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HAZEL BLEARS EXPOSED
 

Star date: 25 May 2009

MARY BURNS ON THE LEAST BIGGEST SURPRISE IN SALFORD!!!

Amidst all the current scandal surrounding Hazel Blears, the latest revelation will come as absolutely no surprise to anyone in Salford…


We've had second homes and non payment of capital gains tax…We've had Kit Kats and posh hotels and tvs and husband's train fares…We've had enough of Hazel's spending of public money to make everyone in Salford feel quite sick. But today more of Hazel's spending is revealed that will surprise no-one…

Yes, today, the Daily Telegraph reports that Hazel is amongst eight Ministers who bought `digital cameras or camcorders using office expenses'

Now, it's the biggest joke in Salford that Hazel only turns up to anything if  there's a press camera there…that the only time `my people' see her is when she's gawping out of the papers on a photo…

So why the camera or camcorder? Obvious innit? If the press photographers don't turn up she can just take a picture of herself or get one of her lackies to do it for her…Maybe she's addicted to having her photo taken…maybe she's got a whole secret room in one of her homes covered in photos of herself with `my people'…Maybe Hazel has got an exposure problem…doesn't really bear thinking about…

Meanwhile, the big Telegraph story today is about how nine Cabinet Ministers, including Hazel, claimed public money for personal tax advice…"in accordance with paragraph 2.3.3.2 of the Green Book on page 29" etc etc says her spokesperson…

Yeah, yeah, whatever, it's all `within the rules'


 

B R BENHAM wrote
at 9:11:28 AM on Saturday, July 11, 2009
While I think Hazel has spent too little time working for the needs of the people of Salford, I would like to point out that the Telegraph regularly advised people how to avoid CGT by flipping in their financial sections. Even now it runs adverts on "how to avoid inheritance tax". Since when has the Telegraph been the true friend of the working man????
 
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