April 12th, 2009

+++ Liam Byrne Just Effectively Sacked Draper Live on Sky +++

Questioned repeatedly he disowned Dolly, he denied Dolly headed up Labour’s online operation.  Byrne denied he had any official role in Labour.

So why did they launch LabourList in Labour HQ with Peter Mandelson and Dougie Alexander in attendance?  Why did Gordon Brown invite Derek Draper to Chequers?  What did they discuss – Strictly Come Dancing?

UPDATE : Alastair Campbell has just disowned McBride and Draper, with a nothing to do with me  guv dismissal: “I barely know Mr McBride. I was vaguely aware of him being around the Treasury when I was in Number 10, and vaguely aware that he was closer to the Charlie Whelan school of strategic communications than my own. (I’m aware we tend to get lumped together in some sections, but I know the differences, even if they don’t.)”

UPDATE II : Clarke has just called for Draper and Whelan to consider their position.  His was the voice that put the final nail in the coffin for McBride.  He obviously hasn’t finished with that hammer…


648 Comments

  1. 1

    Does anyone have the power to sack him from LabourList though?

    • 8
      Juno says:

      Does anyone care?

      LabourList is as dead as a dodo.

      • 11
      • 91
        Frank says:

        Forget Byrne! McBride has just been allowed to resign.
        He is a civil servant so what financial gain does he accrue as a result of being allowed to resign rather than being sacked. Certainly a pension and maybe even a chance at another similar post, out of the limelight in a few months

      • 95
        Geoffrey says:

        No Labour is NOT dead as a dodo – they’re in with a good chance at the next election – we should never be complacent!. They’ll have Scotland (more than ever) the disaffected North, The public services and the underclass. A big chunk of Middle Englant is searching for any excuse not to vote Conservative. This is the reason for the smear campaign.

      • 112
        Stig says:

        By resigning rather than being sacked, it leaves the way open for him to skulk back in through the back door at election time – bit like Mandleson.

      • 171
        Anonymous says:

        Geoff, I don’t buy it. Why do you think Brown called off the election when he was way ahead in the polls? Because their own private polls showed the real level of disaffection with NuLab on the ground, and that has got worse since, then rather than better.

      • 184

        LabourList is a German intelligence data-harvesting project. Look at all the Common Purpose foot soldiers involved. It’s being promoted by DVD Dachau. When the sheeple drawn in realise what’s going on, they’ll be racing for the exits.

      • 310
        Anonymous says:

        This is still being played as a storm in a teacup. Brown is reported as being furious, the man who allegedly smashes phones by the dozen, so furious he simply accepts a resignation? The message is loud and clear, nobody was sacked, for something that is now going to haunt Brown and Labour in the press and the courts.

        It’s about as good an indicator as any that McBride was not doing this on his own at No 10 and he could not be sacked, there had to be a deal. Draper is damaged goods that were of marginal value to start with, they will isolate and cut him.

        Given that Brown did not sack McBride there must be more to this than is in the open, just how much more is there to this attempt to rig the next election? At Glenrothes electoral register disappeared when copies of it were requested to check for fraud.

        The squalid behaviour of Brown’s government is a contrast to what much of Labour has stood for in the past. I’m just old enough to remember the Upper Clyde Shipbuilders work-in in 1971 when the company went into receivership and the workforce decided that they would save the company by making it work. The Shop Steward Jimmy Reid insisted that the workers behaved themselves in an exemplary fashion, “no hooliganism, no vandalism and no bevvying”. He won the public and saved the jobs, it was an extraordinary achievement for a then communist.

        Reid was unsurprisingly disillusioned by New Labour and left the party, Brown represents everything that Reid opposed, I doubt Reid is surprised by what he reads in the papers this weekend.

        I can admire what Jimmy Reid the communist achieved in 1971, the contrast with the squalid little world of Gordon Brown is immense, things will only get worse, nobody got sacked.

      • 332
        Anonymous says:

        Alcuin,
        Where abouts in Dachau is the DVD? I live a few minutes drive away from Dachau and have never heard of this so-called agency.

        Tell me where it is and I’ll pay them a visit.

      • 558

        Anonymous, in answer to your question about DVD Dachau (Comment 332 – 12.04.09), one of the DVD’s bases in Germany is said to be located to the right of the railway line that runs through Unterweilbach, Prittlbach and Hebertshausen into Dachau. It is adjacent to the Hebertshausen Bahnhof in an empty area ending in a very steep bank, against which 8,000 Soviet prisoners of war were shot dead in cold blood during the Second World War. Set into the bank is an odd-looking building with a security gate approached by a path. Beyond this gated entrance is a doorway. Inside the doorway, investigators have photographed evidence of recently used black magic paraphernalia.

        More here (20.09.08) and here (26.09.08).

    • 21

      His p45 gets closer by the day by virtue of his association with labourpist.

    • 99

      Guido

      If you are a real infant terrible from the acid house days when are you going to realise your potential and reveal the smokescreen of the fictional reserve banking systems that only serve to enslave and trap the majority and transfer true wealth to the few. Bankruptcy is a built in by product of the monetary system. When people start to realise that the world is the sum of all our parts this will look like the biggest fraud ever perpetrated.

      Principle + Interest = Misery for millions.

      • 552

        Gold is not money, money is the amount of time people freely exchange and is used to allow barter to be temporal and thus much more efficient.

        There’s nothing wrong with FRB as long as the government runs it’s currency monopoly competently.

    • 202
      Siberian Tory says:

      I reckon the funding will be pulled pretty sharpish by the union sponsoring him.

      • 538
        Pax says:

        What funding does a blog need? Almost nothing!

        You are perpetuating a myth here; that blogs have to be ‘funded’ by shadowy, behind-the-scenes types, with motives and agendas.

        The great thing about blogs is that you can reach huge audiences for very little money.

        Blogs break the stranglehold of the mainstream media outlets and, in my opinion, broadcast a more accurate view of common opinion.

        JP

    • 226
      ned says:

      How can Brown deny all knowledge when these e-mails have been
      in the news for days? They were even argued about on TV and their
      exsistance was falsly denied. Brown must have been informed then
      for their existance would prove so damaging. If they were being
      discussed Brown would have known and should have immedeatly
      sacked all the participants unless he was party to their use.

      There seem to be a credibility gap here!
      comments please

      • 327
        Anonymous says:

        It’s the whole Brown camp involved with this.
        I see we have both Draper and Whelan crawling out of the woodwork.
        It’s difficult to believe Brown had no inkling of what was going on.
        These guys have always been close to him. I can’t believe they didn’t
        asume he would have approved.

      • 349
        Mr Ned says:

        Agreed. there is no way that this was not known about by Brown. Cast your mind back to when the media was falling over itself to sell us the unique qualities of Brown to replace the discredited liar Blair. What was his primary quality? His incredibly anal attention to the finest detail. He knew everything that was going on. Now all of a sudden, he has turned into a Manuelesque “I know nothing!”

        Labour lacking any other strategy, after 12 years they have nothing positive of note to celebrate in terms of achievements, so this WAS to be their centrepiece. Smear and negative attacks. Of course Brown knew.

        However, I am not sure that Brown would really want to turn too negative and personal, after all, somebody must have a copy of a certain credit card transaction of Brown’s.

      • 375
        Aethelred says:

        Brown is known throughout the land for being a control freak of the worst kind. Is it credible to suppose he was not involved?
        (That’s rhetorical).

      • 505
        Twig says:

        This story broke on the Daily Politics a couple of weeks back when Guido made the accusation about the emails directly to Draper in front of Andrew Neil.
        If Brown knew nothing about it he would have questioned McBride and Draper about it then.

        This episode shows clearly the culture that has flourished under Brown.

        A man is known by the company he keeps (or to turn it on it’s head, a company is known by the men it keeps).

    • 345
      nom de flame says:

      I really am looking forward to an election, so that I can express my full and frank confidence in a PM who doesn’t actually know anything about what happens in his private office, what his personal advisors are working on, and so forth. I mean, it’s the sort of thing other politicians would do, publically lying in an attempt to avoid the bad publicity – Obviously Gordon wouldn’t do *that*…

    • 390
      Alistair Campbell says:

      Never mind McBride’s dodgy emails, don’t forget about my ones that led to the deaths of hundreds of thousands of people in Iraq.

      • 591
        pete says:

        Only in Topsy-Tory world could a blog be taken seriously when it hosts faux comments like this.

      • 599
        pete says:

        I’ve now read further and see that such infantile comments pass for debate within the Tory party. Heaven help us if they are ever returned to power!

      • 609
        Hunt down all labour filth and hack them to death says:

        Heaven help us if they’re not

      • 612
        pete says:

        Are!
        Not!
        Are!
        Not!

        See what I mean?

    • 417
      pissed off voter says:

      Downing street must be like something out of Dad’s army today, with the accident-prone Douglas Alexander flapping around ‘don’t panic, Mr Mannering, don’t panic’ and super-optimist Alastair Darling chiming in with ‘we’re doomed, I tell you, doomed’. Brown, meanwhile, just like Mr Mannering will remain oblivious to all but his own self-importance.

    • 576
      pete says:

      “What did they discuss – Strictly Come Dancing?”

      Ah! Innuendo from an expert!

    • 616
      absolutetruthzero says:

      I honestly never thought it was possible for one asshole to physically fuck another, equally dank and dark asshole. I thoroughly hope that Mr Guido Fawkes has a completely random and unplannable accident very soon so that karma can be restored: This country needs right wing Hunts like you and left wing dicks like damien out of politics, despite any “service” you might pretend to provide by outing politicians with loose ideas of what is expensable.

      :0)

  2. 2
    Anonymous says:

    Am I alone in thinking that Byrne himself should be sacked for the most blatantly disingenuous, cynically evasive interview I’ve ever seen in my entire life? From the Minister of the Cabinet Office for heaven’s sake!

    • 5
      Derek "drippy" Draper says:

      Byrne is my m8

    • 42
      pissed off voter says:

      impossible as it might seem, he is even less competent than Labour’s so-called ‘big hitters’ who are all currently cowering in the bunker – probably shredding a lot of paper. The exception being big spender Martin who’s troughing in Dubai. screwing the taxpayer for every penny he can before the walls cave in on Labour.

    • 221
      Iain Adequate - Kunnt says:

      Byrne and Dolly are quite alike in some ways. Both would stick to your shoe and ruin the carpet.

      • 302
        LOL from Planet Mad! says:

        Adam Boulton and George Galloway on Talksport playback. Boulton demolishes Draper as being someone the Labour Party would want to put the maximum distance away from and with McBride part of the hangers on of a tired and finished government. Hammered by Galloway as “even the mafia dont atttack their enemy’s wives”. Pathetic incoherent rubbish without even an apology, only a regret, presumably that he has been caught. Now for the emails replying from Watson Brown and Co, as the No10 server usually copies the senders mail in the reply.
        What fun!

    • 337
      Nipper says:

      See previous topic – full text of Galloway/Boulton interview there – at the bottom.

    • 598
      Anon says:

      Yeah, saw him on either Sky or pravda this morning – evading every question. Another slimy Neo-Nazi.

  3. 3
    Juno says:

    Has he? On the BBC he was pretending he didn’t know who Draper was. He refered to him as McBride’s friend. The BBC let him off the hook, he kept refering to them as private emails and the pathetic interviewer didn’t come up with the obvious retort that it was on a government account.

    what is Draper’s job anyway, I can’t keep up with these shysters?

    • 97
      Mr Angry says:

      As Juno says – an absolutely crap interview by the BBC – the mmendacious Byrne was allowed to fudge the issue – the interviewer failed to press the point that this was a Civil Servant planning a smear campaign against senior opposition policiticans. It time the MSM got their heads out of the sand – the McPoison tactics are those of the worst third world juntas – there is no place in Uk politics for a politician who can not see that McPoison’s behaviour is a criminal misuse of publicly funded assets (the No 10 computer system) – Byrne is not fit to be a Minister of the Crown if he canno see this and publicly say it!

    • 253
      Jack says:

      You won’t see Draper getting a grilling from any mainstream TV presenter. He’s married to that Garraway bird off GMTV; probably attends all the same dinner parties as the rest of them.

  4. 4
    Grunt says:

    Draper doesn’t know his RSS from his elbow.

  5. 6
    Juno says:

    “Does anyone have the power to sack him from LabourList though?”

    Does anyone care?

    LabourList is as dead as a dodo.

  6. 7

    Byrne spinning like a top, wanker.

  7. 9
    Finnpog says:

    And this keeps running.

    To those that question “Why did Guido go the the papers?”, surely this if evidence that the MSM do need to be involved sometimes in order to create the critical mass needed to move things along.

    • 12

      Absolutely. Also it made it difficult for them to brush it aside as a blog spat, which is exactly what Downing Street and their patsy’s at the Telegraph tried to do with their spoiler on Saturday.

      • 17
        Finnpog says:

        Well played Guido.

      • 127

        Guido, you played it brilliantly. I hope the wankers at bloggerheads are suitably chastened!

      • 160
        City of Vice says:

        I think the Telegraph now realise they’ve fucked up.

        Andrew Piece has been BBC News 24 on this morning, reviewing the papers, and rightly expressing outrage at McBride and Co.

      • 546
        Pax says:

        You need a solid defence against this kind of ‘blog spat’ put down.

        MSM will always try to portray bloggers as second-rate media.

        JP

    • 14
      Dick the Prick says:

      So not only have they fucked this smear from inception – they have the talent to fuck up damage limitation too? What utter McBrides.

    • 283
      Rexel 56 says:

      Just a thought – the FOI requests are still in play and they seek access to ALL emails sent by McBride that refer to Guido Fawkes (or Iain Dale).

      Just imagine what else might come out when the FOI request is complied with (yeh, call me naive): “Derek, GB says put things on hold with RedRag until Cameron baby death has washed over, Love DMcB”. My fabrication, but I’ll bet there’ll be some juicy bits that haven’t been leaked so far.

      R56

      • 298
        Rexel 56 says:

        Oh, and another thought – I take it that on Tuesday Guido will be sending off the FOI request for all emails on the Downing Street server that refer to “Red Rag”.

        R56

      • 372
        jo public says:

        mm breaking news fire erupts in no10 server room all back ups lost

  8. 10
    One Who Probably Knows says:

    Wonder if Dolly will have another nervous breakdown and if he does, whether he’ll do another of those courses where he had to bash pillows and scream abuse at his Mummy and Daddy?

    • 169
      Cynic who smells a rat (or two), says:



      Nah . . . surely the cycle-therapissed people don’t go bonkers do they? . . do they?

      Ah! .. there’s the old option back for the LaLaLeader of LoopyLand . . . emotional exhaustion and ovva NooLyingBore pseudo illnesses, – and he can take all his weirdos with him.

      • 363
        Dolly's Winemerchant says says:

        Or he can admitt that he cannot do Politics,Blogging or Psychotherapy!

  9. 13
    Anonymous says:

    Why did Derek name Labour’s web site “Red Rag” after his wife’s dress?

  10. 15
    Dalesman says:

    The interview with Byrne on Beeb’s “Breakfast” was pathetic. No pertinent questions asked.

    • 32
      Anonymous says:

      Yep, e.g. why are no questions being asked to or about those who were cc’d in on the emails? Can they produce replies saying how inappropriate the idea was, and how people like McBride had no place in politics?

      • 104
        Geoffrey says:

        I presume the emails must have been widely circulated for the leak to have been apparently undetected

    • 183
      Martin says:

      Exactly!

      That is why the next target must be the BBC

      See my second post today on Ironies Too.

    • 267
      Jack says:

      Natch. The ‘Breakfast’ presenters don’t want things to be awkward when they meet up with Garraway for a power lunch or whatever afterwards. It’s all rather incestuous.

  11. 16
    jo public says:

    i wonder what its like to face the morning tv viewers through piggy little eyes for ones leader knowing that you are defending the indefensible and lying your cohoonies off.
    i do beleive i could hear the sound of air rushing past the little oiks sphincter

    • 109
      Geoffrey says:

      I imagine it feels like shit but Brown has to be firewalled at all costs. This story goes to the heart of a weakness that everyone thinks he has. One of the most damaging stories to him is a widespread belief that he spent his entire time as Chancellor undermining his leader in devious and unpleasnt ways.

  12. 18
    oldrightie says:

    Why is not anyone talking about the arseh*le in chief. Any bloke who relishes his own nasal waste in full view of the world will find putting this team of utter creeps together a piece of snot cake. Brown is the epitome of Labour hypocrisy and awfulness. Nothing else matters but their grip on power in order to “educate us all”. Blair’s mantra “Education..etc” obviously was referring to our re-education in Orwellian speak. Labour, Ughhhhhh…….

    • 113
      Winston Smith says:

      I still love Big Gordon and the Party, more so than ever now.

    • 562
      want my country back says:

      Guido!….YOU ARE ONE TOP GUY!!. THANKYOU, and GOD BLESS YOU AND YOUR FAMILY.
      l have an idea that may interest one of our more savvy commentators, how about splicing something together for YOU TUBE?. Such as Brown’s speech of condolence to Cameron indespirsed with choice bits of the emails, that
      pertain to Cameron?.
      Ofcourse Brown knew about the emails, and it was likely his idea in the first place.
      We must not let the coward have a moment’s respite from now on. Let’s finish this, once and for all.
      Easter Blessings everyone!.

  13. 19

    if that is the case, why is Dolly still described as a ‘labour activist’ and also that ‘He remains a consultant to the Labour Party’ on labourlist itself? ‘consultant’ sounds fairly official to me.

  14. 20
    What me? Impartial? Nick Robinson says:

    Surely Fraser Nelson has called the future of Damian McFilth correctly though.
    He may have ‘resigned’ but he will in reality be regularly sat in a festering huddle with fellow hate filled Scotcher McDoom, devising vile, twisted and depraved plans to attack their opponents.

    Please you vile, hate filled, lying, thieving, mentally unstable Scotch degenerates, please leave England alone.
    Scotland is in dire need of your political genius and indeed collective ‘moral compass’

    • 89
      Angus McTavish says:

      Thanks but no thanks. We sent him down there in the hope that you guys would dispose of him.

      In reality, Brown is just the focal point of that pile shit that is the Westminster parliament. Empty the parliament and the UK becomes a nice place once more.

    • 195
      Jackie Baillie stole my kebab says:

      Yes, Yes, the Scots are evil. We acknowledge your victimhood. We feel your pain. You handle your oppression with a grace and dignity that would shame Mandela. Majority rule for England!

  15. 22
    keith dovkunts says:

    How long do you give Dolly’s marriage?

    Kate must wake up, look at the scruffy, sleeping lump of lard laying next to her and think, “what the fuck have I married?”

    He’s dragging her down by association.

    Kate, why did you set your bar so low?

  16. 23
    sean says:

    at a cinema near you soon, Brown/Nixon. a guido fawkes production.

  17. 25

    Spot on, I heard him say that Draper was not the head of Labours Internet Team. I do wonder about McBride though, expect him, after a short foreign holiday, (Gitmo would be good) to pop up at an obscure quango, after all all the political dirt McBride has collected over the years would have been for his book deal, the toxic tome to be published I suggest, just after the next General Election.

    If McBride by ‘resigning’ has preserved his top hat public sector pension fuirther investigations should be made to see if he should have been summarily removed for gross misconduct and alleged stealing of electricity as they used to do for dodgy phone calls…

    Keep up the good work Guido and get some top level media training ‘cos I think you are going to be on the box quite often in future.

    No longer can the politicians not read this blog, or claim not to have read it… second Hoons all round… best ever Easter present me thinks.

    • 166
      Rexel 56 says:

      Presumably McBride will turn up at the Sith Institute earning a sum which approximates some new “reseach” paid for by the taxpayer.

      R56

  18. 27

    The most astonishing thing about this weekend is not that these wankers have been exposed, it is the fact that Guido is blogging on the weekend. See what you can do when you put your back into it? Keep it up.

  19. 28
    Anon says:

    o/t but that pissed vicar with a penchant for fluffy toys and cars he doesn’t own is on BBC at 10:00

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/1536544/Curious-incident-in-the-night-leaves-Bishop-of-Southwark-with-black-eye-and-sore-head.html

  20. 29
    Jonathan Cook says:

    This whole smear thing has Gordon Brown’s fingerprint all over it.

    It looks like they have been doing a re-run of the operation to topple Blair, whilst seemingly keeping Brown out of it.

    • 72
      celia says:

      I would say that Mandelslime’s fingerprints are the more likely to be found doing a jobbie for his master Gordo.

    • 606
      Anon says:

      Keeping Brown out of it? Yeah! Right! Now please tell me about the Tooth Fairy…..

  21. 30
    Dick the Prick says:

    Tories haven’t exactly been slick in defence tho – is Coulson up to the job?

    • 197
      Peter Grimes says:

      Same line as that fat fuck Clarke used when being interviewed on SKY this morning. It is all too clear to anyone but you hoons that this line is co-ordinated.

      Can you point to similar filthy output from Coulson, or is it just convenient, as always for ZaNuLaBor, to smear?

      Knuts!

  22. 31
    New Labour's Titanic moment says:

    This vile plan was only temporarily shelved when the Camerons sadly lost their child. I am deeply offended that Brown and his chums have sunk this low. It’s over.

  23. 34
    talwin says:

    The NoW has it that Draper said of the emails ‘Some were brilliant and rather funny’. Given that Dolly always has plenty to say perhaps he’ll tell us further which were the brilliant and rather funny ones.

    • 228
      David Ferguson says:

      He made the comment in writing on Labourlost, in his pathetic excuse for an excuse. I’ve asked him twice now to tell us which were the ‘funny and rather brilliant’ ones, but I’m not sure the site is going to survive long enough for him to answer

  24. 35
    AntiEverything says:

    I picked the story up on Twitter yesterday and Retweeted with much enthusiam.

    My hearty congratulations to Mr Fawkes. Keep up the good work. This Labour government are a disgrace to the Labour name and are wrecking this country.

    Bring on an election.

    • 239
      Sime says:

      Too right!

      Well done Guido you truly are “A Public Servant” unlike those in the current government who are “SCUM” out for themselves, and an insult to the very offices which they hold.

      You odious bunch of Labour TROLLS your a fucking disgrace to this once great nation!

  25. 36
    jo public says:

    so really how can brown distance himself from mc bride when this scum has been at his side constantly. How is jo public to beleive that they have never once talked over strategies set strategies and implemented them, when after all they have spent their working lives joined at the hip sharing single malt bogies.

  26. 38

    and WHY does LabourList run on exACTLY the same platform as Go4th?

    See here

  27. 39
    Ratsniffer says:

    My god the comments on the NOWT website are amazing….if ZaNuLabour don’t realise now how hated they are, they will never know.

    There are one or two desperate Nulab apologists but they are very much swimming against the tide and their feeble efforts are being drowned out by fury of working class people who have been let down by Labour’s sleaze and incompetant mismanagment of the economy.

    Let this also be a wake-up call to Mr Murdoch. You don’t usualy back losers….perhaps it’s time to sack a few labour Arslickahn merchants and get some real journalists, instead of having to make Guido do all your work for you.

  28. 40
    Jesus Christ says:

    Draper was crucified on live TV. Is he planning a new book?

  29. 41
    Anonymous says:

    Some jack ass called Melancholy on LabourHome trying to justify the alleged Mrs Cameron smear along the lines of … ‘It’s ok, Ivan died in Feb so it’s open season’

    http://www.labourhome.org/comments/2009/4/11/5586/43767/41#41

  30. 43
    New Puritan says:

    I woudn’t be too confident that Labourlies web site is dead yet. Labour support it via the trade unions if I’m not mistaken. The editor might be a twat but he can be replaced and now the site has a puplic profile no matter how bad it might be.

  31. 44
    nadds says:

    Byrne must have made his own coffee

    The Sky guy gave him a much harder time.

    Agree that Guido blogging all weekend is biggest shock of all

  32. 45
    Not a Draper Fan says:

    I wonder if Gordon would like to invite this fraud and charlatan to Chequers now? When he originally invited him down he would have been under the impression that Draper was a fully qualified psychotherapist on retainer to such clinics as The Tavistock Clinic etc. Now it turns out that he he didn’t possess any of the qualifications needed by places such as Tavistock in order to do his job. As they state on their website, the minimum qualification must be “a full professional qualification in medicine, clinical psychology, nursing or social work”. Draper did not possess any such qualification.

    As usual the person we must all extend our sympathy to is Kate Garraway. The poor girl has genuine qualifications, a career that she has worked hard to make a success and a family she loves. Unfortunately Derek Draper is risking all of this in order to fulfill his own fantasies of self-importance.

    • 85
      Tin Cunliffe says:

      GB would have been quite aware who Draper is/was.

      He’s been a permanent fixture, poking his head up wherever theres a photo opportunity (or free champagne). I’ve seen one that’s something like the 1992 election night, quite near kinnock.

      I don’t know whether GB would have put 2+2 together to realise he wouldnt have become a serious and respected psychologist (ie publishing real scientific/medical work, rather than just articles and paperbacks) , in a matter of 5-6 years.

    • 250
      Anon says:

      I’m far more qualified than Draper and he brings a good profession into disrepute by his behaviour. Draper is a charlaton, a one time seller of profligate goods that even trading standards wouldn’t allow. He cannot continue under this banner of being a therapist surely??? Hopefully all this bad publicity would enable even those most frail to consider alternative therapies – his cranky reputation goes before him.

      • 350
        Nipper says:

        Draper’s interview with Galloway is abysmal. He can’t string a sentence or a coherent thought together. His responses are a series of disconnected, ungramattical soundbytes peppered with repetetive “how do I get out of this hole” phrases. He can’t possibly have completed school, never mind got any higher qualifications. He’s a total hoon.

  33. 47
    Anonymous says:

    A role for Charlie Whelan?

    • 55
      New Puritan says:

      Not sure Mandie or other Labour big wigs will approve of HIS return:
      From Wikipedia:
      “He resigned in 1999 after leaking information relating to Peter Mandelson’s resignation over a home loan. He has since carved out a career in the media. Whelan has kept in close touch with Gordon Brown since he left his employ and regularly attacks other members of the Labour government.”

      Athough he is “taters deep” with the unions so who knows. Depends on who pulls the strings.

    • 87
      Prescunt - master of the interwebby - says:

      They need pies not roles.

      Step forward the only (successful) Liebour blogger:

      Me.

  34. 48
    Throbber says:

    To all you labour scum now Reading this blog for the first time ….. Get fucked the lot of you. Everyone hates you and wishes you all were dead. You bunch of filthy, underhand, lying, low life cuuunts.

    • 62
      talwin says:

      Now, now, Throbber. Kicking folks when they’re down. And New Labour couldn’t be much more down than they are now. Just the knock-out punch to come (June 2010)

      • 69
        Scallywag says:

        If I knew Snotgobbler McTwat’s email address I would copy him on every email I send thereby saving the taxpayer money because they wouldn’t have to spend time and money looking for my stuff. They could have it as a gift, the slimy bastards.

      • 75
        BordeauxBinger says:

        Methinks June 2009 is a more likely date Talwin. I mention it every day in my morning and evening prayers to the Great Pumpkin.

      • 80
        Throbber says:

        I’d love to give these cuunts a proper kicking right now, whether they are down or not.

      • 111
        pissed off voter says:

        Calm down and think about it. Do you really want all that shit on your shoes?

      • 133
        Throbber says:

        Fair point. Maybe have to wear wellies.

      • 178
        Julian says:

        March 16th 2010 is favourite according to polbet. By then we’re all either bankrupt, homeless, jobless, in jail for breaches of the Emergency State Security Act 2010 or all of the above.

      • 256
        Anon says:

        wellies – hummm – not the same thou is it???

      • 453
        Admiral Gnome says:

        When folks are down is EASILY the best time to kick them.

    • 487
      Throbber says:

      Surely I can find some steel capped Wellies.

  35. 49
    talwin says:

    Psychotherapist. Who studied in but not at Berkeley.

    • 152
      Michael White says:

      well, he read a couple of papers, the San Francisco Times and USA Today!

    • 162
      tired of labour says:

      but shoulldn’t he be subject to discipline from his accrediting body as he is effectively looking to use mental health as a weapon in politics. We should all right to whatever iit is , “the association of fakery and psychotherapy for beginners” or whatever

    • 348
      Tithonus says:

      All he can look forward to is to sit in his office and wait…….and wait……..and wait.Nobody will risk therapy with DD

    • 510
      Twig says:

      Isn’t there still a question about whether or not he actually qualified?

    • 601
      Anon says:

      And who may (or may not) have an MA – but he never says from what academic institution.
      And who may (or may not ) have a first degree – BA/BSC but he never says from what academic institution or in what subject.

      I worked in IT once with a bloke who had worked in the USA for 4 years. Coming back to the UK & going jobhunting he realised that all the jobs he applied for wanted someone with a degree. Lo & behold, he changed his CV, ‘lost’ his time working in America & instead claimed that he’d done a degree during those years. Simples – eh? Familiar – eh?

  36. 50
    Anonymous says:

    New Labour : We fuck up everything we touch, including your country – It’s what we do.

  37. 51
    anonybot says:

    Do they need to do much – other than express outrage and call for a personal apology from McTwat ?(some hope of course “it twas nuthin’ t do wi me”and he never apologises)labour are doing a pretty good job of shafting themselves without concerted Tory assistance – the more desperately Labour spin -the more doubt spreads – and as for letting Draper loose on the airwaves yesterday – Christ almighty – are the Labour Party leadership complete idiots or what ?- although come to think of it perhaps it’s a cunning ploy as firstly to make sure the majority of sh1t stuck to him and McBride and secondly makes it easier to give Draper “the long drop” to-day!!!! And thereby deliver another scalp to deflect it all away from Brown – if it’s not successful then no doubt more senior offerings than Draper will be given up to protect Brown – this still has a few miles to go yet I think

    • 199
      RavingMad says:

      One problem with this is that whilst these issues are appearing regularly now, the corrupt bastards know we are in the end game and are, therefore, still feathering their own nests for the ‘final oblivion’. I don’t think most New Stassi MPs and friends give a toss about this now. There’s till some hard work to do.

  38. 52
    Lord Mandy of WankingBoiz-on-Sunday says:

    He is a fighter, not a shitter.

  39. 53
    talwin says:

    Does McBride resign from being a civil servant or is it merely as special advisor? If the latter will be interesteing to see where he goes next.

  40. 54
    Foreign Office Official says:

    Stephen Pound claimed on Sky News last night that McBride was only responding to Tory Political Smears….Pound is prize Hunt.

  41. 56
    Juno says:

    but it is left looking like an official Labour Party web site. Draper and McBride didn’t really understand the blogosphere, a modicum of independence from the parties and big media is essential to gather an audience.

    • 73
      New Puritan says:

      Good point…..any labour supporter with any ounce of integrity,(I know thats a contradiction before someone points it out), will avoid it but the site, if well funded, can still garner the hardliners together.

  42. 57
    Anon says:

    Did Anton get his red wings? fnarr fnarr fnarr

  43. 58
    Mitch says:

    A long weekend,chocolate and a nice single malt with entertainment courtesy of nulab this just gets better and better.

  44. 59
    Kate says:

    I’ve got no sense of smell

  45. 60
    Anonymous says:

    All good advertising for Derek’s new psycho-babble book out in April.

    http://www.hayhouse.co.uk/product.aspx?isbn=1848500440

    Already being heavily discounted on-line…no wonder Dolly doesn’t want to resign…he needs the money.

  46. 61
    Scallywag says:

    Liam Byrne wouldn’t confirm that McBride is out on his ear for good on BBC News Breakfast.

    No 10 will have to give him something somewhere otherwise he might just get a bit pissed off on the dole and grass them all up. Hell hath no fury etc., etc…

    • 70
      jo public says:

      when one sleeps with dogs one must expect to wake up with fleas…………

    • 84
      anonymous says:

      On the 6am bulletins a commentator said(unfortunately I was in the shower so I couldn’t see who said it) that McBride was much too valuable to the Labour Party to lose particularly ahead of any election campaign and that he would be found “something” away from the public gaze to continue his work for the Party and I agree Byrne would not be pinned down as to whether McBride would have nothing more to do with the Labour Party either officially or unofficially. As for Draper -he’s expendable and will be cast adrift

      • 268
        Derek Draper PhD (sic) RSPV says:

        I’ve never had sex with a d… god makes me sick, bloody bloggers and their lies and tittle tattle

      • 499
        Agent 99 says:

        Well as Nasty Liarbour have no confirmed he works for the party can we have our taxpayers money back that paid his salary.
        He was supposed to be a civil servant though how he can use the word civil is beyond me.

  47. 63
    pissed off voter says:

    Guido knows what he’s doing. The MSM has a much wider audience and this story will bring a whole bunch of those readers here. Many will become regulars. Guido’s hits will soar and with it his influence and marketability. Just imagine the traffic if he has a quick follow-up – as my old man drummed into me, you can’t beat the ‘old 1-2′.

  48. 64
    Anon says:

    They probably got a freebie or two when deciding which corrupt PFI to shovel our cash towards.

  49. 65
    Kate Garraway says:

    Leave my Derek alone. He’s a nice man really.

  50. 66
    BordeauxBinger says:

    What actor will wreck his career by playing the incontinent incompetent and will he have to eat his own nasal secretions ?

  51. 67
    Mathew says:

    YOu are full of SHIT!! and a man with out balls…

  52. 68
    Lilith says:

    Quite so Bill! Brilliant Guido.

  53. 71
    Dick the Prick says:

    I’d like to see some disdain and a bit of patronising superiority. ‘Well, it’s to be expected’ etc etc. I don’t think asking for an apology or Nads threatening to sue are anything but Aunt Sallys. Moral high ground and dignified distancing.

  54. 76
    Anonymous says:

    You should sue Stephen Pound if he doesn’t apologise for (on Sky last night) claiming that you had hacked into these emails (a criminal offence) and were doing this for cash, when you’ve said you are not.

    • 129
      Sarah says:

      I was thinking the same thing. Go after him, Guido, use one of those lawyer thingies. He’s an imbecile.

      • 209
        NotaSheep says:

        That is a slur on imbeciles. How I am looking forward to Stephen Pound losing his well paid job and its huge expenses; I will reserve a little cheer on election night for his demise. The big cheers will be reserved for bigger fish.

    • 573
      want my country back says:

      The hacking slur really pissed me off, big time. lt should hit the laywer’s desk!.
      “Sorry” is a word to be used for genuine remorse, or a genuine mistake. Not applicable for liars, thieves and traitors.

  55. 82

    I see that Damian McBride’s entry on Wikipedia is now being “considered for deletion in line with Wikipedia’s deletion policy”

    That didn’t take long, did it?

  56. 87

    You can get a good measure of a man by his friends and also birds of a feather flock together so take a look at Mcbride then take a look at Draper then take a look at Mandy then Look up to the retarded cyclops they serve. Now imagine these people were running the country …….you would be frightened wouldn’t you……..ooooppppps sorry they are running the country…time to leave the UK!!!!!

    • 208
      Ivor Phartparp says:

      They should be sent to Coventry.

      • 355
        felldweller says:

        Whats Coventry done to deserve that?

      • 378
        CovLad says:

        Please do. We have a lot of dog shit on our streets. We could do with some cheap (free) labour to clean it up. We are down and out at the moment, the unions and government having distroyed our car industry for the Germans and the French. We will even rebuild our walls, if Liz will let us, to keep them in. Send all parasite poltical scum to us, we will find them something usefull to do.

  57. 98
    jo public says:

    And to think the unelected prime minister has the audacity to claim to be an upstanding christian. while dancing the night away will the devil. whilst defiling the ten commandments as preached by his father

    “Neither shall you bear false witness against your neighbor.”

    This commandment forbids misrepresenting the truth in relations with others. This also forbids lying.

    “Honor your father and your mother…”

    The obligation to honor one’s parents is an obligation that one owes to God and fulfills this obligation through one’s actions towards one’s parents.

    on this most important sabbath day Mr brown find in yourself some honour and stand down call an election …….

  58. 102
    Donald Segretti says:

    BROWN = NIXON – POLICY SUCCESSES

  59. 105
    blognovice says:

    Great work, Guido. Like many (I suppose), I had never heard of your blog until yesterday, but am very pleasantly surprised to see how you have managed to achieve much more than the main stream media in such a short space of time, and in such an efficient way! Please keep up the good work, it is time that those whom we pay (of all parties, but the ones currently in power seem to be particularly low hanging fruit at the moment) realise that they WILL be held accountable and can’t expect to get away with any misuse of public funds! Congratulations once again! I look forward to following your blog with interest from now on.

    • 220
      Anonymous says:

      Please visit the advertisment sponsors on this site. That’s how the MSM on-line are funded although it makes more sense to sponsor real news and opinion along with Guido Fawkes. Thank you.

  60. 106
    Anon says:

    New Labour = New Nasty Party

  61. 108
    Anonymous says:

    Interesting questions raised on pb.com:

    “There will be more to come.

    There’s McBride’s in-pocket journo’s – clearly Brogan and Porter at the Telegraph, but quite likely to include references to Toe Nails and possibly Peston

    There’s more to come on the Unite link – clearly they were funding and one of their key men would have been writing RedRag

    There will be more on Watson. Guido’s just been teasing us up to now.

    The real question is how far Gordo managed to keep himself away from this. Given this is his inner circle, its pretty hard to believe he didn’t know. Its in his character and nature and smear is what he’s done all his life.”

  62. 110
    Anonymous says:

    Guido, Who will be the next domino to fall?

    Tom Watson? Nick Brown?

    How much more do you have on this unsavoury bunch and will some of this shit stick to Gordon Brown himself?

  63. 116
    Dirty Rat says:

    Makes good content for Mr and Mrs Draper’s pending appearance on that mentally stimulating production ‘Mr AND Mrs’

  64. 118
    Kim Il Jong says:

    This is an authentic shit-storm and I’m loving it!

    Derek is whizzing round and round in the middle like Dorothy in the Wizard of Oz. Difference is, he ain’t gonna land in Kansas.

    • 176
      Anton says:

      Yeah, he’s following the yellow prick road.

    • 542
      CuttingEdge says:

      After this debacle Kansas and those wide open spaces may well be one of the few places on earth Dolly will be able to wander around without a disguise – a shave would help the scruffy twat but its more likely he will need plastic surgery and a new ID.

      Ah the shame…the embarrassment…the indignity of being married to this scumbag.

  65. 119
    Hugh Jardon says:

    Let’s see what Charles Clarke says…..on Sky now

    • 141
      norman says:

      ‘Anybody got any pies?’ probably.

    • 282
      Anon says:

      I am convinced Clarke said ‘it’s all in the ears’…then he flew off into the sky….

      • 528
        Tramp's Vest says:

        My fondest memory of Clarkey was a QT at the time of the top-up fees malarkey.

        An audience member was giving him a good Blairing on their manifesto lies. In the age of digital TV, he took out a 2″ x 3″ notebook and one of those tiny 3″ pencils you push down the spine and commenced sagely to ” take a note of what you’ve said”.

        They are Hoons to a man. Especially the Wimmin.

  66. 120
    EmilyE says:

    Is he out of the CS?
    If so whats his pension?
    These are important questions.
    It seems he is still free to leach from the taxpayer either way.
    Clarify somebody please.

    Quote Adam Boulton
    think we need to step back from this a bit and say ‘who is Damian McBride’? Most people probably haven’t heard of him. Well he’s someone who started life as a civil servant but he then was so devoted to the cause of Gordon Brown, that he resigned from that and became a special advisor – someone paid for while you’re in government, by the taxpayer but nonetheless who works as a political operative for his master, in this case, Gordon Brown.

    • 187
      BrianSJ says:

      OH had the Civil Service Code on Special Advisors posted. Nothing like what Adam Boulton said.

  67. 121
    Lurking Spider says:

    I just visited LabourList and haven’t laughed so hard in ages… the comments are genius.

    It is fantastic that they have effectively shot themselves and are now whining about how these emails came to light on the very week that this liberty bashing junta made law the retention of email details and web browsing logs. Perfectly safe I’m sure, because it’s not like anyone would act outside their remit would they? Like a civil servant engaging in constructing untrue political slanders?…

    P45s all round… brilliant.

  68. 124
    jacobs crackers says:

    Marx, Lenin, Trotsky, Stalin, Sion Simon….you’re boys took a hell of a beating.

  69. 128
    Anonymous says:

    An interesting comment from PB.com which I thought is worth repeating here. If true this makes me fucking sick to the stomach. This theory is being bandied about elsewhere too.

    Last night Mike Smithson said that one of the false allegations concocted by Brown’s henchmen, about Cameron’s health, was “of such a subtlety and magnitude you have to wonder whether Brown could be fingered”. When you compare and contrast this with what he have been told, SO FAR, there is a disconnect. It doesn’t fit the description.

    A vague hint that he might have had the clap years ago? How is that possessed of a “subtlety and magnitude”?

    I was pondering this disjunct, and reading some of the other comments and articles, and I suddenly realised what was being hinted – what was possibly being insinuated by Brown’s thugs. And indeed it is very subtle and it is very very nasty.

    As I see it (nervous readers please look away now) the implication is that Cameron had “an embarrassing illness” that he gave to his wife a long time ago, which might have contributed to their son’s birth defect.

    Now I don’t know if I am right. But that’s what all the hints seem to be pointing towards, when you join them together.

    And it is, of course, a monumentally despicable lie, especially at a time when the Camerons are grieving for Ivan’s death.

    I suppose the Draper/Brown/McBride defense would be, We didn’t mean that, we just wanted to imply he had the clap and Osborne’s wife is mad, but the trouble for them is that they have confessed they spend time making up snide and revolting fibs about opponents to try and “destabilise” them – how can we believe them when they say Oh, we only meant this nasty unpleasant lie, not that *really* nasty one?

    They should be hung by their own intestines. They are the lowest. Brown, Watson, McBride, Draper.

    SCUM.

    • 393
      Gladstone Screwer says:

      Agreed. I can’t believe that Brown didn’t know what sort of hoonery these bell-ends were up to. He is after all the uber control freak.
      This line of thought is probably near the truth – as this government endlessly lectures the sheeple about how to live their lives, especially in the area of health, and sexual health even more so – the inference would permeate that Cameron is an upper class degenerate, and therefore unfit to govern.
      Very, very sick.

    • 584
      want my country back says:

      precisely. They targeted the wives and families. This isn’t remotely to do with policies and politics. This is the collective insane bile of individuals ,who must be removed from Office, asap.

  70. 130
    Anon says:

    This country has had enough of these useless, criminally minded wankers.

    Even the prisoners are revolting.

  71. 131
    Geordie Girl says:

    It cannot be true that Damian McBride is only 34/35 years old. He makes Brown look good and that’s something I never imagined myself saying. He needs the help of Mylene Klass on “10 Years Younger”.

    Just watching Charles Clarke putting the boot in on Sky News – he doesn’t like McBride or Draper does he.

    • 147

      The help and services of Dignitas would be more appropriate.

      • 212
        Dignitas Switzerland says:

        As mentioned previously , we welcome enquiries from MP’s on the trough. We are happy to extend our offer to the Liebour smear merchants, in particular….well all of them really!

    • 149
      Ginger twat says:

      He’s a Time Lard by the look of him.

    • 385
      Ted Bundy says:

      Geordie Girl – I was also astonished that McBride is in fact only 34 years old. When I read that in the News of the World I thought they’d made a mistake. He has the physical appearance of a very heavy drinker and unhealthy lifestyle. He looks like a 45 year old in poor shape. If he does get to draw his civil service pension I doubt it will be for very long. He needs to get out of the bunker for the sake of his health.

    • 388
      Aethelred says:

      I find it very sad that the BBC have sunk so low as to become spinners for the Smear Twats.

      Perhaps someone who works for the BBC can let us know who is the leader inside the BBC who pushes the nulab party line.

  72. 132
    Lord Loudfart says:

    Well done Guido,now can you get his sexy big titted missus to leave him to compound his misery.

    Draper(SPOIL)
    to permanently spoil something such as someone’s reputation:
    Several important politicians have had their reputations stained by this scandal.

    • 177
      Floater says:

      You have to question why the woman is with Draper.

      Everytime she presents on TV, people will think, “that is the wife of Draper, the person who produces lies and Labour propaganda. If she lives, eats and sleeps with Draper, what do they have in common?

  73. 134
    Hugh Jardon says:

    here we go…
    Go on Charles give them shit.
    ” shameful..pattern of behaviour..Whelan & Draper implicated (no shit sherlock)”
    ..this is now being sold as gossip..not LIES FFS!!

  74. 137
    Droopy says:

    You know, when I say ‘you know’, you know I’m lying…….like, you know.

    In fact I must be lying now, I’ve just opened my mouth.

  75. 140
    Brown's gotta go says:

    Draper is finished. There is no way on earth he can hold onto his position.

    This whole affair has confirmed that the Labour party are evil lying scumbags.

  76. 144
    Eileen Critchley says:

    Gentlemen, lets not get too carried away with all this fuss; this story is of course absolute bollocks to the exhaust fitter in Hull or the dinner lady in Taunton!

    On the face of it, Guido has played a blinder but what is he up against? If you can’t outwit this tired shower of shite then you really ain’t up to much!

    Labour is on its knees, dead almost! Draper! All you had to do was listen to him on Radio 2 last week and well at first I thought it was Clinton Baptiste off Phoenix Nights!

    I prefer to consider what this means for the Tory party, the party I am a member of and have supported all of my life.

    I have always maintained that Dave & Co. are average at best. At this stage it looks as though they’ll ‘walk it’ of course but lets wait and see how long the honeymoon lasts! I give it a few days not weeks or months.

    Few will vote for Dave because they believe in him.

    Is he really the best guy to ‘sell thrift’?

    • 173
      Floater says:

      very true.

      but why is the conservative party so meek and mild? they should be acting as an opposition.

      I only hope they are better in government than they are in opposition.

      • 223
        pissed off voter says:

        Quite so, but people in glass houses …
        I think publication of expenses will say a lot more than simply how much has been stolen. This government are generally perceived as deceitful and dishonest and there are shedloads of examples to substantiate that perception. To assume the tories are better is a leap of faith. They are, after all, politicians. Would you trust a politician with your loose change?

    • 211
      Floater says:

      Labour have treasonably damaged our country. Perhaps the wounds they have inflicited will eventually destroy our country.

      The full extent of the damage is not yet seen.

      Labour must be legally and democratically destroyed as a political party. Their gerrymandered advantages must be neutralisd. Their money-go-round funding to supporting unions, groups and individuals must be eliminated. The BBC must be de-leftified.

      Labour is a poisonous cancer in Britain.

      • 244
        Anonymous says:

        I thought that the role of Mi5 was to prevent this type of thing occuring in our nation? Isn’t their motto ‘It’s worth protecting’?

      • 257
        Anonymous says:

        Standing Applause!

      • 443
        CovLad says:

        In a real open, Freeworld Democracy, there is no place for a state controlled or financed (same thing) med-i-ya.

        eg: A race based immigration system was introduced into this country on behalf of the E.U and not one word was said about it by the BBC.

        The BBC is the problem, reduce tax and remove the tax parasites in one.

        END THE LICENCE FEE

      • 459
        Anonymous says:

        answer to 244
        M15 IS BEING BROCKEN UP INTO 9 REGIONS PRIOR TO THE TRANSFERE OF CONTROL TO THE BOY FROM BERLIN sorry (BRUXELLES)

  77. 150

    Poor Dolly, he had so little credibility before this, but now no-one will believe a word he says. It would be tragic, if it were not so funny.

    • 164
      Dirty Rat says:

      Has all the makings of a great musical. I’ll get in touch with my mate Lloyd-Webber and see what we can knock up.

  78. 153
    Anonymous says:

    Attached is a House of Lords guidance extract from the Crown Prosecution Service specifically detailing what an unlawful grossly offensive message intended to cause annoyance or needless anxiety is under current case law:

    http://www.cps.gov.uk/legal/a_to_c/communications_offences/#p_14

    3. Unlawful content in electronic communications

    Improper use of public electronic communications network – Section 127 Communications Act, 2003

    The Communications Act 2003 section 127, see Stones 8 – 30110B [and Blackstones B19.40], covers the sending of improper messages. Section 127(1)(a) relates to a message etc that is grossly offensive or of an indecent, obscene or menacing character and should be used for indecent phone calls and emails. Section 127(2) targets false messages and persistent misuse intended to cause annoyance, inconvenience or needless anxiety; it includes somebody who persistently makes silent phone calls (usually covered with only one information because the gravamen is one of persistently telephoning rendering separate charges for each call unnecessary).

    If a message sent is grossly offensive, indecent, obscene, menacing or false it is irrelevant whether it was received. The offence is one of sending, so it is committed when the sending takes place. The test for “grossly offensive” was stated by the House of Lords in DPP v. Collins [2006] 1 WLR 2223 to be whether the message would cause gross offence to those to whom it relates (in that case ethnic minorities), who need not be the recipients. The case also said that it is justifiable under ECHR Art 10(2) to prosecute somebody who has used the public telecommunications system to leave racist messages.

    The offence is a summary offence, and part of the fixed penalty scheme.

    • 201
      Floater says:

      If criminal proceedings are not executed under Labour government, they must be done so under the next.

      Lord Ahmed was out in weeks for his crimes.

      If charges are brought under another government, sentencing may be harsher.

    • 229
      CuttingEdge says:

      “We the public demand that McBride is dismissed for gross misconduct/ law breaking.”

      Otherwise he crawls away into his slime-hole with a pension we have to fund.

      I feel a Downing Street petition coming on…

      And if Liam Byrne is the best Brown can put forward as a fire-fighter, the turd-in-chief is really scraping the bottom of the slop bucket, given that the majority of his cabinet (McNulty, Smith, Mandy et al) are already compromised as being thieving scum and non-starters for fronting the damage limitation PR machine.

      Guido, I salute you on a fantastic job brilliantly done (although it would have been nice had you sold the story to the NotW for a token penny.

      Might I suggest a national campaign for street parties on the night of the next general election – ostensibly to give Mr Brown a good send-off? Given the catastrophic state he and Blair have left UK Plc in when looking at the hard years ahead, flushing this cesspit of scum into the sewer of political ignomy at the ballot box will give relatively little satisfaction – however, it could be the last night of national celebration for a very long time to come.

      • 630
        Anonymous says:

        How much was he paid? Any bonus payments? Any car allowance or government supplied transport? What were his expenses? How much will he be paid now he has gone? What will the pension amount be from this job he has been doing? When all the ethical requirements of a civil service job are broken leading to a dishonourable discharge are pension etc reduced, or eliminated?

  79. 156
    Anon says:

    Are new Stassi still utter HOONS or the new, stylish McBRIDES?

  80. 157
    Rob78 says:

    With regards to update 2…Charles Clarke making a leadership bid on the sly? Is Jonah’s house of cards falling down? Can he not remember where he left farmy-farm? Better than a soap opera this!

    • 180
      jo public says:

      why is there not one of the little charlatans who has the balls to stand up and call a vote of no confidence
      even charles clarke drops the ball when handed on a plate
      piss poor performance lol

  81. 158
    Arthur C Clarke says:

    Top work Guido…sun is shining, Christ has risen and Labour is a world of shit of its own making.

    I’ve never voted Labour my conscience is clear unlike some who fell for the whole smoke and mirrors Nu Labour con.

  82. 159
    Anonymous says:

    It would be foolish to allow such poisonous rubbish back in to the fold election time but Mr Brown has shown such lack of judgement it wouldn’t surprise me.

    I don’t understand why the idiots didn’t dredge up the hookers and coke stories to really finish their careers.

    • 219
      Rebecca says:

      Well if you know these “stories” why don’t you post them here you redrag lackie???

  83. 161

    I hear Jacqui is looking for a new letter-writing Richard Timney clone, now that her own shambolic, unkempt, bearded nobody is toast.

    Go for it, Derek.

  84. 163

    I do not believe a word of what Campbell has just said and I have said so on my blog.

  85. 165
    Mc_Pride says:

    Did Lord Mandelson forward the emails to Guido?

    Perhaps he’s had enough of the car crash that is Browns government, which is destroying the party his family helped found

    • 191
      Dirty Rat says:

      More like bring down the whole pile of shit so that he can rise from the ashes and lead his party to greater things.

  86. 167
    Floater says:

    Why is the union UNITE funding such a covert sabotage cell?

    UNITE is funding these operations.

    UNITE must be held accountable.

    • 188
      SpokesPerson for the Yoon-Yun FRAGMENT, says:



      Look (© T. Bliar)

      Shurrup!

      We’re only doin’ wot cums natural, innit?

    • 294
      Anon says:

      Unite is funding the major terrorist cell in the UK – New Stassi

  87. 170
    Anonymous says:

    ‘I have always maintained that Dave & Co. are average at best. At this stage it looks as though they’ll ‘walk it’ of course but lets wait and see how long the honeymoon lasts! I give it a few days not weeks or months.’

    Eileen Critchley hang your head in shame , they will have a good 10 years , we are seeing the total collapse of Labour and they will be consumed with infighting as they try and discover their identity and work out what they stand for.

    I’d put my money on a 125+ majority in the election.

  88. 172
    anonymous says:

    I listened to George Galloway(whom I have no particular love for)interviewing Draper on Talksport last night – Draper was absolutely dire and floundering(half way through Galloway was joined by Adam Boulton on the line from Washington)Draper was completely destroyed. A the end of the interview Galloway asked him what he had to say to Mr & Mrs Cameron;Mr & Mrs Osbourne;Mr & Mrs Dorries and the “jerk” even fluffed that refusing to utter the word “sorry” and reverted to using the line “I regret of course etc etc ….”The line broke up but Galloway’s parting shot was ” I notice that the word sorry never passed your lips Derek although I suppose the word regret is often used as a euphemisim by politicians….”

    Draper has to be”history”from anything to do with the Labour Party( “a party which I love” according to Draper himself )- Well you’ve done the party immeasurable damage Derek so God Help Us if you actually ever fall out of love with the Party!!!!

    • 289
      Anonymous says:

      Galloway, normally a prime twat, was brilliant in that interview.

      Gave Draper lots of rope, then a sublime double upper cut to the chin,
      wham – Draper Dead

      Some reprieve then, for the otherwise unmitigated Sons of Scotchland disaster in Westminster.

      • 317
        Hugh Jardon says:

        The tintyurl thing’s been posted.
        He absolutelyfuckinglootly rinsed Draper!
        Things must be bad for Adam Boulton to give a Liebour goon a hard time.

      • 515
        Anonymous says:

        Hugh

        You miss the point. Boulton gives an idiot like draper a hard time to avoid giving anyone else a hard time. He has been seen to do his job and yet has helped also to isloate and prevent the infection spreading.
        Think what would have happened in comparison if this had been a Tory or Lib Dem. Dave or Nicks balls on a silver platter would not have stopped this story being driven forward. Sorry he’s still doing his masters bidding.

    • 387
      Ted Bundy says:

      In the event of legal action taking place as a result of this sorry mess Draper has probably been well advised not to use the “S” word which would be taken as an admission of guilt and make any later legal defence later on more difficult. Hence the charlatans apology of an expression of regret.

  89. 174
    Anonymous says:

    Everyone is forgetting that McBride knows who knows what. His silence will be repaid by a job in Brussels or a quango sometime before the next election.

  90. 175
    Curly says:

    Is he having some trouble composing himself today?

  91. 180
    Scallywag says:

    Rats, sinking ships, etc., etc…

  92. 182
    The Docker says:

    All tho i agree with what you have done and congratulate you on your work fighting corruption, i feel some of the comments made by your fans here do you a disservice. lets not forget that all party’s do this sh*t and it’s us who are getting fu*ked on a daily basis by ALL politicians.

    • 190
      Floater says:

      Draper Bot Damage limitation. Lump all politicians together…

      NO this is what Labour does.

      get back to the bunker Draper-Bot.

  93. 185
    anonybot says:

    This whole sorry saga also says a lot about Draper’s professionalism as a “Pyschotherapist” if he was even willing to utter the words “totally brilliant” about scurillous e-mails alleging a senior conservative politicians wife was “emotionall fragile”. I would have thought that any professional body that presuably he belongs to will want a full explanation of this apparent failure by him to uphold “professional standard of that profession”!

    I can’t see his “patients”(if he actually has any) having much confidence in him now or in the future if he is willing to even consider uttering such a phrase even whether he decided not to proceed with the allegations or not

    • 203
      Anonymous says:

      psychotherapists arent regulated by anyone.

    • 252
      pissed off voter says:

      Wow! you managed to get Draper and professionalism into the same sentence. He’ll be offering you a job before the day’s out.

    • 278
      talwin says:

      On Planet Draper you do not realise how pathetic your explanation/spin sound to others (‘just a mate emailing his mate…..’). You do not understand that some people have reasonably well-informed critical judgement.

      Draper reminds me of my two years old grandson who covers his eyes and assumes, therefore, that he cannot be seen.

  94. 186
    Floater says:

    Where is Harman Pride?

    • 194
      The HaHaHaHaPersons Prude, says:



      Coooeeee!

      We’re still on our Intensive Weekend for Progressives ‘n that, innit.

      But we just KNEW you’d miss us!!

      • 236
        Rebecca says:

        The whore is back! Anyone got 50p that’s what she charges for a knee trembler up the back alley it’s the going price for new labour “sex workers”.

    • 198
      Mc_Pride says:

      Where’s Harman_Pride?

      Keep up at the back! He resigned yesterday

      Harman_Pride = Damien McBride

      • 222
        lightbulb says:

        Oh yeah, rhyming slang. What a knut, he was a right bullying prick seeing sedition everywhere. That’s what I hate about these bastards. I could forgive them fucking up the economy (we can fix that) but not what they’ve done to our freedoms; we’ll never get those back now.

    • 263
      Anonymous says:

      She’s had a fall.

    • 389
      Ted Bundy says:

      Where is Harman Pride?

      Harman Pride-McBride resigned from his post yesterday.

  95. 189
    Anonymous says:

    Anyone want to assist in taking a leaf out of the Thai’s book?

    Get McMental out, nick a tank too.

    Excellent fun for all the family.

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    Ctesibius says:

    I may be a bit slow on the uptake, but the penny dropped with me a few minutes ago. I’m posting the comment I just put up on PB for the information of anyone reading Guido’s blog too:

    I simply don’t accept (as Geoff Hoon would say) that Gordon Brown could NOT have been aware of this. These emails were carefully put together – they were part of a PROJECT – and it is inconceivable that he could not be aware of what was going on. Imagine the scene once this spinning started? Would Brown’s acolytes in his office have been feigning surprise and amazement in front of him each time one came out into the press, then sniggering behind their hands as soon as the Great Man left his desk? Be real, people, that’s an inconceivable scenario with a workaholic control-freak like Brown.

    And what was that Project? The absolute, total, utter horror is that it revolved around Ivan Cameron, the most vulnerable person they could get at in the Cameron family. That has an utterly horrific, almost Dark Ages theological pathos. Here was a profoundly disabled person, suffering greatly all of his life, yet supported by the love of his family. Any ‘privileges’ Cameron’s family has are set to naught against the challenge they faced in caring for Ivan and allowing him to live in dignity and a loving household. These people are monsters who saw that, but laughed at Ivan and twisted their ‘toffs’ agenda to use him as a weapon against his loving parents. It’s almost inconceivable. It’s more like reading Beowulf and then finding that the vile monsters in the lake are alive and well and paid by me to sit around in Downing Street.

    This explains two things:

    1) The ‘Toffs campaign’ in Crewe. This was a sinister and evil development of that line: ‘look’, the Labour spinners would say, ‘Cameron has all that privilege, but he is sick inside. Don’t trust him, look what he did to his son’. We all thought the Toffs Campaign was a daft anomaly. In fact it was just the start of a sick, sick, sick personal campaign.

    2) Why the campaign was pulled. Draper said yesterday that he pulled the campaign just because he felt it wasn’t quite right. Draper lies compulsively, so we can discount anything he says. No, the reason the campaign was pulled was because poor Ivan Cameron died. And the reason the Government is willing to sacrifice its credibility on this level is damage limitation – to prevent this foul truth coming out.

    And this on Easter Sunday.

    • 362
      Nipper says:

      Well said Ctesibius. This appears to be the general concensus. Strange how the dead tree press haven’t really looked at this angle. Of course the blame for this lies with Brown himself – if you want to understand an organisation, you have to look at the leader. QED.

    • 508
      Aberdeen Angus McDayie says:

      The truly sinister aspect of the Cameron smear is the fact of social services. Family law is currently so skewed in favour of the rights of the child against the rights of all other parties, that social services can remove a child from a family and no human law or judge can overrule them.

      Was the real intent of the Cameron smear to part, or threaten to part, Cameron’s children from his family?

  99. 210
    Damian says:

    Let’s just focus on the fact that McBride & Co were on the State payroll as Civil Servants paid to promote Labour, Blair & Brown, and ‘dish dirt’ on other political parties.

    That should have been paid for by the Labour Party and retrospectively legislation should be passed to ensure Labour gets the bill for the last 12 years of Labour activists on the ‘Whithall teat’ with MPs & Labour donors snouts in the Westminster trough.

    Payback time !!!!!

    • 218
      Floater says:

      No. We dont “just focus” on that fact.

      There are many wrongs that need correcting.

      UNITE is funding political propaganda. They must receive such ‘focus’

  100. 213
    Anton says:

    Hey Droopy, time to concentrate on your career as a psychotherapist by fucking off and having another mental breakdown. And take that other nut job with you, Ali Cambo.

  101. 214
    King Karlos says:

    H/T to Anorak

    “Is this all just a case of Nominative Determinism – Guido exposes smears; McBride is a force behind Brown; Draper is behind the curtains?”

  102. 224

    Why has no-one addressed the other issue of Gordon Brown’s homosexuality?

    • 245
      Hugh Jardon says:

      That would be like hitting a barn door with banjo…..
      That however, must come out in time.

      When he gets the sack at the G.E, perhaps he could get a job at Thorntons???..Packing Fudge.

      • 254

        but it is still important.

        This deception lies at the heart of Government.

        The ‘Gay’ mafia have been dominating this Country for years.

    • 247
      lord peter of hartypoof and boy says:

      Believe me, they have.

    • 397
      simon r says:

      As much as I hate the guy his confused sexuality is no big deal, true there are plenty of gay people in Government and in the Tory party as well but I don’t think you could call it a Mafia.

      The problem is the number of Scots, the unelected advisors parachuted into the Lords, the links with the BBC and the dodgy businessmen on the make.

      I don’t care if my MPs do it with donkeys, I just want my country run properly.

  103. 225
    Terry_fiedowork says:

    Bless you Guido.I too,am a first time reader of your blog.For me this is a Robinson Crusoe/Man Friday experience.I am not alone.Your readers tell me what I have thought for years.Get this New Labour shite out.

  104. 230
    10 Years Younger says:

    Just seen in the Times that McBride is 34 years old!! Jesus Christ!!!

  105. 232
    Anonymous says:

    I am so happy! Draper on every Sunday paper! Newsagent thought I had just been laid – this is actually better..

  106. 235
    Grytpype-thynne says:

    My friends, Tom Watson has gone to ground.The “Minister for digital engagement” and i/c spinning has not replied to or moderated his blog for some days.Fear?Guilty conscince? Sorry, that last is absurd!

    • 237
      Grytpype-thynne says:

      sorry, conscience, as in not

    • 638
      Geoffrey says:

      ah, you refer to the next domino. There must be a ticky email around with his name on it. (btw nice to see that name after so many years)

  107. 240
    Democrat says:

    Yes – Free the English 60 million – NOW!

    I can’t believe we have let these poor 60 million souls be captured an held to ransom by these weasel wording [is that correct?: Ed] Northern sons of the porridge.

    Let them go to live a life with dignity.

    • 269
      English Rose says:

      The English are 30-40 million tops.
      Don’t you mean the British when you talk about 60 million?. Big difference.
      The English are! being held in captivity whilst variously dumped upon, leached off and infected by the Scots, the Indian Sub continent and most of the third world.
      The English have no English parliament, gross political discrimination and Cameron and Co won’t correct this wrong.
      Only David Davis seems to support it – probably one of the reasons the true masters of the UK made sure he would never be leader.

      • 639
        Geoffrey says:

        freedom from Scotland sounds good for me – the ones who did great deeds have all left now, leaving a gene pool that’s a sort of slurry with a whinge on top.

    • 492
      Democrat says:

      ER

      You’re not wrong.

      Time to ban the porridge eaters – and their poisonous ways.

  108. 241
    Siberian Tory says:

    The best point on this subject I’ve heard all day was made by my mother.

    “It’s a measure of the man [Draper] that after suffuring a nervous break down and then training as a psycotherapist that he would thinks smearing Osbournes wife for being emotionally fragile “is totally brilliant””.

  109. 242
    Anonymous says:

    LabourHome are getting in a tizzy. They just posted a new story urging “comrades” not to criticise the PM and other ministers who are (in their words) innocent with regard to this story.

    15 minutes later the story has vanished.

    Perhaps even they realised how ridiculous it sounded – after all it’s the PM and ministers who employ these PR cretins and have been turning a blind eye to their juvenile antics.

    • 640
      Geoffrey says:

      Yes, they can’t afford the line of play that starts with – Labour ministers are disempowered – and goes on to -because they cannot be trusted and are incompetent – and leads to – because the paranoid leader can only cope with ‘yes people’

  110. 246
    Just A. Punter says:

    I just don’t understand what this resignation means.

    Is he out of his current job title and still getting the same cash and will eventually get another job title?

    Has he resigned from the Civil Service? If he has, does he still get pension etc or does he sign on on Tuesday?

    Can someone enlighten me.

    • 318
      the war is not lost..... says:

      He will still be troughing it. He cant be sacked in the true sense of the word, he knows where ALL the bodies are buried.

    • 615
      Bob Sodbury says:

      Some one will correct me if I am wrong, but I believe he had to resign from the Civil Service to take up the post he has just left.

  111. 249

    MMMM the sweet taste of Labour tears

  112. 251
    Badbobby says:

    Congratulations Guido! McBride is only the first fox of the day! Tally ho! Watch your back though…

  113. 258

    How come the Downing Strasse spokesweasel is claiming that no-one else in Downing Strasse knew anything about these emails?

    Just where the fuck does Tom “Cocksucker” Watson have his desk? He was copied on the fucking emails.

    • 292
      talwin says:

      How does a spokeswhatsit know that no one else knew anything about these emails. How does anyone know what anyone else knows or does not know? And therein lies the delicious irony that for all Brown’s standard position, ‘It was nae me’, Labour’s historical lying and their sleazy apparatchiks have gifted the Tories with the continuing notion that Brown and others of the inner circle just may have known.

    • 641
      Geoffrey says:

      That would be Tom ‘next domino’ Watson

  114. 261
    Sir Reginald Titbrain says:

    Perhaps David Irving was right after all. Poor old Adolf really didn’t know about the holocaust after all. Excuse me, I will complete this post later, Lady Titbrain has just told me there are some men in white coats at the door…

  115. 262

    Why has no-one demanded the return of McVile’s salary from ZaNuLabour?

    Surely this was money obtained by false pretences as he is nothing more than an ‘uncivil’ servant?

  116. 265
    Rexel 56 says:

    O/T but look at this headline from BBC News Website:

    PM plan for compulsory volunteers

    Prime Minister Gordon Brown has pledged to ensure every young person has done 50 hours of voluntary work by the time they are 19-years-old.</i?

    Compulsory volunteers – you couldn’t make it up!!!!

    R56

  117. 270
    Raving Loon says:

    The hoons have come home to roost.

  118. 274
    ThePlumbers - Smeargate says:

    McBroon = Nixon

  119. 275
    Tom says:

    KATE IS PREGNANT, TAKE HER PICTURE OF THIS WEBSITE YOU TIT.

  120. 277
    jo public says:

    mmm imagine the spin in no 10 now:

    Mc one eyed scottish idiot
    ” deny all it wasnt me.gov”.

    “After all It wasnt me who was in charge of the treasury for the last ten years was it?”

    ” i know lets offer sharia to the 4 million muslims and get back some block vote. but only in england, thatll work”

    “The voters will buy it get mandy to deliver”

    “and then transfer all funds offshore and head for edinburgh”

    Darling” but sire youve allready done that”

    brown “oh shit”

  121. 279
    Tom says:

    KATE IS PREGNANT, TAKE HER PICTURE OF THIS WEBSITE YOU BIG TIT.

  122. 286
    Half eyed Scottish idiot says:

    D Dolly on Sky news yesterday said McBride worked “FOR LABOUR” for many years. Freudian slip? Maybe the labour party will pay the taxpayer back for his wages all these years.

  123. 287
    Anonymous says:

    It seems that politics has descended even further into who can leak at the highest speed and dump it onto some arse-brained non-accountable blog.
    No prizes for the moron who was stupid enough to circulate such stupid ideas on e-mailthough, deserved to be shot.

  124. 290
    Sarah says:

    The Grauniad have a total lockdown on any comments on the “redrag” story.
    Comment is free????

  125. 293
    Floater says:

    “This covert black propaganda operation started in America”

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    fifi says:

    guido this has been a fabulous easter with a tremendous result – keep up the good work…….

  128. 309
    Deep Throat says:

    Far from being just a little local difficulty this latest episode could yet prove to be Labours Watergate !

  129. 312
    Anonymous says:

    I keep hearing that McBride and Draper were planning to smear Cameron by using his disabled son, Ivan (now deceased)

    Does anyone know what that is all about?

  130. 314

    Damn it, I’m so sick of this Nu-Lab f**k-w**k that I’m going to state my case, perhaps a little prematurely:
    There is a paedophile ring right at the very heart of New Labour, and it involves Blair and Prescott, that much I am absolutely certain of. Brown is possibly involved too, but if not, then he is/was certainly aware of it, at the very least.

    I have some hard evidence, but so far it can’t be absolutely proved, and so it’s not enough to absolutely nail the bastards. It is known that someone else has video evidence, but they’ve gone abroad, and they won’t come forward with it unless certain conditions are satisfied. I’m trying to get those conditions met, which is very difficult as I’m not really in any position of power to do so, or to put it plainly, I cannot convince them to trust me. They’re scared, and I can’t blame them for that. Even if they trusted me, how can they know for sure that I wouldn’t be compromised by others?

    But damn it, there is a paedophile ring at the very heart of New Labour, I know that much for sure.

    Reply
    503Lancashire Oik says:
    April 12, 2009 at 6:18 am
    Yeah, and this isn’t a half-arsed attempt to smear Guido’s blog.

    “If you think we’re bad, just look what they’re saying about us”.

    You must think we’re fucking stupid, you cretin. Fuck off back to LiebourLost or wherever else you sprang from.

    Reply
    508James says:
    April 12, 2009 at 6:45 am
    No, Lanc, I assure you that I am being deadly serious, and that my comment was not meant as some sort of “double-bluff” from a Labour stooge. Guido has my utmost respect for what he has achieved today, and I salute him. What I have written is not intended as any sort of smear (indeed, I don’t see how you have arrived at such a conclusion at all). I detest New Labour, and I’m being totally serious here. Please reconsider.

    549Sir Reginald Titbrain says:
    April 12, 2009 at 11:07 am
    508.
    Mr Oik has come to the conclusion because it is an obvious one. Tell us the difference between ‘Cameron has got the clap’ and ‘Blair is a paedo’?
    As it stands there isn’t any, one, the other, neither or both could conceivably be true, and why should we believe you.
    As it stands you are on the level with someone who has just seen a flying saucer and is telling everyone down the pub, who all think you are a loony. Only Martians calling in for a quick half before closing time will redeem your reputation.

    537Member of the Court of Public Opinion says:
    April 12, 2009 at 9:11 am
    Oh please let it be true and please produce the evidence! Labour will be finished for ever.

    Reply
    551Chris Close says:
    April 12, 2009 at 11:36 am
    There is a great deal of truth in all of this.

    Jeremy Beecham of the LGA,formerly leader of Newcastle city council attempted suicide during the Shieldfield Child abuse scandal in Newcastle in the 90s and this scummy party tried to destroy my career to hide his behaviour.

    5 kids id’d him and he only got off through a ‘deal’ which led to the abusers getting off and getting damages for defamation through G Bindman, another Solicitor and Nulabour luvee……….

  131. 321

    @Guido: Good work fella, obviously. However, I am getting sick of hearing you described as either a “right-wing blogger” or a “conservative/tory blogger” on Sky, Beeb, etc. – are you trying your best to put them straight on this?

    I loved how Sky’s political correspondent found it bad or incredulous that through blogging, people (i.e. not just powerful news agencies) were allowed to express their views and opinions, I mean, the nerve!!! ;-)

  132. 323
    BOFL http://ageofkali.blogspot.com/ says:

    who else is stealing your money?

  133. 324
    City of Vice says:

    The Tories. namely Chris Graylin doing the rounds on TV, making an error in calling for Brown to apologise over this.Why give Labour the chance of issuing a damage limitating apology? Let ‘em burn!

    Hannan took a better approach in ‘that speech’. By stating that the Brown was ‘pathologically incapable’ of accepting blame or responsibility for anything, Hannan hit a nerve that chimed with the electorate’s understanding of Brown.

    The Tories should concentrate on pointing out this sleaze lies at the heart of government, in Brown’s office, and keep banging on about it.

  134. 325
    Hedgy says:

    Broonnnn did exactly the same as McBride when he was a teenager at Edinburgh Uni, where he smeared the establishment and became Rector by some very devious tactics…nothing changes…

  135. 326
    Mr Christopher says:

    Mr Fawkes really is the Man of the Moment!

    Like a 17th century pamphleteer, Guido should take care that Malefactors do not prepare him for the Assassin, or frame him so as to cut off his ears in the pillory as an example to anyone else who dare take on Beelzebub and his Bad Battalions!

    A splendid, wonderful, piece of work, Guido!

    • 532
      Anonymous says:

      MI 50
      They watch and tag us. We watch and tag them. Don’t worry.

    • 647
      Are Sky really Skynet? says:

      You are right Mr Christopher. The British State has some extremely nasty elements to it, as the Queen herself once acknowledged. David Kelly, John Charles De Menezes, Blair Peach, Ian Tomlinson… the death rate keeps rising, and when things get tough, people mysteriously seem to die more often…

      Keep safe Guido.

      By the way, if you need any help hauling barrels into cellars do let me know – figuratively speaking of course ; )

  136. 332

    Quoting other people earlier and adding to their comments, New Labour is festooned with paedophiles

    Damn it, I’m so sick of this Nu-Lab f**k-w**k that I’m going to state my case, perhaps a little prematurely:
    There is a paedophile ring right at the very heart of New Labour, and it involves Blair and Prescott, that much I am absolutely certain of. Brown is possibly involved too, but if not, then he is/was certainly aware of it, at the very least.

    I have some hard evidence, but so far it can’t be absolutely proved, and so it’s not enough to absolutely nail the bastards. It is known that someone else has video evidence, but they’ve gone abroad, and they won’t come forward with it unless certain conditions are satisfied. I’m trying to get those conditions met, which is very difficult as I’m not really in any position of power to do so, or to put it plainly, I cannot convince them to trust me. They’re scared, and I can’t blame them for that. Even if they trusted me, how can they know for sure that I wouldn’t be compromised by others?

    But damn it, there is a paedophile ring at the very heart of New Labour, I know that much for sure.

    Reply
    503Lancashire Oik says:
    April 12, 2009 at 6:18 am
    Yeah, and this isn’t a half-arsed attempt to smear Guido’s blog.

    “If you think we’re bad, just look what they’re saying about us”.

    You must think we’re fucking stupid, you cretin. Fuck off back to LiebourLost or wherever else you sprang from.

    Reply
    508James says:
    April 12, 2009 at 6:45 am
    No, Lanc, I assure you that I am being deadly serious, and that my comment was not meant as some sort of “double-bluff” from a Labour stooge. Guido has my utmost respect for what he has achieved today, and I salute him. What I have written is not intended as any sort of smear (indeed, I don’t see how you have arrived at such a conclusion at all). I detest New Labour, and I’m being totally serious here. Please reconsider.

    549Sir Reginald Titbrain says:
    April 12, 2009 at 11:07 am
    508.
    Mr Oik has come to the conclusion because it is an obvious one. Tell us the difference between ‘Cameron has got the clap’ and ‘Blair is a paedo’?
    As it stands there isn’t any, one, the other, neither or both could conceivably be true, and why should we believe you.
    As it stands you are on the level with someone who has just seen a flying saucer and is telling everyone down the pub, who all think you are a loony. Only Martians calling in for a quick half before closing time will redeem your reputation.

    537Member of the Court of Public Opinion says:
    April 12, 2009 at 9:11 am
    Oh please let it be true and please produce the evidence! Labour will be finished for ever.

    Reply
    551Chris Close says:
    April 12, 2009 at 11:36 am
    There is a great deal of truth in all of this.

    Jeremy Beecham of the LGA,formerly leader of Newcastle city council attempted suicide during the Shieldfield Child abuse scandal in Newcastle in the 90s and this scummy party tried to destroy my career to hide his behaviour.

    5 kids id’d him and he only got off through a ‘deal’ which led to the abusers getting off and getting damages for defamation through G Bindman, another Solicitor and Nulabour luvee……….

  137. 334
    Mel says:

    Brill stuff. But Guido has become part of the chatterati himself now. Being interviewed on Today etc. Stick to the blog mate – you are in danger of losing your cred at your moment of triumph.

    • 451
      Floater says:

      perhaps – but perhaps he can have license and budget to initiate some episodes of Dispatches

  138. 335
    Pugwash says:

    Remain aloof Guido, maintain the mystery..

  139. 338
    Pete H says:

    Congratulations Guido on all of the positive coverage you are getting today. Are Guido & Iain Dale going to be Brown’s Bernstein and Woodward?

  140. 342
    Geoffrey says:

    You are the world’s greatest Mr Fawkes.

    Keep it rolling.

  141. 343
    Advert says:

    Got an infestation of scotish Vermin!
    Give them a dose of “Guido” to eradicate the scumbags.

  142. 344
    Chalcedon says:

    We’ll soon see if a certain person has any mates.

  143. 346
    BREAKING NEWS says:

    In an effort to reverse the fortunes of the Labour Party, Gordon Brown, Prime Minister (hallelujah), has decided, in a determined effort, to both shake Labour from it’s seedy reputation as a bad employer and bad governor of just about, well, everything and its crap use of the internet as a means of communication par excellence, ala Guido Forks, to deliver his most heartfelt and sincere not quite apology but something remotely near it, by way of starting his own blog.

    Gordon, as is his want, has looked at several models and prefers one with easy user access. His site is to be known as:

    itwasnaeme.com

    email him at, oh no, forget it, he doesn’t know anything about this stuff……

  144. 353
    molesworth_1 says:

    Galloway & Boulton tear Derek a new one. Very entertaining. http://new.talksport.net/

    This story’s got legs you know…

    Nadine Dorries confirms her intention to seek legal advice (on Tuesday) & floats the idea of using other legal channels (F.O.I. etc.) to ‘get at the truth’.

    Grayling pushes for an aplogy from the PM… remember that line?

    With Liam Byrne the only cabinet minister visible, Charles Clarke wheels in (…again) to harrumph from the back benches.

    Looks like a lot of tories are having a working holiday ;)

    McBride’s gone & Draper’s damaged beyond repair.

    Tom Watson may well be the next target – either in the aftermath of this current debacle, or with another well-aimed strike on the next Bank Holiday weekend, only three weeks away.

    This would leave Brown exposed & de-stabilised (both externally & internally), with his best two attack/counter-attack dogs neutered.
    And Labour’s internet strategy is completely bent out of shape. Derek, being an ‘erratic’ driver has smacked Labourlist into the wall like an F1 rookie at Monaco.

    And then, four weeks after the Mayday Bank Holiday (nice touch, lads!) we have the Spring Bank Holiday.

    Between now & then, however, we also have the release of MP’s expenses. Whilst there will doubtless be embarassments across the board on that score, whose team looks in better shape to grasp that particular nettle?

    There’s also the small matter of The Budget, which as a matter of course focusses all attention on Brown & Darling, but gives Osbourne a set-piece ‘response’, with guaranteed coverage.

    I’m expecting Brown to enter the summer recess isolated, weakened & fretful. A hot, sticky, hostile & unrelenting prelude to the conference season, perhaps.

    It’s like ‘The West Wing’,only better, and there’s all of Monday to go yet.

  145. 357
    Anonymous says:

    I think Guido should have waited another week or two, all the main policitical journos are away on holiday, the Commons is in recess and this story is going to fade away. If PMQ’s was due on Wednesday then you’d really see some action

  146. 358
    Jacqui five bellies says:

    355: Agreed. The BBC in particular are very keen to kill this story. I’ve never known the BBC take so much interest in the Pope or some third world Country’s political collapse.

    • 371
      Anonymous says:

      Yes turmoil in Thailand clearly more important to this country than the PM running a smear programme, although the polar bear story is a good one!

      • 380
        Sir Reginald Titbrain says:

        From the DT polar bear story

        “The woman has proved herself to be careless by jumping into the enclosure,” a police spokesman said afterwards. “Logic tells us that polar bears will do this type of thing in this situation.”

      • 421
        Anonymous says:

        and now it the Polich Revolution with the infallible huffing Hanharan (another Scotch export) at the helm, no Brian we really don’t want to know about scandal and disgust at home do we?

    • 376
      felldweller says:

      Which is presumably why the BBC have been running this as their main headline for the best part of the morning.

      • 381
        Anonymous says:

        “He’s resigned, isnt that an end to it”. Not really taking it seriously are they?

    • 642
      Geoffrey says:

      That’s been bothering me a bit too – but I really don’t want to beliave that the BBC has a pro Labour agenda

  147. 359
    Gordon Brown says:

    This resignation was caused by email, which started in America…

  148. 361
    SRJ says:

    What the fuck is Peter Spencer spouting on SKY news. He can’t bring himself to say it is a 10 Downing Street Problem.

  149. 364
    redcliffe62 says:

    chronic 350, i assure you scotland has been fucked good and hard as well, by brown and his brownshirts and brownskirts, do not think it was only england.
    heard a rumour that mcbride was applying for a new job, as head of pr at the metropolitan police, ability to lie essential. no experience in areas with honesty and integrity required.

  150. 366
    John Findlater in Aberdeen says:

    Great Stuff Guido,, I,ve followed your blog, plus Ian Dales, etc and you guys have been the only true unbiased and freedom writing jouranlists in this country over the last few years.
    The fact is the mass media and Zanulabour have been in colusion either hiding the facts or, as in the case of the now discredited Daily telegraph, helping to spin for the Government,,, see Melissa Kite or “Shite” as we call her with her cut and paste job today. People like her a disgrace to the Journalistic profession.
    As for the BBC, I listened to your chat with Naughtie on R4, later a correspondant came up with the snobbish aside that people should stay away from your blog. The fact is I imagine that yours, Ians and TB blogs will become more popular than ever ,, just as Dan Hannan,s great speech (2 million plus hits so far) proved how out of touch, lazy, incestious and frankly irrelevant todays Dead Press and TV news medias are.
    Keep up the good work Guido,, you,ve proved once and for all what a nasty, thuggish bunch of gangster Zanulabour are and the quicker they are all out of government and back to the gutter where they came from the better.

    I hope also you have more supporters out there who are capable of taking up the fight by carrying with new blogs, should anything happen to you,, god forbid they don,t do a David Kelly on you, or a Damian Green.

    If you need support I,m more than willing to standby you,,and I ask others who believe in what you do to lend their support (maybe a freinds of guido site on youtube) because if they come for you,, they come for me too,,,and all of us

  151. 367
    Mulder and Scully says:

    When the Dolly Hoon got the emails which he thought were so brilliant, I suspect he might have got a bit of a Hugh Jardon and started a courtin’ Mrs double D
    Shocked by the amorous overtures, our Kate must have enquired as to the cause of said stiffy. Dolly must have confided.
    Kate must know the whole truth and must expose her conniving hoon husband forthwith.
    The truth is out there!

  152. 368

    The MSM are missing the point- McBride was/is a civil servant, not a party apparatchik but nevertheless was carrying out party political dirty work from inside No. 10 at the taxpayer’s expense. That’s going largely unremarked, which shows how much NuLabour have undermined constitutional government, and that what passes for political reporting isn’t fit for purpose. Twenty-five years ago, a first year law undergraduate would have been able to explain precisely why this breach was so grave and so fundamentally important.

  153. 369
    REDBEARD says:

    NEWS JUST IN……….It has been confirmed that Britain has been hijacked by a number of Scotish pirates.

    • 374
      Hugh Jardon says:

      As my dad used to say…
      ” the only men who wear an eyering are either puffs or pirates…”

      SO…

      Cyclops…Puff or Pirate?
      Manhandleybums..Puff or Pirate?
      Byrne..Puff or Pirate?
      BadgerFace..Puff or Pirate?

      • 531
        Tramp's Vest says:

        Why, that’s the crew of the old Brown Pearl. Don’t show ‘em your manifest Pike!

  154. 370
    Pete H says:

    The most amazing thing is that Draper, Byrne and the rest of their gang keep going on about “private emails”. If I was to send a libellous email to a “mate” using my employer’s email system then I have no right to privacy and my employer (err… that would be Brown) is accountable for my actions and the contents of the email.

  155. 383
    Ministry of Justice says:

    I feel it my duty to report to the Prime Minister that the whole country is now involved in concerted indiscipline.

  156. 386
    Ratkins says:

    So re the labourlist – where is Schillings media management?
    John Kelly (named as contact on labourlist) should stick to working on cctv sex activities of people like Lizzy Jagger (as he has boasted of in print) – I’m sure Mick wants everyone reminded of THAT incident.
    With politics he is out of his depth.

  157. 391
    Anonymous says:

    The fact that Mr. Fawkes allegedly bought the smears from a Tory leak, for profit, has probably been lost somewhere

    • 399
      Anonymous says:

      lost somewhere behind the PM’s right hand man trying to smear Osbornes wife. What’s wrong with you man?

    • 401
      Ratsniffer says:

      Oh and of course the labour loving MSM never pay for information, do they…

  158. 392
    Anonymous says:

    You beauty!

  159. 394
    Anonymous says:

    Or the fact that the Red Rag website was set up to counter Tory backed Blogs, which they leak private government infortmation to on a dailly basis.

    Cameron has always been the king of leaks, smear, PR. On the basis that he doesn’t have any policies to talk about.

    So, I for one, have no sympathy for his party. Or this blogger. If you live by the sword.

    David Camerpon’s sexually transmitted disease. George Osborne, sleeping with prostittues. The back bencher, promoting his gay lovers business, via the commons.

    It’s all probably going tom come out. Because of Tory backed stooges like Mr. Fakes

    • 398
      Ratsniffer says:

      Go away you sad turd.

    • 400
      Anonymous says:

      Well done Draper. You’ve just repeated all the lies from your nasty little conspiracy with McBride, Brown, Whelan etc.

      You think if you keep throwing enough mud at the Tories that some of it will stick. Well it’s not sticking to the Tories it’s sticking to you. And it’s not mud, it’s shit.

    • 404
      Anonymous says:

      You missed out the nastiest, most dishonest smear of the lot, Derek: don’t forget your vile lie that David and Samantha Cameron had a disabled child because they had a venereal disease.

      Which sick, evil mind thought up that one?

      Was it Damien McBride? Nick Brown? Gordon Brown?

      It could have been any of you. You’re all sick sociopathic scum.

    • 416

      And “Red Rag” has been really effective hasn’t it?

      Onanism like this is very bad for you, you know.

    • 545
      Aethelred says:

      Now we see the true face of nulaber.

      Whatever happened to the political correctness?

      It seems that for nulaber, political correctness was just a convenience to stifle debate and trample freedom.

    • 563
      Cicero says:

      “tom come out”??
      Is that a Freudian slip?

  160. 395
    Anonymous says:

    I’m looking forward to seeing Tom Watson, Nick Brown, and Charlie Whelan get dragged into this conspiracy. After that Gordon Brown will be in the sights.

  161. 402
    Anonymous says:

    I’m not sue the Tory’s can complain. Mr. Green was arrested for trying to bromance his way to cinfidential government information, that he could leak to blog stoogers like r. Fawkes to forn over.

    It’s a shady business. The Tories can’t publish it, as it’s potentially liableous. So they let Tory stooges like Fawkesm, with obvious agendas, to take the risk

    Man many leaks on the government appear on here. None on Cameron or the tories.

    Meaning the obvious thing is the tories leak information to blue blooded buffoons like this, and then he makes money from it.

    I notice the author refuses to say who leaked the information, or whether he was payed for printing it.

    Let’s be honest.. Rags like this are just right wing propaganda machines for talenltess idiots like Cameron.

    And the very reason The Red Rag, and tales of Cameron’s sexually transmitted diseases got into the public domain anyway

    Man

    • 418

      Can we have that again, in English?

    • 452
      Anonymous says:

      Man, f**k off.

    • 465
      Anonymous says:

      Its jail and unemployment for you people

    • 611
      Sungei Patani says:

      What an illiterate class ridden posting. If Cameron is so talentless how come he runs rings round Brown at Prime Minister’s questions every week?

      Mr Green was arrested for obtaining and making public, information that was embarrassing to the government. Something Brown has admitted to doing when he was in opposition – but he was not arrested.

      Is there one law for this opposition but a different one for a former Labour one?

      I think all the information that Damien Green made public was through conventional media; the press and the broadcasters – not a blog. Do try to get you facts right old chap.

  162. 405
    Michael says:

    No one remotely concerned about how this email was obtained by Guido then? Of course you’re not.

    • 408
      Ratsniffer says:

      Don’t know, don’t care. Just rejoice.

      • 424
        Michael says:

        Hypocrisy reigns, I see. What a terrible invasion of Mr Green’s privacy, eh?

      • 434
        The Broomstick Man says:

        He had plod march through his office and his property for just doing his job.

        I rest my case.

    • 455
      Anonymous says:

      No, not really, I’m more concerned about the activities of the shite who are, or so they inform us, running the country.

    • 520
      D says:

      He couldn’t have used any means that the Government can’t use…

    • 618

      I’m very glad we were allowed to see the email that we the public paid for.

      Guido helped us see whether our “civil” “servants” are value for money, or civil or work for us.

    • 643
      Geoffrey says:

      Hacking seems unlikely to me. I’d guess someone to whom it was sent or forwarded could perhaps not have had a strong enough stomach to go all the way with the Labour cause

  163. 406
    Anonymous says:

    So in trith. Cameron has an STD. Osborne is a bit of a sexual deviant. And a back bencher is using the commons to publicise his gay lovers business.

    A normal day at Tory HQ

    • 411
      Ratsniffer says:

      The rabid rebutal unit is out in force today then…..

      • 428
        Anonymous says:

        The Mandlebum buttstains have been told to drop their easter eggs and hit the ky-boards, master stroke!

    • 413
      Anonymous says:

      well at least they didn’t lie about WMD’s in Iraq, claim “no more boom and bust” before one of the biggest recessions in history, create a Home Office that was unfit for purpose and spread rumours like that. I could go on

      • 493
        toby says:

        #407 – yep, their boss is about to become personae non grata so the leash is off and they’re all demob happy.

        expect more utter shite from lefty fucktards trying to raise the smears by proxy over, and over and over.

        Cameroon and Osborne need to come out guns blazing on this, forget the tory ‘attack dogs’ its now time to show fury, the public is behind them on this and with a bit of guidence the tory front bench could dictate MSM direction leading up to a vote of no confidence

  164. 407
    Mrs Disillusioned says:

    New to all this blogging & twittering etc. Excellent stuff. Will all you journos & tv presenters please please please make sure it gets properly followed up & questions asked in the mainstream press & TV so the evil perpetrators are not allowed to get away with it?

  165. 409

    All of this is public domain and more to the point true.

    • 426
      Michael says:

      There’s lots more on Osbourne. Time for the gloves to come off, I reckon.

      • 436
        the earl of harlesden says:

        I bet that’s what you say to all the boys when you’re ready for a fisting.

      • 440
        Simon Cowell says:

        Michael, if you’re the afternoons entertainment, I can tell you you’re fucking crap.

      • 513
        Brown's Jeff Gannon. says:

        Now you know Matron ties the gloves on to stop you fiddling. If there’s any more of that talk I’ll see to it that they take your pass away.

  166. 410
    Mikey says:

    RE: Michael

    The fact that most leaks on the government appear on here, should answer that question from you.

    I think the leaks generally go from Damien Green, to right wing tory rags like this for publication.

    • 414
      hushmail says:

      Go away and gnash your teeth in private you dreary twat.

    • 467
      Anonymous says:

      Harmen Pride is back!!

    • 535
      LeftyBolloxAlert says:

      You seem to think it’s leaks that are the problem.

      They aren’t.

      It’s what the leaks are leaking about that are the problem.

      You lefty fuckwit.

      • 619

        To these fools the Labour Party interest is the Public interest.

        Basically what they say boils down to this “How dare they show the unpalatable truth the public where forced to pay to hide”.

  167. 412
    Mikey says:

    To be fair, the tories brought politics into the gutter last year, when they published many eaks and smears. So Mr. Cameron must have realised that he was next in line.

    If you live by the sword, you die by the sword. Tessa Jowell’s private life has been through the ringer, because of “leaks”.

    Let’s see howMr. Cameron and Osborne’s past stacksup

    • 420
      grogun says:

      “Tessa Jowell’s private life has been through the ringer, because of “leaks”.

      Good

      • 432
        Anonymous says:

        isn’t she a sister of harpic and hodge, two other labour luvvies of great political record – paedophile Islington for starters or do we have memory loss?

    • 429
      Anonymous says:

      “Tessa Jowell’s private life has been through the ringer, because of “leaks”. ”

      Her private life’s been put throught the wringer because she’s married to, and connived with, a fraudster who’s recently been sentenced to prison in Italy.

      She brought it all entirely on herself though I notice she’s still in the government and drawing a nice, big salary.

    • 509
      Brown's Jeff Gannon. says:

      Tessa Jowell’s neck has been through the Bernard Matthews factory. Fancy a gobble?

    • 534
      LeftyBolloxAlert says:

      “the tories brought politics into the gutter last year, when they published many eaks and smears. ”

      What smears?

      Put up or shut up.

  168. 415
    Ratsniffer says:

    Looks like a the rabid rebuttal unit has been given a three line whip to get on line and start some damage limitation. Too late, saddoes. Have a nice day.

  169. 419
    Dino says:

    When are the full, unredacted emails going to be publshed?

    We need to see them along with a full timeline and distribution list.

    Is there a reason, perhaps strategic, that they are being held back?

    Can’t wait to hear back about the various FOI requests, see if we can’t catch Labour/Civil Service in yet more childish lies.

  170. 422
    Anonymous says:

    Did Peter Spencer actually compare this to Henry V and murdering French prisoners or was i hallucinating?

    • 431
      Anonymous says:

      Peter Spencer said there’s absolutely no way that a man as principled and upstanding as Gordon Brown knew anything about this smear campaign operating out of his Downing St. office.

    • 435
      chronic says:

      I had the same hallucination.lsd is good.

  171. 433
    Anonymous says:

    The Labour bots on here (Derek and co) seem to think the best way to deal with their disaster is to keep on smearing their opponents.

    Keep digging boys. You’re losing thousands more votes by the minute.

    • 471
      Anonymous says:

      the more they fight, the more people will fight back.

      Blair had it right, just admit, apologise and move on.

      Agreeing with your opponent just takes the wind out of their sails.

  172. 438
    ursula bee says:

    Stephen Pound was also on TalkSPORT in the “wee hours” spinning away ‘on message’, using the word “puerile” for some elegant variation on the “juvenile” shtick. Presenter Mike Graham handled him robustly, with mixed scepticism and outrage. Pound insisted it is impossible for bloggers to be sued for libel because they are in cyberspace; virtually implying that Downing Street had no other way to counter blogs “spreading rumours and tittle tattle” other than to do what McBride and Draper did (while of course condemning the e-mails). Asking the presenter “what would you do?”Is Pound actually right to say no blogger/website etc has been sued for libel? Graham objected to the way in which Pound segued talk of Fawkes with talk of pornographic websites, against which no action can be taken because they spring up elsewhere when closed down.

  173. 439
    Mikey says:

    Seeing as Mr. Fawkes, and his tory stoogers have made this public information, and as we know, Mr. Fawkes believes we can’yt be sued online, maybe we should just discuss it.

    What STD does Cameron have?

    How many prostitutes did Cameron sleep with?

    I

    • 441
      lord peter of hartypoof and boy says:

      Now if you’d have said rent boys, or even Arab boys, we might have been interested.

    • 444
      Anton says:

      You are Tom Watson, and I claim my free tub of lard.

      • 449
        chronic says:

        The std was caught off Browns wife,when david stepped in to service her mankey fanny because Brown would rather shove his pox ridden cock up Manleson’s arse.

      • 474
        acute says:

        good answer.

    • 547

      Oh, I see.

      The vibe was to try and roll out a ‘narrative’ of mega dissolute behaviour at Oxford…

      Ah, the Bullingdon thing – which you lot thought was dynamite – didn’t work in Crewe or in London. In fact, with half of the country is pissed and falling about, it seems the working classes are just as bad as the Bullingdonites ever were.

      So, we have to take the smears against Cameron and Osborne up a few notches into a area that even Mondeo man and his son would regard as beyond it.

      How ironic that Labour ends up getting roasted itself!

      Hahahahahahah

  174. 442
    Heru says:

    Guido/Haines works for the tory party, and has done for a number of years. He’s their smear mouthpeiece, who they leak information to. Knowing he can’t be sued, as his assets are offshore, as is he. He snipes from afar see. That’s how confident he is in his words. He won’t even say them in the UK.

    He refuses to name sources. Or whether he is being paid. More than likely becauase his sources are his employers, and he’s getting paid a lot to be their stooge

    • 446
      Anton says:

      How’s the weather in Tenerife Derek? Love to the missus.

    • 497
      toby says:

      so why was he all over nannygate then!

      you Hunt

      I expect Guido will be just as critical to ANY party, in power or not. But its the in power bit that stick in the publics gullet, these retards are pulling the levers of power whilst Britain slowly sinks behind 3rd world countries in terms of healthcare, education, transport .. even defence.

      • 621

        > Healthcare, education, transport .. even defence.

        The more the government get involved the worse things gets.

        Spot the pattern?

        Government is the problem, and less government is the solution.

  175. 445
    Heru says:

    If you make a career, in the polticial gutter, acting as a stooge/mouthpiece for the opposition, releaseing lies, innuedndo, conspiracy theories. 2 things will happen.

    The government will start releasing lies, smears innuendo in their own version.
    2. They will also go after the author

    • 447
      McBride of Wankenstain says:

      Is that a threat or a smear?

      • 454
        chronic says:

        the puplic are the authors on here.or would you rarther not here from us after all we only pay their fucking wages.

      • 458
        bee says:

        Would you like to re-write that mr chronic? I can see that you were so angry that your spelling descended to that of a Liebore mong.

      • 477
        chronic says:

        i woz edukated unda nuliebour.innit

    • 450

      Anyone notice how all the labour shills can’t spell and have poor grammar?

      “Education under” Liebour.

    • 504
      Brown's Jeff Gannon. says:

      The author’s got a knife! Off you fuck Hoon.

    • 622

      Guido releases information the government want hidden from taxpayers even though they paid for it and it’s in their interest to know it.

      “If you tell a lie big enough and keep repeating it, people will eventually come to believe it. The lie can be maintained only for such time as the State can shield the people from the political, economic and/or military consequences of the lie. It thus becomes vitally important for the State to use all of its powers to repress dissent, for the truth is the mortal enemy of the lie, and thus by extension, the truth is the greatest enemy of the State.”: Joseph Goebbels (National Socialist Head of propaganda).

      Guido is the truth, and that is why he is your mortal enemy.

  176. 448
    Anonymous says:

    MI5 is being broken up into 9 regional units prior to the transfere of control.

  177. 456
    Heru says:

    With this afternoon’s announcement that there will be a police investigation into the hacking of governmental e-mail accounts, could this be counter productive for lord charlie, and his eton cronies?

    As in, if there are any seemingly links between the hacking, the torys, or even mr fawkes, they are all finished aren’t they?

    Watergate 2?

    • 460
      Michael says:

      Spot on. The gravy knitters are so full of glee they’ve not stopped to contemplate the natural progression of this story.

      • 498
        Brown's Jeff Gannon. says:

        Why’s your wee knob called “celebrations”?

        Are your bollocks called “Congratulations”?

        You NuLab girlymen shouldn’t be allowed pens – never mind the tubes.

    • 461
      troy says:

      Give it up will yer? You’re sounding desperate now, and we might have to start feeling sorry you.

      • 472
        Michael says:

        Excellent response, ignore the point being made and resort to inane jibes. Of course, it’s me that’s desperate. Back to the point I was making, we shall see how this story progresses. Personally, I’d put my celebrations on hold for a while if I were you.

      • 481
        troy says:

        “I’d put my celebrations on hold for a while if I were you.”

        Too fucking late. What with the weather and the telly both being crap, this is the best show in town. Popcorn, White Lightning, and a smug faced git being shafted.

        Fucking Delicious!

    • 464
      Mulder and Scully says:

      The truth is out there.

      Sadly you wouldn’t see the truth even if it was tatooed on your eyeballs!

      Liebour are the lowest, filthiest scumbags, of which you are a fine example, so go away nice and quiet, there’s a good boy.

      • 475
        Michael says:

        Your response says everything about you and your ilk.

        If you don’t think it’s relevant how this email was obtained, you’re either stupid, deluded, or both.

      • 484
        grogun says:

        If you think Fawkes is stupid enough to leave himself open to criminal prosecution, you must be Stephen Pound, and I claim my £5.00 (now worth £3.75).

    • 537
      LeftyBolloxAlert says:

      Why the fuck are you complaining about leaked emails? Your government just passed a law requiring all ISPs to record and store details of all emails.

      You complete and utter fuckwit.

  178. 463
    Dino says:

    I wonder what the Labour shills now coming on (Heru, Michael etc) think they are achieving by coming here?

    More smears, self authored rumours, downright lies…

    And it does what to help Labour?

    Is it because they don’t know any other method of helping Labour?

    One day, looking back, someone should look into the mindset of the shills, it would make an interesting thesis.

    • 476
      Michael says:

      So, you don’t like debate or opposition?

      Precisely what smears have I made?

      • 478
        Anonymous says:

        there is no point debating with the criminally insane.

      • 482
        Michael says:

        What a great put down, tell me you’re a stand-up comedian? I would hate to think that your talent is being wasted in another profession.

        Once the “nasty party”, always the “nasty party”.

        Cheerio chumps.

      • 486
        troy says:

        New Labour = New Nasty Party.

  179. 466
    Anonymous says:

    Surely the time has come for Mr Draper to do the decent thing and release Kate to find happiness elsewhere?

  180. 470
    Anonymous says:

    So David Kelly really did commit suicide; it’s easier to understand now.

  181. 473
    lexander says:

    Kate is welcome to have a very dirty weekend at my seaside place. Might want to arrange a quick medical though in view of Draper’s previous!

  182. 488
    Mr Christopher says:

    How lamentably false has been the BBC’s treatment of this Treason, Master Fawkes!

    Why do they keep repeating the fiction that the email traffic was merely between McBride and Draper, when the emails are addressed explicitly to “Gents” – indicating the existence of – at the least – one other co-conspirator?

    Is Master Fawkes soon to name new names? I very much hope so. This affair is like a small chink of light when the scales are torn at last from men’s eyes, and all can see that New Labour propaganda has worked upon us all like a false collective consciousness, oppressing all independent thought under a stinking blanket of night and fog.

  183. 489
    StrongholdBarricades says:

    McBride has only moved position, he is still in Downing Street, his resignation allows him access to his pension without the negativity of being sacked by Brown.

    By not being sacked, Brown is seen to tacitly approve of this “campaign” and therefore he should take the blame. McBride is currently being the fall guy, but you’re through the lines now…don’t worry about looting the baggage train we need to ensure a much greater renewal is possible, take Byrne if you can but ensure you get the “money shot”.

    Draper as a close confident of Mandy adequately demonstrates what his rhetoric supports, and surely there is no resurrection technique available to bring back his career

    It would be nice to now get a vote of “no confidence” in the house on this matter, and let us see how many of those on the labour side will still seek to shore up their leader’s methods

    The election winner then gets the opportunity of a longer mandate to solve the financial situation of the country.

  184. 491
    Boombastic says:

    It’s amusing how quickly they all turn on each other!

  185. 500
    Quagmire says:

    Giggidy.

  186. 502
    Quagmire says:

    Giggidy Giggidy Goo

  187. 521
    D says:

    Well I suppose now that these emails are in the public domain, if your FOI request is returned empty then you can show how the Government’s suppressing information.

    I reckon Guido has something else…this was to force the request to show all the mail involved, then if it’s missing out on his other story, he can sting again AND show FOI is a total con.

  188. 522
    Deep Throat says:

    Charlie Whelan now here’s an interesting character who’s true purpose has been overlooked by many and possibly represents one of Brown and New Labours greatest pieces of subtefuge .

    Think about it he seems to have made a career out of being Gordons Brown’s “ex” spin Doctor whilst appearing on all kinds of platforms spinning like mad for Gordon yet being presented as an “ex” spin Doctor and thus subliminaly appearing kind of neutral and avoiding any connection with Brown when any black bag jobs needed done.

    What if Whelan isnt really an “ex” what if this is just a cover allowing him to “work behind the lines” so to speak for many years. Maybe this character should be brought before the court of public opinion for examination.

    • 525
      dr spook says:

      I’d warn against lighting a match anywhere his liver though.

      • 530
        van helsing says:

        And we’re talking ‘McBride of Wankenstain of the Undead’ right across the Nulab ‘experiment’ here. The fuckers never really go away, despite the liberal use of wooden stakes, crosses and silver bullets.

        We’re well and truly fucked.

    • 550
      Anon says:

      The MSM have a lot to answer for.

      Even my local ‘This is Gloucester’ website will not print anything that criticises the government, the police or the army. Comments are not posted at all or deleted within 10 seconds. The threads look like newlabour happy hour. It is an absolute joke. It’s only interested in pig swill and sheep shearing (which could be code of course – but they are not that clever – most of them can’t read and if they can they don’t understand)

  189. 524
    Elvis says:

    Did someone call? I’ve been here all the time you know.

  190. 526
    Agent 99 says:

    “This is always how it ends with Labour governments”

    http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/politics/article6078395.ece

  191. 527
    On Harman Pride's dossier says:

    Yeah, those Tories would be really ‘nasty’ and NOT SPEND BILLIONS OF QUIDS THAT THEY DON’T HAVE, you twunt

  192. 533
    jo public says:

    truley time for these unelected, un-wanted, corrupt, mired by their self importance hoons to be thrown to the wolves.
    Guido time to cut at the heart of the greed infested heart and release England once more.

  193. 536
    jo public says:

    so to the Budget then
    Free beer, flatscreen tv’s and a holliday of choice to any one wishing to vote labour.
    Everyone else 60% taxation.

  194. 557

    The trouble is they can’t sack Draper, he isn’t staff. Unlike the Apprentice you have to employ people before you can fire them. LabourList was run by them at arms length via Draper, cut off Draper and they cut off LabourList. Now LL might not be much, but it has a following among the Labour Party and there’s no knowings what Draper knows and/or has on them. I’m guessing he gets deflated slowly.

    David T Breaker
    http://www.newsjunction.co.uk

  195. 559
    Mr Christopher says:

    What diligent students of Dr Goebbels these gangsters are.

  196. 564
    Heru says:

    The really sad thing is Mr. Fawke’s is yet to realise that he has inadvertadely done most of mr. Mcbride’s bidding for him.

    McBride wanted the following rumours to appear in the mass media.

    1: Cameron has some sort of STD ( duh, heard it rumoured for a number of years anyway)

    2: Osborne is a toff idiot, who dresses up in drag (duh. everyone knew that anyway)

    3: Tory MPs generally use the commons to help their big business friend and family (a give, surel)

    He was going to do this by setting up a seemingly neutral blog, and leak the information to it. Errr, like this site I guess. But for Labour.

    Then Mr. Fawke’s gets given the info, by his tory paymasters, and knowing he couldn’t possibly keep his mouth shut, he does the smearing for McBride. McBride doesn’t even have to release it himself.

    Now the front pages are full of (and will be for weeks) the smears about Cameron and Osborne.

    Most likely, persuading people to come forward and sell other murky secrets about top tories.

    The police are investigating the criminal hacking of government e-mail accounts, which will probably come back to haunt Mr. Fawke’s cronies.

    And all McBride has had to do is fall on his sword for the public.

    Like it or not Mr. Fawkes, with the worldwide media coverage of the leaks, the entire planet are talking about Cameron’s murky STD past, and George Osborne being a cross dresser. It even made the Wall Street Journal this morning.

    And Gordon hasn’t lifted a finger. Doesn’t even acknowledged that he knew about it.

    Because the buffoonary of the tory backed blog network did all the work for him.

    All he did was give them enough rope to hang themselves. And stooges like Fawke’s couldn’t help but put his foot in it

    • 566
      Pride of Derby says:

      Illiterate and deluded Hunt.

    • 568
    • 569
      Mulder and Scully says:

      You just don’t get it, do you. The truth is out there.
      The heart of Government is up to its’ neck in a filthy smear campaign which is abhorrent to the vast majority of decent human beings. That the Nulabour Lie Machine has been found out and exposed is the news story, not the gossip that you appear to believe.
      The Nulabour spin and smear strategy is well and truly wounded and if it surfaces again and is exposed again, then it will be terminal.
      Guido has done the country a great service in outing the perpetrators and I really do hope this is a Watergate moment that goes all the way to the top of Government.
      I suggest you shut the F up! Somehow, I feel you will continue the vile utterances which characterise you and the gutter dwellers at No 10.

      • 590
        Mr Christopher says:

        Yes, Master Fawkes has done the whole nation a very great service, and he should be publicly as a champion of the common good.

        The notion that he is some kind of Tory operative is just another artifact of the Serpent’s Kitchen of Lies in its last convulsive gasps.

        New Labour has made The Lie into a central pillar of the state, and lead us little by little into a New Dark Age of Government by Organized Deceit, and I doubt that we should see daylight again in our lifetimes but for the courage of Guido Fawkes and other brave men and women.

        The New Labour Hydra has many heads, and can grow two new ones for each of the old lopped off, so we mustn’t sit back on the laurels won for us by Guido, and think that this is the beginning of the end of the New Labour Regime. It is scarcely the end of the beginning.

    • 572
      Civil Served says:

      Hostile governments and terrorist cells across the globe have yet to hack into the gov computer network. Apparently now the police believe the Tory party or similar have??? How?

      And having managed to hack into the government computer network, the best they could do was pinch a few emails from that McBride bloke?? If you hacked into the government computer network then these emails are pretty poor spoils. Bit like breaking into Tiffany’s and stealing a few carrier bags.

    • 578

      I think you are talking rubbish with regards to this being a plan to get these smears “out” in the MSM via Guido, but I do fear that some people partly believe them and this may not be such an absolute Win/Win situation for the Conservatives as currently thought if some of this made up artificial mud (astro-mud?) sticks. As I wrote on my blog today’s top search term for people arriving at my blog are “david cameron’s embarrassing illness” followed by the rather telling search of “what is david cameron’s embarrassing illness?” All typed it seems as a matter of fact!

      With the public opinion of politicians so low, is there a risk people take the view – as one person I know has despite my attempts to change their view – that it’s “six to one, a half dozen to the other” and “an elaboration but there’s no smoke without fire”? In Harriet Harman’s Court of Public Opinion, everyone is guilty until proven innocent it seems. An apology from Downing Street is vital.

      David T Breaker
      http://www.newsjunction.co.uk

    • 603
      get 'emo out says:

      Had to pick myself off the floor after reading that. Sleaze and lies coming from the heart of government, a blogging site administrator whos contributors list reads like a who is who of the labour movement, Gordon knows nothing, andnow Labour have supposedly hoodwinked Guido into spinning on their behalf?

      Some people are too stupid to be on the internet, let alone to be allowed to vote

      • 629

        Heru- you’re talking absolute shite.

        Even if it were true that this is some sort of Machiavellian ruse to get the smears made public, the majority of decent human beings with a moral conscience would still see that as a vile, disgusting strategy anyway.

        Either way you lose. Don’t you get it yet?

    • 644
      Geoffrey says:

      It’s instructive to have measured how long it took Mandy to get his team up in cyber, how disorganised they were when the ‘big wing’ arrived, how much resistance they met from the denizons and how half hearted they quickly became. Never mind I expect Mandy will have you all in training to do better next time :)

  197. 571
    THE INSTIGATOR says:

    Campbell’s being wholly disingenuous. Of COURSE he knew McBride and his like – probably well. For someone who was such a control freak, it’s inconceivable he wasn’t well versed with McBride’s tactics. This whole
    shower are drowning in their own idiocy and incompetence.

  198. 574
    Lets clean up British politics says:

    Some remaining questions that the media should be asking:

    1. What was the reaction of Whelan and the other recipiants of the obscene e-mails on seeing what Draper and McBride wrote? Surely the right course of action should have been to contact McBride’s Cabinet Office supervisor about the inappropriate use of civil service resources? They need to apologise to Mrs Osborne et al. for not challenging McBride’s disgusting slurs

    2. How much did Gordon Brown and other senior Labour people know about McBride’s slander strategy? Has this strategy been used before by team Brown? Has Brown ever encouraged or authorised his special advisers to slander political opponents? Has Brown ever encouraged or authorised his special advisors to spread gossip to journalists about other politicians families/personal lives?

    3. Will McBride continue to serve Brown/the Labour party in any way? Surely the appropriate punishment for this level of indecency is permanent banishment? Is this resignation a real resignation?

    4. How did Guido get hold of the e-mails? Is Draper’s “my e-mail was hacked” bleat yet another slander?

    5. Given the public outrage at McBride’s slanders isn’t it time now to clean up political debate in the UK? When will blogs like this remove all unfounded gossip posted as comments? Can the leaders of the political parties promise to fight fair over the next 15 months? Surely gossip about politician’s partners or distant events in their personal life has no place in 21st-century politics?

  199. 575
    Anon says:

    Yes

    Shoot the lot of ‘em

  200. 577
    Heru says:

    Does no-one else see the irony of self-righteous blathering about “vile smears” and leaks” on a web site, that was basically set up by Tory HQ, as a libel-protected platform, to release smears and leaks on to?

    As in, Mr. Fawkes isn’t even brave enough to do his bidding in the UK. He’s been safely moved off-shore, by his blue-blooded paymasters, to avoid legal moves by his targets.

    That and the fact that his e-mail address was found to be on a Tory Party server.

    I guess (wrongly) leaking the fact that John Prescott was an adulterer (completely false) on here is just good honest fun.

    Whereas revealing Cameron has some ghastly STD, is some sort of moral outrage in middle England.

  201. 579
    Heru says:

    re: Let’s clean up British Politics

    “how did Guido get hold of the e-mails”.

    I think the fact that Guido has refused to name who handed him the e-mails, shows you that it is someone he is wishing to protect.

    And then you add the fact that he’s received numerous leaks from this very same source, over the last 5 years, which he has published on here. To me, this makes it pretty obvious that it’s a tory source.

    That’s what I don’t get about the whole issue. Tory’s have been leaking confidential memos, e-mails to the press for the last 18 months. Mostly via sites like this.

    Now they are bleating about the fact that they are the subject of some of them.

    Live by the sword, die by the sword. If Cameron wants to live in a world of sleaze, spin and leaks, he can’t be surprised that he’s the subject of some of it.

    • 587

      I think it’s fairly standard journalistic practice to protect anonymous sources and whistleblowers, otherwise no one would ever come forward.

      All oppositions leak emails and memos etc also, Labour certainly did 79-97, and again protect sources as much as possible. The problem here is not the leak but that the content is fake!

      David T Breaker
      http://www.newsjunction.co.uk

  202. 582
    Heru says:

    Davud T Breaker

    I think Cameron’s embarrasing illness probably has as much truth as that prescott story. I read the exact same claim about a year ago, in the Wall Street. Journal.

    As for George Osborne, being a bit of a cross dresser. That’s hardly surprising is it?

    • 593
      Brussels Sprout says:

      It is said that there is a Tory MEP who is a cross dresser as well….

    • 623

      There seems to be a lot of gay people around Gordon Brown.

      Draper, Mandy, Nick Brown…. I wonder if Gordon married late to try to stem rumours of his previous gay lifestyle (holidays in the hamptons, comments from mandleson etc. )?

  203. 583
    Derek Draporah says:

    Move into the light you twat! You’re dead already.

  204. 585
    Heru says:

    Mulder and Scully

    The entire purporse of this web site is to throw about rumour, innuendo and gossip.

    Mr. Fawkes has being doing as much for the last 5 years.

    Hence, it is perfectly acceptable for me to hint at the fact that David Cameron has an emabarrasing illness. And I am not talking about chicken pox.

    The ethos of this site is to (hopefully) build up rumour, slander, against Labour MPs.

    So I think it only fair for you to allow me to do the same about your Tory overlords.

    If Mr Fawke’s objects, then he can simply change the topic of the site, to “political fact”

  205. 586
    H.e.r.u.l.o.l. says:

    Gordon Brown has an std from his past cottaging activities with older male’s . His kids where conceived by IVF. His slack jaw is prone to excreting ancient stores of semen that dribbles down his chin on occasion to his embarrasement and to those that work with him on a personal level as well.
    :)

    • 604
      Anonymous says:

      .. and he excavates snot from a mountain of excretia in his nasal orifice, smells it then masticates it on the benches of the House of Commons, in taxpayer time, but don’t worry he’s not yet terminally ill!

  206. 588
    Anonymous says:

    People who live in acid houses eh? One gal prepared to say she had under-age sex with a party promoter would be quite bad but two’s a charm! Good job you chose Guido and not plain Guy Fawkes. Headline writers do so love the rhymes. X bye Guido.

  207. 589
    Cleethorpes Rock says:

    As Charlie Whelan (present at Labourlist’s launch and CC’d to the e-mails)was involved with this and is high up in TGWU/Unite, would it be fair to assume that the “Union donation” Dolly said was funding Labourlist actually came from the Unite members’ contributions to the “political fund”?

    I think Union members need to know if their subs are being siphoned off to pay for this sort of sick shit.

  208. 592

    KNOCKOUT STUFF, GUIDO! Well done on all this – keep kicking the littler feckers. We love you man!

  209. 595
    H.e.r.u.l.o.l. says:

    LOL YOU LABOUR GOONS JUST DON’T GET IT.

    IF YOU TAKE ONE OF US DOWN, TEN MORE WILL REPLACE THEM.

    GUIDO HAS SHOWN THE WAY AND LIT THE TORCH PAPER, THE REVOLUTION HAS STARTED.

    WE ARE LEGION, WE CANNOT BE STOPPED.

    THE INTERNET WILL BURY ALL GOVERNMENTS.

  210. 596
    kev says:

    What I find amusing is the way the BBC refer to “these bloggers” ” what are these bloggs?” etc.

    Its as if they have just woken up to the fact that vast numbers of their audience dont trust them. The look on the jouno’s faces when they have to listen to the Lanour spokespeople says it all ” Am I really expected to front this rubbish for our friend Gordon?”

    • 605
      Anonymous says:

      …quite forgetting, as one does, that toenails and insider trading peston, blog on their own website!

  211. 597
    Mr Christopher says:

    One good man?

    Everyone keeps asking how our good Master Fawkes came by this intelligence, and there is much prattle of hacking and Official Secrets.

    But is it not possible that there might be, even at this late stage, One Good Man in the Downing Street complex, a modern Graf von Stauffenberg, a man or woman prepared to take big risks to get rid of a master he or she now feels ashamed to have served and fought for?

    • 600

      With this government? Now I don’t believe anyone hacked anything, far more likely someone left their laptop on the train or accidently CC’d Guido.

      David T Breaker
      http://www.newsjunction.co.uk

      • 608
        James C says:

        Jacqui Smith was the mole.
        It got her expenses shame off the front page.

      • 614
        Julian says:

        Sounds like it. Our Jacqs is a large mammal that mostly stays in the dark (helps when watching all those porno movies) and moves around underground in order to avoid the spotlight …

        “You can’t get Quicker than Quick fitup Copper”

  212. 602
    tristis says:

    Well done Guido, one less odious creep on the public payroll.

    But with regard to Dolly I sincerely hope that he hangs in there, he’s the gift that just keeps on giving and I would much rather have him running Labour’s blogsphere than some one competent. As for Gordo, well he’s the Tory’s best weapon for winning the next election and we need to ensure that he remains at Downing St to oversee the anniliation of Labour in 2010

    • 607
      Anonymous says:

      amended

      …anniliation of Labour in 2010,2015,2020,2025,2030,2035,2040, through to 4040.

  213. 610
    get 'emo out says:

    If the mail server was hacked, then surely the hacker would publish an audit trail of who was sent / received the messages……Perhaps this a leak, not a hack. I think Draper is pooping it……..I wonder who he copied in on the up and coming jokes to appear on his new gutter rag?

    Well done Guido for getting the story.

  214. 617
    Hunt down all labour filth and hack them to death says:

    Sir Michael Shite talking shite again.
    http://www.guardian.co.uk/politics/blog/2009/apr/12/michael-white-blog-damian-mcbride
    He just doesn’t get it.

  215. 620
    get 'em out says:

    Roll ‘em out, Maguire has already posted a frankly hilarious and laughable response on behalf of the Labo….sorry his sad independent rag……The truth must come out……Downing Street must have known about this to the centre.

  216. 624

    A lot of drivel about ‘hacked’ emails. largely from Derek Draper, who is a self-confessed computer illiterate. If you send an email it goes to lots of places, including numerous mail servers. It is in plain text at all of those locations unless you encrypt it. Even if it is encrypted then it becomes plain text at all endpoints, and the indications are that the email conversation had several endpoints. All it takes is one person with access to intermediate servers for unencrypted text or any of the endpoints and a flash drive and you have your data. No cybernetic master-criminal required. The most likely explanation in this case is a whistle-blower who reacted like most sane and normal people would to this content, with appalled disgust.

    Sensible people don’t consign sensitive information to email outside of a closed and secure network.

  217. 625
    anon126 says:

    Hague has demanded that neither McBride nor Draper ever work for labour again, see http://anon126.blogspot.com/2009/04/hague-goes-on-attack.html so it does not look good for their employment prospects.

    shame :)

  218. 626
    Mr Christopher says:

    “If only the Fuhrer knew, none of this could have happened” – Rudolph Hess, Nuremberg.

  219. 628
    get 'em out says:

    Mandelson, Hain, Campbell, Smith….The list goes on and on of major Labour people condoning Draper’s world. Labourlist should have its union and other funding withdrawn.

    • 631
      Mr Christopher says:

      Conspiracy to Wage Aggressive War was the first charge on the Nuremberg indictment, and was held to be a capital crime.

      The New Labour inner party are no less guilty, and should expect a similar judgment against them.

      We are making the mistake of dignifying the criminal racketeers who hi-jacked the Labour Party and formed “a common plan or purpose to wage aggressive war” (Nuremberg) with what is normally understood by ‘politician’ in a nominally democratic system.

      However it describes itself, Government by Organized Lying is counter-democratic, since the people have been denied the opportunity to give their informed consent. Hence, the New Labour Regime is an illegitimate government, and its principals should face criminal prosecution for High Treason.

  220. 632
    Linda says:

    Rats leaving the sinking ship!

  221. 636
    Terry Two Tones says:

    Anyone else noticed the standard “Terrorist Scare” when theres some bad news about?? How can they still get away with doing that scam every single time some smally stuff hits the fan??

  222. 645

    [...] was already turned on. The blowback has already anulled the Blushing McBride’s career. And it looks like it’s going to be … wait for it … CURTAINS FOR [...]

  223. 648
    An innocent bystander says:

    Have you ever heard of the old Hollies record “He’s King Midas in Reverse”? Perhaps the Tories should consider using it as part of the next General Election Campaign. The one thing that is certain, in these days of uncertainty, is the unerring ‘Brown’ Touch displayed by our glorious leader!


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Rashida Manjoo is a part-time professor of law at Cape Town University in the totally non-sexist country of South Africa (otherwise known as Rape Capital Of The World).

Mrs Magoo has been wandering around with her notebook and is appalled by the sexist “boys’ club” culture here, apparently.

I don’t doubt we still have sexism in the UK. But is it worse than in, say, Saudi Arabia, d’you think, honey-lamb? Or about 175 other countries? Get a grip, you doolally old bat.”



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