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Tag: Sally Bercow

November 29, 2018

The Berk Bercow

by Matthew Steeples

Speaker Bercow brings shame on himself and Britain through his mendacious ways (yet again) suggests Matthew Steeples   John Bercow could be criticised for marrying a rough bird named Sally (who then had an affair with his very own cousin and flirted outrageously on television with the somewhat strange gypsy Paddy Doherty) but now he’s … Continue reading “The Berk Bercow”

September 23, 2013

Cleaning up

by Matthew Steeples

As Speaker Bercow claims for polishing a coffee table, we suggest it is time to put a stop to such payments   John and Sally Bercow live in a grace-and-favour flat in Westminster as part of his package as House of Commons Speaker. Today, the Mail Online’s Richard Kay revealed that he’s recently claimed not … Continue reading “Cleaning up”

May 28, 2013

Tweet at your peril

by Matthew Steeples

Matthew Steeples shares his views on those who tweet, comment and like   The world is a poorer place in the wake of Sally Bercow losing the libel action brought against her by Lord McAlpine. Those who know me will know that I don’t especially care for the Speaker’s wife or approve of her behaviour, … Continue reading “Tweet at your peril”

Bercowed

by Matthew Steeples

Sally Bercow loses libel case brought by Lord McAlpine   This morning a judge at the High Court ruled that Sally Bercow’s tweet last November about Lord McAlpine suggested that he was a “paedophile who was guilty of sexually abusing boys living in care” and therefore libelous.

April 22, 2013

Though Sally may be silly, it’s the case against her that is stupid

by Matthew Steeples

The reasoning for Lord McAlpine’s libel action against Sally Bercow just does not stack up   Sally Bercow, the speaker’s wife, is a loudmouth. We don’t dispute that. There’s little she won’t say or do to keep herself in the public eye and whether draped in nothing other than a sheet in the Palace of … Continue reading “Though Sally may be silly, it’s the case against her that is stupid”

November 8, 2012

Nad’s not that Mad

by Matthew Steeples

Matthew Steeples suggests that Nadine Dorries is perhaps right to head for the jungle   Don’t get me wrong: I think Nadine Dorries is an utter loon. For those who haven’t heard of her, she’s the MP for Mid-Bedfordshire and a bit of a mouthpiece. Her entry on our roll call attracted over 8,000 hits … Continue reading “Nad’s not that Mad”

May 10, 2012

Kerry Katona

by Matthew Steeples

Some call her “Warrington’s finest export.” Others don’t. She tried to persuade mums to go to Iceland and in the process went bankrupt. This tragic former Atomic Kitten really should just be kept off our screens.

April 27, 2012

Sally Bercow

by Matthew Steeples

Opinionated Tweeter who happens to be married to the Speaker of the Commons. She’s hung out with gypsies and camped in the Celebrity Big Brother house. She particularly loves baiting Tories and being photographed wrapped in nothing other than a towel. Most people, thankfully, just ignore her.

August 15, 2011

Jog off

by Matthew Steeples

A phrase that should be consigned to history   Now “hijacked by chavs,” the phrase “jog on” first became prominent in The Football Factory film about football hooliganism.   This awful insult got wider use in recent days after a mother from Salford used it in response to someone who criticised her defence of rioters … Continue reading “Jog off”

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