September 24th, 2010

Little Bro Has Big Mo (Too Late To Vote Though)

You can bet your bottom dollar that David Miliband is rueing the day he didn’t stab Gordon this morning. Suddenly the race to be the next Labour leader got interesting. The late-in-the-game switch to Ed as favourite has been aided in no small part by the fact it was left-wing Red Ken beating right-wing Blarite Oona in a miniature version of the national race. This must be torture for David…

Nice to see the lobby are catching up with the fast pace this morning, it seems the pack have realised some people actually put their money when their mouths are.

You read it here first.


76 Comments

  1. 1
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Christmas has come early

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  2. 2
    Gary Elsby says:

    I’ve always wanted to comment first.
    Thank you.

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  3. 3
    Gary Elsby says:

    You twat Billy!

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  4. 5
    Anonymous says:

    Actually you read it first on political betting

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  5. 6
    Kronos says:

    fingers crossed…..

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  6. 7
    Mitch says:

    Labour are in for a long journey, Dave may still get his chance – a better chance maybe? In fact, so might Ed and Diane….

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  7. 8
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    To Be honest Guido , Ed is proberly a better choice as the only stain on him is climate change scam , compare to bigger brother he up to his neck in shit !

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  8. 9
    get real with the b'st'rds says:

    Prepare for the Coronation,
    Get ready with the crown,
    I’ve had the confirmation
    I’m the one succeeding Broon.
    Don’t think I give a “monkeys”
    Should the country sink or swim.
    You’re just a bunch of donkeys
    – sheep to use at will.
    I’m here to line my pockets
    Whilst spoutng Marxist tripe,
    Speaking in code ‘n epithets
    ‘Cos I’m a GRADE ONE MILLISHITE.

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  9. 10
    sockpuppet #4 says:

    More labour? I wish someone would put a cat in a bin or something.

    But if you must … “Ken vs Oona” is far from simple left vs right. He does at least have experience and is a well known figure.

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    • 40
      My Other Cars Not A Prius Either says:

      Experience of nationalising every activity down to mini cabs,buying ethnic votes with public funds.The lefties chose a lefty,they chose this particular anti-patriot because he has a proven track record in buying votes, also buying influence with despicable foreign imams knowing how well that go`s down with the east london ummah.
      This time around the public mood is not for the return of some politically correct commisar who is hell bent on installing his own cliche around him.That is the old politics,the public want results for their money not an adoption agency for leftwing leeches

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  10. 11

    How Red is Red Ed? About to find out?

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  11. 12
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Which one did Gordon back ?

    Which one did Mossad back ?

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    • 16
      Johan says:

      It’s possible Gordon is entirely unaware there’s been a leadership election. Or that he lost the general election for that matter…

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    • 17
      Engineer says:

      Which one did Mad Hattie Harperson back? She had about seven votes if you include Jack Dromedary’s. Not to mention the postal ones…

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      • 46
        Mad Hattie Harperson says:

        It seems unneser . . ununesery . . . unnneccessaa . . . oh bugger! . . . LOOK! . . I’m the de facto Leader of NooBoringLiars!

        Don’t forhget it!

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  12. 15
    Edward Balls says:

    I posted yesterday that Miliband Ed had one and my next prediction is I will be shadow Chancellor.

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  13. 18
    Rendition, torture & war apologist, David Miliband says:

    *sobs*

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  14. 21
    Anonymous says:

    On the cover of Lord Mandelson’s autobiography, whose hand is that coming in from the left trying to throttle him?

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  15. 22
    Engineer says:

    Have the Labour lot still not decided who’s the next fall-guy…er, sorry, Leader. Seems to have been going on for months.

    Meanwhile, the cull of the Quangos is under way, there is ongoing discussion about how best to balance the country’s books, and sensible discussions are ongoing about all sorts of things, like future defence capabilities. Government is happening, not by press release, but by discussion and seeking agreement. Rather a welcome change.

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    • 29
      Steve Miliband says:

      Also the PM stays in the background, presumably making decisions, rather than trying to grab the spotlight.

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  16. 23
    Lord Mandelson. says:

    OMG! I can’t wear a donkey jacket!

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  17. 26
    Penfold says:

    Poor ole Tony, smashed on all battle fronts by the resurrected lefties.
    Roll on the class war and envy…..

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    • 55
      Ernesto says:

      Bunch of fucking hypocrites didn’t mind keeping their alleged leftie tendencies under wraps when they served Bliar and Brown did they?
      Toenails predicted Milli-minor would win on the DP today.

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  18. 27
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    UAUAF

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  19. 28
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    When they strike and got the fires outside , throw a koran on there for them

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  20. 31
    Steve Miliband says:

    This waiting is torture!
    Have you heard my rendition of The Joker?

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  21. 32
    Potkettle says:

    The loony left really dont care if milli D is the correct person to lead them NOW.

    They are going to blame him for not stabbing Gordon on any of the 3 opportunities that he had.

    In their small brained heads he is now the reason they lost the last election not Brown. If he had got rid of Gordon they could have won. This made all the more clear to them due to the narrowness of their defeat.
    Had the defeat been a landslide he may have stood a chance as no one could have saved them but as it is he was the saviour that didnt bother and therefore he must be punished.

    Oh and he is a toff too!

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  22. 34

    Actually, I think the Miliband brothers are very, very interesting. Rather like me really

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  23. 36
    nell says:

    http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/news/3106227/Labour-almost-broke–Prescott.html

    Well whoever wins tomorrow has big troubles within the labour party. prezza, who is angling for the treasurer’s job says labour are ‘almost broke’

    They are £20million in debt! I don’t think that is ‘almost broke’. In normal business parlance that’s ins+olve+nt. But then I wouldn’t have expected prezza to understand the difference. He’ll make them a very fitting treasurer.

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    • 57
      Dr Kelly. says:

      Perhaps Blair would like to contribute from his bulging coffers?

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    • 63
      Tessa Tickles says:

      This is the amazing thing about Labour’s brand of socialism; trying to control every aspect of life because the proletariat are deemed to be too thick to run their own affairs, whilst the all-controlling Party is itself sinking into tens of millions of pounds of unmanageable debt.

      Oh, and fucking-up the nation’s finances at the same time, to the tune of £4trillion.

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  24. 37
    the last quango in paris says:

    1. I will be over the moon if Red Ed “yes the chat with the liberals is going really well” (when they had LOST the election, wins.

    2. Is Harriet Harperson going to explode if two black women candidates fielded for leader and mayor don’t get elected and white middle aged men do? Does that mean that Labour are dominated by ‘ists’ or that harriet has failed in her job?

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  25. 38
    Lee Jasper says:

    I demand a blacks only London. It will do much for community relations.

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      My Other Cars Not A Prius Either says:

      I would say you are well on your way Lee,would now be agood time to mention the mini-cab contracts,yea the contracts for no cars at all Lee,Lee…………..Leee

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    • 48
      Country cousin says:

      When I go to London it already seems to be 100% black to me.
      (And it stinks, but that’s nothing to do with the colour of the denizens.)

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  26. 39
    I hate New Labour says:

    I’d love to hear Mili D’s comments on whether he maintains Brown was the ‘best man for the job’ a year ago.

    Looks like he’s snatched defeat from the jaws of victory.

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  27. 42
    Gordon Brown says:

    Today I’ll mostly be smearing my own shit all over the next door neighbours windows.

    Thank you.

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  28. 53
    Anonymous says:

    ftse shooting up on the prospect of Labour never getting its hands on the treasury ever again.

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  29. 54
    taxloss says:

    C’mon guido, you’re interesting enough without claiming false scoops. We read it on politicalbetting.com first.

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  30. 56
    Next 2 Nowt Labour says:

    Labour are both morally and economically bankrupt.

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  31. 60
    program get says:

    I might hate the leftist Hunt’ry men but out of David and Ed, the latter always comes across as one sleazy, arrogant, ugly marxist, smug twat.

    I fear for Labour……actually no I don’t.

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  32. 64
    Quango says:

    “Guido has hopefully managed to transition from being an enemy of the last Labour government to being an enemy of this Coalition government. It didn’t take long…”

    Still not happening. Between the pope, the labour party and spinning a line about Vince cable’s speech; you don’t sem to doing much holding the government to account. Your words above are looking very hollow.

    If you’re stuck for somewhere to look, how about Eric Pickles who seems unable to make a press release or do an interview without stretching the truth.

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    • 66
      bye bye quangos says:

      The sooner these useless fucking quangos are abolished the better.
      you’d be hard pressed to find a member of the public who didn’t agree with that.

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      • 68
        Quango says:

        Yep, the opinion an ill informed member of the public is always what you need when taking important decisions.

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        • 70
          The BBC..Making tomorrow's Policies ..To-day !! says:

          Hey don’t knock the “public” after all they stopped the Tories winning a majority and gave us a “Hung Parliament”

          (with a little help from us of course)

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        • 74
          get a proper job says:

          Wasting £65 billion a year on bodies like:
          Government Hospitality Advisory Committee on the Purchase of Wine
          Consular Stakeholder Panel
          Committee on the Safety of Devices etc etc ad nauseum
          is simply not acceptable. Governments have managed to run the country perfectly well using the occasional expert and advisor. We don’t need whole committees stuffed full of placemen who pay themselves ridiculous salaries for a couple of hours “work” and couldn’t get a proper job in the real world.

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  33. 65
    Jon Monday says:

    I will vote for David over Dave anytime.

    As for that Nick bloke, he looks a bit too dodgy, fingers crossed the Green Party puts up a candidate in Newham though.

    I am Jon Monday.

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  34. 67
    thoughthedgoneforgood says:

    Guido, I just do not believe it. How could you let it happen.

    Gary Fekking Elsby

    Has he been here all this time?

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  35. 73
    Jimmy says:

    “You read it here first.”

    Really?

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  36. 76
    theshapeofthingstocome says:

    An open e-mail to David Cameron. Ref: Incident 1048 Thames Valley.

    Dear Dave, I regrettably find myself in a position similar to that of the little Dutch boy. So herewith attempt to alert the somnolent and unsuspecting citizenry, before the whole dam(n) mess manifests. You appear to be presiding over petrifaction of the police. In so far as, approaches to any point in the system are met with resigned indifference. Offers to undertake the task for them are ignored. Even the complaints system, seems to have been rendered ineffectual. As do politicians in charge. Consequently this message is FYI, rather than FYA. You might be inclined to wonder, why any need for urgency in relation to such matters could exist. Well as far as I am aware, it is wine that allegedly matures with age. Not evidence. I fully appreciate that discouraging the public from reporting incidents can create the illusion of declining incident rates. But isn’t that massaging our perceptions rather than managing our problems? If interested, Nick may, or may not, be able to fill-you-in with further details of this debacle. Since previously he was requested to keep a watching brief, with regard to what wasn’t happening. Assuming of course that he is not otherwise engaged, lecturing the world on how to put their houses in order.
    Meanwhile, the various insurance companies and victims involved in this, would dearly love to hear an explanation. If it is that there exists neither the wit nor wisdom to make things work, I apologize for adding to that intolerable burden. Our recourse then would be to our own devices. Applying the legal argument of, that which is necessary is legal.

    Condolences, Hans Kneesen.

    c.c. the media.

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