Men who don't want 30 pieces of silver
to sell out their identity - Stuart Cosgrove, Robert Carlyle, Andy Murray, Jack McConnell, the Mogwai boys, Walter Smith, Rod Stewart, Pat Roller, Sir Alex Ferguson...
In the video he says: "This man, like Judas, sold the country for 30 pieces of silver
Three months ago he was going on about integrity but now he's taken his 30 pieces of silver
One emailed a question for "Judas" Johnston asking: "How long did it take you to spend your 30 pieces of silver
John O'Coyle, Hamilton, said: "I've got a piece of advice for McCoist, Brown and other Scots like Andy Gray and Alan Hansen who will be supporting England - take your 30 pieces of silver
and don't come back here again."
Spin doctor Lance Price banked pounds 40,000, the inflationary equivalent of 30 pieces of silver
, for telling tales of life in No 10.
Last night, Tory leader David McLetchie said: "Peter McMahon's decision to take the 30 pieces of silver
and betray confidences is another example of the appalling standards of personal conduct that have come to typify the Labour Party in Scotland."
It is such a shame, therefore, that the ECB has taken Sky's 30 pieces of silver
to show home Test matches from next summer.
He's managed to get his 30 pieces of silver
, so I hope he's happy."When he phoned me to say what he was planning to do I just told him to "f*** off", and you can quote me on that, as that's how strongly I feel about it.
Labour convener Mary Mulligan led a series of stinging attacks by accusing them of taking "30 pieces of silver
JUDAS ISCARIOT: Jesus's former disciple switched sides when he accepted 30 pieces of silver
to lead Roman soldiers to Christ.
When Sven Goran Eriksson takes Chelsea's 30 pieces of silver
, the FA could do worse than look towards the south coast.