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Wally of the Week: Vicky Pryce

Vicky Pryce’s appearance at the House of Lords is just priceless


Vicky Pryce, just like Katie Price, is a woman who can’t keep her mouth shut. Just out of jail, she’s been at the House of Lords today spouting off about the Eurozone crisis.


Vicky Pryce at the House of Lords on Tuesday 2nd July 2013
Vicky Pryce at the House of Lords on Tuesday 2nd July 2013

The ex-wife of former Liberal Democrat minister Chris Huhn (another jailbird) was convicted of perverting the course of justice in March. As, sadly has now become typical in the cases of high profile prisoners, Pryce is already reinventing herself. Pryce is said to be writing a book titled Prisonomics (which is said to be about the “economic and human costs of keeping women locked up”) and announced she was “feeling just fine” as she arrived to give evidence in Parliament.


Shame on this wench. She is a most worthy Wally of the Week.



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  1. Vicky Pryce could be a good advocate for molested chickens. Chris and Vicky must put their differences aside for the good of British Politics and set up a school for silly walks. David Cameron and Nick Clegg will be the first to enroll. The House of Lords have nothing better to do, but listen to the shit that comes out of her mouth.
    I beg to differ, the House of Lords are the wally’s of the week.

  2. One does have to be invited to speak to the House of Lords committees. Also her CV is not unimpressive: She was Deputy Head of the Government’s Economic Service from 2004 to 2007, Joint Head from 2007 to 2010.
    Director General, Economics, Department for Business, Innovation and Skills and Joint Head of the Government Economic Service. Visiting professor at City University’s Cass Business School from 2002 to 2006 and from 2008 to 2011, and at Imperial College Business School since 2010; a visiting Fellow at Nuffield College, Oxford since 2008; a Fellow of the Society of Business Economists since 2005, and has sat on the Council of the University of Kent since 2005 and the council of the Royal Society for the Arts from 2008 to 2009. She was also a Member of the Council of the Royal Economic Society (REconS) from 2002 to 2007.
    I know far less qualified people who have given evidence to parliamentary committees.

    • Vicky Pryce have breached universal principles of honesty, trust and decency. The professional bodies of Medical Practitioners and Nurses will remove a member from its professional register for breaching the above mentioned principles. The Regulators of the Medical and Nursing professions state that practitioners breaking the codes of trust , honesty and decency are deemed unsafe to serve the general public.
      Why should the general public have any trust or faith in Vicky Pryce?

  3. I agree with Ben Furnival. Vicky Price would not have “volunteered” to appear before any parliamentary committee. She was called in because of her expertise. And she is a woman of considerable intelligence.
    Such a shame this failed her when dealing with her manipulative and shameless husband.


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