June 3rd, 2009

+++ Blears Resigns +++

Well that post this morning was prophetic faster than Guido expected. More and more interesting. 

This is looking more like a deliberate effort to unseat Gordon…


147 Comments

  1. 1
    a REAL Socialist says:

    NOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Really i think we all knew this BUT when will the Prime Mentalist GO??

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  2. 2
    councilhousetory says:

    Are you doing a Live blog thingy of PMQs? Should be a classic.

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    • 58

      Hoon is being killed on Daily Politics!

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      • 69
        Anonymous Misogynist says:

        Hoon is having a new bottom ripped, Mandy will be pleased!

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      • 94
        Loves most women says:

        He is a sanctimonious tw*t and i dont like the human being but he certainly did not get killed on his own expense grilling or (Anonymous Misogynist) did he have another a-hole created . A.Neil gave him a good going at, got very frustrated too, but tw*toon finished the conversation, rather comfortably imo.

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        • 101
          Loves less women says:

          Just heard Caroline Spelman get railroaded by Neil on the policy substance of Cameroons slot at PMQ. I’d like to Nanny her…. to death. Arse of a human being (and another crook)

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  3. 3
    Paul BAmbury says:

    Never piss off a redhead says Guido; especially a Scouse one says I!!

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    • 72
      Ivor Mill from Biggin Hill says:

      She’s a fucking manc, therefore she’s a double obnoxious twat.

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    • 76
      Wank my titties says:

      She’s an angry little c.u.n.t

      Returning to “grassroots” in salford, by that I think she realises she’s going to be buried by the angry scallies who live there.

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    • 107
      Scouser says:

      Eh! Eh! Yerwhat? Yerwhat? Leave our Hazel alone yer southern pansy. Don’t forget we know where you live son.

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  4. 4
    Steve Expat says:

    Another one bites the dust! Gordon Broon next please, and a GENERAL ELECTION!!

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    • 91
      Tom Collins says:

      I wanted that Hazel Blears to be our next prime minister, although she would have some trouble peering over the Despatch Box ! Is that discriminatory ?

      I wouldn’t mind her telling me what to do, especially if she had a whip in her hand !

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      • 116
        Sir Barrington Minge says:

        Oh Tom…you small, sad individual. Is that the best you can aspire to?…Blears?

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        • 131
          E Rotic says:

          Better Hazel than Smith, Beckett and the other Blair Babes. Actually, she looks very fanciable in her black leathers, legs apart on the back of a motorbike!

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      • 128
        Hazel and Harriets toyboy says:

        Why would Hazel be wanting to be peeing over the dispatch Box?

        Oops. sorry, I misread peering

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  5. 5

    Excellent news Guido!

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  6. 6
    Anonymous says:

    Guido you nasty man!

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  7. 7
    Stepney says:

    Jesus – can’t type quick enough. It’s all going too fast mummy – I want to get off.

    And it’ll teach Guido to pop out for coffee mid morning too,

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  8. 8
    Anonymous says:

    Still time for Darling to resign before PMQs?

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  9. 9

    Another good scoop from Guido then.

    The key will be whether blears is a lone Blairite out for revenge or the public face of a faction ready to do in Brown.

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  10. 10
    Anonymous says:

    which pub are we having the Gordo resignation party on Monday eve?

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    • 16
      Sub Editor says:

      None.

      It’s a disaster waiting to happen.

      I want them destroyed. Exterminated. I want a smoking hole where the Labour Party used to be.

      If Brown goes that won’t happen.

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    • 29
      Steve Expat says:

      Rumours on Sky News that there is a letter calling for Broon’s resignation passing around the Labour back benches…..

      Fingers crossed ;-)

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    • 99
      Tom Collins says:

      ALL the pubs !!

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  11. 11
    Stevo says:

    Hahahahahahahahahahahahaha.

    Sorry had to get that off my chest.

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  12. 11
    freddie flintoff says:

    rats leaving sinking ship comes to mind

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    • 93
      Tom Collins says:

      I think That Lady Mandybum might be behind all this fracas.

      It’s right up her street.

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  13. 15
    Anonymous says:

    Brilliant

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  14. 16

    Best free show in town!

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  15. 18
    Postal Vote says:

    I guess that in a few minutes you can start applying to a combined membership of both the house of lords (yep, the one with mandy) and the government. There’s no one left in the commons to fill the government with.

    The only job requirement is that you are a houseflipper yourself and hence fully subscribe to deficit spending and quantitative easing.

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  16. 19
    Anonymous says:

    Why does it keep telling me I’m posting duplicate comments?

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  17. 20
    Anna R says:

    PMQ’s will be barnstormer today – hurry up Guido!

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  18. 21
    Liz says:

    *Gorgeous* timing – she rises in my estimation.

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  19. 22
    Dr Feelgood says:

    This is now moving too fast to keep up…

    LabourList now says:
    Blears resigned because No. 10 briefed that she leaked Smith departure
    http://www.labourlist.org/blears_brought_resignation_forward_after_downing_street_briefing

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  20. 23
    moral compass says:

    maquire looked at though he was going to cry on Sky News this morning.

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  21. 25
    McLovin says:

    If only she will keep her fucking mouth shut, doubt it though

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  22. 26
    ..stand up if hate Gordon, stand up..... says:

    If Darling had any bollocks he would stand up and walk out during PMQ’s

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  23. 27
    Anonymous says:

    what is needed is for another minister who is for the chop, to jump now.
    But who?

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  24. 28
    Ron Jeremy says:

    I wonder how many inches Blears can take.

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  25. 30
    Bordeaux Binger says:

    When will the other shoe drop?

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  26. 33
    Catosays says:

    There’s a saying, I think it came from a James Bond novel…

    Once is happenstance,
    Twice is coincidence,
    Three times is enemy action.

    Four times?

    This has to be a plot.

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  27. 34
    Dr Feelgood says:

    On DP just now, Toenails says Blears and Brown had a row last night (she felt she was being scapegoated) and only decided to resign during the meeting with him, she has timed resignation to damage Brown and after polling closes she’ll let loose on him

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  28. 35
    J lewis-List says:

    Brown: Reap what you sow. All those on the receiving end of “briefing” from Incapability Brown and his slimeball cronies are exacting their revenge. Wonder who’s next – “Duff” Hoon or “Flipper” darling. You really couldn’t make it up. Roll on the Election

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    • 108
      Cardinal Richelieu's mole says:

      This is a sound point – through Brown’s years as Chancellor he treated nearly everyone badly, allegedly, and there must be many who rejoice that he is now in mega-reap mode.

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  29. 36
    oooh Gordon says:

    Three times he’s a lady

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  30. 37

    ….and so dear reader the slow motion car crash begins. Clearly gordon brown did have some form of Susan Boyle moment ((shortly after G0) a mental breakdown of some sort and his self imposed 0 day silence on matetrs then a flurry of Tv studio interviews, with the strange You-tube smile returning.
    The twitter hashtag is #GoBro NOW!

    AS I write he’s just left Downing Street flashing another You-tube smile…
    Perhaps if Gordon would take some friendly advice, announce a General Election, set the date, tell the country he is not standing for re-election then take up one of the mamny world stateman roles he has already been offered…

    The alternative, hang on by his bitten fingernails until the very last moment, suffer a humiliating wipe out, be hounded out of his own party by the Executive. Universally despised and shunned.

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    • 92
      peter carter-fuck says:

      He’s been hanging round schools again, when in doubt he always likes to go to the places he feels most comfortable.

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  31. 39
    Afghanistan Banana Stand says:

    If this rate keeps up, there’ll soon be no one left for the Snotty to fling his Nokias at….

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  32. 40
    McLovin says:

    Has anyone seen Hoon on Daily Politics we is acting like…. well a Hoon!!!

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  33. 41
    The Great Leader says:

    He’s not going to resign. He’ll need to be shot to get him out of No.10.

    We’ll still be waiting until 2010 for our election.

    And by God I hope I’m wrong…

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  34. 42

    Sorry for all the literals internet running very slowly the world and his wife must be on it!

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  35. 44
    Posh Tory says:

    Hoon has just stated that the Blears presided over a time with council taxes at a 15 year low. Do they just make everything up now?

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  36. 45
    Anonymous says:

    Goodbye

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  37. 46
    Alfie the OK says:

    Yeah but I bet she’s squirrelled away some plasma screens, supa spa showers and Communities headed notepaper before she made her announcement….

    And she’ll obviously have to hand back her department Harley?

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  38. 47
    Shardenne Froider says:

    So she finally found a stepladder to stick her ginger head above the parapet – PMQs today should be a glorious bloodbath

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  39. 49
    Steve Expat says:

    “This is looking more like a deliberate effort to unseat Gordon…”

    Let’s fucking hope so!! I’ve got a revolver and a bottle of whisky if the fat Hoon wishes to borrrow them…

    Adam Boulton on Sky just described Gordon reshuffling the Cabinet as “Shuffling the deckchairs on the Titanic” – Fucking hillarious!!

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    • 63
      moral compass says:

      Boulton was better earlier hollering after some Labour no mark going into No10. “its a shambles isnt it, a shambles”

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    • 88
      El Gordo's Nokia says:

      He is only repeating someone else heard some time ago

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  40. 51
    moral compass says:

    Andrew Neil roasting H*on on Daily politics. Accused him of living in a parallel universe.

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  41. 51
    righty right wing (mrs) says:

    The ginger poison dwarf has risen in my estimation – she has not only kicked McMental when he is down she has stamped on his face with glee.

    Bring on PMQs

    Then Dissolve Parliament this afternoon – probably the reason why Her Majesty is not going to France.

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  42. 53
    Redvers says:

    Prophetic????

    Cough up Guido, you missed this one completely.

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  43. 54

    HOOOOOOOOOOOOON! On The daily Politics BBC 2 now!!! Its a Duck Mr Hoon says Andrew…

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  44. 55
    Anonymous says:

    Geoff Hoon talking complete rubbish on DP.

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  45. 56

    Guido, was the image deliberate on this post, with only the top of the chipmunk’s head showing! That is highly highly amusing. Even more so if it was accidental (though I have my doubts!)

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  46. 57
    Anonymous says:

    Yayyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy!!

    – reconnect with ‘ordinary people’ lol – WHO DOES THAT POISON DWARF THINK SHE IS?

    This lot are going to find it extremely difficult to get any kind of job – there’s not even the option of Woolies ‘pick n mix’ any more!

    Next I’d like to see Gordo in a straight jacket manhandled out of No10 and bundled into the back of a van…

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  47. 59
    A vile, bone-headed, vindictive moron says:

    Nuth’ns ma fult!

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  48. 61
    Curly says:

    I sincerely hope that the cycloptic PM hangs on to his job until such time as we have a general election. I’d much prefer the opportunity to pass judgement on him rather than someone else!

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  49. 62
    The Public Want Blood says:

    Gordon Brown. I warned you three days that the public wanted your blood but you didn’t listen to me.

    Let me repeat it.

    The public want blood. The public want your blood. When the public are finished with your blood they will want someone else’s blood.

    Give the public what they want. Give the public your blood. Then go and find a new career.

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    • 69
      dracula says:

      I want blood too. I’ll be around at sundown.

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      • 89
        El Gordo's Nokia says:

        Give the plebs a circus, that will keep them amused, what about the gladiators

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    • 96
      Tom Collins says:

      A Career ? What kind of career awaits Gordon.

      Would YOU give him a job ?

      No, off to the Lords he’ll drift, to loll around with all the other old Labourites, Healey, Kinnock, Hattersley, oh, how boring for the old sod.

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      • 134
        E Rotic-Dreams says:

        Could he manage a part time job, shelf stacking at Tesco, or are their standards too high for him?

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  50. 65
    Shit-Bag says:

    Yikes.

    All the talk this week has been about whether or not Brown would still be prime minister after the local and European elections.

    However, I am beginning to wonder if he will still be prime minister at the end of today.

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  51. 66
    Lord Peter Mandelsod says:

    Why are you looking at me? I had nothing to do with any of this (tee hee).

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    • 136
      Lady Boy says:

      Lady Handlebum of Boy is now out of his depth. CAn no longer “manage” events.

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  52. 68

    Hooooon! Hanging on at all costs!

    Horseface Spelman make up put on by vaseline and sharpie markers…is she wearing a wig?

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  53. 73
    solopolis says:

    Bring on the trumpets! Bring down the walls surrounding Jonah Jericho!

    The bricks and the defences are falling Mr Brown! Surrender or be annihilated!

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  54. 75

    Hang on, I thought she resigned on the last thread? She’s resigned again? What from, the Tufty Club?

    I just can’t keep up. I’m giggling at work.

    I reckon Broon will skip PMQs.

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  55. 77
    moral compass says:

    some cretin emailing into the Daily Politics “I’ve been a member of the Labour party since I was 15 and I am disgusted by the disloyalty of Hazel Blears, we should rally round Gordon, fight the Tories blah blah” 15? Tragic. The moonies used to try and get them young.

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  56. 78
    Charles Flaccidwidger says:

    Hoon and Neill – there’s going to be fisticuffs before long. Fantastic!

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  57. 79
    Slobberdown Menob says:

    Beverley Hughes is quitting ‘cos she’s just been found out to be a liar: new FOI disclosures.

    http://stevemoxon.blogspot.com/2009/06/beverley-hughes-is-quitting-cos-shes.html

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    Silvio Tanner says:

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    POLLYTITIANS WILL FEEL BETTER AFTER EVRYBODY HAS VOTED FOR MORE

    PEOPLE WHO FEEL SORRY FOR SAD POLLYTITANS SHOULD VOTE

    VOTE FOR MORE

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  59. 81

    Andrew Neil finally putting the boot in, where has Neil been for the last few months? Finally acting like an investigative hack and not a facilitator.. IF only he had taken this tack months ago… HOOOOOON bashing ‘on the rules’ at the moment. Watch a HOOOOOOON squirm, nasty voices raised oooh errr
    HOOOOON not convincing…on second home not one change was to Hoons disadvantage? Hoon on verge of walking out…..brilliant. Hoon I did not make any money out of that…. Ok Hooooon stayed the course…
    Spelman we paid for your Nanny?! Spelman paid back £10K !

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  60. 82
    Anonymous says:

    Pish poor

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  61. 83
    Anonymous says:

    WHAT the fu*k is Hoon going on about, Daily politics

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    • 105
      Anonymous says:

      Brillo: You are a complete cnut Mr Hoon.

      Hoon: I simply don’t accept that.

      All pretty predictable.

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  62. 84
    chris says:

    The election results tomorrow night are going to be hilarious!

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  63. 85
    Stronghold Barricades says:

    Labourlist is saying two more resignations expected today

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  64. 87
    Gordons left ball says:

    Can’t these Hunts just from life.Full stop

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  65. 90
    Anonymous says:

    And as the smiling assassin swiftly slipped the glinting blade between Gordons shoulders, he hardly noticed, such was his disconnect with reality.

    Bye bye brown, off down the headshrinkers for you.

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  66. 98
    Tom Collins says:

    I think that Tony Blair had a hand in this, and his mate, Lady Dunnabunk.

    They’ll have to find someone to write Gordon’s eulogy. What about the Wicked Witch ?

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  67. 100
    Mrs Trellis says:

    ‘bye then.

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  68. 103
    Stepney says:

    Comment of the day:

    Blears fell on her toothpick

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  69. 104
    Lizzie says:

    Blears will not have to worry about her high heels in Downing Street anymore.

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    whatever... says:

    Lady M was looking particularly dashing on live tv interviews directly after PMQs…just getting on with the UK PLCs urgent business agenda: reshuffling the cabinet. The current CEO will oversee the transition to a new team, although he thinks he’s leading it, poor deluded incompetent.

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    • 135
      Lady Boy says:

      Lady Mandy of Boy thought he could run the Dome, but failed. Thrown out of the Govt twice for lying. What else has he done that we do not know about? I think there is a lot that we are waiting to learn about this evil schemer. A failure and a liar. Why is he in public life rather than in jail?

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      • 139
        whatever... says:

        …he is not in jail because he is cleverer than the so called ‘legislators’ who have committed worse crimes. Instead, the ‘Business Secretary’ goes about the business of State: securing power, and influence for his Party which thinks it represents the people’s best interests.

        Truthfully, I don’t give a goddamn which political party in the UK ‘wins’. I want competence, and honesty, whatever colour it’s wrapped in. Beyond that: the IMF and every other sane economic body outside petty provincial politics wants the UK to come up with a credible plan for paying its debts. That means spending cuts or at least a freeze. Only a third of the so-called ‘stimulus plan’ assists that. The rest is discretionary spending…oops, ‘investment’, as career politicians like to call it. Eejits.

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  72. 112
    Anonymous says:

    Does anyone share my view regarding the drama in Downing Street ,that Gordon Brown could easily take the part of Captain Queeg ( Caine Mutiny Court Martial ) or Matthew Brady (Inherit the Wind ) ?

    The tragedy is that Brown resembles a wounded bull writhing in agony in the dust of the ring with no Matador sufficiently courageous to strike the fatal blow. The man must be in mental turmoil.

    It will be despicably inhumane if credible senior labour figures fail to call for him to step down.
    STOP WALKING BY .HELP HIM .

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    • 119
      whatever... says:

      Queensbury rules may apply on this occasion, even when dealing with a boorish bully boy who threatens friend and foe alike. The unelected Prime Minister is a useful distraction until the next bout begins. Just my opinion, you understand. Politics is a blood sport when factions turn against each other.

      Oh, well. At least, the girls and the ladymen will be free of the sexist, homophobic boors…soon.

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  73. 113
    alark says:

    The PM congratulated her on a job well done, he said she had three roles:
    1. Rejuvenating shopping centres
    2. Getting local and central government to talk to each other
    3. Vague role about getting communites to talk to each other?

    Labour thinks you need a cabinet minister for that? Utter tosh.

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  74. 115
    cato the uncensor says:

    What I don’t understand is Smith, Blears and Watson go and still Cameroon cannot bowl Broon out.

    Is there a link with the England Cricket team?

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  75. 126
    Brooned off says:

    Good riddance to a pile (albeit not very high) of ZaNuLiebor shit.

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  76. 127
    Anonymous says:

    Blears single-handedly split the extremely well-run County of Cheshire into 2 new authorities,needless to say Council Tax has risen,in spite of “millions of savings projections”in her blurb.The late [wonderful]and wise Gwyneth Dunwoody opposed it,almost with her dying breath,in Parliament,calling Blears”venal”.She couldn’t resist breaking something the Tories ran well,having the classic Mancunian chips on both shoulders.The voters were never consulted,as usual,she knew best.She learned that at the feet of Mccaverty Brown,who doesn’t like voters having a say.

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  77. 129
    Daydreamer says:

    I quite fancy Hazel. She looks quite tasty in black leathers. Am I alone in this or does anyone else have erotic daydreams about our Hazel? She is a lot more fanciable than Smith and the other Blair babes. Who would ever fancy beckett?

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    • 140
      albacore says:

      The usual pics of militant little Hazel, apple-cheeked and grinning toothily, remind me of Derek Hatton.
      And if that don’t turn your daydream into a nightmare, good luck!

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    Oliver Cromwell says:

    Yehhhaaaaaaaaaaaa I won’t have to listen to the squeeky rubbish that she spouts.

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  80. 138
    Oliver Cromwell says:

    ever again

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    Anonymous says:

    “Im comin home, I’ve done my time.
    Now I’ve gotten to know what is and isnt mine…”

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  83. 143
    Wallace says:

    “Im comin home, I’ve done my time,
    now I’ve gotten to know what is and isnt mine…”

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  84. 144
    Anonymous says:

    Copper top battery?

    Oh sorry, thought this was the captioin competition.

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  85. 146
    Suz says:

    Sorry lads and lassies but I have to vote BNP this time as I live in a solid NuLiebor ward and although I have been voting Tory over the years the buggers are still in power. But come the GE I will revert to my true colours.

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  86. 147
    Anonymous says:

    Six days ago the tweets from DCLG Communities fell off a cliff. What can have happened? No twittering from Hazel or anyone

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