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Another Ex-Labour M P Sentenced To Prison

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There will be a nice big salaried job waiting for him at the BBC when he has served about 3 months of his 16

Don't forget the thousands from the daily mirror about "my childhood hell: daddy didn't love me and drove me to steal"

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Bruce Banner, you have titled this thread 'Another Ex-Labour M P Sentenced To Prison'

Remove the word 'Labour' immediately. You must only mention the party of disgraced MPs when they are evil Tories. Like the BBC.

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Tom Baldwin

Mark Thompson

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+++CEASE AND DESIST ORDER+++

Bruce Banner, you have titled this thread 'Another Ex-Labour M P Sentenced To Prison'

Remove the word 'Labour' immediately. You must only mention the party of disgraced MPs when they are evil Tories. Like the BBC.

Signed,

Tom Baldwin

Mark Thompson

+++ORDER ENDS+++

Ha! In the BBC article it makes sure everyone knows these are no longer members of the Beloved Labour party. They are all either former Labour MP's or Ex Labour MP's. Of course when the Tory Lord goes on trial, let's see how they phrase it.

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Ha! In the BBC article it makes sure everyone knows these are no longer members of the Beloved Labour party. They are all either former Labour MP's or Ex Labour MP's. Of course when the Tory Lord goes on trial, let's see how they phrase it.

BBC News now refer to.. "Jim Devine, the ex MP"

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It will be "Jim Devine, the ex member of a Tory-led parliament" soon...

Indeed and within two weeks of that it will be 'lovable rogue Jim driven to it by the emotional upset caused by the legacy of Thatcher, which is now being repeated in a series of cuts by the brutal Tory lead government'............................

Same old BBC, the media wing of Liebour.

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Indeed and within two weeks of that it will be 'lovable rogue Jim driven to it by the emotional upset caused by the legacy of Thatcher, which is now being repeated in a series of cuts by the brutal Tory lead government'............................

Same old BBC, the media wing of Liebour.

What a complete load of tosh - can't we grow a bit of hair a year on? Liebour -. Ho de ho ho ho. What a clever person you are.

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What a complete load of tosh - can't we grow a bit of hair a year on? Liebour -. Ho de ho ho ho. What a clever person you are.

Christ! Who pissed on your chips?

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What a complete load of tosh - can't we grow a bit of hair a year on? Liebour -. Ho de ho ho ho. What a clever person you are.

That the BBC is biased? What a complete load of 'tosh' to be stupid or biased enough yourself to think otherwise.

As for 'Liebour' I am glad it plainly upset you; it generally does with Liebour sympathisers/ votes which is great.

As you're way too clever clearly for this thread feel free to tell us how you got to be that special ;)

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Jim Devine gets 16 months for falsely claiming £8,000 in expenses.

I'd be interested to see how much of that he serves (and where). Open prison after 6 weeks is my guess.

(I've never forgotten Ernest Saunders and his amazing self-curing dementia.)

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6 weeks in a hotel contemplation suite most probably.

I wish the OP would get it right, its "liebour MP sentenced to prison". Once a liebour, always a liebour.

I'm never paying the tv licence again, want to see how long I can go before the bbc nazi specialists kick my door in. The bbc didn't sit idly by, it participated.

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