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THE LORDS - Kinnock conflict of interest

I am Neil Kinnock - I am declaring a conflict of interest in House of Lords EU debate as my EU Pension rules say I must support the EU - Yes he actually has to support the EU or lose his pension. HE SIGNED AN OATH!


  1. This is one of THE major problems here, when someone decides that an oath to a foreign body supersedes the oath to the Crown!
    This is NOT a "Conflict of interest", but it IS a declaration that his loyalties lies abroad.

  2. That's right. His money comes, ultimately, from the British taxpayer; his loyalty is to the Crown and the people, culture, and nation that represents. And that loyalty extends to all those who died, over the millennia, to ensure survival of those elements and freedom from the crass 'crats of euroland. In short, this man admits that he's a quisling.

  3. what a family of money grubbing TRAITORS the Kinnock family are,including the latest leech.

  4. Leeches cannot help sucking the blood. The Kinnocks choose to be traitors.

  5. In days of old he would end up going through traitors gate in to the Tower...we really really really need to abolish this unelected house..WE the people demand that this house is abolished

  6. This place should be shut down with immediate effect, these rich unelected has beens,who claim their £300 per day for sleeping!! should be shown the door......

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  9. Traitorous scum bag,you definitely don't deserve a UK pension and I hope you stop receiving the EU pension after Brexit.Long live Democracy.

  10. If he and Mrs Kinnock are not happy about the situation they are free to move to mainland Europe and possibly still keep him £83000 per annum plus his wife's but to be honest never did like the TWAT.

  11. A traitor to his country for a pension this thing was the labour leader supposed to represent the working class people who died for this country words fail me.

  12. A traitor to his country for a pension this thing was the labour leader supposed to represent the working class people who died for this country words fail me.

  13. this is what its been all about with these scum bags , MONEY , a disgrace . why has the bbc not reported this.

  14. It was probably one of these scumbags that introduced the ruling stopping OAPs who choose to live outside of the EU from getting their annual cost of living increases, money grabbing bastards.

  15. Sounds like a dictatorship and not a democracy. However I suspect Kinnock would be a Remained.


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