Esther overlooked in cabinet promotion

Wirral Globe: Esther overlooked in cabinet promotion Esther overlooked in cabinet promotion

The Prime Minister has Tweeted that Sajid Javid, a Treasury minister, is to be his new culture secretary.

Javid was tipped for a cabinet post but it was thought he might not get this one because David Cameron would want to appoint a woman.

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1:42pm Wed 9 Apr 14

mickey1more says...

Esther is earmarked for a better job. Watch this space. Cabinet Reshuffle soon !
Esther is earmarked for a better job. Watch this space. Cabinet Reshuffle soon ! mickey1more
  • Score: -1

2:10pm Wed 9 Apr 14

nivekd says...

mickey1more wrote:
Esther is earmarked for a better job. Watch this space. Cabinet Reshuffle soon !
Can there be a better job than making life miserable for millions whilst repeating endlessly, "itsnotabedroomtaxit
snotabedroomtaxitsno
tabedroomtaxitsnotab
edroomtaxitsnotabedr
oomtaxitsnotabedroom
tax... oh, by the way, of course the tunnel tolls are a tax on all the hard-working commuters of Wirral West".
[quote][p][bold]mickey1more[/bold] wrote: Esther is earmarked for a better job. Watch this space. Cabinet Reshuffle soon ![/p][/quote]Can there be a better job than making life miserable for millions whilst repeating endlessly, "itsnotabedroomtaxit snotabedroomtaxitsno tabedroomtaxitsnotab edroomtaxitsnotabedr oomtaxitsnotabedroom tax... oh, by the way, of course the tunnel tolls are a tax on all the hard-working commuters of Wirral West". nivekd
  • Score: 20

2:32pm Wed 9 Apr 14

Tautology says...

This woman has started showing her true colours in her new post. I'm a self employed tax payer, who cares were my 'hard earned' goes! But 'you' Ms McVey, make "Thatcher the Milk Snatcher" look like Mother Teresa!
This woman has started showing her true colours in her new post. I'm a self employed tax payer, who cares were my 'hard earned' goes! But 'you' Ms McVey, make "Thatcher the Milk Snatcher" look like Mother Teresa! Tautology
  • Score: 18

3:49pm Wed 9 Apr 14

minimad69 says...

Ha! - the greasy pole of political advancement has suddenly become greasier.

Nice to see somebody with no discernible talent, not get on....
Ha! - the greasy pole of political advancement has suddenly become greasier. Nice to see somebody with no discernible talent, not get on.... minimad69
  • Score: 15

9:54pm Wed 9 Apr 14

Jimrob says...

It should be obvious to all that the real reason that she didn't get the job is because she sounds like a cheap Lime Street hooker.

What kind of "Culture" would that portray to the world?
It should be obvious to all that the real reason that she didn't get the job is because she sounds like a cheap Lime Street hooker. What kind of "Culture" would that portray to the world? Jimrob
  • Score: 4

8:41am Thu 10 Apr 14

WirralAl says...

Jimrob wrote:
It should be obvious to all that the real reason that she didn't get the job is because she sounds like a cheap Lime Street hooker.

What kind of "Culture" would that portray to the world?
100% true. Ruff as a dog rear. Mind you it make a change from the rest of the old Estonian's What !
[quote][p][bold]Jimrob[/bold] wrote: It should be obvious to all that the real reason that she didn't get the job is because she sounds like a cheap Lime Street hooker. What kind of "Culture" would that portray to the world?[/p][/quote]100% true. Ruff as a dog rear. Mind you it make a change from the rest of the old Estonian's What ! WirralAl
  • Score: 8

9:02am Thu 10 Apr 14

woodyres2 says...

Tautology wrote:
This woman has started showing her true colours in her new post. I'm a self employed tax payer, who cares were my 'hard earned' goes! But 'you' Ms McVey, make "Thatcher the Milk Snatcher" look like Mother Teresa!
Nice One !!
[quote][p][bold]Tautology[/bold] wrote: This woman has started showing her true colours in her new post. I'm a self employed tax payer, who cares were my 'hard earned' goes! But 'you' Ms McVey, make "Thatcher the Milk Snatcher" look like Mother Teresa![/p][/quote]Nice One !! woodyres2
  • Score: 11

9:26am Thu 10 Apr 14

uncatom says...

I think Dave is trying to pander to the wider electorate, a representative of the ethnic minority looks better than one foot in mouth Secretary being replaced by another foot in mouth and shoot in foot Secretary, or perhaps she never put her cv in, or maybe Dave reads to many blonde jokes.
I think Dave is trying to pander to the wider electorate, a representative of the ethnic minority looks better than one foot in mouth Secretary being replaced by another foot in mouth and shoot in foot Secretary, or perhaps she never put her cv in, or maybe Dave reads to many blonde jokes. uncatom
  • Score: 4

4:26pm Thu 10 Apr 14

nivekd says...

uncatom wrote:
I think Dave is trying to pander to the wider electorate, a representative of the ethnic minority looks better than one foot in mouth Secretary being replaced by another foot in mouth and shoot in foot Secretary, or perhaps she never put her cv in, or maybe Dave reads to many blonde jokes.
Surely the issue is not (or at least shouldn't be) the colour of his skin and the fact his dad was a bus driver or the colour of her hair and her dad has a demolition business. The issue is that this new bloke is a millionaire banker with an iffy set of business connections and she has been responsible for the most vindictive set of 'welfare' policies since workhouses disappeared. They both belong to a party which has declared class war on the majority of the population and a government which exists solely to shore up the interests of its chums in the City. We are not all in it together but clearly, on this week's evidence, they are all in it for what they can get out of it together.
[quote][p][bold]uncatom[/bold] wrote: I think Dave is trying to pander to the wider electorate, a representative of the ethnic minority looks better than one foot in mouth Secretary being replaced by another foot in mouth and shoot in foot Secretary, or perhaps she never put her cv in, or maybe Dave reads to many blonde jokes.[/p][/quote]Surely the issue is not (or at least shouldn't be) the colour of his skin and the fact his dad was a bus driver or the colour of her hair and her dad has a demolition business. The issue is that this new bloke is a millionaire banker with an iffy set of business connections and she has been responsible for the most vindictive set of 'welfare' policies since workhouses disappeared. They both belong to a party which has declared class war on the majority of the population and a government which exists solely to shore up the interests of its chums in the City. We are not all in it together but clearly, on this week's evidence, they are all in it for what they can get out of it together. nivekd
  • Score: 10

4:39pm Thu 10 Apr 14

hobroW says...

When Ms McVey is likely to lose her seat it is easier to do unpopular things being expendable.

Please not the Lords. Please no
When Ms McVey is likely to lose her seat it is easier to do unpopular things being expendable. Please not the Lords. Please no hobroW
  • Score: 7

6:50pm Thu 10 Apr 14

uncatom says...

nivekd wrote:
uncatom wrote:
I think Dave is trying to pander to the wider electorate, a representative of the ethnic minority looks better than one foot in mouth Secretary being replaced by another foot in mouth and shoot in foot Secretary, or perhaps she never put her cv in, or maybe Dave reads to many blonde jokes.
Surely the issue is not (or at least shouldn't be) the colour of his skin and the fact his dad was a bus driver or the colour of her hair and her dad has a demolition business. The issue is that this new bloke is a millionaire banker with an iffy set of business connections and she has been responsible for the most vindictive set of 'welfare' policies since workhouses disappeared. They both belong to a party which has declared class war on the majority of the population and a government which exists solely to shore up the interests of its chums in the City. We are not all in it together but clearly, on this week's evidence, they are all in it for what they can get out of it together.
It was a lighthearted attempt to highlight the shallowness of this government, I did not mention skin colour nor allude to any employment, As I said politics is all about window dressing, different people to appeal to different levels of society, all said and done as you quite rightly say, they are all in it for what they can milk out of the system, for themselves and their friends and families.
[quote][p][bold]nivekd[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]uncatom[/bold] wrote: I think Dave is trying to pander to the wider electorate, a representative of the ethnic minority looks better than one foot in mouth Secretary being replaced by another foot in mouth and shoot in foot Secretary, or perhaps she never put her cv in, or maybe Dave reads to many blonde jokes.[/p][/quote]Surely the issue is not (or at least shouldn't be) the colour of his skin and the fact his dad was a bus driver or the colour of her hair and her dad has a demolition business. The issue is that this new bloke is a millionaire banker with an iffy set of business connections and she has been responsible for the most vindictive set of 'welfare' policies since workhouses disappeared. They both belong to a party which has declared class war on the majority of the population and a government which exists solely to shore up the interests of its chums in the City. We are not all in it together but clearly, on this week's evidence, they are all in it for what they can get out of it together.[/p][/quote]It was a lighthearted attempt to highlight the shallowness of this government, I did not mention skin colour nor allude to any employment, As I said politics is all about window dressing, different people to appeal to different levels of society, all said and done as you quite rightly say, they are all in it for what they can milk out of the system, for themselves and their friends and families. uncatom
  • Score: 7

8:41am Fri 11 Apr 14

ordinary personn says...

Personally, I would prefer her as culture secretary than in her current role - she could do less damage as culture secretary. Instead she stays in her current role and will continue to worsen the lives of ordinary people and persecute the sick, the disabled, the unemployed and anybody who dares to have a "spare" bedroom.

We can only hope that she loses her seat but I'm convinced that there are enough Daily Mail reading tories in her constituency to ensure she will retain it.
Personally, I would prefer her as culture secretary than in her current role - she could do less damage as culture secretary. Instead she stays in her current role and will continue to worsen the lives of ordinary people and persecute the sick, the disabled, the unemployed and anybody who dares to have a "spare" bedroom. We can only hope that she loses her seat but I'm convinced that there are enough Daily Mail reading tories in her constituency to ensure she will retain it. ordinary personn
  • Score: 9

8:44pm Sat 12 Apr 14

GWB1983 says...

Even the Tories know she is toxic, and a criminal who attacks those who can't defend themselves, she and her ilk are cowards.
Even the Tories know she is toxic, and a criminal who attacks those who can't defend themselves, she and her ilk are cowards. GWB1983
  • Score: 7

8:46pm Sat 12 Apr 14

GWB1983 says...

ordinary personn wrote:
Personally, I would prefer her as culture secretary than in her current role - she could do less damage as culture secretary. Instead she stays in her current role and will continue to worsen the lives of ordinary people and persecute the sick, the disabled, the unemployed and anybody who dares to have a "spare" bedroom.

We can only hope that she loses her seat but I'm convinced that there are enough Daily Mail reading tories in her constituency to ensure she will retain it.
She is my MP, I never voted for her and nor did my family, come the next election she will be history as M Greenwood of Labour will regain the seat.
[quote][p][bold]ordinary personn[/bold] wrote: Personally, I would prefer her as culture secretary than in her current role - she could do less damage as culture secretary. Instead she stays in her current role and will continue to worsen the lives of ordinary people and persecute the sick, the disabled, the unemployed and anybody who dares to have a "spare" bedroom. We can only hope that she loses her seat but I'm convinced that there are enough Daily Mail reading tories in her constituency to ensure she will retain it.[/p][/quote]She is my MP, I never voted for her and nor did my family, come the next election she will be history as M Greenwood of Labour will regain the seat. GWB1983
  • Score: 7

3:47pm Sun 13 Apr 14

ordinary personn says...

GWB1983 wrote:
ordinary personn wrote:
Personally, I would prefer her as culture secretary than in her current role - she could do less damage as culture secretary. Instead she stays in her current role and will continue to worsen the lives of ordinary people and persecute the sick, the disabled, the unemployed and anybody who dares to have a "spare" bedroom.

We can only hope that she loses her seat but I'm convinced that there are enough Daily Mail reading tories in her constituency to ensure she will retain it.
She is my MP, I never voted for her and nor did my family, come the next election she will be history as M Greenwood of Labour will regain the seat.
I hope that you are correct but sadly I am not as positive as you that there are enough non-tory voters in her constituency to ensure she loses her seat.
[quote][p][bold]GWB1983[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ordinary personn[/bold] wrote: Personally, I would prefer her as culture secretary than in her current role - she could do less damage as culture secretary. Instead she stays in her current role and will continue to worsen the lives of ordinary people and persecute the sick, the disabled, the unemployed and anybody who dares to have a "spare" bedroom. We can only hope that she loses her seat but I'm convinced that there are enough Daily Mail reading tories in her constituency to ensure she will retain it.[/p][/quote]She is my MP, I never voted for her and nor did my family, come the next election she will be history as M Greenwood of Labour will regain the seat.[/p][/quote]I hope that you are correct but sadly I am not as positive as you that there are enough non-tory voters in her constituency to ensure she loses her seat. ordinary personn
  • Score: 5

6:54pm Sun 13 Apr 14

GWB1983 says...

ordinary personn wrote:
GWB1983 wrote:
ordinary personn wrote:
Personally, I would prefer her as culture secretary than in her current role - she could do less damage as culture secretary. Instead she stays in her current role and will continue to worsen the lives of ordinary people and persecute the sick, the disabled, the unemployed and anybody who dares to have a "spare" bedroom.

We can only hope that she loses her seat but I'm convinced that there are enough Daily Mail reading tories in her constituency to ensure she will retain it.
She is my MP, I never voted for her and nor did my family, come the next election she will be history as M Greenwood of Labour will regain the seat.
I hope that you are correct but sadly I am not as positive as you that there are enough non-tory voters in her constituency to ensure she loses her seat.
Well prior to her we had a Labour MP for well over 10-12 years, but I do understand where you are coming from, people are very gullible to swallow lies from this crowd but I do think the majority will see through it and M Greenwood will be elected as MP.
[quote][p][bold]ordinary personn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]GWB1983[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ordinary personn[/bold] wrote: Personally, I would prefer her as culture secretary than in her current role - she could do less damage as culture secretary. Instead she stays in her current role and will continue to worsen the lives of ordinary people and persecute the sick, the disabled, the unemployed and anybody who dares to have a "spare" bedroom. We can only hope that she loses her seat but I'm convinced that there are enough Daily Mail reading tories in her constituency to ensure she will retain it.[/p][/quote]She is my MP, I never voted for her and nor did my family, come the next election she will be history as M Greenwood of Labour will regain the seat.[/p][/quote]I hope that you are correct but sadly I am not as positive as you that there are enough non-tory voters in her constituency to ensure she loses her seat.[/p][/quote]Well prior to her we had a Labour MP for well over 10-12 years, but I do understand where you are coming from, people are very gullible to swallow lies from this crowd but I do think the majority will see through it and M Greenwood will be elected as MP. GWB1983
  • Score: 3

7:00pm Sun 13 Apr 14

GWB1983 says...

mickey1more wrote:
Esther is earmarked for a better job. Watch this space. Cabinet Reshuffle soon !
Yes making post bags in jail with her boss IDS, both criminals no matter who you vote for.
[quote][p][bold]mickey1more[/bold] wrote: Esther is earmarked for a better job. Watch this space. Cabinet Reshuffle soon ![/p][/quote]Yes making post bags in jail with her boss IDS, both criminals no matter who you vote for. GWB1983
  • Score: 1

2:23pm Tue 15 Apr 14

Clever1 says...

nivekd wrote:
mickey1more wrote:
Esther is earmarked for a better job. Watch this space. Cabinet Reshuffle soon !
Can there be a better job than making life miserable for millions whilst repeating endlessly, "itsnotabedroom
taxit
snotabedroomtaxitsno

tabedroomtaxitsnotab

edroomtaxitsnotabedr

oomtaxitsnotabedroom

tax... oh, by the way, of course the tunnel tolls are a tax on all the hard-working commuters of Wirral West".
What's that song? Bye Bye Esther... the wicked witch is dead. She ought to come and see a couple of hard WORKING FAMILIES in Birkenhead who are reliant on charity (food banks) to get by.
[quote][p][bold]nivekd[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mickey1more[/bold] wrote: Esther is earmarked for a better job. Watch this space. Cabinet Reshuffle soon ![/p][/quote]Can there be a better job than making life miserable for millions whilst repeating endlessly, "itsnotabedroom taxit snotabedroomtaxitsno tabedroomtaxitsnotab edroomtaxitsnotabedr oomtaxitsnotabedroom tax... oh, by the way, of course the tunnel tolls are a tax on all the hard-working commuters of Wirral West".[/p][/quote]What's that song? Bye Bye Esther... the wicked witch is dead. She ought to come and see a couple of hard WORKING FAMILIES in Birkenhead who are reliant on charity (food banks) to get by. Clever1
  • Score: 5

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