"Lord" Mandelson of Hartlepool. I wonder what the townsfolk think of that? Perhaps a repeat performance Of the monkey hanging episode would be too much to ask.Then again.......
Just what the fuck do we have a government for? This unelected tosser seems to run the country now....
Is this another round in the Fondlebum -v- Balls-up power game? Fondlebum's boot on Balls's face?
just like to say a big thank you to all the cuntswho voted for labour over the last 3 elections!!!!!!!the party of the people has managed to bankrupt the country and at the same time rewarded themselves with fortunes......they have lots of slogans like social mobility-which are complete fucking jokes ie tony and gordon and badger all got free education -i want to go to college because - i am on the dole as my last company closed down.......£6000 p.aplus train fares up to the smoke£3000add a few more incidentals like feeding myself etc£3000so thats £36,000 i will have to borrow over 3 years.......just love labour helping everyone!perhaps i will just try to become an mp?
Jim Murphy MP, Secretary of State for Scotland.The new Scotland should be a melting pot, embracing long-established immigrant communities from Ireland and Italy, as well as more recent arrivals from the Indian subcontinent and young eastern Europeans. They've changed us for the better and widened our horizons. It is great that these new Scots are contributing here just as Scots contributed abroad. Yet there is also a darker side. In the recent European elections the BNP got a higher share of the vote than the proportion of ethnic minorities in Scotland. Sometimes Scotland appears complacent about the BNP. There is no reason to be.The expansion of the European Union, which was wholeheartedly backed by the British Government, immediately gave us a broader workforce to draw from. But the former First Minister Jack McConnell knew that even more needed to be done for Scotland to draw on an even wider pool of talent. That's why he initiated the Fresh Talent scheme, the British Government's visionary visa deal, to encourage overseas students to stay, work and prosper in Scotland after graduation.
Below is an FOI request to Birmingham Council made in December of last year.Our Ref: FOI 25654th December 2008Email response to Ms J HavernDear Ms HavernFreedom of Information Act 2000 – Request for InformationI am writing in respect of your recent enquiry for information held by the Authority under the provisions of the Freedom of Information Act 2000. Please find herewith the following:Request1. Please inform me of the amount Birmingham City Council has paid to Common Purpose by way of subscription or affiliation fees or other payments for each calendar year since 1 January 2000 (excluding for courses, see next question).2. Please inform me of all Common Purpose courses, seminars, conferences etc. which council staff or Councillors have attended since 1 January 2000, in each case giving:a) the title of the courseb) the cost - including staff travelling, overnight and other expense allowancesc) the names and/or job titles of the staff who attended.ResponsePayments made:Financial Year 2008 - 9: £6139.38Financial Year 2007-8: £4964.38Financial Year 2006-7: £13101.25Financial Year 2005-6: £3348.75Financial Year 2004-5: £12901.50Financial Year 2003-4: No Record of payments made.Financial Year 2002-3: No Record of payments made.We are unable to provide information relating to payments prior 2002. In relation to providing information relating to names and other expenses we would need to carry out a manual search through all the invoices, as this information is not recorded against our financial system records. We have estimated that it will cost more than the appropriate limit to consider your request fully. The appropriate limit specified in the regulations is £450.00. This represents the estimated cost of one person spending 18 hours in determining whether the department holds the information, locating, retrieving and extracting the information. Consequently, the Council is not obliged by the Freedom of Information Act 2000 to respond to your request.If you are not satisfied with the response you may ask for an internal review. If subsequently you are not satisfied with the Council’s decision you may apply to the Information Commissioner for a decision. Generally, the ICO cannot make a decision unless you have exhausted the complaints procedure provided by the Council. The Information Commissioner can be contacted at the following address:The Information CommissionerWycliffe HouseWater LaneWilmslowCheshireSK9 5AFTelephone: 01625 545745Web Address: www.ico.gov.ukYours sincerelyCorporate Information Governance Officer
"Common Purpose" has been the backdoor by which the communists in sheeps clothing have insinuated the virus of Marx and Lenin. The connection to The Frankfurt School is obvious; everything promulgated by this insidious organisation stinks of Lukacs, Marcuse and Co. http://www.stopcp.com/ A very good site for your attention. This is a long and in depth precis of The School, and you will see in it the seeds of Common Purpose. http://tinyurl.com/lkbrg6
"..................He Is In Charge Of Universities As Well"It is a shorter list of those committees upon which our dear President does not sit.
where has democracy gone ? this (erm, yet another) unelected cunt seems to be running the country. Thanks Gordon, you mong.
Fausty said..."Is this another round in the Fondlebum -v- Balls-up power game? Fondlebum's boot on Balls's face?"Dear FaustyIndeed it is...For all those who have not yet gorged on my magnificent ejaculations, I wrote about how I am using the blinky bastard for my own ends. Read all about it here: http://lordofmarrakech.blogspot.com/2009/07/ed-balls-opening-door-for-me.html#commentsWV: reari - I shit you not (knot?)
Jesus Christ! As others have said, is their nothing that this odious little man is not poking something into?We are in a virtual dictatorship surely.
you just wonder if peter mandelson would be replacement figure that voters could warm to ?what would he do differently other than present ruinomics in better format. Labour left were signalling gordon my have to go .bit a side show really , the wonk ideaology cannot work and mandelson would need to make one hell of an appology .Ime only for unconditional surrender after this farce.signed confession by every labour cabinet member(past or present)"I have inflicted wonk ideaology on the zombies I have cultured , and ruined the economy for at least 10 years, I am willing to accept whatever punishment the public wish to see as justice for the sufferings I have inflicted "
He is Damien out of the Omen, and I claim my £5.
could be john in cheshireanagram of Damien Thornemandi throne he (one for yoda)
Why are the media not in uproar about this man and his power?.....hmmmmm let me think
Anonymous: 18.10 posts: This is a long and in depth precis. Nice which is it then? a precis or long and in depth. Idiot.
Warsteiner,Mud in the blood,There have been Lord Ministers for a long time. Mandlebum being unelected is not really a problem.(Though his naked allegiance to the EU is) Parliament being unwilling (through idleness and a low calibre of MP) to hold anyone in the Government to account is a problem.Mandlebum can be as unelected as you like. Hell even the entire cabinet could be appointed by the Queen without much of problem - so long as the power to restrain Government remains with Parliament and our elected representatives. In a perverse sense a fully appointed cabinet ought to give Parliament a freer hand to hold Gov. to account as there would be far less shits in Parliament in the pay of Government.(Currently 140+ IIRC) Even if we had a fully elected cabinet Parliament no longer doing it's job for whatever reasons (and there are loads) is the most serious problem. Parliament has accepted the spreading of authority so thinly across so many mandarins and quangocracts that no clear lines of accountability exist today. They could repatriate their authority in an instant but for expendiency choose not to. By spreading power across so many people (unelected or not) the MPs are insulated from the consequences to a good degree.
I turned on the British Bullshit Corporation's News Channel (seemingly it's no longer called News24, hasn't been for over a year?) expecting to see...er...news, silly me! All I got was Mandelbrot spouting off shit for around twenty minutes. Has anyone else noticed that a lot of airtime is given over to the Labourati?BTW I live a bus ride away from Hartlepuddle and it aint pretty.
Gareth said... total bollocks.The fact that he is unelected is a problem and the fact that it has been this way for however long does not make it any less of a problem, it undermines democracy.If an MP scews up he still has to go to his constituents to get realected, there is at least some PERSONAL accountability there.If a gioverment is on it's last legs then it may chose to do what it pleases, however a sitting MP may decide to side with his constituents in order to save his own skin.If you cannot see this as a problem then you are either a moron or a Mandy bot.
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