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Friday, 28 August 2015

THE DAME GETS A RAP OVER THE KNUCKLES

NO PLACE FOR POOTER!
The Dame never takes herself so seriously that she cannot reproduce unkind letters attacking her.
Though she was somewhat surprised when this rude email popped through her gold plated de luxe email box.



Dear Dame or Whoever you might be,

I hope you are thoroughly pleased with yourself.
Sources close to the Cabinet Office tell me though Sir Merrick's name was nominated, adverse publicity generated by the likes of envious types like you, forced its excision.
You must be delighted your mischief making has been so successful and so damaged this 'servant of the people'.
Your ruthless attacks rested solely on the fact that, occasionally, Sir Merrick used the Bentley and the utter lie that he forced its purchase so that he might use it. 
One agrees that his overseas travel did involve him travelling First Class, and equally, that he stayed in Business Class hotels. However, this should be set against the fact that when Sir Merrick travelled to foreign parts he was performing an ambassadorial role. 
As for his annual income from allowances....£135,000 is hardly a great income these days.

It is right and proper that someone of his importance and stature be treated with respect.
So now, thanks to your vicious and ruthless campaign we have lost the services of Sir Merrick in the House of Lords.
One hopes you are very proud.

I no longer read your blog.

Yours faithfully

Roger Fullerton-Blythe




36 comments:

  1. So disgraced ex Leader Cllr Cockell was blocked by the sleaze busters. Good riddance.

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  2. Cameron is no fool. Having decided to ennoble "Lord of the Moat" Hailsham, he judged it too risky to pack the Lords with another liability, "Bentley Boy" Cockell.

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    1. Hailsham my foot. He is a Hogg!

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    2. His nickname at Eton was "grunt"

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    3. Around 10pm every night, as I remember

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  3. This is the Lord's work and is wondrous in our eyes!

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  4. Roger Fullerton-Blythe is a creep

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    1. Tristan Gaythorne-Camp29 August 2015 at 09:18

      Roger Fullerton-Blythe is a figment of someone's imagination - unlike my good self.

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    2. Oh, dear Tristan....Camp in the old sense of the word, I assume...

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  5. This is very sad news in Earls Court. Disgraced ex Cllr Phelps always told friends that his support for Cockle was based on his plan to suck up in order to be invited one day to the House of Lords for tea. All the creeping and sycophancy has come to nothing alas.

    Long live the Dame

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    1. Phelps is an opportunist. He was always brazen that he only stood as a Conservative Councillor because the Tories were in power. If the Liberals had been in power "I would have stood as a Liberal candidate".

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    2. Starbucks or such common venue will have to do for tea taking. What a come down....sad, really sad...

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  6. I love this statement "I no longer read your blog"

    Fragrant Frazer-Howells delivered a similar blast after the Dame exposed his "holiday" hotel in Spain which Fragrant still runs with his ex. (Who did time at the pleasure of her Majesty).

    The Dame needs to control the scribbling of her hornets

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    1. No longer read the blog. So. What?

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  7. The 'Holiday Village' was the most stupendously gauche and vulgar idea.
    Frazer-Howells's boyfriend, the ex lag, had the bizarre concept of a Spanish 'gay village'. All the houses would be rendered pink and the streets named after famouus gay people....for example, "Calle Quentin Crisp".
    Naturally enough, intelligent and refined gays were horrified by the idea.

    Mr Fullerton-Blythe endows the Dame with too much power.
    All she did to stymie the grubby Cockell was to alert senior journo's as to his lifestyle on the back of hard pressed taxpayers. She is proud of having blighted his chances of getting to the Lords....a dreadful little fellow.

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    1. Well done....no more is required, our dearest...

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  8. The Dame's vigilance does a huge service to the tax payers and voters of the Royal Borough. There has been a sea change on the Hornton Street back benches. The Poodles are more inclined to think twice about their behaviour. And troughing is a fraction of what it was. There are still some major impediments to democracy (eg Cllr Warwick) but in time the Dame will continue to reduce the deficit

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    1. Hear, hear, as they say in the Lords...

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  9. Poor Pooter must feel horribly put-out: three cheers for the Dame's efforts to keep the obnoxious oi(n)k's nose out of the Lords' deep-filled trough. Let the Dame also put the kibosh on any notion of a future Lord Warwick of Waste-of-Space!

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    1. "Lord Warwick".?! Perish the thought. Surely no-one can seriously be flying that kite -??

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  10. Or anyone else at The Nest, for that matter...P-B be aware.....

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  11. THE LORD HANNINGFIELD29 August 2015 at 13:15

    I am honoured to consider Sir Merrick a friend of mine and, as leaders of local authorities we sacrificed our personal lives in our devotion to public life.
    For me, facing the blow of being falsely accused of theft from taxpayers is something that has left me traumatised.
    My incaceration with common criminals was the result of a campaign of political villification. I well understand how sir Merrick must feel.
    Incidentally, I had offered Sir Merrick the use of my House of Lords robes had be been elevated to continue his public service at a higher level.

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    1. Another reptile who was found out for pilfering tax payers money. Twisted little runt. Just like our home brewed disgraced ex Leader. Cllr Sir Merrick Bart, Fart

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  12. Serious readers should pause and reflect that without the Dame who derailed a train that was gathering speed, we would now have Lord Pooter Cockell, Leader of Kensington and Chelsea, Chairman of the Local Govt Association, and Spokesman in the Lords for Education. Allowances, salaries and stipends of £340k per year and celebrity use of the Bentley to help manage a busy schedule.

    Residents of the Royal Borough have much to thank the Dame for.

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  13. Parliament has decided that MPs whose constituency is outside of London should have additional financial help with the cost of a second home. This is reasonable.

    MPs need to ask themselves what is a "reasonable" dwelling to help them discharge their duties. Since they are also part of the human race it is important to step out beside their often inflated egos and observe how other "reasonable" people live.

    By any stretch of imagination, a moat could not be justified as necessary for Hogg (or any of the others) to discharge their duties.

    This is not to say that moats (or duck houses) are bad or undesirable. Neither are Ferraris, Picassos or private planes. But they should not be paid for by taxpayers. Under any circumstances.

    Hogg thought he could get away with it. He is either dishonest, or deluded or disconnected from the world he represents. There is no evidence that he has come down to earth. He should not be rewarded with a Peerage. Cameron has made an idiot of himself.

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    1. Scribe misses the point. What we need to see in our politicians is "judgement". There is a lack of judgement in Hogg's decision to ask tax payers to pay for his moat. This is something that everyone can understand. It should disqualify him from public life. A dangerous man to be given the responsibility for making law.

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  14. The Sunday Times today exposes the rubbish people who increasingly occupy the Lords. Indian billionaire Lord Paul claimed £36k expenses last year. He signed up 122 times last year for his £300/day tax free allowance. Voted four times and spoke twice. Previously he was suspended for fiddling expenses. Not only is this behaviour totally unacceptable, but it also sets an example for wannabes like Pooter.

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    1. Lord Paul said that he attended the Lords to listen. And to help him "become wise" so that he could be a better University Chancellor

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    2. He could watch the reptiles on TV. Like the rest of us.

      Go To: BBC Parliament Channel (no fee paid for viewing)

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    3. Colonel Wildblood- Lowndes( Indian Army retd)30 August 2015 at 21:40

      Indians businessmen have no reputation for probity....always on the fiddle.
      When I was with the regiment they were always flogging us rubbish.
      You only have to look at that ghastly chap who runs the working men's club north of the Borough to know that

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  15. The House is not what it was in my father's day. I do not take my daughter there

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  16. What a smutty and warped little blog.

    hornet = insect

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    1. insect = sting

      Beware, if it is you, Palmer

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    2. We need such insects to sting puffed up balloons.

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  17. ROGER FULLERTON-BLYTHE30 August 2015 at 21:36

    I have to say that I am disappointed my entirely private missive to the Hornets Nest was published. It has caused my friend, Sir Merrick, some embarrassment.
    He tells me that he in fact only received £120,000 a year in allowances.
    Some of the unkind remarks about this man are below the belt.

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