March 2nd, 2010

Flashback : Has Tony Gone Offshore?

Back in September Guido asked:

When was the last time you saw Tony Blair in the UK? Billionaire’s yachts in the Med, sure, US TV chat shows, sure. Six-figure speaking engagements in the Far East, of course. “Peacemaking” in the Middle East, allegedly. Is he seen in the UK? No, not much.

Guido’s theory is that he is keeping under the 90 day residency limit for non-residence for tax purposes. Didn’t Cherie mention that the kids all have Irish passports?

Well not much has changed, apart from his appearance at the Chilcot Inquiry when was the last time anyone saw Blair in London? Seems like a fair question today.


610 Comments

  1. 1
    The big D says:

    Nice work if you can get it.

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    • 2
      Martin Day says:

      What a turd Lord Ashcroft is

      Ashcroft sued for libel after the Times published a story in July 1999 suggesting that the American Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) had the Tory donor in its sights as a drug-smuggler and money-launderer. What the paper did not explain was that Ashcroft was merely one of five million people the DEA routinely kept files on.

      The two parties eventually reached an out of court agreement and Rupert Murdoch agreed to print a front-page statement withdrawing the allegations. Ashcroft has since told his side of the story in the savage Dirty Politics, Dirty Times: My fight with Wapping and New Labour.

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      • 33
        Great British Public says:

        ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ

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        • 302
          Golden Days says:

          Here’s something everyone should remember and weep over: in the 2005 Election, in ENGLAND 60,000 more people voted Conservative than Labour, and yet in ENGLAND Labour won 92 more seats.
          We English have had 5 more years of Blair and Brown than we actually voted for.
          It’s enough to make you …I dunno, it’s beyond tears and it’s beyond anger.

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          • Supreme Leader says:

            Ah yes, a future fair for the many

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          • bbc says:

            We only discuss such things when it might benefit labour or the democrats in the US. otherwise we’re intensely relaxed about undemocratic things. Like the EU.

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          • jo public says:

            cameron brown brown cameron nothing will change the ruling behmoths use our thinley veiled government to do their deeds. we’ve all been fucked over the election means nothing
            england is dead long live the soviet european republic.
            carry on consuming, carry on your idolotary of celebrity, watch you mind numbing widscreen tv’s, you all missed your chance to do anything
            comfortably numb is what you are……………………………………

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      • 40
        Child labour party says:

        What a wonderful asset i am to Gordon and the party.LAUD POOL

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      • 54
        Dr Andy Burnham says:

        lUCKY FOR ME MARTIN THAT YOU KEEP ASHCROFT IN THE FRAME.IT KEEPS THE 1200 DEAD IN MID STAFFS,A TRUST I HELPED TO PUSH THROUGH,OFF THE RADAR.X ANDY

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      • 139
        Hang The Bastards says:

        Actually Lord Ashcroft has done more positive for the UK than the entire Labour Shambles.

        He created CrimeWatch, and as a Lord has not taken a penny for his services, unlike Labours Lord Paul who has claimed a COOL £250K OF TAX PAYERS funds.

        And as for Mandleson, want he convicted of fraud, sack twice disgraced !

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      • 251
        Unsworth says:

        And your point is what, exactly?

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    • 8
      Lord G says:

      It’s the right thing to do

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    • 18
      Anonymous says:

      Nice tits.

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    • 65
      Mike Giggler says:

      Nice tits too!

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      • 98

        I think The Prime Mentalist could permamently keep that treacherous, evil shit Bliar off our shores by creating another one of his stealth taxes:

        Moob Gains Tax

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      • 152
        The Ape Man Commeth says:

        If you like hairy tits.

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        • 165
          The Grim Reaper says:

          Hey God…..yes, it’s me Holy Tone I, Pope in waiting…….No, not the Smirking Chancer…..No, Good God , not ole Devil Eyes….it’s moi….Tony….your chum, the straight kinda guy…..right………

          Just wanted to thank you for the Moobs…..man boobs…hey, that’s cool….now I can give birth and float on water at the same time…..

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          • Susie says:

            …oh wow — sorry — the water thing — that was Jesus, not me. I get us mixed up at times.

            Just one more favourette — please please let Gordo win the election, don’t want to bump into the miserable doomy creep away on the corniche… Ciao!

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          • Thanks for the mammary says:

            He’s certainly got a super mongo pair of jugs. For a bloke anyway.

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          • BenDoon & PhilMcCavitty says:

            Just stop with all this shouting. We’ve heard you, so stop it.

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        • 567
          Average Brit says:

          Yeah, sad innit when you’ve got better tits than the missus.

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    • 197
      Wayne Trombone says:

      what the fook is wrong with that if he has done?
      who wants to pay tax for the Government to piss up the wall?

      Cut services
      Cut taxes
      Cut off the gravy running the gravy train

      lets all be a bit more mature about the economics of modern life.

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      • 226

        I agree

        Starve the Beast.

        Avoid tax wherever you can. The Beast feeds upon it and grows stronger. Without tax, the beast grows weak and dies.

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    • 473

      He’s obviously become a “non-condom” – as if he’d even know what to do with one.

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    • 543
      wooden spoon says:

      Tonys law skills at work , see truthseekers website . interesting read pass it on

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    • 603
      Willsteed says:

      Duh!!!

      This has been obvious for ages. Blair works and is domiciled in the States.

      Yes, and I expect it is to earn millions, and avoid Labour’s high tax rates. Nothing like high principles eh.

      My only surprise is, that even after years, no one seems to have cottoned on the fact he is essentially never in the UK.

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    • 604
      Anonymous says:

      Get those man boobs! Is he just overweight from all his ‘fat cat’ jobs or is he reverting to type & will want to be known as either Antonia or Miranda in future?

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    • 607
      wooden spoon says:

      Go to truthseeker website, interesting read on the labour party, pass it on .

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    • 608
      wooden spoon says:

      Go to truthseeker website, interesting read on the labour party, pass it on.

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  2. 3
    jdennis_99 says:

    Of course he’s not resident. If you can afford not to be, you aren’t, are you?

    Labour’s definition of tax – put your hand up the working man’s shirt (just before you rip it off his back) and squeeze his nipple until it turns purple.

    Bastards.

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    • 10
      BROWNED OFF says:

      Yes and I’d like to know how much tax that great family of Kinnocks are paying Unbelievable these socialists.

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      • 31
        Germoloids says:

        Since when was Blair a socialist?

        I bet he has a US passport tucked away just in case – a present from George.

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        • 56
          UK Border Agency Exit Department says:

          It has already been stated some time back that he was made a gift of a ‘green card’ giving US rights of residence to live, work, or sit on his lardy arse watching the millions of pounds flooding into his bank account, should he wish to spend some time there!

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          • Call me Infidel says:

            With the amount of cash he has accrued he could easily obtain residence in the US. However the IRS are if anything worse than HMRC and non dom status is I believe not acceptable to them. He would be more likely to buy a passport from somewhere like Costa Rica or Belize.

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      • 60
        Archer Karcher says:

        EU apparatchiks pay 15% tax and erm thas it!! Nice earner the EU.

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      • 235
        Polly Toyn Bee says:

        Yes – it’s truly shocking. These people should think about the poor.

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  3. 4
    Lola says:

    Why shouldn’t he become a non dom? Afer all it’s what New labour is all about. To make all its apparatchiks rich.

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    • 38
      Peter Mandevilson says:

      We are intensely relaxed about people becoming filthy rich.

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      • 75
        Archer Karcher says:

        Especially relaxed when it is off the public tit and no real productive work is required, or qualification`s either.
        It is about the only job you could get that requires nothing, except the ability to fuck up other peoples lives.

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  4. 5

    The only sighting I would like of the tosser is in the cross hairs of my Rangemaster .50cal, then he would be very non-alive!

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    • 20
      Euthenasia by proxy says:

      I’m surprised some terminally ill with nothing to loose haven’t gone and engaged in some “direct action”. I’m sure they would be remembered and celebrated.

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    • 145
      Gaspodieen Doomat says:

      The Sniper. The reason for and the answer to all your political problems.

      Never enough around when needed : Germany 1930 s,
      Russian 1917 – 1920,
      China 1948,
      Cambodia 1970 s.

      We, at the —– ‘Wildeast Sniper School’——- here in Siberia, can train you to take your place in history.

      With full recontructions of : Dallas 1960

      The balltlefield of Hastings

      The Fore-top of a French man-o-war 1815

      We will prepare you to perform, professionally, this difficult and challeging work.

      Call Iveena at http://www.we‘ve-been-through-the-hell-of-marxist-totalitarianism-and-we’ve-learned-to-kill-the-bastards-as-soon-as-possible.excommie.com

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      • 200
        Susie says:

        Well get on with it then…

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      • 460
        Allan@Aberdeen says:

        Arabia, 7th century. No rifles then but an arrow would have rid the world of a particularly nasty wannabee ‘prophet’ with a side-line in paedophilia.

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    • 560
      Truth Seeker says:

      Please Guido, do us all a favour and ban this Thick as Sh*t lunatic……if he hates the site so much why are his paws all over it…..

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  5. 6
    David Hodge says:

    Well spotted Guido

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    • 29

      In the name of decency at tea time, GF, could you not have photoshopped the palm leaf over his other moob as well. Heaven knows I’ve got a strong stomach, but it’s bad enough seeing his face without him flashing his fondant tits like an Austin Powers wannabe.

      Oh, I see, you already did the shorts. Well, you should have put a cheap medallion nestling on his hairy chest. He was, and remains, a horrible little spiv who would wear the kind of chain which leaves a green mark and blisters from nickel sensitivity.

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    • 138
      stilyagi_air_corps says:

      Ahem…

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  6. 7
    Anonymous says:

    nice rack

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  7. 9
    Peter Grimes says:

    St Tony BLiar is sure NOT to be anywhere that an international court warrant might cause him to be arrested.

    Unfortunately!

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  8. 11
    carol says:

    I thought he was hiding out in Israel avoiding arrest for being a war criminal.

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    • 89
      Archer Karcher says:

      You guys make me laugh out loud.
      Does anyone seriously imagine Bliar or anyone else will ever get arrested for anything?
      They are part of the elite and are protected accordingly, laws are for “little people” not the untouchable superclass.
      You are living in the new corporatist soviet, haven`t you noticed yet?

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      • 172

        Arrested? Maybe not

        Killed? Almost certainly

        It may be a walk in the woods, a heart attack whilst swimming in the Bahamas or an accident skiing.

        Very few of the elite die a natural death, we plebs just read in the papers that it was.

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      • 481
        Phil O'sopher says:

        Nothing is forever, except change. His time will come.

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  9. 13
    The Sleeper says:

    Leaders Debates details published on Sky News

    3 debates..North West..South West…Midlands.

    Audience questions in second part of each debate.

    Toilets McGuire already slagging Cameron on Sky saying his good debating skills were honed at Eton….arsehole.

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    • 29
      Bardirect says:

      Cameron gets to open the third debate on the economy

      It will be like opening the case for the prosecution

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      • 50
        The Sleeper says:

        Aaaargh..Brown gurning about it on Sky….his vision blah blah..

        …then he just stalked off camera.

        Rattled???

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        • 53
          private gp for gordon says:

          the rattling was his pill bottles………

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          • Jethro says:

            54 He keeps his in bottles? My Aunty up at Tremethick Cross used to keep my late Uncle’s in a bottle – together with his gall-stones: we used to get a a liquorice allsort if we guessed right which was which.
            You sure his maiden name isn’t ‘Retallack’? Cause anyone called that was automatically nick-named ‘Rattle-knacks’.

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        • 93

          Lets hope Jack Dee is hosting.

          Right. Brown. what’s your big idea.
          M m m mm mm mm m Mr Dee. I – I,I,II,II,II,I,I,I,I,I believe in a ,a,a,,a,,,a,,a, future fair for all. Mr mr mr

          Times up Fatso. Next question. Twat at the back. looks like Jedwood. Not you frumpy – the dickhead droopy studenty type. Yes Sir. You. The gentleman that looks like a pale Pink Panther.
          Put your spliff away for 2 minutes and try and ask a question.

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        • 344
          Golden Days says:

          I think he said he wanted to talk about his vision. Should have gone to Specsavers.

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    • 111
      Down with Brown! says:

      The first act of a Tory government should be to send Toilets McGuire into exile.

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      • 222
        Jethro says:

        112 No: the first act of a Tory Government should be to invite Her Majesty to Downing St., and prevail upon her to re-take her rightful seat at the Cabinet table.

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  10. 14
    Anonymous says:

    Non-domicile and non-resident are not the same thing. He can’t just become non-domiciled by living abroad for a while. You need to be clear what you mean. If he is non-resident then he needn’t pay any UK tax except on income he earns here. If he is non-dom, he can spend all year here but only pay tax on his UK income.

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  11. 15
    Snapshot says:

    Perky little tits!

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  12. 15
    Tears for Piers says:

    Has he had a boob job? He’s got tits like Dolly Parton. Surely there are better things to spend his loot on. Face lift for his wife?

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    • 62
      Al Jaheara says:

      Face Kicking for the ugly munter more like.

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      • 114
        Down with Brown! says:

        Remember the cartoon from a few months ago? He is trying to impress Bellesconi.

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    • 127
      Catosays says:

      Her mouth could, with little effort, be converted into a letterbox.

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      • 166
        The Ape Man Commeth says:

        More like visa versa.

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        • 229
          Jethro-never-commeth says:

          I have a Visa Card; in certain circumstances, I might require a visa. I think the phrase you are searching for is ‘vice versa’ – roughly ‘on behalf of turns’: just think of ‘vice’ (You do already? You surprise me!): no, not that kind. A ‘vice-’ something, is someone who does it on someone else’s part (Stop sniggering!): a Vice-Chairman is one who stands when the Chairman cannot sit. (Look, I’ve warned you…!). A Rear-Admiral (I shan’t continue to issue these warnings, you know!) is, rather like a Vice-Admiral… stands behind the Admiral, ready to take his… (What are you guffawing at now?) to take his turn, should the Admiral get his come-uppance, as happened, of course… What is the matter with you today? You’re like – come on: pull yourselves together!…

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  13. 17
    Hugh Janus says:

    No more pictures like that Guido – it’s severely unsettled the dog.

    In any event, if we never saw this loathesome slimeball again it would be too soon. Enough of the grinning chimp, there’s bigger fish to fry. He’s a mere minnow now, and good riddance.

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  14. 21
    Daniel1979 says:

    Good point… perhaps Alan Johnson should ask him?

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      Do you have to pay tax if you're important? says:

      and ask Mandy , Darling and GB if they will ever go non-dom too? imagine setting the taxes for us and then sod off making us deal with it ! let’s also have a look at where they all have bank accounts as well – not many here I would wager.

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  15. 22
    John Cipher says:

    Phhwoooarr , tits – Mandy must be googling Specsavers about now.

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  16. 23
    Anonymous says:

    OK if he isn’t paying tax remove his passport.

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  17. 24
    windrush ventures llp says:

    Im a really straight kinda guy who hates high taxation.

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    • 71
      Liebors traitouris intent says:

      ‘A straight kinda guy’ a sort of foil to Mandleson’s bent kinda guy!

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    • 76
      Afghanistan Banana Stand says:

      especially when it applies to him

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    • 191
      Pretty straightforward kind of guy says:

      Like all good socialists, his tax avoidance measures cost at least £15K each year.

      “Blair’s spokesman told us: ‘This has been done on the basis of legal and accountancy advice throughout.’

      “One name involved is Blair’s lawyer Alexandra Harle, of solicitors Bircham Dyson Bell. She specialises in setting up various types of partnership. Observers estimate that fees for keeping up such complex structures exceed £15,000 a year.”

      http://www.guardian.co.uk/politics/2009/dec/17/mystery-tony-blairs-money-solved

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  18. 26
    Snapshot says:

    Nobody would ever be able to find an answer to the question that Guido puts.

    Everything appears to confirm the suspicions, but we will simply never know, he must be one of the most protected (in all respects) people on earth.

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    • 46
      Do you have to pay tax if you're important? says:

      along with his vanishing expenses.

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    • 201
      Paint along with Nancy says:

      Hmm. That protection must cost quite a bit..

      I can see another area where Chancellor Osborne could save a bob or two.

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      • 335
        Steve Expat says:

        Rumours are that a couple of Special Branch follow him around the world at our expense as he makes his £100,000 and hour speeches.

        Maybe we should ask him to pay for his own protection, ‘cos fuck does he need protecting!

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  19. 27
    Cassandrina says:

    I thought he was living in Gaza as it is the place no-one would believe he is in?

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  20. 32
    Jimmy says:

    “Guido’s theory is that he is keeping under the 90 day residency limit for non-domiciles for tax purposes.”

    Jimmy’s theory is that Guido is not terribly bright. I wonder which theory will be proved right?

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  21. 34
    Butler to Lord Fondlebum says:

    Lord Fondlebum would like it to be known that he will be joining “Just call me Tony” & the Non Dom set as soon as NuLabour lose the election!

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    • 100
      albacore says:

      These are selfless men of principle, devoted to socialist ideals; true pioneers.
      By removing themselves, they free up space here for the world’s tired, poor, wretched and huddled masses.
      It’s an example they intend the rest of us expendables to follow.

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    • 257
      Jethro says:

      35 – Chinese Tlansration:
      Butrel to Rold Fonderbum says:

      Rold Fonderbum wou’d rike it to be known that he wi’ be joining “Just call me Tony” & the Non Dom set as soon as NuRabou’ ‘ose erection!

      Do no’ lepry this e-mai’. Simpry crick these rink. Send aw you pelsonar detairs ow lespected an’ highry varued subsidllies in Nigelia, Lybrya, Costa Lica, Angora, Richtenstein (Naw: no’ Padstow, Irio’!), Ruxemoulg, Ribelia; fo’ Engran’, send detairs to RRoy’s Bank, prc

      You wan’ No. 36? Why you no’ say you wan’ No.36! Clistofel Corumbus! These customels aw’ alsores!

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  22. 35
    nell says:

    I thought Rawnsley said our tone was devastated by the loss of life he caused in Iraq – not left any lasting marks then has it?

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    • 39
      nell says:

      ?? Modded again! I was only stating the truth! Honest!

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      • 214
        Susie says:

        And Brown was pretty cut up with Piers the other week (not about this though):

        http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/8545227.stm

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        • 324
          Wing Commander says:

          Spot on Susie he showed more concern for Susan Boyle, snatch Landrovers are not suitable for this theatre of war, its a bit like trying to abseil using cuckoo spit. Better still pull all the troops out and stick them on the Falklands they will at least help protect Britain future oil reserves.

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  23. 36
    in memory of gordon says:

    in my ignorance i used to think the tories robbed us blind,but they were not a patch on this bunch of lowlife so called socialists they are like parasites,now i can see why it is better to have rich people in power as they will not be tripping over each other to get to the trough.

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  24. 41
    Snapshot says:

    To make matters worse and confirm the NuLiebor hypocrisy, to ensure that he is kept at the right temperature, the fern fans are being waved by black midget punkah wallahs!

    Ah the joys of being the supremo of champagne socialism!

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  25. 47

    MPs set the rules and live by the rules VOTE for your MP (again)

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  26. 52
    Irene says:

    What about FOI?

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  27. 55
    Stepney says:

    I don’t know about all that non-dom shit Guido but that bloke hiding behind the palmtree has got a fabulous pair of tits.

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  28. 57

    As John Major put it: “I was only being tough on hypocrisy, tough on the causes of hypocrisy.”

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  29. 58
    jgm2 says:

    MOOOOOOOBS!!!

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  30. 59
    hawes draws says:

    check it out…..

    fucking big hernia in them panys tha nors……

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  31. 61
    Maladroit Labour Chump says:

    Peace making in the Middle East ??? The only peace he’s making is a piece of change for the B£iars bank account.

    Unless he’s still looking for all those Weapons of Mass Destruction ??

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    • 349
      North, but not Scotland says:

      They’ve been hidden in the disgusting fat deposits on his chest all along. The 45 minutes was a reference to the amount of time he had them wrapped around Mandy.

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  32. 63
    Sir William Waad says:

    The chances of Mr Blair having acquired a domicile of choice outside the UK seem low. Where is he domiciled if not the UK? The answer might be Fairyland, I suppose, as that is whence he obtained most of his ‘facts’ when PM.

    I would also respectfully draw his attention to the decisions in
    Gaines-Cooper -v- Her Majesty’s Revenue & Customs.

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    • 123
      sockpuppet #4 says:

      That one is about “domicile” rather than “residence for tax purposes”.

      You can be not resident if you spend 180 days a year in britain, but some other state would be taxing you instead.
      I wonder which countries would be wanting to tax TB if he was indeed only in the uk for 90 days.

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  33. 64
    Anonymous says:

    Nice moobs Tony!

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  34. 68
    Martin Day's Boyfriend says:

    Cooee! Martin it is your gay lover. What would you like for dinner?

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  35. 69
    Slotgob's Fanny Rag says:

    I can tell you where he hasn’t been for over three years.

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    • 90
      Sting's wife's front bottom beard says:

      He is a very good friend of my husband and I. We have even invited him arround to our place and you have to be very, very, important for that to happen.

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  36. 72
    This is where he was last week says:

    Sierra Leone’s virtual goodwill ambassador, former British Prime Minister Tony Blair, arrived in Sierra Leone today and visited President Koroma at State House. Blair is in the country to further keep himself abreast with developments with regards good governance, transparency, health care, investment and tourism. He held fruitful bilateral discussions with President Koroma and afterwards met with the Minister of Finance, Minister of Trade and other private investment stakeholders including representatives from the Sierra Leone Import and Export Agency (SLIEPA). 24 February

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    • 96
      fat tits tone says:

      good work getting ‘abreast’ in there

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    • 204

      ah yes

      http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/90526.stm

      A British firm, Sandline International, was hired last July by allies of ousted President Tejan Kabbah to provide “logistical support” – namely the supply of arms and a helicopter – for a counter-coup.

      The mercenary company, based in London and headed by the former Guards officer Tim Spicer, is accused of breaching a UN resolution by arranging for a shipment of 35 tons of Bulgarian-made AK-47 rifles to Sierra Leone.

      A key part of Sandline’s defence is that it kept Foreign Office officials and Whitehall defence intelligence staff fully informed of the operation.

      Foreign Secretary Mr Cook (RIP) says neither he nor fellow ministers had that information passed to them. In order to underline his probity he has offered his resignation – while stressing that he has done nothing wrong.

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  37. 73
    Anonymous says:

    Shock news: leaders debate agreed, but only the BBC gets to ask questions about the economy.

    d’oh! and there I was thinking that Brown would get questioned on the economy, silly me.

    instead questions on the economy will be banned on the itv/sky debates, and the BBC economy debate won’t allow any questions from the audience other than “gordon, you’re an economic genius, what made you such a guru, you wonderful lovely man?”

    fucking stitch-up

    wankers.

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    • 82
      Gordon ( SoldGoldAtThe ) BottomBrown says:

      We will be WRITING the questions on the economy and handing them to the BBC about ten minutes before the programme starts.

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      • 83
        Peter Mandevilson says:

        We’re also hoping to get someone as tenacious as Fiona Phillips to ask them.

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        • 113
          Stitch Up Special says:

          Camerons a mug for going along with that, oh wait, he is a full time mug anyway.

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    • 84
      Mr Plum says:

      Not really looking forward to the stitch up opinions polls after the debates showing Brown surging ahead.

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    • 87
      .243 Win says:

      Re-posted from earlier piece but…..

      Audiences selected by ICM no less.

      That’ll be ICM – the people whose group Clients include the COI, DVLA, HMRC, DoH and a shedload of public-sector agencies and quangos.

      Wonder if there’ll be a strange level of consistency or repeating astroturf themes from the audience questions…

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      • 478
        Bertha Rochester says:

        Better stil get a load of Geordies
        70% of those employed work in public sector

        mind you that’ll be about 14 then

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    • 103
      Anonymous says:

      oh poo.

      I was looking forward to those debates, but the various stitch-ups has made it a situation whereby my tv would be in danger of having the shit kicked out of it if I watch now.

      so brown doesn’t get to answer any real questions on the economy or get held to account by anybody for his scorched-earth policy.

      That’s ruined my fucking day.

      bastards.

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    • 105
      in memory of gordon says:

      surprise surprise the glorious leader slips through again must be nice controlling the media,if he could just control the economy oh dear

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    • 159
      QWERTY says:

      The audience is supposed to be quiet, but we know that the BBC will pack it full of Nu Lab stooges.

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    • 203
      Anonymous says:

      The audience will be hand-picked by Brown himself, as will the questions.
      The question-master on the BBC will be Dimbleby (but he’ll be getting instructed via an ear-piece by Ed Balls from the gallery).
      Applause for the tories will be cut out, but applause for labour won’t.
      Boos for labour will be cut out, but not for the tories.
      Questions will be along the lines of:
      “Gordon, oh how we love you, let us count the ways, or perhaps you can help us count how many ways we all love you?”
      “Cameron, why do you eat newborn babies for breakfast?”

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  38. 77
    Gordon ( SoldGoldAtThe ) BottomBrown says:

    What the fuck’s going on ??? Gold hits a another all-time high against the euro ?

    Now, what did Ed and I buy when we sold 400 metric tons of the Nation’s bullion Reserves ????

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    • 212

      Buy gold and land

      they aren’t making any more of either

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      • 474
        Max says:

        Apart from land. Don’t buy land unless it is cheap and someone wants to rent it from you at a yield of 10% or so. They make it fairly readily in Holland and Dubai. There is tons of the stuff in places like Canada and the US.

        I am more cool with gold but suggest diversifying into other natural resources.

        Am I billing again for this one OH?

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  39. 85
    Peter Mandybum says:

    Oh Miranda

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  40. 86
    Martin Day's Gay Chatroom says:

    His biggest boob was Iraq.

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  41. 88
    Max says:

    Guido, the 90 day rule relates to residence, not domicility. Generally one can “choose” one’s residency status but not one’s domicile (albeit you can try and make a case for the latter but HMRC are not bound to accept it). Re the former, as long as you comply with the rules the HMRC cannot refuse your residency status.

    It would not surprise me at all if Tone was currently non-resident for tax purposes. It would surprise me greatly if he had managed to wangle non-dom status albeit this may indeed be possible via his Irish ancestry.

    My main point though is the two are separate. If he has wangled non-res and non-dom (and we already know there are other entities, and presumably trusts, involved in terms of his financial structuring) then he may legitimately be paying less tax than “even Lord Ashcroft”!

    My fee invoice will follow in the post.

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    • 213

      He would have to have been been born outside the UK to claim non dom. I’m trying to get it at the moment.

      I’ll send my invoice to where?

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      • 221
        Max says:

        Mmmm…not necessarily. Depends upon the concept of “homeland”. Our Tone could well make a case for being one of the Oirish and the family fetching up in Scotland of late by accident. Mother’s side appear to be Irish domiciled certainly albeit father was adopted and of apparently English roots.

        I’m not saying it would be easy but the talk of Irish passports makes me suspicious. I’ve said in another post that it would need a helping hand from HMRC. This could be a bigger story than Guido realises…

        PS For that reason I’m happy to go Pro Bono on this one!

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        • 332
          Call me Infidel says:

          Surely it would be cheaper to buy a Dominican Republic passport or some other tin pot nationality?

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          • Max says:

            Non residence is fairly easy and takes care of the big immediate tax bills. The best resources are closer than DR, try the IOM for example; maybe 14% income tax and no capital taxes eg CGT. I say maybe because if you are a big enough beast you can negotiate your bill; bulk discount so to speak and what is wrong with that?

            Domicility is more complex and deals with other facets of taxation eg IHT and the liability to income tax on non-UK earnings. Dom or non-dom was previously driven by IHT considerations, since McDoom started taxing the life out of people on worldwide income though non-dom status is the ideal shelter.

            I repeat thought (as per my other posts today) that your “res” is your choice, your “dom” is NOT your choice. The only thing in your control dom-wise is giving up the status.

            Ashcroft is being blasted for not giving up his legal status. Unlike others eg maybe Tone who (a) have sought non-res status or (b) even sought to persuade HMRC re dom status. The latter is extremely difficult, only achievable in iffy circumstances with a “helpful” HMRC.

            Liebore are on comfy ground because their great unwashed clientele, as can be observed on here, do not know the difference between res and dom, neither avoidance versus evasion.

            Lucky for them I am not Ashcroft or 9am Wednesday they, including the frankly a bit too brave Mandleson, would be arriving to writs on their desk.

            Sorry to be cross; cannot stand cr@p slimy Liebore spin.

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        • 586
          Ken Lorp says:

          TaT, if Guido is a fifth columnist, who are the other four?

          Are there more than 5 columnists? If so, how many are there?

          What exactly is a columnist? Is it someone who writes opinion pieces for Pravda?

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  42. 91
    Dr Andy Burnham says:

    On behalf of the party i would like to invite Martin for some medical treatment in The Mid Staffs trust.X Andy

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  43. 91
    Anon says:

    Blair and Bush met in Nigeria last week for dinner with the Nigerian Pres. My N*gger cousin told me they where rioting in the streets about it.

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    • 99
      Sir William Waad says:

      I wish the good people of New Guinea would invite Blair to dinner.

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      • 142
        Pete says:

        Shouldn’t that be *for* dinner?

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      • 147
        EC1 PhD says:

        And give the ol’ cooking pot a good buffing up before the cheesy lying bastard gets in with the onions, mushrooms, celery and a generous handful of chillies to make him weep while he simmers.

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  44. 94
    this is where he came from before Sierra Leone says:

    Police detain a Nigerian civil rights leader protesting
    By Jon Gambrell, AP
    February 21st, 2010

    Nigerian civil rights leader detained

    ABUJA, Nigeria — Police have detained a Nigerian rights leader who started a small protest near the hotel in Abuja where former British Prime Minister Tony Blair is staying.

    Police officer Wilson Inalegwu said Sunday that Shehu Sani, president of the Civil Rights Congress in Nigeria, was detained because he was too close to the road that Blair would travel on.

    Blair will meet with former U.S. President George W. Bush, Nigeria’s acting President Goodluck Jonathan and former U.S. Secretary of State Condoleeza Rice late Sunday in Abuja at an awards banquet.

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  45. 95
    ISAMA BIN LIDON says:

    Who wants the free loading war criminal here anyway ?
    i really want him to do the job he is being payed to do
    middle east peace envoy
    which for my money means
    spending as much time as possable in said middle east
    giving the natives many more opportunities to blow the fucker up !

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  46. 97
    Sir William Waad says:

    Rather than watch the party leaders, I shall watch a DVD on the social life of a hyena pack.

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      EC1 PhD says:

      Not hyenas but meercats: ever sniffing the political air to see what’s about and running for cover when danger looms. Hyenas sometimes show courage, meercats sell car insurance.

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  47. 101
    Bodyform says:

    When is Tones period due? This will explain his bloody war.

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  48. 104
    oldasiahand says:

    He non-resident not non-dom. Same effect tax wise but a non dom can live here and not pay tax on unremitted earnings. Bliar can never qualify as a nondom so if he wants to avoid taxes he must live somewhere else. good riddance and let’s hope some magistrate somewhere gives him the Pinochet treatment as a war criminal.

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    • 119
      Max says:

      More complex than that. See my other post; it is not all about one tax, there are lots of different taxes and they apply on different bits of one’s situation.

      I agree he is likely non-res currently. I can also see an argument for non-dom if you look at the family history. Would need a helping hand through HMRC though. Er…

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      • 146
        Pete says:

        One indication of non-domicility is that you have purchased a grave in another country – could we all club together and buy him one (just before helping him into it)?

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        • 296
          Jethro says:

          Robert Maxwell got one on The Mount of Olives… but would that be sufficiently select for Our Tone?
          Honestly! Where’s a Joseph of Arimathea when you need one?

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  49. 107
    in memory of gordon says:

    mandlebum mandlebum oh were oh were has the money gone

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    • 143
      Zubin Mehta says:

      You can set that to music!

      Oh Mandlebum Oh Mandlebum

      I think you may be on to something

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      • 186
        Luciano Pavorotti says:

        hello Zubin
        remeber me
        I was one of the three tenors
        now I’m not worth a tenner

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        • 196
          Zubin Mehta says:

          My great friend! are you back from the dead?

          Tony is already selling black market tickets to the Musikverein New Years Concert, visit:

          tonybliar.guv.uk

          To get them while they are cheap, ps. his web server is Gibraltar based so all profits remain firmly his.

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        • 458
          Tennerpants says:

          Yes but you had much better tits.

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  50. 110
    Tax Doesn't Have To Be Taxing says:

    You proles just don’t get it do you.

    With this little beauty I am what is known as a tax tourist, I am not dom’d anywhere and don’t pay tax anywhere, get used to it!

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  51. 112
    Liz says:

    The only sighting of him outside Chilcot that I can remember in the last six months or so was Matthew Parris’s rather embarrassing encounter at Westminster Cathedral, where he was covering the weirdness of pilgrims venerating the bones of a long-dead teenager only to spot a shuffling TB in the queue for veneration (see here).

    Perhaps he’s spending the rest of his year somewhere more Catholic.

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  52. 115
    50 Calibre says:

    He’s really been to Kuala Lumpur for the operation, nod nod, wink wink…

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  53. 118
    Sierra Leone Journalists asking questions about our Tone says:

    http://www.news.sl/drwebsite/publish/article_200514668.shtml

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  54. 121
    in memory of gordon says:

    he was last seen looking at his reflection

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  55. 124
    Mr Plum says:

    PMQ’s might be interesting tomorrow, sick-note Brown not there again but i guess Harman will be up late rehearsing her little digs about Ashcroft hope Hague does his homework on Labs non doms.

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    • 339
      Steve Expat says:

      Hattie’s usually pretty crap at PMQs, let’s hope Hague can rip her a new arsehole as usual.

      A well researched reserve question on non-doms would be good to keep in the bank in case Hattie comes up with an Ashcroft line, but if I were Billy I’d go big time on the economy – look at what’s happened to the pound in the last 48 hours, as the polls lean towards anything other than a Tory majority…

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      • 388
        North, but not Scotland says:

        weak currency=weak economy=weak Government.
        As with any part of this wretched Government, use their own bs against them. There is plenty to choose from.

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    • 459
      Susie says:

      Hague should come out with something like. “So it’s a case of robbing HMRC so Lord Paul can pay Lord Peter’s campaign funds…” or sommat, that’ll get her.

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  56. 125
    Down with Brown! says:

    Tony Blair = a non-dom and a twat.

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    • 131
      50 Calibre says:

      and a war criminal too

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      • 605
        Biffo says:

        Get those man boobs! Is he just overweight from all his ‘fat cat’ jobs or is he reverting to type & will want to be known as either Antonia or Miranda in future?

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  57. 126
    Down with Brown! says:

    Gordon’s on the radio saying that he is relishing the opportunity to masturbate, sorry to debate.

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  58. 128
    Radovan Karadic says:

    Perhaps he’s gone to seemy pal Ratko Mladic to learn how to stay ahead of that lot in The Hague who seem to have it in for war criminals.

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  59. 130
    Gordon Arse says:

    I bet Mandelpeed has sucked those tits while jerking off to pics of dead babies (killed by jew).

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  60. 135
    mloh says:

    Wont want to waste some of his 90 days knocking on doors for Gorgon

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  61. 136
    On Ilkla Moor Baht 'at says:

    As an ex-working man, I am very sad that NuLiebor has reduced me to not only being hatless, workless and potless but has deprived me of all dignity.

    Just to see that man posing in the sunshine just makes me want to vomit.

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    • 155
      in memory of gordon says:

      vote labour watch manufacturing industry evaporate and construction hijacked by eastern europe and all english doctors dissapear then we can celebrate in style on our dole money

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  62. 137
    Anonymous says:

    Looks as if B’Liar needs a bra on that little girls wear

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  63. 144
    The Beast of Clerkenwell says:

    Gordon’s erection campaign poster

    Hello boys , pleased to see me?

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  64. 148
    Wonderbra Inc says:

    Mr Fawkes
    We reserve the right to publish photos of large wobbly breasts

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  65. 149
    Down with Brown! says:

    Elected MEP Farage has been fine 3000 Euros for saying unelected van Rompuy has “the charisma of a damp rag”. So much for democracy in the European Union.

    How long until MPs get fined for criticising “our Great and Glorious Leader” in Westminster?

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    • 164
      streamfisher says:

      3,000 Euros, Ha Ha Ha, the price of a lunch on expenses in a passable Brussels restaurant.

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      • 190
        anonymous says:

        you mean we will pay the fine for him?
        fuck that – even though he was good – hells bells

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    • 170
      Engineer says:

      Until recently, they didn’t bother with fines. Anybody deviating from the script treated to a dose of McPoison, a chat with Charlie Whelan, or made to sit next to Ed Balls.

      It’s pretty much open season on the Prime Mentalist now, but the minions are so well conditioned (or beaten into submission) that most of them still keep quiet most of the time. Craven cowards.

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    • 263
      Unsworth says:

      He should refuse to pay. What will they do? Bang him up?

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  66. 151
    zzzzzzzzzzz says:

    Boring

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  67. 157
    Tapestry says:

    Blair uses a device called a financial partnership which was legislated while he was PM which enables a British resident to avoid paying any British tax. He named his financial ‘vehicle’ Windrush. Some say this is after the foreman in the film ‘I’m Alright Jack’…The Working Class Can Kiss My Arse, I’ve got the forman’s job at last. etc

    More information on where Blair passes his time, and gets his money
    HERE.

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    • 171
      streamfisher says:

      MV Empire Windrush but going the other way accompanied by a boat load of loot.

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    • 209
      On Ilkla Moor Baht 'at says:

      So thats where me ‘ats gone! The bastard!

      From your link:

      “The link of Blair to the Indian Company Tata, who bought Corus (formerly British Steel) and recently closed The Redcar Steelworks to win US$1 billion in carbon credits, only to open a similar plant in India, is well known. And the link from there to the global climate talks through Pachauri, a Tata director spouting bogus science, is being followed by Lord Monckton. (Click Pachauri for Telegraph article on Pachauri’s involvement with the cap-and-trade worldwide carbon industry)”

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  68. 160
    Mandelson's estate agent says:

    I still want to know where Gordon lives. Kirkaldy is his second home. He sold the ex-Maxwell flat to his beard. We pay for Downing St and Chequers. So where does he pay for?

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  69. 161
    mandys special pants says:

    we all know where he gets his money, off poor people he’s a socialist

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  70. 167
    The Ghost of Westminster says:

    How do I send something to Guido?

    The curse of Jonah has struck in a ultra marginal which he may like

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  71. 168
    lol says:

    you seek him here
    you seek him there
    tony bliar’s everyfuckinwhere

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  72. 169
    Spruce Goose says:

    Here’s a great picture of some half decent tits to take your mind of that scum Bliar and his moobs for a moment!

    Oh, if you insist, step away from the ferns

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  73. 177
    Anonymous says:

    enjoy

    Bliar the Liar, should be strung up

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  74. 178
    Engineer says:

    Quite a few people wish that Miranda would “go offshore” in the Maxwell sense.

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  75. 183
    streamfisher says:

    Tony demonstrates that yes, everything has finally gone tits up!

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  76. 193
    violet says:

    Can’t be spending that much time with Little Leo, can he? Suppose he makes up for it with Ms Turner.

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  77. 194
    Another failed troll says:

    BOO HOO LORD CASHCROFT HASN’T RESIGNED

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  78. 198
    Mitch says:

    Wonder if his tonyness still leaves a pram outside to wind the maximum imbecile up?

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  79. 199
    John Terry I am snide and I was stuffed by Man City says:

    Wonderbra might help or better still leave them as they are – he always was a great tit.

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  80. 207
    I hate New Labour says:

    Good.

    The less time he spends here the better.

    Now if only he could suffer a long, painful death things would be peachy.

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  81. 209
    Anonymous says:

    anyone just seen that twat huhne on channel 4 news….. he has called for a complete investigation into ashcrofts affairs and has asked HMRC to investigate…… didn’t he try to ponce a trouser press from the taxpayer and god knows what else………!! what a jealous tosser……!!

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    • 224
      hang um high says:

      why are the Tories big boys not out doing what Labour do just get out there and bat for the team.ffs

      That’s right join the queue behind these 50 labour MPs,remember goverment first
      to reply thats the rule here on Labours left and right arm the BBC and SKY

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  82. 211
    Mike Law says:

    Back in 1996 I predicted to Jim Fitzpatrick that Blair would move the states once he’d overstayed his welcome at No 10…

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    • 217
      nell says:

      Do you think gordon could be persuaded to follow him?

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    • 233
      Ch4rl3s H4rdwidg3 says:

      Not such a bad thing really, there’s more chance of someone shooting the bastard, someone like an Iraqi whos family was wiped out by this lying war criminal.

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      • 326
        nell says:

        The only trouble is with that possibility, as I understand it, is that he made the British Government grant him £250K+ a year in perpetuity ( plus inbuilt increases for inflation etc) for bodyguards when he left drowning street, no matter where he was in the world.

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  83. 218
    Another failed troll says:

    Gordon has swore at me today

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    • 330
      nell says:

      The only consolation for you is that you’ll not be the only one!

      The downside of your situation is, if you were hoping to get support from the National Bullying Helpline for your distressing situation, mandy/whelan/and balls have actually bullied the Helpline into silence!!!

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  84. 223
    Ampers says:

    Christ, He has bigger tits than Cherie!!!

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  85. 225
    Gaspodieen Doomat says:

    Ok. OT but:
    Just been to the Astronomy Picture of the Day Archive (NASA)

    I like my space pictures. The video, ‘The Known Universe’ 20 JAN 2010, is very good.

    However, I then went to, 28 FEB 2010 ‘Pauli Exclution Principle: why you don’t implode’ site.

    Informative.

    Then I clicked on : ‘Pauli exclusion principle’ Bottom of the text……..

    What?….. “as a simple example”…… Your taking the fuc/ing piss.

    How much are these people costing us ? Fuc/ing Billions.

    I use to go to a church. Once a week. For two pounds I was given insight into the whole of the universe, from start to finish, with an explanation of my placed in it.

    Two fuc/ing pounds, for the totality of universal knowledge.

    Today we have to pay these, snake oil merchants billions for what ?

    At least religion gave us answers and solutions, all these bastards do is bullshit us with made up crap ever a futures broker wouldn’t try on us.

    Back to Religon. Cheaper and you get holidays and free wine.

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  86. 227
    Twat Twitch says:

    Charlatan, took the Zanu Voters and the rest of us Anti-Filth voters to the cleaners!!

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  87. 230
    Sarah Brown and Damien McBride are thick as thieves says:

    “In fresh claims from journalist Andrew Rawnsley’s new book, Downing Street officials were said to regard Sarah Brown, a former public relations executive, as the Prime Minister’s ‘best and chief propagandist’.

    One member of the Prime Minister’s inner circle is even said to refer to Mrs Brown as ‘Magda Goebbels’ – a reference to the wife of the infamous Nazi propaganda chief, who joined her husband in crafting strategies to sell Hitler to the German masses in the 1930s…………………..

    The book also claims Mrs Brown formed a ‘strong, and to some at No 10 surprising, alliance’, with two of the Prime Minister’s most notorious spin doctors, Damian McBride and Charlie Whelan.

    Mr McBride was nicknamed ‘Damian McPoison’ in Westminster for his devastating briefings against Mr Brown’s political enemies, including Tony Blair. He was forced to quit after it emerged he had plotted to spread untrue smears about senior Tories.

    But before the scandal, Mrs Brown is said to have been so impressed with his work that as a ‘reward’ she invited him to throw a private lunch at the Prime Minister’s country retreat Chequers, which he did……….”

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1254764/How-Mrs-Brown-PMs-No1-spin-doctor-Downing-Street-aide-dubbed-Mrs-Goebbels-claims-controversial-book.html#ixzz0h3BT069x

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  88. 238
    sam says:

    The lefties at Channel 4 in league with Mandelson and Chris Hoon have just come up with a right load of old bollocks about Ashcroft on the 7 o’clock news.

    These pricks really are getting desperate. The only stuff they seem to have to chuck at the Tories is this hypocritical nonsense about Ashcrofts tax status.

    Flogging a dead horse comes to mind. It won’t be long before all this crap rebounds on them.

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    • 248
      Bush was a mentalist warcriminal and so is Blair says:

      Ashcroft is a wonderful lovely man and anyone who says otherwise is a rotter
      or even a cun_t

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      • 253
        LMAO says:

        8.00pm

        That’s right Labour troll. When you’ve lost the argument put up a straw-man.

        Now fuck off back to the bunker and come up with something that makes you lok less of a tit.

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        • 269
          nell says:

          Well they could try some real policy couldn’t they instead of spin and smear.

          Oh! Wait a minute they haven’t got any yet – they’re still trying to work out how to explain to the electorate why they need more time .

          ’13 years of labour and Britain’s in a mess – give labour five more years and we’ll get things right.’ Doesn’t quite work as an election slogan does it?

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          • JKD says:

            The only thing a sociopathic freak like Brown understands is to attack and smear the opposition to try to keep himself in power.

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          • Mr Ned says:

            Well, that was the reason that Brown chickened out of calling an election over two years ago. They had arranged everything for the election EXCEPT the manifesto. He then claimed it was so he could have time to get across his vision of Britain and start to implement his policies. He had absolutely NO electoral or democratic mandate whatsoever to change from the 1995 election manifesto, but he said he would do so. Remember all his froth about a new bill of rights? welll here we are almost two and a half years later and Brown STILL doesn’t have any new policies (in fact Douglass Alexander was asking for ideas for the manifesto on Twitter only last week for fuck sake!) In two and a half years they have managed to recycle a slogan from 2003 that they have still failed to implement (Future fair for all) Yeah, doubling the income tax on the poorest workers, while bailing out billionaires is real fairness for all init?

            They are fucking clueless.

            FUck labour the poor hating bastard cock sucking fucking fuckwitted evil bastarding bastards. They all deserve to burn in hell forever.

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      • 264
        Ted Bundy says:

        The problem for the Conservatives is that the Ashcroft question should have been sorted out and put to bed 5 years ago. They have left it all woefully late to the eve of a General election before finally sorting it out thus gifting Labour a very easy goal. Yes Labour is guilty of appalling double standards and hypocrisy but Cameron should have closed this avenue of attack long ago instead of being made to look evasive and sleazy. Cameron looks very reminiscent of Tony Blair after the Bernie Ecclestone debacle.

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        • 274
          nell says:

          You are absolutely right about that!

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          • nell says:

            Having said that – the labour attack dogs have savaged this issue too early in the election campaign if they wanted it to be an election issue.

            It is already dying a death in the media unlike gordon’s problems with his uncontrollable aggression and the bullying claims.

            The ashcroft issue has become more boring than watching paint dry tonight and labour has clearly overplayed their hand on it.

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          • Anonymous says:

            “It is already dying a death in the media unlike gordon’s problems with his uncontrollable aggression and the bullying claims.”

            Desperate trolling of the year award goes to nell.

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          • Ted Bundy says:

            Nell you may be right, it may well die as an issue for the Conservatives but could come back to bite Labour on the arse as they have many similar skeletons in their cupboard.

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          • Gordon Brown stole my pension says:

            Nell, I think you’re right – only the Guardian website is still leading with this story, right next to article headed “Lily Allen – why we should save BBC Radio 6″.

            O/T, but, Lily Allen, if you’re reading this: what do you mean we? Unless you mean me and you should have wild sex and then the next day try and save Radio 6, you can fuck off. You want to save it? Fucking stump up the cash and save it yourself. I bet you could think of a few cost savings if the dosh was coming out of your fucking bank account.

            I’d never heard of Radio 6 before Friday last week, let alone listened to it. Frankly, even Radio 3 is getting too chavvy for my tastes. All that fucking bongo music they play because some BBC fuckwit decided R3 was “too white”. Fuck you, BBC.

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          • LOL says:

            The only frantic trolling is coming from desperate Labour turds, particularly Mandelson who is all over the telly and the radio this week coming out with this boring nonsense about Ashcroft.

            Never mind though. Keep it up mandy . It just makes you look more of a slimy hypocrite than you already are.

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          • sockpuppet #4 says:

            Its also a side show. radio6 costs bugger all compared to BBC1

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          • Mr Ned says:

            I agree with the comments above about the BBC. They are getting all their lefty luvvies squeeling like stuck pigs over how to spend billions of other people’s money. There is also a sinister under-current of pre-emptive cutting and cutting is bad and the tories want to cut…

            Fuckem. The Asians have shit loads of other existing media to tune into which caters to their needs, and we do not need radio six just to listen to music. Anyone would think it was the only radio station offering music and that it was an established British Institution or something.

            Personally I would rather they cut these and a lot of other stuff and reduce the licence fee, or better still, offer their content pay-per-view.

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          GMTV attention span says:

          It’s all very well the political experts here dissecting the truth but how is it viewed by the general public who only see the headline news as they tuck into their dinner.
          Perception is everything, and it reinforces the belief that the Tories are the party of the rich.

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          • JK says:

            The public couldn’t give a flying fuck about Ashcroft and the more Mandelson keeps flogging this the more he looks like a complete fucking hypocrite.

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          • GMTV attention span says:

            Your frantic trolling only goes to prove how much it’s damaged Cameron.

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          • nell says:

            GMTV – damaged cameron? No! The attention span of the masses is not centred upon politics.

            They are bored with mandy and balls on their screen trying to stick mud onto ashcroft.

            They are not yet completely bored with the hk avatar images of bullybrown hitting his staff, dragging defenceless secretaries out of their chairs or of brown screaming abuse at the bliars for ‘ deliberately’ leaving leo’s pram where gordon could see it after the tragic death of his daughter.

            What bothers me about that last incident is, if he really believed that, and out of concern for his wife who had just been through a most tragic experience of losing her daughter, why didn’t he seek to protect her and ask the blairs to not do that? I’m no fan of bliar and cherie but I can’t believe they would have done such a thing deliberately.

            As always he seems more obsessed with his own paranoid feelings than he does for sarah’s welfare.

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          • sackville says:

            It was a bit tastless of the Blairs to have Jennifer Brown RIP written on the side of the pram.

            Like

          • GMTV attention span says:

            “The attention span of the masses is not centred upon politics.”
            We agree on that.

            “They are bored with mandy and balls on their screen trying to stick mud onto ashcroft ”
            No. They see them all as corrupt politicians.

            “They are not yet completely bored with the hk avatar images of bullybrown hitting his staff, dragging defenceless secretaries out of their chairs”
            They think that is funny.

            “What bothers me…”
            Doesn’t bother them.

            Mud sticks nell, and Ashcroft is covered in it.

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      • 492
        Brown Is King Of The Tossflaps!!!! says:

        I prefer ‘tossflap’ myself.

        Like

      • 496
        Gordon Is A Totally Mental Tossflap!!!! says:

        I prefer the word ‘tossflap’ tbh.

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  89. 240
    Mitch says:

    “A weak currency arises from a weak economy which in turn is the result of a weak Government.”

    – Gordon Brown

    hahahahahahahahahahahahhahahhahahahahha!!!!!!!

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  90. 241
    VB says:

    I hear that Blair rarely leaves Bermuda these days. Remember when Cherie was allegedly spotted taking bulging suitcases over there before Tony resigned as PM?

    Like

  91. 249
    The Prime Mincer says:

    I am absolutely delighted you all appreciate my performance…sorry interview… today after my invaluable input at cabinet.

    I know something about dodging around in the dark..failing to be clear about financial arangements..obfuscating when being asked to answer a question when it relates to my own party’s donors and believe me when it comes to making it up to suit my audience I am a master.

    Don’t tell me or expect me to admit that my former prime minister Tony Blair passed the law that allows Ashcroft to help fund the Tories and our donors give us money because these rules are changing.

    Because Ashcroft wishes to give his money to the Tories and help them get elected at the forthcoming election I don’t like it, it isn’t fair and it has got to stop. I realise he doesn’t even claim expenses for his Lord’s attendance.. something I consider to be a disgusting betrayal.

    Our donors are different they just give us huge chunks of money and do normal things such as asset strip our companies or pension funds and then clear off when we get chucked out…they are not involved with us politically we are just friends who share the same values.

    So in summary I am right now always have been and always will be..you are incapable of understanding my objectives and what really drives me forward to line my own pocket because I am, like our great leader, getting on with the job of stooping as low as it gets..I’m limboing under doors at the
    moment.. weaseling my way through to the election so that when the day comes to count the postal votes we won’t need them anyway…the budget will have done all the ‘buying of the election’ we’ll need.

    Remember on May 6th..Vote Labour…a fairer double talking slimey two faced shafting for all.

    Bye plebs.

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  92. 255
    Freedomlover says:

    Free Nick Hogan!

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  93. 258
    nell says:

    http://news.sky.com/skynews/Home/Politics/Leaders-Debates-Terms-Agreed-For-Debates-Between-Party-Leaders-Viewers-Can-Submit-Questions/Article/201003115565291?lpos=Politics_Top_Stories_Header_0&lid=ARTICLE_15565291_Leaders_Debates%3A_Terms_Agreed_For_Debates_Between_Party_Leaders%2C_Viewers_Can_Submit_Questions

    Well our tone will soon be coming back to Britain to help gordon campaign for the next election.

    And it’s coming closer. The broadcasters, today, have announced agreement on those three 90min Leader debates so everything should hot up quite nicely now. One will be chaired by Adam Boulton and one by David Dimbleby.

    All cleggy and dave have got to do is make gordon lose his temper and throw his nokia and the game will be over.

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  94. 262
    Peter Mandevilson says:

    How do you like our propaganda campaign ?? If anything at all goes wrong, we blame the Tories !

    When the pound goes down, we blame the Tories for talking down the economy.
    When bad economic figures come out, we blame the Tories for talking down the Country.
    When ( fiddled ) crime figures come out, we blame the Tories for talking down the hard-working police.
    When unemployment rises, we blame the Tories for talking down the recovery.

    Brilliant !

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  95. 267
    Dr John Reid attack Dog says:

    Glasgow Celtic are pulling all the excuses of the Day up here to deflect the fact that Rangers are leaving them for dust in the title race. Blaming Referees, claiming victimisation etc etc etc. One could be forgiven for thinking a Politician was pulling the strings withing Celtic Park. One could be forgiven for Confusing the smearing tactics currently being employed by this football club with those regularly employed by the Labour high command, one could be forgiven for suspecting a Labour Politicians hand in all this. could one not.

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  96. 268
    Brown Nappy Man says:

    Interesting
    Why?

    Question
    - what can they talk about in the States that you cannot talk about in the uk?

    radio programe tomorrow about h ollie

    http://www.moneyteachers.org/Radio.htm

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  97. 270
    Dave Ker-Ching Cameron says:

    It’s my patriotic duty to sell the heart of the Conservative party to the nation.
    Lord Ashcroft has only bought the marginals.

    Like

    • 290
      nell says:

      Gordon – ‘It’s my patriotic scottish duty to make sure I stay in power to completely trash the English economy – the job is a long way from finished !”

      Like

    • 295
      Engineer says:

      It makes a bit of a change from Labour trying to stitch up elections with dodgy boundary changes and postal votes.

      Like

    • 484
      Sir Stuart Bell-End MP says:

      You’ve stolen my catchphrase.

      Bastard.

      Like

  98. 271
    S.B.S. says:

    I want blair dead.
    along with millions of others, and bitch wife dead also.

    Like

    • 278
      Jesus (not the jew bastard) says:

      Yes – with their evil guts hanging. I want them to suffer before the go to Hell.

      Like

    • 593
      evil son of the manse says:

      I would like to offer my services to ‘purify’ their soles before they’re dispatched.

      Like

  99. 276
    Pennyless Paddy says:

    Bermuda. They are British, they won’t want these Paddies fucking up their social life. I’m a Paddy, but even I know there are Paddies and Paddies.
    Those who are easy going and get on with people and the ‘I have a Paddy (Irish) passport’ Bogside type.

    No insult intended to the people of the Bogside.

    It’s the mindless anti-British hate that I am trying to explain.

    The plastic Paddy, “I know your hurt”, public school shite, that the Blairs are.

    Someone from the Bogside may have the right to feel that hate.

    Some public school prick who learned his Irish history from some hate filled Marxist …………., I leave that word out, has not.

    ‘The end of the nation state’ Explain that to the boys from the old brigade, you marxist monkeys, see what they think.

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    • 286
      LOL says:

      Another post from Damien McBride posing as a nutter.

      Like

      • 306
        The Green, The White, The Gold says:

        Fuck you he is right, the marxists or english will never take our Emerald isle.

        Like

        • 313
          B says:

          I hear the Emerald Isle is rapidly becoming islamified these days.

          There are mosques all over the place including three in Limerick.

          Like

          • Jethro says:

            Built of Marble, not concrete, or brick,
            The three Muezzins of Limerick
            Loom over the town-
            Do not dare to frown!
            Enjoy Umma! Are you Paddies thick?

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          • Seamus Heaney says:

            Paddy and Wilie and Mick,
            Were living in Muslimerick,
            When Paddy said, “Sure,
            It’s Guiness no more,
            Or the Imam our backsides will kick.”

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        • 322
          Political Historian says:

          Didn’t the Irish just vote to give the Emerald Isle to that well-known Marxist construct, the EUSSR?

          Like

          • The Green, The White, The Gold says:

            We will bomb those muslim bastards back to the stone age and the EU too if they think they are hard enough

            Like

          • Political Historian says:

            You didn’t need to bomb them. All you had to do was vote ‘no’.

            Like

      • 325
        Lil Olmey says:

        No posing required.

        Like

  100. 279
    The Deperation of The Labour party says:

    I awoke this morning to watch the rancid sick hypocricy of Toilets McGuire in full flow like some demented mad shill woman on GMTV this morning. Fortunately I still had to have my first dump of the day so I retreated to the bathroom and had one on him !

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  101. 294
    House of Bliar says:

    Why don’t we all go round to his country house he bought from the late John Gielgud and smash it up,brick by brick?

    Buckinghamshire?

    Like

  102. 303
    Tony B Liare's Moobs says:

    Too many late night curries while working on the Dodgy Dossier.

    Like

    • 309
      nell says:

      No! That was Alastair Campbell!! our tone just rubber stamped whatever he wrote!

      Like

      • 347
        Nick Clegg says:

        Ignore the corrupt parties who are in hock to their respective paymasters.
        Lord Ashcroft for the Conservatives and the unions for Labour.
        In a hung parliament only the Liberal Democrats have a voice.

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        • 361
          Political Historian says:

          Lib Dem leadership election – donors – ah, yes – Michael Brown the non-dom helped fund a Mr Clegg, didn’t he?

          Like

          • Anonymous says:

            That’s what you call a bargain. Why bankroll all those Tories like that mug Ashcroft when for a smaller outlay you can call the shots with a Mickey Mouse party.

            Like

  103. 304
    nell says:

    The Prime Ministerial Debates are coming and the audience is going to be allowed to ask questions.

    Question to gordon ” You’ve had 13 years in government and your economic policies have left us £1trillion in debt , facing mass unemployment, a deep recession and sharply rising inflation. Why should we give you another five years?”

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    • 310
      Gordon Brown says:

      Because it all started in America and it wasn’t my fault.

      Like

    • 317
      Meeki Zuluhulu says:

      Dear Gordon

      I am a fat black ‘lesbian for asylum purposes’ fresh off the banana boat, thank you kindly for giving me a free house, a couple of grand in benefits and a job as a diversity officer in the local council.

      My question is;

      I am scared that the evil baby eating tories who although, I have never heard off before until given a sheet of paper to read about them, before asking this question will fire me from my job, take my house away and stamp on my head while shouting heil hitler and let Nick Griffin and his nazis gang rape me and kick me out of the country.

      Thank you Mr Gordon

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    • 385
      Look we're trying to win an election so promise/say anything that gullible voters will believe says:

      I think you’ve misunderstood the format. The audience HAVE to submit questions beforehand to the moderator who selects the ones to be asked(similar to QT).The audience will NOT be allowed to question the participants or heckle them.

      You don’t think any of the 3 leaders would have agreed to the debates unless there were stringennt guidelines/cnditions did you.It’s all hype>None of us will be any the wiser at the end of it

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  104. 307
    Bullingdon Dave and his Bullying Right Hand Man says:

    What Tory trolls and voters don’t know is that when we win, we’ll use our majority to introduce AV which will guarantee either a permanent Labour government or, at the very worst, the occasional Lib-Lab coalition. The Tories will NEVER get back in! Ha ha! You’re fucked! Brown’s here for the next decade!

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  105. 311
    Gorgon Brown says:

    I like men with moobs. But not Tony. He kept me from being PM for too long.

    Like

    • 427
      nell says:

      Looking at your rather pitiful performance , alienating the staff at no.10 , destroying the economy, making merkel sarkozy and obama avoid you like the plague because of your extreme behaviour, I suspect bliar was happy hand over his great office and watch you fail at it!!

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  106. 315
    Gormless Gordon Is Gutless says:

    So will Gutless Gordon call the election this week? The polls will never look any better for him than they do now. As usual, the Hunt will bottle it and end up getting shafted in May.

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    • 357
      John Bull Printing Outfit says:

      Nope.He’s missed the window of opportunity for this week with him due to appear at Chilcot this Friday.To call an election this week would open him to accusations of cowardice and THAT would never do would it??

      Darling is also due to deliver his budget in March too and with the recent plumelling of sterling any attempt by Brown to call an election and thereby avoid having to hold the budget would be disastrous for sterling as the markets would rightly interpret this as a sign that Brown is playing politics above the national interest so bearing all that in mind……….

      It looks increasingly like May 6

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  107. 321
    Tony B Liar says:

    Hi guys. I’m not a non-dom. I’m still a UK resident for the purposes of getting round the clock police security at taxpayer expense.

    Yes, being Prime Minister has done wonders for my career and bank balance! I’m now filthy rich and get to fly around the world, stay in nice 5 star hotels, have dinners at expensive restaurants, buy Cherie a new pair of shoes every week, get paid lots to give speeches, and it’s all thanks to you, the British voters, and a few hundred thousand dead Iraqis. Well, OK, a million dead Iraqis, but don’t tell anyone I said that.

    And best of all, Jesus loves me. Or as I like to call him, George.

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  108. 323
    Lord Cashcroft says:

    I believe in free and fair elections. I wouldn’t pay for anything less.

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  109. 331
    Down with Brown! says:

    Is this how Labour hope to rig the election?

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/politics/2010/mar/02/electoral-register-voting-vote

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  110. 338
    Damning... says:

    Some 15% of registration officers are also falling short of a measure of integrity, which suggests they are failing to keep accurate documentary evidence of people on the electoral register.

    Like

  111. 345
    ISAMA BIN LIDON says:

    Breaking news : Jon venables murderer of jamie bolger back in prison for breech of his licence

    Like

  112. 363
    super gordons free trousers says:

    is it innit or innit issit

    Like

  113. 371
    JK says:

    Things must be getting desperate. The Bank of England said it plans to sell three-year bonds in dollars to finance its foreign-exchange reserves

    http://www.housepricecrash.co.uk/forum/index.php?showtopic=137932

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  114. 374
    APL says:

    Guido: “when was the last time anyone saw Blair in London?”

    Couldn’t we have saved ourselves an awful lot of money, angst and British soldiers if we had just bunged the man £10,000,000 on May 1 1997 to go away?

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  115. 375
    Labour Postal Worker says:

    So i have to copy the names and addresses out of the phone book and put them on the forms?

    Ok.

    Job will be done by April.

    Like

  116. 377
    Down with Brown! says:

    Shame on Blunkett for ever releasing the vile criminal. Nu Labour soft on crime, softer on convicted criminals.

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/merseyside/8546528.stm

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    • 390
      ISAMA BIN LIDON says:

      And We will never know why he has been sent back
      labours secret britain

      Like

      • 401
        Down with Brown! says:

        They only got seven years for kidnapping, torturing and then murdering a two year old boy. That is how little value NuLabour place on a child’s life.

        Like

  117. 378
    Barnabas Scudamore says:

    Tony Blair, when he goes from this world, he’s going to be in the shit.

    His expensive suits, his contacts, his money, his hot wife,his houses – there are no pockets in shrouds Mr Blair and NONE of the materialistic crap you have killed thousands of people for, is going to save your soul.

    You could try praying (indeed, you did turn catholic didn’t you?),then again, you’re in good company there, as most of their “priests” seem to be…………..

    I wouldn’t like to be lying on the slab with the amount of negativity that you’ve accumulated tony.

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    • 391
      ISAMA BIN LIDON says:

      Where on earth did you get “His Hot Wife” from ?
      Only you and David Blunket think she’s hot and he’s never seen her !
      She is Slot Gob end of !

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    • 393
      Mr Karma says:

      Yah Tone has a few negativety issues Viz a viz war and stuff but thats all behind him now and there is more rejoicing in heaven over one repenting sinner yaba yaba. I mean where do you think the mans been the past three years didn’t you see the sign on the confession box its been permantently engaged. Tone’s had a lot of catching up to do in that dept. Anyway Peace and Love

      PS Cash only next time you cant be too careful besides im half Italian!

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    • 395
      Laugh? I nearly cried says:

      You had me up until the ‘his hot wife’ part

      Like

  118. 380

    Enjoy it while it all lasts. Brown at Chilcot on Friday. That’s this weekend’s headlines. I can’t really see what this has achieved other than drown out Brown on Monday (maybe not a bad thing).

    Like

    • 396
      nell says:

      I wonder if they are going to ask him the one question the rest of us want to hear.

      “Why did you cut funding to the equipment for frontline troops just after we went to war leaving them under-equipped and dying for lack of protection ?”

      Like

      • 418
        Turnip Taliban says:

        Goodnight nell, and may Allah bless our troops back home in Afghanistan.

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        • 435
          nell says:

          Well aintbustinagut you might not like that question – too uncomfortable for you is it?

          But I want it asked of gordon for all the young men and women of our Armed Forces who have have died , or have been maimed, in our name in Iraq and Afghanistan!!

          Like

          • George Osborne's old E boating song says:

            We have to save money somewhere to pay for all those inheritence tax cuts for the rich.
            Support our boys in Eton.

            Like

          • Christy says:

            Nell I know this is off topic but please forgive me.
            I want this to go across the internet.
            A weak currency is a sign of a weak economy which is a sign of a weak government .
            Gordon Brown 1995 Southernsky, Isle of Skye.
            Wonder if he has changed his mind now?.

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    • 422
      David Minibanana says:

      I wish someone would drown Brown.

      Like

  119. 381
    Arthur Haynes (Comedian) says:

    Our Tone now has his own country in Rome. As a Knight of Malta he can do as he pleases in the name of God. Hail the Sovereign in Waiting.

    AH (C)

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  120. 386
    Anonymous says:

    YUCK.

    Like

  121. 387
    The PC Brigade would like to see Ian Brady, Peter Sutcliffe and Rose West freed says:

    The bleeding heart PC brigade will be up in arms over this.

    Once an evil murderer, always an evil murderer…

    One of James Bulger’s killers has been returned to prison after he breached the terms of his release.

    Jon Venables, 27, is back in jail after being released on life licence in 2001.

    In 1993 he was detained with his friend Robert Thompson for the horrific murder of the two-year-old toddler in Bootle, Liverpool.

    The Ministry of Justice said: “We can confirm that Jon Venables has been recalled to custody following a breach of licence conditions.”

    Details of the nature of the breach were not released.

    Venables solicitor, Laurence Lee, told the BBC: “He could have been recalled on licence if he committed an offence, it could be that he returned to Merseyside, it could be he might have approached the family.

    “There is no evidence so far that he did any of these things.”

    Iron bar

    Both Thompson and Venables were given new identities when they were released after serving eight years for James Bulger’s murder.

    A relative of Denise Fergus, James’ mother, said the family had no plans to comment at this time.

    On 13 February, 1993, Venables and Thompson abducted James from a shopping centre in Bootle and killed him on a railway line.

    A week-long appeal followed, with CCTV footage being released of the little boy holding the hand of one of his killers as he was led out of the Strand shopping centre.

    The toddler had been approached and befriended by the two boys while his mother, Denise, was in a shop.

    Jamie’s body was found by children playing on a freight railway line near Walton Lane police station.

    He had been beaten to death with bricks and an iron bar.

    The 10-year-old killers were arrested days later and became the youngest to be charged with murder in the 20th Century.

    Eight months later they were convicted following a 17-day trial at Preston Crown Court and ordered to be detained at at Her Majesty’s pleasure.

    Trial judge Mr Justice Morland told the pair they had committed a crime of “unparalleled evil and barbarity”.

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  122. 399
    Tony's MOOBS says:

    Beyond SUPERMAN….Beyond BATMAN…Beyond SPIDER-MAN…

    The final hero who will save the world:

    TONY B LIAR IS
    MOOB MAN

    COMING SUMMER 2010 (after he’s finished one of his well paid speeches and bought Cherie a new pair of Jimmy Choo shoes)

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    • 423
      ISAMA BIN LIDON says:

      She always wears posh shoes
      it drawers the attention away from her ugly fucking fizzog

      Like

  123. 402
    thick as thieves says:

    gideon and his bullingdon mates are outside my bedsit again. they are all wanking furiously and screaming abuse at me through the broken glass in my window. I’ve told my landlord, mr mohammed about them but he just said fuck off and fucking grow up. what does he mean?

    Like

    • 419
      Bullingdon Dave and his Bullying Right Hand Man says:

      Well fuck me sideways with Cameron’s dildo. It’s an impostor! CCHQ are doing overtime.

      Like

    • 420
      Abu Bonanza says:

      Mr Mohammad means: We doings as we like! We are the Islams and New Labour helpings us very much! And if you don’t likings it, we say “Racist!” and “Allah Akbaaaar!”

      Like

  124. 403
    Gorgon Brown's Greatest (S)Hits says:

    Like

  125. 405
    Gorgon Brown's Greatest (S)Hits says:

    Like

  126. 407
    Gorgon Brown's Greatest (S)Hits says:

    Like

  127. 408
    Gorgon Brown's Greatest (S)Hits says:

    Like

  128. 410
    Gorgon Brown's Greatest (S)Hits says:

    Like

  129. 411
    Gorgon Brown's Greatest (S)Hits says:

    Like

  130. 412
    QWERTY says:

    So how will the BBC fix their debate (trust the BBC to get the last one), I’m betting that we will notice a huge difference between the audience of the Sky/ITV presentation and the BBC, who will do what they usually do which is to fill the audience up with drug addicts, Labour activists and Somali terrorists.

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  131. 413
    Bullingdon Dave and his Bullying Right Hand Man says:

    Gordon will obliterate Cameron in the debates.

    May: Labour landslide
    By September: The AV system
    = Permanent Labour government.

    Ha ha!

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    • 456
      Bullingdon Dave and his Bullying Right Hand Man says:

      Well bugger me fudger! This impostor really is trying desperately! Doesn’t have CCHQ have better things to do, apart from prepare for Brown to destroy them? This impostor should take Cameron’s dildo and bags of charlie and pleasure himself!

      Like

    • 497
      Bullingdon Dave and his Bullying Right Hand Man says:

      Another twat acting tough behind the safety of a computer screen but a weedy little fuckwitted c’unt in real life.

      Like

  132. 415
    • 421
      Engineer says:

      Balls as Chief Weasel? That’s stoatally unacceptable.

      Like

    • 438
      grobdj says:

      During the ‘roaring twenties’ Germans ignored this vicious little man with his programme of hatred. But when the Great Depression ruined their lives, they voted for him in increasing numbers. Needing support, and thinking he could control Hitler, President Hindenburg made the mistake in January 1933 of giving Hitler the post of Chancellor.

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      • 445
        Loretto Darling says:

        Balls as Chancellor would really mean the unleashing of the Forces of Hell.
        The pound near parity with the US$, worth about .75 euros, Gilt yields would absolutely soar as overseas investors would want about 10% to hold onto 5 year UK govt debt. Mortgage rates would rocket, house prices would buckle, income tax and indirect tax rates would increase as the IMF stormed into th Treasury. The Bank of England’s printing presses would go into meltdown as the banks would have to subscribe to most of the government debt………and that’s just the good news !!!

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  133. 416
    Who's voting for the Prime Mentalist? says:

    Tik Tok…count down the days till Brown is out on his arse.

    Like

    • 430
      PICK(nose)FORDS REMOVALS says:

      Gordon has taken the precaution of booking us for the 7th May.

      Like

      • 443
        nell says:

        I don’t envy Pickford’s moving gord out of drowning street,

        They’ll have to have some sort of chemical that will dissolve superglue because gord will superglue his hands to the cabinet table and refuse to leave. Even if the vote is decisive he’ll refuse to leave and demand a recount!!

        If that fails he’ll set up a siege in no.10 throwing nokias and printers and anything else that’s portable , out of the windows at police as they try to negotiate with him through loud hailers!!!

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        • 457
          Bullingdon Dave and his Bullying Right Hand Man says:

          Rawnsley says you’re full of shit, son. That never happened. FAIL.

          Brown won’t need to ask for a recount. He’ll return with a landslide on May 7. And then we’ll introduce the AV system and fuck the Tories forever.

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  134. 424
    Sting's Beard says:

    Sorry to go down tangental boulevard but here goes. I see on the news tonight that plucky Mr Farrage is going to be Fined, Yes Fined, for adding his two penny worth in the EU Parliament the other day. Whatever happened to fundamental concepts like Free speech and Parliamentary priviledge. Surely even the most rabid europhile can see this is going down an exceedingly dangerous route.

    There is plenty more UKIP need to say over the next year in the EU Parliament which our EU dictators are not going t want to hear. As far as I am concerned HM Treasury should factor in another 20 or 30 Billion PSBR…. because our elected MEPS are going to need that kind of Wonga to say some of the things that need to be said.

    No this is Diabolical!! Nigel is my local MEP and if I remember correctly bagged around 400,000 votes in the last Euro Election. I voted for him in the full knowledge that he would speak his mind. I am pleased he has done so. On the other hand Van Rump Pumpy has not stood for election to his post and at the most gained the support of no more than 27 people (I.E Euro Stooges like Brown) . If he wants a contest I could get more than that to back me at my local pub.

    The people of Britain need to be increasingly rude towards this man and his ilk and people should get angry at their flagrant disrespect to our elected ( yes elected representatives. The EU and all its nefarious works can Fuck OFF!!

    Good Night everybody im off for a large G&T

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  135. 425
    Sting's Beard says:

    PLEASE LOOK AT COMMENT 424 iTS REALLY IMPORTANT

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    • 437
      In Europe, not part of says:

      Us Conservatives try to ignore the minor issue of Europe and instead attempt to focus the debate entirely within North Sea Region No 9.

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  136. 426
    A WW2 Labrador of African descent says:

    Gordon is a woof woof woofter
    Apologies for the stammer

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  137. 431
    QWERTY says:

    ITV report on the falling pound and the disaster of a hung Parliament, the BBC news? Lord Ashcroft again.

    Come on you Cocaine using BBC bastards report the fucking truth for once.

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    • 451
      grobdj says:

      I did hear on the BBC this morning that the pound was falling

      By lunchtime the story was ‘Euro falls to one-year low’

      Mind you dissing the euro is no bad thing, if it ensures the BBC salary still stretches to the the villa in Tuscany

      Like

    • 495
      Busted nokia says:

      BBC are a waste of space, apart from This Week and The Daily Politics, the rest are a bad joke on impartiality

      Like

  138. 439
    shit-stabber says:

    I live near Tony’s gaffe in London and whether the Hunt is there or not we are paying for a load of coppers to stand outside his house.

    Like

    • 446
      Anonymous says:

      Go and take a photo.

      Like

    • 447
      David Minibanana says:

      I always said Tony could stop the traffic.

      Like

    • 449
      T.B£iar - the People's Messiah says:

      Look, I mean, I’m a pretty straight kinda guy. When I’ve finished making these two speeches I’ll buy your little house for five million, OK ?

      It’ll be dollars cos that’s way George gave me.

      Like

    • 466
      B£iar says:

      Yeah – and for his evil children too. That fat pig-faced fuck Kathryn Blair needs 20 cops standing side by side just to guard her giant arse (ever time she waddles out to by some razors to start slashing at herself).

      And then there is the retarded grabbing worthless Hunt, Euan Blair, swanning around with jews and sniffing a lot. The fucker has a small police army at Connaught Square. Compare that to ordinary people – the police refer callers to the local council if yobs have got them under siege.

      And the scum-sucking trash, Nicky Blair, is being lined up for a safe Nu Liebore seat to continue the fucking thieving and evil war crimes of the Blair filth in parliament. He’s guarded 24/7 so decent people can’t kick the dirty trash to death in streets.

      It’s a fucking disgrace. None of this Blair filth should have any protection whatever at taxpayers expense.

      Like

  139. 450
    The Natural Law Party says:

    We’re flying in the polls.

    Like

  140. 454
    D L George says:

    Paxo interviewing Beeboid Director General now on Newsnight.

    He’s giving Him a harder time than He gives politicians. It would seem Paxo thinks the survival of the BBC is more important than the country. (he started with ‘Is it the beginning of the end?’.

    Like

    • 555
      BBC Correspondent says:

      the BBC is MORE important than the nation.

      How else do you think we will survive in our glorious, drug fuelled exisitence?

      Like

  141. 461
    Bullingdon Dave and his Bullying Right Hand Man says:

    Once Brown wins, we’ll give peerages to Blunkett and Hoon just to wind you Tories up!

    Like

    • 465
      The Bullyingthem Club says:

      Yeah and then you woke up and you were still sleeping outside the YMCA in a cardboard box.

      Like

    • 469
      J.Presclott ( five bellies, two Jags & two inches ) says:

      Lads, lasses and don’t-knows. Please get outta this blog, come back home and keep me company…….No-one’s visited my site http://gofourth.co.uk/ for weeks….

      Like

    • 494
      Bullingdon Dave and his Bullying Right Hand Man says:

      Another twat acting tough behind the safety of a computer screen but a weedy little fuckwitted c’unt in real life.

      Like

  142. 468
    Mrs Huggins says:

    I’m voting for Mr Brown. He’s had to overcome a disability, the loss of a baby and the disgusting bullying smears from the Conservatives.
    Comparing his gentlemanly behaviour to that of the sneering Mr Cameron, it’s easy to see who has a moral compass.

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  143. 470
    QWERTY says:

    BBC Newsnight looking unhappy at the idea of the selection process of the audience or no heckling, looks like the normal anti Tory selection is out of the window then hey beeboids?

    Like

  144. 482
    Bullying_Market says:

    Forces of Hell hath no fury like a Tory Victory scorned…………………

    Like

  145. 483
    Jack All says:

    Some bastard had him in the viewfinder and didn’t press the trigger.
    Karnt.

    Like

  146. 485
    the REAL Bullingdon Dave and his Bullying Right Hand Man says:

    I’m done with this fucking blog and its army of fuckwitted arseholes. Fuck off the lot of you.

    Like

    • 493
      Bullingdon Dave and his Bullying Right Hand Man says:

      Piss off then, CCHQ impostor.

      Like

      • 501
        the REAL Bullingdon Dave and his Bullying Right Hand Man says:

        Fuck off, fuckwit. I’ve warned you already. Just wait and see what happens.

        Like

  147. 486
    John Prescott says:

    I’ll have a large deep pan meat supreme with extra pepperoni. And for my main I’ll have three double bacon cheeseburgers, three portions of chips with garlic sauce, and a bottle of coke. I’ll decide what to have for desserts later.

    Like

  148. 487
  149. 499
    Abu Bonanza says:

    I am votings Labour! They let me do as I pleasings! Allah Akbaaaaaaaaarrrrrr!

    Like

  150. 500
    Anonymous says:

    Tat has become a victim of the Conservative smear machine led by Andy Coulson and funded by Lord Arsecroft. That’s Cameron’s patriotic duty for you.

    .

    Like

  151. 502
    Paul Owen says:

    Surely that court case of a couple of weeks ago would mean that just staying out of the country would not be good enough now for the taxman? He would have to cut his ties which he hasn’t done given that he owns two houses and his kids are presumably still at school or university here.

    Like

  152. 503
    Lions led by Arseholes says:

    So Hillary Clinton is prepared to broker talks between Britain and Argentina. Thank fuck for the Special Relationship.
    Pull troops out of Afghanistan now and leave the Yanks to get their arses kicked again, just like Vietnam.
    Remember Pinkville? Fallujah? Abu Graib?
    What the fuck are we doing backing trigger happy arseholes who shit upon every ally they ever had?
    If you are a British Serviceman, are you proud of “only following orders”?

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  153. 504
    The Butler says:

    It was the McCanns wot dun it.

    Like

  154. 506
    Brown Nappy Man says:

    Thursday
    Edinburgh
    protest
    mid day

    http://moneyteachers.org/Grieg3.htm

    Like

  155. 507
    Lord Ashcroft says:

    Tune in, turn on and drop out.

    Like

  156. 509
    QWERTY says:

    Stephen Hawking plans ‘to leave Britain over Government cuts in science’

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1254945/Stephen-Hawking-plans-leave-Britain-Government-cuts-science.html

    Well what does he expect? Does Hawking not know just how much it costs to house every Somali terrorist scumbag that comes here to live? Spending on science is just a black hole anyway.

    Like

    • 535
      Cynic says:

      Once he goes to the States and finds out how much a new hard drive, restore, defrag and a reboot costs, he will be back.

      Like

  157. 510
    Sky Watcher says:

    Lukwesa Burak
    Before,

    During,

    And after,

    Like

  158. 511
    The dog that dare not woof its name says:

    Im feeling ruff

    Like

  159. 513
    A Pensioner says:

    Tony’s a fat twat – he’s really let himself go.

    Married to slotty, he’s probably given up, but even so.

    He should keep those tits under cover.

    Like

  160. 514
    Ch4rl3s H4rdwidg3 says:

    I hear Kristian Digby died with an orange and a tin of Brasso up his arse, it seems that Mandy mangled arse Lord of the ever open flies had the orange in his mouth at the time, and it quite escapes me why but the one eyed jock mong had the tin of brasso sellotaped to his nose,which as you know just grows and grows.

    Like

    • 541
      Steve Expat says:

      Is that three gay TV presenters to have died in ‘unnusual’ circumstances in the past few years?

      Shall we refer to this as “Doing a Milligan” after the 1990′s Tory MP?

      Like

  161. 517
    david says:

    Your esteemed columnist adopts the nomenclature: ‘Thick as Thieves’.

    This could be considered a middlingly unpleasant libel of Thieves – most of whom I have found to be surprisingly intelligent.

    Having had the pleasure of the company of ‘Thick as Thieves in these columns over many delightful months, might we venture that he adopts the slightly more appropriate: ‘Not distinctly articulate’.

    Some dictionary definitions make my point:

    Thick
    composed of or containing objects, particles, etc., close together; dense: a thick fog; a thick forest.
    Thick
    not distinctly articulated: The patient’s speech is still quite thick.
    Thick
    mentally slow; stupid; dull.
    Thick
    disagreeably excessive or exaggerated: They thought it a bit thick when he called himself a genius.
    Thick
    in a manner to produce something thick: Slice the cheese thick.
    Thick
    lay it on thick, Informal. to praise excessively; flatter: He’s laying it on thick because he wants you to do him a favor.
    Thick
    having relatively great extent from one surface or side to the opposite; not thin: a thick slice.
    Thick
    measured, as specified, between opposite surfaces, from top to bottom, or in a direction perpendicular to that of the length and breadth; (of a solid having three general dimensions) measured across its smallest dimension: a board one inch thick.

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  162. 518
    Less thick than at least one thief says:

    Shut up. Again! It was nice.

    Like

    • 520
      Cassandra King says:

      There is no real difference between the liblabcon so its time to kick out the corrupt bastards and if that means voting independent then so be it.
      Time for real democracy to prevail.

      Like

  163. 519
    Cassandra King says:

    What is the nature of democracy as its most basic level?

    The will of the majority prevails. We now find ourselves in a nation where this has been turned on its head, the will of the minority prevails, the tyrannical bolshy bigoted minority prejudice now rules us and ignores/despises/fears us.
    The majority are being forced to live according to the rules of the minority, the political classes now impose their moral standards on us all, we are slaves to their prejudices, the majority are being removed from the levers of power and our views are derided as unworthy.

    We are living in the post democratic era where the big three parties have formed an ugly alliance to peddle the minority social and political narrative regardless of the wishes of the majority, they have in effect tried to limit the choices of the majority to three options and all these options share the same aims.
    Think about what this means in practice, the majority wish to remain a sovereign free and independent nation yet we are now a vassal subject region of a foreign empire and we have no choice unless we kick out the liblabcon.
    In dozens of areas the majority opinion is not only ignored it is actively demeaned and trampled on, the majority are now simply required to fund the minority madness, we have no choice unless we kick out the representatives of the tyrannical minority.
    Think about what you want your taxes spent on and think where your taxes are spent, do you agree and if not does it even matter what you think anymore? In effect we have become milk cows only required to pay up and shut up and obey the bullying minority.

    The coming big three debate is a charade and it is an insult to democracy, the liblabcon tyranny is destroying everthing our ancestors fought and died for, time to hand out the punishment they richly deserve, if we do not eject them soon it will be too late!

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    • 524
      albacore says:

      Faultlessly summarised, Cassandra.
      The Trojans failed to heed the warnings of your namesake.
      Let’s hope the British finally acquire enough sense not to see history repeat itself.

      Like

      • 545
        Laocoon says:

        I tried to warn my fellow Trojans, even as the walls were breached to admit the horse. Trojans partied and sang as it was dragged into the city. Girls threw flowers into its path and mothers held up infants to behold.

        Little did they know it’s belly was pregnant with destruction and slavery.
        Ilium would be no more.

        Death was my reward for hurling my spear at the wooden monstrosity.

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  164. 521
    Cynic says:

    He doesnt need to be a non dom. He’s a charity working for education and world peace so income is tax free anyway.

    Mind you we can expect the Charity Commissioners to carefully query any expenses in a measured way – just like they jumped on the National Bullying Helpline, cant we?

    Like

  165. 522
    Steve Expat says:

    O/T,

    Superb article by the Fink in the Times today:

    I appeared on Newsnight to discuss the book and encountered an hilariously angry John Prescott. The forces of Hull were unleashed against me. Still, I found it funny and fascinating.

    Like

  166. 523
    albacore says:

    Off Topic; but can somebody help me out on this?
    The Electoral Commission has just issued two reports on the completeness of registration to vote.

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk_politics/8546536.stm

    They estimate, based on the 2001 Census which, so far as I (dimly!) recall, gave a total UK population of 61 million:
    In total 3.5 million eligible people are not registered. Of those:
    56% of 17 to 25 year-olds are not registered;
    31% of ethnics are not registered.
    It’s early in the morning, I’ve had only five minutes to kick this idea around and my coffee-deficient brain’s certainly seen more efficient days; but how come those huge percentages of young people and BME’s can total only 3.5 million?

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    • 527
      Steve Expat says:

      Say BMEs make up 8% of the population – 6 million. 30% of them is just over 1.5 millon.

      18-25 is a small range, 8 years. For 56% of them to be the remaining 2 million, there have to be about 4m of this age range in total.

      Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Demographics_of_England_from_the_2001_United_Kingdom_census

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    • 534
      Mr Plum says:

      Am i being thick but it makes sense to me.

      In total 3.5 million eligible people are not registered. OF THOSE:- 3.5 million people
      56% of 17 to 25 year- olds are not registered; – 1.96 million
      31% of ethnics are not registered – 1.085 million.

      Then again what idiot would ever believe a government report

      Like

    • 564
      Sir William Waad says:

      It’s mostly guesswork. You can’t actually count people who aren’t registered, because they aren’t registered.

      The Electoral Commission must have started from out-of-date and inaccurate figures (the 2001 census), applied some educated guesswork about the number of emigrants and immigrants since then, applied Cooke’s Variable Constant and given the whole balsa-wood-and-string contraption a coat of varnish.

      About the maximum level of accuracy they can achieve is whether the number of unregistered voters is a lot, quite a few, or not very many. Talk of ’56%’ is spurious.

      Like

  167. 526
    thick as thieves says:

    Make no mistake,at the next General Election I shall be voting Labour

    Like

    • 532
      Tats all for now folks! says:

      But YOU are the mistake.

      Like

      • 537
        Tats all for now folks! says:

        God – what would you rather out up with – this cretin reappearing or Brown getting another 5 years?

        Yeah – me too,the latter.

        Like

  168. 529
    Martin Day says:

    The Conservatives again refused to answer seven key questions put by the Martin Day yesterday and David Cameron said reporters were “flogging a dead horse” by pursuing the issue. “We’re not going to comment any further,” a spokesman for the party said. “We’re not going to be very helpful, I’m afraid.”

    I’ve got news for you David Cameron,the electorate are not going to be very helpful to you either.

    Like

    • 533
      Don't play with Smarties,Martin - they make you hyper active says:

      Wall
      Up
      Against
      Aim
      Fire

      Not long now for the unelected country demolition squad and then he is history,along with Magda Goebbels, his “wife”.

      Like

    • 596
      g1lgam3sh says:

      You give otiose a whole new resonance.

      Like

  169. 530
    Scots websites - says it all says:

    They should ban your website,mate – utter rubbish

    Like

    • 546
      The Buckie Fed McTriplet says:

      Q. What’s the difference between a trampoline and a pair of bagpipes?
      A. You remove your boots before jumping on a trampoline.

      Like

  170. 536
    Mass Debater says:

    With these 3 debates now agreed,it is going to be fascinating to watch Gordon Brown.

    He will be like the golfer who is told to;

    a.)Watch the ball as he strikes it (Smile at the camera,Gordon – no not THAT smile)

    b.)Keep constant grip pressure (No Gordon,not the jaw thing,please)

    c.)Breath out as you swing (For goodness sake Gordon,do NOT glare at Mr Dimbleby like that,just because he asked you a tough question)

    d.)If you mis-hit the ball and it goes towards the spectators,shout “FORE”! (Gordon – please don’t throw any phones at Clegg and Cameron when you say something stupid and whatever you do,don’t push over their lectern)

    The odious man will be paralysed in front of the TV cameras – his whole life playing out in front of him and it will all vomit out of him in one massive explosion;

    “I’m the son of the manse/My moral compass/Wrong Wrong Wrong/I am always right and on and on and on,live on TV – worth the BBC licence fee just for these three debates.

    Like

    • 539
      Steve Expat says:

      Has Brown EVER debated for 90 minutes with his opponents, without a break?

      Cameron and Clegg do this sort of think all the time in public meetings, coping well on their feet with hostile questioning. Brown is just not that sort of personality, I really can’t see why he has even agreed to participate.

      Even money on him losing it with a flying object or volley of f-words, at some points during the 4 1/2 hours of live television??

      Like

      • 548
        sockpuppet #4 says:

        It fills me with horror.

        You choose who’s best to run the country based on who is best at standing up and bullshitting.
        It strikes me that the person who’s best at controlling other people and making believe them, is probably the last person you want running the country.

        Like

    • 554
      Rip Van Winkle says:

      Dimbleby? Tough question? To Gordon Brown?

      Yeah, sure. Haven’t you been watching lately – Dimbleby makes Mandleson look straight.

      Like

    • 558
      John Jacobs says:

      Lots of ‘air’ shots!

      Like

    • 562

      It’s not going to happen.

      This is Bottler Brown we’re talking about. I know in my bodily fluids that this is not going to happen.

      Like

      • 585
        The Dirty Rat says:

        He will be made to look good. The funeral Directors have been hired and they will do a bit of cosmetic embalming on his face to make him resemble a human being.

        Like

  171. 538
    Martin Day says:

    Lord Ashcroft is a turd of the worst possible sort

    Just read his latest quote

    Lord Ashcroft has issued a statement saying that he’s not an illegal immigrant

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  172. 540
    Marcus Aurelius says:

    but I want to see Tony back here, dragged through the streets of London in chains, to answer, in the Court of Public Opinion, the charge of treason.

    Like

    • 569
      European Court of Public Opinion says:

      WE are the Supreme body now. Remember that Gormless Gordon signed up to the European Constitution, ooops, I mean the Lisbon Treaty.

      You are powerless now.

      Like

  173. 549
    Fucking Irate Londoner says:

    Londoners are paying for the 2012 Olympics, what are the chances of them getting a ticket to the games?

    Fucking zilch!

    80% of the tickets are reserved for the use of the Olympic Committee and Corporate Sponsors and the remaining 20% will be shared out amongst all EU Countries.

    Londoners have been butt-fuckered by NuLabour yet again.

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    • 563
      Spank Sinatra says:

      You couldn’t pay me enough to have to watch a load of druggies throw pointy sticks or run around in circles frankly – utter waste of time and money!

      Like

      • 571
        Coming to a City near you says:

        EDMONTON — Olympic athletes won’t be the only people going for gold in Vancouver next month.

        Thousands of prostitutes — including scores from Edmonton — are expected to descend on the West Coast city to cash in on the swelling numbers of fans, media and Olympic employees.

        “Cha-ching!” one local escort, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said enthusiastically. “If you know how to work it, it could be huge. You’re damn right.”

        Like

      • 573
        Average Brit says:

        It’ll be on telly any way, if the Beeb are still open for business.

        Like

        • 581
          Anonymous says:

          On 15 March 2007 Tessa Jowell announced to the House of Commons a budget of £5.3 billion to cover building the venues and infrastructure for the Games

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  174. 551
    sockpuppet #4 says:

    Theres something about the harsh geography of Scotland that makes all manifestations of Scottish pride something to do with endurance (as much in the sense of Clive James’ favourite japanese TV show).

    Haggis. Kilts. Bagpipes. Throwing large metal weights above your head for fun.

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  175. 552
    Fees Office Clerk says:

    Gordon Brown is behaving like the TV Debates was his idea…WTF?

    Like

  176. 553
    Fees Office Clerk says:

    I’m looking forward to Brown smiling in all the wrong places in the TV Debates.

    Brown: “The death (big grin) of any soldier (tilt head, concerned look) in Afghanistan is of course (wobble jaw, silly smile) a great loss……”

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    • 583
      The Dirty Rat says:

      I suspect he will be allowed a ‘Grin prompt’ from the wings. There will be three cards for him.
      1. Grin.
      2. Look concerned.
      3. Cry.

      Like

  177. 557
    I nealy choked on my cornflakes.. says:

    I am not altogether happy being presented with pornographic images on my computer so early in the day.

    However, if you feel that you must publish such images, may I ask that we receive something more easy on the eye. I could probably stand a pic of a bearded lady, decorously draped, but I prefer my topless women not to have such hairy breasts and widows peaks.

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  178. 559
    Martin Day says:

    Lord Ashcroft is a Tory Shit

    Like

  179. 561
    Doc Trough says:

    I would have contributed earlier. Unfortunately I had to clean and polish my shoes, having stepped in a Dog Blair.

    I’d have the c’unt peeled before putting what was left to work in a saltmine.

    Like

  180. 570
    Martin Day says:

    I wish David Cameron would go offshore and stay there

    Tory donor Lord Ashcroft ‘twice rejected for peerage due to tax exile status’
    Confidential letters which indicate that a House of Lords vetting committee twice rejected Lord Ashcroft, the Tory donor, for a peerage because of his position as a “tax exile” have been revealed.

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  181. 572
    thick as thieves says:

    I have information that David Cameron will be made to look even more of a twat than he is at todays PMQ’s

    GO FOR HIM GORDON……….TORY TRASH

    Like

    • 577
      Average Brit says:

      Are you thinking what I’m thinking. Pot & black?

      Like

      • 578
        thick as thieves says:

        Lying Tory scum is what I’m thinking about

        Tory chiefs did nothing to defend Hague from accusations he lied when he tried to get Ashcroft a peerage.

        Like

        • 580
          The Dirty Rat says:

          Sorry to disappoint but it will be William Hague tearing lumps out of that stupid cow Harpic.

          Like

    • 582
      Cynic says:

      Not today mate – Gordon is too busy swotting up for his Chilcot Premiere.

      Since King Mong is incapable of multi-tasking so we can look forward to the Hattie & Hague show.

      By the way how much tax have Labour Non-doms paid, and have you heard anymore about Gordon’s grotty exercise book slush fund?

      Like

    • 584
      The IMF is coming says:

      keep up – Brown has bottled it again

      Mrs Dormey v Hague

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  182. 574
    RtHonTonyBlair says:

    Well, er, hello everyone. I’m , I really am privileged to be here and answer your many queries about me. As you know I’m er, a pretty straight sort of guy and like to be level with you all, after all you paid my wages for some years….

    Anyway, firstly, and really I do feel bad about this. Gordon. I’m sorry, I know but you had to find out for yourselves. You wouldn’t have believed me if I had said anything. He’s a funny fat Scotsman with no appeal whatsoever and he became so obsessively demanding I just had to move on……

    Now, then there’s ‘Stevie’ as I call her. My Cherie Amour, yes she’s a slapper but hey, we all want loving don’t we? She also doubles as the mobile post box so, what the heck. Notice I didn’t say anything about her being a Scouser…..

    And now you ask about my residency. Well, I’m resident a the London Palladium this coming Christmas. Promise not to bomb anybody …. my little joke. You know I went to posh expensive schools, which I deserved. Then I led a glorious campaign to lead the Labour Party. It needed updating and I did that too. Now you have a wonderful, oiled and ready to go machine, with a new Prime Minister at its helm and I have new dimensions to travel, which I deserve. ….

    I have always been better than you and now I live in luxury all around the world. But I’m still a little Englander at heart and that is where my home is…. or is it my second home?

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    • 595
      Al Megrahi,s Doctor says:

      Thanks for posting tony, i was really upset when you buggerd off ond lef us with” limp along lesley “& co. But i had a dream about you last night. I dreamt you tried to seduce me in a friends bathroom. I dont know what this means but you buggerd off in my dream too, and again left me feelin unfullfiled. i see a pattern developing here…….

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  183. 587

    [...] Guido Fawkes, only this morning, is concerned as to where Tony Blair is in the world at the moment: Has Tony Gone Offshore? [...]

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  184. 598
    TosserWatch says:

    Just as well you are starting your own web blog Thick as Thieves because then at least we’ll be saved reading your nonsense here and you can enjoy posting back and forth to yourself … sad git bugger off to oblivion with your labour muckers..no loss.

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  185. 609
    goto100 says:

    Hang him!

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  186. 610

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