January 21st, 2011

What is Good for the Goose is Good for the Gander


252 Comments

  1. 1

    Policemans pension is bigger than a postmans. simple

  2. 2
    Fenrir says:

    At least Ed Balls will be comfortable about the sanctity of his marriage, not even a blind police dog would want to shag the sour faced bitch he is married to.

  3. 3
    Gordon Brown says:

    I’ve got my party back!

  4. 4
    Charles Flaccidwidger says:

    She’s left the postie or she’s left the copper?

  5. 5
    Charles Flaccidwidger says:

    You want to start looking for your marbles.

  6. 6
    David Blunkett says:

    I would.

  7. 7
    Fees Office Clerk says:

    Bliar on Trial….what a great day to bury bad news

  8. 8
    KINNOCKIO says:

    We’re aaaawwwwiiiiiight !! We’re aaawwiiiiggghhhtt !!

  9. 9
    ALAN JOHNSON MP says:

    She has been polishing a coppers helmet !

  10. 10
    Joss Taskin says:

    The dog or the Alsatian ??

  11. 11
    anonymouse says:

    We will now have the spectacle of little ed and Big Head. He will sit in Big Head’s top pocket like a little Noddy.

    Miliband has signed his own death warrant.

  12. 12
    AJS says:

    B’doom-tssssh!

  13. 13
    Alistair Campbell says:

    It’s the only reason he resigned, honest……..

  14. 14
    misterned says:

    But Bigger than a cabinet minister’s pension? Really?

  15. 15
    ALAN JOHNSON MP says:

    I hope he provided protection !

  16. 16
    Anonymous says:

    I don’t understand why he’s resigned though. Either he is reacting to a complete personal shock, in which case he deserves everyone’s sympathy, or there is something still to come out that reflects badly on him.

  17. 17
    misterned says:

    Blair is not on trial. He is giving evidence to an inquiry whose purpose to to establish what happened in the run up to war, without attributing any blame whatsoever.

  18. 18
    Anonymous says:

    Balls could hardly suppress his smirk last night. TBH he didn’t even try.

    Prob already posted but worth repeating.

    But I think life hasn’t finished with Edward yet………

  19. 19
    Anonymous says:

    A new team for a new challenge. Yeah, right…….

  20. 20
    Johan says:

    So much for Westminster rumours, huh? Is it still thought Ball’s Spad was behind this?

  21. 21
  22. 22
    Aneurin Bevan says:

    With everyone having affairs nowadays us singletons feel left out!

  23. 23
    misterned says:

    I would like to believe that he is actually a decent man who is in shock and pain at the betrayal by his wife and who has stepped down solely because of this, in which case he has my sympathy.

  24. 24
    Anonymous says:

    Of course there’s more. This is him trying to pre-empt the tabloid avalanche with a carefully managed feel-sorry-for-me story.

  25. 25
    John Page says:

    Yes, we can read the papers, thank you.

    Were you sold a pup last night or are you standing by that story?

  26. 26
    sockpuppet #4 says:

    Balls keeping powder dry?

    I was wondering where this fits in with Balls and his spad briefing against AJ.
    Perhaps this is a nice bit of counterspin

  27. 27
    Polly says:

    So are Both guido and the mail correct?

    Has a copper arrested Al’s wife attention and a Civil servant is servicing Al?

    And what is Balls’ role in this complete load of Bollocks?

    At least UnWed Ed won’t have to worry about this sort of thing.

  28. 28
    Fees Office Clerk says:

    I see you’re on message

  29. 29
    sockpuppet #4 says:

    for once, I am perfectly happy to believe theres far more to this than meets the eye.

  30. 30
    Great British Public says:

    He should be on trial though.

  31. 31
    Postman Prat says:

    69 !

  32. 32
    Anonymous says:

    Be patient, there is a LOT more of this to come out. Suspect Pat isn’t totally whiter-than-white.

  33. 33
    Colonel Blimp says:

    Surely there is more to this than the postman’s wife being poked by a policeman’s truncheon.
    More digging, please, Guido.
    We await your revelations with bated breath!

  34. 34
    Righty Right Wing (Mrs) says:

    Has anyone asked the Unions what Ed should do next?

    We need to know.

  35. 35
    Eeu to me says:

    We can wait,must be plenty of spare cells at The Hague clink readied just in case,Bliar,Brown ,Campbell and the rest of the war criminals are pulled and sent over to Netherlands for trial.

  36. 36
    Ted Heath says:

    Hello sailor

  37. 37
    Colonel Blimp says:

    I would like to believe that too, but unfortunately I can’t!

  38. 38

    Where’s my schadenfreude gone….?

  39. 39
    Anna Tolia says:

    No, he’s not on trial. He’s not under oath and therefore free to lie. And he will.

  40. 40
    Colonel Blimp says:

    That reply was to post #22

  41. 41
    pissed off voter says:

    a copper’s affair affair is dealt with in 24 hours while. Blair’s affair ( with Bush) takes years (and millions). Expenses scandal took years (and millions), cash for honours, etc ,,,, Way past time to take the ‘elite’ out of ‘political elite’.

  42. 42
    Anonymous says:

    For all we know Pat started messing about first. But he’s got his story in first, which is critical.

  43. 43
    Gilbert and Sullivan says:

    When constabulary duty’s to be done, to be done,
    A policeman’s lot is not a happy one, happy one.

  44. 44
    PD77 says:

    Well it’s better than the Milkman I suppose, the only other person it could have been was the Postman but she’s already done one of them!

  45. 45
    ALAN JOHNSON MP says:

    Breaking news
    Met policeman conducts his own internal investigation !

  46. 46
    Anonymous says:

    Blair and his family are now Irish citizens in a move designed to complicate any attempt at that.

  47. 47
    Isaac Hunt says:

    He should know he wrote it for him!!!

  48. 48
    Taxfodder says:

    All in each other together!

  49. 49
    Joss Ayinglike says:

    Powder keeping balls dry, surely ?

  50. 50
    Only askin' says:

    Was this a “revenge” affair ?

  51. 51
    We should be told says:

    Whose thumb is that? and where has it been?

  52. 52
    Dick the Prick says:

    Yes, both correct.

  53. 53
    Lord Rumba of Rio says:

    I quite fancy him – I mean her.

  54. 54
    I says:

    Just turned Blair Off…….he’s making my stomach churn.

  55. 55
    HandsomeDavid says:

    Savaloy for lunch?

  56. 56
    Dick the Prick says:

    I would. I should probably seek help, it’s been going on for over a year now but i’ve been just drinking more and trying to surpress it.

  57. 57
    Anonymous says:

    Possibly. Think her version will be out this weekend. Hopefully she’ll kick Pat right in the b*ll*cks.

  58. 58
    Eeu to me says:

    People are so cynical these days when a politician is in the news that nobody believes what they say or do until it’s proved by numerous sources.

  59. 59
    Anonymous Misogynist says:

    Always get your retaliation in first..!

  60. 60
    Dick the Prick says:

    Chilcott (verb) – to lightly dust with irrelevant questions and provide tea and cakes.

  61. 61
    Harriet Harperson says:

    I would, as well.

  62. 62
    Nathan says:

    Does this revelation not prove that your last post was entirely based on your own speculation. Who were providing the apparent rumours in Westminster. Was it just you?

  63. 63
    ALAN JOHNSON MP says:

    How did such a vile cretin ever get elected ?

  64. 64
    Lard Presc'unt says:

    Or a chipolata?

  65. 65
    Worthless Lib Dem pledge says:

    Will Whelan and McBride follow Balls back to Westminster to start smear campaignsagainst his colleagues? Ed wanted change from the past, he certainly has not chose very well with scum like Balls and his wife.

  66. 66
    Ed² says:

    There is no deficit. We just ‘overshot the runway a bit’

  67. 67
    Dick the Prick says:

    And get more BBC work – unique way they’re funded etc

  68. 68
    Mike Hunt says:

    “applause”

  69. 69
    Dick the Prick says:

    No, Guido was harrangued to publish but he didn’t so…..

  70. 70
    Anonymous says:

    It is possible that they both had affairs, twit.

  71. 71
    BBC employee says:

    Did someone mention powder

  72. 72
    Name lost due to cache clearing tragedy says:

    There’s close and there’s way too close.

    Although AJ is a lightweight in political terms, I wish him and Mrs Johnson well.

  73. 73
    misterned says:

    No I am just telling a disgusting truth. The Chilcott inquiry is not a trial. Blair is not under oath and the terms of reference are set so as not to attribute blame.

    I do not agree with this situation and I believe that Blair should be charged with crimes against peace and put on trail in the Hague for his treachery, but the truth is the Chilcott inquiry is NOT a trial and Blair is not a suspect on trial. He is a former PM giving evidence to an inquiry which will NOT attach blame.

  74. 74
    A Copper says:

    Honest, Mr Johnson, your wife was just helping me by testing the handcuffs.

  75. 75
    Voter says:

    AGREE

  76. 76
    Anonymous says:

    Labours shadow cabinet are now in full possession of WMD ‘s.
    Weapons of Mass Denial

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  78. 78
    Citizen KY says:

    Lib-Dems!

  79. 79
    sockpuppet #4 says:

    On Ball’s Balls.

  80. 80
    Boom boom says:

    It’s all a misunderstanding he was only taking down her particulars

  81. 81
    Voter says:

    oh come on, he’s a fucking politician … what’s the matter with you?

  82. 82
    Sir William Waad says:

    You can fool most of the people most of the time. Also, all but the most loyal Tory media rolled over for him to tickle their tummies.

  83. 83
    sockpuppet #4 says:

    counter spin !

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  85. 85
    RED ED - SON OF BROWN says:

    Gordon Brown was the alternative choice.

  86. 86
    Wed Ed the Milibandit says:

    he might be an earnetht bwethless teenage lethbian twapped in the body of an overthize middle age homunculus, but he’s my earnetht etcetewa lethbian etcetewa

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  88. 88
    The late Bernard Manning says:

    Somebody had it in for him.

  89. 89
    Greek Ambassador says:

    And we want them back!

  90. 90
    Ed Bollokov ( Son of Brown, Deficit-Admirer-in Chief ) says:

    It was not the usual Tax, Borrow and Waste dogma of the Liebour party.

    It was simply the exuberance of investment.

  91. 91
    misterned says:

    Agreed 100%

    Right now Blair is using a lie filled interview he did on Newsnight as evidence. The man is positively delusional.

  92. 92
    Gordon says:

    Sarah, why do you spend so much time away from home travelling with my police protection officer?

  93. 93
    NeverRed says:

    Do keep up, she’s left the copper and run off with the milkman, he’s shacked up with the civil servant.

  94. 94
    Ed Bollokov ( Son of Brown, Deficit-Admirer-in Chief ) says:

    I’m a bullyboy, not a bruiser.

  95. 95
    TodaysNews says:

    Conspiracy theorists convene Fridays conference on Guido Fawkes Blog.

  96. 96
    Citizen KY says:

    Alan Johnson was way out of his depth as shadow chancellor and was being endlessly mocked for his poor grasp of his brief.Forget who shagged who-Balls fucked him over the side ice hockey style as the appointment of AJ showed little ed to be a monged out moron with no vision or judgement whatever

  97. 97
    Steve Miliband says:

    Some hacks must know if their ‘Sunday’ will be running the ‘Postie was making first class deliveries’

  98. 98

    I wonder if Blinky came up to the Postie and stammered something along the lines of, you’ll be all over the Sunday papers but here’s some dirt on your missus, now just sign this letter of resignation.

  99. 99
    Stan Butler says:

    ‘Look out George Osborne, Son Of Brown has been let off the chain ‘

  100. 100
    Andy Coulson's monkey says:

    Have had to order a new job lot of pants off Gideon who has, apparently, soiled 6 pairs since 6 o’clock last night.

    David Davis has started a book on how long Gudeon will last before he invents some reason for stepping down as Chancellor. Even money that he’ll be gone before the end of the year. Have stuck a monkey on that myself

  101. 101
    Maximus says:

    I wonder why your comment makes me think ‘ACPO’

  102. 102
    sockpuppet #4 says:

    That word to me always looks a bit like “joy through pain”.

    “The officer is now protecting Home Secretary Theresa May” says channel 4.

  103. 103
    NeverRed says:

    Blair is being quite clear, it was as a result of 9.11 that he invaded Iraq to remove a dictator who hated Alki Ada.

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  105. 105
    South of the M4 says:

    “…I would like to believe that he is actually a decent man who is in shock and pain…” Nope. He is a Labour politician from the Blair/Brown era. Anything he says or does will be steeped in deceit. More to come I am sure.

  106. 106
    Road_Hog says:

    Laura Johnson’s got a bit of a chin on her, is she related to Lembit Limpdik.

  107. 107
    Stan Butler says:

    Because he has a 14in truncheon and a large bobbys helmet!

  108. 108
    misterned says:

    Seeing Blair give evidence, reminds me why it is such a good thing that he is not Prime Minister anymore. I feel sick just watching him, the man is evil.

  109. 109

    Antoine du Beke…?

  110. 110
    Red Ed says:

    Piff off. I am the son of Brown.

  111. 111
    Lady Virginia Droit de Seigneur says:

    Yes this definitely feels like he’s getting his revenge in first. Hopefully she’s turns out to be a vindictive cow like Robin Cook’s wife.

  112. 112
    Tony B Liar says:

    I would, just to wipe the grin off Blinky’s treacherous face.

    And her mouth is smaller than the face-slot I’m used to…

  113. 113
    My Little Pony says:

    loser

  114. 114
    Ed² says:

    We just got carried away in the heat of the moment. Just a shame that we didn’t see the bust coming

  115. 115

    “She has left him …”
    Who, the fecking copper or the postie?
    We need to know!

  116. 116
    misterned says:

    very true.

  117. 117
    Sally Bigcow says:

    PLeeeeeeeease can I be a Liebour MP now ????

  118. 118
    Steve Miliband says:

    “We were probably the most successful centre-left govt in the world.” Blair bigs up Blair.

  119. 119
    Tony B Liar says:

    I would contend that is is merely a different version of reality.

  120. 120
    Citizen KY says:

    That article is a tad biased,hard to believe there is an eduacated person living today that deems it safe to ever let Balls into the treasury while still alive

  121. 121
    NeverRed says:

    Slightly in defecit is the same as slightly pregnant.

  122. 122
    Honey Monster says:

    No you’ll see, Ed Balls is a fucking twat

  123. 123
    Ladbrokes says:

    That’s the easiest five hundred quid we’ve ever made.

  124. 124
    Bob Frost says:

    and I thought that ‘hand job to Balls’ was something advertised on card in telephone boxes.

  125. 125
    Goosebumps says:

    I prefer

    ‘What’s sauce for the goose is sauce for the gander’

  126. 126
    Citizen KY says:

    Successfully avoiding prosecutions yes

  127. 127
    bbitgu says:

    Maybe he couldnt empty his sack anymore?

  128. 128
    Anonymous says:

    Yeah, we saw him for 15 years and mind our own mind up, thank you.

  129. 129

    If anyone has Balls constantly on their mind, it’s you….

    And why have you tilted your head like a curious Labrador responding to the word ‘sausages…?

    Twat…!!

  130. 130
    The cheque is in the post says:

    They didn’t chalk up the biggest deficit in history, they simply spent vast amounts of money “in lieu of future income” and allowed their outgoings to “get a bit ahead of their incomings.”

  131. 131
    Joss Ayinglike says:

    ..until you take a look at his centre left govt’s accounts….

  132. 132
    Tony B Liar says:

    He didn’t overshoot her runway…

  133. 133
    Back to the future says:

    … reminds me of the 1980s with the two Alliance Davids on Spitting Image, one in the pocket of the other…

  134. 134
    Hugh Janus says:

    Proof?

  135. 135
    Anonymous says:

    What’s that got to do with Iraq?

  136. 136
    Truth seekers says:

    Nonsense we’re here 24/7.

  137. 137
    misterned says:

    The media totally capitulated to Blair and willingly acted as propaganda whores in his lies about WMD. They are equally to blame for the unlawful invasion taking place with British troops as Blair is.

    If they had actually done their jobs and investigated the wild, delusional tin-hat conspiracy theories that Blair, Straw, Bush, Cheney, Rumsfeld et al were expecting us to believe, then they would have easily debunked the WMD threat bullshit inside a day. People writing blogs from pocket change managed to debunk most of it at the time. The media called those bloggers delusional conspiracy theorists and tinfoil hat wearing loons.

    The mainstream media was not just ‘asleep at the wheel’, they were positively colluding with the government to spread lie-filled propaganda and cover-up and discredit truthful debunking in the blogosphere.

    I am and always will remain utterly disgusted at the mainstream media for its role in our road to war in Iraq!

  138. 138
    bbitgu says:

    Its as if Gordon and Damian never left the Labour party

  139. 139
    sockpuppet #4 says:

    OK. I see where I went wrong….

    Daily mash. better than yesterday.

    Tom Logan, professor of politics at Reading University, said: “Osborne versus Balls. Squeaking at each other. On telly. Every day.

    detective Rice is such a fucking dick.”

  140. 140
    Lady Virginia Droit de Seigneur says:

    By which you mean he made a Faustian bargain with Rupert Murdoch.

  141. 141
    Schizo says:

    So, Labour is now a Two Eded party?

  142. 142
    Dragging the role of the speaker into the gutter says:

    Should read stupid stupid woman. Thank you for the opportunity to re iterate this fact.

  143. 143
    Where are Tony Blair's Expenses says:

    More to come yet

  144. 144
    Anna Tolia says:

    Kiss goodbye to your monkey.

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    Cynical, moi? says:

    That’s two marriages Prat has managed to fuck up (two of his own, that is).
    The only surprise is that he hasn’t been outed as gay yet.

  147. 147
    Hugh Janus says:

    A perfectly justified thought Maximus. With ‘ACPO’ goes ‘sinister, self-serving and uaccountable’ in my book, but it seems that there are currently no politicians with the backbone to put them under the spotlight. Too many funny handshakes I suspect.

  148. 148
    Ed² says:

    It was just a slight misjudgement.
    The Tory led coalition are cutting too hard too fast.
    We will come up with a plan that will cut the deficit in half in four years without actually explaining how we will do it. Our friends in the BBC will help us by not questioning us, but just go along with the illusion that we give a shit and know what we are doing.
    Poor old Postie, still he will eventually see we were doing the right thing by framing him.

  149. 149
    Where are Tony Blair's Expenses says:

    It just doesn’t add up and neither can he !!

  150. 150
    Labours nightmare ticket says:

    Labour is ‘edding for oblivion

  151. 151
    Goldilocks says:

    “Explain why you sold gold, gordon brown told.”

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/personalfinance/investing/gold/7511589/Explain-why-you-sold-Britains-gold-Gordon-Brown-told.html

    Did we ever get an explanation? And how much did Ed know about all of this at the time?

  152. 152
    robbie says:

    Does anyone know what has happened to Craig Murray? His blog has died.

  153. 153
    David Minibanana says:

    Two Ed’s, both with track records of shafting their own.

  154. 154
    The truth about cook says:

    So would you be if your “ethical” “principled” husband dumped you by text after running off with his secretary. Evil little odious c u nt.

  155. 155
    Lady Virginia Droit de Seigneur says:

    Jimmy Hill

  156. 156
    Ed Bollokov ( Son of Brown, Deficit-Admirer-in Chief ) says:

    Cue tractor statistics !!

  157. 157
    robbie says:

    Does anyone know what has happened to Craig Murray? His blog has died.

  158. 158
    Where are Tony Blair's Expenses says:

    The Westminster “hacks” were so frightened of being excluded from briefings by Campbell that they just printed what they were told without questioning it. They should be ashamed of themselves. It all started within hours of Blair being elected in 97 when they reported that Tony and Cherie were cheered by all night revellers as they walked up Downing Street and to a man the incompetents knew that the so called revellers were party workers in Moss Bros suits. Their incompetence beggars belief and here we are two wars later and bankrupt.

  159. 159
    misterned says:

    Let me guess Sally, You are another fuckwit who pays off your credit card balance every month, …

    … With your credit card?

  160. 160
    bbitgu says:

    Echo !!!!

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    Lady Virginia Droit de Seigneur says:

    I always thought Cook dumped her in the lounge at Heathrow on their way off on holidays after getting a message from Bad Al saying “the papers know about your mistress – it’s one or the other!”.

    My terminology for Mrs Cook was perhaps a bit strong above but she did make an exremely good job of publicising his heavy drinking and womanising and generally haunting him like Banquo’s ghost.

  162. 162
    Number 10's Cat says:

    And oiling his truncheon!

  163. 163
    Mrs Draper's Sticky Face says:

    Anton du Bukakke, shurely.

  164. 164

    Smeg-Ed and sh*t-Ed…

  165. 165
    Name lost due to cache clearing tragedy says:

    From initial reports it looks like the missus who was doing the fucking…

  166. 166
    Ed² says:

    Ed squared

  167. 167
    Lady Virginia Droit de Seigneur says:

    More likely because she had a 14 inch strap-on , could lick her eyebrows and breathe through her ears.

  168. 168
    Anonymous says:

    …because Bad Al told him too! Yes, not Cook’s finest moment. But she made him pay for it, big style.

  169. 169
    Lord Rumba of Rio says:

    I’ve been working on that – just give me a bit more time. I can always tell if a man has tendencies – it just requires a bit of work to bring them out sometimes

  170. 170
    Where are Tony Blair's Expenses says:

    Maquire the ultimate socialist poodle, the self styled geordie who loves Newcastle so much he doesn’t live there.

  171. 171
    Anonymous says:

    Thank God for that, I didn’t sleep a wink last night worrying.

  172. 172
    Joss Ayinglike says:

    Two Eds ?? Bit like the Chimera, I’d say.

  173. 173
    Ed Itor says:

    Red Ed and Bollock Ed

  174. 174
    bbitgu says:

    So who is the New in the New generation ?

  175. 175
    Big Fat Two Dinners Watson says:

    I’d like to be a part of that as well. Not that I knew anything about it last time of course.

  176. 176
    bbitgu says:

    Brain dead Ed?

  177. 177
    P. Doff says:

    I would have thought you fancied your hand on the Tiller Girls.

  178. 178
    Lady Virginia Droit de Seigneur says:

    Why not bring back Derek Draper as well – I need a good laugh and you know he is going to humiliate himself and the Labour Party within three months of reappearing on the public scene

  179. 179
    Up sh1t creek says:

    As the new shadow chancellor, Ed Balls will know ALL about figures – how to defraud the taxpayer with his wife, flipping homes and pocketing the money WE pay out for the scum PM’s.

  180. 180
    Number 10's Cat says:

    “Hopefully she’s turns out to be a vindictive cow like Robin Cook’s wife.”

    MIIEEOOWW!!

  181. 181
    P. Doff says:

    That’s him fingered then!

  182. 182
    Number 10's Cat says:

    I bet she’s another one who goes like a shithouse door in a gale.

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    sockpuppet #4 says:

    This might be too generous but there is one reason that could have contributed: a lack of pessimism.

    * Gold is useful when there’s a crisis.
    * There weren’t going to be any more crises ever again.
    * So Gold isn’t useful.

    Its the whole “spending will be paid for by future growth” stuff Brown used to say. And with thanks to Heseltine: “its Balls”.

    Just remember: even in 2007 no-one thought things would go as badly wrong as they did.

  184. 184
    Ἀριστοτέλης is back says:

    What sort of a monster is it – 2 heads and a Gorgon !

  185. 185
    Black magic man says:

    All because the lady loves “sausages”

  186. 186
    Jeremy Thorpe says:

    Luckily for us Ted the press were so much more discreet about us musical types in the 60s and 70s. It was only when I took to shooting people’s pets that it came out I was shopping on the other side of the street.

    I look positively puritan compared to the current lot of Libs

  187. 187
    Top Cat says:

    “Policemans pension is bigger than a postmans. simple”

    ;;;;;

    Perhaps, but their intelligence isn’t.

  188. 188
    Idioms'R'Us says:

    Sauce/goose/gander.
    Or prerhaps it’s different in Ireland.

  189. 189
    Joss Taskin says:

    They call that ‘hubris’, don’t they ??

  190. 190
    Ancient Proverb says:

    Never trust a copper.

  191. 191
    David Blunkett says:

    Both.

  192. 192
    The big D says:

    You mean like this?

  193. 193
    The Beano says:

    That’s enuf Ed.

  194. 194
    Penny Dreadful says:

    Are you talking about me perchance?

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    "In a twist to the usual story" says:

    An unusual way to admit your last story was a complete load of shite you dreamed up in an alc*holic stupor, but it could become your new catchphrase.

  196. 196
    Spending money we haven't got says:

    Future growth is the cheques in the post to you and me

  197. 197
    Lady Virginia Droit de Seigneur says:

    That’s a new word for it – I wonder who “protects” Silly Bigcow

  198. 198
    T Blair - soon to be Lord God Almighty Blair says:

    Yes, but I’ve got loads of money and meet oads of celebs, and you proles haven’t and don’t.

  199. 199
    Red Ed says:

    I am the Ed of the labour party. Balls is not even my deputy Ed.

  200. 200
    Joss Ayinglike says:

    A monster with two Eds, Aristotle.

  201. 201
    Basil Brush says:

    Bruce Forsyth.

  202. 202
    The Robert maxwell Chancellor says:

    Is there any truth in the rumour that Gordon Brown is to be offered a Directorship of “Ocean Finance”?

  203. 203
    "In a twist to the usual story" says:

    Shadow Cabinet sources and rumour has it that he is living with a pigeon in Zimbabwe.

    It must be true.

  204. 204
    Did Ed phone David first? says:

    More to the point. Did Ed offer his brother the job before appointing Ed?

  205. 205
    "In a twist to the usual story" says:

    Shadow Cabinet sources and rumour has it that the Postman always rings twice while he was shagging Anne Widdecombe.

    It must be true.

  206. 206
    Ed² says:

    Deficit is such a negative word. We prefer to say ‘investment adjustment’

  207. 207
    South of the M4 says:

    Yes. It was going to be a full time appointment for 2 years, but is now 2 days a week for 20 years.

  208. 208
    "In a twist to the usual story" says:

    Shadow Cabinet sources and rumour has it that Tony Blair is having an affair with Lady Gaga.

    It must be true.

  209. 209
    LAB 43%, CON 36%, LDEM 10%, says:

    Cast Iron Cameron is certainly giving him a hiding in the polls.

  210. 210
    First-Class Delivery says:

    But postmen have bigger sacs and always leave it on your doormat.

  211. 211
    Balls for Britain! says:

    Gordon is behind me all the way.

  212. 212
    sockpuppet #4 says:

    while I’m at it: Can Balls get the blame for that?
    Please?

  213. 213
    John Major's Face Full of Curry says:

    Oh Yes!

  214. 214
    Sore Pussy says:

    I feel sorry for Jess.

  215. 215
    Grumpy Old Man says:

    Arkle.

  216. 216
    Must get a pseudonym one day says:

    Policemen’s balls are bigger than postmen’s – but only because they sell more tickets.

  217. 217
    Grumpy Old Man says:

    50% of greater London. apparently.

  218. 218
    Grumpy Old Man says:

    Too many politicians with something to hide, more likely.

  219. 219
    Must get a pseudonym one day says:

    “We’re not”, said Sarah Brown’s kids.

  220. 220
    Grumpy Old Man says:

    First job in CCHQ this morning: clearing up all the empty champagne bottles opened after yesterdays shadow reshuffle.

  221. 221
    YokshireLad says:

    A wonderful what?

  222. 222
    Lady Virginia Droit de Seigneur says:

    No I think it’s Wonga.com

  223. 223
    jgm2 says:

    He’ll get fucked off for ‘gross misconduct’ or somesuch and no pension. Same reason Kelly killed himself.

  224. 224
    jgm2 says:

    He’ll get fucked off for ‘gross misconduct’ or somesuch and no pension.

  225. 225
    John Wiltshire says:

    This is an example of a politician resigning so that he can spend less time with his family…

  226. 226
  227. 227
    Grumpy Old Man says:

    Supporting Iraq and it’s consequences bankrupted us – silly boy.

  228. 228
    Grumpy Old Man says:

    If he’s needed to change his keks it’s because he couldn’t stop pissing himself laughing.
    8 months after the election we’ve got Gordon’s Gang of Four back in the Shadow Cabinet with a faceless, spineless loon as puppet head of the Looting Parteh.

  229. 229
    ciasmaninlondon says:

    No he wont. The police are beyond accountability in this country. they can murder and rape at will and the media will go gaga over them. shite!

  230. 230

    Who’s this Alan Johnson wallah?

  231. 231
    Cassandrina says:

    BBC going into overdrive interviewing Balls on World at One (more biased than even the Toady Programme which is a very high bar) and of course Coulson will get the treatment.
    So World at One under Shaun Ley has the opportunity to raise the pro-loony left wing bias bar to a new world record for the BBC.

  232. 232
    geekparent says:

    Why has Johnson got a police protection officer in the first place?

  233. 233
    Anonymous says:

    Not when he has to give her half.

  234. 234
    Avoniceday now says:

    You have a little list then?

  235. 235
    Van follower says:

    … like an old time special when you can’t find your way home.

  236. 236
    ichabod says:

    Harold Macmillan thought he was safe with Dorothy, who really was an unattractive looker ( a man in drag type), but that charmer Bob Boothby had a 20 year plus affair with her. Compared to Mrs Mac. , Yvette is a beaut.

  237. 237
    Tony B Liar says:

    He doesn’t. But his wife “had” one.

  238. 238
    Any Answers? says:

    Where else in the world is it possible to find such a concentration of lying thieving scumbags as the HoC.

  239. 239
    Tell it like it really is says:

    Did I read he prefers a “cottage.”?

  240. 240
    Joe Public says:

    “ut he’s got his story in first, which is critical.”

    But he/she who laughs last, laughs longest.

  241. 241
    Pickled Wizard says:

    ergo – delivering his post

  242. 242
    Pickled Wizard says:

    except this time, one will be up the arse of the other

  243. 243
    Anonymous says:

    Brucy anyone, good game, good game.

  244. 244
    Anonymous says:

    Like a chimps!?

  245. 245
    Anonymous says:

    What’s it like to make love to a blind man, David?

  246. 246
    Anonymous says:

    Wasn’t Boothby rat most of the time though?

  247. 247
    Anonymous says:

    Perjury anyone? or being economical with with the truth. There are things that we know, and things that we don’t know………………….. guess B’Liar has absorbed all Bushy’s and Dead Eye Dick’s mannerisms

  248. 248
    Laban says:

    At the Oil Drum blog (‘CCS’ = Carbon Capture and Storage) – they reckon the lights will be going out by 2015 unless Call Me Dave does a u-turn:

    “In China, new Westinghouse-designed, AP1000 reactors are being delivered in three years at a cost that is reliably reported of $1500 per kW; this is even less than a new coal-fired plant without CCS. (This is the same UK state owned Westinghouse that was sold by Gordon Brown’s government for a paltry £5 billion just two years ago to Japan’s Toshiba – an act of economic vandalism comparable to his sale of a third of Britain’s gold reserves at the bottom of the market in 2003 in favour of Euro-denominated assets.)”

  249. 249
    FourEyedJockMong says:

    All very well but GF still hasn’t clarified whether the “twist” is a complication to, or a correction of, his original explanation of the postie’s departure.

    And are we still accusing the gonadal one of spinning against AJ, or is he now acquitted of this, whilst still, obviously, having been previously convicted of crashing the world economy and being an all round hoon.

    I’ve got to say that Guido is reacting to the scurrilous gossip rather than unearthing it. I could have got all of this from BBC News 24, minus all the ignorant foul-mouthed hateful comment, so where would have been the fun in that?

  250. 250
    Also Anonymous says:

    It’s great when you know the difference between old speculation on a blog and things that have actually happened, too.

  251. 251
    Anonymous says:

    But wait! “Alan Johnson’s suspected affair with a civil servant was widely rumoured around Westminster, it was the reason that people believed that he had not run for leader. The story was kept out of the papers – until now.”

    Has the story changed then?

  252. 252
    Anonymous says:

    Naughty, Naughty,Policeman caught leaving deposits in the ”letterbox” normaly reserved for ”postman pratt”


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