April 30, 2006

Tracey Temple

Tracey… stop whinging love. You should have known better, and you've made over £100,000 for doing nothing.

Not to mention the fact he's ugly.

Stop complaining!

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  1. She has to whinge to get the £100k.


    30 Apr 2006, 12:23

  2. Apparently she's shacked up (so to speak) with Max Clifford now. Sympathy levels have reached rock bottom.

    30 Apr 2006, 12:25

  3. Why is it always ugly people who have affairs anyway?

    30 Apr 2006, 12:32

  4. Yeah, you'd think it would be handsome people like me who had affairs, but it's hard enough getting the wife in the first place, let alone cheat on her. There's something wrong with this world.

    30 Apr 2006, 12:46

  5. Clifford was very combatitively defensive when he was talking about the story being sold when on 5 live last night. Said it was over a quarter of a million that she got tho!
    I just love the way she thinks that the things written about her will ruin her reputation, as if sleeping with the married deputy prime–minister hasn't done that already. Fool, fool, fool!

    30 Apr 2006, 13:09

  6. Well she might have been able to hide a bit better if she'd just kept her bloody mouoth shut. Let's not forget that Prescott would have only told the papers if

    – they got wind of it and were threatening to publish

    – they got wind of it from Terrible Tracey and were threatening to publish

    – she was threatening to sell her story and Prescott took her at her word and told his wife and the papers first.

    That last one is an interesting option – was she trying to use the ol emotional blackmail on him to get him back/ get him to commit, but actually leading him to panic and spill his guts, or was she playing a clever political game?

    If the latter, she's even more cheeky to achieve her aim, AND rake it in.

    Max Clifford seems to be going through a spate of latching on to the next big non celebrity. I wonder if he's trying to prove things to himself and the world? Chantelle was his last big catch…until she came out and got pinched by John Knowle.

    30 Apr 2006, 23:55

  7. Well apparently (link I think), Clifford's only got her to tell half the story this week, so there'll be a whole load more sleazy allegations in next week's paper.

    Just bugger off, love and stop believing everything your agent tells you. No–one cares about you and the longer you confess your sordid deeds, the less people will respect you.

    01 May 2006, 12:16

  8. good post!!

    I watched her make her 'oh woe is me' speech and I have to say got a satisfactory degree of Sunday entertainment out of it. How ridiculous. Honestly? Firstly, she gets it on with Prescott who (you can tell without having to actually work for the man) is less than an admirable character. Talk about career move (I honestly cannot think of one other single reason for such a decision). But THEN she is shocked and upset at the fallout when it all comes to light? Now, correct me if I'm wrong, but when you sleep with someone known to the public, not to mention hes the sodding deputy PM, you're pretty much scoring yourself a one way ticket to getting rumbled on a national scale. For goodness sake, what did she THINK was going to happen.

    All of this is under the assumption that she actually IS shocked and dismayed by people finding out her sordid little passtime? Smells like a scam if you ask me. After all, how much money is there in being his secretary??! Bet its not in the six figures at any rate

    01 May 2006, 15:01

  9. Shall

    AND I bet Clifford re–wrote all her writings before they got anywhere near the papers anyway.

    Samantha – what's even more unbelievable is that all the same that can be said for Prescott. Clearly his inflated ego made him feel invincible.

    01 May 2006, 15:33

  10. Christopher Rossdale

    Clifford may actually be the most useless man on earth.

    01 May 2006, 17:40

  11. Ailsa J

    John Prescott….shudder….....
    That's all I have to say.

    01 May 2006, 18:09

  12. Bet Mrs Prescott was pleased she had someone to share the burden with.

    I'm surprised the office risk assessment done by Health and Safety didn't pick up on the chance of staff being impaled by a heavy object.

    The most unpleasant revelations of affairs since David Mellor's shenanigans.

    01 May 2006, 18:34

  13. Every day I wake up and log onto BBC News expecting one of the three to have resigned. But no, there's always some excuse. It's a good thing Neville Chamberlain didn't stay on to clear up the mess he'd made.

    Just go, for crying out loud! And take the Dear Leader with you!

    (I hear from a friend who knows about these things that Tracey Temple was allegedly useless and never worked. It seems as though Prezza emplyed two secretaries (at the public expense) – one to work and one to bang.)

    02 May 2006, 07:57

  14. James

    Having the grueome image of Prescott romping with these various tarts put me in mind of the way in which one of Nicholas 'Fatty' Soames' former lovers described their encounters – like having a fully loaded wardrobe fall on you with the key still in the door …

    Frankly as with most people I do not care what he does in his private life as long as public money etc isn't abused, as with the Blunkett nanny visa fiasco. But if Prescott does go, then great, and I won't be troubled over the reason. He was only ever in as a sop to old Labour. If Blair was killed or incapacitated, Prescott would be PM. Think about it ….

    The last time I saw Prescott make a speech was the first attack by Labour on David Cameron. He began with a joke, as seems compulsory for political speeches these days: "Dave Cameron. He's just an ordinary guy – who went to Eton!" Susbtitute for DC almost any member of the Labour cabinet (save Prezza himself) and where they went to school & university … "Tony Blair …. St John's Oxford!"

    02 May 2006, 11:40

  15. "Dave Cameron. He's just an ordinary guy – who went to Eton!"

    Prezza seems to have ignored the Dear Leader's advice:

    "In the end you can play the ball or play the man," he said "and if they play the man that's probably because they don't dare play the ball."

    Not at all like Labour's latest party political broadcast, then.

    02 May 2006, 14:15

  16. James

    You should send that one to Private Eye. They've a good one in the latest issue about the Labour TV ad which depicts Cameron as a chameleon and ascribes this to his PR past. The Eye then list all of the Labourites past and present who have worked in PR (Alastair Campbell, anyone?)

    02 May 2006, 14:48

  17. Deputy PM isn't the same as the US vice–president. 2jags has no automatic right to the throne should Blair expire prematurely and has no authority in the abscence of the PM.

    I think the position of DPM was initially created for the coalition in WW2 and since then has been used as a sort of consolation prize; usually by Tory Govenments.

    02 May 2006, 23:39

  18. James

    I know that, but Prescott would act as PM until a successor was chosen. Even that period, however brief, would be too much. He does that anyway while Blair is on holiday, but fortunately never says very much.

    03 May 2006, 10:22

  19. Christopher Rossdale

    Well, in the current climate they couldn't really put Brown in – and the other possiblities have just shown themselves to be grossly incompetent. Prescott's the best of a bad lot in that situation really.

    03 May 2006, 12:56

  20. Atomant

    I went to school with Tracey and she was pretty classy and hard for any of the lads to get near. Obviously we werent fat and ugly enough !

    11 May 2006, 20:39

  21. bazer

    cant any one say a word about how it feels to live though this nightmere . ? also some tell me how i should feel as i am the one who is betting myself up every day .

    12 Jun 2006, 23:42

  22. matt

    maybe he bribbed her. or she was drunk…

    28 Sep 2006, 18:36

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