June 29th, 2010

Dave Shows Disdain for Gordon’s Desertion of Duty

In the Commons yesterday for Dave’s statement on the G8, when Harriet Harman asked him to give due credit to Gordon Brown for his work on international development, Dave retorted “I’d be delighted to, if he could be bothered to turn up to this House.”

If Gordon is taking the time to write his memoirs at our expense he should be ashamed. If he is in fact mentally incapacitated (cue howls of protest, but the rumours are circulating most widely in Labour circles) then he should stand down and take a rest.

Gordon was famous for his Macavity instinct – avoiding negative situations – this negative situation will continue until he either goes back to “getting on with the job” for which he is paid, or he resigns. The sooner the better.

UPDATE : Think last night’s vote on VAT was a three-line whip and Gordon didn’t care to vote. So much for standing up for fairness, remember “I will never let you down”…


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  1. 1
    Anonymouse says:

    There’s a story going around in the Telegraph that his colleagues haven’t had a whip round for his going away present.

    What would they give him I wonder? How about a signed copy of Blair’s memoirs when he eventually gets round to writing them.

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      Oh and by the way says:

      How about an invoice for his inordinate spending of public money?

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        running on empty says:

        turns the quote of the day into a ‘story’

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        • 23

          It is quite a skill.

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          • pmt008 says:

            How many people does it take to start the recall of a politician? Not a joke, a serious question on whether there are enough non-Labour voters in his constituency to see if he’d bother to turn up to answer on where he’s been.
            Maybe he might even fail to turn up to get on a bi-election ballot paper!

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      • 22
        Tessa Tickles says:

        A screen-saver for his computer, showing an empty bank vault where 395 tonnes of gold used to be before the mong sold it for peanuts, and a real-time display of the financial loss of said gold to Britain.

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          Head Lizard says:

          still waiting foe the FOI result that said the facts had to be published BEFORE the election,maybe a story there!!!!!!!

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    • 5
      The Ape Man Commeth says:

      This is the time for all good people to keep turning the screw on the fucking traitor, he has to pay for his crimes.

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    • 8
      Unsworth says:

      Apparently some geezer has recently written a book on Courage (no, not the brewers). Maybe a nice leather-bound copy would be appropriate – and cheap.

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    • 10
      Engineer says:

      A signed copy of “Economics for Dummies”?

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      • 20
        George Osborne says:

        I have read it and totally ignored its contents.
        As you can see from my contractionary budget.
        But us millionaires have managed to evade paying our contribution to reducing the deficit, we have charged all our losses to the peasants.
        Result!

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        • 26
          Unsworth says:

          Not George Osborne. Even he knows it’s not ‘us millionaires’ it’s ‘we millionaires’. And he certainly knows the difference between evade and avoid.

          Are you some sort of State Education offering?

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          • George Osborne says:

            Are you a millionaire like us Unsworth?
            No?
            Whatever would we do without imbeciles like you defending us millionairs getting out of paying our contribution to the deficit while you pick up our tab.
            Without cretins like you none of our cuts would be possible.
            Thanks.

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          • Unsworth says:

            Offshore, old boy. See, I managed to ‘avoid’ rather than ‘evade’.

            Now, where’s yours?

            Oh, and ‘millionairs’? I guess so.

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          • AC1 says:

            It’s probably Tat crying because he thinks he’s going to get less money for all his disabilities.

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          • The dirty cripple himself says:

            aaaah i’ve been found out

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        • 35
          Engineer says:

          So you’ve produced a budget aimed at adjusting the nation’s financial affairs so that we don’t spend more than we earn. Sounds good to me. If it upsets the loony lefty trolls at the same time, so much the better. Shame about the Sheffield Forgemasters loan, but hey-ho, can’t make an omelette without breaking eggs.

          Go to it George, you’re doing OK so far, and the signs for the future look good!

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          • The IMF is not coming says:

            Guess Forge masters will have to borrow the money from the Bank like the rest of us.

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          • UNEMPLOYMENT TO REACH 3MILLION+ WITHIN A YEAR YOU CAN BET ON IT says:

            Adjusting the nation’s financial affairs?
            Hmm… we have lent the banks hundreds of billions of pounds and in return they will pay us back a poxy two billion a year levy.
            If that levy had been double we would not have had a VAT rise.
            Not much of a readjustment, Engineer.
            Oh, and let us hope that when the crime rate in this country sores due to unemployment and cuts to training and services that you are not attacked and killed by a member of the burgeoning criminal class.
            It would be ironic, wouldn’t it, that you had argued in favour of increasing the criminal class and then be killed by one of them?
            You’d have to laugh at the irony as you lay on the ground with a knife sticking out your ribs all because someone didn’t have enough money to buy any food, wouldn’t you?

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          • Bankers says:

            Yes you tell him drone.we may lend you your money,we may not,either way you will pay,again and again

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          • Mong Zoo says:

            Ozzy and the bankers,one works for the other.

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    • 48
      herewegoagain says:

      It would be nice if we could also target all the people who implemented his policies, viz the Civil Service, and bring them to account.

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  2. 2
    Hugh Janus says:

    Resign. “It’s the right thing to do”.

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      Story's are scarce says:

      marker pens have felt tips not metal so no digging in,non story

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      • 91
        Story's are scarce says:

        what is the mod?
        m*arker pens have felt tips not metal so no digging in,non story

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      • 217
        Anonymous says:

        1.blame the telegraph

        2. I think we are meant to read between the lines, as it were, as we are all capable of making that deduction.

        3. somehow the table got damaged.

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    • 265
      Gordon Brown says:

      Im glad I damaged that table…
      and it wasn’t with a pen…it was a knife and I used to stab pictures of the Cabinet…

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  4. 6
    Gordon Down says:

    Listen you lot of right wing thickos it was the electorate who got it wrong I could do no wrong as my memoirs will reveal . . . . so shut up

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    • 51
      Mr and Mrs 'Satisfied' from essex says:

      there there chin grinner calm down dear and bend over that suite…sarahs coming..brace yourself this should hurt …hopefully

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  5. 7
    MI5 says:

    Right on Gudio

    He also left the worst situation for any incoming Prime Minsiter in British History

    And BTW…

    Where is Blinky (TM) ??!!

    We want Blinky….!

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    The Dinner Ladies meet Balls says:

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      Unsworth says:

      It’s mostly contracted out to people like Compass, anyway. Gerry Robinson’s political positions were/are interesting – as is his history.

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    • 31
      Willsteed says:

      Is the token whitey Kinnocks wife?

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      • 90
        Anonymous says:

        Only if there is expenses to be had.

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        • 167
          I am Sick says:

          Say what you like about Balls, in that outfit he looks to the apron born. Should get himself a stall at Keighley market, “lovely chops Mrs, lovely chops £5 for six, lovely chops”.

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    • 59
      WankerWatch says:

      balls is such a slimey c’unt it really irritates just to see him playing silly roles amongst the gullible he manages to inflict himself upon…sad twat.

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    • 199
      Concerned says:

      How very, urm, ‘ethnic’.

      I am surprised at the absence of that rice an’ pea woman. With industrial strength food processing facilities at such close quarters her nonappearance is staggering.

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      • 248
        genghiz the kahn says:

        Where’s Jackie, isn’t she fit only to be a dinner lady, though I wouldn’t trust her not to scoff all the ingredients.

        Who ate all the pies? You Fat Bastard, You Fat Bastard, Ed Balls,

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  7. 11
    ryetwing says:

    You are bang on the money with this one Guido.

    Brown seems oblivious to the fact that he was booted out of office on the back of a scandal over MPs remuneration and here he is already abusing the system.

    I think Brown can face reality

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  8. 12
    MI5 says:

    And one interesting point co-conspirators

    The Welfare State is being axed across Europe…by necessity to avoid national ban ‘kruptcy etc…

    Socialism was an error of History…

    Socialists throughout Europe and now busy eating their hats (and many other things) and no longer have NO REASON TO EXIST..

    All the more reason for liberals to form the real opposition throughout Europe…

    And even with a major crisis of capitalism Socialists are losing elections across Europe…

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    • 14
      MI5 says:

      No longer have a REASON TO EXIST, sorry !

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      • 42
        herewegoagain says:

        As long as there is inequality there will be socialists!
        Clearly the new breed of tories/ banksters have conveniently forgotten what went before?

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        • 47
          Susie says:

          That would be the workhouse and debtors’ prison… hang on, that’s a great idea.

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        • 55
          libertarian says:

          As long as there are socialists there will be inequality. 4 legs good two legs bad

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          • herewegoagain says:

            Its a balance, is it not?

            Right now all we are seeing is the Tories turning on the weak – viz this http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/politics/10436374.stm – and by the way I know this bloke, he is really ill – and total silence and forgiveness for the establishment that caused it.

            We’re in a global economy that will never see full employment again, time to adjust and reduce the inequality of wealth.
            ps – selling CDOs is not wealth creation!

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          • AC1 says:

            Rubbish. Unemployment is caused by taxes on investment, employment, working, and spending (i.e. Socialism).

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          • Emergency Budgie says:

            Unemployment is caused by an expectation that the jobs will come to you.

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          • UNEMPLOYMENT TO REACH 3MILLION+ WITHIN A YEAR YOU CAN BET ON IT says:

            If capitalism cannot create sufficient numbers of jobs across the country then what is the point of that economic model for the working class?
            We are at a precipice and if the Tory morons on this thread fail to see that then they will be cutting of their noses to spite their faces.
            Not very clever.

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          • UNEMPLOYMENT TO REACH 3MILLION+ WITHIN A YEAR YOU CAN BET ON IT says:

            And it is amusing to note how vigorously the Tories attack the centralisation of state power but when it comes to the centralisation of capitalist power ie people having to move around the country hunting for work, they are as quiet as church mice.
            It is the height of hypocrisy and dimwittedness.

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          • Jock Strapped says:

            Eh?

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          • Emergency Budgie says:

            Poor old dimwitted tat thinks that capitalism is a political system like socialism. It is not. It is an economic system.

            The only one which is proven to produce real wealth and real jobs.

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          • herewegoagain says:

            AC1, Capitalism isn’t an egalitarian utopia, the winners soon fix the game so no one else has a chance.

            Look at the domination of very sector by a few large businesses who are too big to fail.

            They are dictatorships run by a small number for their personal benefit – as they become drunk on power they decide they can fix the market, and the politicians, to suit themselves.

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      Mong Zoo says:

      The bankers bankrupted the system,we bailed the banks out.Worldwide they have been bailed out to the tune of 4 trillion and that does not count the non pound or dollar currency’s. They did nothing with that money except go back to doing exactly what got them into the shit in the first place. So don’t be flim flammed by the bullshit coming out of government.They work together,always have and always will.

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      • 113
        Mong Zoo says:

        take 2
        The bankers bankr*upted the system,we bailed the banks out.Worldwide they have been bailed out to the tune of 4 trillion and that does not count the non pound or dollar currency’s. They did nothing with that money except go back to doing exactly what got them into the shit in the first place. So don’t be flim flammed by the bullshit coming out of government.They work together,always have and always will.
        Reply

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    DAVID CAMERON IS GETTING HIS EXCUSES READY FOR UNEMPLOYMENT HITTING 3 MILLION + says:

    We know our budget will push the country back into recession so let’s keep banging on about what a state Gordon Brown left the country’s finances in to take everyone’s attention away from what a fucking awful budget we have introduced.

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    • 28
      Tessa Tickles says:

      Awe, diddums! Did nasty Dave’s budget take away your housing benefits? Poor little parasite! Will little parasite now have to get a job? Bless!

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        UNEMPLOYMENT TO REACH 3MILLION+ WITHIN A YEAR YOU CAN BET ON IT says:

        As I receive no benefits whatsoever and work in the private sector the answer to your question is no, Tessa.
        When incomes on those on benefits is reduced and when criminal activities increase and your precious party cut the spending of the police and you are lying on the floor bleeding having been mugged and stabbed perhaps then you will realise how foolish such policies were and what a fool you were for promoting them.
        But as you are so thick maybe you won’t.

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        • 43
          Susie says:

          Oh right… either pay us to sit on our arses or we’ll mug you.

          Figures.

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          • UNEMPLOYMENT TO REACH 3MILLION+ WITHIN A YEAR YOU CAN BET ON IT says:

            Facts Susie, facts. If you wish to ignore the fact that poverty leads to and increase in crime then you too may well end up being stabbed or perhaps even worse.

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          • WankerWatch says:

            UNEMPLOYMENT TO REACH 3MILLION+ WITHIN A YEAR YOU CAN BET ON IT …get a life twat and up the dose

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          • UNEMPLOYMENT TO REACH 3MILLION+ WITHIN A YEAR YOU CAN BET ON IT says:

            Good to see all the Tory trolls out in force today.
            They really are on the back foot.

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          • Yeah….you really have them on the run, i’ll bet they’re shitting themselves after your post.

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          • UNEMPLOYMENT TO REACH 3MILLION+ WITHIN A YEAR YOU CAN BET ON IT says:

            Well, Concrete Pump, as they have lost the argument they probably are.

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          • Emergency Budgie says:

            Yeah I’m shitting myself knowing TOP BOY is back on song.

            Yeah right.

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        • 50
          Blinkered Blinky says:

          Foolish policies……………………..
          Now where do we start, 13 years to chose from

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        • 60
          Sir Reginald Titbrain says:

          Why do you have to spoil a reasonable point with ‘But as you are so thick maybe you won’t.’ ?

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        • 64
          libertarian says:

          You obviously missed the ONS stats that show that 8 million people in the UK currently don’t have a job, so if the new lot reduced that to just 3 million that would be a result.

          calling others thick when you aren’t the sharpest in the toolbox isn’t a good strategy. I wonder what it is you do in the private sector? Go large, fries with that?

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          • Tessa Tickles says:

            I don’t think they trust him with the food.

            Toilet cleaning duties only. But, fair play, it is a job, and better than claiming benefits.

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          • UNEMPLOYMENT TO REACH 3MILLION+ WITHIN A YEAR YOU CAN BET ON IT says:

            You are going round in circles, libertarian.
            Whose fault is it that 8 million people are not in work?
            If you were being paid more to not work than to work then you would remain out of work, would you not?
            So, the fault lies with the amount of wages being paid being so low that is is no longer profitable for so many millions of people not working.
            Those on benefits receive 50 – 80 pounds a week so the level of benefits is low but the real incentives to not work are the fact that those people also receive housing benefits and do not pay council tax.
            The private sector that you worship has failed to provide sufficient numbers of jobs or a decent living wage, that is why so many have given up on capitalism.
            Whose fault is it that rents are so high? It is the governments fault for not providing enough housing. You, in your flawed logic, are probably happy about this because restricting housing supply leads to an increase in property prices but, you see, you cannot have it both ways.
            You should face up to the facts instead of just moaning about them.
            You are just one of life’s whingers.

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          • Emergency Budgie says:

            High unemployment is the fault of the Labour government squeezing the private sector until the pips squeak.

            A large public sector must be finances by taking an increasing cut from the private sector. That puts pressure on the private sector and reduces it.

            But the public sector is not reduced pro rata. So it must ask for an increasingly large proportion from the dwindling private sector.

            Tat, read my lips

            ONLY THE PRIVATE SECTOR PRODUCES WEALTH. LABOUR AND SOCIALISM HAVE KILLED THE GOLDEN GOOSE.

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        • 115
          Cynic says:

          Naw ….we will blame Gordon for it and so will the public

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        • 118
          Tessa Tickles says:

          Ahhh, the poor little parasite’s screaming. “Come back, Gordon! Lead your glorious Parasite Party back to power! The electorate hate you and all you stand for, but I don’t, Gordon! Run my life for me, pleeeeease!”

          I love the sound of screaming parasites, it makes me so hot!

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        • 145
          AC1 says:

          Someone thinks that the poor are all criminals bribed by taxpayers moeny into not robbing their fellow citizens.

          What a disgusting person.

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        • 146

          Interestingly poverty and crime did not go hand in hand to the same extent as it now does until the “socialists” began preaching that me not having a plasma TV while you did was “unfair”. In the past our grandparents worked for everything they had and taught some of us that was the right way to do it as well – and if we did commit theft, burglary or muggings they damned well shopped us to the police for it. Nor did we have the legal parasites like Mrs Blair rushing into court at the tax payers expense to defend some little yob and argue that “society” had “forced him into crime because of the ‘inequalities'”. Difference is that until socialism came along, most of us – and yes, I started out “in poverty” according to the Labour Party measurements – we were taught that if you wanted something you earned it, it wasn’t a ‘Right’ and you certainly weren’t entitled to go and help yourself to someone else’s.

          The Benefit System was supposed to help those in real need, not to be an alternative to working as it has become under the Left Wing bleeding hearts. The UK and the rest of Europe cannot afford it and must either take the pain or become basket case economies.

          BTW I am now living in Germany where the budget cuts are of a similar order!

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          • UNEMPLOYMENT TO REACH 3MILLION+ WITHIN A YEAR YOU CAN BET ON IT says:

            You are in Germany, so you are paying to bail out the workshy Greeks and olive picking Spaniards and lazy Portugese and French.
            So you must be completely against the EU and anxious for it to be abolished and to return to the use of the Mark?
            At last, something we can agree on.

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        • 186
          Sir Everard Digby says:

          You speak with much certainty about the future….How the fuck do you know what will happen?

          Please don’t play the ‘poverty leads to an increase in crime’ card.

          If poverty automatically led to crime, then crime rates would rise when poverty rates rise, and the world’s poorest nations would also be the world’s most crime-ridden. Neither is the case.

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          Anonymouse says:

          Unemployment is already over 3million, it’s just the way it’s counted.

          “The inactivity rate for the three months to April 2010 was 21.5 per cent, up 0.1 on the quarter. The number of inactive people of working age increased by 29,000 over the quarter to reach a record high of 8.19 million.”

          http://www.statistics.gov.uk/cci/nugget.asp?id=12

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      • 41
        Old Tory says:

        Maximum housing benefit of £400 a week… “nasty Tories”

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        • 49
          Engineer says:

          £400 a week? Bloody hell, that would pay ALL my bills twice over!

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          • UNEMPLOYMENT TO REACH 3MILLION+ WITHIN A YEAR YOU CAN BET ON IT says:

            And why is rent so expensive?
            Oh yes, because the New Labour party and the Conservative party both failed to build sufficient numbers of houses.
            There, in a nutshell, is the problem with the Tories.
            They bleat on about how the private sector will save us but when the private sector is allowed to rip off the taxpayer, such as in the case of rental charges, all they do is whinge about the problem without offering any solutions.
            I think the term for such hypocrisy and ignorance is laissez-fair government.
            I hope when the Tories fail to build any houses to decrease the cost of rental and when that person is evicted from their property for being unable to afford the rent that they do not stab you while you are going about your business Engineer.

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          • Has anyone got a stab proof vest? I’m scared of being stabbed by poor people created by the budget.

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          • Tessa Tickles says:

            Oh, CP, it happens all the time. Every budget, up goes booze and fags and immediately stab-happy chavs pour out onto the streets in an orgy of poverty-induced violence.

            You should have seen it when Gordon increased the poorest workers’ income tax by 100% – it was a war zone!

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          • AC1 says:

            >And why is rent so expensive?Oh yes, because the New Labour party and the Conservative party both failed to build sufficient numbers of houses.

            Nope that’s wrong. Houses are so expensive because the regulator created so much credit in order to tax consumption.

            Read some Ricardo.

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          • AC1 says:

            > laissez-fair government.

            Is the term for a government that uses planning restrictions to stop building development?

            Wow. Are you deliberately lying, ignorant or have a major case of Dunning Kruger?

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          • Correction says:

            A false bubble was created in the credit market because of the lack of houses in relation to the number of people who wanted to buy them which gave the banks and estate agents an opportunity to falsely price them which led to the bubble in the credit market.
            So the credit bubble was created by a lack of housing.
            Your hypothesis is incorrect and you are a victim of your own dogma.

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        • 69
          WankerWatch says:

          £1000 plus for mayfair house…wonder who sanctioned that.

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          • UNEMPLOYMENT TO REACH 3MILLION+ WITHIN A YEAR YOU CAN BET ON IT says:

            And when you consider the fact that it would actually be cheaper to build houses and flats than to pay a grand a week in housing benefit you can see what a load of rubbish David Cameron is talking when he speaks of reducing the deficit.

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          • Sir William Waad says:

            Interestingly, housebuilding has generally risen under Tory governments and fallen under Labour. It was the Conservative governments of the 50s and early 60s that solved the postwar housing crisis; Attlee’s government did next to nothing.

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          • UNEMPLOYMENT TO REACH 3MILLION+ WITHIN A YEAR YOU CAN BET ON IT says:

            It is true, Sir Waad, that the Tories built more council houses than Labour but still nowhere near enough.
            The Tories on this thread moan about housing benefit being too high but at the same time they do not want more houses to be built to reduce housing benefit payments because it would also decrease the price of their properties.
            That is the problem, Conservative interests are not the same as the country’s economic interests.
            The are in fact counter to the country’s interests.

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          • AC1 says:

            Cheaper still to move the claimants to the cheapest part of the country.

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          • Emergency Budgie says:

            Yes tat lets build shitloads of council houses. The masses are breeding like flies because they have fuck all else to do and the state will reward them for it. And we should provide them with free council houses so that their fucking kids can breed some more.

            Bright idea tat. Really bright, you cockhead.

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          • Please Try To Keep Up says:

            New council houses that are built should be offered to those in full time employment.
            Which would act as a real incentive for people to find employment.

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          • Emergency Budgie says:

            Council houses are offered to single teenage sluts who get themselves pregnant to jump the waiting list.

            Where do you think all the chaves came from?

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        • 106
          Smig says:

          £400 per week? Peanuts. Become an MP and really milk the benefits system.

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        • 230
          Colonel Blimp says:

          Surely that’s 400 quid a month?

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          • Another Engineer says:

            No, it really is £400 a week. That’s the NEW limit, brought in by GO. Prior to that it could be considerably higher.

            You need to find job paying at least £50k odd before it became worthwhile.

            That just cannot be right.

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          • Colonel Blimp says:

            Interesting. My daughter was on benefits for around 18 months. She was paying rent of £550 per month for a three bed semi, (the upper limit in benefit set by her local council, for one adult and two children, different sexes, but both under 6, therefore only a two bed place allowed), was around £480 per month. She had to find the difference from her other benefits.
            She learned to live VERY cheaply!

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      • 117
        Mong Zoo says:

        Tax tax and more tax. This bunch of losers don’t have a clue what they are doing,that’s why they stay away from the media, it’s not that the BBC only do labour,it’s no one from the ConDem dare state policy as there is none.except to look after the bankers and themselves,same as it ever was.

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        • 130
          Tessa Tickles says:

          I seem to recall Gordon increasing tax by 100% for the poorest workers.

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          • UNEMPLOYMENT TO REACH 3MILLION+ WITHIN A YEAR YOU CAN BET ON IT says:

            Yes he did, and it was a deplorable thing to do.
            Even the Tories said it was a mistake. But are they going to rectify Gordon Brown’s error and re-introduce the 10p tax rate, hold on, let me just check their latest budget…. er, no, they did not re-introduce the low pay rate.
            Which means George Osborne is full of shit.
            As are you Tessa.

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          • Emergency Budgie says:

            as are you Tat with your naive selective soundbites

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          • Please Try To Keep Up says:

            All soundbites are selective.
            You cretin.

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          • Emergency Budgie says:

            fuck off tat, they’re not.

            tosser

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    • 30
      Blinkered Blinky says:

      We know our budgets have pushed the country into recession so let’s keep banging on about what a state Gordon Brown left the country’s finances in.

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      • 76
        My mothers a vole says:

        We listened to the ’18 years of tory rule’ jibe for 13 years from labour until they finally ran out of corners to hide in and couldn’t stoop any lower. Next up abbott or balls as leader…obscurity for years to come guaranteed and well deserved.

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        • 155
          AC1 says:

          I remember the economy in 97 and it wasn’t fucked. It’s fucked now.

          The difference? A bunch of people who think they can legislate around markets (the sum of citizens choices).

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    • 98
      QWERTY says:

      Get a fucking job you idle leftie twat.

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      • 137
        UNEMPLOYMENT TO REACH 3MILLION+ WITHIN A YEAR YOU CAN BET ON IT says:

        I have a full time job: bashing Tory trolls like you.

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        • 157
          Emergency Budgie says:

          How about getting that blog finished like you promised, titfer?

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        • 159
          AC1 says:

          Unemployment was well over 3 million during the Labour waste decade. It was just disguised in non-jobs (an expensive form of Unemployment benefit).

          Jobs with no market demand (i.e. most of the new state parasites from 97) are wealth destroying as the tax used to pay them is extorted from people who would spend it and thus employ people in a sustainable manner.

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        • 240
          HangBlatter says:

          I find being tickled by a damp rag quite kinky

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    • 233
      Gloriana says:

      Look ‘no. 15′ – if you’re short of a few bob, we’ll have a whip round. Stop being a moaning wanker – GET A JOB!!!

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  10. 16

    How about a darling little leather gift from Smythsons to go with the photo frames the Queen bought him? Or something from Osborne and Little, such as the Giverney tiebacks?

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    • 65
      Engineer says:

      How about a nice gold-cased black marker pen engraved “Love from Mandy”?

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    • 80
      TosserWatch says:

      yes she worked for a living and his family run a successful business….cardinal sins in the labour book of course..twatess

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    • 133
      maximus says:

      I see your line of thinking, woman… perhaps a Fabergé egg, an intimate gift, of exclusive design based on inputs from such friends of his as would know his personal preferences and proclivities, notably the Dame of Fey Boy and Hartlepool (musn’t forget the Hartlepool).

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  11. 18

    So the ‘left’ are starting to come round to the fact that Brown is a fruitloop made from batshit.

    Only a few years late…..

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    • 241
      HangBlatter says:

      The Top tier have always known hes a loony so they are all equally guilty of putting him on us. They were scared to wield the knife in case the rank and file turned on them, cowards to a man (and woman), a case of me first, Labour party second and fuck the country.

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    • 266
      Blue Lady says:

      Yeh but they’d still vote him in again given the chance. They’d rather vote a dog turd in (come to think of it they did) than give those nasty Tories a chance to sort out the mess he’s left behind (and I don’t mean the turd)
      FACE FACTS ALL YOU LEFTIES – ONCE AGAIN A LABOUR GOVERNMENT HAS BROUGHT THIS COUNTRY TO IT’S KNEES AND ONLY A CONSERVATIVE ONE CAN SAVE IT and once again, like Mrs Thatcher, they’ll get no thanks for doing what is necessary to make this country great again and live within it’s means.

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  12. 19
    The IMF is not coming says:

    Shock Horror!
    The BBC have been eliminated from the World Cup!

    After some lacklustre performances the team is on its way home, tails between legs.
    They have been widely criticised as being overpaid primma donna’s and whilst no expense has been spared keeping them in first class accommodation with a huge entourage behind the scenes, they really have been shown up as over rated.

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    • 27
      The IMF is Here - It's called the Conservative party says:

      The Conservatives have introduced a budget the IMF would be proud of.
      Considering how much the Tory trolls here go on and on about the IMF and how terrible it is you would think that they would rally against IMF policy being introduced on the British mainland by their oown party but they seem to be ecstatic about it.
      Very odd.
      About face!

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      • 34
        Tessa Tickles says:

        Hear that noise? Sweep sweep sweep? That’s the sound of 13 years of Labour misrule being swept away. By 2015, the only evidence of Labour’s misrule will be a lingering national debt and several million immigrants hanging around, suppressing wages for British workers. But everything else will be gone and forgotten.

        Excellent.

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      • 36
        Blinkered Blinky says:

        Fuck off to Labour uncut if you want to pretend that socialism works

        PS when you join up as a socialist do you have to agree to a sense of humour bypass?

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        • 44
          UNEMPLOYMENT TO REACH 3MILLION+ WITHIN A YEAR YOU CAN BET ON IT says:

          Ah, I see we have two of the most productive Tory trolls from CHQ with us today.
          As I am not a Labour supporter your attacks are mistargeted.
          Blinky Balls, when you, like your friend, Tessa, are lying in a pool of your own blood having been mugged by those your party has cut adrift from society, maybe you will look up into the sky as life seeps away from you and think to yourself – maybe cutting people’s benefits and cutting the police budget and cutting the services and training of those on low benefits wasn’t such a good idea?
          It will probably be the last thought you have.

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          • Blinkered Blinky says:

            Nice.

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          • Not a very likely scenario though, is it?

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          • camberwick spleen says:

            We should unemploy more of these piss taking fuckers for a start.

            http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1289702/Public-sector-inertia-council-office-employees-month-sickies.html

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          • Rip Van Winkle says:

            Mr Unemployment. So you’re not a Labour supporter but, at the same time, obviously, not a Tory voter either. As you are so very much angered by the current Coalition’s Budget statement, I would love to hear your solutions to the UK’s massive current deficit.

            I guess from your comments that you would prefer HM Treasury to continue to borrow money at the same phenominal rate as our esteemed previous Government felt obliged to, i.e. between £150bn and £180bn per annum.

            I also presume that you would be more than happy for the next generation, and probably a few more generations, to pay the price to keep current police and welfare claimants in the fashion to which they have become accustomed.

            I look forward to your solutions in due course. Or do you just sit their and complain?

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          • I just lost me job so what the f*ck do you know about living on nowt? says:

            So who did you vote for ? or are you going to Bu£llsh*t about that as well?

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          • I just lost me job so what the f*ck do you know about living on nowt? says:

            That question was to post 44 !

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          • UNEMPLOYMENT TO REACH 3MILLION+ WITHIN A YEAR YOU CAN BET ON IT says:

            Rip Van Winkle, the solution to cutting the deficit is simple:

            1) We are majority shareholders in several very large banks, we should take total control and the profits from those banks should be used, year on year, to reduce the deficit

            2) We should call a freeze on all public sector employment and allow natural wastage to reduce the number of public servants to 5 million based upon the principle that too many cooks spoil the broth and lead to laziness and inefficiency. It would also prevent the state from employing people to do highly paid non jobs which offer no value to the economy

            3) We should reclaim the EU rebate that Tony Blair foolishly gave away

            4) We should seek alternative trading partners to the EU to reduce the ridiculously high level of trading we do with Europe which is a declining economy

            5) We should withdraw from Afghanistan to save ourselves 5 billion pounds a year. Why are we supporting a country that has a police force 50% of which are heroin addicts?

            6) We should reduce VAT to 12.5% to stimulate consumer demand

            7) We should immediately increase the personal tax allowance to 10K a year as those on low incomes spend 95% of their earnings immediately, as this again would stimulate consumer demand

            8) We should abolish all non core QUANGOs and all remaing QUANGOS should be returned to direct, accountable, electable government control

            9) We should apply exactly the same terms to MPs pensions as to state pensions

            10) No public servant should be paid more than 150K a year, if they think they could do better in the private sector then they should fuck off and give it a go. Also, public sector employees should have a charge of 10% made upon their salaries to pay for their pensions

            I estimate that if this medicine is taken then the entire deficit could be paid of within a decade and this country would return to profit.
            I believe that answers your question.

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          • hoobah says:

            “1) We are majority shareholders in several very large banks, we should take total control and the profits from those banks should be used, year on year, to reduce the deficit”

            A big fail at No 1 for a start. How long do you think these banks would stay in business, you dopey fucking marxist?

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          • That’s better, a concise post without any reference to people that might stab me.

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          • UNEMPLOYMENT TO REACH 3MILLION+ WITHIN A YEAR YOU CAN BET ON IT says:

            The Conservative government are marxists?
            I never knew that.

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          • Emergency Budgie says:

            Dopey tat doesn’t realise that banks have no resources. They do not contribute to the wealth of this country so cannot solve the problems of lack thereof.

            They meresly provide a service.

            Poor old Tat is clueless.

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          • AC1 says:

            Back in the Quattro Time Machine…

            We are majority shareholders in several very large car makers, we should take total control and the profits from British Leyland should be used, year on year, to reduce the deficit

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          • Rip Van Winkle says:

            Thanks for getting back, Mr Unemployed. You took up the challenge.

            I agree on a number of points but not all.

            Point 1 – are you sure ANY Government is fit to run ANY buisness, let alone a worldwide bank? I thought, and still do ‘cos a second banking crisis is a certainty, that they should be allowed to fail. Period. It’s called capitalism.

            Point 2 – if you freeze public sector employment, you must reduce the police ‘service’, too. After all, they are the public scetor. Or are they ‘different’?

            Point 3 – agreed, except I’d go further and withdraw from the EU altogether. Period.

            Point 4 – See point 3.

            Point 5 – Agreed whole heartedly

            Point 6 – Disagree whole heartedly. Consumption was the PROBLEM. It’s what’s caused the problems in the first place. Increase the tax allowance to £15,000, put money in people’s pockets and increase VAT to 25%. They can choose what they spend their money on, whether to pay off debts or whether to save. Put money in peoples pockets.

            Point 7 – See above

            Points 8, 9 and 10 – Agreed. in fact I’d cull the whole lot of Quango’s. Jobs for the boys (and girls) if ever I saw it.

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          • Man Walking His Dog says:

            They seems a certain fixation here with mugging. Perhaps if the Labour Party had done more to support families and done less to cock up education there might have been less dysfunctional people wanting easy cash.

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      • 88
        TosserWatch says:

        they’re already using the tory budget model to bring sweeping budgets in across europe…just watch and enjoy the reality… the chin grinner was a moron and his team a walking joke no-one except twats will miss

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      • 121
        Mong Zoo says:

        I voted Conservative but some of the shit I hear on here beggars belief.Un-thinking Conservative drones,mongs I call them,Don’t I mongs.

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    • 33
      Sir Barrington Minge says:

      This morning’s weather report…..

      “A shower will blow in from South Africa”

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    • 73
      davemcwish says:

      So how many of the 295 staff are coming home early ?

      My guess is an integer between -1 and +1.

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  13. 24
    Madme Defarge says:

    Surely they are talking about this in Kirkcaldy. Not even the most unreconstructed Labour supporter can avoid the fact that he is taking his salary and not representing his seat in Parliament.

    And I agree Guido if he is indeed mentally ill then he should simply step down.

    The blokes a total and utter disgrace (I am being polite)!

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  14. 25
    desperate says:

    Guido you bang on about the moral turpitude of the political classes yet you think its great idea that one of the worst & most sleazy spin merchants of the lot should be given a second chance. I though the whole point was to try get rid of such cretins

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  15. 38
    Doreen says:

    He should go on the sick like the rest of us public sector shirkers.

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  16. 40
    Willsteed says:

    Has there ever been a PM before, who quits, and goes to the backbenches?

    Im considering it from the perspective of ego, of which Brown obviously has a vast one.

    Reckon he must be (or is already) on the verge of going nuts and gets wheeled out for 5 minutes once a week just to reassure the media luvvies that he is still here…

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    • 45
      I hate New Labour says:

      IIRC Major took his lumps, despite not enjoying it.

      The Brown story is not going to end well I think. Good. The more he suffers the better.

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      • 74
        Sir Reginald Titbrain says:

        Major stayed at the helm whilst the leadership contest was in place. OK, there wasn’t much steering to do, but he turned up.

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        • 96
          Anonymous says:

          So did Thatcher, so did Heath, so did Sunny Jim and Harold. Brown is a cowardly disgrace.

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    • 87
      Sir William Waad says:

      Edward Heath spent decades on the back benches, sulking.

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  17. 54
    purpleline says:

    It is my understanding that day release from Broadmoor and the priory is restricted to 7pm. He will never make a late night vote.

    Willing to take all bets on.

    As the Americans said they wanted to keep their boot on the throat of BP I hope to keep my boot on Browns neck and break the Huntz windpipe

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  18. 57
    Penfold says:

    Let the fucker sulk.

    He can stay in Scotland after the damage he’s done to England.

    Having said that, it sticks in the craw that the little one-eyed Scottish bastard continues to get his loot without attending Westminster.

    As for a leaving prezzie, I can think of nothing better than a single flight to Swissy and a cab to the Dignitas Clinic.

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    • 171
      purpleline says:

      He is in the same position as the sien fein two, I wonder if we start that comparison up whether the Huntz will come out of retirement or hospital sooner.

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    • 181
      Elvis says:

      Much too generous. Dignitas allows death with dignity and at a time of your choice.

      Put the f**ker in a gibbet and let the populace pelt him with offal, dog turds etc to show their collective contempt for the lying, cowardly, hypocritical, pompous, self -righteous Jock twat.

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      • 242
        Penfold says:

        My dear chap,

        Shurely you mean IN The Stocks, or ON a gibbet. The latter rather precludes throwing anything, other than epithets at a slowly strangulating body.

        The former might give McBroon too much pleasure, :-)

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  19. 62
    Head Lizard says:

    what happened to the Chamberlain parody that was on here.Just searched for it but nothing

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  20. 75
    The Beast of Clerkenwell says:

    Forget the whip round lets just have McMental roundly whipped

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  21. 84
    Sir William Waad says:

    Perhaps they could replace Mr Brown on the green benches with a tub of lard. Better still, a cabbagy fart.

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  22. 92

    What about a dear little leather thing from Smythson’s to go with the photo frames the Queen already bought him, or perhaps a silken Giverney tie-back from Osborne and Little?

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  23. 99
    Ashley Cole says:

    Youve got to laugh

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  24. 102
    Nick2 says:

    Dromey on DP now. He described the management of the economy up to 2008 as ‘excellent’!

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    • 108
      Mrs Smith...Rochester says:

      about a warped in reality as the all women selection process he circumnavigated

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    • 245
      Anonymous says:

      Proof if it were needed that he is a fucking idiot. What we have experienced are THE CONSEQUENCES of the way Brown manged the economy up until 2008.

      Dromeys a like a quack Doctor who ignores the progress of a disease and believes that everthing was fine and dandy up until the day the patient died. He accepts that was not a particularly ggod day but what went before was great !!!!!

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  25. 107
    Gordon Brown's Press Officer says:

    Why don’t you lay off Gordon and go for David Laws instead ???

    Where is David Laws when you need him?

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  26. 109
    Mr Harman says:

    By the Way Jack Dromey is on the brillo show at the moment. As frustratingly devious as ever

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    • 134
      hoobah says:

      He’s too fucking thick to be devious FFS.

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      • 216
        I am Sick says:

        Dromey is a devious, doublespeak merchant. He is not clever or even interesting, he is a groupthink drone, in a party of groupthink drones.

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  27. 114
    Ed Balls says:

    FTSE 100 4968.94down -102.74 -2.03%

    David Cameron “You’ve never had it so good”

    Smash the coalition

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  28. 116
    Anonymous says:

    Wierd, firefox refuses to show this part of the blog, according to firefox latest post is … Diane Abbot

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    • 143
      I can spell even if you can't says:

      Must be its spell checker.

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    • 177
      Nemo says:

      Try clearing your cache and then reloading page..
      Open Windows using firefox Left click on Tools Left click clear recent historyuntick Clear recent History/Download box unless you want to clear that as well then tick box by cache in drop down menu.left click clear now box.Be warned though it will clear your cache of all other web pages but that just means you will have to reload them again when you visit each site for first time

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    • 182
      AC1 says:

      CTRL – f5

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  29. 119
    Just stating the obvious says:

    The fact is that if Brown can’t even be bothered himself to defend his record over 13 years in government why should anybody else be bothered ? The longer he remains silent the more people will come to realise that he can’t defend the indefensible…he b*a*nkrupted Britain and he knows it;his policies allowed the banking crisis to happen

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    carhoon capers says:

    How appropriate for McBruin to walk around with a question mark on his back.

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  32. 152

    Even when he’s not around he’s still getting it wrong. Lingering like the ghost of Mrs Rochester.

    Can’t some one remove him permanently.Some of those troops back from Afghanistan. An RPG through the window? An Apache gunship letting fly with a Hellfire?

    Brown Dork Down.

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    • 191
      happy ending says:

      Brown is clown shoes. he should be fucked up his stupid ass for all eternity by satan.

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  33. 172
    Nick Clegg says:

    A woman goes to the doctor and says “my husband has lost interest in
    sex”, the doctor said “here are some pills, slip just 1 in his drink
    and wait for his reaction”. So that night she slips a pill into his beer
    and they end up fucking like they did when they were kids. The next
    night she slips him 2 pills and he fucks her like she’s never been
    fucked before. So the next night she thinks “fuck it” and gives him the
    whole bottle. A week later the doctor called the house and her son
    answers “hello this is dr jones I was just wondering how your mother
    was getting in with those pills”. The son replied “don’t mention those fucking pills to
    me”, “why?” asked the doctor “well my mother is dead, my
    sister is pregnant, my arse is red raw and my dad is running around the
    garden naked shouting “here kitty kitty kitty”

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  34. 173
    Sid says:

    I’ve been in Mongolia for several weeks (yes, I know, home of the Mongs) and I have missed all of the World Cup action.

    Where can I get a copy of England’s games on DVD?

    Don’t spoil it for me by telling me the scores as I’m looking forward to sitting down with a few beers to watch a Rooney goalfest.

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    • 202

      Just watch your old 1966 BHS. It was exactly the same as that.

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    • 210

      Sorry, Sid, but the man on the shares advert told us not to tell you…

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    • 243
      Anonymous says:

      Dear Sid You seem premature, after all the World Cup is only half way through, surely from your perspective England have a few more matches to play before the DVD is brought out !!!!!!

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      • 247
        filipinomonkey says:

        Sid you can buy the ‘Best of Rooney – South Africa 2010′ already, they come in handy packs of 10 and 20 and the great thing is you can use them to record your own stuff afterwards…

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    • 259
      bex4sex says:

      listen sid…think two yak herdsman …an old donkey and a dead duck and they could have run rings round us…after that think yourself lucky ….you could have seen all 4 games

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  35. 180
    Softening the blow says:

    Nice of that FIFA Hunt-in-chief doing the FA’s bidding and attempting to soften the blow of England’s abject failure of a team return. A more pathetic attempt to deflect some incoming the FA’s way would be harder to make up.

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    • 214
      Selohesra says:

      Tony Adams for England manager – he might not be any good but at least he cares and is English. He couldn’t do any worse than the previous chap and I bet he’d be a whole lot cheaper.

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  36. 200
    Sir William Waad says:

    I’VE SEEN GORDON!!!

    Oh, sorry, it was just a bulldog chewing a wasp.

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    • 239
      The Ape Man Commeth says:

      ARRRGHHH!!!!!! He’s out side my window, opps, no, my mistake, just a sorry little pile of dog shit.

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  37. 205
    Sir Keith Joseph's Preserved pulsing head says:

    Surely there must be some HoC proceedure whereby a former minister and /or MP can be summoned to parliament to answer questions for something or other?

    Summoned to appear before a select committee perhaps? Summoned ana HAVE to appear or be held in contempt….

    If there isn’t then that is weakness of the political system

    Can the monarch command a privy councillor to attend?

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  38. 209
    Miliband's Zit says:

    Isn’t there some law about lunatics and convicts not being allowed to be MPs? If Gordon is licking windows in a ‘rest home’ somewhere then that’s an outrage and a by-election should be called. As for his memoirs… who gives a fuck about his dreary existence: minced around Edinburgh Uni for a decade or so, taught in some shit poly, fucked up the British economy for generations to come.

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    • 219
      South of the M4 says:

      You have ruined it for me now. Shan’t bother buying it now I have heard the full story.

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  39. 212

    New jobs for Gordon.
    Something he might actually be capable of.

    Mars confectionery rep.
    Assistant Manager for Suits You.
    Verger for a small village.
    Bee Hive assessor. {Made up non-job but it keeps him busy}
    England Manager..

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    • 257
      the old Dufflebag says:

      age concern stock lister
      outer hebrides janitor
      forth of firth bridge painter (with no safety harness)
      gusset licker
      artificial cattle insemination practice dummy
      bible thumper in the congo
      gorilla shit picker at whipsnade

      blimey the list goes on………..

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  40. 215
    Compassionate Tory says:

    It’s Sarah I feel sorry for… stuck in some dank crap hole up in Jockengrad, clearing up the shit and filth from his ‘messy’ habits. That’s no sort of life for an intelligent woman in the 21st Century.

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    • 222
      I am Sick says:

      She’s in London. Bruin is in Skirtland alone.

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    • 223
      the last quango in Paris says:

      sorry for her????

      her husband is awol, she is writing a book no-one is interested in exploiting her (old) position and reminding us in a patronising way that Scotland in part of Britain:

      “is determined to be in a positive mood – so let’s all cheer for Andy Murray – as a Scot, he is British: it is not at all complicated. ”

      Given her drivel she feels to need to share with the world and the fact that her husband has participated in blunder after blunder, currently awol, she must be rubbis really at PR.

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  41. 218
    three lions on a squirt says:

    “The England team visited an orphanage in Cape Town today. “It’s heartbreaking to see their sad little faces with no hope,” said Jamal, aged six.”

    daley male

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  42. 224
    Kered says:

    Where is Mister Bbbrrrrrroooonn? He was always a strange fellow. Is he now completely strange and living in a luxurious penthouse overlooking downtown Edinburgh? Don’t think his memoirs are gonna be a big runner except on the ‘rest’ tables. Perhaps his therapist might reveal more one day soon.

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  43. 228
    ron Vibentrop says:

    He should be put down like a mad dog. Utter scum, and when he does top himself, please don’t bury the bastard in England.

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    • 235
      the old Dufflebag says:

      no chance the son of the manse will want to be buried in jockland..drowned there would be preferable but dying will do

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  44. 249
    genghiz the kahn says:

    Some of the Labour Cabinet proposed that Brown should have a steam engine named after him.

    No 4472 was available for sponsorship. However in these cash short days, and as the work on 4472 is greatly over budget, it is proposed to paint over one letter in Gordon’s honour. The ‘F’ will be removed from Flying Scotsman.

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  45. 250
    Jaws the Final Encounter ?? says:

    The mystery of Brown’s disappearance may be solved

    http://www.thebostonchannel.com/news/24059170/detail.html

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  46. 251
    Slim Jim says:

    Well, I think you’re all being very unfair to the man. He is probably still ‘getting up in the morning’, and ‘getting on with the job’. Er, not exactly. Acording to the Daily Smeg (Scottish edition) he was last seen in a park in Kirkaldy picking up fag-ends and singing at the top of his voice: ”I shall not cease from talking shite – nor shall my cock sleep in my hand”…

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    • 260
      Mrs Smith...Rochester says:

      I bet hes getting on with the jobbie before he gets up…..yukkie

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      • 261
        womblebat says:

        if its hot brown and steamy – comes out of the back of cowes but isn’t the isle of wight ferry…sarah you’ve been a very naughty girl

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  47. 253
    peaceandunity says:

    Well the longer he hides, the more we laugh, the more we laugh the bigger his problem will become. Rather fitting actually. Everyone should always be reminded of the Brown years.

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  48. 262
    Hang The Bastards says:

    Dear Mr Bong-Eyed-Useless-Twat Brown

    Why don’t you stop fleecing the public of their hard earned taxes & get of your fat sweaty arese & do the job you are paid to do !

    Otherwise RESIGN you useless fuckwit !

    OR

    Have a stroke !

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  49. 263
    HenryV says:

    I don’t care about Brown. I want to know why £9billion of international development is ring fenced? Last time I checked a history the rest of the world told us to fuck off. If their countries have gone to crap since we left its their own fucking fault. It seems though it is better for the Great British public to pay more VAT.

    As for £14billion or so for Europe……………

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  50. 264
    GDS says:

    presumably this is the lobby closing shop (a la Kennedy’s drinking) thinking that they know better than the proletariat about what should be known.

    If it turns out the man is a fruitloop and the MSM has been supressing it, I forsee a huge backlash against people who purport to report the truth.

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  51. 267
    LurkNoMore says:

    I’ll tell you where he isn’t: Madame Tussauds.

    http://news.sky.com/skynews/Home/Politics/Sam-Cam-Samantha-Cameron-Unveils-Madame-Tussauds-Waxwork-Of-Prime-Minister-David-Cameron/Article/201007115657870?f=rss

    “However, the former Prime Minister and Mr Cameron’s opponent on May 6 is nowhere to be seen.
    “We make waxworks of all our prime ministers who are elected and Gordon Brown wasn’t elected,” general manager Edward Fuller said.”

    http://www.madametussauds.com/London/NewsAndEvents/WhatsNew/GordonBrownVote/Default.aspx

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