January 28th, 2011

Blair Backs Heirs

Speaking to Bloomberg News at the billionaire’s bunfight which is Davos, Tony Blair pretty much backed the Coalition’s line that the government’s priority should be to cut the deficit. He also echoed George Osborne in blaming the recent poor GDP figures on the bad weather. It will be music to the Cameroons’ ears that “the master” takes their line…


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  1. 1
    bbitgu says:

    Ha Ha , The looney left wont like that.

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    • 22
      Father Ted says:

      Gordon Brown is a political giant whose legacy will remain long after Tony. His scorched earth policy will be admired by political scientists for years to come, demonstrating that populism and not economics is the political capital of choice.

      ….can I go now Gordon, its nearly 4:00

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        Condemned to hell says:

        Who cares what this dishonest arsehole thinks, he should be locked up and kept away from the public. He caused the financial mess and did not have the back bone to stand up against Brown, however he is courageous enough to send others off to war to lose their lives and limbs for no good reason other than his vanity. He and Campbell should also be accountable for Dr Kelly’s death. Mass immigration and home made terrorism can be attributed to him, as well as creating the largest welfare bill the country has ever seen.

        Liebour want the Met to investigate a good crime start with him…

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      • 132
        Ungern Sternberg says:

        Gordon Brown was like a creaky old East German communist circa 1990, clinging onto power for long enough for all the Stasi files to be shredded.

        Only in his case, it was all the money for the next 100 years being fed into the shredders.

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        • 151
          Willsteed says:

          It was uniquely Blair for whom all of his parliamentary expenses and receipts were miraculously shredded for ‘unknown reasons’.

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    • 46
      Spade Seller says:

      Surely start another war would be big T’s advice?

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      • 58
        HandsomeDavid says:

        He is a true fucking sabre rattler that Hunt.

        We should be tough on war criminals and tough on the causes of war criminals.

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    • 56
      The BBC says:

      We will NOT be reporting this.

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    • 150
      bbitgu says:

      I love to be first

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    • 158
      Winston Smith II says:

      This Berlusconi can hack my phone any day.

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  2. 2
    Tom Tomos says:

    Well he was Thatcher’s ‘son’ after all.

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      I Remember You Hoo says:

      Bullshit. Is that why all those socialists voted for him and praised him to the rafters?

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      • 27
        Anon says:

        The Socialists also voted for Adolf Hitler back in the day.

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        • 45
          Grumpy Old Man says:

          Adolf was a Socialist. He believed in German jobs for German woarkers, Gordon believed in British jobs for British workers

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          • Plenty of conservatives who believe in British jobs for British workers. The party isn’t ENTIRELY composed of Ayn Rand disciples demanding that any pleb who fails to be wage-competitive with Chinese slave children be thrown off the white cliffs.

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          • I Remember You Hoo says:

            McBust did not believe in British jobs for British workers at all, in fact just the opposite. It was a soundbite, a sop, thrown out casually to his parties dim witted faithful, to reinforce his ‘caring’ ‘looking out for the little guys’ persona. Nothing more, nothing less.

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        • 48
          I Remember You Hoo says:

          Of course they did, Hitler was a socialist, his party were socialists, so whyever would they not?

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          • Mr Pettigrew from no 44 says:

            Why did he get rid of the Socialist wing during the night of the long knives, then spend a lot of time cosying up to the likes of IG Farben and Krupp?

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          • Oswald Mosley says:

            I was a member of the Labour Party from 1924 to 1931. We Fabian Socialist Nazis have to stick together.

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          • I Remember You Hoo says:

            Because he percieved the Brownshirts as a threat and like all socialist dictators decided to neuter and kill off his potential rivals. Just as Stalin removed his, it was just bloody factional infighting, as always on the left.

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          • Oswald Mosley says:

            I was a Conservative MP.

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      • 63
        sockpuppet #4 says:

        An answer you’d like: Because they were told to.

        Answer you wouldn’t like: Can’t be bothered actually.

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        • 110
          Poor Bill says:

          The answer is : Because they was Poofs, run by a Poof and had been promised that they would be treated as equals and would find the new Germany & Europe a friendly and welcoming place for those, light on their feet.

          Russians did the same. As uncle Joe Stalin said.

          “Let them be free and open. Like weeds, it’s best to pluck them when fully grown. Then you can pull them up, roots and all”

          Marxists. Don’t you just love em.

          Any way. In the end it was the Christian countries of the west that relented and did the right thing.

          “Live and let live”

          Sad that they have now been bullshited into supporting the Marxists again and find it fun to persecute christians for their faith.

          Ho hum. “Pass me my Brown Shirt, I’m off to the Blue Oyster Bar !”

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  3. 3
    Axe The Telly Tax says:

    Ouch! Putting the boot into the Brownites.

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      Chimera with two Eds says:

      We disassociate ourselves from the Gordon Brown economic clusterfuck even though we both regularly talk to Gordon and Kinnockio of Bedwetting.

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  4. 4

    The only thing that prevents me putting my moccasin through the screen and into his face right now is the comforting thought that however good life is during the day at Davos and wherever else for our Tone, of a night time it is his sworn duty is to spend at least 15 minutes hanging out of the back of Cherie Booth.

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  5. 5
    bbitgu says:

    So Blair is not backin Red Ed , This confirms my hopes that Ed will take Labour back to unelectabilty .

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    • 52
      Anonymous says:

      Looking forward to next Wednesday & PMQ’s.

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    • 59
      Grumpy Old Man says:

      RedEd will take Labour back to political incoherence. Ed2 will take Labour back to unelectability.

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    • 65
      yalleriron says:

      I doubt that very much. If anything really would “do in” Ed M, it would be the support of the duplicitous, warmongering, apostate criminal known to the world as Tony Blair.

      I hope that Tony keeps backing Gideon (probably some honour or tax break, or both cooked up there) as the two slimey creeps deserve each other.

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  6. 6

    Wait till I get my hands on him!!!

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  7. 7
    Anonymous says:

    Darling, Blair, Clarke.

    They all look so much more relaxed, relieved and human now they’re not running the country.

    Even Jacqui Smith was bearable on This Week.

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  8. 8
    Nick Clegg says:

    Got on ya Tones me son!

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  9. 10
    Ed Miliband says:

    Let’s see if Blair can endorse them at the next election. Victory will be ours, comrades!

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  10. 12
    Cato Street Conspirator says:

    Yes of course, after all he was only prime minister in one of the most corrupt, authoritarian and incompetent governments of modern times. Just the kind of man you want on your side.

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    • 14
      bbitgu says:

      And he won 3 elections …..

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      • 33
        I Remember You Hoo says:

        By being an accomplished liar and fraud. Bliar is an utterly vile human being.

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        • 36
          bbitgu says:

          I agree , But just on the facts of the ballot box he won 3 elections unlike Gordon or any other labour pm in 40+ years , Just on that fact he was sucssesful , mainly for himself ( Deffo not for the country).

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          • I Remember You Hoo says:

            Look what he was up against Billy.
            I voted Labour in ’97 to get rid of EU arselicker Major, hoping the Tories would see sense and put someone up, who the right could unite behind. What did we get? Bill Vague, Ian Duncan-Cough, Michael Howard and now Dismal Dave. None of whom I could ever vote for.
            I suspect that there are millions like me also.

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          • bbitgu says:

            You could say the same about Lady Thatcher , Her opponents where shit as well .

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          • I Remember You Hoo says:

            You could be right Billy, it almost looks like a setup when you look back, oppositions all seem to be crap, with the possible exception of John Smith’s time as Labour leader. Cameron was shite too, yet he managed to throw away a 17% lead and still win. But then, losing to McMugabe, was almost impossible.

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    • 20
      Phantom says:

      And he kept Brown from the nuclear button until the economy he created was about to blow up in his face…..

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      • 37
        I Remember You Hoo says:

        He created nothing but debt and when the debt bubble was about to burst, jumped ship hoping for his reward of President of the EU. The murderous, venal whore, is from the dregs of humanity.

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      • 68
        Grumpy Old Man says:

        Thne PM jumping ship just before it starts to sink is a Labour Party Core Value, remember Wilson/Callaghan?

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  11. 13
    Far PIg says:

    i hope my girlfriend has got the tea on

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  12. 18
    Phantom says:

    That’s a massive “F**K YOU!” to the Labour Party if ever there was one.

    Only time he’s ever managed to make me laugh.

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  13. 19
    bbitgu says:

    Feeling confident on the caption comp :-)

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  14. 21
    Towing the Party line at the end of a rope says:

    Ooooooooo ……………… so off message

    It would never have happened in Blairs day..

    Oh! err… wait a moment

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  15. 26
    genghiz the kahn says:

    Can the transcript from 5.25 be posted just to remind UnWed Ed and Blinker Balls that their economic policy hasn’t got the Blair seal of approval?

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  16. 30
    Who gets the last laugh on Labour says:

    The funny thing is they all diss Tony now, but they will have to copy him pretty much vertabim if they ever want to see power or success on that scale again.

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  17. 38
    Tom Baldwin says:

    Whatever next ?

    Will Tony apply to be David Cameron’s Director Of Communications ?

    Funny old game, politics.

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  18. 43
    Gordon Brown says:

    tonight I will attack the flump filled wardrobe

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    Gove The Gimp says:

    LOL…. this is priceless.

    SO YOU ARE ALL BLAIR FANS NOW…. WETTING MYSELF

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    • 121
      I Remember You Hoo says:

      Selectively reading posts wet boy? Remove the shit covering your screen and look again.

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  21. 60
    Me says:

    This post is utter shit.

    He didn’t blame the weather alone.
    Read what he actually said, in context.

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  22. 62
    Jon Cravens says:

    I fuckin opes the Washington warlords dispatch that parasite cu’nt to bring peace to Egypt.

    Watching that blood soaked, spiv, criminal, being strung up by the heroic Egyptian citizens would make me fooken afternoon

    And you can quote me on this you poofters

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  23. 64
    Fuck Blair, Ed Balls says:

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    • 69
      bbitgu says:

      Fuck off Balls you muppet!

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    • 74
      Engineer says:

      The FT, strangely for an organ dedicated to finance, has been fairly consistently wrong on every major economic issue for about the last 40 years. It would seem that it is trying to maintain it’s record.

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    • 77
      Gordon's best Mate says:

      That would be Martin Keynesian land value taxation Wolf?

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    • 84
      Jon Cravens says:

      Why isnt this cu’nt on trial for burning through hundreds of billions of pounds merely to keep Labour voting scum in Sky TV, alcohol, and fags.

      Him, and his fellow vermin are enemies of English high rate tax payers.
      Sadly of course he and his fellow vermin know the votes of the scroungers and parasites far outweigh those of the decent, hard working majority.

      In the final analysis though, when he smashes the economy after a couple of years as Chancellor, he will go down as one of the biggest cun’ts ever to have infested the ouses of Parliaments, and there’s been some big doozies in there

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    • 91
      Save the apostrophe society says:

      You forgot the apostrophe Bollock Ed

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    • 112
      Axe The Telly Tax says:

      Have you still got that Nazi uniform you wore at University, you swivel-eyed fascist scumbag.

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  24. 67
    Righty Right Wing (Mrs) says:

    Blair is a criminal.

    Look at the ruinous state of the country achieved via his third way leftism & treason.

    He is not to be admired in anyway.

    History will be his only punishment, unfortunately.

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    • 76
      Engineer says:

      Errr – Slotgob?

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    • 78
      Grumpy Old Man says:

      I suggest that not daring to set foot in his country of birth without personal protection is somewhat of a punishment.

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      • 90
        Engineer says:

        When you’re safer in the Middle East than you are in Middle England, you have done something seriously out of order. Even estate agents and loan sharks are not reviled that much.

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      • 107
        Hugh Janus says:

        It certainly is, as much as I would like to see him in a court of law to answer for his crimes. Still, the complete loss of his freedom to do the normal things the rest of us take for granted, particularly in his own country, I suppose goes some way towards his punishment. For the rest of his life he will be looking over his shoulder, wondering when someone is going to get him. Pity we will have to shell out millions to protect this utterly loathsome creep.

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    • 85
      Anonymous says:

      Blair was never a lefty. He is a Tory and he was fully supported in most of his initiatives by the Tories. He has already said that he was wrong to ban hunting and that Brown is a Lefty C unt who fucked up big time.

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    • 87
      Bert Pierrepoint says:

      I’d love to pull the lever and watch the trapdoor open

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    • 92
      I Remember You Hoo says:

      Bliar’s biggest success, was the destruction of a free, democratic nation, based on the fair rule of law and it’s replacement with a servile, vassal region, of a fascistic supranational entity, based on unjust law and the oppressive omnipotent state.

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      • 128
        Wearing extra thick rose tinted glasses from Spec Savers says:

        Yes, because Britain was such a paragon of freedom and democracy before 1997.

        Despite what Tory tribalists would like to believe, 1997 wasn’t year zero. From the EU to mass immigration, every fucked up policy we see now, was alive and kicking a decade earlier.

        The rot at the heart of Britain goes back decades, with all three parties to blame.

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        • 147
          Grumpy Old Man says:

          You are unfortunately correct. We should have left them severely alone after the ungrateful swine booted us out of Calais. Great Britain exhausted itself in 2 World Wars freeing Europe from the threat of tyranny, and they go and willingly tie themselves up in a slavery more complete than either Napoleon, Kaiser Willy, Adolf or Joe ever fantasied over. Thanks to fuckwits like Grocer Heath, Sir John Major and any Leftie you care to mention, the tentacles of the EU Scylla grip tightly round John Bull.
          Colour me Eurosceptic.

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      • 149
        Tell it like it really is says:

        Remeber you Hoo – could you add “filled with immigrants, so called legal and illegal” all here to suck the country dry of everything they can claim, filchm steal.

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  25. 89
    Ned Balls - twitter says:

    ‘A well-timed warning shot at the Shadow Chancellor’ – very good speech by Tony Blair at Davos’

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  26. 93
    genghiz the kahn says:

    Ith not faiw, I thoughth I wath Tony’th heiwth. I need all the endowthmentth from all the pawty, pawthiculawly since motht of my MPth and pawty memberth hate me.

    What doeth that Hunt Blair mean by weducing the defitith, Ed? Why isth he backing thothe bathawdth Camewon, Clegg and Othbowne? They awent Tony’th heiwth, I am. Bathawdth, hoonth, Huntth. Still Gowdon loveth me, and backth me up to the hilth of hith knifeth.

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  27. 94
    Down With Brown! says:

    Tony Blair loves the coalition, especially the fact they don’t believe in taxing NonDoms.

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  28. 102
    Gordon Brown says:

    He’s wrong I tell you! Wrong, wrong, wrong, wrong, wrong , wrong, wrong, wrong, WRONG, WRONG, WRONG WRONG WRONG (cont. p94)

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  29. 109
    smoggie says:

    This is Brown’s and his spawn’s payback

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  30. 113
    I hate New Labour says:

    Nothing clever to say to this, I want to wish him the very worst life can bring and hope he lies awake at night tortured by the guilt of the lives he’s ruined.

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  31. 118
    Catflap says:

    Special adviser to Shadow Chancellor, Edd Balls, revealed:

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  32. 119
    Tony Bliar says:

    Hi. Can we please have a war with Iran so I can get even richer? I did really well out of Iraq and Afghanistan.

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  33. 120
    Gordon Brown says:

    Why did they interview Tony? They should interview meeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee! I saved the world, not Tony! They should be asking ME for MY view! Meeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!

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  34. 122
    nell says:

    So is this bliar trying to ingratiate himself with the coalition government in the hope they’ll get the chilcot inquiry to tone down their conclusions on the ir aq war?

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  35. 123
    Eddie Miller Band says:

    Comwades! I will be prime minithter by the end of the year! Yeth I will!

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  36. 126
    Tony Bliar and The Voice of Pacifism. says:

    Shaaddup! Let’s bomb the fook out of Iran.

    The double edge sword. Labour will not be happy about this though they do want to distance themselves from the Bliar legacy and the Coalition will not be keen on a lunatic supporting them.

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  37. 131
    MI5 says:

    OHG

    To think that this Coalition needs the kiss of death from the Grinning, lying, frauding, thieveing war criminal Blair is beyond any imagination

    Except for the imagination of those who wish to kill Britain…

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  38. 133
    oink says:

    in what way does the recession impact on fuckwit Bliar? or Osborne? or any of them?

    these people live on a different planet

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  39. 134
    13eastie says:

    IPSA still thinks Gerry Adams is an MP

    If and when they are told that he has ceased to be an MP, he will be given a £40K golden handshake to help him to stop representing the constituents whom he has effectively excluded from democracy throughout his tenure.

    If he fails to win a seat in the Irish election, he would then be eligible to stand for his old seat in Belfast in any subsequent by-election.

    Effectively being paid £40K for taking a month off a job he wasn’t doing in the first place.

    http://bit.ly/fz6s9O

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  40. 136
    Jon Craven the misery guts says:

    @Jon Craven leave Billy alone. If anyone is so unfunny it is you. Misery guts.

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  41. 138
    Eeu to me says:

    I don’t want to say much about Bliar,but I want him,Brown,Campbell and their money backers,the likes of Sainsbury in court in the Hague for murder of British soldiers and people in Iraq and Afghanistan,I would like an explanation as to why the so called Honourable MP’s and Lords in the Palace Westminster voted for these wars when a million people marched to say no,I want an explanation as to why Dr Kelly “comitted suicide” and if the security services were involved Why?,who ordered them,I would also like to know why Cameron stood up and made his MP’s stand up and clap and cheer when Bliar got to hell as quick as he could out of the HOC,honesty and truth would be appreciated.

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  42. 139
    Fuck 'em says:

    It’s all getting heated in raghead land.

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  43. 148
    ALFRED THE GREAT[ guardian comment privileges suspended] says:

    Good to see some posts saying Hitler and the Nazis were socialists. Try saying that on the guardian comment pages, and see the leftie twits lining up to rubbish your comments. The mantra of their site is that the facts are sacred, oh yeah? I was ejected for continuous shots at Toynbee and Monbiot et al, they just don’t like it up them, get on their comment pages and give them them hell, the tax avoiding, hypocritical idiots, they deserve it.

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  44. 155
    loony lefty libcons says:

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  45. 156
    MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK son of COD says:

    Is this one of those “Spot the difference pictures” ?
    no you got me there
    they both look like a picture of a c*nt !

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