MP's wife Anne Jenkin gets seat in House of Lords

Anne Jenkin with husband Bernard

Anne Jenkin with husband Bernard

First published in News by

ANNE Jenkin has been given a seat in the House of Lords.

The wife of Tory North Essex MP Bernard Jenkin was made a peer because of her charitable and political work for the Conservative Party.

While she is not giving any media interviews about receiving the title, her husband spoke of his delight at the news.

Mr Jenkin said: “I’m absolutely thrilled for her. It’s a great honour and I’m sure she will give it her all.”

The exact wording of her title has not been made public yet, and it is not known when she will take up her position.

She follows in the footsteps of a formidable political family with strong links to the House of Lords.

Her grandfather JCC Davidson was a peer in the Twenties and his wife, Mrs Jenkin’s grandmother, was Lady Mimi Davidson.

Lady Davidson was the only Tory woman elected as an MP in 1945, and subsequently was made a peer a few years later.

Mrs Jenkin’s other grandfather, Lord Rayleigh, held a hereditary title dating back to the 18th century. Her younger brother uses the title Lord Rayleigh but does not sit in the House of Lords since hereditary peerages were abolished.

She will sit in the House of Lords alongside her father-in-law Lord Jenkin of Roding.

Mrs Jenkin’s political work for the Conservatives has included co-founding Women2Win, a campaign to get more women Conservatives into Parliament.

Described by the Guardian newspaper as a “Tory mover and shaker in her own right”, Mrs Jenkin has raised hundreds of thousands of pounds for charities, including the Student Partnership Worldwide.

Others to be given seats in the House of Lords include Oona King, head of diversity at Channel 4 Television and former Labour MP; family law lawyer Fiona Shackleton, who has represented Sir Paul McCartney and members of the Royal Family, and Ray Collins, general secretary of the Labour Party.

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2:35pm Tue 23 Nov 10

micksmercs says...

What a couple of parasites.
What a couple of parasites. micksmercs
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3:07pm Tue 23 Nov 10

snoswad says...

nice picture anne and berne.
have a bit of decorum "micksmercs"
by your mail name it looks as if the pot could be calling the kettle black.
nice picture anne and berne. have a bit of decorum "micksmercs" by your mail name it looks as if the pot could be calling the kettle black. snoswad
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6:13pm Tue 23 Nov 10

bsidethecside says...

Where are the earlier comments made on this story? What double standards the Gazette shows when it comes to having your say on stories like this.

Look at stories about people on benefits complaining to the council, or the poor lady who contracted HIV, and the general public are allowed to be as personal and nasty as they like about them.

Criticise this pair, on the other hand, and your comments are wiped off without a second thought!
Where are the earlier comments made on this story? What double standards the Gazette shows when it comes to having your say on stories like this. Look at stories about people on benefits complaining to the council, or the poor lady who contracted HIV, and the general public are allowed to be as personal and nasty as they like about them. Criticise this pair, on the other hand, and your comments are wiped off without a second thought! bsidethecside
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8:26pm Tue 23 Nov 10

6079 Smith W says...

Yeah, where has my comment gone? All I said was:-
'Jobs for the boys (and girls) - so long as you went to the right school.'
Is that really so offensive? Will it really be removed again?
Yeah, where has my comment gone? All I said was:- 'Jobs for the boys (and girls) - so long as you went to the right school.' Is that really so offensive? Will it really be removed again? 6079 Smith W
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9:02pm Tue 23 Nov 10

Cleggeron says...

The fact that she's not giving interviews says it all - even she can see the embarassment factor. Maybe it was compensation for having to move out of one of her homes because hubby was claiming for it incorrectly.... Must have been such an upheaval.
The fact that she's not giving interviews says it all - even she can see the embarassment factor. Maybe it was compensation for having to move out of one of her homes because hubby was claiming for it incorrectly.... Must have been such an upheaval. Cleggeron
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11:24pm Tue 23 Nov 10

Boris says...

Yes, they deleted my comment too. All I said was that they have no shame - a statement of the bleeding obvious.
Anyway now I've repeated it, let's see how long it lasts this time.
Probably some Tory has been moaning by clicking on "report this post".
Yes, they deleted my comment too. All I said was that they have no shame - a statement of the bleeding obvious. Anyway now I've repeated it, let's see how long it lasts this time. Probably some Tory has been moaning by clicking on "report this post". Boris
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10:39am Wed 24 Nov 10

Say It As It Is OK? says...

My comments were also removed! Comments that were not abusive but amazingly they happened to broadly agree with Citizen Smith and Boris....That must be a first! Maybe that was why all the posts were removed, too much for the Gazette to handle!

All I said was the Jenkins have milked the system for what they can get out and evidence suggests neither put much back.

I also said many peerages, like the ones announced in this report, only confirms all the major political groups support appointments to our "upper" house to be nothing more than politically correct appointments.

The majority of Peers are a drain on the country's resources.
My comments were also removed! Comments that were not abusive but amazingly they happened to broadly agree with Citizen Smith and Boris....That must be a first! Maybe that was why all the posts were removed, too much for the Gazette to handle! All I said was the Jenkins have milked the system for what they can get out and evidence suggests neither put much back. I also said many peerages, like the ones announced in this report, only confirms all the major political groups support appointments to our "upper" house to be nothing more than politically correct appointments. The majority of Peers are a drain on the country's resources. Say It As It Is OK?
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11:28am Wed 24 Nov 10

Checkout says...

And the wages of sin are - promotion! A pity it wasn't Bernard though, then we could have called him the robber baron.
And the wages of sin are - promotion! A pity it wasn't Bernard though, then we could have called him the robber baron. Checkout
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4:41pm Wed 24 Nov 10

Sdapeze says...

An excellent appointment for the wife of my MP. She will bring a bit of balance to the upper house and I am sure she will do an excellent job. The miserable contributions from the lefties on this site are only to be expected. There is little chance of them contributing anything much to the running of this country - thankfully!
An excellent appointment for the wife of my MP. She will bring a bit of balance to the upper house and I am sure she will do an excellent job. The miserable contributions from the lefties on this site are only to be expected. There is little chance of them contributing anything much to the running of this country - thankfully! Sdapeze
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4:49pm Wed 24 Nov 10

Checkout says...

Forgotten to take your medication again Sdapeze?
I sometimes think that you might benefit from a closer acquaintance with reality.
Forgotten to take your medication again Sdapeze? I sometimes think that you might benefit from a closer acquaintance with reality. Checkout
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5:17pm Wed 24 Nov 10

Wat Tyler says...

A couple of days ago a policeman was jailed for fiddling £2,000 of expenses.

Mr Jenkin fiddled over £30,000, was told he was a naughty boy, and got daddy-in-law to pay it back.

Now his wife has been made a peer! This sums up all that is rotten about our political system.
A couple of days ago a policeman was jailed for fiddling £2,000 of expenses. Mr Jenkin fiddled over £30,000, was told he was a naughty boy, and got daddy-in-law to pay it back. Now his wife has been made a peer! This sums up all that is rotten about our political system. Wat Tyler
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7:59pm Wed 24 Nov 10

6079 Smith W says...

Sdapeze wrote:
An excellent appointment for the wife of my MP. She will bring a bit of balance to the upper house and I am sure she will do an excellent job. The miserable contributions from the lefties on this site are only to be expected. There is little chance of them contributing anything much to the running of this country - thankfully!
Say It As It is a 'leftie'?! Perhaps we needn't mourn the passing of Cameron Blunt so much. Who needs a parody when we have the real thing - thanks to sdapeze!
[quote][p][bold]Sdapeze[/bold] wrote: An excellent appointment for the wife of my MP. She will bring a bit of balance to the upper house and I am sure she will do an excellent job. The miserable contributions from the lefties on this site are only to be expected. There is little chance of them contributing anything much to the running of this country - thankfully![/p][/quote]Say It As It is a 'leftie'?! Perhaps we needn't mourn the passing of Cameron Blunt so much. Who needs a parody when we have the real thing - thanks to sdapeze! 6079 Smith W
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11:55pm Wed 24 Nov 10

e8joe says...

Bring back hereditry peers!, better than this shower
Bring back hereditry peers!, better than this shower e8joe
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12:53am Thu 25 Nov 10

Boris says...

Sdapeze used constantly to criticise Bernard Jenkin and his expenses. Now he supports him.
But Sdapeze also regularly demands a traffic-free High Street, and as soon as the police close it to traffic for the students' protest, he moans about it.
As ever, he is a flibbertigibbet - someone not to be taken seriously.
Sdapeze used constantly to criticise Bernard Jenkin and his expenses. Now he supports him. But Sdapeze also regularly demands a traffic-free High Street, and as soon as the police close it to traffic for the students' protest, he moans about it. As ever, he is a flibbertigibbet - someone not to be taken seriously. Boris
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9:10am Thu 25 Nov 10

Say It As It Is OK? says...

6079 Smith W wrote:
Sdapeze wrote:
An excellent appointment for the wife of my MP. She will bring a bit of balance to the upper house and I am sure she will do an excellent job. The miserable contributions from the lefties on this site are only to be expected. There is little chance of them contributing anything much to the running of this country - thankfully!
Say It As It is a 'leftie'?! Perhaps we needn't mourn the passing of Cameron Blunt so much. Who needs a parody when we have the real thing - thanks to sdapeze!
I understand the funeral's on Friday and the reincarnation is Monday!, that is providing the students have left the High Street by then!
[quote][p][bold]6079 Smith W[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Sdapeze[/bold] wrote: An excellent appointment for the wife of my MP. She will bring a bit of balance to the upper house and I am sure she will do an excellent job. The miserable contributions from the lefties on this site are only to be expected. There is little chance of them contributing anything much to the running of this country - thankfully![/p][/quote]Say It As It is a 'leftie'?! Perhaps we needn't mourn the passing of Cameron Blunt so much. Who needs a parody when we have the real thing - thanks to sdapeze![/p][/quote]I understand the funeral's on Friday and the reincarnation is Monday!, that is providing the students have left the High Street by then! Say It As It Is OK?
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9:16am Thu 25 Nov 10

Sdapeze says...

Of course, Mr Jenkin did not fiddle his expenses. Otherwise he would have been in the dock with the Labour MPs who did fiddle their expenses. All MPs get expenses. They could not function properly without them. But, of course, the lefties keep bringing this out as their own shabby piece of propaganda. As the Bible advises, don't criticise the mote in someone else's eye and ignore the beam in your own.
Of course, Mr Jenkin did not fiddle his expenses. Otherwise he would have been in the dock with the Labour MPs who did fiddle their expenses. All MPs get expenses. They could not function properly without them. But, of course, the lefties keep bringing this out as their own shabby piece of propaganda. As the Bible advises, don't criticise the mote in someone else's eye and ignore the beam in your own. Sdapeze
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10:49am Thu 25 Nov 10

Say It As It Is OK? says...

Sdapeze wrote:
Of course, Mr Jenkin did not fiddle his expenses. Otherwise he would have been in the dock with the Labour MPs who did fiddle their expenses. All MPs get expenses. They could not function properly without them. But, of course, the lefties keep bringing this out as their own shabby piece of propaganda. As the Bible advises, don't criticise the mote in someone else's eye and ignore the beam in your own.
Bernard certainly tried though with claiming for rent on a second home owned by family members! I think you will find after he was reminded of the error? (or when he was caught out) he agreed to repay....All just a terrible mistake!

The expenses fiddle was carried out by most MPs, some to a lesser degree than others and all political groups were involved. Few were whiter than white but it is what we have come to expect......Anyone seen that lobbyist with the brown envelope?
[quote][p][bold]Sdapeze[/bold] wrote: Of course, Mr Jenkin did not fiddle his expenses. Otherwise he would have been in the dock with the Labour MPs who did fiddle their expenses. All MPs get expenses. They could not function properly without them. But, of course, the lefties keep bringing this out as their own shabby piece of propaganda. As the Bible advises, don't criticise the mote in someone else's eye and ignore the beam in your own.[/p][/quote]Bernard certainly tried though with claiming for rent on a second home owned by family members! I think you will find after he was reminded of the error? (or when he was caught out) he agreed to repay....All just a terrible mistake! The expenses fiddle was carried out by most MPs, some to a lesser degree than others and all political groups were involved. Few were whiter than white but it is what we have come to expect......Anyone seen that lobbyist with the brown envelope? Say It As It Is OK?
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10:58am Thu 25 Nov 10

Wat Tyler says...

Of course Mr Jenkin fiddled his expenses! From 2006 MPs were not allowed to pay rent to family members, despite this he continued to do so. He therefore claimed expenses that he wasn’t entitled to claim. He was ordered to repay £36,250, if he was entitled to this amount, he wouldn’t have had to repay it.

He also seems to have an extremely poor grasp of geography, his ‘main’ home is in London according to his expenses claims. His ‘constituency’ home is in Hatfield Peverel, not in the constituency at all. He does in fact own a house in the constituency which he rents out. His election leaflet at the last election claimed he lived in ‘North Essex’. If he lives in London as he claims, then this is not in North Essex. If he lives in Hatfield Peverel, then this is not exactly North Essex either.
Of course Mr Jenkin fiddled his expenses! From 2006 MPs were not allowed to pay rent to family members, despite this he continued to do so. He therefore claimed expenses that he wasn’t entitled to claim. He was ordered to repay £36,250, if he was entitled to this amount, he wouldn’t have had to repay it. He also seems to have an extremely poor grasp of geography, his ‘main’ home is in London according to his expenses claims. His ‘constituency’ home is in Hatfield Peverel, not in the constituency at all. He does in fact own a house in the constituency which he rents out. His election leaflet at the last election claimed he lived in ‘North Essex’. If he lives in London as he claims, then this is not in North Essex. If he lives in Hatfield Peverel, then this is not exactly North Essex either. Wat Tyler
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1:41pm Thu 25 Nov 10

Sdapeze says...

A dripping tap Wat. If there was any fiddling he would have been charged. You can put whatever distorted slant on it for your own pathetic political attempt at back stabbing. There was no case to answer. Look to your own. How about standing for parliament yourself?
A dripping tap Wat. If there was any fiddling he would have been charged. You can put whatever distorted slant on it for your own pathetic political attempt at back stabbing. There was no case to answer. Look to your own. How about standing for parliament yourself? Sdapeze
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8:59pm Thu 25 Nov 10

The Colchester Popular Front says...

Say It As It Is OK? wrote:
6079 Smith W wrote:
Sdapeze wrote:
An excellent appointment for the wife of my MP. She will bring a bit of balance to the upper house and I am sure she will do an excellent job. The miserable contributions from the lefties on this site are only to be expected. There is little chance of them contributing anything much to the running of this country - thankfully!
Say It As It is a 'leftie'?! Perhaps we needn't mourn the passing of Cameron Blunt so much. Who needs a parody when we have the real thing - thanks to sdapeze!
I understand the funeral's on Friday and the reincarnation is Monday!, that is providing the students have left the High Street by then!
POWER TO THE PEOPLE
*
Comrades,
The Colchester Popular Front has proof that Sir Cameron Blunt is not dead. The pseudonym known as 'Romantic' is partly right (ref: 'cuts to school sports'), but the faked death is actually part of the Goldman Sachs scam which involved bundling bad debts and selling them off to insurance and other investment schemes. Insurance and pension funds lost billions, but Sir Cameron Blunt's Goldman Sachs made huge profits. In fact, we have strong evidence that Sir Cameron Blunt is now masquerading as sdapeze. The comments are identical.
As a response to the recession these bankers caused, the Colchester Popular Front declares next Tuesday, coinciding with the second student day of action, to be a General Strike. An inevitable consequence of the general strike will be the workers and the students seizing control of the means of capitalistic production from Cameron Blunt and his cronies, and establishing the Colchester Commune as the first stage of international proletariat revolution.
In Solidarity,
The Colchester Popular Front.
ONE SOLUTION
REVOLUTION
GENERAL STRIKE NOW
[quote][p][bold]Say It As It Is OK?[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]6079 Smith W[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Sdapeze[/bold] wrote: An excellent appointment for the wife of my MP. She will bring a bit of balance to the upper house and I am sure she will do an excellent job. The miserable contributions from the lefties on this site are only to be expected. There is little chance of them contributing anything much to the running of this country - thankfully![/p][/quote]Say It As It is a 'leftie'?! Perhaps we needn't mourn the passing of Cameron Blunt so much. Who needs a parody when we have the real thing - thanks to sdapeze![/p][/quote]I understand the funeral's on Friday and the reincarnation is Monday!, that is providing the students have left the High Street by then![/p][/quote]POWER TO THE PEOPLE * Comrades, The Colchester Popular Front has proof that Sir Cameron Blunt is not dead. The pseudonym known as 'Romantic' is partly right (ref: 'cuts to school sports'), but the faked death is actually part of the Goldman Sachs scam which involved bundling bad debts and selling them off to insurance and other investment schemes. Insurance and pension funds lost billions, but Sir Cameron Blunt's Goldman Sachs made huge profits. In fact, we have strong evidence that Sir Cameron Blunt is now masquerading as sdapeze. The comments are identical. As a response to the recession these bankers caused, the Colchester Popular Front declares next Tuesday, coinciding with the second student day of action, to be a General Strike. An inevitable consequence of the general strike will be the workers and the students seizing control of the means of capitalistic production from Cameron Blunt and his cronies, and establishing the Colchester Commune as the first stage of international proletariat revolution. In Solidarity, The Colchester Popular Front. ONE SOLUTION REVOLUTION GENERAL STRIKE NOW The Colchester Popular Front
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9:24pm Thu 25 Nov 10

The Colchester Popular Front says...

POWER TO THE PEOPLE
*
Comrades,
The Colchester Popular Front is pleased to announce that next Wednesday, Thursday and Friday will be public holidays. With the weekend, this will allow five days of celebrations with many expressions of proletarian love. As a culmination of these celebrations, Bernard and Ann Jenkin, and Sir Cameron Blunt (also known as sdapeze) will be shot behind the Castle at 6pm sharp. This follows the example of England's glorious revolutionaries of 1649. To follow this will be a grand firework display. Like everything else in the Colchester Commune, admission will be free.
However, the CPF must ask everybody to remember that the real work will commence the following Monday.
In Solidarity,
The Colchester Popular Front.
ONE SOLUTION
REVOLUTION
GENERAL STRIKE NOW
POWER TO THE PEOPLE * Comrades, The Colchester Popular Front is pleased to announce that next Wednesday, Thursday and Friday will be public holidays. With the weekend, this will allow five days of celebrations with many expressions of proletarian love. As a culmination of these celebrations, Bernard and Ann Jenkin, and Sir Cameron Blunt (also known as sdapeze) will be shot behind the Castle at 6pm sharp. This follows the example of England's glorious revolutionaries of 1649. To follow this will be a grand firework display. Like everything else in the Colchester Commune, admission will be free. However, the CPF must ask everybody to remember that the real work will commence the following Monday. In Solidarity, The Colchester Popular Front. ONE SOLUTION REVOLUTION GENERAL STRIKE NOW The Colchester Popular Front
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12:17am Fri 26 Nov 10

Boris says...

Sdapeze, you know very well that there is a world of difference between "fiddling" and committing a criminal offence. The great majority of MPs were on the fiddle, and certainly Jenkin was one of those. The very fact that he had to repay a large amount of money proves that he had not been entitled to that money.
Luckily for him, it was decided to prosecute only the most egregious offenders, and let the rest of them off with orders to repay their ill-gotten gains.
You hobnob with Jenkin if you like, after all birds of a feather flock together. The rest of us know that the man claimed for expenses that he was not entitled to, so we would not dream of consorting with him.
Sdapeze, you know very well that there is a world of difference between "fiddling" and committing a criminal offence. The great majority of MPs were on the fiddle, and certainly Jenkin was one of those. The very fact that he had to repay a large amount of money proves that he had not been entitled to that money. Luckily for him, it was decided to prosecute only the most egregious offenders, and let the rest of them off with orders to repay their ill-gotten gains. You hobnob with Jenkin if you like, after all birds of a feather flock together. The rest of us know that the man claimed for expenses that he was not entitled to, so we would not dream of consorting with him. Boris
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12:40pm Fri 26 Nov 10

snoswad says...

i think a lot of the comments were wiped to leave space.verble diarrhorea or what.why rudley abuse a couple just for being privileged.
i think a lot of the comments were wiped to leave space.verble diarrhorea or what.why rudley abuse a couple just for being privileged. snoswad
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1:57pm Fri 26 Nov 10

Wat Tyler says...

Snoswad, I like a good word puzzle, but I think I’ve got the answer

“I think a lot of the comments were wiped to leave space; verbal diarrhoea or what? Why rudely abuse a couple just for being privileged?”

No-one is abusing them because they are “privileged”. Bernard Jenkin was caught with his fingers in the till, if that had been anyone else they could have faced jail for fraud/ false representation/obtai
ning a pecuniary advantage by deception (take your pick). His defence was that he was unaware of the rule change. Ignorance of the law is not a defence in this country, but he managed to get away with it.

Despite all of this, his wife gets a tax-free £300 a day job in the House of Lords. Therefore in 120 days she can repay daddy for the money that her husband was forced to repay.
Snoswad, I like a good word puzzle, but I think I’ve got the answer “I think a lot of the comments were wiped to leave space; verbal diarrhoea or what? Why rudely abuse a couple just for being privileged?” No-one is abusing them because they are “privileged”. Bernard Jenkin was caught with his fingers in the till, if that had been anyone else they could have faced jail for fraud/ false representation/obtai ning a pecuniary advantage by deception (take your pick). His defence was that he was unaware of the rule change. Ignorance of the law is not a defence in this country, but he managed to get away with it. Despite all of this, his wife gets a tax-free £300 a day job in the House of Lords. Therefore in 120 days she can repay daddy for the money that her husband was forced to repay. Wat Tyler
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12:30am Sat 27 Nov 10

Sdapeze says...

I once applied to become a Lord. Tony Blair made it clear that anybody could apply. So I filled out all the paperwork; gave details of my past, my reasons for wanting to become a Lord, my CV in general. I photocopied it all for posterity and occasionally come across it when browsing my papers. Who got the lordship? One of Tony's cronies that's who! The fact is that it would have caused me serious personal hardship as I had a mortgage and a family to support and there was no pay for being a Lord. But I did it because I care about my country. Stupid prat! Still. I have the letter of rejection that I shall pass down through the family. The thing is, we live in the best place in the world. I would not change it for the world - corruption and cronyism and nepotism and all! That is the way it is.
I once applied to become a Lord. Tony Blair made it clear that anybody could apply. So I filled out all the paperwork; gave details of my past, my reasons for wanting to become a Lord, my CV in general. I photocopied it all for posterity and occasionally come across it when browsing my papers. Who got the lordship? One of Tony's cronies that's who! The fact is that it would have caused me serious personal hardship as I had a mortgage and a family to support and there was no pay for being a Lord. But I did it because I care about my country. Stupid prat! Still. I have the letter of rejection that I shall pass down through the family. The thing is, we live in the best place in the world. I would not change it for the world - corruption and cronyism and nepotism and all! That is the way it is. Sdapeze
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1:56pm Sat 27 Nov 10

Checkout says...

Delusional too!
Delusional too! Checkout
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11:27pm Sat 27 Nov 10

Boris says...

Sdapeze, you could have collected £300 a day tax free for being a Lord, just for turning up in parliament, no need to stay for the debates. So you could have fitted it in quite well with running your business. What a pity that you gave up so soon.
Perhaps the real reason they turned you down was that you had failed to hand over £2 million to the party in government. You must not skimp on these matters.
Sdapeze, you could have collected £300 a day tax free for being a Lord, just for turning up in parliament, no need to stay for the debates. So you could have fitted it in quite well with running your business. What a pity that you gave up so soon. Perhaps the real reason they turned you down was that you had failed to hand over £2 million to the party in government. You must not skimp on these matters. Boris
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11:54am Sun 28 Nov 10

The Colchester Popular Front says...

POWER TO THE PEOPLE
Comrades,
We must issue an earnest and important warning to the workers and the students regarding any comments made by Boris, Nora, Romantic, Say It As It Is OK, Smith W, Snoswad, and others, who claim to be some sort of voice for the left on this site. However, all you will here from these pseudonyms is reformism. How to make capitalism a bit nicer, talk of a 'democratic deficit' which leaves capitalism as a 'runaway train', calls for 'higher taxes', 'noble, peaceful, civil disobedience sit-downs' - these are the words of reactionary petty-bourgeois deviationist swine. Do not betray your fellow worker and students and listen to these class enemies. This lesson will be vitally important during the coming history changing days as we establish the Colchester Commune. The present system cannot be reformed, it must be smashed entirely through international workers' revolution. This is not the time for sound bites, but the hand of history is truly on the shoulder of the international proletariat.
However, we have wise, kind and generous leadership, and we look forward to the presence of the reactionary petty bourgeois deviationist swine at the aristocratic and bourgeois re-education camp that will be opening at 6am sharp on Wednesday morning. Obviously these swine do not have to attend, but they will of course be shot if they do not.
In glorious love and solidarity,
The Colchester Popular Front (Marxist/Leninist).
ONE SOLUTION
REVOLUTION
GENERAL STRIKE NOW
POWER TO THE PEOPLE Comrades, We must issue an earnest and important warning to the workers and the students regarding any comments made by Boris, Nora, Romantic, Say It As It Is OK, Smith W, Snoswad, and others, who claim to be some sort of voice for the left on this site. However, all you will here from these pseudonyms is reformism. How to make capitalism a bit nicer, talk of a 'democratic deficit' which leaves capitalism as a 'runaway train', calls for 'higher taxes', 'noble, peaceful, civil disobedience sit-downs' - these are the words of reactionary petty-bourgeois deviationist swine. Do not betray your fellow worker and students and listen to these class enemies. This lesson will be vitally important during the coming history changing days as we establish the Colchester Commune. The present system cannot be reformed, it must be smashed entirely through international workers' revolution. This is not the time for sound bites, but the hand of history is truly on the shoulder of the international proletariat. However, we have wise, kind and generous leadership, and we look forward to the presence of the reactionary petty bourgeois deviationist swine at the aristocratic and bourgeois re-education camp that will be opening at 6am sharp on Wednesday morning. Obviously these swine do not have to attend, but they will of course be shot if they do not. In glorious love and solidarity, The Colchester Popular Front (Marxist/Leninist). ONE SOLUTION REVOLUTION GENERAL STRIKE NOW The Colchester Popular Front
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3:36pm Mon 29 Nov 10

Sdapeze says...

It is a vile slur to suggest that Mr Cameron Blunt (deceased) and my own self (still alive this morning according to the missus) are one and the same. For one, one of us is dead, for the second, the demised Mr Blunt was demonstrably more loquacious, clearly more a person of the upper echelons and definitely more right wing than me.
It is a vile slur to suggest that Mr Cameron Blunt (deceased) and my own self (still alive this morning according to the missus) are one and the same. For one, one of us is dead, for the second, the demised Mr Blunt was demonstrably more loquacious, clearly more a person of the upper echelons and definitely more right wing than me. Sdapeze
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