The Impeachers Named

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1st November, 2006

On 22nd October 2006 I copied this list of 154 MPs who had added their names to the Impeach Blair website. Today, 1st November, the day after their Iraq motion in the Commons was lost, no list can be found on the site. Perhaps you can find it, and they were simply updating it when I looked. Who knows?

The long and the short of it is that THIS IMPEACHMENT and not the motion put before the House on 31st October, was their REAL intention. See page number 18 for more on this.

List of Supporters for Impeachment of Tony Blair

1. Clarke, Kenneth.
2. Simpson, Alan.
3. Campbell, Menzies.
4. Llwyd, Elfyn.
5. Salmond, Alex.
6. Hogg, Douglas.
7. Abbott, Diane.
8. Ainsworth, Peter.
9. Alexander, Danny.
10. Amess, David.
11. Ancram, Michael.
12. Austin, John.
13. Bacon, Richard.
14. Baker, Norman.
15. Baldry, Tony.
16. Barrett, John.
17. Benyon, Richard.
18. Binley, Brian.
19. Bone, Peter.
20. Bottomley, Peter.
21. Brake, Tom.
22. Breed, Colin.
23. Brooke, Annette.
24. Brown, Lyn.
25. Browne, Jeremy.
26. Browning, Angela.
27. Bruce, Malcolm.
28. Burstow, Paul.
29. Burt, Lorely.
30. Butterfill, John.
31. Cable, Vincent.
32. Campbell, Ronnie.
33. Carmichael, Alistair.
34. Caton, Martin.
35. Challen, Colin.
36. Clapham, Michael.
37. Clegg, Nick.
38. Cohen, Harry.
39. Corbyn, Jeremy.
40. Crabb, Stephen.
41. Cryer, Ann.
42. Curry, David.
43. Davey, Edward.
44. Davies, David TC.
45. Dorrell, Stephen.
46. Dorries, Nadine.
47. Duddridge, James.
48. Dunne, Philip.
49. Etherington, Bill.
50. Evans, Nigel.
51. Farron, Timothy.
52. Featherstone, Lynne.
53. Fisher, Mark.
54. Flynn, Paul.
55. Foster, Don.
56. Galloway, George.
57. George, Andrew.
58. Gerrard, Neil.
59. Gibson, Ian.
60. Gidley, Sandra.
61. Goldsworthy, Julia.
62. Goodwill, Robert.
63. Gray, James.
64. Greening, Justine.
65. Greenway, John.
66. Hancock, Mike.
67. Harris, Evan.
68. Harvey, Nick.
69. Heath, David.
69. Hemming, John.
70. Hoey, Kate.
71. Holmes, Paul.
72. Hopkins, Kelvin.
73. Hosie, Stewart.
74. Howarth, David.
75. Hughes, Simon.
76. Huhne, Chris.
77. Hunter, Mark.
78. Jackson, Glenda.
79. Jackson, Stewart.
80. Jones, Lynne.
81. Kawczynski, Daniel.
82. Keetch, Paul.
83. Kennedy, Charles.
84. Kilfoyle, Peter.
85. Kirkbride, Julie.
86. Kramer, Susan.
87. Lamb, Norman.
88. Law, Peter.
89. Laws, David.
90. Leech, John.
91. Liddell-Grainger, Ian.
92. Lilley, Peter.
93. MacNeil, Angus.
94. Main, Anne.
95. Marshall-Andrews, Robert.
96. McDonnell, Alasdair.
97. McDonnell, John.
98. McGovern, Jim.
99. Milton, Anne.
100. Mitchell, Austin.
101. Moore, Michael.
102. Moss, Malcolm.
103.Mulholland, Greg.
104.Murrison, Andrew.
105. Oaten, Mark.
106. Opik, Lembit.
107. Ottaway, Richard.
108. Pelling, Andrew.
109. Penning, Mike.
110. Penrose, John.
111. Price, Adam.
112. Pugh, John.
113. Reid, Alan.
114. Rifkind, Malcolm.
115. Riordan, Linda.
116. Robertson, Angus.
117. Rowen, Paul.
118. Russell, Bob.
119. Younger-Ross, Richard.
120. Sanders, Adrian.
121. Shapps, Grant.
122. Shepherd, Richard.
123. Short, Clare.
124. Smith, Robert.
125. Stanley, John.
126. Streeter, Gary.
127. Stuart, Graham.
128. Stunell, Andrew.
129. Swinson, Jo.
130. Syms, Robert.
131. Tapsell, Peter.
132. Taylor, Ian.
133. Taylor, Matthew.
134. Taylor, Richard.
135. Teather, Sarah.
136. Thurso, John.
137. Trickett, Jon.
138. Vaizey, Edward.
139. Walker, Charles.
140. Wallace, Ben.
141. Wareing, Robert N.
142. Webb, Steve.
143. Weir, Mike.
144. Whittingdale, John.
145. Williams, Hywel.
146. Williams, Mark.
147. Williams, Roger.
148. Williams, Stephen.
149. Willis, Phil.
150. Willott, Jenny.
151. Wilshire, David.
152. Wilson, Robert.
153. Wishart, Pete.
154. Wood, Mike.



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5 Responses to “The Impeachers Named”

  1. tonysgal Says:

    What a shower of shits. Lembit Opik…bit cheeky of him. I used to be in the Lib Dems, but after spotting Granpa’s name of the list, forget it. Dianne Abbott, she of the late night spot, well darling, you ain’t got half the charm Tony has. What am I saying, she hasn’t got any charm at all. The biggest laugh of all HAS to George ‘Sir, I salute you’ Galloway. Does ANYONE care what he thinks of anything, or was he just hanging about that day?

  2. tonysgal Says:

    What a shower of shits. Lembit Opik…bit cheeky of him. I used to be in the Lib Dems, but after spotting Grandpa’s name of the list, forget it. Dianne Abbott, she of the late night spot, well darling, you ain’t got half the charm Tony has. What am I saying, she hasn’t got any charm at all. The biggest laugh of all HAS to George ‘Sir, I salute you’ Galloway. Does ANYONE care what he thinks of anything, or was he just hanging about that day?

  3. keeptonyblairforpm Says:

    Hi tonysgal,

    Thanks for your comment.

    Galloway is the one who said he would have a moral dilemma deciding if he should tell the authorities if he knew of a plot to KILL THE PRIME MINISTER!!! A moral dilemma? MORAL? The idiot doesn’t know the meaning of the word.

    This site has a good report on the Galloway story if you want to read it.

    http://robnewman.typepad.com/rob_newman/2006/05/kill_tony_blair.html

    Here’s a bit of the Galloway interview:
    ……………………………………………………………….

    In an interview with GQ magazine he was asked whether a suicide bomb attack on Mr Blair would “be justified as revenge for the war on Iraq”.

    He said it would be morally equivalent to Mr Blair “ordering” Iraqi deaths.

    In the interview, former Daily Mirror editor Piers Morgan asked: “Would the assassination of, say, Tony Blair by a suicide bomber, if there were no other casualties, be justified as revenge for the war on Iraq?”

    The Respect MP replies: “Yes it would be morally justified. I am not calling for it, but if it happened it would be of a wholly different moral order to the events of 7/7.

    “It would be entirely logical and explicable, and morally equivalent to ordering the deaths of thousands of innocent people in Iraq as Blair did.”

    He was also asked whether he would alert the authorities if he knew Mr Blair was to be assassinated by Iraqis.

    Mr Galloway replied: “My goodness this is a moral maze.”
    ……………………………………………………………….

    Read it all here:

    http://robnewman.typepad.com/rob_newman/2006/05/kill_tony_blair.html

    But on more sane individuals – what disappoints me is that I would have expected quite a few of those MPs to have had more empathy for the situation Blair found himself in. Which was – to go with Bush, to try to contain his rashness AND to show, for the stability of the world, that it wasn’t just the evil US empire picking on the poor but driven fundamentalists.

    WORLD stability and maintaining the balance of power was in Blair’s mind as much as any threat, known or unknown against the west. What has Kenneth Clarke been doing all those years in parliament if he does not understand the complexities of political decision-making?

    Perhaps it’s just as well he didn’t become Tory leader (and I used to say he was the only useful one amongsts them!)

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  5. keeptonyblairforpm Says:

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