Nice and sleazy does – Every fucking time.

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Right, freshly back from my cup of tea and egg roll, you may be wondering if the fifteen minute break, has put me in a better mood.

Has it fuck!

To be honest, it was never going to work because I had already decided that the following two articles were next on my ‘to do’ list.

Right… Lets do it.

Nick fucking smegg! I’m still waiting for someone to tell me exactly what the fucking thief does for a living… Apart from thiefering off of us. 

Meantime, The Daily Mail informs us that: “Nick Clegg was warned a second senior Lib Dem figure had made unwanted sexual advances to women – but did nothing about it, it was claimed last night”.

There ya fucking go! I told you the creepy cunt does fuck all…  The red is my doing by the way.

“Nice touch Spivey”.

Thank you. One does one’s best.

Not that the corrupt useless jamrag would have done fuck all anyway after being told about this second liberal sex pest –  even if he wasn’t such a lazy ponce… Smegg, not the Liberal sex case… The sex case isn’t lazy. He’s busy being a sex pest.

In fact I can very well imagine that he probably punched the air – not that the scrawny, wimpy bugger would have done any damage.

However, he must have been as happy as fucking Larry to hear that one of his Monsters Ministers had made unwanted sexual advances towards a woman as opposed to the usual tale of one of his Ministers had made unwanted sexual advances towards a child… Fucking nonce cunts.

And, by doing fuck all, he at least proved he’s consistent and good at something.

You have to laugh at the Daily Mail though. Yesterday they were shaking their handbag at Smeggy for trying to gag the ‘free’ press… It should be fucking free. You would have to be a right daft cunt to hand money over to the propaganda rag.

But I digress.

Mind you, I do like slagging the shit news sheet down though. You see, I know for a fact that they read what I have to say… I apparently ‘have it in for them’, for those who don’t know, don’t cha know.

Funnily enough, slagging the useless purveyors of utter nonsense down has cheered me up somewhat. 

Get on with it Spivey for fucks sake

Woops… Sorry… Right! Where was I? Oh yeah.

Anyway, The Daily Mail has accused Smeggy of : “not being ‘straight’ over the Lord Rennard scandal yesterday as he shifted his story yet again”.

Now, an accurate translation of that would be: Smegg, you are a lying cunt.

That in turn begs the question: What kind of boss covers up his Minister’s wandering hand trouble and when he’s caught keeping it under wraps, lies through his fucking teeth about it?

In fact, what kind of Boss half ignores his Ministers wandering hand trouble instead of either calling the Old Bill or giving the cunt with wandering hand trouble a right good kick in the bollocks?

 When you have figured out the answers to those two questions, you then need to go to the nearest mirror and ask yourself why the fuck are you still putting up with these cunts.

I really can’t face another fried egg roll.

Clegg ‘ignored warning of second Lib Dem groper making unwanted sexual advances to women’

  • DPM allegedly received complaint about behaviour of MP Mike Hancock
  • But Clegg did not reply to letter from constituent about Portsmouth MP
  • Complaint said Hancock is ‘liability to women, the public, and your party’

 

Nick Clegg was warned a second senior Lib Dem figure had made unwanted sexual advances to women – but did nothing about it, it was claimed last night.

The Deputy Prime Minister allegedly received a written complaint in March 2011 about the behaviour of Mike Hancock, MP for Portsmouth South, but did not reply.

The letter, from one of his constituents, said the MP ‘cannot be trusted and is a liability to women, the public, and your party’.

Britain's deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg arrives to take part in a phone-in show at a radio station in central London February 27
Portsmouth South MP, Mike Hancock

Claims: Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg (left, pictured yesterday) allegedly received a written complaint in March 2011 about the behaviour of Mike Hancock (right), MP for Portsmouth South, but did not reply

Yet despite this, no investigation was ever held, according to The Spectator magazine.

The letter was received months after Mr Hancock was arrested – but not charged – over allegations that he had made sexual advances on a constituent who had contacted him for help with a noisy neighbour.

The alleged victim is now suing the MP over what she said was a ten-month inappropriate relationship, during which he is accused of placing his hand on her breast, exposing himself and kissing her without consent.

 

 

A Lib Dem spokesman said last night: ‘If we’ve not replied to a letter, that’s not acceptable and we’ll look into why that happened. There was a police investigation into Mike Hancock but no action was subsequently taken.

‘There is currently a civil claim being made and it’s not appropriate to comment further.’

Three years ago Mr Hancock hit the headlines when his 25-year-old researcher was arrested – accused of being a Russian spy.

Previously: It was also revealed that a former councillor, John Thompson, sent a letter to then party leader Paddy Ashdown (pictured in March 1992) expressing concern about Hancock's behaviour in the 1990sPreviously: It was also revealed that a former councillor, John Thompson, sent a letter to then party leader Paddy Ashdown (pictured in March 1992) expressing concern about Hancock’s behaviour in the 1990s

The father of two, 68, has admitted in a court case that he had had ‘a few’ extra-marital affairs and that he had ‘kissed and cuddled’ a teenager.

The Spectator also revealed that a former councillor, John Thompson, sent a letter to then party leader Paddy Ashdown expressing concern about Hancock’s behaviour in the 1990s. No response was received.

‘If we’ve not replied to a letter, that’s not acceptable and we’ll look into why that happened. There was a police investigation into Mike Hancock but no action was subsequently taken’

Lib Dem spokesman

The party is already reeling from claims that the Lib Dem leadership turned a blind eye to allegations of sexual misconduct by former chief executive Lord Rennard.

However, in a remarkable display of confidence, the Lib Dem leader boasted that his party was ‘on the cusp of a great victory’ in Eastleigh, the seat vacated by disgraced former Cabinet Minister Chris Huhne.

On a brief visit to the Hampshire town last night Mr Clegg told activists: ‘We can and we will win.’

His comments came despite signs that the Lib Dem/Tory marginal has turned into a dramatic three horse race following a late Ukip surge.

There are signs that the controversy surrounding the Rennard scandal may persuade some Lib Dem voters to stay at home today.

On the road: Nick Clegg (right) makes a speech during a visit to the party's campaign HQ with Mike Thornton (left), the Lib Dem's prospective parliamentary candidate, in Eastleigh, Hampshire, ahead of the by-electionOn the road: Nick Clegg (right) makes a speech during a visit to the party’s campaign HQ with Mike Thornton (left), the Lib Dem’s prospective parliamentary candidate, in Eastleigh, Hampshire, ahead of the by-election

Defeat for Mr Clegg could hasten his departure as Lib Dem leader. But the consequences of a poor result for the Conservatives are also potentially serious for David Cameron.

Senior Tory David Davis warned that Cameron’s leadership would survive coming second to the Lib Dems but a good Ukip showing was ‘much more likely to have an impact on Tory MPs’.

‘We can and we will win’

Nick Clegg on Eastleigh by-election

Polls earlier in the week gave the Lib Dems a five-point lead over the Conservatives, with Ukip a strong third. But Ukip leader Nigel Farage said the polls had underestimated the late surge from his party.

Mr Farage said his candidate, Diane James, could even win tonight, saying: ‘We have a real possibility of  causing one of the most seismic  by-election results for decades.’

He added: ‘Cameron’s problem is that in this constituency hundreds of traditional Conservative voters have looked at his views on a range of things and decided he is not a Conservative.’

A poor result for Labour in Eastleigh would raise serious questions about its ability to win votes in the south of England.

Groping claims WERE part of reason Lord Rennard was forced out as Lib Dem chief executive in 2009, Clegg admits

  • DPM’s LBC phone-in dominated by questions about handling of sex scandal
  • Clegg insists he only heard of concerns in 2008 and ousted peer in 2009
  • Chief of staff told Rennard: ‘If you’re doing this kind of thing you must stop’
  • Tory minister Michael Fallon accuses Lib Dem party of ‘not being straight’
  • Lord Rennard insists no-one complained about his conduct in 27 years

By JAMES CHAPMAN and MATT CHORLEY, MAILONLINE POLITICAL EDITOR

 

Nick Clegg was accused of not being ‘straight’ over the Lord Rennard scandal yesterday as he shifted his story yet again.

The Deputy Prime Minister said sexual harassment claims against the former Liberal Democrat chief executive had been a factor in his early retirement – ostensibly on health grounds – in 2009.

Mr Clegg said allegations of improper  conduct towards women had been ‘in the background’ when it was decided Lord Rennard would step down, though the party insisted at the time that the only reason was his poor health.

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Hosting his weekly radio phone-in, Nick Clegg was challenged to explain when he first knew of claims about Lord Rennard's 'inappropriate behaviour'Hosting his weekly radio phone-in, Nick Clegg was challenged to explain when he first knew of claims about Lord Rennard’s ‘inappropriate behaviour’

He also confirmed that a former Lib Dem frontbencher, Sandra Gidley, had raised concerns about the peer’s behaviour with him soon after he became leader in 2007, though he insisted she had not raised specific allegations.

At least 10 women are thought to have made allegations that they were molested or pestered by Lord RennardAt least 10 women are thought to have made allegations that they were molested or pestered by Lord Rennard

Mr Clegg’s office initially suggested he knew nothing of claims against Lord Rennard, who categorically denies impropriety, when alleged victims went public last week. Then they admitted he had been aware of rumours, which he had asked his then chief of staff to investigate.

 

 

In an unusually forthright attack for a senior Conservative on their coalition partners, Business Minister Michael Fallon said it was increasingly clear that the Lib Dems had not been ‘straight’ about what they knew.

‘I think one of the reasons the Lib Dems are in trouble is they haven’t really been straight about this. The reason it’s gone on for a week is first they said it wasn’t happening and they only heard it in general terms, now they’ve said they have heard the specific allegations, now they’re saying it was something to do with the reason why Lord Rennard resigned,’ Mr Fallon said.

‘And when this sort of thing happens, I think the lesson is really you’ve got to come clean right at the beginning and get a more independent inquiry and get the facts out there and, when necessary, put it right and that hasn’t happened – this has gone on far too long.’

Alison Smith, a former Lib Dem activist, went public with groping claims against Lord Rennard and has criticised Mr Clegg's attacks on journalist as 'self-appointed detectives'Alison Smith, a former Lib Dem activist, went public with groping claims against Lord Rennard and has criticised Mr Clegg’s attacks on journalist as ‘self-appointed detectives’

Former Labour culture secretary Ben Bradshaw agreed: ‘Clegg seems to be changing the story every time he’s asked.’

But Baroness Williams, one of the most senior Lib Dem women, said the situation had been ‘hopelessly exaggerated’ and insisted Lord Rennard was ‘a very fine man’.

However, she did say that women in Parliament were ‘not treated very fairly’ and said the Commons was a ‘very bullying place, a very masculine culture’.

Mr Clegg himself paid lavish tribute to Lord Rennard when he retired in 2009, declaring: ‘It is impossible to exaggerate Chris’s immense contribution to the Liberal Democrats over the years.’

Pressed on whether the allegations played any part in Lord Rennard’s departure as chief executive, Mr Clegg yesterday told listeners of his weekly phone in show on LBC 97.3: ‘Like any new leader of any organisation or political party, I wanted to make sure that the organisation reflected my priorities, my values.

Mr Clegg has been trailled by reporters since the scandal brokeMr Clegg has been trailled by reporters since the scandal broke

‘I felt it was time for a change at the top of the professional party. His health was poor and that was the immediate reason he left but of course these things were in the background.’

The Deputy Prime Minister also shifted from his indignant response to criticism earlier in the scandal, conceding his party failed to deal properly with complaints of sexual harassment.

‘There were some very serious mistakes and the women were not listened to and were let down,’ Mr Clegg said.

‘I so much believe that it is crucial that you treat people with respect and dignity in everything you do – and that is what I expect of people in the organisation I lead. That, clearly, did not happen here, to put it mildly.’

Mr Clegg also praised journalists who had helped expose the affair, having on Tuesday triggered anger by rounding on ‘people who appear to want to act as self-appointed detectives trying to piece together events that happened many years ago’.

Of the media, he insisted that as a liberal he would ‘defend to my last breath their right to say what they want’.

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 VIDEO  Clegg Tells LBC 97.3 We Made ‘Serious Mistakes’