslim," he told ABC. "I'd say, 'Oh look, you know, I really love your religion but I really love my beer'."

The civilised world trembles in fear at what this lot can come up with next.


Dear Reader...

Don't get me wrong. I'm glad that Ken is gone and think it mildly ironic that the unelected quango established by Labour brought down their only remaining popular politician, however, don't get me wrong, the standards board is bad, bad, bad.

I wonder who had the lightning bolt flash of inspiration to create it - actually... forget that. Everybody knows, because only Labour would choose to put bureaucrats in the postition that should be occupied by the ordinary voter.

Ken behaved badly, and yes he probably would have got away with it (the voters, even tories, love it when he plays up) however, to put in place a system that says a quango can chuck an elected politician out of power is a crying shame - even Ken.

William Rees Mogg says it best with this article in TheTimes - read more.

Saturday, February 25, 2006

Reigate CF Conference - Saturday,

Not many Area Chairmen would be able to pull this off, still fewer branch chairmen, but the folks at Reigate CF have done just that.

A training conference that had some people travelling all the way from Yorkshire was a massive achievement for Andrew Mountney and his team. A group of under-30s that work togther so well is a great achievement and is a credit to the work of the senior party in supporting and encouraging their efforts.

A few points to take away from the event; -

1. It was an event of use for the NATIONAL members, but that was organised by a LOCAL team of enthusiastic volunteers. CF should learn the lesson from this for the future, regionalism is the key.

2. It cost £5, a tiny sum. Yet, it was a competent and assured event with overlapping technical, social and campaigning elements. The lesson? Quality events are not linked to the amount of money you plough into them - Reigate CF did this with no central funding, in any case they are a SELF-FUNDING branch, and a good one at that.

3. HARD WORK is the key. Get a decent team around you and then delegate. you don't need to be huge to have a good event. Organise something practical, useful and fun then advertise like crazy -it'll pay off.

Well done Reigate (photo gallery to follow)

Friday, February 24, 2006

This is REAL!!! Halal chocolate


Ummah Foods is pleased to announce the availability of the Ummah Orange Chocolate bar.
To read about the launch and other stories please visit http://www.ummahfoods.com"

NO! This is not a joke. Halal chocolate made to strict fundamentalist principles and advertised as 'not a boycott brand'

P.S - Has anyone else noticed this is the historic 100th post? No...thought not. 1285 hits in just over a month.

Guilty and Gone

RED Ken Livingstone is out on his arse for his shocking comments likening a jewish reporter to a Nazi concentration camp guard.

The Standards board found that he had brought his office into disrepute by making the comments (despite some slick lawyering suggesting otherwise.

He has now been suspended for four weeks, which will do nothing to stop the massive tax increases and wastes of public money for which he has become famous.

All this could have been avoided had he made a sincere apology in the first place instead of calling all the press to a conference where he dismissed the Evening Standard as nazis. As usual, pride comes before a fall.


Should all police be armed?

Should all police be armed? ConservativeFuture.com asks the question. Read more.

Thursday, February 23, 2006

Alan Sugar - Business mastermind or a bit crap?

My favourite show returned to our TV screens last night, well alright, second favourite after re-run of the 'A-team'.

'The Apprentice' hardcore no-bollocks version, as opposed to the airbrushed yank version, has proved a mild hit for BBC 2. However, seeing it again I wonder if Alan Sugar is all he's supposed to be?

Donald Trump is a billionaire, Alan Sugar? a mere multi-millionaire, and most of that came from the tech boom of the 1980's. To cap it all Amstrad is struggling, it's profits are down 12.5%.

Watching the show I saw a lot of growling, sneering and posturing from Sir Alan, but through all of it I was never convinced that this is a business genius in the mould of Donald Trump.

His decision to punish the girls team for flirting with the likely charachter in the fruit market who gave them all that free stuff was a mistake.

Sure it isn't how they would act in a real business situation, but unless I'm very much mistaken, the winning Apprentice won't be selling fruit down Hackney market. This was a test of cut-throat ruthless competition, the girls spilt some claret, 'nuff said.

Civil War in Iraq

Iraqi insurgents posing as police planted a bomb inside and mosque and detonated it.

Not just any mosque, the Askariya shrine.

It contains the remains of two of Shia Islam's most revered imams. To Shias the world over this is a holy place of pilgramage, whose golden dome sets it apart as an outstanding feature.

However, as Iraq now slides toward civil war, where is the protest?

Hundreds of thousands of protesters took to the streets the world over to protest at a series of twelve cartoons in a danish paper. Cartoons advertised by militant imams to stop them being overlooked as they would otherwise have been. Cartoons that were added to (the prophet Mohammed depicted as a pig which was never part of the original series) by the imams themselves.

Yet now, in the most sickening act of cultural terrorism seen this century, iraqis - muslims - choose to blow up a place of worship and no protest is heard except on the troubled streets of Iraq where furious Shias are venting their anger on their Sunni neighbours (50 bullet riddled bodies were found this morning and many sunni mosques were attacked.)

Not quite true.

On Thursday, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad blamed the United States and Israel for the destruction of a Shiite shrine's golden dome in Iraq, saying it was the work of "defeated Zionists and occupiers."

The blatant hypocrisy of the cartoon protesters reveals the fatal flaw in the ideology of militant islamists. The people they whip up into a frenzy over various anti-western causes do not share their hatred of the west. Rather, in the emotionally stunted regimes they live in, protest against the West is the only form of protest, offering a chance to vent their frustrations with the otherwise suffocating regimes unlikely to step in.

A sad day for Iraq, a telling silence from the militants.

You HAVE to read this!!!

Guido Fawkes has done it again.

Uncovering a trough of underhand dealings and shady practise he might just have rumbled a very cosy relationship between lobbyists and MPS.

Amazing how what I assume is one guy can unearth all this newsworthy material whilst his mate RecessMonkey can only recycle mildly amusing anecdotes despite having about seven co-bloggers.

Wednesday, February 22, 2006

Evil Idea

Google Ads are not expensive.

You pay up and every time someone searches for a certain topic their ad appears in a column marked 'Sponsored Links' on the right-hand side of the results page.

If you were at a loose end between now and the end of the Lib Dem elction results, you might want to Search for 'Chris Huhne', 'Simon Hughes' or 'Ming Campbell'.

Clicking and backspacing repeatedly (but slow enough to let it register) would, if you were mean, run up quite a bill for the Lib Dem candidates.

Anyone fancy a go?

Reigate Conference - This Saturday

A branch (Reigate, led by Andrew Mountney) decides to hold a training conference. Organises it all themselves, invites speakers and opens it up to the National membership.

Imagine every branch was able to match their achievement?

Well done guys, see you sat...

ENJOY! - Hamas Beer?

This Brewer in Palestine is optimistic that his fortuitous re-branding of his beer (minus alcohol and in green labelled bottles) will prove a winner with the new administration.

Hamas Beer, as it is being dubbed, will fill that vital 'It's so good it's almost illegal' niche, long-missing in the Palestinian drinks market.

Rumours that the secret ingredient, besides hops sugar and water, is Semtex, have been played down by the brewery.

Next week..... Israeli Defence Force Pork Scratchings (pork free)

HOLLYWOOD SHOCK! -Underage stars caught in drink scandal

Hollywood, USA - In a scandal that has rocked the film capital of the world teen stars - some as young as 18 years of age - have been caught DRINKING and VISITING A NIGHTCLUB.

19-Year old teen superstar Lindsay Lohan and Malcolm in the Middle star Frankie Muniz (only 20 years old) have been caught on camera frequenting the 'Mood' Nightclub in central Hollywood.

A Hollywood insider said;

"This is shocking news. That a Hollywood nightclub would turn a blind eye to a 19-year old drinking in public is just horrible.

Worse still is Frankie Muniz, he took his fiancee along to this club and she is also only 20 years old. These kids are still too young and innoncent to be exposed to such things as alcohol and loud music - their parents should be ashamed of themselves."

For video click here

Lindsay Lohan - "Innocent"

A message from confirmed dissident Prince Charles-al-Tikriti

A statement made on the rooftop of the imperial Palace Baghdad / Buckingham

"Ladies and Gentlemen.

I have called you all here today to confirm that I am in fact the dissident wanted by the CIA and British Intelligence services.

One realises that this may come as a shock to many of you, after all I have hitherto been more famous for talking to my plants than calling for jihad against the infidel forces of Satan currently occupying the holy lands of Islam.

However, henceforth I wish it to be known that I am unafraid to stand up for the rights of the Umma against the invading crusader forces. I call on all my islamic brothers to join in this holy jihad against the barbarians at our gate.

That is all... I have a polo match at three and I'm late already - where is that bloody driver!"

Tuesday, February 21, 2006

Wembley not ready for FA Cup Final

Polish construction company Lezki and Kawolski issued the following statement:

"Following the announcement by the English Football Association thatthe FA cup Final will nto be held at Wembley stadium we wish to make it clear that this announcement disspaoints us greatly.

As this picture clearly shows the stadium is nearing it's final stages and is due for completion very soon. Already the facilities offered match the best available in our native Poland and we strenuously object to the gross mis-charachterisations offered by the FA.

We hope that in light of this new inforamtion they may be encouraged to reconsider their decision."

Simon Hughes as Baghdad Bob

Thank the good folks @ theLiberati.net for this howler.

Remember this Baghdad Bob. The Yanks were hoisting the stars and stripes over Baghdad airport and he was claiming they had been 'driven back, beheaded like snakes' etc. etc.

Now Simon Hughes does his own spin on the theme;

"Although the race is close, the evidence is that I have a slight lead with the other two battling it out for second place."

"I look forward to working as Leader with the brightest, best and most creative people in British liberal politics to bring forward the policies fit for the new century."

Project Gordon

Pink ties and smiling are powerful new weapons in the grandly named 'Project Gordon' but we feel the Chancellor needs some extra help before being handed the premiership in 2007.

Therefore, can I invite you to suggest some new ideas that Mr Brown might like to try on for size. a few suggestions are listed below.

'Bungee Jumping'

'Wearing Masks'

' Naked Rambling'

Power to the People - Right On!

The the dual premiership of the Labour Party has decided that what people really need is 'people power'. Therefore and henceforth, Comrade David 'who?' Milliband has recommended a programme of governmental initiatives to allow people to keep the maximum amount of power at a local level - a solid market driven Tory proposal if ever there was won. Bravo!

In entirely unrelated news, the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister is proposing to massively increase the powers of the increasingly tax-happy and usually unaccountable Mayor of London Ken Livingstone.

"I'll be a good boy - promise!"

Monday, February 20, 2006

FIVE falls at the Olympic Figure Skating, Slippery Surface Blamed

Not one, not two...but FIVE finalists in the Olympic Pairs final slipped stumbled and fell, including the Italian home favourites.

'Mental problems' were blamed, but Italian Primadonna Barbara Fusar Poli was in doubt that it was her partner Maurizio Margogoli who was responsible for their misfortune, stumbling as they did in the final stages of their routine.

The italian ice dancer shot daggers at her partner for a full 30 seconds at the end of their routine, with only the imminent judging result rescuing him from her withering stare.

It's pistols at dawn in the world of sequins and spandex.

Developing .....

Lazy Labour, Dim Dems and Top-class Tories

Who is the best at responding to their constituent's concerns? Who will give you an answer at the soonest possible opportunity?

Conservative MPs Paul Goodman, George Young and Robert Key were the stars for the Tories - congratulations to their staff for that.

Meanwhile Labour have been shamed by Jane Kennedy, John Heppell and Graham Stringer - with professional celebrity MP George Galloway managing a paltry 7% 3-week response rate.

Friday, February 17, 2006

Electoral Fraud at Edinburgh

CF members are politely requested to arm themselves with pitchforks and burning torches and march together on the capital of Scottish socialism that is Edinburgh University.

Boris Johnson, MP for Henley, academic, distinguished commentator and all-round jolly nice chap (his words not mine) was not elected, despite what must have been the wish of the majority of students at the University.

This is borne out by the fact that no-one in their right mind could possibly discard BoJo and vote for this freak.

Pointless moaning and very personal attacks on the personal appearance of the winner welcomed. Just add a comment.

Goodnight and Good Luck

An American film that begins with a lengthy speech about the increased coroporate obsession in news broadcasting. Hard to believe? Yes, but George Clooney's latest directorial debut does just that.

For the Telegraph's review of the film click here

A notable quote from the review

"A final irony, one that makes this film's existence all the more necessary: youthful test audiences complained that the actor playing McCarthy was OTT, a drunken boor. It was no actor - just original footage of the man himself."

New Bond Girl Announced!

Eva Green - Hot and French, like a baguette except tastier.

Thursday, February 16, 2006

In my defense

I got a bit of an ear-bashing from some tub-thumping Tories last night.

When asked who would have supported the total smoking ban I enthusiastically stuck my hand up. Not a popular move.

"This is an issue of personal freedom", "They'll be legislating in people's houses next!" and so on and so forth.

Let me be clear, my opposition to the smoking bill is not founded on my fear of passive smoking and the damage it may do to bar staff. Nor is it that it will help my smoker friends to cut down a bit and be less dependent on their nicotine fix (though it will). My reason's are a whole lot more selfish...

Truth is I socialising is nearly impossible without coming back from a night out stinking of other people's smoke. I hate it -if i'm in a bar and don't want to drink I can stick to the J2O's all night. No-one can force me to drink (though some might try to persuade me).

However, if one idiot in the corner of a bar decides to light up soon everyone is sucking in his fumes. Remember, I'm not worried about the cancer or emphysema, what gets me going is how someone else's filthy habit can affect my enjoyment of a night out from twenty feet away.

After five minutes your clothes will stink so bad that you will be unable to wear them again without washing (fine if it's a t-shirt, bad news if you're in a suit). After ten minutes your eyes begin to dry out and then sting. Fifteen minutes and your throat does the same, leaving you unable to talk properly for most of the next day. Added to that is the ash that coats your face and the casual embuggerance of being burned by other people's cigarettes.

Personal freedom is all well and good, but when it starts to affect my ability to have a good time I'm all for a bit of legislative self-defense. Smokers, go outside where you'll only inflict your dirty habit on yourself.

..and if this argument isn't enough check out Jeremy Clarkson in the SUN today.

Go Boris Go!

Brothers and sisters, by this time tomorrow Lord Johnson of Henley will be duly elected rector of Edinburgh University.

Sadly, the crypto-communists of the Student Association have binned a long-standing tradition of neutrality and come out against Boris, but that was probably after reading this little gem.

Come the revolution we can all aspire to be as great as BoJo.

Hillary wades in...

Hillary just can't help herself.

After checking that everyone else would agree with her, she decided to weigh in on the 'Cheney shot his buddy' debate and wasn't adverse to stirring the pot a bit by slamming the Vice President for 'not revealing the thruth quickly enough'

This line sold well in Washington where the Press corp were fuming that they were outscooped by the local paper that was asked to convey the story to the outside world.


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Madonna picks up the 'MILF' Award - and is proud of it

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"Paris Hilton managed to make the red carpet despite a debilitating spinal curvature."

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Hip-hop star Kanye West picks a bad time to announce - "I'm Gay"

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"The Brit Awards winner in the 'Special Needs' category is..."

Wednesday, February 15, 2006

This makes me laugh

The guys at ConservativeFuture.com have done it again.

This article made me laugh until I nearly wet myself (but not actually)

Worst of all, it's all true!

Tuesday, February 14, 2006

Name the baby

DC's missus has just dropped the sprog, a bouncing baby boy (and on Valentine's Day as well -how sweet!)

A comment competition to find a name for that baby.

Here is a photofit:

Meet Gordon

An 'accident' in South Africa with the Prime Minister's plane saw the emergence of a new Prime Minister.

Exit Mr Brown, the dour Scot with a fetish for statistics, enter Gordon, the pink-shirt wearing 'voice of authoirty' on all matters under the sun.

If his interview on Sunday, wherin he touched on all areas of major policy, was a shot across Blair's bows - then his performance yesterday was a 'coup d'etat' though Blair will have to wait a while to find out how successful it has been.

Our good friend Recess Monkey is positively chewing the carpet on this issue, suggesting that Brown could take on the leadership of the Labour Party whilst Blair stays as PM till the next election.

Problem is, whilst Brown can happily spew out statistics and give forth on all matters economic, he is unlikely to be able to keep it up when he is talking about things that people actually know a bit about and have an opinion.

I forsee an increasingly bold Brown being rejected by the voters for being presumptious. This in turn will increase his impatience to get the top job, which will rile Blair, leading to more of that famous friction. A victory in the vote yesterday - but a whole world of trouble lies ahead.


Duck it's Dick

Dick Cheney’s Top 10 Excuses For Shooting Fellow Hunter

From the home office in blue-state New York, here’s Vice President Dick Cheney’s top 10 excuses for shooting fellow hunter Harry Whittington on Saturday:
10. Sick and tired of Whittington’s “Hey, I’m having a heart attack” jokes
9. Pushed over edge by Dixie Chicks and Streisand blasting on pick-up truck stereo
8. Ongoing dispute over whether it’s acceptable to torture quail before shooting them
7. Thought he saw Michael Moore on other side of tree line
6. Bombed out of his gourd on Wild Turkey and Lone Star Beer
5. Companion’s ill-advised decision to wear Moveon.org sweatshirt
4. Was trying to impress Jodie Foster
3. Whittington’s repeated ribbing that Bush is actually the “real president”
2. Targeting scope on rifle made by Halliburton

And the number one excuse given by Dick Cheney for almost blowing away hunting companion Harry Whittington…

1. Because he’s a wartime vice president, damn it

Send this on

Monday, February 13, 2006

Mole Valley Report

What a successful weekend! CF turned out in force as part of a much larger campaigning day in Mole Valley. The aim? To get two CF members elected into the council.

A good turnout from the senior party was a big boost, with MPs and MEPs making the effort to pound the pavements as well.

A notable guest was South East MEP Nirj Deva. Nirj is, and has been, a longtime supporter of CF and it was great that he took on the canvassing as enthusiastically as anyone else, despite having to drive back to London to catch his train back to Brussels.

From the CF Exec myself and Jonathan Ash Edwards made it. We hope that as many CF members as possible will join us in Croydon next week

Friday, February 10, 2006

Mole Valley Tomorrow

Conservative Future are having a National action Day tomorrow

Meet at 10:30 @ Dorking Railway Station (only 45 mins by train from London Victoria).

There are two target seats being contested by CF members. Either turn up on the day OR email Jonathan for more details.

I love the Times

This piece of investigative journalism by The Times parodies Colin Powell brilliantly

Wait a sec!! This isn't a parody, it's a real life story!

Click Here to read about Colin's speaker's fees, private jet and 'special requirements'

Brown - Shafted by freak!

Gordon Brown must have been taken aback by Labour's defeat in deep-red Dunfermline last night.

Tha Chancellor is next door neighbour to this previously rock solid Labour safe seat and made several high-profile visits. why then did a majority of 11,500 dissolve overnight?

Surely Gorgeous Gordon isn't an electoral liability?

The jury is still out, but surely tough questions will be raised when everyone realises that Labour lost to a Literal Dumbocrat as ugly as this......

Caption (Lib Dem woman on left: "Mmm, the sweet smell of success!")

Readers may also be interested in this piece of vicious self-flagelletion by our good friend Recess Monkey

As an employee of the Parliamentary Labour party isn't he worried about slagging off the Chief Whip?

Thursday, February 09, 2006

Peace Envoy from Iran Arrives

"I come in peace !"