Thursday, May 25, 2006

Sign the Petition to Force Cherie to Apologise

Click HERE to sign the following petition

To: Number 10 Downing Street
We believe that raising funds for the Labour Party by auctioning copies of the Hutton Report signed by Mrs Cherie Booth QC is an act of appalling bad taste and is disrespectful to the family of the late Dr David Kelly. We further demand that: • Mrs Cherie Booth QC publicly apologises for her conduct on this matter • The Prime Minister apologises for the misconduct of the Labour Party in this matter. • That the Labour Party donates any funds raised from the auction of this item to an appropriate charity, matched by a similar donation from Mrs Cherie Booth QC

14 comments:

Gob-shite said...

"Force" & "Demand" not very Tory words Iain.

BTW are you looking into the other copies of the Hutton Report that have been auctioned ?

And I'm sure you are busy too looking into the copies of the Franks Report sold at Tory fundraisers. You remember the Franks Report into the deaths of hundreds of British serviceman in the Falklands War.

Anonymous said...

Yes this was stupid, but Im a bit bored by this story.

Michael Campbell said...

I think she should resign. Her positon as Prime Minister's wife looks untenable. I think she should be allowed to keep her responsibilities as the mother of the Prime Minster's childen, but I think her portfolio needs to be split up. Maybe time for Ruth Kelly.

BTW Gob-shite: If you have any evidence that these report were sold at Tory fundraisers, then do tell. Most here would condemn it without hesitation. Otherwise you look rather desperate. Just because the Blairs are trash, don't assume it of everyone.

fido said...

The woman has no morality, so her crocodile tears will be meaningless as any other pr fluff from the Zanu New Labour party.

Desperate Dan said...

Does anyone know who bought it?

Croydonian said...

Can't see this forcing Lady Macbeth's hand somehow, but signing made me happier at least.

Rog said...

Signed.

New lows from New Labour.

And I still want to know if they "sold" HM Govt. property or whether it was a privately paid for copy of the report.

Anonymous said...

Shouldn't that read "Ms" Cherie Booth, in both instances, as opposed to "Mrs"?

Poverty Is Thrift said...

Its a waste of time other than giving us all some fun , I truly believe that this woman and her husband really do not see the world in the same way as the rest of us,empathy is alien to them.Psychopaths.
I need to move to Switzerland.

Anonymous said...

Do you really want to see this woman hamming it up, giant mouth aquiver, choking back a sob of contrition, making a trembling reference to Euan having left home and she didn't mean to offend anyone blah blah blah. It will be the same script as last time. Peter Mandelson doesn't run to much imagination. Then dabbing at her eyes.

Then she leaves the TV studio and it's all OK, because she "apologised". I don't want to hear her crocodile teared "apology". I don't want her to have an escape route. I don't want her to have a means of releasing the pressure. I want her to be revealed in the spotlight in all her ugly vulgarity.

- Anonymousette

Anonymous said...

I don't want her to be given an opportunity for a tearful, whining apology, large mouth agape with self-pity, stumbling over another script bashed out by Peter Mandelson for the occasion. I don't want to see a tearful explanation on the TV screen of an "error of judgement" and how she has been upset because Euan has left home (break in the voice here) and she just wasn't thinking of any other family.

I don't want her to get away it because "she had the good grace" to apologise. I want her trapped, in the spotlight, bathed in her own coarseness and vulgarity. I definitely won't be signing the petition.

- Anonymousette

Rachel said...

Can't someone wave the petition in front of dear Cherie? I hear she will sign pretty much anything these days...

Griswold said...

Littlejohn DMail Friday

"We're told the signed Hutton Report raised £400. Given the Wicked Witch's track record, they're lucky she didn't go home with the money".

Anonymous said...

rachel - when you refer to "dear" Cherie, I assume you refer to the cost of her services to "charity"? I understand the cost of her appearance at a children's cancer charity in Oz was very dear indeed; the figure varies between one-half and one-third of the donations.

What? Greedy? Moi?