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Labour Government Advert Is Banned By The ASA Which Undermines Brown’s Policing Pledge

Another Labour Government department has had it’s adverts banned by the Advertising Standards Authority according to Sky News.

This is another blow for the Government propaganda machine that they are wasting tax payers money on, for what are in effect, no more than party political broadcasts for Unite Labour.

A matter of days ago Ed Milibands Church of Climatology department had two adverts banned by the ASA becuase of flawed science and scare mongering about AGW.

The Home Office is the culprit this time, for an advertisment designed to mislead about the amount of time that police officers spend in local communities.

The Home Office’s “policing pledge” campaign says communities can expect their neighbourhood officers to be “on the beat” 80% of the time.

But the Advertising Standards Authority is expected to say it does not make clear that this time includes a range of duties and not just patrolling local streets. Read the rest of this entry

Harriet Harman Used Public Money For A Labour Party Rally

Deputy Labour Leader and repeatedly convicted traffic menace Harriet Harman has been caught out again, this time using tax payers money to fund her travel to a Labour Party rally in Exeter, seat of Ben Bradshaw, he of too many twits make a twat fame.

The real reason for Brown taking the Goats on the road, is really to try and rally Labour support in marginal constituences.

In a leaked letter from Ms Harman seen by The Times, she made plans to meet candidates, officials and trade unionists from across the South West region to discuss campaign strategy.

The letter, sent 12 days before the February 5 visit, said: “This will be a chance for me to hear directly from you as party members in a private meeting to talk about the issues and campaigning activity in the South West. It will be particularly helpful for me to hear from you in the run-up to the general election about the activities taking place in the area.”

Details of the meeting were not released to the press at the time.

Labour is vigorously defending the seat, held by Ben Bradshaw, the Culture Secretary, with a 8,559 majority over the Conservatives. Ed Balls used the same occasion to visit Plymouth, where Labour holds two seats. Read the rest of this entry

Baroness Scotland Accused of £170,000 Expense Fiddle

The Labour Attorney General

The Labour Attorney General

Honestly how much better can this get?

Baroness Scotland the Labour Attorney General not only breaks her own laws, but now she has wrongly claimed £38,280 per annum, since 2004.

Despite giving her his full backing, if Brown thinks Patricia Scotland can remain as Attorney General, he is stark raving mad writes Guido on his blog