Posted by: Barry Bickmore | August 16, 2010

The Monckton Files: Goodbye, Pink Portcullis?

The other day I noted that the House of Lords was considering taking action against Lord Monckton for claiming to be a member of the House of Lords and using a variant of the portcullis and crown logo used by members of Parliament.  The Guardian reported that it’s possible Monckton could do jail time for misusing the logo.  Here’s a picture of the parliamentary logo and Monckton’s version, as shown in The Guardian.

Unfortunately, Lord Monckton might be buckling under the pressure!  Check out this graphic he just posted at Watts Up With That?

Shall we yet weep for the Pink Portcullis?

BTW, Monckton’s post is supposed to be a reply to my piece on his fabricated graphs.  More on that later….



  1. […] This post was mentioned on Twitter by Dan Moutal, Planet3.0. Planet3.0 said: The Monckton Files: Goodbye, Pink Portcullis? […]

  2. […] the portcullis logo of the House of Lords.  (See The Monckton Files: Mmmmmm, Prison Food and  The Monckton Files: Goodbye, Pink Portcullis?)  Monckton’s excuse was, My logo is not a registered badge of parliament, and is plainly […]

  3. […] Pink Portcullis Pill […]

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