September 26th, 2010

Winners & Losers

Besides Red Ed and Derek Simpson there are a few others who won big. On the blogosphere LeftFootForward did well, Mike Smithson bravely called it for Ed, enhancing his reputation for sagacity, YouGov rang the bell with polling granularity that was impressively predictive and punters did extraordinarily well. Yesterday morning punters’ favourites for first round elimination, to win overall, to win the membership, MPs, union sections and overall all came true. The predictive wisdom of crowds…

The losers were the Blairites. Mandelson should have stayed out of it, his intervention was counter-productive and irritated many. Mandy’s analysis was correct in that Ed was running against his own manifesto and was crowd pleasing the Guardianistas. Blairite pundits Rentoul and Aaronovitch are already mourning the electability of Labour. Labour friendly media did particularly badly, both the Mirror and the Guardian backed David Miliband to no avail. Clients of lobbyists Roland Rudd and Tony Bailey wasted their money, as did David Sainsbury, not that he’d notice.


The polling of Labour members shows that they thought David was the more effective leader, more likely to lead them to victory and would make a better PM, still they chose Ed. Tony himself of course dropped hints that David was really his heir and a disappointed Bad Al Campbell hit the nail on the Ed, saying he’ll make ‘the party feel OK about losing’. The Labour Party has chosen to lose the next general election and seems happy about it…


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  1. 1
    The Condem Party has chosen to lose the next general election and seems happy about it… says:

    Hahahahahahahahahaha!!

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    • 4
      A physician says:

      Just seen Red Ed on Andrew Marr. Why doesn’t he blow his bloody nose.

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      • 6
        Mummy Milliband says:

        Like all Gentleman both my boys carry hankerchiefs…..you never know when a lady may need one.

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      • 11
        My Other Cars Not A Prius Either says:

        I too watched the gargoyle on marr,it was like watching blair around 1995,spoke for ages and said nothing,all platitudes,piss and soundbites.the true heir to blair.still he can b e sure of the vote of most of those” eduacated” over the last 13 years

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          bird with small brain says:

          I share your apprehension. The fact is that Ed wears a smart suit, has a relatively pretty face (within the limitations of Nick Park’s animation skills) and spouts tranquilizing platitudes that are the equivilent of pouring warm treacle over intelligent thought. He may do better than this blog predicts. More’s the pity!

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          • Who will Guido out at the Conservative Conference Mr Osborne ? says:

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          • Anonymous says:

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          • WARNING WARNING says:

            Never go full retard mongs!

            We have the technology.

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          • Guido can't wait for the Conservative Conference. Are you ready for some Hague Pride ? says:

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          • YAWN says:

            Been there and done that, zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz…

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          • Anonymous says:

            Hague Pride! LOL

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          • Da Minister for Rice an Pea. says:

            I thought Labour loved diversity & the Gayers n all that…tsk.

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          • the beast of clerkenwell says:

            Hague singing to Cameron
            ” Dont Lead me this way”
            whilst wearing rubber shorts and a rubber vest, before leaving to set up his own amyl nitrate fueled party
            The commiefucktards

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          • MR GORDON B-err White (Englishman Not Scotish) says:

            A song from William to his parliamentry Aid’s

            great tune though

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          • Get Real says:

            People are forgetting we are talking about “New” Labour here.
            They learnt not to make themselves look unelectable. EM and his Union backers will say and do anything to try to get elected again, every bit as much as DM and the Mandelscum media machine would have done.

            He’ll get a 5 year residency at the BBC news department to spout bollocks unapposed. The New Labour media axis won’t change much. We are not talking about Michael Foot or even Kinnochio.

            But I doubt even the dim-wits in this country will be stupid enough to put this privately educated nerdy son of North London Jewish Marxists into number 10

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          • I'm Alright Jack says:

            BBC already going into overdrive trying to “re-brand” Red Ed as a moderate friend of the middle classes. Ludicrous…but if they keep pumping it out often enough people will start to believe…

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          • White Van Man says:

            Yep, that BBC needs taking to task and in to hand, its gone way beyond its Royal charter.

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          • streamfisher says:

            Will senior, but now junior Miliband walk off in a fit of peak, charity work?.

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          • streamfisher says:

            Peek, Am I being modded for spelling?

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          • Mr (Red) Ed - The talking Horses' Arse says:

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          • Spell caster says:

            or pique

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          • streamfisher says:

            Educashun,educashun,educashun.

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          • nell says:

            Steamfisher!

            davemilitwit looking for charity work?

            He’ll be after baroness ashton’s job as Eu Foreign Minister. Word is the EU’s desperate to get rid of this failed gordon clone , or is it crone?!

            Having said that the Coalition might have other ideas for that job – like ming for instance?!

            As gordon is finding, as he touts himself around the world looking for lucrative positons, left wing socialism is on the wane and not many are keen to employ these keynesian, spenspendspend, failed politicians.

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          • Sir Everard Digby says:

            Wrong! EM will say and do what he is told by UNITE as he owes them for the party leadership.

            Terrible result for Labour or should I say new UNITE as they should be renamed.

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        • 198
          Voice of Treason says:

          A bit like Cameron and Clegg in fact!

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        • 336
          Ratsniffer says:

          The boy Ed thinks that by pretending he’s not a leftie he can “do a Blair” sadly the unions are pulling the strings Ed, their vote put you there, and you’re going to have little say in what you can and cannot do…when the unions say jump, you’d better get bouncing..

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    • 89
      Tom 'Bunter' Watson says:

      Poor trolling, please come and join me and Mr Balls down on a damp basement for re education.

      You may go.

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    • 306
      Oh look another Mong! says:

      Hello

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    The Grim Reaper says:

    Rooted in 19th century syndicalism and Marxism of a by-gone Victorian industrial age , the Trade Unionists & Labour Party and their Grauniad fellow travellers foolishly regard themselves as part of a Progressive Alliance. This Alliance founded most of it’s ideology by the late 1920s and they deeply trapped in the past that no longer exists.

    More like the Regressive Alliance.

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    anonymouse in the Machester Midland Hotel skirting boards says:

    Turnout of Union and other affiliate members was just 9%!

    91% of Union members eligible to vote could not be bothered.

    Is that the sound of a rining endorsement I hear?

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      Pay Attention at the Back Miliband! says:

      Guido’s quote of the day by Sunder Katwala is spot on.

      Mr Ed has about as much legitimacy as his predecessor – the Brown Stuff.

      Now he is Head Boy, the Labour Party is doomed. The Camercleggs must be popping the champers as we write.

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    • 133
      Technomist says:

      47,439 Unite members voted for Ed. 1,055,074 ballot papers were distributed to the members of this union.

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      • 267
        tit says:

        probably best shows how dis-interested the core union membership is in the politics of their own party…dead ducks the lot of ‘em

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        • 274
          Liars and hyocrites says:

          Union leaders underestimate their members- most of whom understand perfectly well that they are being asked to sacrifice their jobs/homes/lives in futile strike action while people like Crow and Simpson still rake in huge salaries and enjoy numerous perks.

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          • the public loves Dave says:

            They will of course sacrifice their jobs/homes/lives for Wavy Davy and thank him joyfully with tears of gratitude in their eyes.

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      • 498
        Peter Low Watt says:

        They affiliate substantially fewer members to the Labour Party than were sent ballots.

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  4. 5
    Twit tw*t twot says:

    New Generation Liebour same as the old Nu Liebour,no change then,none of them see politics as a public service,it’s become a nice cushy job for the few.

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    • 64
      Tony E says:

      This is partly it, but partly I ‘m not sure that they really want the responsibility of power in the middle of an economic crisis. The trappings of power were nice while they lasted, but Labour is not, and never has been, a party of quiet governance.

      Labour is the vessel of the campaigner, the activist, the anti establishment voter. It has little feel for government and quickly becomes schizoid and aimless in power – it concentrates not on administration but on destroying the tories, the age old enemies of the working class.

      Problem with that is the cost – they cannot do what they want in government unless someone else provides the financial platform – you cannot redistribute wealth if there isn’t any.

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      • 76
        Anonymous says:

        Well said!

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        RightUpTheirNose says:

        ditto Tony..truth be known most labourites are more interested in perpetuating the class divide not removing it…without that crass hypocritical paradox to fuel their hatred of the moneyed their past performance demonstrates they are incapable of understanding that without both elements the whole is bereft of a plausible future prosperity.

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    • 179
      rocknrolla says:

      Guido the big winner was the country – Labour out of power for a generation. There is no way that gormless weirdo with his strange way of speaking, shifty look, absurd sense of entitlement and being the puppet of the big unions will ever be PM.

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        just saying it doesn't make it so or there wouldn't have been a hung Parliament according to you says:

        There is no way that gormless weirdo with his strange way of speaking, shifty look, absurd sense of entitlement and being the puppet of the big business will ever be PM.

        and yet he is though only because of his Brokeback friend Clegg
        Alas! not for long as the polls indicate

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      • 443
        sowwy! try again says:

        MORI

        Lab 37% – Con 37% – Lib 15%

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        • 552
          spheroids says:

          so what ?

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          Tony_E says:

          It’s impossible to extrapolate current polls into a 2012-2015 election result. We don’t know what the state of the economy will be then, or what the mood of the country will be.

          It is very easy to say right now that given an immediate choice, you would tick the box for Labour. But there is no pressure now to make that decision, so to ask the question is largely meaningless.

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    Get real and tell it like it really is says:

    Definate deja vu hearing the Talking Ed this morning spouting the same old rubbish, same delivery as the ex Prime Mentalist, why should this be? Of course – he was Broons sidekick and author of the failed Labour electoral strategy and he is going to be just as big a failure as Broon.

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      The political class can kiss my arse says:

      His delivery gave away his ‘formative’ years growing up with the other idiot. He has obviously been brow beaten from an early age, was unable to get his say in and always played second fiddle.

      Inside he is seething and displays a barely hidden sense of false entitlement and jealousy. He sounds and looks very much like a young Brown. He’s got a mong-like speech impediment too.

      Fuck me, Labour love knifing themselves in the back and chest.

      Game on.

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      • 54
        Game Over says:

        MORI POLL : LABOUR 37% – CONSERVATIVE 37% – LIB DEM 15%

        neck and neck in the polls and this is the honeymoon period before the tax rises and cuts even hit

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          Geezer says:

          Might the poll result be due, in part to the ceaseless campaign by the left dominated media inc the BBC to only give negative coverage to the elected government and adoring, uncritical coverage of their friends in the Regressive Left?

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          • Tom 'Bunter' Watson says:

            You are spot on, we own the souls of the BBC.

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          • reality check says:

            or might it be due to the fact that Cameron couldn’t even win a majority against a useless fucker like Brown because the public never liked Dave that much and they fear the tax rises and cuts to come ?

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          • Mr Ned says:

            Realitycheck, Cameron won more votes and a larger share of the vote than Blair in 2005, and Brown got fewer votes than John Major in 1997, the only thing stopping the tories from having a majority of seats was the grotesquely biased seat boundaries.

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          • reality check says:

            the boundary adjustments will gift approx 10 seats to the tories at the expense of mostly the lib dems but some labour seats

            hardly going to change that much is it ?

            and AV won’t help the tories with UKIP swallowing all their second votes

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        • 203
          Anonymous says:

          That gives the Government 52% and Labour 37% – dream on Game Over.

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          RightUpTheirNose says:

          just don’t believe the polls as cast at the moment as having the totally destroyed labour party back on par with the t’ories

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          • they matter says:

            the polls were right about the Leadership and right about a hung Parliament and Cameron surely isn’t complacent enough to pretend they don’t matter with elections next year ?
            or maybe he is ?
            he ignored them to his cost at the election and couldn’t get a majority

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          • ST says:

            The poll bounce is because the Lib Dems are no longer a refuge for left wing protest votes. From the point of view of a lefty the choice is now between the Greens and Labour.

            Don’t worry about it, the polls a gonna look a lot more shit very soon. Point is it doesn’t matter it was the same situation in 1979.

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          • Dont' worry about it, things can only get worse ? right ? says:

            it’s hardly a bounce since it has been relentlessy moving that way since may and you yourself admit it’s not going to stop

            the government of the day was kicked out in 1979 as a protest against dire conditions

            Cameron is in government now and it’s only going to get worse from here on in

            you seem to be admitting Dave is fucking toast

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        • 401
          ST says:

          We all expected this, we all know Labour will pull ahead, and we all know the next election will be a test of the British publics stupidity.

          I’d rather they were in power for 5 years than office for 10.

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          • We Wuv you Dave!!! says:

            the British Public weren’t stupid enough to give Cameron a majority so they are smarter than you for a fucking start

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        • 506
          Greychatter says:

          The next election is about 4 years and eight months away, so left wing media polls mean nothing.

          Tax cuts and incentives to work will come before then to get the country off its a.se.

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          • politicians never ignore the polls, only their minions and spinners do says:

            you were calling them left wing media polls when they all pointed to a hung parliament

            how did that turn out ?

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      • 55
        tweedledum and tweedledee says:

        Love the picture of them embracing after the leadership results were announced- it looks like D.Milli is about to strangle Ed.

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        Anon says:

        He hasn’t got a speach impediment, he just never had his adanoids out as a child by the sound of it.

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    • 518
      RED ED MilliBrownballs says:

      I’m just going to get on with the job

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    Thought he did okay on Marr this morning

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      Duty to inform, educate and entertain? says:

      Anyone else notice Marr announce this morning that the BBC unions were planning to strike next week ‘to keep the Conservative Party Conference off air’.
      Thanks for clarifying that Marr – you have now articulated what us hapless licence payers knew all along.

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      • 48
        Lady Virginia Droit de Seigneur says:

        Correction – off the BBC not off air

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        • 56
          Red Dave supporter of the BBC says:

          Mr Cameron stressed that he supported the BBC

          He said: “The BBC is an important national institution. I want to see it prosper and succeed and be a fantastic cultural asset.”

          He added that he was a “supporter of the licence fee”

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          • OneHungLo says:

            the BBC is a great institution held in awe the world over but despised here for it’s clear bias….cure that and it’s place is ensured in the future…be that with licence fee or in the real world of competition.

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          • it's all a conspiracy against us!! says:

            yes but you think the weather reports are biased against the tories because you’re a bunch of nutters

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          • The Bottle Fed Triplet says:

            Weather reports and the forecasrers are courtesy of the Met. office. Tomas Shafffaaknackers is not a Beeboid, he is civil servant.

            Sorry Tom, can’t spell your surname, I can do Michael Fish though.

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        • 58
          duty to inform,educate and entertain? says:

          You’re right M ‘lady- there is an obvious flaw in the unions dastardly plan.

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          ex BBC-Beeboid says:

          Well said, Lady V. The BBC often think that they are the sole broadcaster in the UK. If their programmes are half as good as the BBC say then the Corporation sould have the guts to go private and sell them on the open market.

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      • 51
        A licence payer says:

        Well if the BBC go on strike and keep the Tory party conference off air, then that’ll be the end of the BBC. Licence payers should respond on mass and simply not give them a bean.

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        • 66
          I'm not paying. says:

          I agree.
          If the BBC is no longer capable of providing unbiased and balanced news coverage,including an important conference of the ruling political party, they are not entitled to our money.

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        • 94
          Nope! try again says:

          Mr Cameron stressed that he supported the BBC

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          • Lady Virginia Droit de Seigneur says:

            It’s normal to ignore what they say and watch what they do. We will see

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          • Cast Iron Cameron says:

            So you think call me Dave is a Liar?

            Well he did Lie over Lisbon but his Liberal chums will cut him off at the knees if he ever touched the Beeb
            And without them it’s no more coalition government

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          • knobnuts says:

            hes not alone Nope the BBc is a good thing…but without the clear bias they display..Cameron is saying what many think and central office wants things to change but don’t expect a government to start throwing bricks at the national broadcaster so quickly…the charter renewal is the line in the
            sand.

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          Maximus says:

          It will then no longer be a matter of subjective opinion whether the BBC has breached its Charter, but a matter of objective fact that it has.

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          • White Van Man says:

            They also taken funding from the EU for many years which again is a breach of the royal charter.

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          • knobnuts says:

            isn’t that for the world service ?…. which from memory is part funded by the foreign office aswell. In fact the world service is the glowing element of the BBC just a real shame the BBC television news has such a sky replica feel and lacks real bite…all slick and thin on true intellectual depth. Victim of internet speed in news without considered thought.

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          • whine whine whine says:

            then take them to Court captain fact
            or stop fucking whining

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          • The Bottle Fed Triplet says:

            Hmm…. Consider the “ten o’clock news” when they say…”and now over to Rob with the round up of today’s sport”

            “Thanks Sophie, football, football, football, football, football, football, football, football, football, football, football, football, football, football, football, footballfootball, football, football, football, football, football, football, football, football, football, football, football, football, football, football, football. Oh, and the British team have won the world championships in some other sport but it isn’t football so we aren’t interested and I will only give it a fleeting mention. Back to you Sophie”

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          • White Van Man says:

            I don’t run around London in taxi’s or whine whine whine, I just stopped paying them and ignored the Hunts, 6 years in and its worked for me!

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    Lady Virginia Droit de Seigneur says:

    The Labour Party has chosen to lose the next general election and seems happy about it…

    Fuck them – I wish them years of self destructive navel gazing – anything that keeps the thieving scum out of my wallet

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      filipinomonkey says:

      Completely agree, and if it comes to pass then I shall also be happy. However as a poster said yesterday, you ignore the cretinous behaviour of the UK electorate at your peril.

      There’s nothing a government can’t totally FUBAR in the name of ‘fairness’.

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      not waving but drowning says:

      Whichever party wins this election will have to inflict such painful austerity measures on the British population that they will soon find themselves out of power for a generation. – Mervyn King, Bank of England Governor.

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      • 124
        Lady Virginia Droit de Seigneur says:

        The difference is though that I have some confidence that the coalition will try to cut some fat out of government – Labour will just tax the Middle Classes who have already born the brunt of their economic mismanagement (its certainly not the wealthy, the public sector or the benefit junkies)

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  8. 12

    Way too early to predict elections. Many lib votes will go to Labour next time. Ed Milliband will have time to reestablish Labour and the impact of the cuts will bite into many Tory constituencies.

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    Get real and tell it like it really is says:

    Just to make you all smile this morn – quote from the ex Prime Mentalist in his speech yesterday “Labour is the only progresive party this country has” – he left out the next bit – progressing from catastrophe to utter catastrophe.

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  10. 15
    dave mac says:

    Quote of the Year

    Red ED on Marr show after having said that Blair, Mandleson, Campbell etc were ‘towering figures’

    ” They’ve got wisdom. They didn’t back me”

    Priceless!!!

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  11. 17
    gordo the clown says:

    who gives a fuck, bunch of ,commie retards oblivion awaits man of the people silver spoon ed who still lives with his mum hahahahaha-hahahahahaha loooooooosers

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    Cato Street Conspirator says:

    If the coalition drag us into a double dip M has a good chance of becoming PM; if they don’t then he hasn’t. It really is as simple as that. The job of the Labour Party is what it always has been – to give the illusion there’s a choice.

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    • 24
      Tessa Tickles says:

      A double dip would be long finished by 2015. Here’s Ed hard at work in his next job, in June of that year:

      http://img29.imageshack.us/img29/5040/edmiliband1.jpg

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      • 68
        it's the economy stupid says:

        horseshit

        the cuts and tax rises are not a one off event but scheduled to take place every year getting till 2015

        keep clutching at straws

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      • 572
        Anonymous says:

        That double dip narrative is bollocks.
        Double dip or not, the whole mess is Labour’s fault.
        We need take the medicine to avoid to avoid something far far worse.

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    • 65
      it's the economy stupid says:

      if the public hate the tax rises and cuts he will too
      and they don’t sound too fucking keen on them right now
      do they?

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      • 95
        Labour losers says:

        Maybe that’s why the Tories gained around 100 seats in the election-seats that Labour lost. Voters more intelligence that you give them credit and realised that something desperately needed to be done to sort out the financial hole that Labour had dug us into.

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    • 313
      Apagusta says:

      Cato….arrrrrrrso (traditional peter sellers greeting not an insult) …give us a break the coalition is not going to drag us into a double dip recession…the economy will do that on it’s own if we are seen to be taking the soft options on deficit reduction…don’t spell out the truth of the last 13 years of mismanagement and articulate the reality that the medicine is pragmatic..draw the sting now and reap the benefits when the rest of Europe starts the same ‘real’ trail of recovery.

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    Labour ...the gift that just keeps on giving says:

    The “Black Ops” has already started on “Red Ed” it seems….a few snippets in the Mail on Sunday such as highlighting his parents Marxist beliefs and questioning his “family beliefs” by the fact that he is not married to his partner who is expecting their second child whilst mentioning in passing that Ed ..who is a “proud dad” does not seem to have put his name on his son’s birth certificate preferring to leave the heading “Father” blank.

    The Mail also reminds readers that he was also responsible for the 2010 Labour Manifesto and its “failed promises/policies” and throwing in a few references to “Union Bosses” and “Winter of Discontent” for good measure plus stirring in a little sibling rivalry along the way

    Things are likely to get dirtier and it’s not just the Tories who will be briefing against Citizen Ed.He will have trouble aplenty within Labour too

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1315289/Labours-new-chief-British-political-leader-round-conventions-wedlock-fatherhood.html

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    • 45
      Shoey says:

      Are the Millibands a socialist version of Monsanto’s suicide seeds? Does being dedicated socialists for at least 2 generations mean they can’t procreate?

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    • 52
      Anonymous says:

      What about Kings mistress great grand sons in government! These are irrelevant.

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    • 70
      Cameron's Brokeback Marxists says:

      has he attacked capitalism like a coaltion cabinet member has ?

      then shut the fuck up

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      • 119
        If Wishes were horses,beggars would ride says:

        It’s all about taking and holding the centre ground. Blair understood that.Any move to the left will be political suuicide.Left wing governments don’t win UK elections. The people who decide aren’t the core voters of any party Labour or Tory it’s the thousands and thousands of floating voters. The South,East and Midlands are a virtual no-go area for Labour after the election.Labour has lost connection with the C1 White Collar and C2 skilled workers that propelled both Thatcher and Blair to power.They have decided views.The Mail understands that and is tapping into those fears. That is Miliband Jnr’s challenge to re-connect with that voter base otherwise you can forget about Labour returning to power anytime soon let alone in 2015

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        • 452
          Just because Cameron is Blair's mini-me doesn't mean the public liked him says:

          Blair is a warcriminal who needed Brown to get him elected in 2005

          He’s a CUN’T

          If Labour had lost all touch they cleary wouldn’t be level pegging in the polls

          And there is ZERO sign of Ed moving left
          so throw away that tired old str aw man unless you think shouting Red at something will be any more successfull than it was against Blair

          the tax rises and cuts are going to make the coalition as popular as the Bankers with the British public

          unless the coalition totally turns the economy around in four and a bit years
          they
          are
          fucked

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          • Tessa Tickles says:

            The economy won’t be turned around within our lifetimes. Everyone knows that.

            What we’re looking forward to is the annihilation of the parasites that caused our plight. Labour’s annihilation. Brown’s. Blair’s. Yours.

            When I walk to work this winter, I hope I step over your frozen corpse. And I’m going to laugh as I do. Maybe your kids will be there, too. Dead and frozen. Ha ha ha hahhahahahahhahaa! That’s what happens when you spend more than your earn, you socialist parasite. Ha!

            No pity from the real workers, c’unt.

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      • 201
        Anonymous says:

        Pity it is Sunday, one day later and you’d be back at school.

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    • 188
      Lady Virginia Droit de Seigneur says:

      Some of this is not stirring – if a Tory leader had fascist parents it would be all over the press. The manifesto is a matter of fact not stirring. Given the amount of sniping and whining over the Coalition and cuts we’ve seen on the BBC and in the Guardian I’m quite enjoying it.

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    • 358
      The Bottle Fed Triplet says:

      Not being prepared to make a committment to your “life partner” is the equivalent of leaving the car round the back with the engine running. His not getting married is most probably a result of his indoctrination to despise the traditions of what has proved to be a stabilising influence in society. Marxists will always be keen to wrest the influence of such conventions away from the control of religions and societal norms by undermining them, they usually do it for control.

      As for his reported failure to be named on his child’s birth certificate I wonder why he is not prepared to accept the responsibility or to be prepared to officially declare that he is doing his duty toward his own offspring.

      “a spokeswoman for the new Labour leader suggested he simply had not had time to fill in the form.” (i.e. I have brought a child in to this world and I cannot be bothered to fill in a form. Worthy of someone on the Jeremy Kyle Show)

      What utter tosh.

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      • 374
        Who's the daddy Boris ? says:

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        Single mother not on benefits says:

        No time to fill out the form my arse. You have six weeks to register a child. Both parents have to be there. They cannot be his children. How old are they does anyone know? The law changed in 2004 in the sense that a man named on the birth certificate as the father has parental rights. Pre-2004, even if the father is named he has no rights over the child unless he is married to the childs mother. There’s a lot more to this story.

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      • 441
        Anonymous says:

        He had plenty of time to fill in the ‘Deed of Variation’ form on his father’s house to make sure he didn’t need to pay inheritance tax.

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    • 375
      Indigo says:

      whilst mentioning in passing that Ed ..who is a “proud dad” does not seem to have put his name on his son’s birth certificate preferring to leave the heading “Father” blank.

      If true, that seems to indicate arrested development and an unwillingness to take responsibility. What does he want instead – to insert another name, later? Or is he waiting until he sees how his son turns out, first, as a precaution: you know, if the son grows up to be a Tory, then perhaps Ed will leave that heading blank.

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    • 435
      Anonymous says:

      What kind of father goes out of their way NOT to put their name on their child’s birth certificate? Very fuckin’ odd.

      Like

    • 578
      Rip Van Winkle says:

      Anything not true?? So why ‘black arts’?

      Like

  14. 22
    Anonymous says:

    Conservatives are to the left, they have a Pakistani Muslim women as chair also Osborne’s brother is a Muslim. Look at other policies on defence (cuts to arm forces), criminals (more being let out), gay rights (number of gay ministers), green taxes, immigration (only 1.5% reduction), etc.

    Its a joke to see conservatives pretending to be right.

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  15. 22
    Labour are finished says:

    Once again: thank you to Labour and Mr Whelan for electing Ed. Cheers. Oh, and thanks again.

    Like

    • 39
      Big Bird says:

      What’s the difference between Ed Milliband and Ernie?
      One is a gormless puppet and the other a character from Sesame Street.

      Like

    • 53
      Vince Cable's secret off-shore account says:

      Yes thank you as well for making the Labour sack of shit unelectable, thank you again.

      Like

    • 71
      Cameron's Brokeback Marxists says:

      by being level in the polls before the tax rises and cuts even hit

      riiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiight

      LOL!

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      • 102
        Anonymous says:

        Yes, but those figures refer to the situation *before* Red Ed was elected. Ed Milliband will go the same way as Foot. Even if he has every intention of being very New Labour, the press will never let us forget his left-wing roots. The guy’s doomed.

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        • 112
          no majority for you dave says:

          that worked against Blair for three elections in a row didn’t it ?

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          • Anonymous says:

            No. Blair was much more adept. Ed hasn’t a hope.

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          • There wil be no hung Parliament!!!! says:

            becoz I say so innits ?

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          • Apagusta says:

            blair was a slick operator but his luck was timing in that the tories lost the initiative after 18 years and the blair brown mandelson cliche said whatever they needed to to pull the vote…actually not a very difficult task..the ace was getting the unions to fall in behind the tunecallers long enough to get their feet under the table…thereafter it was a ‘shaftfeist’ for the public and economy.

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    • 85
      Backwoodsman says:

      ……and we all look forward to comprehensive bbc analysis and saturation coverage of the fact that while only 9% of individual union members eligible to vote cast their ballots, the union block vote was responsible for ‘red ed’s victory.

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      • 152
        Lord Ashcroft says:

        It’s a disgrace!!!!

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      • 332
        Upinsmoke says:

        yes but at just over 1% not a really significant margin to take the labour arty forward…David..blairs favourite policy maker…Ed the last election’s architect…both are a waste of space but both capable of repeating ad nauseum the new generation of labour …the young finding their real roots…getting the trust of the british public back…fairness…just a new blair facade…underlying dogma remains unreined.

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  16. 26
    concrete pump says:

    “The Labour Party has chosen to lose the next general election and seems happy about it…”

    And the one after that.

    It’s a shame the T*ries are being led by such a feeble, pasty faced, Blair rimming spastic like Cameron.

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    • 111
      rick says:

      “It’s a shame the T*ries are being led by such a feeble, pasty faced, Blair rimming spastic like Cameron.”

      The Conservative Party is there to give the “I’m not really interested in politics” type of voter the illusion that they have a choice.

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    • 335
      Upinsmoke says:

      sorry CP but you are very wide of the mark…cameron has what it takes you just don’t want him to develop into a statesman.

      Like

  17. 29
    Not the 9 o'clock news says:

    In other news, after months of deliberations the Labour party have selected a new leader. And now the weather.

    Like

  18. 30
    Gordon Brown says:

    I did a jobby during my speech yesterday and no one noticed. Tee hee! Fizzy orange time.

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  19. 32
    John says:

    RedEd had a soft time on the beebs Andrew Marr show this morning.

    Two labour luvvie hacks completed the sham
    ‘savaged by a dead sheep(s)’

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  20. 33
    Harriet has lost the plot. says:

    Hattie Harperson just told Adam boulton that Gordon was a great leader and she had a straight face.

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    • 41
      all wimmin shortlists says:

      Her chin has disappeared into her neck.

      Like

    • 72
      filipinomonkey says:

      But they all do this, its realpolitik at work. Years later when she’s safely pensioned off working for the EU she’ll tell you he was a disasterous crock of shite that lost Labour the 2010 election.

      See, there’s some good in everyone.

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      • 100
        Liars and hyocrites says:

        Perhaps she’ll write a book about it?
        Blair and his cronies spent years insisting publicly that all was well between him and Brown and then the truth came out in a rash of piss-poor books. It
        just proves the contempt in which Labour hold the British electorate.

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    • 340
      Upinsmoke says:

      she also whines on that at the last election the public were worried about downward pressure on wages and housing issues….really woman is just as sickening as ed balls or yvette to listen to.

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  21. 33
    James Hamilton says:

    One thing I’ve learnt is how much these bastards hate us; ‘us’ being people who don’t share their world view. Let’s not take it for granted that Labour will lose the next election, let’s just keep reminding ourselves and anybody else who’ll listen just how dreadful, economically illiterate and bigoted they are.

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  22. 35
    Concerned says:

    Will he make an honest woman out of Justine? Having two illegitimate children is an appalling example in a country where so many of the deep social problems are caused in this way. And will not go down at all well with swing voters (as opposed to swingers).

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    • 42
      feckless fathers says:

      Why isn’t his name on his kids birth certificate?

      Like

    • 61
      single mother not living off the state says:

      Marriage is an outdated institution. But for him not to be on the children’s birth certificate suggests the children are not his. Maybe Ed was firing blanks and Justine asked the gloriously fecund Boris for a helping hand.

      Like

      • 78
        Crispin Blunt says:

        I keep telling William and George that but they won’t listen.

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      • 367
        The Bottle Fed Triplet says:

        Outdated? Have you seen how much the “wedding” industry is worth.. OK marriage isn’t for everyone but there are many happy children out there who are the product of a stable marriage.

        Take a look at any social worker’s case book and tell me what proportion of those are problems with stable marriages versus the “alternatives”.

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        • 573
          feckless fathers says:

          I can understand the non-marriage bit. I lived with my partner for many years before we married. But both our names were immediately put on our kids birth certificates.Why wouldn’t anyone want to do that for their children?

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  23. 37
    Steve Miliband says:

    So after months of turning left, during his first TV appearance he turns right looking for the centre ground, just like all his comrades and the Coalition. Plus ca change.

    Like

    • 84
      your base elects you leader then you run in the middle says:

      exactly as predicted

      even Cameron sounded vaguely like a Conservative in his leadership contest

      but don’t tell the retards as they think shouting RED at something is going to work

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      • 107
        Ben says:

        You’re right, I think. He did what he needed to do to get elected. He was able to take on a more experienced, established figure and beat him. That’s impressive.

        The red thing is just a smear as far as I can see. The policy differences between Ed and David are pretty minimal. His rhetoric might appeal to the left but what are the concrete policies that make him ‘red’?

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        • 600
          Atlas shrugged says:

          Red Ed or Crimson Cameron it will make no difference in the end. Our Fabian/fascist establishment has long since been running the entire show. Which has now almost entirely moved to Belgium anyhow.

          The good news.

          Who wins or loses the next British General Election matters only to those who bet on these types of things, or the individual MPs, and PMs involved at the time.

          May I suggest that most of you stop wasting your limited energy on party politics, because party politics long since ceased to exist as an important issue?

          The Conservative Party are Sky News, while and The Labour Party are BBC News.

          Which basically means there is absolutely no material difference between either of them worth mentioning.

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  24. 38
    Di Yann Fat Bott says:

    Me would win da next election and ting. It be their loss. Peea and riice now.

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  25. 46
    Quango says:

    Aren’t we all very complacent this morning. Remember lots of people vote Labour becuase they hate the Tories, not from any sense of loyalty to Labour. Brown gone, fresh start, Tories cutting away and loving it…….he has a good chance.

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    • 81
      same old crap says:

      Ed is inextricably linked with Brown- being one of his closest allies while Brown was PM.
      He has also been given ringing endorsements by Kinnock. Hardly a fresh start is it?

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      • 118
        ees a commie like dat Vince Cable ineee ? says:

        you’re thinking of Balls

        or talking Balls

        take your pick

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        • 212
          Get real and tell it like it really is says:

          Talking Ed was an “adviser” to Brown before being shuffled into a safe Labour seat about five years ago and has been a “Brown Boy” – make of that what you will – ever since. He was not even an MP six years ago.

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          • Don the King says:

            the boys a lightweight

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          • Quango says:

            Dave was advising Lamont – he’s now PM. Granted he couldn’t win an open goal election – but I don’t think the voters were citing his links with Lamont as a problem. For the public – it’s a fresh start.

            Obviously the right wing press will try and finish him, time will tell if they succeed. I’m sure Guido will be supportive though. Given he’s such a libertarian, I’m sure he won’t want to see any lies being spread.

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          • it woz the Sun wot monged it says:

            The right wing press threw everything they had at BROWN and Cameron still didn’t get majority.

            They also called Clegg a Nazi though for some reason they haven’t brought that up again. LOL!

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  26. 49
    Labour Troll says:

    I am Labour troll. I am not happy about result. That is why I come here and post comments. Hold on, I need wipe drool from my mouth. Heee! I not mong! Heeeawaaaugh! Sorry, what was I say? Oh yes. I not happy bunny. I very upset. I wear big boy pants. Mummy says one day I will be big boy and be big and strong. Yay.

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  27. 50
    Ghettobaby says:

    He might be Labour leader now….but that doesn’t change the fact that he looks like Carole McGiffin……….

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  28. 67
    BRING IT ON ! says:

    Ed and Jack’s 2011 Eurovision entry !

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  29. 69
    Eileen Critchley says:

    Dave could’nt beat Gordon. Don’t write Labour off just yet.

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  30. 77
    the REAL Guido Fawkes says:

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  31. 79
    Sarf of the River says:

    o/t but…

    I live in SE16. I just had a communication from Thames Water with respect to the proposed new 20 mile Thames Tunnel sewer. The covering letter is in English, clear and concise. SE16 is in England the last time I checked though sometimes one does wonder.

    There was an additional sheet devoted entirely to other languages. It was only one extra sheet but multiplied with the number of households this is going to is clearly not an insignificant cost. A proportion of this cost will no doubt be passed on to me in the form of my bill. They are not a charity.

    This kissing of multicultural arse is increasing costing this country dear. Why the hell should we put up with it? If they can’t read a basic letter in English what the hell are they doing here in the first place? If I was to move to France I would make sure I could read and write French.

    Why should it be any different when the boot is on the other foot? This pandering to minorities at my expense is increasingly getting my goat.

    Here are the languages Thames Water thought it necessary to communicate in.

    Albanian
    Arabic
    Bengali
    Cantonese
    Farsi
    French
    Gujarati
    Hindi
    Kurdish
    Mandarin
    Polish
    Portugese
    Punjabi
    Pushtu
    Somali
    Spanish
    Tamil
    Turkish
    Urdu
    Vietnamese

    To segway back on topic, what is Red Ed going to do about it, or Cameron for that matter?

    I truly despair.

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  32. 87
    CCHQ Troll says:

    I am CCHQ troll. I am not happy about result or the polls. That is why I come here and post comments. Hold on, I need wipe drool from my mouth. Heee! I not mong! Heeeawaaaugh! Sorry, what was I say? Oh yes. I not happy bunny. I very upset. I wear big boy pants. Mummy says one day I will be big boy and be big and strong. Yay.

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    • 104
      Mad Hattie Harman's curiously cavernous front bottom says:

      Here’s me in Peckham High St, after the next General Election.

      http://img96.imageshack.us/img96/3571/harrietbeggar.jpg

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      • 137
        Anonymous says:

        No you will be ok Hattie, you will have a pension to dream of and of course thanks to Jack being able to somehow circumvent the women only short list thing, there will be his income.

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        • 184
          Mad Hattie Harman's curiously cavernous front bottom says:

          Thank you for your kind reassurance, that’s wonderful of you.

          As for Jack, he was able to circumvent the female-only shortlist thingy by becoming female. It was a simple, private, ceremony. He was very brave and didn’t scream much at all, not that there was much to cut off.

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    • 235
      Tom 'Bunter' Watson says:

      I realy must up the quality of my trolls, the above stupidly tries to copy and twist someone elses words. We at Labour must try harder.

      Right, off to a concrete cellar to twist a few arms with the heavy mob. Oh Ed…..

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      • 283
        concrete pump says:

        I’m wanking in nells letterbox

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        • 305
          concrete pump is nell says:

          That doesn’t surprise me. You attention seeking twat.

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          • concrete pump says:

            You sockpuppet @ 1:08 and @1:35 to try and be funny, you sad desperate twat. You’re a fucking coward.

            You haven’t got the balls to post under your own name, you mug!

            I give shit and i take it, YOU can’t do that can you? What is it about me that fascinates you so much?

            Posting under 2 different monikers to try and make a point. You REALLY are a fucking sad sack. LOL!

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          • ooh, get you concrete dump says:

            Why you assume only one person here thinks you are a total retard is completely beyond me.

            Fuck off!

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          • wrong again fuckwit says:

            I prefer concrete chump and yes he is king retard

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          • concrete pump says:

            LOL, had to change yer moniker AGAIN, like a sad twat.
            This is an anonymous comments section that you take FAR to seriously.

            Take a valium or something, wanker!

            What a twat you are! You should just jog on and have a good cry – in fact have a good blub and fuck off, LOL!

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          • Unsworth says:

            Speak for yourself shit head. Anyone who cannot or is too afraid to use a recognisable nom de plume is just a trolling prat.

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          • turnip watch says:

            is concrete pump nell ??? it explains a great deal

            Like

          • I'll have a sparrow with that barman says:

            I’ve got so many nom de plumes I lose track of what I said to myself

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          • fuck this says:

            “What is it about me that fascinates you so much?”

            Your madness, idiocy and occasional flashes of utter desperation.

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          • Tessa Tickles says:

            That and his lovely bum.

            Or so I like to think.

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  33. 91
    The Court of Public Opinion says:

    Improptu demonstration of professional journalism

    Quick everybody before they twig: The Daily Mail has a mugshot of Bruin doing his very best Mr Bean impression, with Bliar doing his familiar demon eyes next to him and the informative subtitle “Write caption here”: http://tinyurl.com/39e8e7a

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  34. 98
    Ben says:

    A lot of the right leading media are portraying the choice as a problem for Labour. I’m not sure this has any real basis.

    If there was going to be an election soon then David would be the better choice. He’s more experienced and has better name recognition. He’s ready to go.

    Ed is more affable. I think he’s more able to appeal to ordinary voters. He’s much less connected to the previous labour government. And with an election several years off he has time to grow into the role.

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    • 105
      but shouting RED will make the public love call me Dave ? won't it ? says:

      oh please FFS don’t bring reason or rationality into it

      the mongs are enjoying themselves and Guido will delete your comment before long

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    • 106
      Anonymous says:

      Tell me, what planet do you live on? Planet Zog?

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      • 121
        Red Red Red Red Red Red Red Red... is it working yet ? says:

        planet “level in the polls before the cuts and tax rises have even taken place”

        you appear to hail from planet straw man

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      • 148
        Mailgoloids are funny says:

        planet ‘level in the polls’ before the tax rises and cuts hit

        you appear to be from planet Daily Mail

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      • 157
        neck and neck says:

        go back to your Daily Mail and prepare for polling oblivion

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        • 186
          IIt's the economy...stupid !! says:

          Whether labour get re-elected in 2015 depends on whether Cameron’s gamble on cutting the deficit pays off and we see the economy on the up;employment and taxes going down.Everything else is a distraction.The Daily Mail is playing the game it always plays.Anyone slightly left of centre must be a raving Marxist Commie !!!

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          • It IS the economy stupid says:

            the cuts and tax rises are not a one off event for next year

            they increase year by year till 2015

            the public don’t sound too keen on them at the moment
            do they ?

            Like

          • oooooooo noooooooo says:

            How can you be keen on something, or not, if you don’t know what that something is?

            Who are you? Fucking Nostradamus? Fuck off.

            Like

          • Go Fuck yourself you twat says:

            the public don’t know there are tax rises and cuts coming
            like fuck they don’t
            you retard

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          • oooooooo noooooooo says:

            Ever heard of a full stop? If so why don’t you allow your brain to employ the technique sometime? You’re nearly there after all.

            Like

          • Can't remember he's a Belgian nonce says:

            ever heard of being a desperate anal twat ? that’s you that is
            Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha!!

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    • 442
      Don the King says:

      Ben he wrote the last government’s election manifesto….

      you say ‘hes much less connected to the previous labour government’

      How much closer can you be ?

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  35. 101
    Steve Miliband says:

    Abra, abra-cadabra
    I want to reach out and grab ya

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  36. 113
    Labour are finished, washed up and through says:

    You can always tell when Labour trolls are scared. They come on this site and post a stream of desperate comments about the coalition to disguise the fact they’re in deep despair over not kicking out McDoom when they had the chance and now being lumbered with a Star Trek convention attendee being installed as leader by union bosses whilst having been rejected by most Labour MPs and party members in favour of his brother, two things which will come back to haunt Mr Milibland at EVERY single PMQs for the next 5 years.

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  37. 120
    Nick2 says:

    “The Labour Party has chosen to lose the next general election and seems happy about it…”

    No surprise there IMO. Cleggeron haven’t yet bit the overspending bullet, at the moment they are shuffling financial deckchairs on the deck of a sinking ship. One consequence of their not cutting overall public spending could be deferred pain/anger/anguish amongst the electorate, and a possible second term for the coalition.

    Alternatively, if by some miracle Osborne/Cable/Cleggeron DO manage to reduce annual public sector spending by more than their currently unambitious target, then Ed can try to attract the disaffected/impoverished/newly unemployed voters to Old Labour. (Welfare recipients’ votes are already taken as in the bag).

    Were the country not in such deep shit, maybe they could ALL lose…

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  38. 126
    Neil Kinnochio says:

    I don’t care about the result. The EU has made me and my son very rich. We’re all right! We’re all right! We’re all right!

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  39. 128

    I wonder how the security services feel about having a Bolshevik as leader of the Opposition?

    Presumably this clown is going to have to be let into the Privy Council and be given access to intelligence data – would you entrust your secrets to a fratricidal lunatic of Levite extraction?

    I’m sure there’s some sort of protocol that could make the Labourites have to go back and choose a leader who is at least British…

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  40. 129
    Anonymous says:

    So , it’s the one who looks like a halibut and not the bampot with the banana.

    I am wondering how many programmes about the Milliband Brothers the BBBC can squeeze out under the guise of ” public interest not bias”

    They’ve certainly kept the pot boiling for Labour – not in a bunny boiler sense either – just the usual Labour sycophancy.

    Do you think the news will headline ” Despite lack of interest from the Union members Labour have a new and radically different leader”

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    • 138
      what will you fill the blog with now ? says:

      Guido has bored us all to tears by running hundreds of stories on it already

      I doubt he’ll stop now unless he has another scoop of a cabinet member to out

      Like

    • 444
      The Ape Man Commeth says:

      “the one who looks like a halibut”
      LOL

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  41. 130
    Ed Miliband is worse the Stalin!!!! says:

    get a fucking grip mongs

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  42. 132
    Gordon Brown says:

    I look forward to making my fourth speech as party leader at the Labour conference. But first, I need to loosen these restraints.

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  43. 134
    Gordon Brown says:

    Just been watching the news. Its all a bit confusing.

    So ..does this mean I’m still the leader of the Labour party still or just Prime Minister?

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  44. 140
    Charles Wheely Bin says:

    Ed will not be available for any further interviews until we’ve finished writing his speech. Your patience is appreciated.

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  45. 142
    Richard Dawkins says:

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  46. 145
    Technomist says:

    Spare a thought for Diane Abbott.

    Only 20 of the 3,363 distributed ballot papers of the ‘Black Asian Minority Ethnic Labour’ section were returned with a vote in her favour.

    Like

  47. 146
    Bof says:

    Ed Miliband is a talking horse

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  48. 149
    Ed Milibrown says:

    Comrades! It’s simply not true I was a member of Gordon Brown’s government. That’s a lie by the right wing press. I despise what Mr Brown did to the country just as much as you do. I’m the man who will bring change. I believe in prosperity but with prudence. Prudence is very important. It’s the right thing to do. It started in America. Oh, wait. Sorry, scratch that last part. It’s all Sue’s fault.

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  49. 156
    Dyann Flabby Bott says:

    Yeah blud motherfuckaz. Da Labour parteh be well ray shell ist and ting. Dey didn’t vote 4 me cos I not be a whitey. Dat is well bang out of order and ting. I’ve got nothing more 2 say. Here be my taxi receipts for £9582. I have nothing more 2 say, motherfucka.

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  50. 158
    In the spirit of celebration over Ed Milibot's election, let's rub some salt into Labour's wounds with this glorious moment says:

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    • 165
      the end of the parteh says:

      “The Labour Party has chosen to lose the next general election and seems happy about it…”

      Wayhay! We’re totally fruitloop we are.

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  51. 159
    Mike Litorus says:

    That Union vote break down in pictures for Red Militant supporters. “Backing of the Unions?” hahahahaha

    http://img52.imageshack.us/img52/7497/liebore.png

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    • 273
      Leftists have no respect for other people's property (or votes) says:

      Nearly 15% of the ballots were ‘spoilt’?

      I wonder how many of those were really for Milli D?

      Like

      • 355
        The political class can kiss my arse says:

        If I got sent a postal ballot paper by those arseholes I certainly would have spoiled it, by shitting on it and sending it back in a sealed jiffy envelope.

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  52. 162
    Blair's mini-me Tony Cameron grovels at the feet of his Hero says:

    In the spirit of celebration over Ed Milibot’s election, let’s rub some salt into Dave’s lickspittle poodles wounds with this glorious moment says

    Did you ever know that you’re my hero,
    and everything I would like to be?
    I can fly higher than an eagle,
    ’cause you are the wind beneath my wings.

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  53. 164
    Madme Defarge says:

    Well that’s Liebour fecked for a couple of decades but what a sorry state we’re in. I was and still am prepared to give the Coalition a chance but so far it’s all just a bit messy and I can’t see the tunnel let alone any light at the end of it.

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  54. 170
    Bye Bye, Labour says:

    Shall we start the bets on how long it’ll take for Labour to ditch Ed? Or will they do what they did over Brown and walk into the next election with a loser?

    Like

  55. 173
    Bye Bye, Labour says:

    Even Kevin Maguire on LBC is saying it’s odd that Ed hasn’t put his name as father of his girlfriend’s kids.

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  56. 174
    genghiz the kahn says:

    Its the Unions wot done it.

    Will the the Unite Ed puppet focus on the extra Parliamentary strategy advocated by his dear old dad, ie using the Unions to ignore Parliament’s wishes to advance the cause of the workers?

    Why is it that the grandson of a Communist, and son of a Marxist stooge or lefty Hunt is allowed to stand as a leader of a political party? Imagine the fuss the Guardinistas would make if Miliband had been the grandson of one of Franco’s supporters, or that Grandad was a Fascist blackshirt from Italy.

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  57. 178
    will says:

    All the tories need to do now is sit back and when the unions try to have mass industrial sction affecting the public is to see what labour reaction is and remind the public constantly that the unions have brought the labour party and are the party of industrial strife and by overspending poorly in the public sector and not improving productivity when it had the chance, that it helped to create the waste in the public sector.

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  58. 182
    Bye Bye, Labour says:

    Can I say thank you to the jolly fellow who calls everyone who hates Labour a “Tory lickspittle c-unt”? Your monomaniacal posting day in day out is a pleasure. Just shows how desperate you are. Keep it up. Please post soon. In fact, please reply to my post as soon as possible, and in doing so you will confirm you’re a sad Labour twat. Post NOW! Come on! Hurry up! Make Gordon proud!

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  59. 187
    Can't remember my moniker says:

    Winners and losers? Let’s get this right, shall we? After the last fuckwit government, we are all fucking losers. And our children. And their children. And so on for generations …

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  60. 189
    Bye Bye, Labour says:

    Blairite Tessa Cheek By Jowells about to be interviewed on LBC. Should be a laugh.

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  61. 190
    DAVE HATES ED says:

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  62. 194
    Labour Troll says:

    You lickspittle! Hee hee! I not anything else to say! I post same thing thousand times a day! Hee hee! Lickspittle lickspittle lickspittle! Mini-me! Call me Dave! Hee! I so interesting! I not sad desperate Labour voter who hates the existence of this site and wishes Labour List had more traffic. Hee! I call everyone lickspittle. Heeuuweeaugh!

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  63. 195
    Voice of Treason says:

    I just wonder when will Labour realise that the continuing interferences of the reptilian Mandelson will be seen what what they are – massive vote losers. This foul creature is a self-serving busybody who has damaged the Labour party more than any other unelected being.

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  64. 196
    Centre Parting says:

    Why has David Baddiel been voted leader of the Labour Party/

    Did’n know he was standing.

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  65. 197
    Union confirms it owns Ed says:

    Tony Woodley speaking on LBC says unions created Labour party and in this election ordinary workers have had chance to elect new leader. He also says Ed is talking language of normal people and is pleased about his statements on what he wants to do.

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  66. 204
    The TUC BBC EUSSR Liebour Regressive Alliance Party says:

    Vote Red vote Ed for higher taxes and more debt!

    Like

  67. 210
    Ed MiliGump says:

    Fizzy orange all round boys!

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  68. 215
    Wot Gorilla says:

    Radio news said lots of gorillas running round London today. I don’t think that’s a very PC way to describe the peace loving muzbots gathered in Trafalgar Square marking the end of ramalamadingdong.

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  69. 220
    Abdul Ikram says:

    Does this meanings that Mr Ed will be givings me and my 645 childrens more free moneys? That is only reason I sending 9 million posting votes for him. Nice man came to my door and tellings me if I send posting votes for Mr Ed, my family gets much free benny fits. I hope so. Working in kafir country is a sin. I not want works. I want free money. Death to you. Thank you please.

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  70. 221

    State your name please
    “Gordon Brown”

    “occupation?”
    “The president of Harvard University”

    Your specialist topic is exaggerations and untruths.
    Gordon, welcome to Mastermind. First question..

    1} What happened to the possible election in 2007?
    GB – erm …pass
    Correct! – you passed on the election and your poll ratings collapsed.

    2} – What happened to a bank in 2008?
    GB – I saved the world?

    – erm..no..you Nationalised Northern rock, but pretended to the voters that you hadn’t
    GB – that’s what I said
    – no you didn’t

    3} – When Tony Blair said ‘its like living next to a mentally disturbed patient, who was he referring too?
    GB – Cherie?
    -No.. It was you,

    4} Who set up the piss poor FSA to regulate financial institutions in the UK
    GB – Alistair Darling. I mean, he was chancellor.. wait a minute..it was Mervyn King!
    No- again, it was you.

    5} Who was the longest serving Prime minister since the war?
    GB – Me..I worked every hour of every day.So in minutes spent actually at work, well..bound to be me?
    – No, incorrect,

    6} What caused the credit crunch
    GB – Lord Ashcroft?
    – No. Loose financial regulations and reckless bank lending practices.
    GB – well I’d look that up if I were you. I’m sure it was Lord Ashcroft. And George Osborne. I saw him do it.

    7}- What is the best way to reduce a deficit?
    GB – massive borrowing!

    8}How many coups did you face in your short tenure as leader of the labour party?
    GB – I think it was…it was none?
    -Actually it was three.

    9} What’s a good cure for depression?
    GB- Prozac, Sertraline some Paxil and a handful of bazonkapram. Erm..I mean , i don’t know.

    And that’s all we have time for.
    GB – No,I started the job and so I’ll finish it…

    I’m afraid not. Though it would have been fun to watch you make the cuts that you have caused to be necessary..

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  71. 224
    Will Straw says:

    You want some ganja?

    Like

  72. 232
    Gordon Brown, I am not autistic says:

    I don’t understand why everyone was laughing. I thought my answer made perfect sense.

    Like

  73. 234
    Red!! Communists!! Red!! Communists!! Red!! Communists!! Red!! Communists!! Red!! Communists!! says:

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  74. 238
    Anonymous says:

    Does the result of this election not show what a wonderful thing the Alternative Vote is? Under first past the post, David Miliband would have won. But as Labour uses AV for its leadership elections, it got Ed instead by a whisker on the 4th round of counting. Brilliant!

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  75. 239
    David Miliband says:

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  76. 251
    Circus Tipriot says:

    More barmy smugness.
    This is not the 1980 electorate, Cameron is not the Iron Handbag, and Minigland is not Michael Foot.
    Miliband is the Fluffy Front – behind which hides the Harman-Dromey Tendency.

    You read it here first…..
    http://nbyslog.blogspot.com/2010/07/revealed-harmans-barmy-army-opening.html

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    • 319
      Tinky Winky says:

      Cameron may not be an iron handbag however in the ConDem civil partnership there are plenty of arse bandits with purple handbags.

      They’re all fucking Dipsy and La La with their nobs covered in Po.

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  77. 254
    Little Ed says:

    Ed M: Mad mummy Hatty, can I go out and play with the bigs boys from the working class estate?
    Harriet: No Little Ed, they are the nasty boys who want to destroy your party. You can go out and get on your bike when we have put the stabilisers on. Then we can watch a puppet show.
    EdM: Oh thank you Mad mummy Hattie, me going to draw you a picture.

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  78. 255
    You can't take the 'B.O.' out of Labour says:

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  79. 259
    rightallalong says:

    Check out this pic: Ed Milliband and Blair in shock pact !
    http:/www.telegoons.org/Images/Bluebottle_and
    _Eccles_C72.jpg

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  80. 260
    Red Clegg the Communist says:

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  81. 262
    Better Dead than Red Ed says:

    Just having our first meeting, comrades !!

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  82. 268
    Comrades! welcome to the Communist Coalition says:

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  83. 282
    Doc Trough says:

    Red Ed wees his bed
    McRuin wees his breeks.
    They’ve Scotchguarded the the conference hall
    In case of Labour leaks.

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  84. 285
    Ee bi goom says:

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  85. 291
    do not feed the mongs says:

    Dipshits. What you want today will be different to what you want tomorrow. no consistency

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  86. 293
    Anonymous says:

    What a great result for the tories.

    They managed to get a labour leader who no swing voters will vote for, and only extreme left-wing union members will now vote labour. Labour have now lost their tory/labour swing voters, and their libdem/labour swing voters at the same time.

    They also managed to discredit the AV system because they managed to get a leader elected who came second at almost every stage; the only reason Ed won was because he was the 4th choice for more people than his brother.

    So, what’s the libdem argument going to be for convincing people to vote for AV now?

    “vote for AV; because if you do then the person who gets the most votes will lose, and the person who most people specifically voted against will win.”

    Marvellous.

    Coupled with putting forward Red Ken instead of Oona King for London, it’s just another act of political suicide by labour. They are SO fucked in 2015.

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  87. 296
    • 322
      Anonymous says:

      You don’t need to. I can see his features already.

      All the same, out for personal glory and fuck the small people.

      Like

  88. 303
    MB. says:

    There was an indication of what it is going to be like for Ed Milliband on The World This Weekend. They spoke to him on his way into the conference, he replied to them then they started by asking a question about being too close to the unions. He walked on ignoring the question. He is going to get a lot more of that.

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    • 312
      the public loves Dave says:

      you thought the BA strikes would hand Cameron a huge majority
      how did that turn out ?

      Like

      • 323
        mong twat alert says:

        No difference. Lots of people not going on flights/holidays because they are broke.

        Next!

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        • 341
          Can't remember he's a Belgian nonce says:

          but you still yelped on here at the prospect of the BA strikes didn’t you?
          poor widdle mong
          always wrong

          Like

  89. 311
    ron Vibentrop says:

    Hava Nagila!! The foreskin brothers will soon rename the Labour Party as The Red Ochestra – communists to the core. We’ve had JedWard now we’ve got DavEd.

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  90. 318
    To Fawkes says:

    Heard your looking for a laptop repairer in Manchester on a Sunday, could probably tell you if you need one from the symptoms, maybe even tell you how to fix it yourself

    Like

    • 326
      Anonymous says:

      Ah bless, concrete k u n t is whoring himself to all and sundry again.

      Like

      • 628
        Chuck it, Keith, it's Broken! says:

        Here, Ladies and Gentlemen, is a prime example of a Socialist. Examine it’s characteristics well – lovely specimen, isn’t it?

        Like

  91. 320
    the beast of clerkenwell says:

    The only thing of any value likely to come out of MR ED is horse shit for the garden

    Hes not norse of course
    He’s one of the chosen few
    A filthy fibbing j**
    Hello
    Im Mr Ed

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  92. 329
    DAVE HATES ED says:

    Haw Haw Fuckin Haw
    Man City do Man Utd’s hard work along with West Brom
    And the Red Shite Cant even beat Bolton Haw Haw Haw !

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  93. 331
    I'm Alright Jack says:

    Pravda is pumping out the party line that Red Ed wants to be a friend of the middle classes!!! Oh my god you have to laugh at these people…he couldn’t have got the job if it had not been for the unions… and he’s already throwing a hissy fit because people are calling him Red Ed. OK, Ed, let’s see who you suport when your militant public sector union toads try to cripple the country with strikes..

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  94. 338
    TAT'S MUM says:

    Tat why dont you eat shit and die
    you useless pureile sad little twat
    fuck off to one of them suicide sites
    you might find it more interesting !
    you closet faggot !

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  95. 345
    Calm down TaT and enjoy some Hague Pride says:

    Ha ha Ha ha Ha ha Ha ha Ha ha Ha ha Ha ha !

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  96. 346
    the beast of clerkenwell says:

    The Brit mila-bands will have been sucked off by a Mohel before they were 8 days old
    And they have the cheek to denigrate the holy Catholic church
    The Mohel cuts the foreskin then sucks the blood from the kids knob
    Google it ,its true

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  97. 347
    Crow on the wire says:

    The zombies don’t give a shit because they don’t know shit. But once the cuts kick in the zombies will slowly wake up to whats going on . Then the backlash will start. That’s what we are waiting for. remember Ted Heath, you’ll be going his way Camertwat.

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  98. 349
    louis says:

    Mad taffy twat tries to give Ed Militwunt a hand shandy.

    http://tinyurl.com/25rhxex

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  99. 354
  100. 365
    BillyBob - Ooman Rights Legislation, just a load of bollocks!! says:

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopics/politics/scotland/8025973/Muslim-MPs-peerage-blocked-by-the-taxman.html

    Muslim MP peerage blocked due to shady dealings?? Well I never spotted that one coming !!!!!

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  101. 378
    Ed Milli -Quisling says:

    Diana Holland former Trade Union Unite assistant general secretary elected Labour Treasurer

    Its a Unite Takeover…I reckon major strikes within 12 weeks. The winter of discontent is coming and the Unions and Labour Empire forces are amassing on the border and are now going to undertake a coup against the Coaltion forces. (thats you and me by the way)

    Labour = undemocratic

    Meanwhile Cuba gives 25,000 licenses to citizens to become capitalists

    Ha!

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  102. 383
    Ragheads R Us says:

    We are gradually taking over the West. Virtually all the meat you buy in supermarkets is now halal.

    Like

  103. 393
    William Jethrospeare says:

    “Besides Red Ed and Derek Simpson there are a few others who won big.”
    What appalling English, Fawkes! Big is an Adjective, not an Adverb. Go to the bottom of the Class.
    What: it’s not meant to be English but American?
    Go even further than the bottom of the Class: go, and don’t come back until you have learned to speak our splendid language without Transatlantic inflections!

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  104. 399
    MR GORDON B-err White (Englishman Not Scotish) says:

    Bring Back Gordon Brown !
    this blog was so much better when Gordon was leader
    Milliband is just fucking useless
    but Gordon left himself wide open to much more ridicule
    So lets all say sorry to Gordon
    and Re-elect him A.S.A.P

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  105. 400
    Labour Lost says:

    Guido have you thought about campaigning for Balls to be the next Shadow Chancellor? This will mean his daft lad of wife will win it. With her loony economics Labour are fcukd. Ha ha ha ha.

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  106. 407
    MR GORDON B-err White (Englishman Not Scotish) says:

    Another great Labour institution scrapped by the coalition !

    http://petitions.number10.gov.uk/list/open?sort=signers

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  107. 411
    Gideon Osboobery says:

    I’m writing William’s Speech at the Conference and he’s kindly loaned me one of his Spads. It’s a *Ghhhhrrrnnnn.. Ooooh.. Huuuppp!* tight fit, but he’ll do nicely.

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  108. 415
    Honest its true says:

    Heard how Fawkes met his bird. He used to watch her coming out of work but didn’t have the bottle to talk to her. He’d stand in the doorway of the betting shop over the road from her office. It got noticed by someone who told him to wait over the road and as she passed the florists to stop her and say, Your more beautiful than all the flowers in that display. The next day she came out and went into the ladies.When she came out he said it to her. she was very pleased to hear such a charming chatline, and she stood there waiting for the followup when he said .Have you just been for a shit?

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  109. 431
    Horse head on my pillow says:

    Red Ed has sold his soul to the unions.

    Like

  110. 433
    Lord Mohelyourson says:

    Ed I stand ready to help you serve our country
    Is***l !

    Like

  111. 448

    ED MILIBAND: “It’s not a question of moving to the centre, it is defining what the centre is” [Andrew Marr show]

    Er… what…? You’ll go far, Ed.

    http://fxbites.blogspot.com/2010/09/he-aint-heavy-hes-my-leader.html

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  112. 450
    Labour Losers says:

    The biggest winners are the tories. Stick another vodka in the orange Dave. Hic!

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  113. 456
    You never lose the Hague Pride says:

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    • 473
      concrete pump says:

      fap fap fap fap fap fap fap fap fap fap fap fap fap fap fap fap fap *SQUIT*

      Like

      • 491
        tartan tit says:

        Mr Fawkes please tell us from the IP address that this is Ped’o Shorts/ Troonite posting all this shite. No one else could be this loony……could they?

        Like

        • 499
          pathetic whining pussy with no self respect says:

          WAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHH!

          WAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHH!

          WAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHH!!!

          Save me Gwido!! Save me!!!

          dey are not being nice to dave and I WUV him SO much!!!

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          • tartan tit watch says:

            It’s OK Mr Fawkes, the mentally ill tartan tit has just outed himself like the fucking hapless hoonfest that he is.

            As jock fuckups go, he’s one seriously ill haggis muncher.

            Like

          • Can't remember he's a Belgian nonce says:

            Do fuck off Mr Belgian Glitter.
            And stop whining like a pussy, it’s so undignified

            Like

          • Belgian moniker twonk admits he is a nonce says:

            “Can’t remember my moniker says:
            July 7, 2010 at 11:21 pm

            There is only one kid who ever lived that I would loved to have got my hands, on in their early life”

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          • tax haven for pedos says:

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          • not the belgian nonce says:

            You can’t even address your limpdick replies to the right poster can you, you useless jock spastic?

            Like

          • Can't remember my moniker says:

            I couldn’t have put it better myself, sir. Sometimes we routine and mundane posters here have to accept that others can fuck up on a scale not seen since Gordon Brown.

            Like

          • Who doesn't love a Belgian? says:

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          • Can't remember he's a Belgian nonces -ROLE MODEL says:

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          • Can't remember my moniker says:

            Their motto apears to be: if you are in a hole, continue to dig like fuck! Carry on, you will get to Australia eventually.

            Like

  114. 460
    Little Ed says:

    Little Ed: Look mad Hattie mummy I am tiptoeing to the centre of the playground. Why am I dressed up as a puppet?
    Harriet: You are in fancy dress for your party. Little Ed, you have been a very good boy. I will make you a special pudding. Well done!
    Ed M: Oh yummy yummy, my mad hattie mummy.
    Harriet: * laughs * Well done little Ed, your sense of humour will go down well at the special party organised for you at a special place called Manchester. Come along and mind you don’t trip up on the strings.
    Ed M: OK my mad hattie mummy.

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  115. 462
    Concerned says:

    Pity Prescott failed to be Treasurer.

    They could have had John Two-Jags Prescott and Ed Two-Bastards Milliband.

    Like

  116. 471
    david says:

    One of Ed Miliband’s major union backers was accused of breaching the spirit of the rules surrounding the Labour leadership vote. Party rules state that no literature in support of individual candidates can be included in the ballot envelope.

    Ed Miliband had 46.566% of the MPs’ vote (122 MPs), 45.594% of Labour members’ votes (55,992) and 59.802% of the union vote (119,405 votes), giving him an overall share of 50.65%. One of Ed Miliband’s major union backers was accused of breaching the spirit of the rules surrounding the Labour leadership vote. Party rules state that no literature in support of individual candidates can be included in the ballot envelope.

    The GMB stuck to the letter of the guidance: it sent its 700,000 members ballot papers within a larger envelope featuring Ed Miliband’s picture. The ballot envelopes were in smaller envelopes, put together and sealed by the Electoral Reform Society, before being delivered to the mailing depot where the GMB also watched over their loading into a larger envelope that was then sent out to members.

    The union, again within the rules, put its endorsement for Ed Miliband on the front of the package sent to all members which included a magazine with his picture on the front and a letter from the leader of the GMB, Paul Kenny, explaining the union’s endorsement of the younger Miliband brother.

    But there is concern at senior levels in the Labour party over whether the literature fell within the principles set out by the party.

    Mark Wickham-Jones, professor of politics at Bristol University, was worried by the GMB’s mailout. Speaking before the result, he said: “The GMB appear to have broken the spirit of the rules guiding the conduct of the Labour party leadership election by sending out a strong recommendation for Ed Miliband together with the ballot paper for political levy payers.

    “In the event of an Ed Miliband victory, if the GMB has broken the [spirit of the] rules laid down for the election, it may well be more than an embarrassment for both the new leader and the party.

    “It may well suggest that the margin of his victory depended on votes cast in dubious circumstances. It will be particularly uncomfortable for a candidate already seen as being close to the trade unions.”

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  117. 474
    Labour Voter says:

    I’m a very worthwhile human being. I spend all day every day on a site where everyone hates Labour by calling all said people whiny lickspittles. My posting volume will be doubled now that my party is utterly fucked with its new leader. Hold on… Mummy, where’s my food? Hurry! I can’t be bothered to get out of my basement bedroom. My nappy is soiled.

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  118. 478
    Guido says:

    Mike Hancock is a wrong un!

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  119. 479
  120. 480
    Lord Prescott, interim McDonalds treasurer says:

    With Ed as our leader, it is that which he believes because he says this is what he believes, and that therefore we must you know already but said uniti when that you can’t instead of which we have be doing next election can we be fucked hence in doing Lord Paul much money and twenty Big Macs please yes.

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  121. 483
    Bob Crow says:

    Cumrades! Let’s strike! I’d love to join you on the picket line but I’ll be in my villa.

    Like

  122. 486
    Lord Prescott says:

    As new treasurer of McDonalds, my first task is to investigate the disappearance of 50,000 Big Macs from a Westminster branch this morning. Only I will handle the investigation.

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  123. 493
    Rt Hon Gordon Brown MP, Prime Minister and Leader of the Labour Party says:

    I’m the fizzy orange man
    I do a ploppy in my hand
    Cos I’m the fizzy orange man
    I throw Nokias all I can

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  124. 495
    Can't remember my moniker says:

    Anyone seen Bob Crow today. I doooo hope he is alright …

    Like

  125. 497
    Ed Miliband says:

    My favourite Star Trek episode was the one where Captain Picard had to fight the Romulans but was having an argument with Riker about strategy. Isn’t that right, mummy? She got the boxset for my birthday.

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  126. 505
    Labour supporter depressed over election of Red Ed says:

    Got a photo of Gordon, got the vaseline, got the tissues.

    Fap fap fap fap fap fap fap fap fap fap fap fap fap. SKLUSH!

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  127. 507
    Gordon Brown says:

    My ding-a-ling. Won’t you play with my ding-a-ling?

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  128. 511
    Horse head on my pillow says:

    Red Ed has sold his soul to the devil.

    Like

  129. 513
    Lord Coe weeps for his lost love says:

    William Hague has invited David Laws to the Conservative Conference for some brainstorming and Judo.

    Like

  130. 514
    Horse head on my pillow says:

    Red Ed has sold his soul to Charlie Whelan

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  131. 519
    Alky Dodgy Al Campbell says:

    I’ve got, another headache Guido

    I think I’m on the way to another nervous breakdown

    Labour think I am a professional liar like Blair

    What do you think ?

    Like

  132. 520
    Red Vince the Business Secretary says:

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  133. 522
    Aaaaaronichi says:

    I am still pontificating

    I work for KGBeasts but I like to tell you all how to behave…

    Like

  134. 525
    Labour voter says:

    I call everyone who hates Labour a whiny pussy and lickspittle. Yay! I’m so worthwhile and interesting!

    Like

  135. 527
    Ed "CHICKEN LICKEN" Milliband says:

    ED MILLIBAND = CHICKEN LICKEN !!!

    Help the world is comming to an end, we have 20 days to save the world!!

    How will anyone take this muppet seriously when he behaved like a half-wit the last time he was given something remotely challenging!

    The guys a joke ! Anyone got that clip where he lost it trying to explain the world was comming to an end ?

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  136. 533
    The Red Flag returns, courtesy of Unite says:

    The people’s flag is deepest red
    It shrouded oft our martyr’d dead
    And ere their limbs grew stiff and cold
    Their hearts’ blood dyed its every fold

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  137. 538
    Bye Bye, Labour says:

    It’s ok, Labour voters. We feel your pain over the election of Red Ed. And we love it.

    Like

  138. 540
    Vince Cable says:

    The people’s flag is deepest red
    It shrouded oft our martyr’d dead
    And ere their limbs grew stiff and cold
    Their hearts’ blood dyed its every fold

    Like

  139. 541
    Better Dead than Red Ed says:

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  140. 544
    Mr Plum says:

    Red Eds just said he was going to stick up for the hard working, over taxed, persecuted by vince, middle classes, guess that puts him to the right of the coalition. He’s not as daft as he looks then.
    Oh and he is going to rebuild trust, might be a little trickier.

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    • 568
      The Average British Mong says:

      “Oh and he is going to rebuild trust”

      I trust him!

      Nah, not really. Labour are lying c unts. Even labour-educated mongs like me know it. Innit.

      Is X-Factor on yet? Innit.

      Like

  141. 550
    streamfisher says:

    A viral worm has infected the computers at Iran’s first nuclear power station, so complex experts believe it must have been created by a nation state. No prizes for guessing which one.

    Like

  142. 558
    Too late,Guidos mongs have got their teeth into it now says:

    http://twitter.com/guidofawkes/statuses/25597043099/

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  143. 562
    Not the 9 o'clock news says:

    The BBC has decided not to broadcast the provocative drama “Boys from the Blackstuff’ tonight as it may be seen as a bit biased

    Like

  144. 565
    Comrades! We're back! says:

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  145. 569
    Lib Dem Mp Mike handoncock says:

    Most MPs telelephone mentaly ill constituents late at night and offer them foot massages, nothing wrong in that

    Like

  146. 570
    Gordon Brown says:

    This result makes me confused. I’ll have to raise at the cabinet meeting tomorrow morning.

    Like

  147. 579

    New thread for the Sunday evening mongs please Guido?

    Like

  148. 583
    HenryV says:

    I will be sorry to see Ed leave The Inbtweeners. Though his character was an utter c*nt the woman who played his mum was well fit.

    Like

    • 635
      change , change, fucking change coming ot my ears says:

      The schoolboy characters portrayed in the Inbetweeners have more real life experience than any of the two Milliband brothers.

      Like

  149. 584
    Sugar or shit says:

    We seem to get PMs by default, in as much as the other guy is patently unelectable. Think Thatcher/Callaghan and Foot, Major/Kinnock, Blair/Major Hague and Howard, and now Cameron/ Brown and Milliband.
    Do you ever get the feeling you’re being led by the nose?

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    • 604
      The political class can kiss my arse says:

      Pretty much all of the time yes.

      Like

      • 610
        Have rope, will hang says:

        For every Lord Ashcroft, there’s a Bob Crow.
        For every Jacqui Smith, there’s an Alan Duncan.
        For every Lord Mandelson on a yacht, there’s a George Osborne, complete with an Oleg Deripaska and a Jacob Coat of many colours.
        For every Baron Prescott, there’s a Baroness Warsi.
        For every Baroness Uddin, there’s a Lord Taylor.
        For every public school type elite politician from the Conservative party, there’s a public school type elite politician from Labour.
        For every problem, our Parliamentary representatives have a solution.

        For everything else, consult the Samaritans.

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  150. 586
    Lady Cutlass says:

    I’d get a new Communications Team, if my lot rED signs as bad as this. Think of the incessant warble of MORSE CODE, intermingled with vile Irish bigotry, and you’ve got the Hapless Fawkes blog.

    Over and Out\\.

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  151. 587
    Farewell, Labour! says:

    If you’re happy Labour’s dead
    Clap your hands
    If you’re happy Labour’s dead
    Clap your hands
    If you’re happy and you know it
    And you really wanna show it
    If you’re happy Labour’s dead
    Clap your hands

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    • 590
      Events, dear boy, events says:

      Dead level in the polls you mean. And that’s before those horrid Henrys from the nasty party even begin to swing the axe.

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      • 592
        idiot watch says:

        Er, the Coalition and Red Dead Labour are not level in the polls you spastic.

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      • 598
        grobdj says:

        That is until Ed’s green energy policy, hurriedly passed in to law before the GE, starts to add to gas and electricity bills, in order to pay the Wacky Feed-in tariff for solar panels at Latitude 55N

        In Ed’s world, if the numbers don’t add up in the Demand Economy, then create a Command Economy.

        His Grandie would be proud

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    Bolshi Bastard says:

    just read it. The English didn’t take any shit from anyone in those days.
    http://ddickerson.igc.org/cliffords-tower.html

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  153. 596
    Jennifer Nicole Lee says:

    http://www2.labour.org.uk/leadership-affiliates

    Education, education, education.

    Also we did not have a good turnout so can we have Ben Elton whining about him being elected by a minority? No? Why not?

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  154. 597
    I, I'M Bland says:

    It is with greta plaesure that I have been elected your leader and will lead Labour into the future going forward.

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    • 609
      nell says:

      http://news.sky.com/skynews/Home/Politics/Labour-Conference-Begins-With-New-Leader-Ed-Miliband-Who-Promises-To-Stand-Up-For-Squeezed-Middle/Article/201009415743571?lpos=Politics_First_Poilitics_Article_Teaser_Regi_0&lid=ARTICLE_15743571_Labour_Conference_Begins_With_New_Leader_Ed_Miliband%2C_Who_Promises_To_Stand_Up_For_Squeezed_Middle

      So ed militwit’s strategy is to say that he is going to be all things to all people.

      That’s hardly the mark of a leader is it? But, of course, it does quite emulate bliar, who promised the electorate the same thing when he was touting for power.

      Then when he got there , he raided pensions, raided taxpayers, took us into unwanted wars and generally carried on like a third world dictator.

      What guarantees can edmilitwit give that he wouldn’t do the same? , especially given that that is what the unions, who have backed and funded him (with our money), are expecting him to do!!

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      • 611
        Engineer says:

        Who cares, nell?
        Much more important to us, your loyal fans, is what have you been doing today?

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        • 616
          nell says:

          Well first of all Eng I don’t have any loyal fans.

          Secondly are you the real Eng? This is an odd time of night for you, if you are.

          Thirdly, seriously, I’m recovering from some major surgery. Some days good, some days bad. Evenings worst/

          But today I’ve been harvesting tomatoes, courgettes and hot chilli peppers. Tomorrow I’m going to freeze them all down.

          For the moment the labour circus is keeping me ‘entertained’

          Is Ed going to grow into a good labour leader ( the next John Smith perhaps?) or is he going to become kinnochio II. Going to be very interesting to watch!

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          • concrete pump is nell says:

            You’re not wrong about the ‘loyal fans’.

            Eat shit and die you fucking loon, fuck off.

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          • Comrades! Welcome to the Communist Coaltion says:

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          • Joshua Merriweather says:

            Who cares about the vagaries of politics when we can tune into the everyday story of Conservative volk?

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          • nell says:

            Listen tat/twatson/willstraw .

            You are not a patch on the real tat, who was an independent.

            You are a soulless, whelan paid, leftwing clone trying to sow discontent and ugliness on a right wing blog.

            As I’ve just said to my little one as I’ve tucked her into bed ” It’s time to snuggle up and go to sleep”

            G’Night God Bless!

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          • nell gump says:

            Listen twat/pickles/Iain Dale

            You are not a patch on my real twat, it’s a wanker

            I am a soulless, CCHQ paid, rightwing drone trying to sow discontent and ugliness on a right wing blog.

            As I’ve just said to my little one, as I’ve taken to calling my plop plops, ” It’s time to ride the toilet flume ”

            G’Night God Bless!
            And fuck all those dead troops now it’s my Hero Dave’s problem.

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          • nell says:

            So sorry your labour soul is so scarred.

            We understand how that has happened after bliar’s, unjustifiable, self serving, labour wars that have killled and maimed so many people.

            Healing will come with time .

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          • Blair's mini-me Tony Cameron grovels at the feet of his Hero says:

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          • nell says:

            So sorry your labour soul is so scarred.

            We understand how that has happened after bliar’s, unjustifiable, self serving, labour wars that have killled and maimed so many people.

            Healing will come with time .

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          • So sorry your CCHQ soul is so scarred. says:

            Cameron backs Blair on Iraq war

            Conservative leader David Cameron has said he still believes going to war with Iraq was the right thing to do.

            Mr Cameron said “those of us who supported” the military action should “see it through”.

            He praised Tony Blair’s reform of the Labour party.

            We understand how that has happened after the heir to blair’s unflinching support unjustifiable, self serving, Blair Bush wars that have killled and maimed so many people.

            Healing will come with time Mrs Warmonger.

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          • TROOPS OUT NOW! says:

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    All the weirdos come out on Sundays says:

    Neither Rowntree’s or Robinsons is particularly good for your teeth but saying they’ve destroyed the planet seems a bit of a strong claim against barley water.

    Like

  156. 607
    Dog Owner says:

    early night tonight so I can get up early and try and find out how my fat lump of a Rotty is catching rabbits and eating them

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  157. 612
    Better Dead than Red Ed says:

    EVERYBODY OUT !!!

    http://tinyurl.com/37j784h

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  158. 615
    The government of the day says:

    The last thing any government needs is an effective opposition.
    That just deludes the electorate into believing they have a choice.

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    • 636
      nell says:

      No the government of the day might not want an effective opposition. I agree.

      But we the electorate need a viable government and an effective opposition to hold them to account. It is essential to democracy! And labour, at the moment, are failing us, the electorate, with their fiasco’s!!

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  159. 618
    Gordon Brown says:

    I want fizzy orange and I want it NOW!

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  160. 623
    Comrades! I was famous for Mr Bean and now I'm Stalin says:

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  161. 631
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Whatever , But we do need a chioce between right or left ( or just hanging the fuckers ) , The sham of democrcy must burn bright !

    Like

  162. 639
    What did we learn about the English today Children says:

    Yes we need to remember that incident as it teaches us that the English are C unts of the highest order and will default on their debts. Shameless innit !!!!

    Like

  163. 642
    labour-voting mong says:

    This is exactly the sort of NHS treatment option that will be cut when the Coalition get their teeth in to the very fabric of our society.

    Like

  164. 646
  165. 648
    A tiny spanner in the toolbox of power says:

    Another parachuted in drone from party HQ arrives for the local selection committee.

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  166. 651
    caesars wife (playwright and pt time vampire exterminator) says:

    whole splurg of Labour rubbish being tried , not here , not there , new this new that , I think David Milliband is the pope , trying to blend into crowd on ecnomic car crash making it out to be abstract unfortunate incident . Tom watson even chips in with his undying love for Ed and oh crumbs line , its like watching the cat realise its got a impossible hairball to expel .
    Only rest of shadow cabinet to see although rumour is D Milliband is to get policy role , which if true will be interesting , still looks to me like startek or blackholetrek , to boldly go where no man has bullcrapped before , captn we have a space time anomoly on the starboard , looks like an anticaptalitalist warp drive device , its got some lettering on it V.I.N.C.E (Voice Interesting Not Cameron Enough), Captn your being hailed its a pile of poo decloaking its derek simpson of the clingon empire , says he run out of delerium crystals and wants some more , says you owe him a favour .

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  167. 664
    Red Dave and his Climate Change Coalition says:

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    • 667
      Liebour Troll Ops says:

      Calm down, calm down. You’ve Your union bosses have just elected a political pygmy to be your leader ! Go back to your constituencies and prepare for oblivion !

      Like

  168. 666
    D Milibot says:

    Hi, is that Mossad HQ? Yeah, I got a guy whose car wheels I want rigged. ASAP.

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  169. 668

    Seriously it’s all a game,there is little difference in any party now other than the perceived difference.
    Each party gets a stint,the libs,well,they got a piggy back lol.

    The brothers grimm

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  170. 670
    Bait those crazy trolls says:

    Looks like a cock with a tongue to me. Suck it and it’ll bite your face off, monger.

    Like

  171. 673
    Scouse Twat says:

    Were’s Ming and Mong’s Monday morning mess?

    Like

  172. 674
    Scouse Twat says:

    No excuse now for self advancement .
    http://www.khanacademy.org/

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  173. 675


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