Thursday, 21 February 2013

#UK Sinecure Pay (off?) Disgraced LIAR MP #CROWN

Just so you know, disgrace for LIARS in the UK Parliament, includes, Crown pay. ;)

Remind me again.

Who were they meant to be working for, and who sacked them?

Did we want it with a CROWN SINECURE.

We thought, actually, you might know nothing about tit <g>.

"Chiltern Hundreds

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Crown Steward and Bailiff of the three Chiltern Hundreds of Stoke, Desborough and Burnham
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IncumbentChris Huhne
since 5 February 2013
AppointerGeorge Osborne
WebsiteChiltern Hundreds and Manor of Northstead


The office of Crown Steward and Bailiff of the three Chiltern Hundreds of Stoke, Desborough and Burnham, commonly referred to as theChiltern Hundreds is a sinecureappointment which is used as a device allowing a Member of the United Kingdom Parliament (MP) to resign his or her seat. MPs cannot outright resign their seats; appointment to this position by the Chancellor of the Exchequerplaces the MP in a salaried position under the monarch, against the rules of Parliament. The MP's seat is therefore revoked and the MP has effectively resigned. The office is allocated in rotation with that ofSteward and Bailiff of theManor of Northstead[1] allowing two Members to #OPCLEANSWEEP #OPROTHSCHILD

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The appointment to an office of profit under the Crown is necessary because British MPs are not permitted simply to resign their seats from the House of Commons. This legal anomaly dates back to the 17th century when many MPs were often elected against their will. On 2 March 1624, a resolution was passed by the House of Commons making it illegal for an MP to quit or wilfully give up the seat. However under the Act of Settlement in 1701, any Member of Parliament accepting an office of profit under the Crown must give up his or her seat. This is the basis for the legal practice.
The Chiltern Hundreds were first officially used as a procedural device on 25 January 1751, to allow John Pitt, who at the time was one of the two MPs for the constituency of Wareham, to resign. Between 1756 and 1799, 11 MPs also left Parliament by accepting the Stewardship of the Manor of Old Shoreham. The Steward of the Manor of Hempholme was an alternative from 1845 to 1865.
On 20 March 1844, Sir George Henry Rose MP resigned his seat forChristchurch by becoming the steward of the Manor of Northstead inYorkshire. However the official book recording appointments to the various Stewardships indicates that Patrick Chalmers, MP for Montrose Burghs, was appointed as Steward of the Manor of Northstead on 6 April 1842.[3] But thewrit of election was changed to record that Chalmers had accepted the office of the Chiltern Hundreds.[4]
Resigning MPs now alternate between the stewardship of the Chiltern Hundreds and that of the Manor of Northstead."

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Lke Tony Blair.

George Bush.

U know.

Real TORTURING SCUMBAGS.

who just so happen to have SKIPPED OUT on THEIR time in the MILITARY.

And how you CLAP ON, don't you DUMBO!

Time to WISE UP!

U need BASIC TRAINING!!


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