Saturday, 13 June 2009

Brown to stay as Pm

Well, after all the debauchery of the MP's expenses and the potential for something beneficial to actually happen in this forsaken country for once you would of thought the least we could do was get rid of the scum behind it all.

it appears we're that rotten to the core.

not only were the MP's who spoke at that fateful meeting handpicked as Pro-Brown so as to qwell further dissent, if you get rid of a leader who is idley casting a blind eye to the Benefit Fraud that you are commiting then the new-leader has the potential and Moral Duty to fire you all. So how can you best go about saving your hide and getting away with an 'apology'? well the answer would be to keep your corrupted leader in charge.
He didn't 'reshuffle' his cabinet as promised, he reshuffled the lower levels, leaving the criminals on top and even re-hiring disgraced ones to new positions.
As far as i am concerned, if you commit fraud in any shape or form you should face a magistrate, not get away with a FAKE apology.

seriously, what the fuck.

No Hope left for Grey Britain.

A list of some of the pigs;

Gerry Adams and four other Sinn Fein MPs claimed more than £500,000 over five years even though they refuse to attend Parliament

Vera Baird claimed the cost of Christmas tree decorations

Margaret Beckett made a £600 claim for hanging baskets and pot plants

Liz Blackman went on last-minute shopping sprees before the end of each financial year, in an apparent attempt to make sure she claimed as close to maximum expenses as possible

Kevin Brennan had a £450 television delivered to his family home in Cardiff even though he reclaimed the money back on his London second home allowance

Menzies Campbell hired a top interior designer to refurbish his small flat in central London at taxpayers’ expense. He will repay the £1,490.66 cost of an interior designer

Ronnie Campbell claimed a total of £87,729 for furniture for his London flat

Kenneth Clarke managed to avoid paying the full rate of council tax on either of his two homes by effectively claiming that neither is his main residence. He has agreed to pay the full rate in future but defended his past behaviour

Tam Dalyell attempted to claim £18,000 for bookcases two months before he retired as an MP

Andrew George used parliamentary expenses for a London flat used by his student daughter. He also claimed hundreds of pounds for hotel stays with his wife. He has said he will repay £20 for a hotel breakfast

Chris Grayling claimed for a London flat even though his constituency home is only 17 miles from the House of Commons. He has agreed to stop doing so

Alan Haselhurst charged the taxpayer almost £12,000 for gardening bills at his farmhouse in Essex, his expenses claims show.

David Heathcoat-Amory’s gardener used hundreds of sacks of horse manure and the MP submitted the receipts to Parliament

Nick Herbert charged taxpayers more than £10,000 for stamp duty and fees when he and his partner bought a home together in his constituency

Douglas Hogg included with his expenses claims the cost of having the moat cleared, piano tuned and stable lights fixed at his country manor house. He has agreed to repay £2,200 for the moat clearing

Geoff Hoon established a property empire worth £1.7 million after claiming taxpayer-funded expenses for at least two properties

Chris Huhne regularly submits receipts for bus tickets and groceries including pints of milk, fluffy dusters, lavatory rolls and chocolate HobNobs. He has promised to pay back £119 for a trouser press

Fraser Kemp made repeat purchases of household items over the space of several weeks.

Michael Spicer claimed for work on his helipad and received thousands of pounds for gardening bills.

Anthony Steen claimed £87,000 on country mansion with 500 trees

Jack Straw only paid half the amount of council tax that he claimed on his parliamentary allowances over four years but later rectified the over-claim

Robert Syms claimed more than £2,000 worth of furniture on expenses for his designated second home in London, but had it all delivered to his parents’ address in Wiltshire

Ed Vaizey had £2,000 worth of furniture delivered to his London home when he was claiming his Commons allowance on a second home in Oxfordshire.

Keith Vaz claimed £75,500 for a second flat near Parliament even though he already lived just 12 miles from Westminster

Theresa Villiers claimed almost £16,000 in stamp duty and professional fees on expenses when she bought a London flat, even though she already had a house in the capital. She has agreed to stop claiming the second home allowance

Tom Watson and Iain Wright spent £100,000 of taxpayers' money on the London flat they once shared

Derek Wyatt billed 75p for scotch eggs

Richard Younger-Ross spent £1,235 on four mirrors and bought 'Don Juan’ bookcase