October 20th, 2010

Guy News: Dessy and the Deficit Denying Dinosaurs


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    Was that Tory Bear and Emily Nomates ?


    • 107
      Anonymous says:

      Senor Guido and his morons will have stiffies on their small dicks all day as the tory loons launch another attack on the poor and finish evil thatcher’s task of destroying the British economy.

      Another tory depression soon. Arrest, torture and death for all the liblabcon cυnts coming soon.


      • 110
        Horny handed son of toil says:

        So speaketh a lefty democrat with Stalinite tendencies.


      • 117
        Mr Ned says:

        Blame Common Purpose:


        Dear Francis, Love Julia…

        How close is the current “evil tory” administration to the Marxist Common Purpose “charity” And why on earth would socialists be in opposition to that? Jealousy?

        The coalition government could easily save a few more millions by banning Common Purpose altogether.


        • 180
          GV says:

          @ Mr Ned – the truth is that Common Purpose and the Fabians are the only ones who are ‘all in it together’. The rest of us have become so fragmented as to be inconsequential – which, of course, is what tptb prefer. It’s so much easier to divide and control a disparate populace than one that truly has ‘community cohesion’.

          As for ‘the right’ and Cameron: they’ve been living on borrowed time since May 6th and its time they ‘upped’ their game if they want to present themselves as representatives of the British people.


      • 168
        looters/socialshits says:

        You mongified totalitarians destroyed the economy.


      • 174
        Archie says:

        Fuck off, wanker!


        • 176
          Anonymous says:

          That’s right. 300,000 pounds of debt per person.

          How are you going to pay your share?

          Why is debt forgiveness only for the third world and not for the UK?



      • 178
        Noise says:

        Attack on the poor? I thought this was an attack on useless civil servants earning more than £21kpa. I don’t consider them poor, civil, or servant-like.


      • 179
        Anonymous says:

        I’d recognise that way with words anywhere…so nice to have you back Gordon! Love to the lovely Sarah!


    • 108
      Osama the Nazarene says:

      Grrrrr8 2 c Guy News back again!


    • 112
      Down with Brown! says:

      No it was the TUC.


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    I'm seeing sarah palin this weekend. Seriously. says:

    One of the many benefits about living in the US is that we have a resurgent right wing who believe in cutting spending AND cutting taxes to stimulate growth. The other benefit is I got to enjoy this video before anyone else! Loved it.


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    MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK son of COD says:



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      correct says:



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        A BBC Spokesperson says:

        Todays mass demonstration of an estimated, half a million public sector workers, demonstrated the sheer size of the growing revolt against the coalitions cuts package.
        Many dressed in dinosaur outfits to represent the backward looking, unprogressive coalition position, regarding vital, front line public sector workers. Ed Milband, who had been expected at the mass rally but who had to stay in bed with tonsillitis, said in a statement ” The coalition is only just begining to realise the fury they are stoking among vital, front line, public sector workers and their dependant families”. “The visceral hatred shown by the toffs in power, is a stark reminder, if any were needed, of the worst of the Thatcher years”.


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    Tarquin says:

    I had wondered about that pic earlier – how on earth did they not work it out?



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    Kill all Fabians says:

    It just shows how thick they are – Bovine even


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    Up the workers.... says:



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    BBC watch says:

    Is nell going to make it through the night?


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    annnnonyperson says:

    Bloody, bloody hell.

    So utterly and undeniably thick that the bloody dinosaurs had to explain their significance to them!

    That was thousands of trade unionists, was it? Liars.


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      Dick the Prick says:

      And the questions: “where are you from and who’s funding you?” Hmmm….unite comrades and give us your cash!


      • 15
        Jimmy says:

        What are you suggesting? The Saddosaurus, like the blog, is funded solely from the billions raised by internet advertising. Why won’t you believe that?


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          Dick the Prick says:

          What fucking business is it of their’s? I know unionazis can’t get their head around independent thought and that it’s completely contradictory to the socialist mentality but some folks, some, do stuff for fun.


          • Jimmy says:

            And what could be more fun for a couple of posh kids than toddling off to Westminster to taunt working class people? Beats working for a living.

            And yet tories wonder why people don’t like them.


          • Bed Wetting Red Ed says:

            Thanks Jimmy, you make me feel a bit better about my silly self.

            I wonder how my handlers are going to try to make me look tough and independent of the unions today.

            Uphill task.


          • Judo! Judo! Judo! says:

            Posh kids like millionaires Ed ‘n’ Dave Militwat?


          • Backwoodsman says:

            posh kids like ( no locals allowed to roam on our country estate) ‘hilary’ benn ?


          • Ampers says:

            Jimmy, I suggest you leave the Labour party and join a party run by working class people.

            The labour party is sull of grammar school and private school kids who went to Oxbridge and are millionaires at the top.


          • Anonymous says:

            Posh kids like the dimwits who dressed in morning suits and slouched around Crewe in the by-election?


          • concrete pump says:

            My heart bleeds, Jimmy – honest…..LOL!


          • annnnnoyperson says:

            Jimmy, there were NO working class people there. None.


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          Anonymous says:

          Doing the same thing hundreds of times and expecting a different result is called madness.
          Saying the same thing hundreds of times and expecting a different result means that you are Jimmy.


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      Old dog no tricks says:

      Yeah – and we taxpayers pay the wages of these thicko’s !

      Who says we don’t need to cut back the public sector (who in the private sector could afford to employ them) ! These pratts will be the welfare scroungers we still end up funding !


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    Up the workers.... says:

    Disaster for Labour in Northern Ireland…hold the quiche, dips, salads n stuff.

    Unfortunately, Alan Johnson is unable to come to the GM because of the CSR debate. He has postponed his visit.


    Officers reports
    Response to Cohesion, Sharing and Integration consultation
    The CSR

    Malone Lodge Hotel, Belfast – Wed Oct 20


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    Britain to lose EU rebate as Coalition faces split on treaty changes says:

    Britain would lose a £3 billion annual rebate on payments to Brussels and faces new European taxes under proposals tabled on Tuesday alongside a Franco-German plan for EU treaty change that raises the prospect of a British referendum on Europe.



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      Raging against the machine says:

      STOP paying the EU full stop.

      Bugger the rebate, it’s inconsequential and has about as much to do with the next thing as the price of fish.

      We’re a sovereign nation and have every damned right to tell the EU exactly where to go.

      What is the sodding problem?


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        Mike Hunt says:

        You mean like the French do. Mind you, it is their club so they can.

        Speaking of Fish, the CFP is continuing to destroy what little fishing we have.


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      Must get a pseudonym one day says:

      Time for Cast-Iron Dave to put up or piss off.


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    Two Dogs of Empiricism says:

    And the point is?


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    caesar wife says:



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    Dack Blog says:

    Much wittier than waving a banana, but you can believe in the deficit and still have concerns about the cuts (even if you’re convinced that cuts are necessary). Those who believe n the deficit don’t believe that the cuts are going to plunge us back into a recession because the private sector is going to rise, phoenix-like and mop up the rising unemployment budget? New jobs, if any, will come from selling off public sector services to private companies (has worked well so far as service always comes before profit – cheap, efficient train journeys… efficient, regular refuse collection… hmmm). And the front line won’t be affected at all – only those pointless non-jobs will be going, thank God. And if things go wrong – like the 25% of ‘independent’ academies that are already in the red – the public will always bail ‘em out. So what’s the downside of the cuts? Those affected will simply move to an island – like ‘Escape from New York’, perhaps – and look after their own sick and elderly and mentally ill; and create their own justice system for the criminals that we can’t afford to imprison or monitor on their community sentences.

    We’ll be in paradise.


    • 45
      Alf Garnett says:

      Thanks for a lucid exposition, which is somewhat different from the usual standards encountered here.

      The whole notion that private enterprise will somehow, either post-recession or in the early stages of a double-dip, succeed in taking up the slack ignores the fact that it could already have done so under more favourable conditions, but hasn’t really achieved anything of the sort. The presumption that dumping a lot of cheap and desperate labour, in the form of ex-public employees, will somehow galvanise private enterprise into top form is risible.

      On a more pedantic note, I am as sick of this “Deniers” tag (as in Climate Change, Holocaust, Deficit etc.) as I am am of people doing things “on a daily.weekly/monthly BASIS”.


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        Mr Plum says:

        How many of these people are employable in the real world, private enterprise needs hard working poeple who can think for themselves, that counts out most spoiled ex public service workers.


      • 56
        CuttingEdge says:

        “The presumption that dumping a lot of cheap and desperate labour, in the form of ex-public employees, will somehow galvanise private enterprise into top form is risible.”

        Sadly you are right. The slack lazy unproductive nature of a vast number of public sector workers (particularly but not exclusively council office workers) makes them unemployable in the real world – and that’s the opinion of my neighbor who runs an employment agency, based on the attitude of her clients towards employing them, and their experience of those they have employed in the past.

        Ah well, there’s always room for a massive expansion of McDonalds.


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          Alf Garnett says:

          Oh dear, I expect an outbreak of Obesity Deniers if your McDonalds expansion comes to pass.

          Still, I suppose it beats fibbing to ones wife about the number of glasses of beer/wine/vodka/tequila/whisky/whiskey/meths that went down the hatch at the last boys’ night out.


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    ffs! says:

    Many stupid bastards hail from the right of the spectrum too, David Cameron for example.

    International Aid both ring fenced and up – what a stupid bastard!


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    albacore says:

    Pure P R genius.
    Expect the next PMQ’s to be conducted by Sailor Dave in a furry Savile Row Donald Duck outfit.


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    angelnstar says:

    We have to face reality. Demos like this won’t change a thing.

    BREAKING SCIENCE NEWS. http://cyberboris.wordpress.com/2010/10/19/could-we-become-cyborgs/

    British scientists believe that in 7-10 years there will be a cyborg in every home. It is also possibly we could become cyborgs, although some people think certain politicians are cyborgs already.


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    Albi Here says:

    Just watching Pravda and that twot Simon Hughes is on ,the difference between now and before May 6th by these feckin Libsh*tes is unbelievable since they joined the uconned us in the rush for power,before mention To*ies and these things did head spins ,now it appears to be tea for two in one of the bedrooms in a London hotel,jeez.


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    What a scoop. It’s the only way to communicate with the deficit denying left because they belive in their cause like’s a religous cause – it’s all about faith even against all the evidence.


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    Senator Bloodn' Gore, says:

    Memo to Mr. T. Woodley:

    Lesson 3 of Mr. A Scargill’s ‘How to defeat Governments at a time of crisis’ self help video is now available for download.


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    Greg Beales says:

    Today, Ed Miliband will administer the last rights to this shambles of a coalition and he will be on top form in the House of Commons.

    You heard it here first.


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      You are a fiction writer. Unsuccessful.


      • 79
        Greg Beales says:

        These statistics will assist Ed Milibands argument that the coalitions economic policy? (do they have one?) is in tatters

        UK public borrowing figures were today set to show a further slide into the red of around £15 billion last month as the Government prepared to reveal its deficit-busting cuts.

        The latest data from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) was expected to show total borrowing for the first six months of the financial year pushed beyond £73 billion.

        Can’t blame the previous government all the time


        • 100
          Steve Miliband says:

          Still waiting for the alternative -Tax and spend, tax and spend! But which taxes?
          Deficit deniers were the ones who got us into this mess and their policy now is to hope that it goes away.
          Then the Labour Party crow about having Aircraft Carriers without Aircraft – it was because of Gordon Brown gerrymandering that we ended up with 2 useless pieces of scottish metal


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          Groucho says:

          Its probably due to the interest we are now paying on the collosal debts Brown ran up. He dropped us in the shit, good and proper.


    • 70
      Anonymous says:

      You Sir, do not obviously understand the difference between what people say and what people do. Red-Ed and his followers had 13 years TO DO THINGS. You certainly did that. You fucked the country again just like Wilson and Callaghan. Osbournes’reshaping of the economy prevents the need for us to go to the IMF again.

      Just look at the great Labour leaders.
      Alas the respected John Smith died before his time and you threw out your only leader who was ever elected with a great majority!


      • 81
        Anonymous says:

        John Smith was only “respected” because he never got his hands on power. As leader of the Labour party he allowed the festering sore of religious bigotry and sectarianism to run rampant through his constituency ( monklands) . When he died labour in Cahoots along with the Scottish Media staged a propaganda funeral which the Goebbles would have been proud off, burying him on Iona with the ancient kings of Scotland. WHY ?


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        Wonga says:

        I take it that the omission of Blair means you consider him to be a conservative?


    • 103
      In your dreams says:

      Ha ha ha.


    • 109
      Smig says:


      Enjoy your lie-in tomorrow. Don’t lose your P45 on the way home this evening.


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      annnnnoyperson says:

      We heard it here last, too. Idiot.


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    Jerry Attrick says:

    I see the bloody French and Germans are at it again. What excuse this time Dave?



    • 57
      Jack says:

      Don’t worry about the French

      Their economy is grinding to a halt through lack of petrol…

      France is as sick as Britain…

      Watch out for the Germans though…


      • 66
        oo la la says:

        Don’t knock the Germans. I think Merkel is on to something.


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          Smig says:

          The Germans have finally cottoned on that immigration without merit is a really bad idea.

          The Germans have also realised that mortgaging their economy to bail out the GIPSIs is a really bad idea.

          The Germans are still pissed off that Mitterand half-nelsoned Kohl into closer political and financial union.


        • 124
          Nicolas Shortarzy says:

          Not me.


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    Ayesha Hazarika says:

    BBC news: Osborne prepares to unveil cuts

    I know the economy is bad but self harming isn’t gonna help


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      same old same old shite says:

      Yawn, they’ve been leaked to buggery already. So much for cast iron Dave’s assurances to the contrary with respect to announcements in parliament.


    • 141
      Hugh Janus says:

      Yes, and the best news by far yesterday was that the Beeboids have finally had their financial wings severely clipped. Would have preferred a 25% cut in their revenue, but it’s a good start.


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    FT Correspondent says:

    Actually the two Goons were



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    Hell hath no fury than a union mugged says:

    Although I doubt the two pink dinosaurs ever thought the green protesters would be so manifestly un-informed about the subject that they were engaged with, none the less the repercussions of being mugged off in public by such a simple device will be petty, vindictive and long lasting.


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    Gordon Brown says:


    I have just finished chapters 345 to 965 of my book, where I have been erm, apportioning blame.

    The next 122 chapters will be a summary.



    • 89
      Anonymous says:

      Dear Mr Brown,

      Your script can be shortened somewhat. Here’s the latest and more concise version.


      Yours sincerely
      A Proofreader

      ps. I no longer wish to be associated with you.


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    Bob says:


    O/T Your quote of the day…

    How do “domestic credit instituions” i.e. banks, pay the coupons on their debt if they do not have “comprehensive information” about the holders ?

    And how did you manage to publish an (old) list of such holders ??!!


    • 72

      It is Friday’s list (and it is partial), think the coupon payments can be made via the clearing system – not sure, in the old days you would physicall tear off the coupon from the bond certificate and surrender it for payment. BTW Use email, comments and tweets aren’t always read.


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    bye bye barney says:


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    Champagne Socialist says:

    See I told you so, just carry on spending. No cuts at the beeb I see.

    Cameron is a disaster. The tories will never get another opportunity to restructure this country and the beeb. they have blown it. The beeb has played a blinder, well outwitting this government.

    The EU too says carry on spending. So the kids and people with children will pay. I told you let the kids pay didn’t I?



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    Moley says:

    Is Gordon Brown still Chancellor?

    Is George Osborne, Gordon Brown in disguise?


    Ring fencing foreign aid and the NHS and continuing repetition of the catechism of the climate change religion suggest that Paul Waugh might have a point.

    I am waiting for the day when the financial markets realise that there is all talk but little action when it comes to addressing the country’s debt problem.

    I am still hoping that what we have is necessary action disguised by clever policies, but I am beginning to have serious doubts.

    I am suspicious that not only is George Osborne Gordon Brown, but that David Cameron is also Tony Blair.


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    Sir William Waad says:

    Looking at this morning’s Grauniad, it’s clear that the Left is now really scared. It’s dawning on them that the game is over – at least for the next decade – and they are starting to fantasise about a revolution. The strikes and riots in France are making them stain their underwear.

    The instability of our present model for Government is a grave threat to society. The present model, here and elsewhere, is one of continued expansion of Government spending, provision and control. This has been going on, as a long-term trend, since at least the 16th century. Clearly it must end at some point and, well before that, countries under such Governments would become very unpleasant and poor places. The model is not sustainable.

    dave and his colleagues are proposing only a rather modest adjustment to the model, to meet short-term pressure. We need a vision of a new, long-term method of Government that is effective and self-limiting. This is, fundamentally, an anti-socialist idea, but it ought to appeal to liberals as well as conservatives if it can be explained to them carefully. There is nothing liberal about the current model.


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      Mr Plum says:

      What future is there for labour with no money for election bribes, the game is up.


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        EU & me - no thanks! says:

        What future is there for the UK with no money left for EU bribes yet they still get paid, the game really is up.


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      Can't remember my moniker says:

      Agree, Sir William

      Have you read:

      The Party’s Over – Blueprint for a Very English Revolution
      Keith Sutherland


      I can’t imagine how it could be put into practice though give the inertia prevelent in our system of governance.


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        Down with Brown! says:

        Great move to squeeze, the Left’s main propagnda mouth piece, the BBC. The government also need to pull the ads for public service jobs from the Guardian so that it collapses. The left in the UK is on the back foot for sure, thank God.


    • 156
      sockpuppet #4 says:

      I appear to have been removed for saying bad words.

      “The strikes and riots in France are making them stain their underwear.”
      What sort ?

      The union guy on newsnight appeared to be heading towards some form of wet dream.


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    Frater H says:

    Its interesting to hear the fat cow pestering the Dontchathinkhesaurus about who was funding them, repeatedly. Sad to think the first question from one political protester to another is who is paying them to be there, very sad.


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    sockpuppet #4 says:

    Thats nowt. I’ve got a french channel on my TV, thats showing Jurassic Park IV every night of the week.


    • 98
      Anonymous says:

      ITV play the movies pretty much constantly too, on 1,2,3,4,5,6,7…

      Is the franchise out of copyright?


    • 121
      Down with Brown! says:

      Sarko is sending in the police to arrest the protestors. Clearly Mrs Thatcher was able to give him a message from hospital.


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        sockpuppet #4 says:

        Maybe, but you know he’s been having a visit from Mrs.Merkel.
        I caught an interview that I didn’t quite follow where she was being tactful.

        So it was only in my imagination that she said “Someon would have to pay for the early retirements, and its not going to be us”. “you set of lazy twats”


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    Lomax says:

    AND some of the dipshits that had a foto/video taken (look mum, I’m on telly/in the papers!) with the Denyosaurus were fucking NUT members – presumably from the “Illiteracy Wing” as they obviously could not read wot was on the placards.

    I only saw a couple of dozen demonstrators – how was that a “Mass Rally”?

    Cue reruns of Drop The Dead Donkey with beeboids overturning cars and fighting with police to “get the story”.

    I have a serious question – how did the banks manage to persuade Gordon Brown in 1998 to massively increase the public sector payroll/Quangos over the 10 years before the Banks themselves went pop? Everyone tries to tell us it was the Banks wot done it, but they did not up government spending in an unsustainable way, did they? They fucked up royally in the way they run themselves and should be made to pay, but I fail to see how the Banks caused this fucking huge public spending problem – that was just yer normal Labour Party incompetence?


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    Gordon Brown, Deficit Denier-in-Chief says:

    I was the very first Deficit Denier in the World :-))

    Let your children and their children pay for Liebour’s waste and the cost of importing an enormous number of ‘off-shore’ Liebour voters !


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    The EU juggernaut thunders on says:

    The EU federal juggernaut thunders on. If you voted Tory so that you could stop it, were you conned?


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    Champagne Socialist says:

    Red-Ed has the solution

    He says we should be adressing the defecit and at the same time protectiing jobs and growing the economy.

    He is so clever. It must be that university education at Oxbridge that he had free of charge from the state.


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      Admiral Gordon Brown, HMS Clyde and Rosyth says:

      My advice would be to ignore it, hope it goes away and attack the oppositshun at every opportunity without a credible alternative.


    • 145
      Smig says:

      “we should be adressing the defecit and at the same time protectiing jobs and growing the economy”

      Blah blah blah. Same old reds. Always spouting the populist soundbite without giving any helpful solutions to the problem.


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    Arthur Haynes (Comedian) says:

    Should we ring fence the Beeb’s Robert Peston or just fence his ring?

    AH (C)


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      Down with Brown! says:

      The BBC should start its budget cuts by firing Andrew Marr, Stephanie Flanders and Robert Peston, all three are such obvious Labour stooges.


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        South of the M4 says:

        The BBC should be forced to re-budget from a starting point of £0 and justify every pound. Just fiddling with already fiddled numbers won’t do it.


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    The EU juggernaut thunders on says:

    Isn’t it amazing. There isn’t one British politician that can stop the EU Federal juggernaut. Not one.

    They all huff n puff but they can’t stop it. You know why? Because they really don’t want to. But they want you to believe they are trying.


  41. 122
    Charlie Wheely Bin says:

    I’m funding the dinos, of course.


  42. 123
    Maggie Thatcher says:

    Do you want me to come back and sort out the unions?


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    Down with Brown! says:

    Worst tweet ever from a total twat:

    The 80s were totally fucking brilliant. If we are going to have the same inspirational political and economic leadership we had then, that is great by me!


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      Sir William Waad says:

      Yes, the 80s were the decade when Britain became governable again, Communism was defeated, industry was modernised, the threat of World War III was removed and we achieved rapid economic growth.


  44. 126
    Anonymous says:

    So will Livingstone be thrown out?

    Will Baroness Owdin-all-that-mooney pay it back? Has she been treated unfairly? Is it cos I have 4 houses? Will the Met re-open the case

    Will the tories ever get voted back into office on their own??


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    Moley says:

    John Redwood explains the “cuts” with brilliant clarity.

    Let’s have one last go at putting public spending into a normal perspective. Let us say your salary last year was a healthy £60,000, thanks to Labour. You are told that you will have a cash rise every year, taking your salary up to £69,250 in 2014-15. Unfortunately your interest bill is going up because you have a large mortgage and you are still adding to your credit card debt. How much do you think you would have to cut out from your “real” budget by 2014-15? Would you be planning major surgery if your pay increase was only £9,250 a year by 2014-15? If you simply add 7 noughts to those figures you have current total public spending, or the public sector’s total income including borrowing for current purposes.



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    Immoral Compass says:

    Not living in London I had no Idea that Mrs Dale has mostly given up blogging and is now a radio luvvy. Is she any good?


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    BillyBob - Ooman Rights Legislation, just a load of bollocks!! says:

    Excellent……… I did note that many of these ‘public sector’ protestors were morbidly obese, perhaps they are being paid too much and given too little work !!


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    Ayesha Hazareeka says:

    I’m writing some great jokes for Ed for his response to the Spending Review today! Worth every penny, me!


  50. 142
    Lord Prescott of Butter Chicken with Mango Chutney and Cucumber Raita says:

    Love that lass in green.


  51. 144
    Steve says:


    Dumb ass socialists!


  52. 148
    Mike Hunt says:

    This country is screwed, totally and utterly.

    There is no way as things stand at the moment that we can afford to support the population of the country.

    We have no industry to speak of: manufacturing is dying, agriculture employs a fraction of what it used to, fishing is dead, mining is dead, coal because we don’t need South Wales as we don’t run steam engines and the rest because of acid rain (remember that), minerals because we don’t make anything much – certainly not the large amounts of steel that ship building used to need.

    Yes folks, we are fucked, and we STILL have to pay off the debts incurred by the one-eyed Scots Idiot, but only when we have stopped over-spending.


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    Chutney Harvest says:

    I was just wondering what Mark Oaten was up to these days


  54. 152
    Anonymous says:

    BBC score great victory over the government BBC haters. Played a great game.


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    Gobby Dwarf says:

    These cuts will have a very bad effect on the voters in my constituency. I admit that they are useless parasitic thickoes but they continue to vote for me and to afford me opportunities to fiddle my expenses. They are therefore my sort of people.


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    never again says:

    hey Dave, I spent four years waiting for the election. Four years waiting to see the back of those Labour fuckers. Yeah, I voted for the first time, I voted for the Conservatives. but in the past week everything changed. I was warned by those more wiser than me that lib\lab\con are all the same but I didnt listen. Well they have been proven right, I dont trust you anymore, bye.


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    Dr Stanz says:

    Not sure there is an “Epic Facepalm” picture big enough to post against them for failing to realise they were have their leg pulled for so long!


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    Sam says:

    I presume you’re going to stop banding the title “deficit denier” about now, as now the Tories are cutting less than Labour were planning to they are deficit deniers by their own reckoning.


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    DWMF says:

    It’s Barney Frank. Taking a break from ferking up the USA economy, he’s come over here to “do his best” for us Brits too.

    P.S. He should be a good double act with Bob Crow.


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    torieboy says:

    there’s nothing as funny as winding up the loony left, ha ha ha
    if you all want to have a laugh go on to the guardians CIF on a Friday night when the left pay homage to their goddess polly toynbee.


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    Mike Rouse says:

    Well I thought it was highly amusing anyway. Benny Hill was a good touch.


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