May 10th, 2010

Rich & Mark’s Monday Morning View


140 Comments

  1. 1
    jgm2 says:

    If only.

    I reckon Glegg is just getting the best deal he can out of Cameron before trotting off to Brown to see if he’ll match/better it.

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      Technomist says:

      Sounds like someone who knows how to negotiate properly. We need someone like that as Minister for Europe. :)

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        Behind the scenes Latest.. says:

        Tory MPs have been offered a free vote on a PR referendum

        Lots going on behind the scenes. The Tory whips are working the phones to rally support for the idea of a formal deal with the Lib Dems. I’m picking up a lot of anger among some Conservatives who fear that Dave is about to sell out to Nick Clegg when he doesn’t need to.

        http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/news/author/benedictbrogan/

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        • 57
          Can't remember my moniker says:

          Pound up – for the moment. Must fly.

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          Just asking ? says:

          “……..Dave is about to sell out to Nick Clegg when he doesn’t need to.” ?????

          I think they need a reality check… do they honestly believe they can govern as a minority government if Clegg does a deal with Labour?The Tories will be miss out on power again never to return to this situation.They have to hold their noses and let Dave do the deal>Pragmatism is sometimes required in these situations to get into power

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          • jgm2 says:

            Nonsense. Even with PR the Tories will be in this situation again. Largest right-wing(ish) party scouting about for a few additional votes to carry the country. It is Labour and the Liberals who will be scavanging votes off each other.

            Actually, with PR delivered then I’d expect the Labour and Liberal vote to split all over the shop. They certainly won’t all be voting en masse for Labour.

            Look what they did in the Scottish elections under PR. Suddenly no need to vote Labour just to keep the Tories out.

            It’ll be the law of unintended consequences for Labour all over again. they created their little provincial dynasties in the confident knowledge that Wales and Scotland would vote Labour uber alles and within eight years they were looking at an SNP government up there.

            Now they think that the Labour voting enclaves of the wider UK will continue to vote Labour under PR?

            Talk about bringing the Temple down.

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          • Hugh Janus says:

            Absolutely agree JA. Not in a million years would I have wanted a pact with the Limp Dums, but we are where we are and will just have to make the best of it. The alternative – another few years of NuLiebour profligacy, bullying and breathtaking incompetence – will see this country reduced to a complete basket case. At least this way Cleggy get to share the blame if it all goes belly up, so I hope DC makes certain that the LDs are well and truly tied in to whatever the future holds.

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          • Wavy Davy bends over for Cleggy says:

            I agree with Nick!

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          • barefootcontessa says:

            R and M getting better.

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          • The SNP in the Scottish Parliament have done quite well, haven’t they?

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    • 17
      Brown's Buggered Britain says:

      If Glegg keep Brown in power – the electorate will not forgive the LibDems – and with that multi-coloured circus as a government, it won’t be long till the next election.

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    • 58
      I hate New Labour says:

      But Brown is so desperate to stay in no 10 he’ll agree to anything.

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    • 63
      Nick G. says:

      Dear Uncle Gord please give the Lib Dems PR. Then the BNP will get 11 Commons seats and UKIP will get 20 as per the proportion of votes cast. Watch out Nick C.

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    • 101
      Boudicca says:

      Looks like the Ides of May is underway. Senators Mandy and Al. are doing the necessary. Et tu Ed. ?

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      Conspiracy Theory. says:

      Well he is Dutch and they are good at the eponymous auctions!

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  3. 4
    I'm still in charge says:

    FTSE up 3.5%. Bloodbath anyone?

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  4. 5
    Pickfords says:

    The van is ready and waiting for you, Mr Brown.

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  5. 6
    Tulkinghorn says:

    There comes a time in the career of every would-be “creative” when he realizes he is never going to make the cut. It is sad, but there we are.

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    =(°.°)= says:

    O/T
    WHY IS AN ENGLISH COMPANY EXCLUDED?

    http://www.crainsmanchesterbusiness.co.uk/article/20100510/FREE/100519999/1012

    Virgin Money, is out of the race to acquire 318 branches being sold by Royal Bank of Scotland (LSE: RBS).

    Sir Richard Branson’s new banking business was told on Friday that it was being excluded from the bidding, in which it had been one of the final four.

    Other contenders are Santander and BBVA from Spain and National Australia Bank, which owns Yorkshire Bank.

    RBS, 83 per cent owned by the government, has been forced to sell them by European competition regulators as a condition of receiving state aid to help it survive the financial crisis.

    The branch network, which is heavily concentrated in areas such as the North West and North Wales, together with its associated business and private accounts, would help a new entrant to UK banking to quickly build a competitor to existing high street banks and are expected to change hands for more than £1bn.

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    • 33
      Can't remember my moniker says:

      Why is any suitable company excluded in an effort to return best value to the taxpayer? Could it be revenge for Branson supporting the Tories this time? Disgraceful that Labour should get its revenge at our cost. Disgraceful but not surprising.

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      • 73

        The key word there, moniker, is ‘suitable’.

        I believe that there is a big question mark over the extent of inter-company loans being used to play fast and loose with reported profits and tax liabilities in the various Virgin companies, and for the regulators to allow similar practices in a bank would be somewhat remiss…

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        • 120
          Can't remember my moniker says:

          I chose my words with care, Paragnostic! I know about Virgin’s unaccountability but suitable change in such status could be made a condition of eligibility to tender. It should not be insoluble. IKEA is structured even more ‘cleverly’ than Virgin. I see large sovereign states as more likely to default. The point is that it gives all the appearances of being politically, and not financially or stability consciously, motivated. (en route)

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    • 35
      Mummy says:

      Never trust a man with a beard – he’s hiding something.

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    • 40
      Geordie Scoot says:

      It’s because if Virgin Money is like the other “Virgin” enterprises, it will probably rely on foreign money and Branson will be extracting a high price for using his “brand”.

      Guido – delete my mod posts last night – I should not comment under the influence.

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        Cheese Lover says:

        Oooh, put them out G., sounds Fun!

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      • 133
        Anonymous says:

        isn’t virgin money backed up by the Bank of America?

        I may be completely in the wrong, but I have a Virgin credit card and whenever I go online I see “Bank of America” written everywhere. I had come to the conclusion that Branson was a PR media face for a Bank of America venture?

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    • 51
      Mike Litorus says:

      http://business.timesonline.co.uk/tol/business/markets/mergers_and_acquisitions/article7071890.ece

      Just shows ManldeScum for what he is the slimy lying little turd. Labour can deliver on their promises about as realistically as I can be pregnant and deliver my own baby!

      Party when McRuin finally resigns anyone?

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    • 117

      Maybe because they don’t believe Virgin is the right company for the job? Unless, of course, RB didn’t please the ‘right’ people?

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  7. 12
    The Prime Minister says:

    This morning I can announce that after a weekend of deliberations between my new friend Nick and the liberal democrats, a new deal has been struck which will allow the country to continue to be run by a coalition government of myself.
    The talks have been frank, sometimes tense, sometimes bruising, sometimes requiring the attendance of paramedics, but always cordial.

    I have, after 13 years of ignoring, or blocking it, agreed that I might be in favour of informal, non-binding talks, perhaps sometime in the future, if space can be found in a busy legislative programme, on the issue of proportional representation.

    The liberal democrats, suckers that they are, have agreed.

    So now I will be getting on with the big job of running the economy, saving the world, shafting sterling, selling more gold, robbing your pensions and throwing nokias. It’s business as usual. Thank you.

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      Phil says:

      12 – Your political death warrant has already been signed mate and clogg’s as well if this concensus ad idem comes to fruition.

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      • 83
        Mike Litorus says:

        I think Cameron would be happy no matter who the Libs go with (apart from the economy resembling Zimbabwe of course)

        Lib/CON coalition – Libs split, Cameron calls election, wins with healthy majority as everyone know the Libs are gone.
        Lib/Lab coalition – hahahahaha. Lib vote evaporates, Cameron manages to force an early election, what with the losers taking control (call it a coup Dave, froth it up a bit), and Lib vote evaporates for bringing McRuin back from the dead. Cameron wins with healthy majority.

        Simples

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  8. 16
    The Court of Public Opinion says:

    Anyone surprised to see how quick Mandelson was to urinate on Browns grave?

    http://tinyurl.com/38on64c

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  9. 19
    Do you know? says:

    Natural oil seeps in US waters: 1,119,000 barrels every year from natural cracks in the seafloor.

    http://wattsupwiththat.com/2010/05/09/lessons-from-the-gulf-blowout/#more-19353

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  10. 20
    Gordon 'Caligula' Brown says:

    We won really. Why can you not see that? 135% of the electorate voted for me and my rocking horse.

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    • 27
      David Cameron says:

      and I agree with Nick

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        Mike Litorus says:

        Don’t worry, you’ll be back sitting in the House soon, and you wont have to amuse yourself on here all day.

        Just sit behind McRuin nodding your head all day instead, normal service resumed.

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  11. 24

    Clegg looks like Arnold Schwartzenegger wearing a Marx bros wig.

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      Davnick Cleggeron says:

      I agree with Nick!

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      Eddie Booth from Love Thy Neighbour says:

      I’ve heard of Schwarzenegger but never this Schwartzenegger guy. Is it the same person? Please help as we are all wondering.

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  12. 25
    angelnstar says:

    http://cyberboris.wordpress.com/2010/05/10/gordon-you-better-go-now/

    In a b rilliant speech, Boris Johnson says Gordon you better go now! in the words of the song by the Moody Blues “We’ve already said…… So long! we dont wanna see you go, but oh you better go now! Go now! Go now! Go now!

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      Boris 'looking forward to working with the Lib Dems' Johnson says:

      “How can you conceivably trust the Lib Dems! Spineless protoplasmic invertebrate amoebic fibbers — Janus-faced!”

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        Westminster Environmental Services says:

        Just because Boris has a grip on LibDem core values doesn’t mean he can’t recognise that “politics is the art of the possible”

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      All Lib Dems are tossers says:

      In the name of God Gorgon – GO NOW!

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  13. 26
    The last days of Labour says:

    Why do the Liebore fascists keep talking about a deal with the Lib Dems when the maths simply don’t add up? Liebore’s 258 and Lib Dem’s 57 still leaves them 11 short of a majority.

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      plenty of others says:

      ‘others’ = quite a bit more than 11

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      • 39
        Germaloids says:

        But what will the others support cost?

        No cuts in Scotland, Wales or Northern Ireland that’s what they will cost!

        And who pays? The English!

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      • 45

        Yeah the DUP are natural labour partners.

        From 2am Thursday mornign the BBC were hyping up a LibLab deal – despite the maths. I honestly believe Nick Robinson cannot add a three digit and two digit number; that’s the only possible explanation for this drivel continuing.

        And another lie: Labour are offering PR. No, they are not. They are not. Labour are and have offered a referrendum on swapping FPTP for the Alternative Vote – this is *not* a PR system. It is the choice of the core left vermin – which is why you now hear twats like Will Straw shouting “fair votes!” in their reedy little voices, rather than PR. The language on the left is now about “fair votes”, “reform”, “balance” – not proportion. Why? Cus they have seen the results of a reasonable PR system in the Euros and it doesn’t (as they want) hand all the seats to the centre left.

        With m-m STV+ for westminster we’d have the right of UKIP, as well as the far left of the B&P sitting in the Commons, and labour can’t stick that idea… They’re no more in favour of actual PR than the most diehard FPTPer in the tories.

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    • 31
      Stan Butler says:

      Because they reckon with Sinn Fein not turning up (5 mps) they can get the votes from the Scots and Welsh Nationalists plus the one mp from the Alliance party and the Greeny from Brighton. A rainbow coalition and a true strong Government.

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    • 37
      Brown's Buggered Britain says:

      The theory is they could achieve an over-all majority by signing-up all the looney-tunes including Alex (gime more money) Salmond.

      All the fun of the fair for all :)

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    Jonah McDoom says:

    I’m still here.

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  15. 34
    Stan Butler says:

    I really hope Corporal Clegg is puching for the referendum on our continued existance in the EU. The referendum could be held at the same time a sthe one for PR.

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  16. 43
    Hair to B'liar says:

    E+ 4 days and still no ignition, Huston we have a problem.

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    • 47
      Al says:

      The Tories are going to be the government and Cameron the PM so just get uesed to it and stop whining..

      Labour should stop embarrassing themselves by hanging on, concede defeat, and sort out the mess in their own party from the backbenches.

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      • 56
        Apollo 13 says:

        Copy that Huston, you dont know what its is either. We will just stay here in orbit till the oxygen runs out.

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        Mike Litorus says:

        Brown hanging on by his fingernails – how the hell does that work? Perhaps the bogies provide additional adhesion…

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  17. 44
    Al says:

    Do the BBC not realise that Labour lost the election and are now largely irrelevant?

    Most of the people still being interviewed on BBC political programmes and news bulletins are Labour politicians and supporters. Nothing seems to have changed despite the fact that it is now the Tories and Lib Dems who are about to become the next government.

    Some Labour MPs are even demanding that parliament be recalled so that they can have a say in these negotiations. Labour MPs never had a say when their party was in government, so why should they have a say now?

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    • 50

      I have yet to hear any BBC erk use the term “won” in relation to Cameron and the election. They dont’ seem to accept that getting most seats and most votes is in any way a victory.

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      • 59
        Indigo says:

        Yes, I’ve noticed that – it’s very very funny and revealing.

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        • 74

          I think thats because Labour are now irrelevant to the discussions so are the only ones available to talk on camera and hang about in BBC TV studio’s. I’m listening to Labour MP spinning now on News 24, predicting “riots.” They are quite evil and without shame, and would be better employed finding a less deranged leader.

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          • jgm2 says:

            They can confidently predict riots because their UNITE MPs and UNITE shop stewards have plenty of prior experience of organising riots.

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      • 65
        lolol says:

        The shiterati believed Glegg won the election on the Marr show and today on the morning AljaBeeb tv still believe Clegg won,I think the prescribed drugs haven’t quite worn off from yesterday.

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      • 75
        Bitterness at 7.30 in the morning from Sky Reviewer says:

        You should have heard the guy reviewing the papers on Sky around 7.30am to-day ..talk about a bitter …..making catty remarks about the Conservatives and that people had NOT voted for them but tactically for LibDems to keep them out and would now feel betrayed by Clegg on and on and on…even Eamonn Holmes started to get embarassed and made a few jokes saying that he had to let it go as he,Holmes,had come to terms with Chelsea winning the league instead of Arsenal and HE had to come to terms with the Conservatives being able to have a go at forming a government

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      • 129
        All Lib Dems are tossers says:

        Dave should dismantle the BBC [Brown Broadcasting Corp] immediately and give us our licence fee back! Pull the Labour loving edifice down and make them work for their existence – the likes of Wossy will shit themselves!

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  18. 48
    Jock the Scot says:

    Oh! For fucks sake let Gordon carry on leading us.
    “It’s the right thing to do” The man is obviously so far advanced in his thinking that they just don’t appreciate what he can do for the country. Our country has prospered under his stewardship and we should look forward to another 5years of labour rule. After all they won the most seats, so they have a right to govern!! I just don’t know or care what those Sassenachs in little England are getting worked up about. This Cameron guy has only one seat where it matters in the real power base of the UK!!

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  19. 52
    Harriet Dromey says:

    But I wanna be pwime minister! Jack pwomised I would be! If I’m not, I’ll cwy and cwy and cwy!

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  20. 54
    Nicky Campbell says:

    But my producer has just whispered in my ear that Labour won the election not the Tories. And here’s our next guest, Oona King…….now Oona, tell us how wonderful Gordon and Sarah are….

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    • 62
      Alan Yentob says:

      Who cares who won the most seats? The BBC has decided that nobody has won the election therefore we are sticking with our very good friends in the Labour Party who won the election.

      Shalom.

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    • 92
      Tony Cameron says:

      I agree with Nick

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  21. 55
    Geordie Scoot says:

    I still think Brown will be PM by this time next week – with or without the LD’s propping him up. He will plough on to Queen’s Speech and then dare the LD’s to defeat him. Brown puts self before Party and Party before Country (Scotland) and England features nowhere. He also has a pathological tendency to equate himself with the national interest and hold the Tories as counter to that interest by default.

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    • 67
      GN says:

      Brown is a sociopath, a narcissist, and a self-obsessed megalomaniac.

      His whole world revolves around himself. Nothing else matters to him. He will have to be dragged out of Downing St by a crack team of psychiatric nurses armed with industrial quantities of largactil.

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    • 70
      lolol says:

      Good if he carry’s on he will hurt Liebour by pissing off the braindead who think he has already gone.

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    • 72
      The Prime Monster says:

      This is a correct analysis as you can see from my announcement to the country..scroll up to post 12 my friends. It is business as usual and I will be making the tough decisions which need to be made.

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      • 77
        the BBC says:

        We will carry on asking mainly Labour politicians onto our TV and radio stations until the new Tory government stops us doing so.

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      • 82
        Ahm no' resignin.....Brown says:

        There now follows a Prime Ministerial Broadcast from the Rt Hon Gordon Brown,
        “My fellow Britons,

        I have listened to your views expressed in the recent election.It is obvious to me that the overwhelming vote of the electorate was for a progressive alliance of the parties on the left of British politics and that the Conservatives have been totally rejected by the majority of the British electorate.

        I have therefore to-day formed an alliance with the Liberal Party to ensure secure and stable government for the United Kingdom.Both I and Nick Clegg assisted by the Scottish and Welsh Nationaist parties acting in the national interest will ensure that the recovery is not put at risk by the dangerous policies of the Conservative Party who continue to act in the narrow party interest that has so typified their actions over the past few days and weeks. I will never shirk from my duty to the nation and I will continue to serve the nation and deliver a firm,stable and principled government for the few not the many.!”

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          Ἀριστοτέλης says:

          9 1/2 months and nothing changes :-)

          >>>>>>>>>>>>>>

          Thursday 16 July 2009
          GoToCountryNow – epetition response

          We received a petition asking:

          “We the undersigned petition the Prime Minister to call a general election immediately.”

          Details of Petition:

          “The last two local elections have shown that the people are no longer prepared to tolerate Nu-Labour without a mandate. Gordon Brown is a spent force and MUST now immediately go to the country – anything less will be be outright political fraud and maintenance of their expensive troughing lifestyles at all cost.”

          Read the Government’s response

          Thank you for your e-petition.

          As you may be aware, a general election must be called before June 2010, when the whole country will have an opportunity to express their point of view.

          In the meantime, you may be interested to read the Government’s recently published plan, Building Britain’s Future. The document sets out a radical vision for a fairer, stronger and more prosperous society for all.

          You can read the proposals, and take part in the debate about the country’s future, at the following website

          http://www.hmg.gov.uk/buildingbritainsfuture

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      • 95
        Hugh Janus says:

        “….and I will be making the tough decisions which need to be made.”

        In the case of NuLiebour I know this might be a novel suggestion – but I think most of us are more interested in seeing correct decisions. These have been a bit thin on the ground over the past 13 years……

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    • 88
      Apagusta says:

      Whilst I am sure Gordon would do anything to stay in No 10 I cannot see him managing it much beyond tuesday/wednesday this week…hes a dead man walking…destined for the history books as the most detested Pm of all time….unelected and rejected…what credentials to have….sad flawed man.

      Book the removal van Gordon its time to move on.. the country has.

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    • 130
      All Lib Dems are tossers says:

      Brown frightens the shit out of me!

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    albacore says:

    The sting in the tail of a sour cartoon turns the joke on the reader.
    Congratulations to Rich & Mark for illustrating what a dog’s dinner we’ve ended up with to build the road to salvation.

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    The last days of Labour says:

    That fucking annoying rabble who were chanting Fair Votes For All on Saturday really need a good slap. I bet half of them didn’t even know what they were protesting about. They were just there for a laugh. And the others are the type who protest just for the sake of it. How come these gormless twats didn’t chant the same thing in 1997, 2001 and 2005?

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    • 114
      Moley says:

      Look on them as a political party with their own agenda and five hundred members.

      They are utterly irrelevant.

      Let them put up candidates in the next election or shut the fuck up.

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      • 125
        steve's mum says:

        The longer this void exists with no-one having a grip of the situation and a firm hold of power the easier and easier it is for the socialist mob and their union leaders to foment unrest. Meanwhile the lowlife scum underclass continue to proliferate and offend with no restraint.

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      • 132
        Unsworth says:

        Exactly. Who do they represent?

        That pillock Bragg is really out of his tree. Who the fuck does he think he is? He was a crap singer and he makes an even worse agitator. He needs a good bricking to bring him to his senses.

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  24. 69
    John Prescott - Bus Driver says:

    We can’t stop here. This is Fat country….!

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  25. 76
    Gordon McCunt says:

    Love me! Fear me! Love me!

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  26. 84
    Rumour Mill says:

    Deal will be done between Labour and LibDems if Brown stands down to-day

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  27. 87
    Gordon's favourite Butt Plug says:

    Brown is a gone burger.

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    • 94
      Wavy Davy Bullingdon Gravy loves to eat his Greens says:

      I agree with Nick!

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    • 97
      From the office of The Prime Mincer.....presently occupying the Hyde Park Toilet Block..(cubicle 10) says:

      I would like to say that I am 100% behind Gordon Brown staying as our great leader and it is quite untrue to suggest that I would countenance any challenge to his premiership.

      I am merely waiting for the time when he decides to retire to take up a senior post at the Age Concern shop in the Outer Hebrides before I promote my friend David Miliband as our next leader and take up the position of Foreign Secretary myself.

      This party needs real men running it and our country’s affairs…Milivanilly and I are those men…so the great unwashed can continue kissing my ring as plebs did Kings in the old days. Happy days Gordon’s going away but I’m here to stay..trust in meeeeeeeee. PipPip

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  28. 102
    The British people says:

    Brown has been unelected twice. Go now!

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  29. 106
    Quantrill says:

    So did we have an election or was it just a new TV game show?

    And why is Darling still representing us in Europe and giving away yet more money we don’t have?

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    • 108
      Ἀριστοτέλης says:

      It feels like a game show…

      Some time soon an announcement will be made to tell us that the results of the telephone voting are now in and have been verified .

      When added to the postal and “in person” votes , GB now has 327 seats…….

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  30. 115
    Thick As Thieves says:

    David Cameron was this morning telling everyone just how excited he is by the prospect of his imminent third date with Nick Clegg, reminding everyone that a third date means he is ‘definitely up for it’.

    It is rumoured that Cameron and Clegg have been in almost constant contact since their first date on Friday, with Conservative party insiders claiming Cameron has barely been able to sleep, such is his infatuation with the Liberal Democrat leader.

    Despite two fairly lukewarm dates so far, Clegg’s willingness to see Cameron for a third time has led many Tory supporters to conclude that their man is about to get exactly what he has been after all along.

    One Conservative strategist explains, “Everyone knows what the third date means. It means the night ends with a massive smile on my face.”

    “People might be playing down the significance of a third date, but trust me, David’s cooking isn’t that good. Nick is only coming round because he is up for it – definitely.”

    With speculation now rife that some sort of formal copulation between the two is imminent, senior Lib Dem party members have encouraged their leader not to give in to Cameron’s charms too easily.

    One told us, “Nick shouldn’t feel pressured. If David really wants him, he’ll be willing to wait for him.”

    “It seems like the only person who can’t see that David is only after him for his seats, is Nick. He’s becoming more smitten by the day, and I just know this will all end in tears.”

    “I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again, Nick Clegg is worth so much more than this, and he shouldn’t feel the need to do as David says just because he is scared he might lose him.”

    “Yes, he might enjoy a little roll in the hay now, but trust me, he’ll look back on this in years to come and wish he’d kept it in his pants.”

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  31. 118
    ester ransoms dog says:

    Beebs playing that Harperson slunk out of the back door of no 10 looking pissed-off so there is some good news today

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    • 134
      Unsworth says:

      Doesn’t she usually look pissed off? Or is simply that she’s fucking ugly? Anyway, I hope she’s in fucking agony, the monstrous cow.

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      • 139
        Zippy says:

        shes just an air brained gash with a husband who needs a good smack in the mouth with a one iron..that would shut his ascerbic kisser for a while.

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  32. 121
    Gobshite says:

    Is Sideshow Bob running the Liberals now?

    Would explain a lot.

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  33. 136
    Election Over says:

    Just see on the BBC news Sam Cam opened up the car door herself and got in without help from Dave. Dave said to her Election over help you fucking self I am not opening the car door for you again until the next election.

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  34. 138
    Jack Dromey's brain cell says:

    Surely OBL would do a job on him if we asked nicely??

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  35. 140

    [...] Left wing pundit Kevin Maguire of The Sun sees it as a Con-Dem-Nation in a pun worthy of Colbert, while libertarian blogger Guido Fawkes sees it the future a Con Lib Packed. [...]

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Diane Abbott on the Daily Politics:

“Labour MPs will unite behind Ed Miliband, once we find out what our policies are.”



It was only a tiny tiny collision.


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