The Professors passion for "The Science of Deceit" started here...

Employed by the Ministry (in a covert capacity) to help introduce the law ending dishonest politics, you can see his hand all over the posts of past.

Current political circumstances have forced him to reveal himself and as we speak, MPs are signing up to re-introduce The Elected Representatives (Prohibition of Deception) Bill for debate with over 80,000 voters supporting them.

Posts before Jan '08 are purely for the record (with hindsight they make fascinating reading). Posts after May 13th mark the Professor's return.


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Monday, December 18, 2006

Lord Pendry









Lord Pendry enjoys a cigar, is a keen boxer (not averse to dishing out a clip round the ear) and looks not unlike Donald Pleasance.
Having served as an MP for 30 years before moving to the upper house, we figured he'd be perfect to explain why we can't hold an MP to account for lying to us.

We were wrong.

Turns out, our first true Whitehall experience was more than a little unsettling
- we were thrown a sucker punch before we'd even got the camera kit unpacked.

We'll be posting the full rub tomorrow.

8 comments:

  1. It IS Ernst Stavro Blofeld - where's the white cat ?

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  2. I've borrowed it you cheeky fuckers

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  3. Who is this guy?????

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  4. I think you'll find he's the guy in the original Halloween. Perhaps a little more scary

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  5. He's clearly an opium addict, and what's that white stuff in his muff-tickler eh ?

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  6. those weren't books on his desk?? surely he cant read?? he can clearly smoke...

    retirement due// one thinks

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  7. dont think he can box
    would like to find out though. lol

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  8. Lord Pendry is a disgrace and typical of a labour peer with a sense of entitlement. He was witnessed at the Gare du Nord shouting that he was a "VIP" and why was he being held up- in other wiords , he expected preferential treatment because he is a Lord. Compare with Lord Carrington, a lovely humble man without Pendry'y hubris.

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