Thursday, 17 June 2010

Another Piggy in the Dock

Eric Illsley faces three charges under section 17 of the Theft Act 1968 for alleged false accounting, relating to three years of expenses claimed on his second home in London.


He is the fifth politician to face criminal charges after the expenses scandal last year.

It is alleged he dishonestly claimed expenses for council tax, service/maintenance, repairs/insurance, utilities and communications at his second home in Kennington, south London, between May 2005 and April 2008.

He gave a not guilty plea indication at City of Westminster Magistrates' Court.

Senior district judge Timothy Workman granted Mr Illsley unconditional bail and committed his case to Southwark Crown Court for a plea and case management hearing on July 22.

We still await the trials of former Labour MPs David Chaytor, Elliot Morley, and Jim Devine, and Tory peer Lord Hanningfield, also known as Paul White, who are accused of theft by false accounting.

Personally that Tory Turd Liam Fox should be with them.

Go to jail and do not collect £200.00 as you have been doing that too many times before..............but you might need some lube.

Infact did the "You've been Cromwelled" site not do a "Lube for a Lag" thing.

Must go check.


Anonymous said...

Hope the fat wee git cops for it, but like the others I think he could probably drop his soap a hundred times a day and be quite safe.

Lags may be desperate but there a limit, surely? ye gads, he's UGLY as well as crooked.

But isn't a shame that the ones at the top who were crooked never got done. It's these little nothings that will cop for it to satisfy all us annoying little people who keep interfering in their gravy train.

The Last Of The Few said...

True Tris very true.

We have blogged many times on the subject............if it was you or I we would already be behind bars.


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