June 9th, 2010

Mandy’s Leaving Plea

Instead of sending us to Sion Simon’s Swiss Viagra supplier, Labour-Uncut actually had an intriguing little snippet yesterday. It won’t get as much coverage as Liam Byrne’s letter to David Laws,nevertheless for those interested, Mandelson’s letter to his successor apparently simply stated “don’t let them break this department up.”

Wishful thinking perhaps for the huge counter-productive Whitehall empire that Mandy acquired. The Treasury has its cross-hairs firmly pointed at  the Department for Business Innovation and Skills, now in the equally slippery hands of Vince Cable. With the largest chunk of cuts coming their way, Mandy’s last wish looks unlikely to be granted.


161 Comments

  1. 1
    The Court of Public Opinion says:

    Loser Mandelson is literally getting his knickers in a twist in those 3 pics.

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    • 19

      are you all now gagging to actually suffer some of the austerity you voted for?

      nope – didn’t think so.

      =================
      all hope remains in Shorts

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    • 20

      are you all now gagging to actually suffer some of the austerity you voted for?

      nope – didn’t think so.

      =================
      all hope remains in Shorts

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      • 27
        AndrewSouthLondon says:

        5hortarsed
        When you have been living day to day on borrowed money, what makes living within your means “austerity”?

        Bring it on

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          I am Sick says:

          Nobody is gagging for austerity you stupid scotch pillock.
          What you fail to understand up there in La-La land, is the money that has supported your fantasy world has run out.
          It’s gone, over, finished, rather like your Labour party.
          Labour have pissed everything away, as usual and now the credit cards have to meeet the scissors yet again.
          When will you stupid socialists ever learn? There is no such thing as free and there is no such thing as government money.

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          • AC1 says:

            Don’t speak for everyone.

            I relish the honesty of an real economy not Labours Potemkin economy based on lying about debt.

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          • Bilderberg admit Dave is nothing but a NWO puppet says:

            Former Nato Secretary-General Admits Bilderberg runs the world and sets the global agenda for our leaders to follow.

            Former NATO Secretary-General and Bilderberg member Willy Claes has confounded claims by debunkers that the secret organization which met in Sitges Spain over the last few days does not set policy, admitting during a Belgian radio interview that Bilderberg attendees are mandated to implement decisions that are formulated during the annual conference of power brokers.

            In a radio interview reported on by the Belgian news website http://www.zonnewind.be, Claes told host Koen Fillet that Bilderberg does indeed decide policy for the coming year. Claes would certainly be in a position to know, being a two-time Bilderberg attendee as well as the eighth Secretary General of NATO from 1994 until 1995.

            Claes said that Bilderberg guests are normally given around 10 minutes of talk time, after which a report is compiled of their presentation.

            “The participants are then obviously considered to use this report in setting their policies in the environments in which they affect,” stated Claes, according to the translated text.

            All those wars, the EU, the banker bailout, all arranged by the bilderberg group, our politians have no input other than being the messenger.

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          • Peter Grimes says:

            Might be a reasonable assumption if Dave had been at this year’s Bilderberger – but he wasn’t.

            How are you left?

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          • Vote Dave, Gordon or tony and get Rothschild and his bilderberg banking stooges says:

            The asset stripping of our country, the ending of our borders, immigration policy, the deindustrialisation of the country, the fake charities, the quangos, the fake third world aid, the global warming hoax, the illegal wars, the troops dying to guard their drug crops!

            ALL dictated to our elected leaders by an unelected corporate mafia.

            Your vote means NOTHING all the while you vote and support the Lib Lab Con NWO Eurofascist puppet party.

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          • Stay asleep says:

            “Peter Grimes says:
            June 9, 2010 at 9:11 am
            Might be a reasonable assumption if Dave had been at this year’s Bilderberger – but he wasn’t.

            How are you left?”

            Left?

            First the list is generally kept secret, people are either caught in the act or admit they are going, second it is believed Dave was there in 2006, third his representatives will be there and his masters in the EU will certainly be there, remember the EU that makes 80% of our laws?.

            Countless bilderberg people could be running messages to Dave – perhaps it was Fat Ken or Osbore, both recorded as attending in the past, or Mould, or Major or Mandy, Tony or Balls?

            still don’t worry your little blue rinse wooly coat, the EU is just a trade agreement and the pointless illegal wars are just imagined!

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          • AC1 says:

            Don’t forget covering up Aliens preventing the sale of effective tin foil mind-protection headgear.

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          • Peter Grimes says:

            But this year’s attendance list HAS been published – look it up, wankstain!

            How are you left now?

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          • Tory bots - the dummest of the lot says:

            Oh and don’t forget everyone will drown or melt in 10 years due to global warming (even though it’s getting warmer an the whole thing was a proven conspiracy) if we don’t pay huge taxes to the banks the Bilderbergers run – yes you read that right! or if we don’t agree to the global hitler youth eco spies snooping on us for their global banking masters, yes the Hitler youth `Dave` announced was announced globally, starting with Obumma, Crudd and Gorgon, long before Dave started talking about it, but he got his orders and will impliment them just as he is told.

            Now switch on BBC for your daily feed of propaganda and brainwashing, while hugging your Tory bear like a good little brainwashed drone.

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          • Peter Grimes says:

            Stay asleep
            Countless bilderberg people could be running messages to Dave – perhaps it was Fat Ken or Osbore, both recorded as attending in the past, or Mould, or Major or Mandy, Tony or Balls?

            Can I lend you a slightly under-used tinfoil hat?

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          • Peter Grimes says:

            Is ‘dummest’ dummer than ‘dumbest’?

            That ZaNuLieBor edukashun clearly failed you!

            How are you left?

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          • Plastic Tories says:

            “Peter Grimes says:
            June 9, 2010 at 9:30 am
            But this year’s attendance list HAS been published – look it up, wankstain!

            How are you left now?”

            Er wondering why you think your strawman makes any difference to the facts that have been admited by those inside the bilderberg themselfs.

            First the attendees are generally kept secret, almost all lists known have been leaked by external sources using insiders and many ommisions are ALWAYS made to the lists!

            Other than that I have already adressed the issue of who attends and what they are there for as stated in their OWN words and the fact that a representaive is more than enough once you have been vetted as a reliable whore, which is probably why they scream NWO as often as they can, including Dave to show their masters they are following the program destroying the country and handing it over to the EU!

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          • Plastic Tories says:

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          • Listen to Dave blowing his NWO dog whistle for his masters! says:

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          • Can't remember my moniker says:

            More boring vids ….. yawn.

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          • One party state says:

            Perhaps Dave is getting his orders from Mandy again this year, perhaps him, Mandy and Osbore and the media barons will be meeting on Rothchilds boat again?

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          • Can't remember my moniker says:

            Fuck off chutney, you’re boring.

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      • 31
        AC1 says:

        Suffer “Austerity”?

        Suffer? We are relishing the fall in debt, the fall in forced transfers from our children, the downsizing of transfers from the private sector and the lowering of bureaucratic control of the economy.

        Enjoy is the word, not suffer.

        Bring it on!

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        Liar Byrne says:

        AUSTERITY
        noun
        1. plainness, economy, simplicity, severity, starkness, spareness, Spartanism abandoned buildings with a classical austerity
        2. asceticism, economy, rigidity, abstinence, self-discipline, chastity, sobriety, continence, puritanism, solemnity, self-denial, strictness, abstemiousness, chasteness, exactingness, Spartanism the years of austerity which followed the war
        3. A period in time in the aftermath of any Labour administration

        Usage:- in common expressions such as ‘Night follows day’, Pope – Catholic, Bear-woods, Labour – austerity

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  2. 2

    Me and the wife once attended an evening do in the presence of Mr Mandelson in the constituency of one of his erstwhile Cabinet chums. It was a Party fundraiser and we’d snaffled some free tickets from a student party member desperate to impress us.

    We met Mandleson and shook his hand. He seemed genuinely intrigued by Mrs Street. She never lets me forget this – the night she turned Mandelson.

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    • 9
      Sigmund Freud says:

      If you’d just fucked your wife, Mr Mandelson was probably smelling the spunk and getting all aroused and that.

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      • 13
        Duncan says:

        Sometimes a cigar is just a penis. Cigar! I mean a cigar.

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        Anonymous says:

        O/T but I just heard Prescott in full rant on radio 4 shouting at Zac Goldsmith.
        I think he said “for God’s sake” twice and “Buggered” at least once.
        On air!
        Now that is deplorable.
        You wouldn’t get such unedifying gutter talk on this site, would you?

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        • 81
          Peter Grimes says:

          Fat useless c.unt, is Fatty Prescott, but he is allowed by Al JaBeeBa to come on and rant at Tories because the Toady audience laps it up!

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    • 28
      Mr Plum says:

      Could not understand you, did you mean the wife and I

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      Can't remember my moniker says:

      Did they play Mandelson’s Wedding March at your wedding?

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  3. 3
    Peter Grimes says:

    But surely Lady Mangledbum doesn’t think that anyone else has her ability to manage such a diverse empire so it must be broken up!

    On top of that Lord Mynah’s is now, in a Bolloxian u-turn, saying that the last (hopefully!) ZaNuLieBor ‘government’ wasn’t up to it in economics terms, as though we didn’t already know.

    Useless bunch of onanists!

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      I am Sick says:

      Mass uncontrolled immigration, fiscal recklessness, the Labour baboons are doing 360’s all over the place.
      What next, Harridan Harmperson coming out with a policy saying racism and sexism is wrong and that people should be judged not by their colour or gender, but by what they can offer?
      Nah, that’s a step too far for the ZaNu bitch.

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  4. 4
    John says:

    She turned him gay?

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  5. 5
    QWERTY says:

    Mandy was probably talking about the shitters on Hampstead Heath, I don’t know if St Vince likes a bit of bottom action or not?

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  6. 6
    Lord Baron Lord Mandelcunt says:

    I’ll be back.

    Oops. I mean, In the back.

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    Mrs David Kelly says:

    It would need a heart of stone not to be amused by both the lashings of liberal comeuppance and the tortuous construction of Mandybum’s exhortation.

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  8. 8
    Sarah Macauley says:

    Gordon’s gone to Morisson’s to get sticker albums for my sons.

    I’m visiting Canterbury for a few months. I mean weeks. Sorry, I mean just a few days.

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      cant hunter says:

      I see Sarah’s twitter post yesterday commended the return of Stephen Twigg to the Commons after the recent knife attack on him. The obvious question is, if Mr Twigg can return so soon after a serious assault, where the hell’s Gordon ? I assume a conspiracy to keep his whereabouts and possibly his health out of the public eye.

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  9. 10
    Lord Prescott of Butter Ghee says:

    I like my meat.

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  10. 11
    Harridan Hardperson says:

    I do hope you’ll all enjoy my cracking jokes at PMQs this afternoon. Ayesha’s been up since last week writing them.

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  11. 12
    Get Smart says:

    Every cretin appointed by liebour during the time in office should be sacked just retitle their jobs and make them reapply.

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      AC1 says:

      I like the shorter version…

      “Every cretin appointed by liebour during the time in office should be sacked “

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  12. 14
    Marc Blow Ten says:

    Mandy always has bags of energy. He’s full of beans. Or should that be full of spunk?

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  13. 15
    50 Calibre says:

    What does the Foreign & Commonwealth Office actually do?

    Why do we need quite so many embassies?

    Isn’t it about time the huge cost of the anachronistic behemoth that is the FCO came in for some seriously cost trimming?

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    • 47
      I am Sick says:

      The EU want to help with that dilemma, so we are going to close all our embassies or hand them over to the gorgeous EU.
      Unelected Baroness Ashcroft, will get her empire and I doubt if Cameron has the guts to say no, to yet another power grab, that we will still be paying for, without all that pesky democracy stuff, getting in the way.

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      • 75
        Unsworth says:

        No, it’s Ashton. Ashcroft is the guy that the Labour nutters were all screaming about before they got turfed out. He’s also not a Baroness (at least, in public).

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    • 160
      Cecil Roads says:

      If your aunty Nellie was among those caught out anywhere in Europe and further afield by the recent Icelandic volcano eruption she would be able to tell you, you cupid stunt.

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  14. 16
    Mitch says:

    Destroy it, sack all who work there, demolish the building and salt the ground.

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    • 138
      Maximus says:

      Mandelson should be investigated for the variety of roles he has performed for, among others, a Russian national Deripaska, who is personna non grata in the USA, including but not restricted to any involvement in the procuring of a sizeable ‘loan’ from one of the banks just then conveniently ‘nationalized’ by his good friend and puppet McCavity.

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  15. 17
    Welcome_the_New_Bosses says:

    Right-Click; Rename
    every stupid title given to departments by Nu_Lab
    Let them be remembered thus:

    Fish Recreation & Sport
    Divorces, Homes & Families
    Food, Agriculture & Pies
    Commonwealth, Communities & Flexible Borders

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  16. 18
    Cassandra King says:

    The so called cuts that the social democratic coalition are planning, whats the betting that any so called ‘services’ that the government supposedly ‘cut’ will be taken over by the EU with its massively increased budget?

    Whats the betting that the EU will pick up massive new areas of responsibility and the libsocdem coalition will pass them off as savings, a perfect way to dupe the gullible public eh?
    Look for the small print soon where quangos are NOT wiped out but passed onto the EU to control BUT still financed by the UK with some very nifty accounting gymnastics.
    Its a good news story all round, we get to keep those ‘services’ we have all come to adore and the EU gets to run them for us just so the libsocdem coalition can claim to be cutting the budget.
    Come the autumn you just watch the power grabs by the EU dressed up to look like fiscal belt tightening, you voted for a eurosceptic party but what you got was a eurotrash collaborator regime desperate to hand over massive amounts of power to Brussels. ENJOY YOUR NEW FUTURE.

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    • 25
      Mr Plum says:

      I suspect your right there, never thought of that I must be slipping, got carried away with the new government and broke my rule of always believing the exact opposite of they say.

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    • 42
      Postlethwaite says:

      A number of people did vote for a eurosceptic party called ukip.
      If the conservatives had embraced euro sceptisism (sp) they would not need the scum they have cosied up to.

      http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopics/politics/ukip/7693877/General-Election-2010-Ukip-challenge-cost-Tories-a-Commons-majority.html

      Postle

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        I am Sick says:

        Has Cameron sent his budget over for Rumpoy’s approval yet? The capo di capo, want’s to make sure we are not breaking any of his rules, you know, the one’s we’ve never voted for.

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      • 63
        Blue Lady says:

        Totally agree with you on UKIP. They didn’t receive any seats but unfortunately their votes cost the Tories the majority they needed. As a result, we have ended up in coalition with the most Europhile party there is. I suggest if there is another GE in the near future, (don’t see how this coalition will survive once the tough decisions start being made especially on things like cuts and Europe -the Limp Dems won’t like it) the Tories stand on their Eurosceptic ticket and join forces with UKIP. Most Tories are Eurosceptic as are most of the British public

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          Max the Impaler says:

          Remember the chap riding the bomb down on ‘Dr. Strangelove’…well thats the perfect metaphor for the Liblabcon eussr economic policy.

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    P. Mandevilson, the Eminence Greasy says:

    That’s just Liebourspeak for ‘Keep spending money even though Liar Byrne says there’s no money left – just keep spending and spending until we’re just a Banana Republic’.

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    the Daily Lethargy says:

    Mandelson – couldn’t be arsed about this odious Hunt – not in the mood to say anymore

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    • 38
      Mandy says:

      You are all oiks of the lower classes with whom I have nothing in common. time. I choose to spend my time with a much nicer class of person like the Rothchilds, royalty and wealthy Russians.

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      • 53
        I am Sick says:

        How was the Bilderberger meeting in Spain’s gay capital Mandy? Did you have a chance to savour the nightlife of Sitges, in between your cosy chats about making the rich richer and reducing the world population, by force if needed?

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        • 69
          Baron Mandelson of Foy in the County of Herefordshire and of Hartlepool in the County of Durham says:

          Very nice thankyou. Did i see little Georgie Osborne catch my eye from across the room? Poor boy, he seemed somewhat shy about being recognised and spent most of the time looking for an exit that the gentlemen of the press had failed to cover. I wonder why he doesn’t want you know his whereabouts. Could it be his budget cuts have to meet Bilderberger approval?

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      • 56
        nell says:

        Don’t forget your libyan and east euro mafia pals and bliar.

        Nice company you keep.

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  19. 26
    The big D says:

    I just read the Uncut article.

    The writer has spent their life in a parallel universe, or has written the article ensuring nearly all connection with reality was removed.

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    AC1 says:

    It seemed to be a department more concerned with finding jobs for ex-MPs than helping employers in this country (the best the DTI could do anyway was get out of the way).

    Oh and all the sexist and racist “help” (you have to be black and female to qualify for most of what was on offer) left a bad taste in the mouth.

    Unhelpful & Expensive & Patronising & Useless = Close it down.

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  21. 35
    Marc Blow Ten says:

    Oh, matron!

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  22. 39
    Can't remember my moniker says:

    “don’t let them break this department up.” The plea of the puppet master.

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  23. 40
    Biffo says:

    As already suggested, anything Mandelson was involved in should be razed to the ground & the ground then salted. One of the most despicable & contemptible members of the NeueArbeit cabal.

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  24. 45
    Darth Mandelson says:

    I find your lack of faith disturbing.

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  25. 46
    Hugh Janus says:

    If Mandelslime thinks it is a good idea to keep the department as it is, you can bet your life that it needs abolishing, and very rapidly, such was the quality of judgement and decision-making in NuLiebour.

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  26. 51
    THE BISHOP RODGER ALLBOYS says:

    Put some toilet paper on his seat
    or you might get parliamentry aids

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      Can't remember my moniker says:

      Subscriber trunk dialling was what I grew up understanding STD to mean. O tempora.

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  27. 58
    Grimelord says:

    O/T Just heard Prescott and Goldsmith discussing planning applications. Goldsmith had some good arguments regarding the change of gardens to Green field sites, however, Prescott was true to form. He kept on chanting “same old Tory party, the party of the few and not the many”. But the best one for me was when he said that the Tories were the party of Mansion owners (or something similar). I therefore assume that all the Labour MPs live in modest terraced and semi-detached houses!

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    • 65
      jgm2 says:

      Oh the cu*nts just make you puke. Guido put up a clip the other night of Denis McShane heckling through what you would think would be a sob*r debate on changing anonymity rules regarding those accused of rape. I can see both sides of the argument.

      But even more telling than the pi55ed-up jackass McShane heckling was a clip in the same debate about five minutes prior where so desperate to sound earnest fucking horrible Labour woman was going on about how she was pleased that the government was ‘back-peddling or U-turning…’ (see it at 23:14:30 on the clip) or some other triumphalist we-beat-the-Tories shit. You just want to reach through the screen and burst her face with a kick.

      Look you silly bitch. This is serious stuff. This isn’t a time for ‘we won, we won’ shit. If the government changes its mind then good. It’s a sign that they’re listening not the same shower of triumphalist cu*nts like Alistair ‘You Lost’ Campbell who just delighted in railroading through every fucked-up notion that popped into their fucked up heads.

      CU*NTS.

      Even now they’re out of power they still remind you every time they show up what a bunch of unreconstructed CU*NTS they remain.

      The Tory guy’s face is a picture. He just cannot get his head around why these Labour jackasses are heckling. Neither can I. It’s fucking incomprehensible.

      Those Labour MPs still lucky enough to have a job have learned absolutely nothing.

      Pure fucking scum.

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      • 76
        Grimelord says:

        Completely agree. Labour are a sack of shit. I really hope the leadership contest rips them apart. F*cking socialist w*nk flaps.

        Prescott is a C*nt

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      • 87
        Southern Softy says:

        Nice rant. Couldn’t have put it better myself. Liebour are still in denial. Just wait until their boundaries are changed and we get one now for two then. Add the reduction in overall numbers and it could be one instead of three.
        It could even get rid of scum like McShane and the odious Jeremy Corbyn seen on DP Tuesday.

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      • 100
        Peter Grimes says:

        Little Georgie Osborne upset class warrior Dennis Skinner, The Now Toothless Beast of Bolsover too! Ignored the gobby gobshite!

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        • 106
          jgm2 says:

          When was this? Was it funny? Can we have a link so we can all enjoy it?

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          • jgm2 says:

            Thankyou Mr Grimes.

            I can see how Osborne’s delivery would get up the socialists noses. He does have the same sort of delivery as that Brian Sewell. And in another life – one where we hadn’t endured 13 years of abject idiocy then I’d take an instant dislike to Osborne.

            However having endured 13 years of Labour idiocy then anything, that in any small way, upsets the likes of the jackass Skinner and the rest of the savages that destroyed the UK economy is cause for merriment. So, for now, I’m prepared to cut him some slack. Although Letts comparison of the snide young Osborne to the snide young Brown of 1997 is not so much a back-handed compliment as a full-on baseball-bat-in-the-teeth compliment.

            God, Labour really do bring out the worst in everybody.

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          Dame Mandelson of Jacksy says:

          And that screaming woofter Chris Bryant who posed half naked on Gaydar to attract another screaming woofter.

          The only thing this C*unt is famous for other than being the first man to marry another f*cking man in the dining room at Westminster.

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      • 140
        North, but not Scotland says:

        Hitting the nail right on the head as usual jgm2. The following is contempt of court, but it has been causing me sleepless nights for years so here goes. I was on the jury of a rape trial once. Eight women, four men. The four men considered the accused guilty, which, on the evidence presented to us, he was beyond any doubt, let alone reasonable doubt. However the eight women thought him innocent. One woman even said “that could have been my son in the dock, and I couldn’t send him to prison”.
        I shit you not.
        It’s a bit pathetic, but I take some comfort that the victim would know that at least some people believed her. I considered there to have been proof without her testimony anyway.
        If there were all male juries, you would get more convictions in rape trials.

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        • 149
          jgm2 says:

          Speaking to a solicitor recently – they used to be able to reject more jurors than they can now apparently. She was telling me that they used to be able to reject one or two for no reason at all. So at the start of the week they’d target one chap (or woman) – just for a laugh – and keep them sitting there all fortnight without ever being called.

          That bloke in Cumbria did one thing right.

          Anyway, what she also said was that you always pick as many women as possible and also as old as possible. All mums see. All they see is their little boy in the dock. Brings out the mother in them. Dunno why they don’t see their little girl in the witness box but there you go.

          Women. Fucking nutters.

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    • 110
      AC1 says:

      Oh great just what we need even less housing.

      Crowded country requires MORE housing not less.

      As expected this government will continue the policies of rent-seeking regardless of the economic consequences.

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      • 133
        jgm2 says:

        I agree about housing. 90% or whatever of the folk living in rabbit hutches in our major cities all being told that the greenbelt is for their enjoyment.

        What a crock of shit. I live in the fucking country. 90% of folk in the city only come out to the country to dr*ve around at 70 miles an hour on their way to some other city. They don’t give a fuck about the countryside.

        Every cu*nt in the whole UK paying three times what a house is worth just so they can have cows flashing past their c*r at 70mph on the odd weekend. Meanwhile, out in the country, pubs are closing, little shops closing, post offices closing, the whole bucolic vison dying on its feet because what was already just about marginal has been fucked over by the lure of out-of-town supermarkets.

        If they want to keep employment up then fire Brown’s miracle million then hire a different million on Labourer’s wages (1/3 of Brown’s office-bound jackasses), issue them with a pick and lets get some infrastructure and new housing organised.

        Left and Right alike all want the whole fucking UK to support the price of their insanely overvalued houses. The last cabinet seemed to spend more time organising their tax-payer-sponsored property empires than running the country.

        It’s almost as if, absent house price appreciation, we had no economy at all.

        Oh.

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    jgm2 says:

    Just more self-serving martyrdom bollocks from a failed ex-government.

    Oh, I’ll be fine but just think of the little people. Don’t break up the department. They do such good work.

    Yeah. Feted the world over it is.

    Prick.

    Just like the Maximum Imbecile waxing lyrical about how he only wanted to be PM because of how much good it gives you the authority to do. The inference being that he’d actually done anything of any good at all beyond playing at being king. Stupid cu*nt convening cobra meetings over a leak of Foot and Mouth from one of his under-maintained government Labs.

    Useless cu*nt.

    Look at me! I’m king!

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    • 89
      Can't remember my moniker says:

      queen – purlease

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    • 98
      sockpuppet #4 says:

      I don’t know why you’re supprised about brown. Its just a psychological fault for all the buggers.

      Thats the way successful politicians think. Indeed, you’d think that anyone who wants to rule us would actually believe they were going to do very good things, otherwise they wouldnt bother.

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      • 117
        jgm2 says:

        Do you know, I think that is the mistake that people who don’t go into politics make.

        I think people like us, when we were younger and more naive, believed that people go into politics because they do want to do good things. That, misguided or not, they believe they can make positive changes. But living through the past 13 years of idiocy and expense scandals and cash for peerages, cash-for-access and politics reduced to ‘you lost- get over it’ by government spokesmen and wars just plucked out of fresh air and all the rest of the shit I am forced to concede that politics is anything other than an opportunity for politicians to do good deeds.

        It’s just an asylum for power-crazed lunatics. If they achieve any good at all it is purely a random act – a by-product of some self-serving act of egregious stupidity. Just as Brown didn’t take us into the Euro was a good thing but purely an accident. Because, he realised had he done so, that he personally [fuck the good of the country] would immediately become irrelevant.

        So it is with the past 13 years of utter self-serving mendacity.

        So yes, we got some new hospital. But at about three times what they should have cost. Why? Because the imbecile government made a decision to measure investment by how much they could squander. Not by results but by input. So we got schools’n’hospitals and that but as an accidental by-product of the monumental amount of money tipped into the hole.

        CU*NT McConnell, when losing the Scottish election, actually said ‘I make no apologies for spending umpty billion pounds more on the NHS..’ No thought at all about value for money. Just get the big number on the front pages. Fuck the output. Brag about the input.

        Oh Christ. What a disaster.

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          g1lgam3sh says:

          First question in any situation involving one or more humans…Cui Bono?

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        • 158
          Hugh Janus says:

          That was always Fatty Prescott’s line – whenever one of his policies was criticised he would point out how much taxpayers’ cash has been spent on it (and wasted of course). What a pillock.

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    nell says:

    Wonder if he’s going to become the next CEO of BP? Seems likely doesn’t it since the current CEO is fast sinking beneath the slime. Seems an appropriate job for a sleazy spin merchant and serial liar like mandy.

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      Engineer says:

      Mandy anywhere near BP would spell the start of it’s slow decline. He knows all about being oily and greasy, but nothing whatever about the finding, extraction, transport or refining of those substances. The rest of the (intensely competitive) oil industry would tear him to shreds in weeks. Wrong man for the job.

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      • 84
        albie here says:

        BP are slow in using him,it’s like reading a newspaper that’s six months out of date,it has some information that may be relevant today but the rest is totally out of date,if they had used him when he had power then ok,but each day he loses that power,because the new one’s in charge know he has nothing to offer as he slip’s down the greasy pole even if he had anything on anybody he’s far to late as nobody would believe him.

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      • 93
        Peter Grimes says:

        Think of the link-up opportunities with his mates the Ruskies!

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      • 122
        Anonymous says:

        Tear him to shreds?

        The perfect ‘man’ for the job.

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    • 148
      YokshireLad says:

      Jonathan Porrit

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  30. 64
    Engineer says:

    “Mandy’s Leaving”.

    What is it about the juxtaposition of those two words that is so delightful?

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  31. 88
    Owl Pellet says:

    chutney

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      Can't remember my moniker says:

      Chutney – the substance that comes out of gay man’s ass when he farts. A mixture of shit, semen, and vasoline. Urban Dic.

      Hope you have all had breakfast.

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      • 119
        jgm2 says:

        I think I need another one now.

        Ugh.

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        • 132
          Can't remember my moniker says:

          My dad used to say that the advantage of serving in the Navy was that you had eight square meals a day, four down, four up.

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  32. 96
    Liar Byrne says:

    AUSTERITY
    noun
    1. plainness, economy, simplicity, severity, starkness, spareness, Spartanism abandoned buildings with a classical austerity
    2. asceticism, economy, rigidity, abstinence, self-discipline, chastity, sobriety, continence, puritanism, solemnity, self-denial, strictness, abstemiousness, chasteness, exactingness, Spartanism the years of austerity which followed the war
    3. A period in time in the aftermath of any Labour administration

    Usage:- in common expressions such as ‘Night follows day’, Pope – Catholic, Bear-woods, Labour – austerity

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    Lest we forget ........... says:

    Where is Brown?

    Did he really reduce the PMs salary from £194k to£150k?

    Why is nobody shouting this info about?

    Is he sick (sic) ?

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    • 115
      Sarah Twatter says:

      My husband, my weirdo.

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    • 147
      Maximus says:

      At least the Sinn Feinians are happy to tell us both that they won’t, and why they won’t, be taking their seats in the Mother of Parliaments. Regardless of what you think of their justification, it at least shows a respect for democracy conspicuous by its absence from McCavity himself, and ranging from Mrs McCavity to Brown’s Bullshitting Claque who either know the situation regarding the ex Maximum Imbecile or are not prepared to report the facts.

      Where is McCavity the hollow man?

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        streamfisher says:

        Beginning:
        Macavity’s a Mystery Cat: he’s called the Hidden Paw –
        For he’s the master criminal who can defy the Law.
        He’s the bafflement of Scotland Yard, the Flying Squad’s despair:
        For when they reach the scene of crime – Macavity’s not there!
        End:
        And they say that all the Cats whose wicked deeds are widely known
        (I might mention Mungojerrie, I might mention Griddlebone)
        were nothing more than agents for the Cat who all the time
        Just controlled their operations: the Napoleon of Crime!

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    Mandelson:- Lord of the Ring says:

    Just to say I’m off to Corfu to my little villa to meet up with my mates and little Georgie O, My wealthy Russian Friend and Rothschidren. Time to chill after the hectic time of the election and subsequent planning for return of the Labour Party. Biggest problem we’ve got at the moment is dear old Gordo he still thinks he and only he can save the world, so the padded cell and tranquilisers seem the best short term route until we can organise a new brain washing session!! Love you and leave you.

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  35. 142
    Can't remember my moniker says:

    “I’m not the sort of person that would want to upset people” John McDonnell

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  36. 159
    Anonymous says:

    It really is time we had a Police investigation into the last administrations handling of the destruction of the economy.

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