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Chris Hune admits guilt..eventually

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Leaving it 'til the last minute before losing his bottle. Useless man.

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The real surprise is that the coalition didn't arrange for the CPS to drop the case.

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it's a Tory led coalition, not a Labour one.

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it's a Tory led coalition, not a Labour one.

Yes, but, in a coalition, either Labour or Tory would need to "look after" the Libdem MP's. Let's face it, it was only the minnows from all three parties that were prosecuted over the expenses scandal.

I seem to recall that Huhne stood against Clegg for the Libdem leadership.

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Quite so. I was thinking more of this, though. http://www.guardian....1/bae.tonyblair

Surely not the same Tony Blair who now has his own foundation that negotiates deals in the Middle East, earns millions and pays a relatively small amount of tax?

This could also earn him a bad reputation with the British population. However, that could never happen whilst he is married to the really cute altruistic Cherie ... the public will always love her.

:lol:

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Resigning his seat?

No wonder the other politicians don't like him.

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The UK government has just announced the route of the High Speed Lie Two- Southwark Crown Court to HMP Brixton.

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As Mr Huhne has pleaded guilty, does that mean we will not get to hear Bruce Forsyth testify in the case.

Nice to see you, to see you nice. What do points make? Pryces, Priz Huhne.

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Politician admits to lie. In other news, bear admits to defecating in a public forested area.

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Politician admits to lie. In other news, bear admits to defecating in a public forested area.

Pope in "I am Catholic" shock admission

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Sad to see how his affair affected his family. The texts are not good reading.

Though wifey might be regretting the revenge plan soon...

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Sad to see how his affair affected his family. The texts are not good reading.

Though wifey might be regretting the revenge plan soon...

The texts from his son are pretty strong stuff.

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Serious question:

This offence happened ten years ago.

Is it a civil offence and, if so, is there a statute of limitation that sets a time limit on how long, following the offence, a prosecution can be brought?

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Serious question:

This offence happened ten years ago.

Is it a civil offence and, if so, is there a statute of limitation that sets a time limit on how long, following the offence, a prosecution can be brought?

Quick google: England & Wales law has no statute of limitations. Specific Acts may have limitations but there's no universal statute.

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Pretty sure perverting the course of justice is a criminal offence.

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Pretty sure perverting the course of justice is a criminal offence.

It is.

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Pretty sure perverting the course of justice is a criminal offence.

And a serious one.

He's going to jail.

The daft thing is, had he just admitted it the original offence at the time he'd have been banned for a while and have been back on the road long, long ago.

The man is clearly an idiot.

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And a serious one.

He's going to jail.

The daft thing is, had he just admitted it the original offence at the time he'd have been banned for a while and have been back on the road long, long ago.

The man is clearly an idiot.

As is his wife.

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And a serious one.

He's going to jail.

The daft thing is, had he just admitted it the original offence at the time he'd have been banned for a while and have been back on the road long, long ago.

The man is clearly an idiot.

Things like this really ought to lead to the MP automatically losing their seat. I don't say this from some high moral stand point. It is the sheer lack of judgement, as you've highlighted, that gets me. If they can get things like this so badly wrong how can they be expected to get the big decisions about running the country right?

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And a serious one.

He's going to jail.

The daft thing is, had he just admitted it the original offence at the time he'd have been banned for a while and have been back on the road long, long ago.

The man is clearly an idiot.

My thoughts exactly.

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it's a Tory led coalition, not a Labour one.

You can't leave it alone can you John. Just as a matter of record it was Jonathan Aitken and Jeffrey Archer who went to jail for perjury. I've no doubt they perjured themselves because they thought they'd get away with it. I wonder where they got that idea from?

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