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    Bercow Speaker of Parliament


    ‘Bercow MUST GO!’ MPs plot removal of controversial Speaker after ‘Brexit bias’ claims



    JOHN Bercow could be unseated by MPs if he doesn’t step down in summer following the Brexit extension, it has been reported.

    MPs are said to be collecting signatures in support of a no confidence vote if the Speaker does not quit in June. Mr Bercow has previously said he intends to look for a successor after holding the position for 10 years. However, a senior Conservative source told The Daily Telegraph: “Bercow is going nowhere. He is determined to see Brexit through.”

    Another source said: “He’s coming under quite a lot of pressure to stay in the chair while Brexit remains so uncertain.”

    One MP who supports his departure said: “Even if it doesn't work, we can't just stand by and let him ride a coach and horses through our constitution without registering a protest.”

    Labour MPs Chris Bryant and Harriet Harman have said they are interested in becoming Speaker.

    Mr Bryant told the paper: “I'll be a candidate," while friends of Ms Harman said she was "certain to run" and told journalists that Mr Bercow “wants to go before the summer recess”.

    Contenders for the role also include deputy speakers Dame Eleanor Laing and Lindsay Hoyle.


    The news follows criticism of the Commons speaker over his reported Brexit “bias”.


    Reports earlier this year said the Tory MP might not received a peerage when he retires because of his behaviour during Commons Brexit debates.

    Former Commons Speakers have been automatically offered a seat in the House of Lords for the past 230 years meaning this block would break tradition.

    A Cabinet source told the paper at the time: "It's a good job peerage nominations are in our gift."I'm sure we'll be thinking carefully about which individuals we would choose to elevate to the House of Lords."I can't imagine we would look favourably on those who've cheated centuries of procedure."

    A spokeswoman for the Speaker told the paper: “The Speaker was elected by the House in 2017 for the course of the Parliament. In the event he has anything to say on his future plans, he will make an announcement to the House first.”

    ‘Bercow MUST GO!’ MPs plot removal of ... - express.co.uk 13/04/2019.





    John Bercow faces backlash over 'bollocks to Brexit' car ...

    https://www.telegraph.co.uk/politics/2018/03/13/john-bercow-faces...
    10/01/2019 · John Bercow enraged MPs and faced calls to resign after he was found to have affixed a sticker to his car window which said: “bollocks to Brexit, it’s not a done deal”.







    Bercow was born in Edgware, Middlesex, the son of Brenda (Bailey) and Charles Bercow, a taxi driver. His father was born to a Jewish family and his mother converted to Judaism. His paternal grandparents were Jews who arrived in Britain from Romania a century ago. Having settled in the UK, the family anglicised its surname from Berkowitz to Bercow.

    John Bercow - Wikipedia
    Early life and education


    Bercow has shown strong bias over Brexit and there would have been much more criticism of him if he wasn’t jewish.

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    Bercowitz has to go! This poisonous Jewish dwarf should never have been appointed Commons Speaker in the first place

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    MP Tables Motion to Debate No Confidence in Remainer Speaker Bercow


    Brexiteer Tory MP Crispin Blunt has tabled an early day motion for debate of taking a formal position of no confidence in Speaker of the House of Commons John Bercow, based on how he has handled Parliamentary procedure in favour of Remainers.




    Mr Blunt revealed Tuesday afternoon that he had tabled an early day motion — motions submitted for which there is no fixed day of debate — writing, “There are well over 100 MPs profoundly unhappy with the conduct of the Speaker” and his “handling of the Brexit issue.” “His decisions have helped contribute to the national paralysis on this great question of our day. His position is overt and wholly partial and the only means for properly saying so under our rules, as the assumption of the Speaker’s impartiality by our customs and practice, is on a substantive motion.”

    Mr Blunt made the point that he would not list the motion under any other MPs’ names other than his, as “many others continue to fear the consequences of being against a Speaker, who has such influence over their Parliamentary life, even if they have 100 supporters. This motion will lie open for the rest of this Parliamentary session and if 100 MPs let me know that they are prepared to sign it, I will then add their names to my own,” he added.

    Mr Blunt sent out an email last week, according to Westminster blog Guido Fawkes, canvassing for support, saying that amongst support for the motion were members of the front bench. Speaking to Tom Swarbrick on LBC today, Mr Blunt said, “I think the question of his partiality over Brexit is now over and it needs to be formally called out.”


    The MP, who voted for Leave and backed Prime Minister Theresa May’s controversial Withdrawal Agreement but does not rule out a clean, no deal Brexit, added, “There is an open secret here of collusion with Oliver Letwin and Yvette Cooper in trying to find ways of disrupting the Government’s management of Brexit business.”

    Making the “central indictment” Mr Bercow’s handling of parliamentary precedent, the Tory MP said, “What is completely certain in my mind is that the referee is on one side of the game.“That is demonstrated by his conduct — more subtly, in his discussion with those MPs who are trying to make life impossible for the Government to get its Withdrawal Agreement across the line and to obstruct the alternative route for Brexit which would be leaving the European Union with no agreement.”

    Mr Bercow had demonstrated in the past his alleged anti-Brexit bias when in March he selected four pro-Remain amendments for vote, and when the fact was observed with “some disappointment” by Brexiteer MP Mark Francois, the Speaker said, “Members do have to take the rough with the smooth.”

    While in January, the Speaker had been accused of breaching House of Commons precedent by ignoring the advice of clerks by abandoning Parliamentary procedure and allowing MPs to vote on an amendment intended to stop a no-deal Brexit.


    The day when an MP convicted of a criminal offence, and still serving her sentence (ie wearing a tag) was permitted to come into the House and vote, so that there was a tie, and then the speaker put in a casting vote, was the day that democracy and trust in our constitution died.
    The cowardly behaviour of too many - not all - backbench MPs in failing to call out both the government and the speaker on their contemptuous disregard for the rules has led to a breakdown of the respect which MPs seem to regard as their right. The House of Commons has trampled on both our constitution and the wishes of the public. I think it may be too late to put this right.



    MP Tables Motion to Debate No Confidence in Remainer Speaker Bercow 24 Apr 2019.

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    The day when an MP convicted of a criminal offence, and still serving her sentence (ie wearing a tag) was permitted to come into the House and vote, so that there was a tie, and then the speaker put in a casting vote, was the day that democracy and trust in our constitution died.
    Yes, Nigerian coon Fiona Onasanya and Jew-boy Bercowitz decided between them that Britain couldn't leave the EU without permission from Brussels!




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    In the laws of ancient Ireland if a person who is mentally incompetent does a crime, but is guided to do that crime by someone who is mentally competent, the mentally competent person is the one who is criminally culpable for the crime.

    Mental competence is something which needs to be defined. There is an IQ aspect to mental competence, yet there is also an EQ aspect. EQ refers to the emotions and moral character. Almost half of the White population is mentally incompetent in terms of their EQ, they are unable to stand up for themselves and lack a racial conscience.

    Whites who are mentally incompetent due to low EQ have been elevated to positions of authority and they are also being led to engage in things which are racially self-destructive. The criminal culprit in this situation is the Jews who are misleading them, but these whites have to be seen for what they are: they are mentally incompetent people, and them being in positions of authority puts the nation at risk just as having a mentally incompetent captain puts a ship at risk.

    Mental incompetence in the white community tends to involve the EQ of whites rather than the IQ, and whites have higher rates of low EQ than other races, this is evident in the lack of instinct among many whites to show racial solidarity.

    The low EQ of many of the whites in power makes them unable to do what is right for the country and therefore they should not be in positions of authority.

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    Order! Bercow expenses REVEALED - including Sky Sports subscription and photos for ‘fans’


    JOHN BERCOW has found himself embroiled in more controversy after it emerged he spent thousands of pounds of taxpayers’ money on extravagant trips abroad, TV subscriptions and drink receptions.



    The divisive Speaker of the Commons claimed expenses on a range of luxury activities and goods, figures released to the Mail Online under the freedom of information act have revealed. A staggering £12,352 of public money was spent to fund Mr Bercow and his secretary’s trip to Canada to meet business leaders last July. A further £660 was forked out on the four star Lords Nelson hotel, to ensure he had a comfy stay during the three-day conference.

    Further trips to Switzerland in September 2018 cost £389 and a trip to Latvia in March set taxpayers’ back a further £1285.

    Hard-working Britons are also funding the Speaker to the tune of thousands for him and his family to live in a rent-free apartment at Parliament.

    Meanwhile Mr Bercow is also understood to have claimed around £113 for his monthly Sky Sports subscription and £41 worth of on-demand films, although this was later reimbursed.

    A further £235 was spent on drinks at a dinner for senior parliamentarians as well as £70 on photos to send to his ‘fan club’.

    The Commons Speaker is no stranger to controversy and has fuelled divisions in parliament throughout the Brexit process with his choice of amendments for MPs to vote on.

    He also hit the headlines for refusing to let the Prime Minister bring back her withdrawal agreement to parliament without any changes.

    Mr Bercow also vetoed Donald Trump from addressing parliament during his first visit to the UK as US President in 2017. The Speaker had insisted Mr Trump should not be allowed to do so because of MPs’ “opposition to racism and to sexism”.

    Mr Bercow has been the Commons Speaker since June 2009.Previously he had reportedly told friends he was planning to stand down in the summer, having spent 10 years in the post. However earlier this week, he stated he had no immediate plans to step down while “momentous events taking place in Parliament”. Mr Bercow told The Guardian: “I’ve never said anything about going in July of this year. “Secondly, I do feel that now is a time in which momentous events are taking place and there are great issues to be resolved and in those circumstances, it doesn’t seem to me sensible to vacate the chair. “If I had any intention to announce on that matter I would do so to Parliament first.”

    A spokeswoman for Mr Bercow said: “The Speaker attends the annual G7 Speakers’ conference wherever it is held.“Last year, this was in Nova Scotia, and followed the G7 summit of world leaders in Quebec, which was attended by the Prime Minister.“The Speaker and his Private Secretary travel business class on long haul flights.” Regarding the Panel of Chairs, the spokeswoman said: “The Speaker’s office pays for the drinks reception beforehand and drinks served at the table.“The panel of chairs’ pay for their own food.”

    Mr Bercow is not restricted by the same spending rules as MPs, who are not allowed to claim expenses for food or alcohol.


    John Bercow expenses REVEALED - including Sky Sports... 02 Jun 2019.





    Its a good indication of the type of people who are MPs that this pompous git, despite his blatant bias, is still tolerated.

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    Poison Dwarf Speaker Bercow Jumps Before He Is Pushed


    John Bercow is finally quitting as Speaker of the House of Commons.



    How entirely fitting of the man and his methods that right to the very last he should do the most hateful and annoying thing possible: not clinging on to office so that we can enjoy the satisfaction of seeing him booted out in the imminent general election; but rather jumping before he is pushed…


    …and even worse, jumping, no doubt, into the House of Lords with his comfortable, ring-fenced retirement package – and continuing to annoy us with his vile neckwear, grandiloquent faux-archaic speech mannerisms, and dwarfish vaudeville comedy mugging, voting the wrong way on every issue going (because not only is he a Remainer but he’s an achingly PC lefty these days) and probably living forever.


    Bercow is living proof that there is no God. Or, that if there is a God, that He is the God of the Old Testament, the Book of Job especially, who wants to test us all by raining down eternal punishment upon us.


    Bercow only got the job of Speaker, of course, as the result of a collective act of spite from the Labour benches: they all voted him in by secret ballot because they recognised him as the Conservative MP most hated by his own party.


    Sure enough, Bercow has paid his Labour supporters back in spades – especially on the issue of Brexit which he has persistently sought to undermine by abusing his traditionally neutral office as Speaker and relentlessly favouring Remainers over Brexiteers during parliamentary debates and procedure.


    To hear the way he carries on about the sovereignty of parliament you could imagine he was doing democracy and British tradition a favour.


    He hasn’t.


    Bercow has ridden roughshod over the traditions of Britain’s unwritten constitution, torn up the parliamentary rule book and betrayed the people that parliament is supposed to serve.


    I leave the final words to some of those unlucky enough to have encountered him:


    “Bercow thinks he’ll walk away as a hero, when most people in the country don’t know who he is and those that do think he’s a nauseating wanker. The man has been central to stopping Brexit - the nation won’t thank him.”



    Delingpole: Poison Dwarf Speaker Bercow Jumps Before He Is Pushed09 IX 2019.


    Bercow is an exceptionally Horrible Ratbag.
    Instead of the House of Lords I would confine him permanently to Tower Hamlets.

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    Vindictive, hypocritical, biased... John Bercow was one of the worst Speakers in history


    Only once in my life have I had the pleasure of talking personally to John Bercow, who yesterday announced his impending resignation as Speaker of the House of Commons. In those days, the late 1990s, he was a far-out, Right-wing backbench Tory MP, though no less unctuous than he is now. Somehow this extreme Conservative transformed himself into a Speaker who was increasingly sympathetic to Labour, and then happy to twist parliamentary convention in order to frustrateBrexit.


    Many have discerned the influence of his wayward, Left-wing wife Sally, an exotic creature who attracted attention in many ways, not least by having an affair with her husband’s cousin, and also endorsing, via Twitter, unsubstantiated and libellous allegations against Lord McAlpine, a former treasurer of the Tory party.


    Yesterday she looked on fondly as Mr Bercow made a characteristically self-serving and solipsistic statement, declaring he would stand down as Speaker on October 31 – or immediately, if by some miracle the Government was able to persuade the Commons to agree to an early election, which it obviously isn’t.


    His melodramatic and sententious announcement was immediately followed by a series of sycophantic statements by Labour MPs, who declared that he was a champion of backbenchers’ freedom to challenge the executive – by which they meant the Tory Government.



    Many have discerned the influence of his wayward, Left-wing wife Sally (above), an exotic creature who attracted attention in many ways, not least by having an affair with her husband’s cousin


    The truth is that Mr Bercow has been one of the worst Speakers in history.



    No one would sensibly complain merely because he happened to exchange his Right-wing inclinations for Left-wing ones. In principle, his championing of the rights of backbench MPs was a thoroughly good thing. But far from being an even-handed defender of ordinary MPs, he was often biased, vindictive and hypocritical.


    No Speaker in modern times has so shamelessly manipulated parliamentary convention to suit his own political preferences. His preparedness to jettison the traditional impartiality of the Speaker and bend the rules to advance his own opinions was most visible over Brexit. He made no attempt to conceal where his heart lay. Most notoriously, a bright yellow ‘Bollocks to Brexit’ sticker was spotted on the windscreen of a black Range Rover parked in his official spot outside Parliament. In a talk to students at Reading University, he spoke about what he termed the ‘untruths’ of the Brexit campaign, referring to ‘promises that could no longer be kept’. Such a blatant lack of neutrality was bad enough in someone holding the ancient office of Speaker. It was made much worse when, during recent parliamentary convulsions, he did his utmost to thwart the outcome of the June 2016 referendum.


    For example, in January he plotted with Tory arch-Remainer Dominic Grieve to force Theresa May to come back to the Commons within three days of a parliamentary defeat. No Speaker had ever attempted such a manoeuvre.


    In March, he ruled that the Government could not reintroduce its withdrawal agreement to the Commons, using a probably spurious argument that MPs shouldn’t be asked to vote again on a proposition they had rejected. He trawled parliamentary history as far back as 1604 and produced a precedent as recently as 1920 to bolster his case.


    And yet, two months earlier, when he was doing his utmost to give Mr Grieve a helping hand, he had declared: ‘I am not in the business of invoking precedent. Nor am I under any obligation to do so.’


    Most recently, of course, he did not even attempt to disguise his feelings when siding with the Government’s opponents to allow them to seize control of the order paper and instruct the Prime Minister to seek an extension to Brexit if no agreement with the EU has been secured by October 19. Amid all the chaos and vitriol of the past few days, many observers have lost sight of just how revolutionary a development this was. Mr Bercow has done what no previous Speaker would have dreamt of doing.


    Thanks to him, for the first time in British history – or at any rate since the English Civil War in the mid-17th century – the fortunes of this country are essentially being directed by MPs rather than the government of the day.


    Labour and other opposition MPs against Brexit are of course cock-a-hoop and wholly unconcerned by Mr Bercow’s constitutional vandalism, even while they cheerfully accuse Boris Johnson of the very same vice. To their great shame, these people have overlooked other serious charges against Mr Bercow. If he had not been their defender and encourager over Brexit and other issues, they would have undoubtedly objected to his alleged behaviour.

    In 2018, BBC Newsnight accused the Speaker and two other MPs of intimidating Commons staff. In the case of Mr Bercow, it was suggested that he had bullied a senior Commons clerk, Kate Emms, to such a degree that she eventually quit her job with post-traumatic stress disorder. Meanwhile, another former private secretary, Angus Sinclair, told the BBC that Mr Bercow had bullied and intimated him. The Speaker brushed aside these claims, as he had those of Miss Emms. These allegations came after a devastating report by Dame Laura Cox QC which maintained that the Commons authorities – widely interpreted as meaning Mr Bercow – had tolerated a culture of bullying at Westminster.


    In normal circumstances, one would have expected the Labour Party (which is often in the forefront of those rooting out bullies) to put Mr Bercow under serious examination. To its great discredit, it did not. Wasn’t this because it didn’t wish to undermine a dependable ally? The Speaker also escaped rebuke, from Labour and, alas, most Tory MPs alike, over his keen appetite for freebies, which have been estimated to amount to more than £70,000 since he became Speaker of the Commons in 2009.


    While earning £153,145 a year and enjoying a lavish grace-and-favour home on whose refurbishment at least £20,000 has been spent, Mr Bercow received considerable gifts, mostly in respect of sports tickets for football and tennis matches. In one year alone, these amounted to nearly £19,000. These instances of self-indulgence may seem relatively trivial by the side of allegations of bullying and evidence of egregious bias over Brexit. All in all, they do not amount to a pretty picture.


    So I found the encomiums of Labour grandees yesterday very hard to take. According to the uber-Remainer Hilary Benn (whose outrageous seizing of the order paper Mr Bercow last week facilitated) the outgoing Speaker will be celebrated as the ‘backbenchers’ friend and supporter’ when ‘the history books come to be written’. Only in a very topsy-turvy world in which balance, fairness and manifest decency are set at nought, and respect for constitutional traditions has been thrown out of the window.


    Now, long after passing the retirement date set by himself, Speaker Bercow has finally decided to throw in the towel, no doubt believing his nefarious work has been done. When the Tory party (of which he is, unbelievably, a representative) said it would put up a candidate against him in his constituency at the forthcoming election, he knew the game was up. Good riddance, many of us will cry. We can only pray that Mr Bercow’s successor, Labour or Tory, will recognise that the Speaker of the Commons should be firm not rude, neutral not partisan, and consensual rather than divisive.



    John Bercow was one of the worst Speakers in history
    . Daily Mail 10 IX 2019.


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    I was listening to a parliamentary session yesterday and my main thought was: "isn't someone supposed to be controlling this rabble "

    It was just a free-for-all with almost constant heckling and interruptions; even members shouting across the floor at their opponents! Were it not for them addressing each other as "right honourable", "most worthy" and "learned gentlemen" (which sounded somewhat incongruous given all the attendant rudeness) you'd have never guessed it was a 'debate' taking place at Westminster

    The thought of these ill-mannered louts running the country is not a pleasant one and the decline in standards, which were never very high to begin with, has accelerated under the 'leadership' of John Berkowitz (his original Yiddish name) to the point where one can only assume that his ignorance and pomposity have had a contagious effect on the whole place over the past decade.

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    Britain has become a Republic with Bercow at its head




    As if on cue, the Speaker King John Bercow has stepped into the breach.


    Britain has become a Republic with Bercow at its head

    25 IX 2019.



    When will he really go?

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