Sunday, March 01, 2009

GREED


Trade union chief used £399-a-night Waldorf suite to save himself 35-minute journey home


One of the leaders of Britain's largest trade union has enjoyed the use of a £399-a-night hotel suite within yards of his office - to save a 35-minute journey to his £800,000 grace-and-favour home.


Derek Simpson, 64, the joint leader of Unite and a leading critic of 'fat-cat' banking bosses, has spent nights at the five-star Waldorf Hilton hotel in London, just 600 yards from his office.


The Mail on Sunday has established that Mr Simpson, a close political ally of Prime Minister Gordon Brown, recently spent four nights in one of the hotel's King Hilton suites, which boast such luxurious features as a king-size bed and 'body massage jets'.


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9 comments:

Anonymous said...

This is Orwell's 'Animal Farm'in action.

The Labour Party are dead.

Anonymous said...

I hope the BNP will be handing out this info to any strikers this year.

Anonymous said...

Greedy Bastard!

Britain Awake said...

I wouldn't get sick of stamping on that fat bastards head!

Anonymous said...

I wouldn't get sick of stamping on that fat bastards head!

01 March 2009 10:57


Hear hear

Anonymous said...

He looks slimey and corrupt

Anonymous said...

Ask him to collect this bionus in coin only.

Pol Pot.

Anonymous said...

He looks like the fat greasy greedy slug from 'DUNE'

Anonymous said...

`I wouldn't get sick of stamping on that fat bastards head'

If you started kicking that fat greedy bastard you would find yourself on the outside of a crowd doing the job for you, and by the time they let you finish putting the boot in his head would be a greasy patch spread from kerb to kerb.

Protest about the enforced starvation and murder of German soldiers AFTER WW2