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How low can this man go?
He uses taxpayers’ money to make £1 million for himself by buying a farmhouse and associated land in Cheshire, using public funds to pay the mortgage interest, then selling it for around twice the original price and pocketing the cash.
He buys a standard train ticket, then is caught travelling in First Class.
Now this. After spending three years pummelling the sick and disabled people of the United Kingdom, this arrogant little brat steals one of their parking spaces.
Does this man have no shame at all?
Gideon was famously a member of Oxford University’s restaurant-smashing Bullingdon Club. He got into Oxford on a ‘demyship’ – a special kind of scholarship for “poor scholars of good morals and dispositions, fully equipped for study”.
Poor? He’s the millionaire son of Sir Peter Osborne, 17th Baronet, who co-founded the firm of fabric and wallpapers designers Osborne & Little.
His morals speak for themselves.
Paul Smyth said:
Reblogged this on The Greater Fool.
Surely Mike you mean his LACK of Morals?!
If you look at the picture in all it’s glory on the Daily Mirror site, you might see that the parking space on the other side of the entrance being used is NOT restricted. This would have given easier access to the car for Mr Osborne, so therefore, no excuse!
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Sue Paraszczuk said:
I once parked in a disabled slot at Sainsbury’s and forgot to display my Blue Badge and got a ticket. I paid the fine because I figured it was my own stupid fault. I wonder if Gormless George got a ticket. Would he pay it? Would he charge it to expenses (read taxpayers)? Would he claim he had some sort of privilege to park where he wanted to i.e. he was above the law? (A bit like Jack Straw when his chauffeur was found speeding).
We’re definitely NOT ‘all in it together’. We’re in it (the s**t) but they live on a different planet.
Bill Garnett said:
any chance the word ‘poor’ could refer to the poverty of his intellect rather than financial poverty??
Mike Sivier said:
I really want to say yes. However, Oxford isn’t known for opening its doors to dunces.
Maybe he is academically clever but it’s just in the real world that he’s lacking?
Don’t worry George. We’ve drafted some emergency legislation to rebrand the disabled parking bay icon. It retroactively means “for MPs only”.
Business as usual.
iain gillingham said:
Did you have the opertunity to watch C4 news tonight about 19.30pm? I have not laughed so much in ages, yon kid was succinct and to the point. There may be hope yet.
This guy must know something seriously dangerous about Mr. Cameron’s past to have been able to last this long! Maybe it’s got something to do with all that drug taking that Dave the Rave has consistently refused to discuss openly with the media?
Mike Sivier said:
I think we all know Osborne’s had his face in white powder of some description in his time; does Cameron really have a shady background? Truth will out…
He probably KNEW this was likely to make the news, and it’s his way of sticking his middle finger up at us all.
Phil The Folk said:
I’m with Ian Gillingham, the interviewee on Chanell 4 news got it right in saying, we’ll there might just be something disabled about George Osborn! It made me laugh anyway 🙂