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Former Labour Minister Elliot Morley Convicted Of Expenses Fraud.

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I had the impression he was really tall, considering his face looks like some vertical distortion in a hall of mirrors. But he is a short a*se

No-one exemplifies the staggering corruption of our politics, both in terms of money and rewarded incompetence, than this man.

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It's a well known fact isn't it?

Tory MP = sex scandal

Labour MP = financial scandal

Each secretly obsessed with their area of public repression.

That was my father's theory - although he thought it was because the labour mps were trying to earn enough to buy a decent shag, whereas the tory mps already had enough dosh...

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I have to say, I'm particularly looking forward to this fat greedy crook going down.

Not content with the fact that the tax payer, the common man, has bought his home for him, which his wife and children will gladly inherit and profit from I'm sure, but he also thought he'd carry on claiming mortgage repayment expenses even AFTER the mortgage had been repaid in full.

Even as a description, "expenses fraud", doesn't do this crime justice. We're not talking about a stapler and a couple of paper clips or even the odd porno here. Elliot Morley is a thief who stole tens of thousands of pounds from the working British public.

And here's the BBC News story about the matter surrounding this former Labour minister, buried deep, deep, down in its Politics section - BBC: Elliot Morley admits he is a crook.

You can find it just next to the "B@st@rd coalition government and their b@st@rd cuts" story.

Morley, 58, pleaded guilty to two charges of false accounting. He admitted to receiving £15,200 more than he was entitled to in inflated mortgage claims and of submitting £16,800 in "phantom" mortgage claims after he had redeemed the existing loan on a property near Scunthorpe.

Morley wrongly filled out a total of 40 forms relating to mortgage payments.

So will this be regarded as 1 crime or 40 crimes then? I hope he goes down for years.

Crook.

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Morley stepped down as an MP at the last election, having represented Scunthorpe since 1987.

It's also worth noting that since this lying thief stepped down and wasn't sacked he is still entitled to receive ALL of his parliamentary retirement privileges. Golden handshake, handcuffs, hello, goodbye and shower. The works.

Not that I know what those are because I am a common working prole who works 10 hours a day, 6 days a week and still can't afford to buy his own home.

I had my "AV Explained" electoral leaflet through the post this week. Went straight in the bin. I have better things to do with my Thursday mornings than to pretend we live in a democracy.

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I have to say, I'm particularly looking forward to this fat greedy crook going down.

Not content with the fact that the tax payer, the common man, has bought his home for him, which his wife and children will gladly inherit and profit from I'm sure, but he also thought he'd carry on claiming mortgage repayment expenses even AFTER the mortgage had been repaid in full.

Even as a description, "expenses fraud", doesn't do this crime justice. We're not talking about a stapler and a couple of paper clips or even the odd porno here. Elliot Morley is a thief who stole tens of thousands of pounds from the working British public.

And here's the BBC News story about the matter surrounding this former Labour minister, buried deep, deep, down in its Politics section - BBC: Elliot Morley admits he is a crook.

You can find it just next to the "B@st@rd coalition government and their b@st@rd cuts" story.

So will this be regarded as 1 crime or 40 crimes then? I hope he goes down for years.

Crook.

He'll probably get about 3 months inside at HM pleasure.

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It's amazing what people can do with photoshop these days - someone has taken Elliot Morleys face and merged it with a pig.

Clever stuff.

Elliot-Morley-002.jpg

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Yes, I think you are right, all that solidarity bOllix I guess, seems more of a slap in the face.

I nearly vomited when i heard them calling each other "comrades" at their conference.

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It's a well known fact isn't it?

Tory MP = sex scandal

Labour MP = financial scandal

Each secretly obsessed with their area of public repression.

Very true and I know which one I'd prefer to be in charge of the public purse, at least Tory MPs pay for their 'pleasures' out of their own pockets.

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I don't know why, but this seems much worse coming from a Labour MP.

Yes it is.As will be demonstrated when Tory Lord Taylor gets off with painting an old biddy's fence for the same crime.

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I have better things to do with my Thursday mornings than to pretend we live in a democracy.

:lol: It's really just rubbing it in when we area only allowed to mark a cross on paper like some illiterate a few times every decade

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