An Affront to "Honours" list.

#1
The award to Tessa Jowell is an affront to those who truly deserve being honoured. She said the budget for the Olympic Games would be 2 billion when we got the bid. Now we're told that the games are coming in under budget at £9billion pounds. Now if there was an award for being just ugly and misleading I'm certain I for one would have been the first to endorse the honour.the awards for all politicians should scrapped. As it is the award to Tessa Jowell should be in the class of Arts. She would make a good pantomime Dame and the leading ugly sister. Everyone is entitled to be ugly but she abuses the privilege.:pottytrain1:
 

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#3
Trelawney126: the first three sentences were fine and dandy. Then you left the realm of Current Affairs and intelligent discussion. So does your thread.

Barge.
 
#4
Trelawney126: the first three sentences were fine and dandy. Then you left the realm of Current Affairs and intelligent discussion. So does your thread.

Barge.
Well you could have left the first three sentences where they were intended and then moved the rest to the barge. Stand by my quote that Tessa is a grade "A" mong though
Take it you didn't get a mention in the honours list then :)
 
#5
It's no worse squire than some dressmaker and Barlow being listed and the we have Cameron resurrecting 'the working class gong' as part of his big society fantasy after John Major binned it, the whole fiasco is an anachronism.
 
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#9
I had to laugh when the powers that be were congratulating themselves on coming in under (an ever-revised) budget......that's right boys you spent half a billion pounds less than you eventually thought you would but in the process spent goodness knows how many billions.


And as for spending £27M on the opening ceremony.....well it had better be bloody good that's all I can say - especially as we're always being told we haven't got two pennies to rub together.

Bloody French must be laughing their heads off.
 

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