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Wednesday, July 04, 2007

In The Thicko Of It

I did enjoy reading my former fridge-sharer's blog post earlier today, deflecting attention away from Labour's choice of "Mr. None" and "Mr. Ricin" for the Ealing by-election All Women Men Shortlist.

Thicko wittily and incisively commented of the Conservative candidate: "There is no Tony Lit registered to vote in Chiswick. I know he only joined the Conservatives last week but running a candidate who isn’t registered to vote strikes me as just peculiar."

Incisive, that is, until that Tory slimeball Iain Dale pointed out that this was factually incorrect. Not something we would normally give a New Labour fig about, were it not for the inconvenient fact that making or publishing any false statement of fact in relation to the personal character or conduct of another candidate is deemed to be an illegal practice under the Representation of the People Act 1983 and thereby a criminal offence. And as the Labour Party organiser of the Ealing Southall by-election and thereby a representative of the Labour candidate, Tom is potentially liable under the Act.
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Tom Watson gets his balls in a bunker yet again

Oh, twiddly fiddly damn! I do hope he's going to apologise and withdraw the article soon, before all this publicity starts to draw too much attention to our very strange choice of prospective Labour candidates.

3 comments:

E Strebe-Griebling said...

Surely you mean "gets his ball in a bunker yet again". Surely, like a certain Adolph chap, a "golfer" only has one ball?

Anonymous said...

Luke, I know you're not the sharpest knife in the draw, but even you should have spotted that Iain Dale and Grant Shapps now have redder faces than you do. The sight of the Tory Part fnally disapearring up Cameron's arse made them a little bit too desperate - as has been pointed out, Watson's statement was entirely accurate, and there is no Tony Lit on the electoral roll in Chiswick.

Aminda Shah (aged 6) said...

sharpest knife in the draw

Lol! Lol! Lol! Looks like you're not the sharpest knife in the drawer. I think you should attend my school Literacy Hour.