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Hazel Blears expenses charges denied



Posted by Tony Flynn on 22nd January 2010 at 12:11 PM
Hazel Blears expenses charges denied

By: Tony Flynn

Matthew Baker a spokesman for Hazel Blears today strenuously denied the allegations made by The Hazel Must Go campaign that she is to be investigated by the Metropolitan Police into the allegations surrounding the expenses scandal.

He stated that it is simply not the case and it is wrong to suggest otherwise.

Report as offensive or innapropriate Comment by Guest  27th January 2010
hazel blears shes a coward

Report as offensive or innapropriate Comment by Guest  23rd January 2010
Ain't no stopping her now!! she's on the move. Just think on, 99% of the local electorate have better things to do with their life's than having to get in involved in politics, they just roll up to the polling station and vote for Labour just like their parents before them did and their parents as well. I bet that half the comrades involved in the removal of Hazel Blears are not Salfordians just silly little mischief makers being used by other forces at work. I bet the local right wing party are rubbing their grubby little paws, at the thought of the Labour party in Salford being ripped asunder by outsiders. Cassandra

Report as offensive or innapropriate Comment by Guest  23rd January 2010
In your dreams, how can she win with just your pathetic Vote?

Report as offensive or innapropriate Comment by Guest  23rd January 2010
She will be comfortably re-elected. There is no competition.

Report as offensive or innapropriate Comment by Guest  23rd January 2010
Cassandra Blears. Stop smoking those turnip leafs, foresight is a marvellous gift to have, if for one second she was to put in her Election leaflets that she was going to Rip the constituents of Salford off she would even get in our house never mind parliament. She’s a con merchant and you have succumbed.

Report as offensive or innapropriate Comment by Guest  23rd January 2010
Why is everyone being so hypocritical of Hazel!. Remember when you voted for a local girl who said she represented the true face of Salford,she was true to her word, instead of doing it at a local level good old Hazel went for the big one, and in the true Salford spirit, which deep down we all admire her for, she will "fall out of the co-op window and land in the divi"Remeber guys and gals you get the M.P. you voted for, and guess what? I will bet my next weeks Giro Hazel will be swanning back to London in May cos as good old Harold Wilson said " a weeks a long time in poltics" and it will be you lot voting her in. Cassandra

Report as offensive or innapropriate Comment by Guest  23rd January 2010
If Jimmy Cranky is your type.

Report as offensive or innapropriate Comment by Guest  23rd January 2010
She's a babe

Report as offensive or innapropriate Comment by Guest  23rd January 2010
"Fit"? Are you insane?

Report as offensive or innapropriate Comment by Guest  22nd January 2010
She looks quite fit in that photo. OK she got caught out and paid back, c'mon would we not all kick the proverbial a*se out of a good number if allowed?. Realist of Salford.

Report as offensive or innapropriate Comment by Guest  22nd January 2010
If she hasn’t been investigated, Why not is she any different than the people of Salford, she’s always banging on that Mps being representative of its constituents and if one committed the same as blears they would be put before the Beak and rightly so. She’s Scum.

Report as offensive or innapropriate Comment by Guest  22nd January 2010
If she hadnt done anything wrong, why wave a cheque offering to pay back -vampire

Report as offensive or innapropriate Comment by Guest  22nd January 2010
no smoke without fire

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