October 2nd, 2009

No Post-Conference Brown Bounce


501 Comments

  1. 1
    Phil O'Pastree says:

    Flat lining?

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      N18MER says:

      Fart mining!!!

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        Bye Bye Brown says:

        the plotting begins after cameron gets his Post-Conference bump and it dawns on the Labour MPs returning to the commons that it could still get even worse under Brown and wipe most of them out in the election in a few months time

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          I follow the Labourlist blog avidly. It is a rich seam of piss boiling authoritarianism written by an ever dwindling number of delusional crackpots and weirdos. It gives me great pleasure to sit back and read the utterly breathtaking weapons grade fizzy bubble poo that spouts out of the mouths of the last few remaining Labour supporters in the land as they struggle to justify what has happened to this country over the last twelve years.

          Then I read the polls and see that nearly 80% of the voting population, some 20 million people will not vote for Labour. They’ll be lucky to get 5 million votes in May 2010.

          Why? They are desperate to find out over at Labourlist.

          Well, over the past 12 years, who has actually profited from Labour?

          The poor. Fair enough, you got your minimum wage. What has actually happened is that anybody who is so unskilled that their labour is not worth £5.80 an hour is unemployable. Resulting in millions sitting at home on their arses. They’ll never work again and they know it. To keep them placated, you’ve introduced a massive hike in benefits making it impossible for them to find work and profit from it. They don’t care either way. Using Danegeld, you’ve bought their vote.

          Immigrants. An open door policy has allowed every Dick, Tomascz and Mirek to arrive here and take up the jobs you are paying UK citizens NOT to do. Germany were smart enough to block EU new members from seeking work in Germany. You weren’t. So millions sit on the dole, whilst Poles and Latvians work the fields and send the money home. Not counting the million illegals who are currently thoroughly enjoying themselves on out stayed visas.

          Minorities. From Lesbians to radical Islamists, you’ve paved the streets with gold for them. You draconian laws and bizarre equality rules means they can shout as loudly as they want, incite violence, demand quotas, funding and “special” allowances that no one else can touch and we sit back and watch them abuse their new rights with a gusto.

          The Feckless. Yup. Families ruined, lawless streets, downs syndrome kids with O Levels, feral animals beating us to death, a powerless judicial and legal system, overflowing prisons. Have some tax credits, working family credit, whatever. Just vote Labour.

          So there’s your vote. The five million you’ve made life fantastic for. 12 years and you’ve helped 5 million people to “improve” their lives. Non jobs in the State, the unemployable bribed with Stella and benefits to behave themselves (they aren’t) and you expect to win a fourth term?

          What have you done for the other 20 million who are paying for the 5 million?

          Nothing. Except treat them with utter contempt. You’ve legislated our rights away, you monitor our every move, licence our lives and tax us till we bleed. You regularly insult us, abuse us, search us, spy on us, prosecute us, deride us, laugh at us and then sneer at us.

          You are about to be reminded that four out of five of us absolutely detest you for the last 12 years of your “power”. We don’t dislike you, or slightly disagree with you. WE HATE YOU. 80% of the electorate wants you GONE. We don’t care what you say anymore. We don’t care what you do anymore. We just want to be represented again.

          So cuddle the poor, the unemployed, the feckless, the worthless, the unemployable and the immigrants, the weird and the wonderful, the “oppressed”, the Islamofacists, the “culturally different” all you fucking want. They’re going to be the only ones voting for you and try as you might, they still only represent one in five of the British Electorate. 20 million of us are going to put you on your bastard arses for treating us like something you walked in. And then we’re going to start undoing the damage you’ve wreaked on this country and it’s hard working, honest, decent citizens who didn’t deserve any of this.

          You can stick your CCTV, Police State, wheelie bin Stasi, DNA, WMD, “Social Cohesion”, benefits for all, guilty until proved innocent, don’t do that it’s illegal now, can’t say that, ID cards for all, where are you going, what have you been saying/doing/reading, can’t photograph that, how very dare you, golliwog banning, we know where you live, we’re watching you Soviet Utopia up your arses. Sideways.

          I have put down three bottles of very good Champagne to celebrate your demise on May 9th. I intend to party all night. 4 out of 5 people are invited.

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          • TheCourtOfPublicOpinion says:

            “You regularly insult us, abuse us, search us, spy on us, prosecute us, deride us, laugh at us and then sneer at us.”

            Don’t forget the big one – “you steal from us”.

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          • Come on OH, try and get a bit more anger in there…

            hehe

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          • thud says:

            rants like this remind me why i frequently return to read OH..spot on.

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          • Jethro Q. Walrus-Titty says:

            Jolly good post Old Holborn-credit where credit is due!

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          • Helen says:

            Yes – but they have placed so many millions of votes under their control with state jobs and state benefits.

            That is what frightens me – they have ‘bought’ the electorate. They know that the scroungers, immigrants, quangos, jobs-worth council workers and all their friends and familes will vote for them.

            We are talking a lot of people there. All controlled with no mind (or life) of their own, and will place their X against labour

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          • Helen says:

            When the tories get in, this needs to be pointed out and the state needs to stop interfering.

            The state and the do-gooders have caused the immense social & community problems that our country is now burdened with.

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          • Saki says:

            Poor don’t vote in huge numbers. Immigrants don’t vote in huge numbers. One persumes Lesbians and muslims can vote but we know that’s just comedy spittle flying you couldn’t possibly take seriously.

            So much sub Clarkson wank and bluster, so little accuracy.

            Blair won because he got the middle classes and most importantly the middle classes in the South in the marginals.
            And he kept getting them. Elections are won in the middle.

            Brown lost them and lost a huge chunk of whatever remined of the diminshed base with the recession and his dithering incompetence.

            Simple as that.

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          • Phil O'Pastree says:

            Labour always do this – create a Turkey Army – but it is not big enough to outvote the ordinary hardworking family member.

            Dave’s first problem is what to do with these people before they can be whittled down to a decent minority. My suggestion is to get them to work for a living and do something productive. Because at the moment they are roaming the streets checking our dustbins to see if we have sorted the trash correctly. Some jobsworths are prosecuting grannies for poking fingers into the chests of teenage hoodies. Many more are spending their lives in a whirlwind of conferences, training and awareness meetings. All better to serve you with. or not. Then when they retire, their fat index lonked pesnions come out of the public purse. As if they have earned it.

            It’s enough to make a cat laugh.

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          • Gramscian entryist open season: 6th May 2010 says:

            fuckin A

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          • caesars wife says:

            enjoyed that article OH very much

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          • SarahN says:

            You speak for us all OH!
            Oh roll on election day. Even my Incapacity Benefit claiming cousin (she’s “depressed”) is going to vote Conservative. Can you effing believe it?

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          • Cassandra King says:

            Best post of the month!

            Congratulations, you speak for millions.

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          • Doc Trough says:

            Quite superb OH. I doff my cap.

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          • Old Lesbian says:

            Who will save us from this abominable Lesbian menace!

            We grovel at you feet Old Holbonkers for saying the unsayable thinking the unthinkable and blowing off like a crackpot.

            You speak for literally dozens of extreme right wing nutcases on this site and we all applaud your astute barking mad post!

            If only Mr Cameron would run on that platform instead of this lilly livered populist ‘sanity’ rubbish that has ensured his election at the price of alienating extreme right lunatics.

            You may now splutter hoon, chump and and draper like the predictable little robots you are.

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          • Hugh Janus says:

            Full marks OH, great post.

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          • I didn’t realise you viewed the Enemy Class GramscoFabiaNazis quite so positively.

            Surely, not only ought they to be out, but

            (1) We want our money back – all £2-trillion of it (and our pensions)
            (2) We want to charge them under Law for crimes
            (3) We want to destroy all the wrirring, shiny-lever-covered State Machinery that they not only used but brought more of into being (to use more often and harder) so that -nobody- , not just they who have gone, will be able to use any ever again.

            Clear their offices. All of them. Ignite ossuary-sized mounds of files in the streets. Bring mallets to ALL their repartmental hard disks, pen-drives, CDs lost or otherwise, and laptops. Destroy in particular all records of THEIR pay and specially pension rights. in the Insurance Offices also, and wgerever ther relevant Share Certs are locked away.

            Let them walk away with nothing. I would even deny then whatever clothes they stand up in…in winter in particular.

            THEN arrest them, take their DNA and put them up in court. While on remand they can be kept outside, as the prisons will be needed for the scumbags who were set loose to beat us all to death.

            Give closed pubs for nothing, either to the original licensees if alive,or to whichever taxpaying freeholders want to run them again. Smoking and drinking to be allowed everywhere.

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          • Gonk says:

            Would you like to come to the pictures ?

            I’ll buy the brazil nuts. Absolutely top post.

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          • Sick of the greed says:

            I don’t understand why the people in power don’t realise the truth that has been spoken in this post? It’s not like the facts have been cleverly concealed. It’s there, in our faces every day spashed over the news and felt everytime we walk past a group of arrogant piss heads drunk or stoned on whatever they can get their hands on.
            I don’t know if the Tories are the answer though. I am sure they will be better than Labour but that wouldn’t be difficult. However, I think they will have their hands tied by the EU and fear of stepping outside the safe little box that Labour have made for us.
            If there is a Party that promised to give our country back and I mean really back where the people in the wrong were actually punished and the victims supported as they are supposed to be, they would get mine and I am sure the majority of law abiding citizens of this country.
            I just don’t think there is a Party out there with enough balls to do it.

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          • Brown's a Tosser says:

            Brilliant post OH.

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          • Sukyspook says:

            Brutally honest and totally true Old Holborn, I completely concur and congratulate you on this piece.

            A friend has this week been asked to send a copy of his passport to a company he’s worked for many times over many years…and of course, passports required to travel to Scotland too in some instances.

            You might like this which sums up perfectly just what this bunch of fascists have done to this country:

            MY SOLUTION TO THIS DISGRACEFUL INTRUSION?? CARRY LOTS OF DOGGY CHOCS.

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          • Raving Loon says:

            Give that man a gold medal!

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          • Adam "I'm certain Eve was a virgin" says:

            Guido this must be the longest thread. Another bottle to OH.
            I am going to email this to all contacts. Please do the same. Make sure OH gets the Hat Tip

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          • MotCO says:

            Speechless

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          • Siberian Tory says:

            Fantastic!

            It’s the contempt Labour holds for the ordinary that has condemned it.

            It even abandoned the working class because their views didn’t match the voguish sympathies of Labours “liberal” elite.

            As Alan Clarke wrote just before his death

            “‘There is a huge tide of scum rising, motivated by vulgar preference, schadenfreude, envy and class loathing. We are the counter-revolutionaries. Like XVIc recusants we must lie low, drawing strength from our own certainties. And we must be patient, and prepared for when our day may come, and by the action we then take we will stand to earn the gratitude of all our people.’”

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          • backwoodsman says:

            Claps..if this wasn’t posted on ‘an extreme right wing blog’, I’d have to agree with you !

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          • UK Fred says:

            To Sukyspook @9.22

            My other half works at Leeds General Infirmary, just round from the courts buildings.

            The frequency with wich police with submachine guns are deployed around the area is becoming quite concerning.

            When I put what I see in Leeds with the video at Liverpool Street, I wonder if the snot gobbler will call an election or a state of emergency which precludes holding an election. So far, I think it’s too close to call, but with Brown’s authoritarian instincts and his belief that he knows best, I am beginning to wonder.

            Maybe that former contributor, “give me 650 lamposts and a roll of piano wire” might have soething to say.

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          • blumpkin says:

            Christ, Old Holborn makes me wet. I fell quite refreshed and invigorated.

            Top, top post, OH – Bloody well said!

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          • Fucking delicious! says:

            Shut up you fascist fuckwit…

            Fucking delicious!

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          Labour press office says:

          The only post conference bounce we want from Brown is the one he makes after jumping off a tower block.

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          • Lord Wayne of Trombone says:

            i think ben bradshaw is a total useless Hunt.
            just watched him on Q Time.
            What a wanker

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          • Call me Infidel says:

            A dead prat bounce?

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          • Lady Virginia Droit de Seigneur says:

            Bradshaw was a total plum on QT – he started off pretty well but the waspish Starkey is excellent on the program. He interjects every time a NuLab drone starts talking bollocks which is frequently in Bradshaw’s case.

            How many here would like to see Starkey interview the Gorgon or Fondlebum for an hour.

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          • The Sun paid for its own poll so wot dya think the result will show ?????

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          Mr Ned says:

          I don’t remember writing that Old Holborn, but I must have as it matched my thoughts exactly. I think you went into my head, read my thoughts and then wrote that precise and accurate comment.

          Brilliant!

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          Pete says:

          I wish i could write like you “Old Holborn”. I can,t but I am bloody glad you have said it for me.

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          • Great Granddad's Amphetamines Factory says:

            Well done O.H. That piece deserves a very wide audience. A copy to the Cameroon would not go amiss.

            Guido, I challenge you to get it out there. Be a good chap.

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          • Great Granddad says:

            Sorry. Above post was from me. The amphetamines thing was a was an earlier joke.

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          • Fucking delicious! says:

            Write? You can’t walk and fucking talk at the same time, simpleton. Malignant tumour that you are, fuck off…

            Fucking delicious!

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      • 126
        anonymouse says:

        Chump

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    • 6
      G Brown handyman says:

      loft lagging?

      cheap rates.

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      Thx says:

      Thx 4 a new subject Guido, that Gordo & mandy pantomine shite was getting depressing.

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    • 117

      The wall of the Brown Bunker…

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      streamfisher says:

      Late reply, never mind Pastree some people just don’t get it, resuscitation kit not needed. DNR.

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    • 416
      Mr Ned says:

      Has the BBC updated it’s daily tracker yet? I would be very surprised. They HATE it that the Sun’s support of the tories was followed in one day by the tory lead doubling!!!

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      Anonymous says:

      nLabour zombies reverting to wait and see , looking at the graph though probebly being touted as just a blip .

      prozzie site doing a roaring trade since Harriet gave it out.

      the Conservative conference begins , we have had lib dem lite and labour faux governance , and the possibility of 6 months of having to listen to the ruin make bogus claims that he is spending our money and our future money in a nice way even though he has never faced the vote . what he is doing is in no manfesto labour have published .

      the scoialists have had every thing they wanted this time round , right from healthy finaces in 97 to a big commons majority that enabled them to waiv through all the wonk mind bending and corruption . It beggars belief somtimes that so much has happened without even consulting the public and then the one thing they did promise a referendum on they renaged .

      The murmers of personal debt in 2005 being a disaster sailed by on a boom then in 2007 the rock went under and in 2008 lehmans , yet the ruin claimed to have saved things ? The point is how can you claim to have saved things when the saving operation is nearly as much as UK plc in the first place .
      In other words how come the great leader put the UK in this position , bar ww1 and 2 he has given us the biggest debt ever . hardly the work of a financial genius .

      The payment is still due on the ruins lies , CW is dissapointed that labour did not change there leader , it is cowerdice in one sense , for this delay is making the outcome for UK plc difficult . Since 2007 he has made no detailed policy statement on how he would pay for the debts , nothing , zip, zilch , nano . Not only is that not what PMs are supposed to do , but it is a dangerous bending of democracy .

      perhaps this week will be an enjoyable change for us , some polices , some figures there is some ground to be made up , but then there is this situation that isnt so much a fight more of a hard slog , if were lucky we may be able to beat it before inflation worries begin , but it will be a very difficult time , if inflation kicks in then it could wipe decades of ecnomic stability away .

      The ruin has nothing to make us happy or free , and perhaps labour never did . Dave has new audience some with very little idea of what life was about pre blair , he also has some new challenges to adress . The remiscening of the 80s by labour as though they had somehow delivered somthing with a futre is down right mental fraud , the ruins failiure to admitt the situation is worse than 1979 for the incomming goverment makes him chief chump , yet that is what he has been unable to say , figures are quoted at him yet he just ignores them , interviewers are contemptable for even asking such basic ordinary questions requiring the guts to handle the truth .

      the world bank says it may run out of money in 12 months time , obamas money slpurge looks like a mistake , and mandelsons car scrappage may cause more problems that it tarts up .

      so much for socialism !

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  2. 2
    Harriets Rabbit says:

    I thought the previous caption guessing picture says it all

    These wankers are finished.

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    • 12

      HAhahahaaaa !!

      proof positive of the existence of the phenomena of coincidence – the current bun is irrelevant in todays web wired world.

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      • 19
        nell says:

        I suspect your English teacher failed in her attempts to get you to write proper sentences.

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      • 24
        Harriets Rabbit says:

        Pawkes, you can’t even get your supposed web link to work. Looks like you a a product of the Ed Balls education system.

        Please crawl back under Mandy’s ringpiece

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      • 24
        Boycott the ПРАВДА licence fee says:

        Not so. CMD described The Sun as: “an important national newspaper.” I only wonder how he kept a straight face whilst saying this.

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        • 60
          Gordon Brown's deeply worried psychiatrist says:

          Because the vacuous twat believes his own lies?

          This all sounds depressingly familiar.

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        • 64
          Ivor Schwartzporsche says:

          Its the backbone of british brickies. ‘No Sun-No Cement’

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        • 68
          Grumpy Old Man says:

          “important” is not necessarily a positive adjective. (Pawkes, “adjective ” means a describing word).

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        • 282
          Moley says:

          A newspaper which has a circulation of 3 million is an important National newspaper in electoral terms.

          The Sun is undoubtedly far more important than the Guardian.

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      • 78
        treaty beater says:

        Yeah, and who is the most successful political blogger on the internet retard?

        I’ll give you a clue, it begins with G.

        Now fuck off.

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      • 163
        Half eyed Scottish idiot says:

        There is a typing error in your address apparently you wanker

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        • 188

          160 – This wanker is a computer science grad and it is called a NULL link

          hope that helps

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          • Mongrel says:

            So why the hell put it there, you twat? So far you have shown us that you can’t type, can’t spell, can’t complete a grammatical sentence, and have no discernible sense of humour. And you know nothing about advertising – targeted not at intelligence but at people who might be persuaded to buy stuff – or about the people who follow Guido – some tribal Tories, it’s true, but largely unaligned people who are pig sick of your lying, illiberal, incompetent, sanctimonious masters in government.

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          • Steve Expat says:

            But when it says “Website (optional)” on the form it means you can leave it blank if you wish – unless of course you want everyone to know that you are a nothing who goes nowhere?

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          • Mongrel – if I am such a miserable character as all that WHY do you want to exchange messages with me ? Are you a poof ?

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          • Steve – many a true word is said in jest.

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          • “….it is probably too late for educaiton to be of much benefit…”

            That’s “education”, you dicksplash.

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          Anonymous says:

          Labor zombies reverting to wait and see , looking at the graph though probebly being touted as just a blip .

          prozzie site doing a roaring trade since Harriet gave it out.

          the Conservative conference begins , we have had lib dem lite and labour faux governance , and the possibility of 6 months of having to listen to the ruin make bogus claims that he is spending our money and our future money in a nice way even though he has never faced the vote . what he is doing is in no manfesto labour have published .

          the scoialists have had every thing they wanted this time round , right from healthy finaces in 97 to a big commons majority that enabled them to waiv through all the wonk mind bending and corruption . It beggars belief somtimes that so much has happened without even consulting the public and then the one thing they did promise a referendum on they renaged .

          The murmers of personal debt in 2005 being a disaster sailed by on a boom then in 2007 the rock went under and in 2008 lehmans , yet the ruin claimed to have saved things ? The point is how can you claim to have saved things when the saving operation is nearly as much as UK plc in the first place .
          In other words how come the great leader put the UK in this position , bar ww1 and 2 he has given us the biggest debt ever . hardly the work of a financial genius .

          The payment is still due on the ruins lies , CW is dissapointed that labour did not change there leader , it is cowerdice in one sense , for this delay is making the outcome for UK plc difficult . Since 2007 he has made no detailed policy statement on how he would pay for the debts , nothing , zip, zilch , nano . Not only is that not what PMs are supposed to do , but it is a dangerous bending of democracy .

          perhaps this week will be an enjoyable change for us , some polices , some figures there is some ground to be made up , but then there is this situation that isnt so much a fight more of a hard slog , if were lucky we may be able to beat it before inflation worries begin , but it will be a very difficult time , if inflation kicks in then it could wipe decades of ecnomic stability away .

          The ruin has nothing to make us happy or free , and perhaps labour never did . Dave has new audience some with very little idea of what life was about pre blair , he also has some new challenges to adress . The remiscening of the 80s by labour as though they had somehow delivered somthing with a futre is down right mental fraud , the ruins failiure to admitt the situation is worse than 1979 for the incomming goverment makes him chief chump , yet that is what he has been unable to say , figures are quoted at him yet he just ignores them , interviewers are contemptable for even asking such basic ordinary questions requiring the guts to handle the truth .

          the world bank says it may run out of money in 12 months time , obamas money slpurge looks like a mistake , and mandelsons car scrappage may cause more problems that it tarts up .

          so much for socialism !

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  3. 3
    chronic says:

    Brylcreem have pulled out of a Liebour sponsorship deal.

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  4. 5
    Man With a Very Hot Bladder says:

    Oh dear, what a pity, how sad.

    Say our condolences with flowers, send a triffid.

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  5. 8
    Boycott the ПРАВДА licence fee says:

    Sadly, we must report that the mood of “giddy euphoria” is no more….

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  6. 9
    AndyM says:

    Some more broken telephones tonight in No10, then.

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    John Ward says:

    That’s yesterday’s figures. Today Labour is back up, and is now 29%. Conservatives are on 41%, so yesterday’s 14-point lead is down to 12: still very respectable at this point.

    these daily tracker polls are interesting in themselves, but — perhaps not unexpectedly — have kinks here and there. The trend, though, will be interesting to see over the next few days, especially to the Labour line, which I think will drop away.

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    Boycott the ПРАВДА licence fee says:

    Buy shares in Nokia!

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  9. 14
    councilhousetory says:

    And the big PH marginals poll is out tomorrow.

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    Finnpog says:

    So, the Conference made things worse for ZNL?

    I bet they are so proud.

    Particularly as everyone’s favourite lapdancer and jail-bird hag Harriet actually increased productivity for Punternet in California.

    Has hubby got shares?

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    Stronghold Barricades says:

    Now it is down to the electorate to finish off Brown and the Labour Party

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      TheCourtOfPublicOpinion says:

      Nope. They are dead. Its down to the tories not to f*uck up by lowering themselves to the inevitable panic gutter mode labour will work itself into at the election nears.

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    Tapestry says:

    Others on 15. That’s mind-blowing.

    Greens. UKIP. BNP. SNP. Who else?

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    Johny Strech says:

    What goes up will come down, Gordon has saved the world from ression. Now he can turn his attention to saving GB.he has alot more time to expose the Tory master plan to con the people of Britain.

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  14. 23
    Seth says:

    Good 2 C Gordon’s bestest mates in the whole world could NOT cut the Olympic mustard.

    JINX!!!!

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    Joe Gormley's Grandson says:

    I think YouGov must be using different demographics, their result is totally different.

    http://www.yougov.co.uk/today/

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    • 37
      Watt Tyler says:

      “Lies, damned lies, and statistics” is the apt response to that, JGG.

      How can there be such a stark disparity in the results, though?

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    • 307
      Moley says:

      You Gov’s methodology is suspect.

      Question,

      “Now , thinking about Gordon Brown—– which of the following qualities do you think he possesses?

      Typical interview, “Now thinking about Gordon Brown—”

      Punter. “I’d rather not”. Hangs up, signs off, shoves clipboard in interviewers face, etc.

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    bhownaggree says:

    Utterly appalling local election results for the Tories –

    http://conservativehome.blogs.com/localgovernment/2009/10/council-byelection-results-from-yesterday.html

    If the Tories are supposedly so far ahead, why are they not trouncing Labour in areas like the Black Country?

    Opinion polls have under-estimated the strength of the governing party before…

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    • 36
      Barry Obama, painter and decorator says:

      http://ukpollingreport.co.uk/blog/archives/1880

      Twat.

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      • 96
        Guido Blog messenger says:

        No 27 theres a twat down the thread who thinks your a chump

        Patriotic says:
        October 2, 2009 at 9:14 pm
        No 27,ever thought about a lobotomy,sounds like you need one urgent.

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        57Anonymous says:
        October 2, 2009 at 9:17 pm
        then fucking tell him on the post or do you want me to do it for you ?
        lazy bastards

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    • 265
      Allan@Aberdeen says:

      It’s because the Black Country is now actually colonised by blacks – and they vote Labour because Labour puts them first.

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        It's human nature says:

        It’s the ‘Leicester effect’. Bucked the trend in the Euro Elections because, as the Local Authority web site proudly proclaims, the city is the first (outside areas of London) to have a majority of ethnic new arrivals.

        Immigrants vote socialism ‘en masse’ for obvious reasons…they arrive with nothing and spend years resenting the fact that those whose society they have gate crashed have things that they want and can’t have in a few years. Socialism gives them access to their neighbours’ money.

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        • 493
          Leicester Tiger says:

          Not been to Leicester much have you?

          Leicester may well be the first city where everyone is in a minority, but the Migrants that have moved here over the last 40 years are not dole bludgers. Indeed the Leicester Asian community is one that is very economically dynamic, being mostly of East African -Gujerati origin. The mean income of Leicester Asians exceeds that of the white people of the city. Just drive up the Belgrave road and see the prosperity of that community, or watch the Mercedes dropping off ouside the private schools.

          Loyalty to Keith Vaz, and some pork-barrel politics keeps East Leicester a safe seat.

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    English Liberation Front says:

    It is interesting that the Nationalist Socialists send out their Trolls to squat on the blogs they perceive to be right wing or dissenting. They seem to work from the same script and their posts are persistent, smug and sneering, often using the same abusive terms to describe perceived right wing bloggers and posters.

    The left wing blogs on the other hand invariably require registration and moderate out any trolls or dissent.

    Equilibrium on TV right now – very New Labour.

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    • 53
      He's Dolly Draper says:

      You are an astroturfer out to make the Tories look foolish by your authoritarian desire to ban everyone in sight and turn Guido’s blog into registration only

      New Labour Troll Alert! New Labour Troll Alert!!

      Dissent! Dissent! Dissent! from the Cameron Party line
      Quick someone call him a Hoon or a socialist!

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      • 152
        English Liberation Front says:

        Eh? I think you must have me confused with someone else.

        Ahem, the post was actually intended to decry registration and demonstrate how the New Labour Trolls enjoy a freedom to stalk here which their chums deny on their own sites.

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        • 276
          Rt Hon D Gordon Brown says:

          I think fatso Draper has proved your point for you, ELF, although I can’t see why anyone would want to post on their fatuous student sites.

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  18. 31
    Watt Tyler says:

    I will rejoice, rejoice, rejoice, once I see the back of Labour. They have by far committed the most crimes against the people. See here: http://eotp.wordpress.com/tag/new-labour/

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  19. 34
    One flew over the No10 Bunker says:

    PB.COM

    Yougove poll showing
    \
    CON 41% (+1) LAB 29% (+3) LD 17%(-3)

    Mmmmm…

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    • 42
      Patriotic says:

      Yes and a pigs just flown over my house,honest

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      • 48
        One flew over the No10 Bunker says:

        I presume you are referring to the Labour % ( to which I agree with you) but just in case not then here is a link for you

        http://politicalbetting.com/

        Yougov is Governmnet symapthisers anyway but I bet that Pravada have updated their poll checker tonight though.

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        • 57
          Obama is a Twat says:

          Yes the drug addled Cocaine snorters at the BBC have finally got their act together, funny that this latest poll didn’t get a mention yet mincer Bradshaw bigged up the one from the other day on QT last night.

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          • One flew over the No10 Bunker says:

            I note the BBC poll tracker is not showing the poll that put the Zanu party in 3rd place. Funny that, you would have thought such a significant milestone would have been marked.

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    • 65
      Under a flower pot at the bottom of the garden until the GE says:

      Don’t forget LieBore and the LibDumbs have each had a free week of publicity where they had bash the others with impunity.

      Lets see what the polls read this time next week.

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    • 156
      Anonymous says:

      and the 29% have all been bought!

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  20. 38
    nell says:

    Wait for it!

    gordon will say , AGAIN. tomorrow that when the economy picks up at the end of this year the electorate will have a change of heart vote for him in their droves.

    As always he forgets that when John Major lost THAT election the economy was in fine fettle.

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    • 67
      Under a flower pot at the bottom of the garden until the GE says:

      And gordon fucked it up on an unimaginable scale

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    • 142
      Rip Van Winkle says:

      Problem is the economy ain’t gonna pick up in the new year. If you haven’t already noticed, the western world is fucked. It ain’t comin’ back.

      Why do you tw@s believe anything that comes out of this mincer’s mouth?

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      • 450
        Mr Ned says:

        Because Brown is putting continuous and enormous pressure on the BoE to increase quantitative easing, and when 200 Billion is pumped into the economy, it shows how fucked up things are that this has only just registered as a leveling out of the economy. What happens when they run out of QE cash and we are having to repay debt?

        It doesn’t bear thinking about!

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        • 471
          Brown's a Tosser says:

          Good post Ned and spot on. When QE stops watch out things WILL get worse. Interest rates will rise and inflation will start. GB might just decide to go early he could call a snap election (party pressure) thinking it might prevent a landslide.

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  21. 39
    Patriotic says:

    McMental says I dont understand these people not liking us,Ive saved the world,they dont understand understand understand,cue Mandelslime comes in,now now Gorgon dont get all upset,bye the way did you take the pills this morning.
    I keep telling you Gorgon you will be ok,stick with me,when Tone is EUSSR boss I,ll find you a nice easy job no stress.
    But Peter what about our Liebour party? what about them Gord cant you see they are history,you dont think Iv,e been propping you up because of my love for the party,no Gord I have bigger fish to fry than that.
    Conversation ends and Gord sits there rocking backwards and forwards mumbling meaningless statistics.

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  22. 45
    Patriotic says:

    Nell.
    He had better talk to the IMF first,dont you think.

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  23. 49
    Patriotic says:

    No 27,ever thought about a lobotomy,sounds like you need one urgent.

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  24. 50
    13eastie says:

    Don’t overlook what Klegg’s Kommunists achieved during their Konference: they actually succeeded in increasing the Tory poll.

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  25. 54
    Obama is a Twat says:

    Yet the rent boy using drug addled beeboids bigged up the one poll that showed the gap closing, yet today’s poll showing another 14 point lead is ignored.

    Poor beeboids, their fat gay jock mong is humiliated and the mong in the Whitehouse is as well.

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    • 207
      Truth Sayer says:

      why did America think it had a chance anyway lol, poor Brazil has had no olympics, it was in everyones interests to let them have a go.

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      • 255
        Obama is a twat says:

        Chicago is a shit hole, a corrupt dump hole that gave us Obama. Poor old Newsnight they have a whole evening dedicated to Obama and it’s all gone wrong for them.

        Fucking Hunts.

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        • 451
          Mr Ned says:

          I am extatic that those perverts in the TSA, and the fuckwit, laptop breaking hoons will not get the chance to abuse Olympic visitors at America’s airports.

          Apparently a large factor in rejecting America is the way they treat all their visitors as suspected terrorists.

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    • 303

      The IOC is even more corrupt than FIFA. Why did anyone who did not flash the manila envelopes think they would have a chance?

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      • 360
        JMT says:

        Too True – who wants a fist full of shite dollars or euros?

        With anlo-states totally f**ked and bankrupted, time for the latin lads – untold wealth in natural resources, and no questions over baksheesh.

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  26. 55
    Lifeboat says:

    Has Gordo booked his flight to Afghanistan for the Conservative conference yet? I hear that Gen McCristal has heard the Broon has saved the world and wants to consult Gordo on strategy, tactics, miltary equipment logistics etc. Broon will be taking that brummie fuckwit of a defence secratary with him gravitas when instructing the general.

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    • 76
      Gordon Brown's deeply worried psychiatrist says:

      I guess Gordo the Gallant will head out there to congratulate Karzai on his democratic presidential victory, and to praise him for legalising rape within marriage. It’s sooo good to know British troops are being slaughtered for such a worthy cause.

      On the subject of Labour’s promotion of legalised rape, I’m still waiting for Little Mizz Harriet Harperbeing to share her thoughts with us on that one.

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      • 452
        Mr Ned says:

        Again, I doubt that she will appear anywhere other than the BBC and they will protect her from such delicate questions.

        I would love to see her have to answer why our soldiers are being maimed and killed in defence of the legalisation of rape, the legitimisation of rampant vote fraud and the increased production and export of heroin on an industrial scale?

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    • 86
      nell says:

      The Truth is – General McChrystal today has said today that ” Our Troops are in Serious Trouble. We are Under Resourced”

      And what has bob aintbustinagut said in response ???? He has said that – He will resist Gen. McChrystal’s pleas for more troops and equipment.

      Gordon is never going to do anything to stop our troops being killed out
      there.

      Our troops are completely unsupported by this Labour government.

      Labour , because of gordon’s dithering, is happy to leave our troops out there, under-resourced, to die for no gain.

      Dave next year has to make a stark decision.

      Pull our troops out or give them everything they need in order to win the war.

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      • 102
        Harriets Rabbit says:

        Trident, use it or loose it!

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      • 358
        Susie says:

        His only reliable vote is now a small, but significant proportion of 5th columnist Muslims… to keep them onside he has to level the playing field a bit with the Taliban — what he meant by ‘a fairer society’ in his speech last year — low tech fights under-resourced tech.

        Richard Starkey was so right last night — what about Pakistan? Would we have let British/Germans pop over to Berlin back and forth during WWII? Of course not!

        I truly believe we are living in the most nightmarish times this country has known since the Norman Conquest. Sold out every which way by Blair and Brown.

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    • 453
      Hugh Janus says:

      I’m sure McBust will be dreaming up some silly PR stunt/photo op to coincide with the Conservative conference. And who can blame him for seemingly taking over the defence portfolio when the person he appointed, Mr Aintworthatoss, is so utterly inept? Still, I suppose anyone he appoints is immediately tainted with the McJonah Curse.

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    • 472
      Brown's a Tosser says:

      Gordon’s team for the visit.

      Prime Minister – Brown AKA World Leading Superhero
      Foreign Secretary – Johnson AKA Postman
      Defense Secretary – Ainsworth AKA Shop Steward

      Well General there is our best team real gravitas do you not think! – What must the world think of us.

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  27. 73
    A firm pair of breasts says:

    Can you bounce of a rock bottom?

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    • 85
      streamfisher says:

      Why cats always land on their feet – Cat Psychology – Helium
      Contrary to popular belief, cats don’t always land on their feet. …. How to get rid of brown algae in your saltwater aquarium ???? google’d.

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  28. 74
    A firm pair of breasts says:

    Can you bounce off a rock bottom?

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  29. 75
    Labour trolls are Mandy's rent boys says:

    The Labour trolls are so boring ….same old same old – AND… WE ain’t BOVVERED

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  30. 80
    Ivor Schwartzporsche says:

    There’s a poll on the Daily Mail site adjacent to a story about Tony Bliar becoming President of us all. The poll is a 85% no vote on Lisbon.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1217569/Ex-PM-Tony-Blair-said-brink-EU-presidency.html

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  31. 82
    Patriotic says:

    Interesting to see bannana Millipede accusing tories of being nazi,s,even libdumb Huhne stopped short of that,but I suppose when things are so bad for Liebour it,s any port in a storm,never mind Milli: the grim reaper is coming to get your treacherous party shortly.

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    • 267
      Truth Sayer says:

      Well it would take a communist lowlife traitor bloodstock like Milliband to bring gutter politics into it.

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    • 420
      Susie says:

      Hasn’t he heard of Godwin’s Law? (The first to resort to accusing the opponent as a nazi loses the argument).

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  32. 84
    Ratsniffer says:

    NOTE TO CM DAVE

    As you pace up and down in your hotel room, fine tuning that conference speech, is that the sound of a huge pair dragging across the floor? I hope so. ‘Cos you’re going to need them. Some issues you might want to mention to the GBP:

    *Lisbon treaty*…are you going to “do a Snotty” and renage on your promise to have a referendum? It’s simple, dave, if that treaty gets ratified, we become just a minor county in the state of Europe. You become a figurehead. Parliement becomes worthless…why bother passing laws if they are vetoed by europe? And our rebate, kindly given away by labour, with nothing in return, what’s happened to that? Ah yes, they used it to bribe the Irish….

    *Law and order* How many more scumgags are we going to hear about on the news this week? Worthless, sickening thugs, pondlife of the lowest order getting a few years for murder. The produce of a decade of Nulabour hand wringing. The time for hugging hoodies is over…it’s getting out of control Dave..gonna sort it? Or just hope it all goes away? It won’t….

    *Economy* Everyone knows we’re in the shit Dave. Snotty is spending money like a demented gambler in a casino, trying to screw things up even more before he is packed off to a non-job. Are you going to sit back and watch this scorched earth policy? Remember Dave, it’s our money he’s pissing up the wall….we’re going to want some pay-back…

    That’s enough for now Dave….get on with that speech….

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    • 98
      Engineer says:

      I think he knows.

      The tone of political debate changed this week. Labour are emasculated – in office, but not in power. The momentum is with the Tories.

      I see from Guido’s ‘Seen Elsewhere’ snippets, The Sun set out a Conservative mini-maifesto this morning, and it rings most of my bells – though not all. Need some more flesh on the bones next week, Dave.

      Put the boot in next week, Dave. Don’t give Labour any quarter – they wouldn’t give you any, and they are seriously slippery opponents. Now you’ve got ‘em down, keep ‘em down.

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      • 112
        mad fred 2 para says:

        Lisbon.

        DC is too weak on that specific subject – THE subject.

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        • 137
          Engineer says:

          That’s one of my reservations as well.

          I hear the line “We’ll have a referendum if we gain power before the constit… oops, sorry, treaty is ratified” – fine, but I’d like a clue about what they’d do if it was ratified before they gained power.

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          • For me it’s simple.

            No EU Referendum, No Conservative Vote.

            No referendum means Parliament is irrelevant until we leave the EU.

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          • Anonymous says:

            There’s two really good reasons not to discuss any policy in detail right now. First, there’s the old maxim that you shouldn’t interrupt your enemy when he’s making a mistake – while Labour are bumbling around the field, and probably soon shooting each other, just hide in the woods and let them get on with it.

            And the second, is that any good policy will just end up in the Queen’s speech next week, and any good financial policy will just end up in next months PBR. Once the PBR’s done, then you can let fly with a barrage of stuff all the way in to the election.

            He’s got to do three jobs, lead his party, prepare to lead the country, and navigate around the malicious Labour chumps. Leave him to get on with it.

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          • Anonymous says:

            OK. Right, William :)

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      • 119
        lolol says:

        Engineer,Dave has done nothing to help kill Liebour,they did it all by themselves,Dave had better show us some guts or he will find he won’t have any friends like his oppo McSnot and co.

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        • 150
          Engineer says:

          Actually, I think Dave has been been pretty canny so far. He hasn’t allowed Labour any Tory gaffes to grab hold of and dominate the news agenda with, so Labour’s actions and policies have come under some scrutiny, and, as you rightly say, they’ve sunk themselves.

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          • stilyagi_air_corps says:

            Bit like a replay of 1660: the Action Party strategy, or the Sealed Knot…

            PS: Did I actually read that Harriet Harman / paedophiles r us story posted earlier, or have I been spiked with something? If these bastards want a dirty war, they’re going to get one!

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        • 421
          Susie says:

          Two very good articles by Max Hastings and Peter Oborne here:

          http://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/index.html

          I enjoyed the extracts from Thatcher’s pre-election conference speech in ’78:

          Describing the terrible damage done to Britain’s standing in the world by the Wilson and Callaghan governments, she could have been speaking of Gordon Brown: “The root of the matter is this: we have been ruled by men who live by the illusion that you can spend money you haven’t earned without eventually going bankrupt or falling into the hands of your creditors.”

          and

          She didn’t (as some commentators are advising Cameron to do) set out her plans for government in detail. “We Conservatives don’t have a blueprint for instant success,” she said. “There isn’t one.”

          That’s telling ‘em girl.

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      • 124
        Brown is a goner says:

        Everybody is extracting the pish from Brown now – he holds no fear now that he’s been well and truly rumbled.

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      • 133
        Ivor Schwartzporsche says:

        Well put Ratsniffer. he can also think about war crimes and other treasonable offence to not only us but to other victims. No least the ‘attempted’ dissposal of our people’s sovereignty whether HM agrees or not.

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      • 454
        Hugh Janus says:

        Yes, and while you are at it DC, how about a list of NuLiebour failures? I guarantee that it will be a great deal longer than McBust’s list of so-called successes, the only problem being that there aren’t enough hours in the day to read them all out.

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    • 478
      Procrustes says:

      Don’t forget the kids tirning up at primary school who cannot speak,drink from a cup and are not toilet trained. Why? Because the parent(s) think it’s the school’s job to do it?

      ‘Education,Education,Education’ or ‘Learnicity’ as ‘Educationalists’ loke to call it

      Thanks Labour

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  33. 90

    I have some understanding of regulation and markets, and people and cultures. Also, I’ve taken a leading position on this for over the past year which folks can check if they want to waste some time. So, policy and popular understanding is really just shifting behind where I was from the get-go. Help yourself to the biscuit barrel.

    Jeez, just let it go.

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  34. 91
    One flew over the No10 Bunker says:

    Well the smear and abuse tactics have started as expected and on cue

    The guardian front pages talking about vile Tory friends and the Independent stating Tories in revolt over Europe. Both prominenetly displayed on Sky news along with the Express reporting a house price boom thrown in for good measure.

    They should realise we just don’t buy this shit anymore.

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    • 143
      Ivor Schwartzporsche says:

      We’ill make our own shit pie from now on. Btw-there is no house price boom unless you equate it to implosion.

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  35. 92
    hideously white says:

    BBC News Editor. Memo to all staff.

    “The Tory conference is now imminent. May I remind everyone that there has been an earthquake and tsunami in Sumatra.”

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    • 176
      Anonymous says:

      Pmsl :-]

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    • 426
      Susie says:

      Well BBC, as China is both richer and much nearer to Sumatra than we are and, as they have frequent earthquakes themselves, whereas we do not, perhaps they have more cash, manpower, expertise and equipment to effectively help the Indonesians than we can.

      Get Jensen and Louis to don black armbands for the Jap Grand Prix tomorrow and we’ll all have a minute’s silence before the race begins, hell… the BBC F1 production team are only up the road a bit, perhaps they could do a drama doc on their way home.

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  36. 93
    spike says:

    In Norman Bakers book about David Kellys “death”it refers to some information the U.S.had over T.B.s past.Does anyone know what it was ?

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    • 106
      Dept_C says:

      Yes.

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    • 109
      streamfisher says:

      I know Tuberculosis bought his presidency of the EEC when he gave them back on a plate the rebate Margaret Thatcher had negotiated.

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    • 111
      Inspector Cyril Blake says:

      our Tone was a CNDer once, y’know; heard him tub-thumping at a Labour conference years ago about it. CND wuz well infiltrated by the Communist Party. Possibly could be that, or something more interesting like caught sh4gging a sheep whilst dressed in a french maid’s outfit.

      fvck I wish I hadn’t summoned up that image, I feel sick now and it’ll put me off sh4gging Mrs Blakey later.

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      • 149
        Ivor Schwartzporsche says:

        I watched The Trial of Tony Blair on Channel 4 demand tv the other night. Its still there I think.

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      • 154

        Tone was also called Miranda. The surviving Two Fat Laies presenter knows why.

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        • 221
          roman says:

          Clarissa was forced by lawyers to remove that story from her autobiography. She trained in the same chambers at the same time as Miranda, and knows whereof she writes.

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          • Clarissa for EU President says:

            Tony Blair … He was very glib, a chancer and, you know, he wasn’t really respected by anyone of my generation. Everybody used to say, it’s just as well he’s going into politics because he’ll never succeed at the Bar. We used to call him Miranda.’… ‘Remember that scene in The Tempest when Miranda sees the sailors? Well then. He got on conspicuously well with all the male junior clerks. Everybody knew it.’

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        • 252
          pigs in space says:

          What will be the correct form of address to an EU President? I suggest Your Phoniness.

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          • Anonymous says:

            Heil shitler?

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          • Phil O'Pastree says:

            Why the fuck do we need this chancer when we have a perfectly perfect head of state in the form of Her Majesty?

            He will not be my President. Fuck him.

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          • JMT says:

            ‘Kiss my ass fuckwit’
            and flick the digit

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          • Susie says:

            That’s the really amusing thing… Obama and Michelle obviously ‘took’ to Her Maj on their state visit.

            Does he really think he’s going to be on friendly terms with Obama after Iraq? Europe couldn’t make a worse choice from that point of view.

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    • 274
      google.com says:

      Search me. “Tony Blair Miranda”

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  37. 110

    The parallels between Tokugawa Japan and modern Britain just leap off the screen.

    I’m expecting and hoping that a Labour win at the next general election will nuke the nationalists and corrosive Tories. Purpose and unity strike me as being more useful than indulging those egoists and vested interests.

    It’s notable that the Tokugawa regime lasted for 250 years. I’m sure the nationalists and Tories won’t like that but I tend to think they’re going to have to get used to the idea.

    Be sti11, gra$$h0pper.

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    • 120
      mad fred 2 para says:

      Buddhists.

      Just like the Burma Junta Buddhists.

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    • 121
      One flew over the No 10 Bunker says:

      You can tell the Labour fuckwitteryfest is over

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    • 128
      W.W. says:

      Charles you are clearly as mad as a particularly mad hatter.

      W.W>

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    • 132
      rendell says:

      You said that last week, and it was just as stupid then.

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    • 134
      Beastmaster says:

      Are you the real Charles Hardwidge as I’d like some advice on graphics fidelity?

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    • 138
      Inspector Cyril Blake says:

      “The parallels between Tokugawa Japan and modern Britain just leap off the screen.”

      pray tell. Assuming for the purposes of discussion that your audience know nothing of the history of the Tokugawa Shogunate, indulge me if you would as to what those parallels might be, if you’d be so kind?

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    • 144

      I am essentially a graphics fidelity systems engineer and am quite conversant with ‘top-down’ hierarchical structures, in terms of electronic and mechanical systems and their associated benefits and drawbacks.

      The ‘Brown Doctrine’ of quality standards, teamwork, and the long-long view can be effective. A little ruthlessness tempered with kindness can go a long way in getting folks over this hump. It’s just another recession (or depression) by another name.

      Be sti11, gra$$h0pper.

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      • 279
        Charlie_E_Floppytodger says:

        I am essentially a complete pillock and self-abuser and am not conversant with ‘top-down’ hierarchical structures, in terms of electronic and mechanical systems and their associated benefits and drawbacks.

        The ‘Brown Doctrine’ of poor standards, teabreaks, and Nokia-throwing can’t be effective. A little ruthlessness tempered with kindness can go a long way in getting trolls over this hump. It’s just another recession (or depression) by another name, and it’s all Labour’s doing.

        Be empty, coalh0pper.

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      • 373
        JMT says:

        Ah – TV repair man.

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      • 485
        Chuang Tze says:

        Tao implies non-discussion; discussion implies non-attainment. Manifested, Tao has no objective value; hence silence is better than argument. It cannot be translated into speech; better say nothing at all. This is the great attainment.

        Charles, you fraud, read of the Yellow Emperor.

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    • 158
      English Liberation Front says:

      Oh, you’re back are you (yawn)?

      Now where is that paint I want to watch drying.

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      • 185
        Anonymous says:

        Can i join you? as that freak with the bags of string ,charlie handlewidget is back out side the Spar shouting at kids!

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    • 299
      Charlie_E_Floppytodger says:

      The parallels between Tony Bliar and conger eels just leap off the screen.

      I’m expecting and hoping that a Labour loss at the next general election will nuke the socialists and help the Tories. Purpose and unity strike me as being more useful than indulging those Red egoists and vested interests.

      It’s notable that some pie recipes lasted for 250 years. I’m sure the nationalists and Prescottists will like that and I tend to think they’re going to have to test the product.

      Be obese, gra$$h0pper.

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    • 364
      Zoo Keeper says:

      Don’t feed the troll

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  38. 115
    W.W. says:

    Whenever Brown is on public display the polling for Labour goes down (not unsurprisingly)
    That is why they try and keep him out of the way.
    Come the election he simply has to be in the spotlight, which means Labour are liable to get lower rather than higher than recent polls.

    I was also watching him as Milibland gave his speach yesterday, it looked like he was ready for topping himself.
    I presume they had him back on the ‘downers’
    I am coming to the conclusion that I don’t think he is mentaly capable of sustaining an election campaign.
    Don’t get me wrong, I loathe the fucker, and hope he rots in hell, but if I was one of the two or three people in the country that cared for his well being, I would be having a very serious talk with him. Are they all so deluded or so cruel.
    Also, most Ministers must be aware of this, aren’t they A) concerned for him. B) concerned for their party. C) concerned for the country or D) concerned for their career.

    If none of the above take action to remove him, then from our point of view we are going to have the most entertaining Election campaign in history.

    Personally I hope they leave him just where he is.
    But shows you just how thick, cowardly and cold Labour are.

    W.W.

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    • 130
      Brown is a goner says:

      Its a worry that he may resign before the election.

      Brown has got to stay to be humiliated.

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      • 381
        JMT says:

        With all Labours debts – racked up by Phony Tony oddly enough – Brown could walk in a fit of pique. He would then leave his share of over 17 million quid of Labour debt to the remaining NEC members (who will be personally liable for Labour finances).

        Maybe see some property portfolios being sold and some scum skipping the country ahead of the bailiffs.

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    • 147
      W.W. says:

      I forgot to add that Millibland is a bell end of the highest order and just the type of twat we want to take over the Labour Leadership in after meltdon.

      W.W.

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    • 456
      Hugh Janus says:

      Not only is McBust going to struggle with a GE campaign, the NuLiebour finances can’t cope with it either. No doubt they will bribe the unions with even more of our money, and further ‘election co-ordinators’ will be put on the public payroll.

      They have wrecked their own finances as comprehensively as they have wrecked ours. The ultimate irony.

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    Hello Charles – thanks for the help, we’ll get him nailed yet….my Uncle Damian said just to be patient.

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    going mental says:

    The prince of darkness has struck for labour

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      nell says:

      The Prince of Darkness has said if Labour lose the next election he will be willing to work for the Tories.

      The Tories have said they have one or two jobs in mind, in their government, that they think he would be well suited for.!!

      I think mandy and gordon should be despatched to the streets of Mumbai as beggers so that they can learn the real meaning of poverty.

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        Chomping at the bit says:

        Gordon should be retrained as a DEBT COUNSELLOR. Just to remind him on a minute by minute basis what misery he has caused.

        Mandy should be made to work on a production line in a German motor plant to remind him of the shit job he has done.

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        Lord Fumblebum of Boy says:

        G’us a job Dave!

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    Chomping at the bit says:

    I was wondering about the Sun stats on their readers voting intentions. That is a BIG poll after all and although we joke about their ‘readership’ 27,000 people voting and getting a 60% voting intention for the Tory’s is a HUGE result.

    What would that equate to in seats?

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      One flew over the No 10 Bunker says:

      Little or nothing unless they were all in one constituency. Spread across the country not even on the radar screen.

      However if that was extrapolated to its full readership across the country then it may have a significant effect. It would still be pure guesswork though on voting intention of a sun reader but better on Tory side rather than the other I suppose

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  42. 145

    I am essentially a graphics fidelity systems engineer and am quite conversant with ‘top-down’ hierarchical structures, in terms of electronic and mechanical systems and their associated benefits and drawbacks.

    The ‘Brown Doctrine’ of quality standards, teamwork, and the long-long view can be effective. A little ruthlessness tempered with kindness can go a long way in getting folks over this hump. It’s just another recession (or depression) by another name.

    Be sti11, gra$$h0pper.

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      steerforth says:

      In other words, you’re a сunt.

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    • 159
      Alan G says:

      Is there an echo in here?

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      resurgemus says:

      Charles you appear to be blogging in 2 places at the same time . Your Labour list comments are much funnier as they smack of despair.

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      Lincolnshire Squire says:

      So what is it, Maynard Keynes, a recession or a depression?

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      Charlie_E_Floppytodger says:

      I am essentially a sad bastard with no love-life and am not conversant with ‘top-down’ hierarchical structures, in terms of electronic and mechanical systems and their associated benefits and drawbacks.

      The ‘Brown Doctrine’ of quality standards, teamwork, and the long-long view hasn’t been effective. A little ruthlessness tempered with kindness can go a long way in getting folks over this hump. It’s just another recession (or depression) by another name – but deeper and longer.

      Be porked,arsegroper.

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    One flew over the No 10 Bunker says:

    Sky reporting that probably its going to be a YES vote in Ireland and saying that will put pressure on Cameron.

    Oh shit we are going to get Bliar as a fucking president.

    Q) Why have the Irish got the potatos and the Arabs the oil?
    A) The Irish had first choice

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      Chomping at the bit says:

      The Times reported that Blair would NOT allow his name to go forward for the job unless he was assured that he would GET the presidency. FFS how many jobs has anyone applied for knowing they were going to get it?

      The un.. fucking… believable arrogance of the SOAB wanting to know he had the job as he didn’t want to put his other money grabbing expenses paid jaunts to be disturbed unless he had it.

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      Ivor Schwartzporsche says:

      One Flew over’- If it is a Yes then it certainly would put Cameron under pressure.
      If it is a No vote then it also lets him off the hook and deminishes a chance to change our political sovereignty once and for all. I.E: we go on with the con/lab/con/lab for the next decade whilst the euro creep progresses covertly.

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      BrentCrude says:

      When the oil runs out or new energy sources have replaced it, the Irish will still be able to eat

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      Should have been a haiku says:

      So lonely

      So cold and bleak

      It’s so lonely on the socialist sites

      The trolls come here just for the warmth and the contact

      and to make us hate them more

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  44. 161

    The politics of the real world and blogs is the same. The common root is people’s perceptions and attitudes. That’s why, I figure, it’s important to focus on substance and consensus here. The lessons, skills, and changes help improve your own approach and stuff flows around.

    Be sti11, gra$$h0pper.

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      the late mrs slocombe says:

      My pussy has been under the vet for an urgent injection.

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      English Liberation Front says:

      ‘are’ not ‘is’. Politics in this sense is plural. And they can’t be the same but only similar or exactly similar because they are manifest to the subject. Tangentially the concept of politics in the “real world” is probably mythic because there is nothing real or worldly about politics. They are entirely perceptive and subjective constructs of human communities built on the flawed idea that adhering to a particular ‘political’ philosophy and voting for another human being to represent that philosophy on one’s behalf will bring fulfilment. It is staggeringly optimistic and almost certainly doomed to disappointment.

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      Charlie_E_Floppytodger says:

      The politics of Labour and sewers is the same. The common root is people’s perceptions and attitudes. That’s why, I figure, it’s important to focus on substance and consensus here. The lessons, skills, and changes help improve your own approach and stuff congeals.

      Be barbequed, gra$$h0pper.

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    GORDON MCMENTAL THE MAN WHO SOLD BRITAIN says:

    O/T It Is Very UNDEMOCRATIC That The Smallest Part Of The United Kingdom Should Be Allowed To Sign Away The Sovereignty For The Whole Of It ! And This A people Who Have Wanted Independence For So Long !

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      nell says:

      If you are referring to the Irish vote on the Eu Lisbon Treaty. Eire is not a part of the British Isles and Eire is already Independent.

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        Ivor Schwartzporsche says:

        Not any more Nell if they vote Yes!

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        Half eyed Scottish idiot says:

        Geographically Eire is part of the British Isles, just not part of the UK.

        Also very few people in Ireland call it Eire. Most call it Ireland.

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          wee tosser says:

          This used to be the case but modern maps show the” UK of Great Britain and Northern Ireland” or just “UK” then “Eire “in a different colour. There should be no overall wording saying ” British Isles”

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      • 465
        Rip Van Winkle says:

        Sorry, Nell, Eire is part of the British Isles. It’s a geographical term, not a political one. Eire is NOT part of either the United Kingdom or Great Britain.

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  46. 174
    English Liberation Front says:

    Serious question. I know the Stinking Brown Monster squatting in No.10 has visited and hosted plenty of BBC-type celebs, bathing in their reflected mediocrity with his weird grin. But has he ever actually visited any of the soldiers injured in Afghanistan, greeted them returning home or hosted the families of the bereaved?

    If he hasn’t I know it’s easy to put forward reasons relating to his own stinking Marxist prejudices and petty hatreds but given that it is a fairly obvious open goal what do the panel think is/are the real reason(s) for not doing this, e.g. the seriously connived at and twisted New Labour lies and spin reason(s)?

    And, why hasn’t Cameron – or has he?

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  47. 179

    171 – They’re afraid they’ll meet somebody like you (can’t say as I blame them)

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      dopey twat watch says:

      I think it’s traditional to reply by clicking the blue bit that says ‘reply’ you fucking moron.

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      • 202

        Yes, traditional perhaps, but not a universal rule of law. Your question was fair until you started to get cheeky.

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          Mongrel says:

          Any chance of you explaining why, in the face of all the evidence against the Labour party, you continue to support them? Were you fed hatred of Tories with your mother’s milk? After two pointless wars, countless thousands dead, a surveillance state established, and a clear win in the troughing championship, not to mention the resurrection of the twice-disgraced Count Mandelson of Transylvania and the destruction of our public finances, do you really think it is the Tories who are the nasty party or are you just a feeble wind-up? Perhaps you are a salaried party or union employee.

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    • 195
      Half eyed Scottish idiot says:

      We’ve seen off much more intelligent trolls than you, even old Softwedge who was several fruitcakes short of a shilling.

      Why don’t you just crawl back to your hole?

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      resurgemus says:

      The people of Scotland are looking forward to five years of Conservative Government.

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        Under a flower pot at the bottom of the garden until the GE says:

        Will do them good to see what us English have had to put up with for the last 12 years being ruled by Scots.

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    TheCourtOfPublicOpinion says:

    I hereby predict a high profile labour defection during the tory conference. You heard it here first.

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      Chomping at the bit says:

      Many after that Tory job….

      No No that is too bizarre.

      Gordon… he’s had an epiphany??????

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    • 198
      quisling says:

      Quentin Davies?

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      going mental says:

      shaun woodwood or q.davies

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        TheCourtOfPublicOpinion says:

        Well, we know MP’s have no problem flipping houses as many times as it suits them so why not parties? From his website:

        ABOUT SHAUN WOODWARD
        I am proud to serve as Labour Member of Parliament for St Helens South, a seat I have held since 2001.

        I was born in Bristol, the youngest of three children in 1958. I went on to graduate from Cambridge University; the first member of my family to go to university.

        Having worked in television and teaching I entered Westminster as a Tory M.P. for Witney in Oxfordshire in 1997. I lasted two years in the Tory Party at Westminster. It was bad from the beginning; the problem was it just got worse until eventually it became untenable.

        The time had come to address the reality that the values in which I believed were to be realised within the Labour Party. Whatever the cost to myself and my career, I knew I would have to quit the Tory Party. On Saturday December 18th 1999 I announced my decision to apply to take the Labour whip.

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          Phil O'Pastree says:

          As career decsions go, this one is up there. Fortunately he has family money to support himself and probably will not join ex-Blair Babes supping themsleves to death in provincial hostelries,

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  49. 191

    I can quote Geoffrey Wheatcroft commenting on Call Me Dave “There’s not much to be said for a party of inopportune opportunists, or cynics who get it all wrong.” You might want to reflect on that.

    Be sti11, gra$$h0pper.

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      the late mrs slocombe says:

      My pussy likes whiskas.

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      resurgemus says:

      Tony Blair will run a mile from supporting Labour in the next election – he can’t handle a media that isn’t in his pocket and is afraid of the massive damage his reputation will suffer from supporting a lost cause.

      Be stiff Asshopper

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        going mental says:

        tone dont give a fuck he is ” Mr President “

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        • 226
          resurgemus says:

          yes funny that – as president he won’t be able to participate in national politics. Has to stay neutral. How curious ” love to help you Gordon but ….”

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      • 222
        Chomping at the bit says:

        There must be MUCH he has to fear from the fuck ups he covered up in the UK in his premiership. God help him when the press get their teeth into him…. might bolster up their circulation?

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      • 229
        Steve Expat says:

        Tory will be in hiding until he gets the top job in the EU – there’s no way he will campaign for the losers until his own future is safe first!

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    • 217
      Ratsniffer says:

      Fuck off, shitckicker.

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    • 241
      nell says:

      Inopportune opportunists as in baronessU and her ilk ??

      Cynics who get it all wrong – as in damian and alastairC??

      Yep the labour party is absolutely overflowing with mp’s who are:

      * ‘caring whilst troughing for all they’re worth
      * worrying about the poor whilst frantically feathering their nests –
      * fighting for the vulnerable as they head off to tuscany or the bahamas.

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        resurgemus says:

        Nell

        please that’s so unfair, Labour have also appointed many people to the House of Lords to ensure troughing and inept government is not just a class thing.

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          nell says:

          +++Laugh+++

          Luvvies aren’t they?? Of course they have !!!!

          What was the name of that Labour Lord who has been claiming for the cost of his Mother’s housing because ‘he was living with her’ . And then – Oh Dear It was discovered that she had died years ago.

          And what about those three labour lords who were whoring their favours to any commercial interest that would have them and making large sums of money in the process?

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    • 287
      Charlie_E_Floppytodger says:

      I can quote Noggin the Nog commenting on Gordoom “There’s not much to be said for a party of inopportune opportunists, or cynics who get it all wrong.” You might want to reflect on that.

      Be flash-fried, gra$$h0pper.

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  50. 204

    Key values of Buddhism are love and learning, and developing social kindness and self confidence is a similar thing. Labour get that and the turbo-Tories in here don’t. Balance and harmony – vote Labour.

    Be sti11, gra$$h0pper.

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      Charlie_E_Floppytodger says:

      Key values of Buddhism are love and learning, and developing social kindness and self confidence is a similar thing. Monster Raving Loonies get that and the turbo-trolls in here don’t. Balance and harmony – vote Monster Raving Loony.

      Be eaten, gra$$h0pper.

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    • 220
      Ratsniffer says:

      When did you get out, Charles? Are you still under supervision? Are you taking your medication?

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    • 240
      stilyagi_air_corps says:

      Client of Harman’s back in the ’70s, were we?

      Thought so.

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    • 486
      Chuang Tze says:

      Read of the Yellow Emperor before I beat you, Charles

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  51. 212
    going mental says:

    Fawkes phone rentakill ffs

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    Mandy_for Girls says:

    Mandy: Well Gordon, there is one bright chink of light in all this

    Gordon: Wass that Pete?

    Mandy: Cameron’s gonna inherit one big cartload of pigshit from you

    Gordon: And you think that’ll make me feel better?

    Mandy: OK………. how about…… Global Pigshit

    Gordon: Yes. That’s made me feel better

    Mandy to himself: This sucker really believes his own crap

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  53. 224

    After watching an episode of Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles, I started wondering of something akin to America’s “Liberty bonds” might have some traction.

    We’re effectively, on a war footing and it’s one way of raising finance and giving people an equity stake. Indeed, some companies could broker similar deals with employees which might help create more of a “start up” mentality and develop focus and boost morale.

    Hmmm. This recession could be “fun”.

    Be sti11, gra$$h0pper.

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    • 234
      resurgemus says:

      The Sun says :

      Laughing at the plight of hardworking families, Labour supporters close to the Gordon Brown claimed the recession was “fun”………

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    • 236
      the artful dodger says:

      Hanging you up by the balls and pistol whipping you could be fun too.

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    • 242
      Charlie_E_Floppytodger says:

      After watching an episode of Tellytubbies: The Sarah Brown Chronicles, I started wondering of something akin to America’s “Liberty bodices” might have some traction.

      We’re effectively skint and it’s one way of buggering finance and giving people a tax hike. Indeed, some companies could go bust and bugger morale.

      Hmmm. This recession could be “nasty”.

      Be rogered, arsegroper.

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  54. 227
    going mental says:

    Aint it funny that Charles wankstain dissapered when the mps was on “resess”

    the plot thickens ………………………………………………………………

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  55. 228
    the late mrs slocombe says:

    Harriet Harman ate my pussy.

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  56. 243
    Chomping at the bit says:

    Tory’s to allow Pensioners to make one off payment of £8,000 for all future care needs.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1217777/Elderly-wont-sell-homes-fund-care–make-payment-8-000-say-Tories.html

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    • 282
      Conservative Front Bench Spokesperson for Care says:

      Less one ticket to dignitas,should leave a healthy profit.

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        Under a flower pot at the bottom of the garden until the GE says:

        Fuck sight cheaper than selling your house.
        The question to ask is who will providing this care?

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        • 352
          The executors of the estate of the late Under a flower pot at the bottom of the garden until the GE says:

          You will.

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  57. 244
    Truth Sayer says:

    ”Bullingdon revisited for Boris and Dave: TV drama to embarrass Tory heavyweights during party conference ”

    BBC and Labour up to their old tricks then…..

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    One flew over the No 10 Bunker says:

    The bribes have started early by the looks of things. I would hate to see what happens to these bills if they vote the idiots back in. They can’t be that stupid….can they?

    Evening Standard (Free from 10th Oct in London zone 1 apparently)

    Millions of Londoners will get a council tax freeze next year after Labour unveiled a last-ditch move to avoid wipeout in the capital.
    The Standard can reveal that all eight Labour-run town halls across the city will not raise the tax.

    http://www.thisislondon.co.uk/standard/article-23751688-council-tax-to-be-frozen-in-london.do

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  60. 251
    Chomping at the bit says:

    Tory Fight back to Bliar Presidency of Europe

    http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/politics/article6859554.ece

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    • 275
      resurgemus says:

      Given that the last EU budget negotiation was so unfavourable to the UK ( TB increased UK contributions by 60% ) is this now his pay off ?

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    • 327
      Ivor Schwartzporsche says:

      Good article and better comments mostly. The overwhelming majority of the British public would be apopleptic at first but would then take our peliament back democratically, by public consent I would hope.

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  61. 257
    In a parallel universe far,far away says:

    A Bedroom:
    Good Morning Prime Minister. It’s a lovely morning. Did you sleep well? Good. Here’s your tea. Now,i’ll just run through the itinery for today. After breakfast,President Obama would like your advice on his fiscal stimulous initative,which has gone off track,due to his failure to adhere to your global plan of abolishing the reliance of pegging currency to gold by selling gold at rock bottom prices,thereby destroying the myth of confidence in gold. He has been desperately trying to speak to you for over three days now. I really do think you should spare him ten minutes. After that,you’re due at Buckingham Palace to receive the World Statesman of the Century award from His Majesty, Nelson Mandela,followed by a state luncheon in your honour,hosted by teashoch Bono,who will give a speech applauding your achievement of taking Africa out of poverty. Then we fly to Kabul to attend the marchpast of the victorious 1st Chinook of Foot regiment,who have beaten the taliban in a daring assault in Helmand,because of your military genius in instructing them to run fast,while waving their arms about and Whhoo,Whhoo,Whhooing,which convinced the insurgents that overwhelming increases in real term helicopter capacity,had proven that only a fully integrated,socially mobile,service economy would bring real growth. And tonight,you’re guest of honour at the public execution of T Blair,the treasonous viper,who conspired with Silvio Mandelson,the perverted heterosexual,to stop your ascension to the post of First Citizen of Europe,for over ten years.
    It’s such a wonderful day! Don’t you ever think that somewhere in the vast scheme of things,there’s another Gordon Brown that doesn’t have such a wonderful life?

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  62. 259
    Anonymous says:

    It seems that Sarah Brown’s carefully cultivated public image is a sham. She appears to be just as cold, calculating and unpleasant as her “husband”:

    “Sarah’s strength does not play well with people who meet her casually. Some complain of her steely personality and lack of small talk or overt friendliness. One commented: “The lovely, warm Sarah that everybody talks about is a very selective quantity because it’s only displayed to select people. So it will be displayed to Oprah Winfrey or Michelle Obama, but anybody who deals with her behind the scenes knows she’s bloody hard work, she has no small talk, has no conversation with anybody who isn’t either somebody with influential power or somebody who’s useful. Sarah is very reserved, her eyes are quite cold.’

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopics/politics/gordon-brown/6256082/Sarah-Brown-Behind-Gordon-all-the-way.html

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  63. 260
    Ratsniffer says:

    There is no trick Nulabour will not try to prevent total and utter humiliation…even if it involves spending millions of our money. The socialist experiment has failed – again – but this time it has also proved to be rotten to the core.

    The time is right for the marxist vermin to be obliterated at the ballot box.

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  64. 273
    going mental says:

    ++++++++ rumour++++++++++

    PPS to quit soon

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    • 329
      Steve Expat says:

      Another one bites the dust!

      Talking of which, why the fuck has Scotland still not resigned?

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      • 338
        Phil O'Pastree says:

        Because the Tartan Baroness has corruption to root out of English companies. This is no technical matter.

        It’s enough to make a cat laugh.

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  65. 286
    from me to you says:

    is it true that Mandelson shaved off his moustache after repeated Chuckle Brother jibes?

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  66. 289

    I am changing loyalty

    I SHALL NOW VOTE —- LABOUR

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    lets ride the exciting train of european intergration says:

    As per english viking, I find it bizarre that the “extreme right wing” blogs don’t require registration, yet the blogs following the philosophy of “equality” do (labour list, CIF etc.)
    It is also rather amusing that the quantity of shite comments, clearly from the labour party, dropped during “confrence” and is now back up. Who pays your saleries lads?

    Also, who is looking after the ballot boxes in Ireland tonight?

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  68. 298

    I’ve nearly commented more than once (including today) on Cameron’s mental fitness but don’t want to slide into some “me too” or “tit for tat” argument. There’s degrees of lurid and negativity I don’t want to be drawn into and would prefer discussion was kept on a more informative and agreeable basis in any case.

    Personality type is, mostly, just a specialisation. Some people are better at some things than others, and our personality types colour what we do and how we perceive the world around us. Once this clicks a lot of things fall into place, and we can be better equiped to know ourselves and the world around us.

    Be sti11, gra$$h0pper.

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      paper boy says:

      Suck my cock.

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    • 306
      Choose back,crack and sack says:

      You managed to score then?

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      Charlie_E_Floppytodger says:

      I’ve nearly commented more than once (including today) on Broon’s mental fitness and want to slide into some “me too” or “tit for tat” argument. There’s degrees of lurid and negativity I want to be drawn into and would not prefer discussion was kept on a more informative and agreeable basis in any case.

      Personality type is, mostly, just a specialisation. Some people are better at some things than others, and our personality types colour what we do and how we perceive the world around us. Once this clicks a lot of things fall into place, and we can be better equipped to know ourselves and the world around us.

      Be stark raving bonkers, gra$$h0pper.

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      Mongrel says:

      Yes Hardwidge, I have identified your personality type from detailed analysis of your postings on this site. You are type A: arsehole and you colour everything Brown.

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        Chuang Tze says:

        Charles is a fraud, pure and simple. Boring and shallow. You know the type…know they are not wanted but pretend not to notice. He is intellectually dishonest and knows it.

        Read of the Yellow Emperor, Charles , and do not talk of things you do not understand.

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    Charlies Anal says:

    ‘Brown bounce’ must be something to do with the bidet effect!

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    Anonymous says:

    boring

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    from me to you says:

    Who caused more damage, the Bullingdon Club in 200 years – a few hundred tables, chairs and glasses busted up, or Gordon Chuckle Fuckwitt since 1997?

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      Engineer says:

      National Debt in 1997 – £340 billion.

      National Debt in 2009 – £1370 billion, and rising.

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      13eastie says:

      The Bullingdonians would be happy put right any damage they caused personally.

      The Labour hierarchy are sacred shitless of their own party’s bankruptcy. They could give less than two shits about the national debt, which has actually made them richer as individuals.

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  72. 331
    Phil O'Pastree says:

    Simon Heffer in the Telegraph reckons..

    Most of the Labour Party admit now that they face not just defeat, but possibly obliteration, and a period of ritual disembowelment afterwards such as we saw after 1979. With Alan Johnson biding his time, it doesn’t have to be like that.

    The Labour Party might just sneak into second place wth a human at the helm like Alan Johnson. Most Labour MPs will understand that Labour have no chance of winning the forthcoming General Election and so now it is a case of every man for himself and a question of saving their individual skins. That is not going to happen with a Gargoyle as the face of Labour.

    He will be ditched before very long. Mark my words.

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      Obama is a twat says:

      They won’t ditch McMental now it’s just too late. They are resigned to losing the next election and if the Tories are over 150 seat majority the next two elections. Hopefully the skirt wearing nonces north of the border will piss off if the Tories get in and that will kill Liebour once and for all.

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      • 375
        Phil O'Pastree says:

        Don’t agree. Each and every Labour MP will be thinking of himself now with the GE looming on the horizon, rather than considering the Party as a whole, and therefore the issue is now about self preservation.

        There is no doubt they want him out, the only question is how.

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          Annie's-Bar says:

          Very perceptive Mr Pastree

          Stalking horses are indeed being considered.
          Approaches to Brown to step down lest he force a contest – formulated.
          The plotters won’t make the same mistake twice and break cover in the press to be picked off and forced into the open before they are ready.
          Anyone who thinks there is no time has forgotten next June is the deadline.

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      Gordon brown's moral compass swinger says:

      Surely a cyclops, not a gargoyle?

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      Ivor Schwartzporsche says:

      Not just obliteration but will find it very hard to make new friends.

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  73. 348
    Bystander says:

    Does shit bounce?

    I merely ask.

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    • 357
      M Oaten says:

      On your ‘ead,son!

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    • 361
      Engineer says:

      It depends on the type.

      If it’s socialist shit, it sort of spreads, covering everything with a foul and cloying ordure, which gums up the works and prevents normal action. Removing it can take time, effort and lashings of Conservatism assisted by proddings from the drain-rods of the IMF.

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      TheCourtOfPublicOpinion says:

      It does not. It is also Brown.

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  74. 368

    I’ve been thinking about other stuff today and was struck with the image that Cameron is just another bathroom singer: he looks good at the bully pulpit but is no good in the real world. Instead of fueling “THE RAGE”, I thought it might be worth just laughing at the guy and it’s one thing the Tories can’t stick on Gordon Brown.

    Be sti11, gra$$h0pper.

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  75. 374
    Bi Election says:

    Camerons a cnut,and Browns an arsehole. Just depends on your personal preference for tightness.

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  76. 376

    I also hear a lot of talk about people doing something versus people doing nothing. Well, “doing something” and “doing nothing” aren’t necessarily what people think they are. Again, this is an issue of presentation versus substance. In the Taoist sense, doing something is just the ego flexing its muscles while doing nothing is a hands free following of the optimal line.

    The words “something” and “nothing” are merely labels that obscure more than they reveal. The secret isn’t to do too much, such as Cameron’s claims that the fiscal stimulus is not enough, or to do too little, such as Cameron’s idea to throw everything to the market.

    Perhaps, this is why the Prime Minister’s minimal fiscal stimulus and talking up green shoots looks more appealing to me. It acknowledges reality but helps create the conditions for us to roll through this crisis and come out in better shape than we went in.

    Be sti11, gra$$h0pper.

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  77. 379
    13eastie says:

    The message from these polls is to go easy on Brown until the election is announced.

    Brown is the best weapon the Tories could hope for. No policy announcements will mitigate the rising unemployment that will prevail in the thoughts of the nation over any reported growth in GDP or even industrial output. A blame figure at the top of the Labour party must stay in place.

    Clegg’s uselessness can be counted on. He’s failed signally to dent Tory support. The Libdem’s best hope right now will be for a LibLab pact, but this will surely depend on a replacement of the Labour leader.

    The demonstrable weakness of the PLP can be counted on. Desperate though its members might be to hold on to their jobs (a few of them might even hold principles), the prevalence of cowardice is such that Brown will not be deposed (he might even still be party leader this time next year!). The Kingdom of Fife is the only place where common sense might prevail.

    Long live Gordumb!

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    • 410
      Phil O'Pastree says:

      That seems to bet he way Dave is playing it. Say sweet fuck all, sit back and let Broon make an arse of himself in his pursuit of retaining his job.

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  78. 391
    Truth Sayer says:

    Why the fuck are we still in this stupid EU zombie and paying for the pleasure of it just so the French and Germans can live out their Napoleanic and Kaiser/Hitler fantasies and ignore the past 200 years of history.

    A Commonwealth anglo alliance is where the future is at if one looks at it in global terms.

    Oil and Gas from Canada till we get the nuclear reactors up and running.

    Trade with India, China and Australia.

    Add your own ideas;

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    • 396
      JMT says:

      I agree totally.

      Unfortunately the Ozzies, the Canucks etc are not as corrupt as the EU – so no payback for political incompetence.

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    • 402
      Seth the pig farmer says:

      UK tax to EU 2009 ~£4Bn
      UK tax to EU 2010 ~£6Bn

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    • 430
      An Aussie says:

      Study all the mineral wealth that Aus has. But the one that will really count in the future is Uranium, which between Aus and Canada is about 75% of world supply. Then its payback time for Heath and the EU when he turned his back on the Commonwealth.

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      • 491
        Chump says:

        Exactly. To concentrate on the purely national damage done by the blasted, twisted Heath is to ignore the pain and panicking readjustment which his dropping of the ‘Commonwealth Preference’ inflicted upon our former colonies around the entire world.

        Another of those gurning men bearing concealed weaponry that we seem periodically to inflict upon the world.

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  79. 395
    Seth the pig farmer says:

    ….]
    The Socialist myth is that governments can promise more and more, and take more and more, but that we can still keep our freedom.

    The truth is that if government does everything for you, it will take everything from you—first your money, then your dignity, and finally your freedom.
    [....
    ...]the Rule of Law which really means three things:

    1. That everyone whatever their background or religion, whether they are the governors or the governed, is subject to the ordinary law of the land.

    2. That we can’t be punished except when the Courts find the law has been broken.

    3. That if it is to be respected the law must be properly enforced and the guilty person found and convicted.

    No nation ever retained its freedom for any length of time after losing its respect for the law, after losing the law-abiding spirit, the spirit that really makes for freedom without fear.

    1978 May
    Margaret Thatcher
    Speech to Scottish Conservative Party Conference

    http://www.margaretthatcher.org/speeches/displaydocument.asp?docid=103684

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    • 398
      Phil O'Pastree says:

      Many socialists have the tragic illusion that by depriving private individuals of the power they possess in an individualist system, and transferring this power to the state, they thereby extinguish power.

      Au contraire

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      • 408
        curious says:

        just wondering why you were able to say c’unt without it being modded – I always thought there was a stink about you

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    • 461
      Rip Van Winkle says:

      Can you imagine any part of any ZaNu Labour politician’s speech made over the last 12 years being repeated some 30+ years later? I wouldn’t think anyone could even remember what these chancers said 30 hours ago, let alone 30 years.

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  80. 399
    Anonymous says:

    Hunt

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  81. 401
    Anonymous says:

    Hunt

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  82. 404
    Andrew Marrs Unwanted Baby says:

    has anyone seen my daddy

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  83. 418

    Guido thinks this has been a great discussion and salutes you all.

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    • 422
      Anonymous says:

      Labour zombies reverting to wait and see , looking at the graph though probebly being touted as just a blip .

      prozzie site doing a roaring trade since Harriet gave it out.

      the Conservative conference begins , we have had lib dem lite and labour faux governance , and the possibility of 6 months of having to listen to the ruin make bogus claims that he is spending our money and our future money in a nice way even though he has never faced the vote . what he is doing is in no manfesto labour have published .

      the scoialists have had every thing they wanted this time round , right from healthy finaces in 97 to a big commons majority that enabled them to waiv through all the wonk mind bending and corruption . It beggars belief somtimes that so much has happened without even consulting the public and then the one thing they did promise a referendum on they renaged .

      The murmers of personal debt in 2005 being a disaster sailed by on a boom then in 2007 the rock went under and in 2008 lehmans , yet the ruin claimed to have saved things ? The point is how can you claim to have saved things when the saving operation is nearly as much as UK plc in the first place .
      In other words how come the great leader put the UK in this position , bar ww1 and 2 he has given us the biggest debt ever . hardly the work of a financial genius .

      The payment is still due on the ruins lies , CW is dissapointed that labour did not change there leader , it is cowerdice in one sense , for this delay is making the outcome for UK plc difficult . Since 2007 he has made no detailed policy statement on how he would pay for the debts , nothing , zip, zilch , nano . Not only is that not what PMs are supposed to do , but it is a dangerous bending of democracy .

      perhaps this week will be an enjoyable change for us , some polices , some figures there is some ground to be made up , but then there is this situation that isnt so much a fight more of a hard slog , if were lucky we may be able to beat it before inflation worries begin , but it will be a very difficult time , if inflation kicks in then it could wipe decades of ecnomic stability away .

      The ruin has nothing to make us happy or free , and perhaps labour never did . Dave has new audience some with very little idea of what life was about pre blair , he also has some new challenges to adress . The remiscening of the 80s by labour as though they had somehow delivered somthing with a futre is down right mental fraud , the ruins failiure to admitt the situation is worse than 1979 for the incomming goverment makes him chief chump , yet that is what he has been unable to say , figures are quoted at him yet he just ignores them , interviewers are contemptable for even asking such basic ordinary questions requiring the guts to handle the truth .

      the world bank says it may run out of money in 12 months time , obamas money slpurge looks like a mistake , and mandelsons car scrappage may cause more problems that it tarts up .

      so much for socialism !

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  84. 419
    caesars wife says:

    Labour zombies reverting to wait and see , looking at the graph though probebly being touted as just a blip .

    prozzie site doing a roaring trade since Harriet gave it out.

    the Conservative conference begins , we have had lib dem lite and labour faux governance , and the possibility of 6 months of having to listen to the ruin make bogus claims that he is spending our money and our future money in a nice way even though he has never faced the vote . what he is doing is in no manfesto labour have published .

    the scoialists have had every thing they wanted this time round , right from healthy finaces in 97 to a big commons majority that enabled them to waiv through all the wonk mind bending and corruption . It beggars belief somtimes that so much has happened without even consulting the public and then the one thing they did promise a referendum on they renaged .

    The murmers of personal debt in 2005 being a disaster sailed by on a boom then in 2007 the rock went under and in 2008 lehmans , yet the ruin claimed to have saved things ? The point is how can you claim to have saved things when the saving operation is nearly as much as UK plc in the first place .
    In other words how come the great leader put the UK in this position , bar ww1 and 2 he has given us the biggest debt ever . hardly the work of a financial genius .

    The payment is still due on the ruins lies , CW is dissapointed that labour did not change there leader , it is cowerdice in one sense , for this delay is making the outcome for UK plc difficult . Since 2007 he has made no detailed policy statement on how he would pay for the debts , nothing , zip, zilch , nano . Not only is that not what PMs are supposed to do , but it is a dangerous bending of democracy .

    perhaps this week will be an enjoyable change for us , some polices , some figures there is some ground to be made up , but then there is this situation that isnt so much a fight more of a hard slog , if were lucky we may be able to beat it before inflation worries begin , but it will be a very difficult time , if inflation kicks in then it could wipe decades of ecnomic stability away .

    The ruin has nothing to make us happy or free , and perhaps labour never did . Dave has new audience some with very little idea of what life was about pre blair , he also has some new challenges to adress . The remiscening of the 80s by labour as though they had somehow delivered somthing with a futre is down right mental fraud , the ruins failiure to admitt the situation is worse than 1979 for the incomming goverment makes him chief chump , yet that is what he has been unable to say , figures are quoted at him yet he just ignores them , interviewers are contemptable for even asking such basic ordinary questions requiring the guts to handle the truth .

    the world bank says it may run out of money in 12 months time , obamas money slpurge looks like a mistake , and mandelsons car scrappage may cause more problems that it tarts up .

    so much for socialism !

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  85. 423
    Anonymous says:

    labour zombies reverting to wait and see , looking at the graph though probebly being touted as just a blip.

    prozzie site doing a roaring trade since Harriet gave it out.

    the Conservative conference begins , we have had lib dem lite and labour faux governance , and the possibility of 6 months of having to listen to the ruin make bogus claims that he is spending our money and our future money in a nice way even though he has never faced the vote . what he is doing is in no manfesto labour have published .

    the scoialists have had every thing they wanted this time round , right from healthy finaces in 97 to a big commons majority that enabled them to waiv through all the wonk mind bending and corruption . It beggars belief somtimes that so much has happened without even consulting the public and then the one thing they did promise a referendum on they renaged .

    The murmers of personal debt in 2005 being a disaster sailed by on a boom then in 2007 the rock went under and in 2008 lehmans , yet the ruin claimed to have saved things ? The point is how can you claim to have saved things when the saving operation is nearly as much as UK plc in the first place .
    In other words how come the great leader put the UK in this position , bar ww1 and 2 he has given us the biggest debt ever . hardly the work of a financial genius .

    The payment is still due on the ruins lies , CW is dissapointed that labour did not change there leader , it is cowerdice in one sense , for this delay is making the outcome for UK plc difficult . Since 2007 he has made no detailed policy statement on how he would pay for the debts , nothing , zip, zilch , nano . Not only is that not what PMs are supposed to do , but it is a dangerous bending of democracy .

    perhaps this week will be an enjoyable change for us , some polices , some figures there is some ground to be made up , but then there is this situation that isnt so much a fight more of a hard slog , if were lucky we may be able to beat it before inflation worries begin , but it will be a very difficult time , if inflation kicks in then it could wipe decades of ecnomic stability away .

    The ruin has nothing to make us happy or free , and perhaps labour never did . Dave has new audience some with very little idea of what life was about pre blair , he also has some new challenges to adress . The remiscening of the 80s by labour as though they had somehow delivered somthing with a futre is down right mental fraud , the ruins failiure to admitt the situation is worse than 1979 for the incomming goverment makes him chief chump , yet that is what he has been unable to say , figures are quoted at him yet he just ignores them , interviewers are contemptable for even asking such basic ordinary questions requiring the guts to handle the truth .

    the world bank says it may run out of money in 12 months time , obamas money slpurge looks like a mistake , and mandelsons car scrappage may cause more problems that it tarts up .

    so much for socialism !

    Like

  86. 427
    Anonymous says:

    Labour zombies reverting to wait and see , looking at the graph though probebly being touted as just a blip .

    prozzie site doing a roaring trade since Harriet gave it out.

    the Conservative conference begins , we have had lib dem lite and labour faux governance , and the possibility of 6 months of having to listen to the ruin make bogus claims that he is spending our money and our future money in a nice way even though he has never faced the vote . what he is doing is in no manfesto labour have published .

    the scoialists have had every thing they wanted this time round , right from healthy finaces in 97 to a big commons majority that enabled them to waiv through all the wonk mind bending and corruption . It beggars belief somtimes that so much has happened without even consulting the public and then the one thing they did promise a referendum on they renaged .

    The murmers of personal debt in 2005 being a disaster sailed by on a boom then in 2007 the rock went under and in 2008 lehmans , yet the ruin claimed to have saved things ? The point is how can you claim to have saved things when the saving operation is nearly as much as UK plc in the first place .
    In other words how come the great leader put the UK in this position , bar ww1 and 2 he has given us the biggest debt ever . hardly the work of a financial genius .

    The payment is still due on the ruins lies , CW is dissapointed that labour did not change there leader , it is cowerdice in one sense , for this delay is making the outcome for UK plc difficult . Since 2007 he has made no detailed policy statement on how he would pay for the debts , nothing , zip, zilch , nano . Not only is that not what PMs are supposed to do , but it is a dangerous bending of democracy .

    perhaps this week will be an enjoyable change for us , some polices , some figures there is some ground to be made up , but then there is this situation that isnt so much a fight more of a hard slog , if were lucky we may be able to beat it before inflation worries begin , but it will be a very difficult time , if inflation kicks in then it could wipe decades of ecnomic stability away .

    The ruin has nothing to make us happy or free , and perhaps labour never did . Dave has new audience some with very little idea of what life was about pre blair , he also has some new challenges to adress . The remiscening of the 80s by labour as though they had somehow delivered somthing with a futre is down right mental fraud , the ruins failiure to admitt the situation is worse than 1979 for the incomming goverment makes him chief chump , yet that is what he has been unable to say , figures are quoted at him yet he just ignores them , interviewers are contemptable for even asking such basic ordinary questions requiring the guts to handle the truth .

    the world bank says it may run out of money in 12 months time , obamas money slpurge looks like a mistake , and mandelsons car scrappage may cause more problems that it tarts up .

    so much for socialism

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  87. 432
    Anti-Communazi says:

    Hopefully Guido supports this. Remember, remember, the 5th of November!

    http://remember511.wordpress.com/

    A mass protest outside Parliament planned for 7pm on the 5th of November. SPREAD THE WORD!!!

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  88. 433
    mitch says:

    Looks like we have been judging labor on their record again.

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  89. 437
    mitch says:

    I follow the Labourlist blog avidly. It is a rich seam of piss boiling authoritarianism written by an ever dwindling number of delusional crackpots and weirdos. It gives me great pleasure to sit back and read the utterly breathtaking weapons grade fizzy bubble poo that spouts out of the mouths of the last few remaining Labour supporters in the land as they struggle to justify what has happened to this country over the last twelve years.

    Then I read the polls and see that nearly 80% of the voting population, some 20 million people will not vote for Labour. They’ll be lucky to get 5 million votes in May 2010.

    Why? They are desperate to find out over at Labourlist.

    Well, over the past 12 years, who has actually profited from Labour?

    The poor. Fair enough, you got your minimum wage. What has actually happened is that anybody who is so unskilled that their labour is not worth £5.80 an hour is unemployable. Resulting in millions sitting at home on their arses. They’ll never work again and they know it. To keep them placated, you’ve introduced a massive hike in benefits making it impossible for them to find work and profit from it. They don’t care either way. Using Danegeld, you’ve bought their vote.

    Immigrants. An open door policy has allowed every Dick, Tomascz and Mirek to arrive here and take up the jobs you are paying UK citizens NOT to do. Germany were smart enough to block EU new members from seeking work in Germany. You weren’t. So millions sit on the dole, whilst Poles and Latvians work the fields and send the money home. Not counting the million illegals who are currently thoroughly enjoying themselves on out stayed visas.

    Minorities. From Lesbians to radical Islamists, you’ve paved the streets with gold for them. You draconian laws and bizarre equality rules means they can shout as loudly as they want, incite violence, demand quotas, funding and “special” allowances that no one else can touch and we sit back and watch them abuse their new rights with a gusto.

    The Feckless. Yup. Families ruined, lawless streets, downs syndrome kids with O Levels, feral animals beating us to death, a powerless judicial and legal system, overflowing prisons. Have some tax credits, working family credit, whatever. Just vote Labour.

    So there’s your vote. The five million you’ve made life fantastic for. 12 years and you’ve helped 5 million people to “improve” their lives. Non jobs in the State, the unemployable bribed with Stella and benefits to behave themselves (they aren’t) and you expect to win a fourth term?

    What have you done for the other 20 million who are paying for the 5 million?

    Nothing. Except treat them with utter contempt. You’ve legislated our rights away, you monitor our every move, licence our lives and tax us till we bleed. You regularly insult us, abuse us, search us, spy on us, prosecute us, deride us, laugh at us and then sneer at us.

    You are about to be reminded that four out of five of us absolutely detest you for the last 12 years of your “power”. We don’t dislike you, or slightly disagree with you. WE HATE YOU. 80% of the electorate wants you GONE. We don’t care what you say anymore. We don’t care what you do anymore. We just want to be represented again.

    So cuddle the poor, the unemployed, the feckless, the worthless, the unemployable and the immigrants, the weird and the wonderful, the “oppressed”, the Islamofacists, the “culturally different” all you fucking want. They’re going to be the only ones voting for you and try as you might, they still only represent one in five of the British Electorate. 20 million of us are going to put you on your bastard arses for treating us like something you walked in. And then we’re going to start undoing the damage you’ve wreaked on this country and it’s hard working, honest, decent citizens who didn’t deserve any of this.

    You can stick your CCTV, Police State, wheelie bin Stasi, DNA, WMD, “Social Cohesion”, benefits for all, guilty until proved innocent, don’t do that it’s illegal now, can’t say that, ID cards for all, where are you going, what have you been saying/doing/reading, can’t photograph that, how very dare you, golliwog banning, we know where you live, we’re watching you Soviet Utopia up your arses. Sideways.

    I have put down three bottles of very good Champagne to celebrate your demise on May 9th. I intend to party all night. 4 out of 5 people are invited

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  90. 443
    AnonymousSource says:

    Politics Home has published its latest survey of marginals – it’ll be a bloodbath in England and particulary the Midlands for Labour

    http://www.politicshome.com/Landing.aspx?Blog=2931&perma=link#

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  91. 447
    Lisbon Ratified 65% to 35% says:

    early reports and exit polls now coming in indicate Ireland has voted yes
    even if the early polls are overly optimistic a win seems certain with those kinds of numbers

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    • 477
      Anonymous says:

      Did the Irish realise not ONE word was changed in the treaty that was rejected last time?

      Do they seriously think now they’ve voted ‘yes’ the EU will chuck money at them to get out the hole they’ve dug for themselves?

      You bunch of nitwits. Now they EU have your ‘yes’ vote you’re yesterday’s news and can expect sweet F.A. All that mattered was panicking enough of the sheep to vote yes so that Bliar can get even richer.

      You had your chance (something we’d love in the UK btw) and you blew it. Congratulations morons.

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  92. 448
    Pay as you Die says:

    Insurance scheme for the elderly now leaking from Troy H.Q.
    Free care for the elderly is not an option
    Insurance scheme for saving homes also leaked
    Insurance Companies said to be delighted

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  93. 464
    Anonymous says:

    NuLabia will only be gone once the electorate have voted them out.

    Whilst most amusing, what Holbers neglects to inform you is that he’s not registered to vote!

    Somewhat ironic methinks.

    Has a certain ‘don’t do as I do’ about it.

    Doesn’t that sound familiar?

    Good effort though.

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    • 480
      wake up at the back please says:

      It doesn’t matter. 6,000 voters weren’t registered at Glenrothes but they “voted”. You don’t have to register to be able to vote at the moment. Doesn’t make any difference until we remove this stasi government.

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  94. 475
    The Cameroons says:

    things will change…
    but only for me….

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  95. 496
    Miranda Bliar says:

    My names Miranda Bliar.Can anybody help me to remember what happened all those years ago.Someone must know.x

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  96. 497
    Brown Shite says:

    26% with the intention of voting for these dirty filthy Nu Labour bastards. Guess what – 26% of the voting population are public sector trash.

    Anyone caught voting Nu Labour should be gassed like rats.

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