March 10th, 2010

Sticks in Your Teeth

Never say that Guido is not willing to correct mistakes:

SWINSON, Jo to guido.fawkes
10:03 PM

In answer to the question you posed yesterday on the Guido Fawkes blog at 3:25pm: No.

I only claimed for one item on that receipt, for which as you report the Fees Office declined to reimburse me, a decision which I fully accepted.

As is perfectly clear from the claim form which is available for public view online, I did not claim for any of the other items on that receipt.

To be clear, I did not claim for, indeed have never even considered claiming for, any make-up on my expenses.

In light of these facts, I hope you will agree it would be appropriate for you to correct this posting on your blog.

Regards,

Jo Swinson

Guy Fawkes to Jo
8:47 AM
What was the item for which you claimed?

Will clarify.

SWINSON, Jo to Guy
9:12 AM

The tooth-flosser.

Nice to know that Jo thinks the taxpayer should take care of her gnashers…


235 Comments

  1. 1
    Bruce Bellend says:

    I’d use her pubes to floss my teeth.

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    • 6
      Qui Bono says:

      I am prepared to offer her alternate materials for teeth cleaning as necessary

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    • 14
      Anonymous says:

      I think you should as Jo to explain WTF has tooth floss to do with being an MP?

      Maybe she was planning to garrote someone.

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      • 29
        Anonymous says:

        They’ve got some brass neck, these troughing slags. Rather than keep their heads down and atone for their sins they’re still gorged with a sense of entitlement.

        I can’t think of any way short of a revolution that’ll remove their limpet like grip on the levers of power. You can’t get rid of these people through the ballot box – they’re just replaced by their equally useless facsimiles.

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        • 56
          the Grex says:

          That is perfectly reasonable. I would vote for Ms. Swinson if she was unmade up.

          But would not if she canvassed me with bad breath and spinach in her teeth.

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          • Molar says:

            if she canvassed me with bad breath and spinach in her teeth, I would offer her a personal floss job free of charge.

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          • Moley says:

            I can buy dental floss for about £1.40, and tooth brushes and tooth paste are pretty cheap too.

            Why does an MP need to spend £19.10 on a tooth flosser?

            This is why there is such scepticism about deficit reduction plans.

            If our MPs cannot change their behaviour, they have absolutely no prospect of imposing austerity on the rest of us.

            Market movements have many attributes which can be described by the laws of physics. They have mass, (the number of transactions), and they have velocity, (the rate of change in prices or values; rising or falling).

            Market movements have momentum, which is why they always overshoot.

            Brown is playing a very dangerous game with our futures. If he allows the deterioration in the pound and falling confidence in gilts to continue to build up, it will become unstoppable.

            Our Chancellor would be left in the position of trying to stop an express train travelling at 100 mph by standing in front of it.

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        • 114
          Peter Grimes says:

          29 I would make her ‘keep (t)he(i)r head(s) down and atone for (t)he(i)r sins because i would be (en)gorged with a sense of entitlement!

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        • 235
          Lipstick on My Helmet says:

          Tell this heavy bitch to get her head down and keep gobbling, then we might look into the floss expenses. She also looks like she can gargle before swallowing.

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      • 168
        Tooth Hurty says:

        This is the one expense which is seems reasonable to me.

        A good flossing is essential for MPs – it helps them lie through their teeth.

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      • 223
        JonBoy says:

        Wonder who her target would be. Mmmmm

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        • 230
          Jib jab says:

          Duncan Hames, I assume.

          Why should the taxpayer shell out so he can get a blowjob from his MP girlfriend without bits of stray food chafing him?

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      • 224
        Bearsden Tory says:

        Think the LibDems are loopy on many things. But this “burd”, to use the Glasgow parlance, is one hell of a hard worker for her constituents. So give the girl a break.

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        • 232
          Liberal Democrat says:

          Bull.

          She’s as thick as a plank.

          “Good constituency MP” = euphemism for “idiot”.

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    • 90
      Disaffected says:

      She can afford not to claim some things she just had a pay rise. Scounging Slug. Voters of her consituency give her the boot.

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    • 205
      Abolish men says:

      Hey Jo, that feminism really worked did’nt it. Now you can do the cooking and cleaning AND go to work. Just super!
      Or you can get another woman to do it. Order her to clean those chips off your shoulders while she’s there.

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    • 213
      A Wanker says:

      I would just like Jo to know that i have cracked one out over her, so thanks Jo for your pictures on google images providing me with hand shuffle orgasm.

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  2. 2

    Hmmm – so what about the waxing strips then?

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  3. 3
    thick as thieves says:

    OK then I’l say it

    GUIDO IS NOT WILLING TO CORRECT MISTAKES

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  4. 4
    Phoarrrrrr says:

    She doesn’t get it.
    I’d give it to her though…..

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  5. 5
    David Cameron says:

    I will raise rhis question in the House in due course

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  6. 8
    Anonymous says:

    Rather too many “clears” in her letter. A “looker” maybe, but she can’t write.

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  7. 9
    Billy Blofeld says:

    Wholly and necessary……… love it.

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    • 15
      Mitch says:

      Exactly. If she wasn’t an M.P., she wouldn’t clean her teeth?

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      • 67
        Mrs T says:

        This kid really should be running a beauty parlour…

        Not supprising that the country is collapsing with this type of person as an “MP” FFS…

        And the Labour lady MPs let by the thief Foly Follett claiming the nursery facilities are not up to scratch…

        The House of Commons has become a kindergarten..combined with a playground for dishonest gay tossers…

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  8. 11
    Roger Knightly says:

    Nicest set of teeth I think that I have ever come across…

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  9. 12
    Anonymous says:

    You pick the “I would” pic of her, which is nice

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  10. 13
    It's all Balls says:

    It was most unreasonable for the fees office to refuse to pay for the tooth flosser.

    When one has a food allowance of £400 per month one needs to be aware of the potential build up of plaque.

    I’m sure that the reason most politicians speak through their arses is because they are ashamed of their teeth.

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  11. 17
    Ampers says:

    Well, she certainly looks like she is ready for business.

    If I were 40 years younger…

    Ampers

    PS And richer…

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  12. 19
    Martin Day says:

    Right then,I’ll be voting LibDem now
    Their MP’s are good looking

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    • 23
      The Bottle Fed Triplet says:

      Well they have wonderful dental hygiene at least MD. Not much in the way of policy though.

      Maybe she uses floss because she can’t get an NHS dentist.

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      • 167
        Anonymous says:

        Good point.

        “Prime Minister Tony Blair has promised that everybody will have easy access to an NHS dentist within the next two years.” – BBC News, Sept. 28th 1999.

        How’s that promise bearing up, I wonder?

        http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/health/459949.stm

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        • 177
          Mr Ned says:

          VERY interesting link. especially the BBC banner at the top with the big red communist star on it.

          The BBC showed their political bias blatantly on that page!

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  13. 20
    Diddler the Fiddler says:

    I will have to try claiming for dental floss on my expenses. I look forward to getting a getting a harshly worded memo from the finance director and threats of disciplinary action for attempting to defraud the company from the HR department!!

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  14. 21
    alex says:

    What the fuck has her teeth got to with being a MP>

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  15. 22
    Hugh Janus says:

    So claiming for a tooth-flosser is OK when public money is involved? Although I haven’t paid for it this time, the fact she saw fit to claim for such an item says it all (and we know she’s not alone in this).

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  16. 24
    Anonymous says:

    What a cheek.

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  17. 25
    For the good of mankind,please go! says:

    The guy interviewing Brown at the Reuters conference is their Chairman,Niall Fitzgerald.

    I worked with him when he was Chairman at Unilever,indeed he once asked me a question on how I would grow my particular part of the business – very incisive and not a fool. I am surprised that Brown’s minders have allowed him to be interviewed by Fitzgerald.

    Watching him with Brown,his body language shows a man who has no respect for this fraudster.

    He asked Brown the question about mistakes he has made in his career (and Fitzgerald admitted he has made many,ie; launch of Persil Power that was found to actually shred clothes!) and of course Brown simply cannot answer any question and his answer attempts to portray no mistakes on his part but rather on everyone else’s.

    His answers are not answers but simply the ramblings of a very ill man,incoherent and full of the same phrases.

    Brown also does appear to be on something – he periodically stops talking and then re-starts.

    A very sick man – they must be propping him up with all sorts of stuff.

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    • 31
      it gets worse says:

      Brown is being shown up for the fraudster and charlatan he is. No wonder our currency is getting screwed again today.

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    • 39
      caesars wife says:

      sticky auto cue ? as well as mentalist abilities ?

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    • 41
      Hugh Janus says:

      If I were a vet I’d willingly put him down free of charge.

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    • 43
      Mitch says:

      Why is it tolerated? Many, many people must answer for this….

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    • 130
      Doctor Mick says:

      To be fair, Brown’s underpants are washed in Persil. You try focussing on reality with your Y-fronts in tatters.

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    • 182
      Your country needs you David Cameron says:

      I can simply no longer watch this very sad man Gordon Brown.

      How can this once great country have a system that allows us to be run by an unelected violent psychopath who is a congenital power crazed liar. It is plainly obvious to the whole world that Brown is sick and deluded and in need of help.

      Plainly I am no constitutional expert but had he not bottled the election he could have won just how sick would he have had to get before the system removed him?

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  18. 28
    LMAO says:

    Message to Ms Jo Swinson. When in a hole stop digging!

    Geddit, you silly little girl?

    LOL

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  19. 30
    caesars wife says:

    Admit it guido you like the photo !

    I hope you heard pesto and evannomics on R4 this morning re rock , absolutely class .

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    • 45
      Hugh Janus says:

      Just the mention of Pesto’s name has the off switch operated in record time. An utter and complete prat, puffed-up and useless

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      • 158
        Willi Windbeutel says:

        Hugh, get yourself one of these digital radio thingies. The one I’ve got is programmable. It learns to recognize voiceprints. All it takes is one syllable of Pesto and the station changes to Cretinous Inferno FM (my fave pop station). Same goes for Germaine Greer and the entire Labour front bench.

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  20. 32
    Thats News says:

    Doesn’t she realise she has made it worse for herself by doing this?

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  21. 33
    Tommy Atkins says:

    Glad she owned up, its not just the Fat pigs with their heads in the Troughs, the piglets are at it as well.

    P.S not saying she’s a piglet, more a dog if I’m honest.

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  22. 34
    Axe The Telly Tax says:

    Perhaps we should name this col-gate.

    I’ll get my coat.

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  23. 35
    genghiz the kahn says:

    output down, Brown drones on about saving the world and the pound heads southwards, but not in search of the sun.

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  24. 37
    JL says:

    What is happening to the pound? It’s getting absolutely hammered on the markets this morning particularly against the euro and the dollar.

    Britain is clearly the sick man of Europe again.

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    • 99
      sockpuppet #4 says:

      I’d guess it was brown hinting that he wants to postpone spending cuts for another year (only hinting in that the announcement wasnt official at the time).
      Suggests QE might start again.

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      • 147
        D L George says:

        Jeez, Brown so much as hints on more sh*t policy and the pound goes wobbly at the knees. If He (rather than Darling) get’s his filthy mitts on the budget, what the hells it going to do then?

        Post from a little earlier in the wrong thread (I need coffee)
        ————————————————————–
        Bl**dy hell it’s a sea of red.

        We’re not only down on every currency, were currently running a 12 month low on all of these…
        Australian Dollar, New Zealand, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, S Korea, India, Israel, Norway, South Africa, Sweden, Turkey, Canada, Mexico and Brazil.

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    • 219
      IainM says:

      Sick man of the world you mean. Even crap against the Philipine Peso, the wife being a Filpina is now calling Sarah by the name of Imelda!

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  25. 38
    Jo (Call me "Flossie") Swinson says:

    Ironic innit, an attractive young woman MP does not claim for make up but a bone ugly mug like GB has us hard pressed taxpayers pay for his slap and someone to put it on.

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  26. 47
    The Dirty Rat says:

    OT.
    Nicolas Sarkozy is over the side with his Ecology minister and Carla Bruni is getting huge portions of a Parisian banjo player. Meanwhile back in London, Gordon Brown is getting stuck up Mandelsons chutney locker and Sarah is getting a bit of strap-on from a ‘friend’ in Canterbury.
    We just don’t have style do we.

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  27. 51
    Doc Trough says:

    Doesn’t matter. She’ll never be Prime Dentalist.

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  28. 54
    The IMF is coming says:

    Roll of tooth floss is a quid or two isn’t it?

    Was wondering why they wanted a Budget, then realised they will just make some headline grabbing voter friendly announcemnts making everyone feel better off. Buried in the small print will be the nasty claw back taxes that won’t see the light of day for weeks.
    Apart from attacking the Tories and ‘don’t cut too soon’ what is the Labour economic policy? Don’t think anyone knows

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  29. 55
    Steve Expat says:

    Ha ha ha – Looks like Ms Swinson has never heard of the Streisand Effect!

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  30. 57
    Why tell the truth? It doesn't matter to Labour says:

    I reckon Brown will have real problems on these debates because he will come across as he just did in that speech and Q&A session at Reuters.

    As the Defence Chiefs said after the fraudster appeared at Chilcot, he is so obviously disingenuous whenever he speaks.

    It will be a question of just how many of the 60 million of us he can fool and will then consequently vote for his thugs.

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  31. 59

    Is Sarko trying to save the World as well?

    His Mrs will get banjoed if she isn’t careful.

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    • 93
      Axe The Telly Tax says:

      Oh, Susanna, he’s happy as can be
      For he’s got him something
      Better than a banjo on his knee.

      Courtesy of Paint Your Wagon.

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  32. 63
    The Tooth Flosser says:

    If you id me £5

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  33. 66
    BULLYBOY BIFFA BROWN says:

    The election is thursday 6th of may
    my local council has just sent a timetable of events leading up to it
    so there you go !

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  34. 68
    Ancient Proverb says:

    When in hole stop digging.

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  35. 70
    Wikipedia says:

    She feels strongly that new prisons ought not to be built and has been campaigning vocally against the building of a new prison at Bishopbriggs which lies within her constituency. She has said that if a new prison does get built in Bishopbriggs it must not be built cheaply[4], and that it must not be named after the town in which is to be sited.[5]

    Thinks a lot of herself does this gal. Flooth tosser.

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  36. 71
    Anonymous says:

    Off at a tangent -

    The BBC is carrying a report saying “Senior public servants pay to frozen”
    http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk_politics/8559190.stm

    Should that not be “cut in line with falls in the private earnings. including pension rights, used by the Senior Salaries Review Board for reference”.

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  37. 72
    The Bottle Fed Triplet says:

    Nice picture Guido. She has a winning smile, as you would expect from someone who uses expensive tooth floss but look at the eyes. They seem a little, how shall I say, dead?

    A politician’s smile starts and ends with the teeth. Try as they might, the insincerity still shines through.

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  38. 75
    Anonymous says:

    Of course she needs the dental flosser. If she was to go round kissing babies at election time and left tiny amounts of “rations” stuck to babies forehead then feminist mothers may get upset.

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  39. 76
    Be an MP says:

    Money for nothing and your kicks for free

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  40. 79
    DarlingforPM says:

    At Last Brown has admitted the mistakes he has made over the last 13 years! namely, The world financial authorities did not listen to what he wanted to do! The sooner this lying piece of excrement is dragged out of 10 Downing street and taken to his delusional world in the asylum where we can be protected from him the better. How is it possible for even 29% of 1000 people polled to want this nutcase to remain in control of the UK?

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  41. 86
    A liberal Liberal says:

    Give her a break. It could have been the Clegg said “come in number 31″.

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  42. 89
    DISLECTIC DAN says:

    these fucking MP’s have been flossing us for years !

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  43. 94
    Martin Day says:

    How about it Lord Ashcroft you shit ??

    Labour peer and party donor Lord Paul yesterday agreed to end his non-dom tax status.

    He then challenged controversial Tory donor Lord Ashcroft to follow him and publish his tax returns of the past 20 years.

    Steel magnate Lord Paul said he would pay full UK taxes next year when new laws require members of the House of Lords to be residents here for tax purposes.

    His announcement came a week after billionaire Lord Ashcroft also admitted he was non-domiciled and would start paying full UK taxes. But Lord Paul insisted his situation was totally different to that of Lord Ashcroft. He said: “They have been caught with their pants down and what better than try to reflect on others.

    “First of all, I am born in India. He was the only one who was asked to pay full taxes. Nobody asked me. I have always been open about my non-domiciled status.”

    The Labour peer said he would be happy to publish his tax returns for the past 20 years and said all in the Lords, including Ashcroft, should do the same. He also revealed a police probe into his House of Lords expenses had cleared him.

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    • 113
      MI5 says:

      Lord Paul is being investigated by the House of Lords for clear thieving…

      He even admitted he fiddled his overnight expenses…FFS

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    • 118
      BULLYBOY BIFFA BROWN says:

      Yawn Yawn Fucking yawn keep the history lesson
      Lord Appaul is more news than this old story !

      Privy councillor ! he can empty my privy

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    • 131
      Peasants shoved aside says:

      Soapy Swraj has told the Indian press that as an NRI he pays his tax in the UK. Let’s see Swraj’s tax returns. Oh, yes, there are the videos of the poor peasants being turned off their land with extreme police violence in Singur, Bengal to make room for factories from which they will not benefit. So that Nabob Paul can carry out his Hindu mumbo-jumbo (speaking as a secularist, I make no apologies) in first turf cutting for one of his thirty planned factories in India. British Jobs for British workers said a Labour Prime Minister. A greater India is Lord Paul’s real aim. UK is a means to an end.

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  44. 96
    Arthur Haynes (Comedian) says:

    That’s got to be a brownie point for Guido Fawkes. Next you’ll be telling us you have a writ and it might just stand up in court. Don’t let the fame go to your head though. You’ll have to be joining Steven Purcell in the land of Oz (except he’s not there at all!).

    AH (C)

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  45. 97

    Dear Darling
    The date for the budget is the 24th March

    I’ll send you over what you must read out before then.
    In the meantime don’t say or do anything. Don’t even leave the office.
    If Ii see as much as an eyebrow of you on the news Ii’ll rip your face off.
    Your best friend
    Gordon.

    PS – wear a brown suit.

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  46. 100
    David Cameron says:

    Hmmm

    Gordon told porkies at Chilcott, coroner says soldiers not properly equipped, generals issue statement that Gordon is disengenuous, Gordon visits Afghanistan in blatant attempt to boost his image, 6 soldiers killed inside a week.

    What shall I bring up at PMQs? Global warming, ring fencing foreign aid or the economy?

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  47. 103
    MI5 says:

    Guido

    I have said before…

    You have given her 2 X her statutory 15 minutes of fame..

    If you go on like this she will be re-elected..

    So change thread quick please….

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  48. 107

    You seen to have got your teeth into her you naughty boy

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  49. 108
    REEVO says:

    In truth I don’t begrudge her a tooth flosser, would be happy to buy her a drink too, and most likely flowers, dinner and breakfast.

    Lets face it, I probably have…….

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  50. 115
    David Cameron says:

    My gag especially for Jo Swinson

    when i was a kid, i can remember pulling sharply on the seat belt in dads car and it suddenly stopped, but when i pulled the seat belt slowly, it continued to unwind with no issues. So i asked my dad:

    Me: “Why does the seat belt do that?”
    Dad: “Inertia”
    Me: “Whats Inertia”
    Dad: “Kilmarnock”

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  51. 116

    another subject of staggering pettiness

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  52. 120
    Sarah Tweet says:

    Anyone still wanting to run in the Edinburgh Marathon or Hairy Haggis Team Relay on 23rd May? http://bit.ly/aEtUez [via PiggyBankKids]

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  53. 129
    Steve Expat says:

    Pound just dropped a cent against the dollar – obviously Gordon’s non-speech going down as expected by the markets…

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  54. 137
    Dorset voter says:

    Now look here. All you south Dorset johnnies must jolly well get down to the polling station pronto on the big day. Put your x alongside the great candidate for the Conservative party, Richard Grosvenor Plunkett-Ernle-Erle-Drax. He’s got a small pile of seven and a half thousand acres down there and he knows the place jolly well, so they can’t say he doesn’t live in the constituency. And don’t let them tell you that because his family made their millions from slavery that there’s anything wrong with this chap’s attitude nor that the Conservative Party is the party of priviledge.

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    • 153
      Tolpddle Totty says:

      Thanks for the information. He sounds to me like a good candidate who knows his way around. This is definitely the sort of person we need to sort out the mess left by the rabble who have had 13 years at wrecking everything they touch. He has got my vote and I will recommend him to all my family and friends.

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      • 198
        Anonymous says:

        Yes, you’re quite correct. What is important to note is that how Drax is a representative and typical figure who really understands the problems of contemporary Britain.

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    • 196
      Jim says:

      If my remote ancestors made any money from slavery (which given my Celtic heritage is less than likely) I would be less than impressed to be pilloried for it by some fuckwit like you.

      Has Gordon apologised for the battle of Marathon yet?

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      • 197
        Dorset voter says:

        There’s a slight difference between this upper class twat “standing” for election and the relationship between Gordon Brown and the battle of Marathon. Can you see what it might be?

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    • 201
      The Bottle Fed Triplet says:

      Slavery? Get over it you dope. There is nobody alive today who was involved in the slave trade. Just let it go. Try and concentrate on the social injustices of today rather than some imagined responsibility that your guilty conscience tells you you should have for offences from hundreds of years ago.

      My Grandfather and Father killed a fair number of Germans between them. Am I responsible for that?

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      • 203
        Anonymous says:

        When are the Italians going to apologise for invading Briton to obtain a supply of slaves? When are the Algerians going to apologise for raiding Cornwall for slaves in the 1620s and 30s? When are the Americans going to apologise for breaking free from a nation which had just agreed that slavery in the mother country was illegal less the UK courts impose that decision on self-governing colonies? When are the Middle East countries going to apologise for still recruiting slaves from the Philippines and Sudan.

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  55. 142
    Martin Day says:

    Nice one Asda and thank you

    Supermarket giant Asda is to offer David Cameron the chance of a week’s worth of “real” work experience rather than simply making tea or running errands, it was announced today.

    David Cameron will get the chance to work in stock control, delivery and customer services this year, Asda said.

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  56. 146
    Alan Douglas says:

    I hink the taxpayer should take care of her gnockers…

    Alan Douglas

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  57. 150
    Gorfons Blownit says:

    Never say that Guido is not willing to find excuses to put up tottie pictures

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  58. 151
    Tom (Peeping) says:

    I don’t say this often, but Jo – close the curtains love…

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  59. 156
    A Firm Pair Of Breasts says:

    We really need to ring fence her boobs.

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  60. 157
    Scallywag says:

    I would be more than happy to sign her expenses claim form…

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  61. 161
    Doc Trough says:

    OT.

    Please somebody. Stop Osborne talking about “fixing the roof while the sun was shining”. It makes him sound like Huckleberry Finn.

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    • 166
      sockpuppet #4 says:

      The thing I find ironic about that is that the first act of the labour government at the local school at the time was indeed to fix its leaking roof.

      (I hadn’t heard that particular aging chestnut for ages actually)

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    • 181
      Steve Expat says:

      He’s doing a reasonable job at the moment on the Beeb.

      “The country will judge Gordon Brown on his record in government”

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  62. 163
    thick as thieves says:

    Message to Guido

    Put up or shut up

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  63. 164
    Gissa job. I can do that says:

    Pay freeze for senior salaried public sector workers.
    Except MP’s who are classed as unskilled Labour.

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  64. 172
    Brown is a top drawer A1 Hoon says:

    Is Gorgon going to miss PMQs again today? Cameron better go for the jugular this time. He’s been FAR too easy on him in recent weeks.

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  65. 173
    Pensioner says:

    Back in 2008 Brown said he would send all the unemployed on a loft insulating course and then send them round to my house and make it more fuel efficient.
    I’m still waiting, I don’t want to go out shopping in case I miss them. Should I phone him up and ask him when they are coming.

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    • 188
      Doris says:

      Brown tells lies all the time. You should call Downing st and remind them of this particular lie and see what they say.

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  66. 185
    angelnstar says:

    Well it was smart of you to clarify, hahahaha. Very funny.

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  67. 186
    angelnstar says:

    Another huge laugh from me this morning. Gordon on SKY saying to the country “I won’t let you down!” Hahahahaha, are you kidding us…….

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    • 195
      Lord Ashcroft Bad Lord Paul Good says:

      To be fair this is a true statement. My expectation is that he will keep fu**ing the country dry. We all know he will.

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    MI5 says:

    Guido

    For information

    My French brokers (major French bank not named) have just sent me a research note stating

    “The most worrying case is the UK
    Its public debt has risen from 44.1% of GDP before the crisis to 99.7% now…
    and its deficit exceded 12% of GDP in 09…”

    Then recommend “shorting sterling and UK Gilts…”

    So you know where some of the shorting is coming from…

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      Old Nick Heavenly(real dimwit) says:

      Is there anything about Great Britney that is not completely flucked by this utterly moronic government?

      Anything?????????????????,,

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  70. 193
    Sir William Waad says:

    This feature has attracted some of the stupidest and most ungentlemanly comments that I have ever seen, outside Guns & Ammo magazine’s Children’s Corner Blog. If matters don’t improve I will cancel my subscription.

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  71. 194
    Forces of Hell says:

    I’m at my wits end today
    put BBC2 on for DP/PMQs and what do I find – Jacqui Shit MP on talking about crime. Whay does she still get access to the media when we all know she is SHITE?

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  72. 199
    Dave H. says:

    Did you know she once gained a 6% swing from John Prescott? Now that’s a revelation.

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  73. 200
    Derek Draper says:

    Good to know Jo is considerate of my toot.

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  74. 202
    dutchy holland says:

    As a conservative voter in East Dunbartonshire believe me Jo Swinson is a really hard working and well liked MP serving her constituency well irrespective of political colour. A rare commodity in socialist ‘snouts in the trough Scotland’ where the uneducated/unqualified idiots help themselves out of the public purse.

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  75. 204
    Anonymous says:

    I would like to have sexual intercourse with her.

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  76. 212
    g1lgam3sh says:

    She’s made all this effort just for most of us to tell her to fuck off…at least she’s following the Party line.

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  77. 216
    IainM says:

    I would like to get acqauinted with her oriface! Good to see she looks after her teeth, probably no gum diseases then?

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  78. 225
    JonBoy says:

    Didnt Balls and Cooper play 69 with their houses? Thats a fair bit more naughty than what poor wee Jo has done. Wonder if they claimed on any electrical “goods”.

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  79. 226
    Keith Dovkunts says:

    I like to think I’m quite topical/up-to-date/modern/with it [sic]/”a breast” of things . . . but, who the feck is she?

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  80. 227
    Keith Dovkunts says:

    Have just re-read this . . . . . why the feck, should some unknown tart expect HM Taxpayer, to pick up the tab for her tooth floss???? Piano wire, yes! Tooth floss . . . no! What the feck?! This floozy is a thief in my book . . . and fecking stupid at that.

    My turds have more class than she does.

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