Saturday, 28 November 2009

Giving A Suffolk

As instructed by CCHQ, the Tories of Central Suffolk and Ipswich North have selected ... oh, someone or other.

Who cares?

As in South West Norfolk, and indeed everywhere else, where is the candidate with an absolute commitment to the monarchy, the organic Constitution, national sovereignty, the Union, the Commonwealth, the countryside, grammar schools, traditional moral and social values, controlled importation and immigration, and a realistic foreign policy, which is a no less absolute, and indeed inseparable, commitment to the Welfare State (including farm subsidies), workers’ rights, consumer protection, the co-operative movement, strong communities, conservation (not environmentalism), fair taxation, full employment, proper local government, a powerful Parliament, and a base of real property from which every household can resist both over-mighty commercial interests and an over-mighty State?

Gosh, what a phone call! I don't know how you got hold of my mobile phone number, but, well, gosh. Let's just say that it is certainly all go in this cause here in North West Durham.


  1. Old Telegraph Hack28 November 2009 at 14:49

    They have been in touch, then?

  2. Oh, yes...

    There is no doubt there that this seat can and will be taken.

  3. so there is absolutely no truth in the rumour around Durham that you are struggling to raise even enough money for a deposit? There's lots of talk of increasingly desperate emails asking for cash. Can you reassure us that the deposit has been raised and is currently in banker's draft form ready to give in at appropriate time.

  4. The deposit is fine.

    A political campaign seeking funds? Imagine! We aren't all funded by Lord Levy and his questionable associates, or by The Man Who Owns Belize, or by a convicted crook.

    And even the parties that are devote a huge amount of energy to soliciting money. If that looks "desperate" to you, then you've never been politically active in the real world. So at least one of the cartel parties no doubt has you lined up for a seat next time, when you'll be old enough.

    We'll be waiting for you.

  5. He doesn't exactly dress like a man who worries about raising £500 in six months.

  6. But we need a lot more than that -