Monthly Archives: May 2011
The noose around Chris Huhne continues to tighten slowly with the news that Police investigating allegations that Huhne got his ex-wife Vicky Price to take speeding penalty points instead of him, have opened channels of communication with the Crown Prosecution Service, though as yet Read the rest of this entry
The slow and agonising death of Chris Huhne’s political career ground inexorably onwards with the news that a few weeks ago ex-wife Vicky Price signed an affidavit stating she took the points on Huhne’s behalf.
The affidavit is in the possession of a Sunday newspaper Read the rest of this entry
The Guardian has truly excelled itself with this story about Chris Huhne, and how if indeeed, he did get his wife to take the fall for his speeding conviction, its perfectly acceptable as according to the Guardian, 1 in 6 speeding convictions in Britain end up with someone other than the driver getting the penalty points.
When speeding is mentioned in relation to Chris Huhne in the Guardian it is a minor offence, nothing serious really, yet the previous day, George
Monbiot Moonbat was tearing into “Petrolheads” for the horrendous crime of speeding.
There is some kind of a double standard in operation here, which is hardly new ground for the Guardian: Read the rest of this entry
Chris Huhne’s future is looking less bright with each passing day, despite an ambigious statement of support from David Cameron who said “I have confidence in all members of the Cabinet”, which is hardly the ringing endorsement that Huhne must have been hoping for.
Support for Huhne from his cabinet colleagues has been virtually non existent and in recent days Huhne has looked an increasigly isolated and beleagured figure.
Now Lib Dems colleagues of Huhne’s are openly questioning if Huhne should stay on in the Cabinet Read the rest of this entry
Chris Huhne can be easily located these days, just look for the increasing hordes of circling vultures in the sky and not far below will be the warming alarmist himself.
At the launch of whatever Climate Scripture Attila the Huhnatic did yesterday, the absence of Cabinet ministers not wishing to pick up the smell of death was quite simply amazing, given that a colleague is fighting for his political life, cabinet ministers were conspicuous by their absence and of the 2 who turned up, they were gone in under 10 minutes.
The pressure on Huhne keeps mounting as police announced that they will speak to Read the rest of this entry
The political death of Chris Huhne is imminent, while he has the “full confidence” of duplicitous munchkin Nick Clegg, David Cameron has distanced himself from Attila the Huhnatic by saying “As for Chris Huhne, he has denied the allegations.” Attila the Huhnatic has been left hanging in the breeze since Cameron’s official spokesman refused to repeat that Huhne had Cameron’s backing.
The “full support” politically of someone who you personally attacked and attempted to dethrone, or Dave distancing himself from Huhne, it is difficult to work out which is more damaging to the beleaguered Climate Change Secretary; amusing to see how far the mighty Huhne has fallen since May 6th with his wind powered leadership bid, the great man proved as useful and as efficient and his beloved wind turbines. Read the rest of this entry
Friday May 6th is going to be an interesting day for Nick Clegg and the Lib Dems, double-barreled defeat staring them in the face as their vote in Local Council elections evaporates and the Yes vote for AV in the referendum on changing our voting system, crashes and burns.
Chris Hunhe has actually taken time off from screwing the energy security of this country to position himself in another bid to lead what will most likely be the smoking remains of the Lib Dem party, in some sort of post May 5th putsch to oust Nick Clegg. Read the rest of this entry