Bercow and Grieve

Has there ever been a pair of more treacherous cunts in the history of modern British politics?

This morning it is revealed that John “Bollocks to Brexit” Bercow held a meeting in his plush taxpayer funded apartment with arch Remoaner Dominic Grieve the evening before Bercow completely rode roughshod over constitutional protocol by allowing Grieve to table an amendment to an unamendable bill..

Grieve’s comment on the meeting? “I often speak to the Speaker about all sorts of things. We’re fellow Buckinghamshire MPs. But I am not in the business of suborning Speakers. They make up their own minds. I tabled my amendment without speaking to the Speaker. How the Speaker decided to approach the amendment is a matter for him.” So it was all just a coincidence then? Like fuck do I believe that one!

Meanwhile in his Buckinghamshire constituency, the chair of the local party said he had been ‘bombarded’ with letters of complaint about Grieve calling for him to be deselected. He added: ‘We don’t want him to stay as our MP. If he tries to stand again I would personally hurl rotten tomatoes at him.’

Grieve’s comment? He said he was “unaware of any calls by local Beaconsfield Tory association members for him to be deselected over his actions last week and denied that he plans to stand down at the next Election.” Well, it’s in the national press this morning so I guess he’s aware of it now? I find his statement incredulous – but then he is a lawyer!

And as for Mr Bollocks to Brexit? A spokesman said “Meetings with parliamentarians are private and we do not comment on them.”

A pair of undemocratic, untrustworthy cunts if ever there was one…

4 responses to “Bercow and Grieve

  1. Treasonous bastards

  2. If ever a pair were a recommendation for retroactive birth control it’s these two utter shits. There should be some (legal, preferably) process by which their births could be nullified.


    Professor Christopher Millett interviewed on the radio this morning… apparently he’s done some SERIOUS research, and his findings suggest that in the event of a No Deal Brexit:

    12,000 PEOPLE WILL DIE!!


    Because the price of fruit and vegetables might go up a bit for a while.

    (Not that anyone likely to be effected eats fruit or vegetables anyway)

  4. Haven’t heard from you in a while Mr Dioclese. Thought you might be interested in another use for that 39billion quid…