On 13 August 2009, the homosexual Tory MP and Shadow Leader of the House, Alan Duncan, was filmed secretly (with a glass of wine in his hand) by Green activist, Heydon Prowse.
Duncan, who is supposed to be the Tories' most prominent pro-active apologist regarding the Expenses scandal, opined thus on the Commons terrace:
"I spend my money on my garden... I could claim the whole bloody lot but I don't... I'm afraid the world has gone mad. No one who has done anything in the outside world, or is capable of doing such a thing, will ever come into this place again, the way we are going".
When questioned about the system as it is now, Duncan added:
"Basically, it's being nationalised. YOU HAVE TO LIVE ON RATIONS AND ARE TREATED LIKE SH**!”
I wonder, is there anyone out there who wouldn't be delighted to spend some time living on Alan Duncan’s "rations"?
The impoverished, sh**-treated multi-millionaire is, as we speak, paying back £4,000 of the expenses he claimed for his garden.
On 24 April 2009, Duncan, who has been touted as the next Conservative Home Secretary, threatened Miss California, Carrie Prejean, a contestant in the Miss America beauty pageant as follows:
“Silly bitch… If you read that Miss California has been murdered, you will know it was me won't you?" (Have I Got News for You)
Our wannabe Home Secretary was upset with Ms Prejean because, when asked at a beauty pageant whether every US state should legalise gay marriage, she replied:
“I believe that a marriage should be between a man and a woman. No offence to anybody out there, but that's how I was raised and that's how I think it should be. Between a man and a woman.”
Whose side are you on here, Miss "common-sense" California or the gay, Tory threatener who may soon have the power to inflict his aggressive, minority opinions upon the rest of us?
Duncan married his partner James Dunseath, a 40-year-old "press officer", in a civil ceremony in 2008.
Press Officer is an up-market way of describing a spin doctor.