December 15th, 2010

Balls and the Tea-Boy Boss

Brillo was on form earlier, making Ed Balls squirm:

Balls went on to admit he had lent Alan Johnson “a few of my text books”. He also managed to successfully play up the economic divisions on the Labour frontbench and chastise his leader’s choice of PMQs questions. It’s almost as if he were up to his old tricks…


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    Shame he wasnt elected Leader of the Liebour party …….

  2. 2
    John says:


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    Stuart Palmer (edl) says:

    You description does not match what I saw on the screen.

  4. 4
    Caligula says:

    Will Balls out smear Baldwin

    Or vice versa ?

    He must be doing it to help Eva Cooper launch her bid…

    Are we going to back to Old Labour blood sports then Guido ?

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    Jack says:

    Keep a eye for McBride coming back in to smear on behalf of Blinky and his wife…

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    Stuart Palmer (edl) says:

    Are you giving up too Guido?

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    Anonymous says:

    Never realised till now that DeadEd was capable of making tea – the respect with which I now hold towards him has grown enormously.

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    jgm2 says:

    ‘We did some great things…tax credits..’

    Tax credits? I think you’ll find they’re a complete administrative clusterfuck Ned.

    And as for ‘greatest investment in NHS ever’ you forgot to mention that most of that is expensive PFI crap on top of your monumental debt and deficit mountain. Otherwise great job. C*unt.

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    wtf! says:

    And fuck the over the top moderation too!

  10. 10
    Anonymous says:

    I wonder whether Ed ever worked out how to use the office shredder

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    Dick the Prick says:

    …Balls squirm! Uuurrgghhh….sometimes one pities young Yvette.

  12. 12

    “A few of his text books”!!

    An old copy of SPQR defaced with penises is more like it…..

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    streamfisher says:

    BBC conspiracy again anyone?.

  14. 14

    Why does my skin crawl when i see that fucker
    why do i feel like murdering him every time he opens his gob

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    British tax payer says:

    Amyas Morse, head of the National Audit Office (NAO):

    “But £17,612 of that was paid to MPs who have since quit Parliament and so the Commons feels it is “unlikely” to be able to recover the money. “

    WTF, send them a demand and if they fail to pay send round the bailiff, works for the rest of us.

    This is making my blood boil. The whole stinking edifice needs dismantling by force. This is MY money FFS!

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    Is Balls shit stirring on purpose ? And for who ? Hattie ? D Milliband ?

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    Righty Right Wing (Mrs) says:

    Cabal of crooks, the lot of them.

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    Next week i will be learning to tie my own shoe laces and hoping my balls drop !

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    Righty Right Wing (Mrs) says:

    Himself. He has no friends. I dont even think Yvette likes him.

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    Righty Right Wing (Mrs) says:

    Perfectly normal reaction.

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    ah good bye says:

    Wouldn’t miss it really. Overtly partisan and a warped agenda makes it fail to be a decent read any more.

    His window licker following is rather disturbing too.

    From a long time follower, no refund required thanks!

  22. 22
    Violent, proto-Marxist flid says:

    Fucking outrage that Celt mocking the genius Balls

    Violence is required for him

  23. 23
    Gordon Brown says:

    tonight, I will be evacuating my back room

  24. 24

    she just there for the expenses ?

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    Righty Right Wing (Mrs) says:

    The Argentinians have been waiting for this moment.

    If I were them I would waltz in right now – we now have no assets to stop them.

    The Conservative Party must be soooo proud to be soooo progressive on dismantling British Defences.

    Just 10% of the recent EU Budget increase agreed by rusty Dave Cameron from British Taxpayers would have kept the Harriers flying – but rusty Dave & his Europhile agenda won the day.

    And these are Conservtaives? Pull the other one – these are the same third way socialists as the last lot.


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    Nick2 says:

    Yep, saw it – the DP was pretty boring post election, but lately IMO it’s begun to get interesting again…

    (And I never knew b4 today what Christina Aguilera was slang for…!)

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    streamfisher says:

    I understand it has now been made a mandatory course for all juniors, tea makers and spads, under the general heading of health and safety in the work place.

  28. 28

    Well i guess Ed needs some Balls in his team …..

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    Righty Right Wing (Mrs) says:

    Cameron Tells EU: We Want Faster Integration:

    Rusty Dave – CFIPO. Conservative for identification purposes only.

    Hannan, Carswell – fine words, but you are part of the problem whilst you remain in rusty Daves pro EU party – & where is the dissent from within the rest of the Party? I know there is life in there somewhere.

    Will the real Conservative Party please stand up?

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    Tax Consultant. says:

    Tax Credits – IMO the most successful attempt to subvert revenue gathering into benefit distribution.

    Joined up government? Hardly – all that happened was that civil servants used to collecting tax from a largely compliant population dispensed largesse using the same basic procedures (namely, computing entitlements annually/semi-annually using appalling IT) and relied on ‘taxpayer’ honesty to avoid over-repayments. The failure was predictable, & was predicted by IR staff during implementation and subsequently.

    By blending receipts and payments it’s much harder to easily identify the costs of revenue gathering and benefit dispensing/administration.

    Thank you Mr Balls, you created a monster.

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    severely fucked off says:

    Cameron & Co. are just waiting for the EU to start ramping up the EU defence force. The UK population will have no say over this. It will have even less of a say where they are deployed and for what reason. It’s utterly conceivable to see the EU letting Argentina keep the Falklands if they kick off in a decade.

    It’s the beginning of the end for the UK.

    All politicians see their natural career progression leading to the EU, after all they pay more, are less accountable and give even less of a shit for their ‘electorate’ than Parliament.

    With the unelected Catherine Margaret Ashton, Baroness Ashton of Upholland, PC batting for our side who needs enemies?

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    severely fucked off says:

    There is no Conservative Party left. All there is left in Parliament is a homogeneous lumpen mess of idiots in awe of Europe, big business, their career and bank balances.

    I suppose I am a conservative but I couldn’t bring myself to vote for them. They have lost their reason for being, their balls and sincerity.

    As a party, as far as I am concerned, they are finished.

    It really is time for a revolution.

  33. 33
    genghiz the kahn says:

    Great chance to finish off Red Ed.

    Old and Sad re-run on Oldham East by-election to be held on 13 January 2011.

    The Hunts from White Powder state – The by-election was triggered by a court decision annulling Phil Woolas’ victory in May and banning him from politics for three years.”

    Funny how they forgot the nature of the lies, or Red Ed’s mistake in thinking Woolas was a fit and proper person to sit on the front opposition benches.

  34. 34

    Give him a break , He has got special needs .

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    severely fucked off says:

    ps. All the Conservative idiots in Parliament are joined by millions more idiots outside who think their vote matters a damn.

    As long as we are governed by the same, stale lot of psychologically damaged individuals fighting it out over small issues they will continue to ignore the bigger picture and the real threat to the country. If one dare raise a voice over immigration, the EU and other real threats a ‘group-think’ condemnation results. FFS even this place censors words considered by the host to be inflammatory. Guido has lost his balls and so has Parliament.

    There is no future with this lot.

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    Lady Virginia Droit de Seigneur says:

    The only reason that anyone would want the smug, obnoxious cnut as leader would be that it would consign Labour to electoral oblivion. He doesn’t get any better.

  37. 37

    That was my reason :)

  38. 38
    jgm2 says:

    from the BBC…

    The by-election was triggered by a court decision annulling Phil Woolas’ victory in May and banning him from politics for three years.

    You just know that if it had been a T*ry it would have read..

    The by-election was triggered by a court decision annulling former T*ry minister, Phil Woolas’ victory in May and banning him from politics for three years for lying on his election material.

    As it is – no mention at all that he was a Labour MP, minster and shadow minister.

    Because of the unique way the BBC is funded didn’t think it worth mentioning.

    Indeed the only mention of Labour is that they’re cross because it will be a short campaign period. I’d have thought they’d be delighted since they have no money to actually mount a campaign.


  39. 39
    What do I know? says:

    Cocaine cut with other stuff, says a websearch.

  40. 40
    jgm2 says:

    Bad formatting…

    The by-election was triggered by a court decision annulling Phil Woolas’ victory in May and banning him from politics for three years.

    You just know that if it had been a T*ry it would have read..

    The by-election was triggered by a court decision annulling former T*ry minister, Phil Woolas’ victory in May and banning him from politics for three years for lying on his election material.

    As it is – no mention at all that he was a Labour MP, minster and shadow minister.

    Because of the unique way the BBC is funded didn’t think it worth mentioning.

    Indeed the only mention of Labour is that they’re cross because it will be a short campaign period. I’d have thought they’d be delighted since they have no money to actually mount a campaign.


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    Stuart Palmer (edl) says:

    It has gotten to be thea hell of a dull fucking read has this blog.

    Why not pack it in and devote yourself to increased fatness and de-screechifying your high-pitched girl’s voice?

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    MI5 says:

    Re the Labour Councillor done for fraud

    I will tell you a story (that must not be uncommon to responsible citizens here) :

    A senior retired police officer from the North of England told me
    recently that since the introduction of Muslim police officers corruption has
    exploded “because it is what they do at home”

    We all k now that “integration” has failed…throughout western Europe…this is just one example of that…

    Now I suppose, Guido, that in the name of political correctness and in the most annti-libertarian way ^possible, you will suppress what I say here

    When serious people, with m ny years of experience and who have our interests at heart say these things, and then they are censored

    Britain is fooked…

  44. 44
    Lady Virginia Droit de Seigneur says:

    He has a face you would never tire of punching

  45. 45
    MI5 says:

    Thank you and God Bless

  46. 46

    Aye , Another good point made and agreed with .

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    Jack says:

    Brillo for the Journalist of the Year Award


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    Call me Infidel says:

    No pity here. She made her bed etc. many respects she is just as obnoxious as Blinky. They are well matched.

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    jgm2 says:

    That John Pilger had a good outing yesterday at around midnight on ITV1. I was unaware of his good works until then. A journalist worthy of the name.

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    Rick the Roman says:

    Ali Dizai is one who has been caught – MI5 has a very relevant point.

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    Call me Infidel says:

    Presumably Woolarse will still be collecting a salary up until May 6th as well.

  52. 52
    Unsworth says:

    Pilger’s been outed?

    At long last.

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    lola says:

    He’s just delusional. Except that the idea, I would guess, is to con the electorate into voting for him by bribing them with their own money. None of what he advocates ever bloody well works, so it must just be power that he’s after. So whatever lies he tells are perfectly fine – if it gets him into power.

    Or he may just be delusional.

  54. 54
    Grumpy Old Man says:

    The Unions have their proxy in the hot seat. Both the PLP and Labour Party members know that up-front Union power is Goodbye Election Win. Get the curry and beer in, this show will run and run.

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    aadasfasd says:

    If the EDL in your name stands for what I think it stands for, piss off and find some other, less vulgar, concocted threat (global warming, atheism, 2012) to get riled up about.

    If not, piss off.

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    Grumpy Old Man says:

    Which one are you talking about, because they all do that:)

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    Nobody wants to know Nick anymore says:

    Ed was opposite Teresa Villiers for the Tories and Lorely Burt for LibDems. Despite many attempts by “Brillo” Villiers refused to say whether Osborne has a “Plan B” and kept saying that Osborne’s plan WILL work…let us all hope so ! Ed was unable to woo Lorely over to Labour despite at Brillo’s urging…”Look into her eyes. That’s the way to woo a lady!” Mmm mmm so speaks a master of the art ? to which Lorely replied “I’ve had better offers!” What could she mean ?

    After PMQs both Toenails, Brillo,Ed and Teresa all though Cleggie looked as “sick as a parrot” and Brillo hoped that a family holiday in Switzerland(?) I’m sure I heard that right and a good stuffing( naughty naughty …he meant of Paella…) and the ministrations of Senora Clegg over the Yuletide would recharge Nick’s batteries. Apparently Cameron is worried about Nick……..!!!(not too much though of course when it comes to gighting the Oldham & Saddleworth by-election in the New Year)

    The general view of everyone is that 2011 will be a make or break year for the Coalition and Clegg in particular

  58. 58
    string the bastards up says:

    How much will the c u n t keep as a pension ‘entitlement’?

  59. 59
    The Man from UNCLE says:

    The penis, mightier than the sword.

  60. 60
    The Man from UNCLE says:

    Certainly at the BBC he has no equal.

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    Anonymous says:


  62. 62
    The Court of Public Opinion says:

    With a broken bottle.

  63. 63
    The Court of Public Opinion says:

    As that went on you could see his blink rate increase. All his media training went out the door and his eyelids ended up like a pair of hornets wings.

    Perhaps he’s missing the £3m massage parlour he used our money to pamper himself with.

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    Sir Barrington Minge says:

    Give me strength!!…what a slimey turd that Balls is!

    A man well named.

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    The Court of Public Opinion says:

    Is it everything I post being modded?

  66. 66
    The Court of Public Opinion says:

    Is everything I post with the word muslim in being modded?

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    Gooey Blob says:

    Balls played a large part in putting the UK in the fiscal mess in which it now finds itself. Undoubtedly a clever man, but at times also very stupid and always unlikeable.

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    What the f says:

    He is so clever he clearly must have a secret plan, a Baldrick plan.

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    MI6 says:

    Police State runs ot of Money, Ha ha, The apparatus of the state can’t even contain a few students. Wait till the real trouble starts. Time to shut down the apparatus or they will have to be paid in bags of turnips. Sounds like the Russian state after they got stuck in Afghanistan. What was Bliar saying about it being a good call, Fu–ing big eared knacker

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    MI6 says:

    Get real. The Knacker public school boy state. Bankrupt, corrupted, and full of Shit. Not long till the death knell. Blind obedience to the State has taken us to a protracted War that has bankrupt us morally and financially. What a jolly old hockey sticks wheeze. We are fu–ed financially. Obviously some one who is not acting in the States interest is controlling the agenda. Over stretched over their, and Skint. Shit.

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    Up sh1t creek says:

    Clearly Andrew Neil was on a roll. On the Daily Politics 14/12 he gave a long list of John Reid’s jobs he’s had while in the Labour government, with a sarcastic comment (and may be true comment) right at the end…

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    Stuart Palmer (edl) says:


  73. 73
    Dick Scratcher says:

    Surely it was Nick Brown that used to pour the cream in Gordon Brown’s back room?

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    Health Warning about Labour Party says:

    DANGER: contains nuts.

  75. 75

    Very efficiently written article. It will be beneficial to anyone who usess it, including me. Keep up the good work – can’r wait to read more posts.

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    Disaffected says:

    Clever my arse. Slimy, deceitful, underhand expense thief. Gordon’s right hand man demonstrated poor judgment in every way. A clever person would not have been associated with Gordon dumb fck or helped get the country in the mess it is in. He still believes in his economic policy.

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