Wednesday, October 31, 2007

Translating the answer

UKIP's Lord Willoughby de Broke has submitted a Written Question about deportation.
Whether the Prime Minister's statement at the Labour Party conference that "any newcomer to Britain who is caught selling drugs or using guns will be thrown out" will apply to citizens of European Union member states.

And the Written Answer—the written answer, mark you—from Lord West is as follows:
I shall write to the noble Lord.

Translation: "you know as well as I do that of course it does not apply to EU citizens. Piss off and stop asking embarrassing questions."

5 comments:

Ingram said...

Lord West, somebody who I would hope would swear a little more allegience to the country, but in fact is just another Labour lackey. Lets hope he comes to his senses in times of national importance...

Mark Wadsworth said...

Cool. Let's see what they produce.

Anonymous said...

That is something that I noticed too. Did you notice that when Cameron wanted immigration to drop he said none EU state immigration specifically. Although most of the immigration is coming from the EU, by a large margin, so it makes little sense surely.

John Trenchard said...

Darth Saudi
C4 news, from last night. Darth Vader music is right at the start. Hilarious!

Anonymous said...

Yes it was funny that they played that darth vader music John. Also I think Cable was right to not meet with the Saudi's.