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Monday 18 July 2011

Ordure, ordure 4

Mr. Speaker:  Charles Fanshawe

Fanshawe (Conservative member for Bustington) :  Question number two, Sir.

Prime Minister:  My head of communication assured me that he had no involvement whatsoever in any 'hacking' whilst he worked for that newspaper.

Fanshawe: Would the Prime Minister agree with me that a Nursery manager who employed a man with more than a whiff of paedophilia about him would be guilty of gross misjudgement even if he was assured by the man that he was completely innnocent?

Mr. Speaker:  Ordure; ordure. I want to hear the Prime Minister's answer.

Fanshawe: Shut up you pathetic chancer!

Mr. Speaker:  Ordure; ordure ... Sit down!

Fanshawe:  I won't. Does the prime Minister further agree with me that a man can be judged by his friends?

Mr. Speaker:  Ordure; ordure

Prime Minister:  Look! Let me make this point. He came with a reputation of being good at bar-b-ques and everybody deserves a second chance. That's all I have to say on the matter.

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