And we didn’t know this before?

Jeremy Corbyn ‘discussed Shami Chakrabarti peerage with advisors before asking her to conduct anti-Semitism investigation’

For of course there’s always discussions of who should get a peerage and for what.

Some get through that process, others don’t.

12 thoughts on “And we didn’t know this before?”

  1. And here, for those that ever doubted him, is the Murph at his very best:

    “Richard Murphy says:
    You explain why all taxes but income tax have less than inflation increases if you after IHT and growth = zero and how this is consistent with significant overall income tax rises from a population who however do no additional spending desire their obviously well avid inflation income rises”

    Remember, these are all English words. Just put together in a way that’s never been thought of before.

  2. You explain why all taxes but income tax have less than inflation increases if you after IHT and growth = zero and how this is consistent with significant overall income tax rises from a population who however do no additional spending desire their obviously well avid inflation income rises

    It was bad enough at the start, but tails off at the end into complete incomprehensibility. I can only assume the rage and fist typing were uncontrollable by this point.

  3. The Inimitable Steve

    To be fair to the fascist accountant, he might well have a peerage by now if only he was an effnic womyn.

  4. For Corbyn, Murphy does not use his best asset, his fookin’ bog-Irishness.

    Murphy’s accent is pure BBC newsreader for fook’s sake.

  5. Bloke in Costa Rica

    What the hell? If you squint very hard and pick the sentences apart with tweezers you can sometimes extract a soupçon of meaning from post-modernist writing (and it’s always at least grammatically correct) but I can’t even make a plausible stab at what the silly fat fuck is trying to say here. It’s just utter gibberish.

  6. To be fair to Corbyn and Shami, if he was considering her for a peerage before her report came out, then it looks a lot less like it was quid pro quo.

    I would be more suspicious if the peerage only came onto the scene afterwards.

  7. I would be more suspicious if the peerage only came onto the scene afterwards.

    Not necessarily. A few hints from the advisers to Mrs Chapati along the lines of “make sure this report goes the right way and the stoat gets it” would need the considering to be pre-report.

  8. Dongguan John:

    No, you’ve got that wrong. Rather, “punctuation is something that just happens (or maybe doesn’t).”

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