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Sir Bulldog Craggwood

Damien McBride fired from No10

More to follow in the Sunday papers including maybe the actual content of these emails.

Guido Fawkes has exposed correspondence between Derek Draper and Damian McBride (No10 head of strategy and planning) of a ferocious campaign in the planning to put real filth around about senior Conservatives. From what i've heard so far is that they were planning to put about that one shadow cabinet member had a brother on the verge of being institutionalised due to mental illness and another having a sexually transmitted disease. Among others....
Pond Life

Perhaps they would be better off concentrating on getting the country back up and running to win the next election rather than making the others look bad

If the above story is true it is a truly disgusting depth to stoop too, i would of course hold the same view if it was any party using the same story to gain some sort of advantage.
Sir Bulldog Craggwood

as i said the other day - hapless and conniving
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Isabel Oakeshott
INSIDE Downing Street officials were putting the finishing touches to a £20 billion bailout package for struggling businesses, to be announced by the prime minister the next day. Out in the real world, thousands of workers were facing redundancy as Barclays and Jaguar Land Rover announced savage job cuts.

But at 6.30pm on Tuesday, January 13, Damian McBride, Downing Street’s head of strategy and planning, had other things on his mind. He was bent on a smear campaign against the Tories on a proposed new website, Red Rag.

“Gents, a few ideas I have been working on for Red Rag,” he wrote, by way of introduction to the plan he was about to send to Derek Draper, his old friend and Labour blogger. “For ease, I’ve written all the below as I’d write them for the site.”

Copying in Charlie Whelan, Gordon Brown’s former spin doctor, McBride, who was paid by the taxpayer, set out four possible stories to ensure the new Labour website got off to a flying start.

He described the first – about a gay Tory MP promoting his companion’s business interests in the Commons – as a “solid investigative story”, suggesting that it “may be a good one to use early”.

The other three, he admits, “are gossipy and mainly intended to destabilise the Tories”.

The scurrilous suggestions and lurid language in the e-mail triggered panic in Downing Street yesterday but one person was clearly impressed.

“Absolutely totally brilliant Damian,” fired back Draper 20 minutes after receiving McBride’s message in January. “I’ll think about timing and sort out the technology this week so we can go as soon as possible.”

If the smear campaign being hatched by McBride had gone ahead, it would have set the scene for one of the dirtiest general election campaigns in recent history.

However, in a twist that would prove terminal for McBride, the e-mails fell into the hands of Paul Staines, the right-wing Westminster blogger known as “Guido Fawkes”. Yesterday copies of the e-mails were seen by The Sunday Times.
Sir Bulldog Craggwood

McBride’s ideas are set out under a series of headings, the first relating to a gay Tory MP. He suggests Red Rag circulates a story that the individual is “routinely using his position in the House of Commons to offer free publicity” to a large high street company for which the MP’s boyfriend works. McBride alleges that the Tory MP “has never once declared his close personal relationship” with the store executive and lists a series of occasions on which the MP
appears to have used Commons facilities to promote the company; praised the firm in Commons debates and put down parliamentary motions that could be favourable to it.

McBride’s second suggestion is to challenge David Cameron, the Conservative leader, to publish his “full financial and medical records”, and to spread gossip that he may have suffered from a sexually transmitted disease.

The slur appears to be based on nothing more than Cameron’s admission that, when he was a student, he once attended a clinic for sexually transmitted diseases at the Radcliffe Infirmary in Oxford. But McBride suggests “inserting [a] picture of Dr Christian Jessen”, who appears on the Channel 4 programme Embarrassing Bodies. There is no suggestion that the two men know each other.

Headlined “George’s photo album”, McBride’s third idea was to alarm the Conservatives by falsely hinting at the existence of embarrassing photographs of George Osborne, the shadow chancellor, from his university days.

In a reference to pictures published in 2005 of Osborne with a prostitute, Natalie Rowe, taken 12 years earlier, and the notorious Bullingdon Club photograph of Osborne taken when he was at Oxford, McBride writes: “Embarrassing photos have followed George Osborne around throughout his career: posing in his Bullingdon Club uniform at Oxford, lying on the carpet at home in his permed mullet playing Monopoly with his fellow viscounts and standing in an . . . embrace with a prostitute at a party in London. But he knows that the most embarrassing photos from his past have yet to emerge.”

McBride goes on to suggest that the website should spread rumours that pictures exist of Osborne “posing in a bra, knickers and suspenders” and “with his face ‘blacked up’ ”.

“He wouldn’t be the first student to do some cross-dressing at university. But . . . why would a student in the late 1980s black up his face for the amusement of friends in their private college rooms? This in the era when young Tories wore ‘Hang Mandela’ T-shirts.”

In what is perhaps the most vicious section, McBride suggests spreading rumours about the mental health of Frances, Osborne’s wife, following the furore over his discussions with a Russian oligarch during a party on a yacht last summer.

He suggests the website hint the shadow chancellor may try to use his wife’s “emotional difficulties” as an excuse if he is demoted in a Tory reshuffle.

Why are friends of George Osborne letting it be known that his wife Frances has been feeling emotionally fragile since his Yachtgate troubles in the summer, supposedly appearing sullen at party events and becoming upset when seeing media coverage critical of her husband? If she is having genuine emotional difficulties, Red Rag is the first to sympathise. But it’s highly suspicious that George’s ‘friends’ keep dropping allusions to her ‘problems’ into conversation and it smacks of a deliberate ploy. Could they be paving the way for George to use the ‘family’ excuse if Dave bites the bullet and sidelines him in his upcoming reshuffle?”

A second e-mail from McBride, which appears to have been sent later the same month, offers “a couple more thoughts on stories”.

“If you think these work, let’s think about how to sequence them in with the others,” McBride wrote. He admits that one of his ideas “is a bit of poetic licence” but is based on “what we know” about the prostitute with whom Osborne was pictured.

“It will put the fear of God into Osborne,”
he added.

In his most lurid slur, McBride suggests that “secret tapes” exist containing evidence that Osborne had sex with the prostitute. McBride Continued on page 3 Continued from page 2 makes obscene allegations about the use of a sex aid and also claims that drugs were taken. The shadow chancellor has always denied having any physical relationship with Rowe or taking any drugs with her.

Finally, McBride suggests Red Rag concoct a tale about Nadine Dorries, a Tory back-bench MP, having a one-night stand with a married colleague during a party away day. McBride suggests Red Rag hint that a sex aid was accidentally left in a hotel bedroom.

Dorries reacted to the unfounded allegation furiously yesterday, demanding an apology from Brown: “The e-mail accusations regarding myself are 100% not true. They are slanderous and therefore libellous.” McBride has known for some days that Staines had obtained career-damaging evidence against him. However, it was not until yesterday afternoon that the prime minister’s aide discovered exactly what had fallen into the political blogger’s hands.
Sir Bulldog Craggwood

even the mafia have a code that includes not going after their enemies wives

being stupid and malicious enough to spend important time at the heart of power plottiing over playground bitchery as part of some No10 secret black ops unit thats planning to use an anonymous website to spit out poison that would make Vicki Pollard blush?

i'm gobsmacked this has happened.

like i said - hapless and conniving

they are spinning like mad over this but this could be a Watergate moment and i'm not joking. Sure theres been no burglary but its an attempt to psychologically target politicians and their wives with humiliating whispering campaign designed to destabilise the mental health and relationships. Prostitutes, VD clinics, transvestisism, sextoys, sextapes, mental health problems, drugs, closet-racism, marital infidelity with colleagues, toffs, oligarchs, yachts.

Sounds like OMJ

Its straight out of the copybook of Richard Nixon.
Higgs Boson

These cunts could set up Camerondigsupjadegoodysbodyandfucksherupthewrongunwithafrozenturd.com and advertise it during Britains Got Talent and still not gain any support from the electorate now.
It's a Majoresque end of days all over again. Pack your bags Gordon and just fuck off now will ya?
Sir Bulldog Craggwood

life imitating art:


Sir Bulldog Craggwood

Darkness at the Heart of the Labour Party
Harold Wilson asserted that the Labour party was a moral crusade or it was nothing. The McBride affair has left Labour members looking at nothing. That is the reality check that McBride has wrought on the party.

The whole of the government's energy should be spent on governing now and building a programme from which, within and year, we will be seeking permission to rule for another five years.

Far from helping sketch out a new roadmap, the McBride activities shine a searchlight on the paucity of the government's programme.

Week after week MPs have been turning up but with almost no serious work to do. There is the odd bill to be sure. But there is no legislative programme to speak of. Even the debates that are put on to fill in time are ones that deny MPs a vote. The whole exercise is vacuous.

Labour MPs are left staring into the abyss - that nothingness of Harold Wilson's statement. There is a wish amongst all sections of the PLP for the government to start governing. We wouldn't care too much whether the ideas were Blairite or non-Blairite, as long as we could give the impression of supporting a government that was using the next year to mark out why we should stay in office.

We have lived through an age of record public expenditure provision, but are now entering one of increasing cuts. There have been some beneficial results from this huge tax-payer largesse, but they in no way match up to what radicals predicted would be the outcome.

Have we been on the wrong track, and if so, what should now be our approach? Or is the task to look much more carefully how each pound of tax-payers' money is spent so we get a much bigger bang for our buck? Instead of this debate, we see the energy at the heart of Number 10 going into trying to smear the opposition.

It is this contrast between how we should be behaving, and what has been exposed, that is the real killer. A necessary government information machine has been corrupted by a spin that seeks not to inform but control and, if needs be destroy. And it has been in existence for over a decade.

McBride sat on the Prime Minister's political War Cabinet. If this is the war the Prime Minister thinks the country wants he is in for a very rude awakening. In the meantime, Labour supporters are left bewildered and wondering what happened to the moral crusading side of our mission.

Poor old Labour party.


- Frank Field MP for Birkenhead
Sir Bulldog Craggwood

Damian McBride: the story that will not die
Posted By: Iain Martin at Apr 14, 2009 at 22:25:43 [General]
Posted in: Politics , Three Line Whip
Tags:View More BBC, Damian McBride, emails, Gordon Brown, News at Ten, smears


It is day four of the McBride-Draper-emailgate-smearathon-a-go-go and the story leads both the BBC Ten o'clock news and ITN's bulletin. That is a spindoctor's worst nightmare: when a story just keeps on going and going despite them telling their boss each day that really, this time, they think they've probably strangled it and it will start to disappear down the TV news running order.

The latest fuel is being provided, quite understandably, by Labour MPs and former ministers who have been 'done in' by Gordon Brown's spin operation at some point down the years. No wonder they are speaking out; Frank Field was very dignified and spot on.

But Brown will be going absolutely bananas right now. Time to reach for the phone and demand that a convenient distraction be arranged for the media by Damian McBride. Ah... yes, I forgot; that won't be possible this time.

UPDATE 11pm It's a hat-trick. It also led Newsnight.
Mick McCann

First thing absolutely no doubt the Cons will win the next election so in those terms this is irrelevant.

This story, for me, is mainly interesting because of the spin, Lab fucking it up and Con excelling angle.

Serf the story is also staying top of the news stack because the Cons cleverly keep changing what's pissing them off about it and they are absolutely hammering Lab in the spins stakes. Fantastic media manipulation, although they need to very soon say, 'OK, lets drop it, Browns not going to apologise or accept responsibility' and play the badly done by victim.

Cams new indignation (yesterday, don't know what it is today) is that it is 'cultural', using the same argument he's the man who 'allowed' Spelman to commit fraud and left her in his shadow cabinet but the Labour spin machine, unlike the Tories, is in complete disarray.

I'd be absolutely fuming if I was senior Lab, not only did the Tories first notice that the gen pub would be pissed off if they looked closely at the expenses situation (that had been public domain for years) but they also found 'a friend' in the expenses/accounts department to keep drip feeding (anonymously) stories of Lab politicians to focus the public beautifully on Lab when both parties were 'guilty'. Cam and Osbourne (for the first time in God knows how long) kept their heads down and absolutely stum knowing that they were just as guilty. Brilliant spin.

Give me the national average hourly wage and Cameron's expenses and I absolutely guarantee that I'll find claims that are just as 'scandalous' as Smiths claims. I'd have to exclude the London MP second home claim from that as I don't know if Cam is a London MP but I'd certainly find a Shadow Cabinet member who was claiming for a second London home. But if Cam hasn't got a second London home how the fuck is he claiming roughly the same as Smith? Labour spin getting left on the red smear on their pants.

The expenses claims reality both 'guilty', Con = good spin, Lab = terrible spin/defence.

This latest email thing I'd be absolutely pulling my hair out, they had a “solid investigative story”, about a Tory MP promoting his partners business interests in the Commons. Fuck did they need that story and it's a legit story, not as bad as Labours Lord Blackburn who I hope goes to prison although he won't, he's above the law.

But the spin doctor mixed up a 'solid' story with lots of spurious rumour about scandalous bollocks and instead of us thinking about the possible bad behaviour of a Tory MP we're looking at Labour thinking dirty, cheating bastards. I'd remove Damien's tackle with a fork and rusty spoon.

Another couple of media manipulation/spin questions how did the emails become public knowledge? How fantastic is it for the Tories that their spin machine is purring like a Rolls Royce on newly lain tarmac while the Lab machine is a Mini Metro newly abandoned in Meanwood beck?

Keeping up the cars analogy just as Prescott is known as '2 Jags Prescott' if the Labour spin machine had even been on the road for the last 2 years David should be known as 'Cameron the man who jogs in front of his Humvee to save the planet'. The Labour spin vehicle should have tattooed that image across Cameron's forehead in the mind of the nation.

For me, Cameron is an extremely slick, presentable and intelligent PR man, I've seen nothing else, other than a ropey understanding of economics. But hey, it's on such spurious bollocks that we elect people.
bearing

I'll have you know I've never once worried excessively about my health!
Sir Bulldog Craggwood

Superstripe wrote:
my favourite part of all this is that this Guido Fawkes chap claims to be apolitical and Serf quotes him as such.


he crucified Caroline Spelman and Derek Conway
Sir Bulldog Craggwood

yes he has Conservative sympathies by the looks of things - Labour have been in power for 12 years, making decision for 12 years and have a more MPs than the other parties combined - its not surprising that his Lab vs Con vs Lib stories are weighted that way

as for acid house parties and being a conservative at university - we've all done stupid things when were that age

doesnt mean he shouldnt have a voice


he's done a great public service here and shown up the mainstream media most of whom had been too scared to publish
Sir Bulldog Craggwood

no thats nonsense i'm afraid. Paul Staines/Guido is not a Conservative Special Advisor briefing from within Downing Street on a government computer on a govt salary. Thats the bit No10 dont get. This Red Rag website that they were going to put their LIES on about opponents WIVES was registered to the House of Commons - i suspect this goes all the way to the top - right up to Mandy and Gordy

This McBride guy has done more to damage Labour than anyone in living memory -

As Alice Miles wrote today:

Quote:
Some of the words that tumbled yesterday from the mouths of Labour former victims of the No 10 briefers were more suited to people subject to chemical attack than to mere political hostility.

“The most lethal attack machine in the history of British politics,” said one; “they have polluted the core of British politics for years.” “Licensed to kill, by Gordon,” said another.

“Red-on-red action,” muttered a third. “These e-mails are the minutest tip of the iceberg. For years and years and years it has not been the Labour Party’s political enemies who have been on the receiving end, it’s been people in the Labour Party.”


No surprise that the odious Charlie Whelan, Derek Draper and Tom Watson are involved. Nobodies done anything like this before and the prime minister's inability to properley apologise and his disingenious mealymouthed letters of apologies to those involved mark him out as someone unfit for power. He scrawled an illegible 90 word note to Nadine Dorries (a married mother of three) mispelling her name after his closest assistant of the last 12 years bought and set up and planned putting a story in the public realm that she'd fucked a colleague at a hotel and left a vibrator in the room. THese sort of things arent just calculated to damage peoples political reputations but to destroy their personal life and sanity. As someone who had to suffer the drip drip drip of poison on a public website in the last year   i know how this feels - its fucking evil

These people arent fit to run a bath

I really dont know how much longer this country can or has to suffer this gang of thugs who really must think the wonderful ends they can lead this country to justifies such pathetic means to retain power

They are indefensible people. They cheapened Blair's government from the word go - Whelan was sacked for dripping poison about Mandelson, Draper was sacked in 97 for selling access to ministers. They then obstructed the attempts of Blair to reform public sector services and the benefits system (neatly destroying the ministerial career of Frank Field in the process) ran Blair out of office prematurely when he had promised to serve a full term, are conducting a scorched earth policy with our economy borrowing and bribing at all costs to win another election, and now all this.

Harold Wilson said that the Labour Party is a moral crusade or it is nothing. At the moment it is nothing but the pursuit of power for powers sake
Sir Bulldog Craggwood

A little black cloud wrote:
For the benefit of those of us who don't have your insight could you clarify exactily what Tom Watson has done....or is smear now part of your armory...

from my lofty position the idea of a self confessed Tory defending a known Tory's right to be a Tory cunt is laughable...but I'm just a cloud so what do i know.


no one's sure what Tom Watson's done yet but he was alleged to have been copied in to these emails, was the Cabinet Office Minister and was based in the same office as McBride. He was the guy who filmed Sion Simon's 'hilarious' spoof of Webcameron a couple of years ago where Simon offered Cameron's children and wife to any interested viewers.

Watson also wrote this on his blog a while ago:

Quote:
February 11th, 2007 |

David Cameron must have known that the story of his drug taking would enter the public domain. My sense is that his people have rushed it out knowing that a number of biographies are to be published about him later in the year. They must have known that a degree of serious scrutiny by Francis Elliot and James Hanning would have revealed the Eton incident. There is no doubt that Mr Elliot’s book will be the must-read biography of the season. But the story of his drug taking is out there now. He’s not lied, he’s not caused any long term damage, now lets get back to talking about all the private equity firms that fund his office.

One thing though - do you think that he or George Osborne ever went to a rave organised by Guido Fawkes? They’re the same age and were knocking about in the same crowd. Just a thought.
Mick McCann

The Serf of Craggwood wrote:
This Red Rag website that they were going to put their LIES on about opponents WIVES was registered to the House of Commons - i suspect this goes all the way to the top - right up to Mandy and Gordy


Just a quick comment while I read the rest of the thread.

Who knows if, after the 'brain storming' by this silly cock that all this fuss is about, it (the stories that are more rumour than substance) would have got past the planning stage. We'll never know if when it got the once over by someone with some actual power, they'd have turned around and said, 'Damien stop being a prick and find some proper material for your site......twat.'

This 'smear campaign' has beed carried by the media nothing ever got published by Labour.
Mick McCann

The Serf of Craggwood wrote:
Superstripe wrote:
my favourite part of all this is that this Guido Fawkes chap claims to be apolitical and Serf quotes him as such.


he crucified Caroline Spelman and Derek Conway


More than the great moral crusader Cameron did.

How could anyone with an ounce of poilitical gravitas not slaughter them?

Also the Cameron drug story was true and if he's so into the truth why didn't he just say, 'Yes it was more than blow.' Or even say what drug he was into?

Sometimes I despair of this nation of ours, kids in Armley get criminalised because they're in Armley and not Eaton or which ever public school/drug den he attended, while others go on to run the country and get away with a smug, 'I'd rather not say it's personal.' And in front of the nation, who'd want us crack down on the 'drug filled' streets. I'd love to see a yout try that defence, 'I'd rather not say it's personal, officer.'

If he's going to run the country he could at least be honest and open.
Sir Bulldog Craggwood

you are twisting things somewhate here. What actually happened in 2006 was a journalist at a panel-event suggested George Osbourne's ability to retain facts and figures might make him "faintly autistic" - Osborne then replied "we arent getting onto Gordon Brown yet" He at least had the nerve to say that off the cuff remark in public and not through an assumed pseudynom on an anonymous website  
Sir Bulldog Craggwood

Mick McCann wrote:
The Serf of Craggwood wrote:
Superstripe wrote:
my favourite part of all this is that this Guido Fawkes chap claims to be apolitical and Serf quotes him as such.


he crucified Caroline Spelman and Derek Conway


More than the great moral crusader Cameron did.

How could anyone with an ounce of poilitical gravitas not slaughter them?

Also the Cameron drug story was true and if he's so into the truth why didn't he just say, 'Yes it was more than blow.' Or even say what drug he was into?

Sometimes I despair of this nation of ours, kids in Armley get criminalised because they're in Armley and not Eaton or which ever public school/drug den he attended, while others go on to run the country and get away with a smug, 'I'd rather not say it's personal.' And in front of the nation, who'd want us crack down on the 'drug filled' streets. I'd love to see a yout try that defence, 'I'd rather not say it's personal, officer.'

If he's going to run the country he could at least be honest and open.


Rolls Royces...Eton....attractive wife...nice house.... shares in the family firm

you are falling into their trap. Class war innuendo heaped upon unsubstantiated smear. so he did a bit of blow - this is a story from three years ago. his said what happened in a person's private life before they became involved in politics should remain private. the wrong thing to do wouldve been to deny doing anything like that when he had - and he didnt deny it
Sir Bulldog Craggwood

yikes!

Cloud it is then

Pour your misery down...  
Mick McCann

The Serf of Craggwood wrote:
Rolls Royces...Eton....attractive wife...nice house.... shares in the family firm

you are falling into their trap. Class war innuendo heaped upon unsubstantiated smear. so he did a bit of blow - this is a story from three years ago. his said what happened in a person's private life before they became involved in politics should remain private. the wrong thing to do wouldve been to deny doing anything like that when he had - and he didnt deny it


Who said anything about a Rolls Royce or shares in the family firm?

So if before a politician gets into politics they take part in a bit of fraud or beat up some stranger it's not relevant because its in their past?

You brought up the drugs story as an example of what a cunt Watson was, I was just pointing out that the story was true.

And come on it was clearly more than 'a bit of blow', it was powder that's why he wouldn't own up.

And that is a clear example of class war, kids from disadvantaged backgrouds do go to prison more than the rest of society and Cameron was safely within the confines of a public school and not on the streets.

Also he can laugh about it later and no one bats an eye. I'm sure there were kids absolutely wetting themselves in correctional institution up and down the land.
Mick McCann

A little black cloud wrote:


Do Mr Towler, Harris and Miss Reeves know about you...?


Who?
Mick McCann

A little black cloud wrote:
http://www.stuartbruce.biz/2009/0...king-the-smears-about-redrag.html


Right that's it I'm off to post some shit on his thing.
Sir Bulldog Craggwood

Milk MeMan wrote:
A little black cloud wrote:
http://www.stuartbruce.biz/2009/0...king-the-smears-about-redrag.html


Right that's it I'm off to post some shit on his thing.


well thats half the fun. if you dont agree with any of these bloggers or a lot of the opinion pieces on the established newswebsites, you can disagree. although sme moderate more than others
Mick McCann

The Serf of Craggwood wrote:
Milk MeMan wrote:
A little black cloud wrote:
http://www.stuartbruce.biz/2009/0...king-the-smears-about-redrag.html


Right that's it I'm off to post some shit on his thing.


well thats half the fun. if you dont agree with any of these bloggers or a lot of the opinion pieces on the established newswebsites, you can disagree. although sme moderate more than others


I've posted the spin rant and put my website as regdafishthinktank, click my name and it brings you here, fantastic. I want to go and post on more.

It's up, now I just need to change my name back to Mick McCann on here so anyone who drops in doesn't think it was an alias/scam or get confused.

By the way how did my name change? What happened to democracy and freedom of choice.
Sir Bulldog Craggwood

Hey Tory Faggots,

My name is Derek, and I hate every single one of you. All of you are fat, retarded, no-lifes who spend every second of their day looking at stupid ass pictures of wendy houses and trains and arguing about Jonathan Douglas - the worlds best midfielder after Messi. You are everything bad in the world. Honestly, have any of you ever gotten any pussy? I mean, I guess it's fun making fun of people because of your own insecurities, but you all take to a whole new level. This is even worse than jerking off to pictures on facebook or doing drugs as a student whilst dressed like an extra from Brideshead.

Don't be a stranger. Just hit me with your best shot. I'm pretty much perfect. I was a top lobbyist and host at TalkRadio until i inexplicably rang in one day to tell the listeners i was at a Amsterdam brothel, and the are about 17 people that matter in the government- if you've got the means i can put you in touch with ALL of them. What sports do you play, other than online skullduggary and muck raking or do you just "jack off to naked drawn Japanese people who post on political blogs"? I also get straight A's in Clinical Psychology from the Wright Institute in Berkeley, and have a banging hot breakfast TV presenter girlfriend (She just blew me; Shit was SO cash). You are all faggots who should just kill yourselfs and vote UKIP. Thanks for listening.

Pic Related: It's me and my bitch





Forest

 Genius
Sir Bulldog Craggwood

official records show Draper then had lunch with Gordon Brown and their wives a few days after Red Rag had been registered as a website

i'm sure at no point was this discussed

now can i please have a yellow card for simulation of outrage?




Mick McCann

Spot on stripe, I'm off round some of these political blogs to have a related rant, with a link to regdafishthinktank obviously.

The one thing is, do people really care of he swings both ways or if some political wife is an alci?
Sir Bulldog Craggwood

Superstripe wrote:
The Serf of Craggwood wrote:
official records show Draper then had lunch with Gordon Brown


there's an official record of who Derek Draper has lunch with?



theres an official record of who gets invited to Chequers, yes
Sir Bulldog Craggwood

Derek resigned from LabourList this week

i for one would like to wish him good luck in his future career and thank him for adding to the gaiety of the nation
Sir Bulldog Craggwood

Derek resigned from LabourList this week

i for one would like to wish him good luck in his future career and thank him for adding to the gaiety of the nation
Sir Bulldog Craggwood

in common with 45% of the populace i just might
Mick McCann

Superstripe wrote:
The Serf of Craggwood wrote:
in common with 45% of the populace i just might


if 45 per cent of the populace vote Tory,  I will lick my own arse


If 45 per cent of the populace vote Tory, I'll lick it for you.
Sir Bulldog Craggwood

   

he's disappeared has young Damian - wanted for a commons select committee 'hearing'
Sir Bulldog Craggwood



Damian and Dolly live on  
Pond Life

Gordon Brown was so angry about emails sent by his former adviser slurring senior Conservatives he could not speak, it was reported.
Mr McBride told the BBC that when he told the PM about the content of the emails, Mr Brown was 'so mortified he couldn't speak'.

Mr McBride added: "I had to tell (Mr Brown) the content of the emails, which was one of the hardest things I've had to do. His reaction was he was so angry and mortified he couldn't speak."


Do you reckon he just stood there with his mouth doing that thing it does?

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