Friday, 16 October 2009



Tony McNutter, former obedience minister, thug, slag, ponce, resigned in disgrace over sixty grand expenses fiddle, takes an early lead.

Remembrance Sunday is almost a month away. These people are worthless. Up against the wall, motherfuckers


from the Telegrap

The first poppy

Telegraph View: We praise Tony McNulty for wearing a poppy before the week running up to Remembrance Sunday.

Almost 100 years ago, Frederick Delius composed a tone poem, On Hearing the First Cuckoo in Spring. It would take a quirkier musician to be inspired by the first poppy of autumn. In this case, the Tone involved is Tony McNulty, once a minister, yesterday a participant on the BBC's Daily Politics. In the ex‑ministerial lapel nestled a poppy, bloom and leaf.

Not long ago, poppies in memory of the fallen were worn in the week running up to Remembrance Sunday, this year November 8, and retained until Armistice Day. Last year, the first television poppy-sighting was on October 21. Mr McNulty has beaten it by almost a week. If some may mock him for pre-popping his poppy, we praise him for a greater good: contributing to the Royal British Legion and showing that he understands the sacrifices the poppy signifies.

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With God on our side said...

Can't you just picture him buying his poppy and asking for a receipt?

woman on a raft said...

He's not going to start bothering with receipts - he never did before. I can see him nicking a poppy from a wreath left on the war memorial or re-cycling last year's, and then claiming twice the notional donation on exes.

woman on a raft said...

Damn my maths. I don't mean notional - that would be twice times nothing and still come to a big fat zero.

I mean "imaginary" as in twice times an imaginary £22.50 = £45.00 real when he claims it.

Same as his imaginary address.

"Scotland Yard confirmed it was considering a complaint that McNulty may have "obtained pecuniary advantage by deception".

In March, it emerged that McNulty had claimed about £60,000 from Commons allowances since 2002 towards maintaining a house where his parents lived. He was able to receive the money because the property - which he owns - is in his Harrow constituency, just 11 miles from parliament.

The MP lives with his wife in her house three miles from Westminster, but insisted he had not broken any rules because he sometimes did work at the Harrow property. However, he also told the Mail on Sunday in March that he had stopped claiming the second home allowance of up to £24,000 a year, and called for MPs who live within 60 miles of parliament to be banned from getting it".

It is an insult to the dead to see a poppy on his lapel.

call me ishmael said...

An insukt, also, to the living, to see this most wretched and immodest of men, this thieving loudmouthed ponce, this fucking ghastly licensed bully, Hurrahed, for his return to self-promoting visibilty, armed with his poppy, by the assembled cocksuckers on the The Daily Politics.

The Daily Telegraph. touting for business down the British Legion, long ago ceased being able to distinguish between right and wrong.