Tuesday, 27 November 2007

It really must be time they went.

Ok, so a 63 year old bloke (who tells people he is 53) called David Abrahams is also David Martin and a very private person, in spite of running for Parliament at one time.

This private person managed to get Dougie Alexander to give the go ahead to a massive property development on farmland next to the A1. His development company was only registered on the day the planning consent was announced. This huge project was to be site managed by Ray Ruddick, a jobbing builder, currently Nu Labours 3rd largest donor, who lives in a council house and drives a battered transit.

I wonder if John Prescott's son brokered the land?

Perhaps Brown thinks that if the General Secretary of the Labour party resigns all this sleaze will go away.

20 comments:

fuchsia groan said...

Sadly, none of this surprises anymore. Looks like Harman, Benn and a few others have been receiving cash 'gifts' from this character. The whole NuLab edifice is corrupt to the core. Same with the id card scheme (my particular bete noire), the only beneficiaries will be NuLab chums, rewarded with buckets of taxpayers cash. All deeply, deeply depressing. I am getting to the stage where I don't want to see newspapers or watch TV news anymore.

Ed said...

I'm sure it was just an honest misunderstanding. They can return the money and all will be well.

No corruption here, Your Honour...

electro-kevin said...

FG expresses my sentiments exactly. I daren't watch the news or read papers anymore - I can't believe anyone bothers to report the farce that is modern British politics.

Wake me up when the revolution starts.

Philipa said...

How much do you have to donate to get a peerage again?

Lilith said...

It's all a big cess pool. Hazel Blears was on PM tonight and she sounded like a short circuiting robot. She was announcing a new national quango to deal with planning applications.!!!!!!!!?

Scroblene said...

A dirty office near Victoria Street; the tape recorder is on…

Nulab fund washer/collector : ‘Ere, Waynetta, git vese cheques dahn ve bank an put in ve speshul accarnt. Say vey’re cash, an done put oo vey’re from or nuffin’!

Waynetta: ‘Oi done loike vis …oi feel sortov dirty doin’ vis…’.

Nulab fund washer/collector : ‘Do as yer effin’ told ya slag, an whoile yer aaht, git me some crisps an’ a Sunny Delight, oi’m gonna be effin’ late tonight’.

Waynetta: ‘Does Mr Brahn know yer doin’ vis?

Nulab fund washer/collector : “F****** F*** off naaaaaah! Paxman’s on in a few hours!

Waynetta: ‘Ooooooh, oi loike ‘im’!

(Small personal explosion in Parliament Square, and peculiar strangled squeaks are recorded, coming from collective recta of the entire Nulab Cabinet).

Reporter on scene: ‘Reports are coming in of a dramatic increase in sewage effluent in The House of Parliament. It appears that every WC is overloaded beyond its normal capacity’.

Inspector Yates is investigating.

Anonymous said...

"This private person managed to get Dougie Alexander to give the go ahead to a massive property development on farmland next to the A1."

And where is your evidence for this libellous accusation? The decision to withdraw their objections was made by the Highways Agency. Alexander has denied any involvement in their decision - and he would be incredibly stupid if he were to lie about this.

There is a word for people who make allegations without any evidence

mutleythedog said...

Its all very odd isn't it? There is also the suggestion that Abrahams/Martin did not actually have enough cash himself to stump up all those readies and that maybe he was also a conduit. I like your anonymous - he seems like a fun uy!!

electro-kevin said...

Very creative, Scrobs. That made me laugh.

Lilith said...

There's a word for arsey anonymongs...

Let's call it a supposition rather than an allegation.

Lilith said...

Yes, I think he fancies you Mutley...oops another supposition...

Lilith said...

I love you Scroblene.

Scroblene said...

Lilith...Mrs S and I are on the edge of our seats to see how the BBC are coping with this catastophe.

I was at a bash today where Yvette Cooper was droning on about something she doesn't undersatnd, (Thames Gateway) and it was lovely, walking the aisles without all the plebs watching her make a fool of herself.

Useless; all of them in Gnulaberatchik

Lilith said...

Gordon also sounded like a short circuited robot today at PMQ Scrobs. I hope you have suitably decontaminated with a large gin.

The Hitch said...

Hazel Blears is a SHORT short circuiting robot

jonathan hemlock said...

Lilith:

I'm struggling a bit with that tiny animated .gif of the exploding head from Scanners that you posted for me. Don't hold your breath while I try to find the appropriate editing software (sorry!)

However, the real Dr Hemlock was watching PMQ today and tells me that Gordo came pretty close to it when Vince Cable mentioned "Mr Bean."

Until then, please enjoy my latest Photoshopped imaage, courtesy of the film about Mr Pierrepoint...

Harriet Harman says ‘I’m sure Gordon will stand by me’

Lilith said...

No Worries Jonathan! Thank you for trying :-)

Lilith said...

Ms Blears makes me grit my teeth, Hitch.

fuchsia groan said...

Isn't it funny how all the NuLab apparatchniks crawl out of the woodwork when their beloved party is under attack. Shows how rattled they must be. And how nasty they are, with their not-so-subtle threats.

Tuscan Tony said...

Very nicely put Lilith. Sorry I haven't been by in a while...!