Tuesday, March 27, 2007

Blears Poaches Harman's PPS

Hazel Blears is a woman who, when she makes you an offer, you don't refuse it. She's angered Harriet Harman, her rival for the Deputy paperclip collector Leadership, Harriet Harman by headhunting her PPS. The unbelievably named Robert Flello has jumped ship to become PPS to the little chipmunk, leaving Harman PPS-less. Quite what it says about Harman's qualities are probably best left to you to imagine, dear reader. What it says to me is that Mr Flello doesn't want to work for a woman who thinks the only reason she should become Deputy Leader is that she can put the letters 'f' and 'e' in front of the word male.

However, I'm sad to report that all is not trundling totally according to plan for the chipmunk. More and more Labour members are reported to be bemused by how Hazel Blears has managed to get their email addresses. Kerron Cross blogged about this yesterday and LabourHome is also covering the subject. People are putting two and two together and assuming that she must be getting the lists through her role as Labour chairman, something she has consistently denied she would do. I suspect the answer is that she has some very ingenious staffers who are compiling email addresses from many sources and spamming them. There's no law against it, but it may make as many enemies as it does friends.

13 comments:

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mark williams said...

Never heard of him but according to TheyWorkForYou he voted very strongly for introducing a smoking ban, very strongly for introducing ID cards. votes, speeches, very strongly for Labour's anti-terrorism laws and very strongly against investigating the Iraq war.

Do chipmunks hoard nuts?

P.S. congratulations on your blogspam above.

AnyoneButBlair said...

Hazel Blears is a woman who, when she makes you an offer, you don't refuse it.
Sorry Hazel, I'm not your type

Anonymous said...

Handbags at dawn?

Mark said...

I think there IS a law against it, called the Data Protection Act, isn't there ?

Anonymous said...

Body snatcher Harman, the very sight of the woman makes my flesh creep. This is the sick ghoul who is digging up our grandparents' bodies 75 years after burial.

Sickening Harman then 'compacts' their remains (i.e. grinds them up in a great crem' tumble grinder) and crams them into the sort of multiple graves which in 19th and early 20th century were known as paupers' graves.

Even prehistoric societies respected their ancestors' burial places. But Harman, like the rest of nulab, has not one scrap of respect for anything except nulab's self-serving aims.

So good on you, Hazel, anyone who gets one over on body snatcher Harman, gets a gold star in my book.

Anonymous said...

Woops, sorry, forgot to add my blog name to my post about body snatcher Harman.

Auntie Flo'

Luke Akehurst said...

Iain

Kerron's post refers to a mailshot of hard copies of Hazel's leaflet to Labour MPs' staff - whose names are available to anyone bothered to research them. No email addresses are involved.

Those of us who are councillors and whose emails are therefore in the public domain have already had spam emails from 4 of the 6 deputy leadership campaigns.

machiavelli said...

Sounds like this Robert Fellatio will have his work cut out...

machiavelli said...

I must get round to trying out that new Indian search engine...

Roger Thornhill said...

New Labour will eat itself.

Anonymous said...

anon 12:18PM

Where is Harman presiding over this exercise of profits over respect for the dead?

I can just imagine a few frock-coated Victorians doing it in order to lay a railway line - great profit to the Midlands Railway Co. etc,etc

Anonymous said...

Harlot Harridan v. Hazy Blurs

Seconds Out!

PS. This chap Flello sounds like a good way for ladies to remember what to do in certain situations.

No! No! Not 'Portillo'!!!