Thursday, 31 October 2013

Nick Clegg Calls Young People C*$ts

Nick Clegg, as if the tuition fees saga didn't ruin his credibility with young people, has called 18-24 year olds c*$ts in an interview.

I'm sure he is deliberately trying to lose his university seat of Sheffield Hallam. 2015 awaits.

Breaking News: Sewell Hypocrisy

Sarah Jane Sewell is in the news today once again for hypocrisy over her political beliefs. Sarah Jane has publicly declared that she doesn't support the fact that lecturers are striking today saying on Facebook 'I'm paying the equiv of £50/lecture and I am losing that money tomorrow for my lecturer to go on strike. Hmmmm'. Sarah Jane a short time after that also gave a greater explanation on her views of the strike.

However this was not the position Sarah Jane took in her role as Royal Holloway SU's Ethics and Environmental officer. In a vote in the Students Union, which voted in the end to support strikes, Sarah Jane abstained. Her actions have brought much criticism from CFers who believe this is hypocrisy.

One of the many CFers who have contacted me over this has said "She has let down a lot of students. As a national youth officer, She has also let down the Conservative Party. But the main question is why does she lie about it on Facebook and say that she opposes the strikes. If she wants to support the strikes, she has every right to. We all know she's a closet Leftie anyway. Just don't pretend to care about students welfare."

Double Hypocrisy?

Indeed a little digging by #ThingsElliottSays shows that the hypocrisy doesn't stop there as for part of Sarah Jane's re-election campaign involved her claiming that people shouldn't just trust what she says but trust what she does/has done. She even shared a Facebook photo on this topic. I think many people will agree with her when she says 'don't trust words, trust actions'.

Also as a side note, whilst we are talking about Sarah Jane, like some opposition Cllrs in Wisbech, she has blocked me on Facebook and Twitter. A bit petty if you ask me and source of more embarrassment for her.


Sarah Jane has replied to my article.

However people who were present at the meeting have cast doubts onto Sarah Jane Sewell's account.

Wednesday, 30 October 2013


I am on the flagship political show for URN the big picture in ten mins. You can listen in to me at and hear me debate Russell Brand and his Newsnight appearance, the US spying on Mrs Merkel and the economy on the rise. Its going to be a good one tonight so make sure you tune in and text the studio.

Monday, 28 October 2013

Breaking News: South West Exec Member Resigns

Luke Stevens, who is regional membership officer for the South West, has resigned after wanting to reduce his commitments. At the last Dorset CF meeting Luke announced he would resign from his regional post to focus on being Dorset CF Chairman.

Luke with Colonel Cooper.

The minutes of the last Dorset CF meeting recorded that Luke's "commitments were taking up more of his time he was struggling to be satisfied with the job he is doing at regional level in what he should of achieved by now and was looking already to have achieved. Luke asked the exec on those grounds whether he should resign. The exec agreed and noted that it is better to focus on fewer things and struggle less. Luke sent his letter of resignation in the post the following day and would await the regional chairman coming back from holiday to accept the resignation."

Luke said exclusively to #ThingsElliottSays "It was a privilege to serve when I did and I wish my successor every success."

Dorset CF with Jeremy Hunt MP.

Dorset CF is focussing on the path forward for the European elections and the marginal seats in the area under Luke.

Mystic Ed

Can you predict the future? Sadly I can't and I know one other person who can't too. It's Ed Miliband. Whilst the country is on the up he predicted it would crash through the floor. Well sorry Ed, you are wrong.

The Sad Life of Ed Davey

Today Ed Davey must be very upset. Today was the windiest day for many years* and yet all the wind turbines have been turned off. Why you may ask? Because when the wind gets above a light breeze they are not allowed to produce electricity in case the generator breaks. What a sound investment these turbines have turned out to be.

Trying hard to hold back the tears.

What is more, despite the 1000 tonnes of concrete underneath each turbine, which does a great amount of environmental damage, they cannot stay up. Look at this wind turbine near Teignmouth; the only thing that can be said is that this turbine will not be generating electricity for a while. However, if you asked some of those Greenies like Caroline Lucas I bet they will still claim this wind turbine is producing lots of electricity. There is a fair chance of this because none of their other sums add up, so why should this one?

So wind turbines are only good when there is no wind. Another great invention paid for by me and you.

*Although in Nottingham it's not breezy at all.

Sunday, 27 October 2013


It's that time again. Yes, it's Port and Policy!!!!!!

This Port and Policy had some serious debate for once, because the committee choose some very somber topics to discuss for some reason. Still we had two very good debates which brought back the usual flame of the NUCA Torch. The top debater of the night in my opinion was Badger for, in the most hilarious way possible, telling me to shut up after I said the usual "Mushroom, Mushroom" after she was called to speak. She is the only Badger to have moved the goalposts. 

So onto the account of the night. It was good to see so many freshers come back and some new faces. 

However some people are just not committed enough to fly several hundred miles to come to Port and Policy. #Shame

This obviously caused some hostility.

I have only blanked out the swear word from Sarvie out of fear from the new government plans for censorship. These rules apply to my blog as well as newspapers. #Shame.

#Shame also goes to Will for not even trying to wear something formal (although he did come up with a good debate).

Anyway, for the first time ever, we didn't run out of port during the evening. But Alfie was prepared for anything.

So onto the debates.

However the debate had a very clear result.

Not so swivel eyed Mr Howlett. Also, are you any relation to the bucket of water which is Chairman Howe? The debate on the Death Penalty didn't last long which pleased Jenny.

We then moved onto a great debate on mass immigration. Is it good or bad for the UK?

Shoaib however thought we were talking about either Cuba or Vietnam.

Our pretend Conservative, Ben, also put his views forward.

A Bulgarian Lady, who also works with the EU, then declared we're all citizens of the EU. She was met with a resounding boo and this point.

I was talking about what mattered though and that is 'sound money'.

But Archie our resident Communist, who doesn't have any economic, and following that, moral sense, deplored sound money and free markets. #Shame.

UKIP however wouldn't support free market economics, they are protectionist and nothing like Mrs Thatcher. Alfie however thought the Tories can learn from UKIP.

This debate, as you'd think, was heated and a proper debate.

With the passionate debate it was no surprise some accidents may have occurred. All cleaned up though SU officers.

So onto the next debate about Edward Snowden.

However I had a strong Opinion. Snowden is a villain because he sold the details of US spys to the South China Sea Gazette, a shameful act that put their lives at risk. However I did agree with Snowden's whistle blowing and used popular culture in my speech to show that.

I agree with Felipe though, Snowden isn't the only traitor.

Alex wanted to have a big say on this topic too.

And so the debate ended. It was indistinguishable as to whether the ayes or noes won the debate. We should have gone to democratically vote in the division lobby but Jenny casted a deciding vote.

So onto the last, and somber, debate on abortion.

Some controversy was said however when someone questioned science.

Another controversial was the whole idea of throwing out universal suffrage whenever women are mentioned.

So that was Port and Policy, but Jenny didn't come out to the after-porty.

So that's it for P and P. Or it would have been if it were not for Alex Potts being very keen for me to do a blog article.