March 9th, 2011

Frozen Fraternal Love

On Sunday David Miliband admitted how bad was the hurt that his brother inflicted upon him. In doing so he triggered an outburst of sympathy online that ended up with him trending globally on Twitter. Today at PMQs, in reply to Cameron’s taunts, Ed Miliband dismissed his knifing of his brother by asking whether Dave was going to bring up his cousin next. Clearly the line is being held that Ed has done nothing wrong and everything is hunky dory – but is it really?

David and Ed, with their respective entourages, crossed each other’s paths yesterday afternoon between Portcullis House and the Norman Shaw building. Guido’s co-conspirator reports that they walked literally within a few metres of each other in opposite directions and never mind not exchanging words, they didn’t even nod, smile or acknowledge each others presence. “David, I love you so much as a brother…”


357 Comments

  1. 1
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    The knife wounds must have healed by now?

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    • 7
      Maddamar Qaddaffi says:

      They need’a shoting. I have AK -47 plenty for hire !

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      • 34
        ROFL! says:

        WHAT A SCOOP!

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        • 40
          Grumpy Old Man says:

          bears out Dave’s snide aside at PMQ’s though.

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          • Who needs Coulson now ? says:

            that they don’t particularly like each other after one beat the other?
            that’s a fucking shocking revelation the public will be talking about for weeks

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          • Phil says:

            Unless you happen to be braindead old man listen to pmq’s for once in your life and note who starts using snide remarks virtually every single fucking time and then you will likely draw the same conclusion that I do namely that Dave only gets personal after Dead Ed winds him up in the nastiest,snidest,obnoxious fucking way possible.You may also note that if a courteous question is asked an equally courteous reply is always given unlike the last bunch of uncouth twisting bastards who coincidentally are still there but on the opposition benches or had’nt you noticed?

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        • 194
          tatspotting says:

          I notice the tramp rimmer is still about.

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      • 100
        George Bernard Shaws final solution says:

        All those years of Marxist brainwashing on Ed, he ‘ s clearly a Sociopath.

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    • 9
      Teddy Edward says:

      who can blame either brother for thinking the other is a total wanker, I certainly do

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    • 11
      fagged@eton says:

      … how they walked literally within a few metres of each other …

      FFS! – use feet not metres.

      U.K. hasn’t gone metric yet despite the BBC propaganda!

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      • 15
        Hugh Janus says:

        Fully agree. Local BBC Regional lot apologised for using metres instead of feet when I recently expressed a degree of irritation with their choice of measure.

        Constant vigilance required!

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        • 63
          Dave's Beeboid Spindoctor says:

          “There is this feeling that William is not firing on all cylinders, that he is on half power,” one Tory said. Many Conservatives believe Hague has never fully recovered from his embarrassment in September when he admitted having shared a hotel room with his former special adviser, Christopher Myers.“

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        • 97
          PD77 says:

          Maybe you also should complain that they use °C instead of °F in all the weather reports?

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          • Usually Right says:

            Don’t need Labour or LibCon to drag GB back into the dark ages, brits can do it all by themselves with archaic masurement systems…

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          • Kelvin says:

            Farenheit and Celsius were both wrong to invent temperature scales around the freezing point of water at one standard of atmospheric pressure.

            They were both absolute Zeros.

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          • Celsius and Farenheit says:

            You are the absolute Zero Kelvin

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      • 21
        YorkshireLad says:

        What’s a metre?

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      • 86
        Sir William Waad says:

        ….as opposed to methaphorically within a few metres of each other?

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      • 165
        Ed But Look Balls says:

        Like the old joke….

        Q.”How many thous are there in an inch”?

        A. “Fecking hell I know there’s lots, it must be millions”!!

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      • 185
        Roger Bannister says:

        I broke the 4 minute mile.

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      • 319
        As sound as a pound says:

        There is not one ounce of evidence to say that actually happened.

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      • 351
        Goldbug says:

        Really- oh dear. I’ve been using metric measurements for 40 years under the impression that most people could understand them. My life has been a sham, I’m ruined.
        But hang on, I’ve just discovered that the UK actually has gone metric in virtually all practical areas except road signs using miles. I’m saved, my life is not a sham.
        Just for information a metre is 39 inches.

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    • 20
      Wash your mouth out. says:

      “within a few metres of each other”

      It’s within a few feet or yards Guido, the houses of Parliament are in London England, not Paris France.

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      • 29
        Hugh Janus says:

        Brussels or Strasbourg, surely?

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      • 71
        South of the M4 says:

        Whole generation has left school now who can picture a metre more than they can a yard, or foot. Similarly cm and not inches. Similarly kg and not lb. In industry, particularly those who import and export, it is the same. The ‘old ‘ measurements will die a natural death within a decade. Best get used to it.

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        • 99
          Scurfy says:

          I don’t care much one way or the other, though I have a sneaking fondness for the archaic Imperial system because it’s ours, innit, and because it encouraged the cheeeldren in numeracy. What I do care about is that we should make our fucking minds up which system to use. You can go into any woodyard with your list of measurements and you can be sure the wood is stocked in the OTHER BLOODY SYSTEM.

          [/rant]

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          • Ed But Look Balls says:

            Yeah, it’s based on physical reality and not a French bureaucratic Napoleonic system to annoy the English as the Frogs had their own system pre-Napoleon I think!

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        • 101
          PD77 says:

          Thankfully in Wargaming they still use real measurements!

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        • 114
          Rebel Yell says:

          I wouldn’t be so sure, there are millions of homes and buildings in this country that were built with Imperial measurements and unless you can convert back and forth betweeen the two, you are stuffed.
          Plus socially we all interact using Imperial too. How tall are you? Six feet. Fancy a pint? Etc.
          Despite the cultural Marxist’s influence and their thirty year effort to homogenise us into some Eurozone Borg, we are not assimilated still.

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          • smoggie says:

            The construction industry has been happily working in metric for 40 years despite the legacy of an imperial system.

            Ironically only the yanks cling on to the old imperial system in construction. Otherwise it would be long forgotten.

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          • Decimals are not all they are cracked out to be. says:

            Smoggie. There is nothing wrong with the Imperial system. It makes great sense to double things or halve things rather than ratchet them up or down by a factor of ten.

            Never had a problem with fractions myself, a half is half of one, a quarter is a quarter of one, an eighth is an eighth of one and so on. It can’t be misunderstood, unlike a decimal point put in the wrong place.

            My computer counts in just binary but it seems to be reasonably clever.

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        • 126
          Rupert88 says:

          I was told that in 1974

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        • 154
          LSD says:

          Scuse me but how can you look at your toes and not see the length of your feet or look at your arm and not see the length of your yard arm or look at your willy and not see what one inch is?

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        • 158
          Imperial says:

          Crap. We still talk of weight in stones and pounds, height in feet and inches, distance in miles, petrol in gallons, extreme rainfall in inches, extreme temperatures in Fahrenheit, bent politicians in 9 bob notes, missing an open goal by a mile, inching into a tight parking space, acres of room and the size of foreign countries in the number of Wales’.

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        • 166
          The 8.04672 km high Club says:

          Where would the five mile high club be in metres?

          The answer is 8.04672 km. I think most would agree that does not have the same ring about it.

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        • 238
          Grumpy Old Man says:

          The French have had metric since Napoleon, but in south-west French markets they still sell eggs by the douze.

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      • 189
        Baker says:

        My dozens are bigger than yours. Until the EU made them illegal that is.

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      • 280
        Norfolk Inbred says:

        What’s all this counting in ten malarky? Round these parts we count in fours and eights.

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    • 59
      Abner Doubleday says:

      Neither of them knew who the other was?

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    • 137
      Up sh1t creek says:

      There’s nothing like brotherly love.

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  2. 2
    Cynical-old-bag says:

    Just goes to show how power and money rules everything.

    They can’t be pleased for each other’s success, and would rather pass each other on opposite sides of the street.

    Wasn’t there a parody about that……?

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    • 103
      Scurfy says:

      They are utterly loathsome, the pair of them, like all politicians. Obsessed with self, indifferent to everybody else, using hypocrisy, sophistry and outright lies to get their own way. I can’t understand why anybody believes a word they say, unless it’s because the school system has been deliberately destroyed to produce a nation of cretins.

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  3. 3
    Away with the fairies says:

    Is little Eddie on drugs in that picture?

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  4. 5
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    It does make you wonder weather D Miliband (Jaffa) is plotting a coup with the other Bliarites against Red Ed?

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      Afghanistan Banana Stand says:

      ^^^^
      Looks like we’re in for a bad spell of whether

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      • 105
        Scurfy says:

        ABS, if you check the script of The Hot Rock you might find there’s a hyphen between “banana” and “stand”. Removes the uncertainty about which noun is serving as an adjective.

        At least No. 5 seems a genuine Billy-post. He’s proud of being ignorant; don’t disabuse him!

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    • 206
      smoggie says:

      Ed M will never make PM. It will be either Dave or Ballsy if there is to be another Labour government.

      Ed M has just given Balls another chance. We should all be pissed off.

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        Hugh Janus says:

        Rejoice at that news! If the odious, serial house-flipping Blinky takes the helm we can look forward to the rapid sinking of HMS Liebour.

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    Not a lefty twat says:

    I hope DMil borrows Charlie Sheen’s machete and knifes his ‘bro’ good and proper back.

    Yuch

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  6. 8
    Hmm says:

    Guessing you’ve never had a fall-out with a sibling then?

    They’ll be fine. If it bothers him that much, he’s a prick.

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      RED ED - SON OF BROWN says:

      I’VE GOT THIS ON MY iPOD – IT’S MY FAVOURITE NOW

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    • 14
      streamfisher says:

      I doubt if that one will ever heal, sibling rivalry can run deep and get very nasty especially as the front runner Dave got outflanked by a dirty deal that Ed did with the Unions, bit reminiscent of the Elizabethans, its all about power.

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      • 26
        Joss Taskin says:

        Didn’t Red Ed initially say he wasn’t putting his name forward for the leadership and then suddenly change tack when his union bosses told him they’d guarantee him victory ??

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        • 30
          Cynical-old-bag says:

          Yes he did. Seems the job is more important than his relationship with his brother.

          That says it all, really.

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          • Dick the Prick says:

            Taking a dump is more important than his relationship with his brother. One has to get into the mind of the victim, to understand how they feel, that they have both been raised in the Labour party, that both have been promoted against all ability, that the powers that be who got them their jobs make Ed the King and whose crown was stolen off David. Brown’s last hurrah! Funny as fuck. Commie brainless chimps the pair of them.

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          streamfisher says:

          Politicians always say they are not putting their name forward for any post while frantically lobbing for the job in the background, et tu brute.

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          • Labourunionsbbc we are one says:

            I rember the maximum liar continuously denying he wanted to be PM, even when blair was leaving.

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        • 224
          tell it like it really is says:

          IMO although concensus of labour party opinion is that Ed the Gimp is……useless….they are planning to carry on with him for the next two years if the Coalition continue to make efforts (could try a lot harder) to remedy some of the carnage caused during the last 13 years by labour. After that open backstabbing, lying, spinning, et al, normal labour behaviour, will be the order of every day.

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      • 229
        Southern Softy says:

        If the rift is ever healed, they are going to look very very silly.
        Even more silly than they look now.
        And that’s very silly.
        Fingers crossed for Look Balls Listen as the next leader.
        The Tories binned several and there’s no reason for Liebour not to follow suit.

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    • 41
      Ampers says:

      To paraphrase an old saying…

      You can choose your enemies but you can’t choose your relations – unless they are both of course :-)

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      • 120
        Dick the Prick says:

        Not true Ampers old bean. As David is firing blanks they can pick the next seed out of a catalogue for their adoptee’s brother or sister.

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    • 344
      misterned says:

      There is a massive difference between a fall out with a sibling and stabbing one’s sibling in the back in the most publicly humiliating way possible. More so when relying on a union block vote and a dodgy and deeply unfair electoral system (AV) to get that “win”.

      If Ed is prepared to stab his own flesh and blood in the back like that, then there is not one single, poor, vulnerable soul in this country that would be safe from Ed’s malicious ambition.

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    johnny come lately says:

    The knife wounds may have healed but not the damage to the party.

    Those that live by the sword, die by the sword. Ed Milliband will lose at a time and place determined by his brother.

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    Hugh Janus says:

    If they would care to destroy each other then that would be a very good result. Two more prattish lefties who have never held a proper job would be gone.

    Unfortunately there’s a whole lot more where they came from, however.

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      misterned says:

      Sad but true, and what is even worse is that there is apparently (if polls are to be believed) 40% of the voting section of the public who will have labour back, no matter what incompetent, malicious fuckwit runs it.

      It matters not to them that the “savage cuts” are as a direct consequence of labour’s disastrous and catastrophic mishandling of the economy.

      It matters not that immigration exploded out of control as a deliberate policy to “rub the right’s noses in multiculturalism” and damn the consequences! It matters not that the deficit exploded out of control to the equivalent cost to the taxpayer level of a black Wednesday happening every week, that labour was a control freak government that wanted to track and monitor and control all that we do, that labour doubled income tax on the poorest workers whilst giving billions to bankers to reward them for their failure, that labour oversaw an economy in which manufacturing shrank, productivity reduced, efficiency reduced, effectiveness reduced, employment reduced.

      Now we have a public sector where average pay is above the private sector, they have much better pensions (for now) much better redundancy cover and much lower hours and easier working conditions, paid for entirely by a private sector which is being hampered by more and more red-tape, reducing wages, increasing hours, barely any pension provision at all and no redundancy benefits at all.

      And those cushy, over-paid, under-worked, overly protected work-shy fuckers in the public sector are planning to bring the country to its knees with mass-strikes because finally, nearly THREE YEARS after the labour exacerbated financial crash, they face being brought into line with REALITY, (at long fucking last) they are crying NOT FAIR!!!

      Fuck them! Let them strike, who the FUCK would notice? They do fuck all when they are at work anyway!

      The private sector cannot (and never could) afford the extravagant level of pay and perks that labour foolishly gave the public sector.

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  9. 16
    Sock Puppet says:

    Brother, can you spare a dime? Honestly, I don’t read the Big Issue.

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  10. 17
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Perhaps David was deep in thought about Sunderlands recent from and considering weather selling Darren Bent was the right idea, Deep in thought about the formation the manager picks,His affect on ticket sales and wondering weather he might get a chance on the left wing?

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  11. 18
    Jack says:

    Listen Guido FFFS

    You talk about “their respctive people”.

    Who the hell is David Milliband now,

    A Middle Eastern Potentate of what ?

    He is a simple MP

    End of story (unless, of course, Hampstead is paying for escorts, a harem and his Dad’s Maixist advisor)s

    PS. Or do simple MPs now have escorts, flunkies and bag carriers like the Sultan of Turkey on ther 19th fucking century..at our expense ?

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    • 25
      MI6 hon correspondent in Israel says:

      David Milliband still thinks he is important

      Mossad told him so

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    • 52
      Grumpy Old Man says:

      They do in the Looting Party. The MP for Kirkuldy and Kilbride has a PPS. As he is never in Parliament , her main job is to make sure he takes his medication on time.

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    • 61
      Doc Trough says:

      Yes indeed. The one called David is among the simplest of Members. If he wants to hang with Blairites, he need only cross the floor.

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      tell it like it really is says:

      Simple is an adjective which can be applied to so many of the 650

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  12. 19
    SocialGhism says:

    “David, I love you so much as a loser… remember that time you stole my lolly? Not so funny now is it, pwick!”

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  13. 27
    Cynical-old-bag says:

    I wonder. Would DM care about his brother’s feelings if he had been elected leader of the Labour Party?

    I somehow doubt it.

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  14. 28
    Disgusted of Neasden says:

    And I thought socialism was all about the Brotherhood of Man. What hope if 2 actual brothers in the same party can’t work together?

    OTOH, is anybody outside the Labour Party bovvered?

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  15. 31
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Its the first time Ed has been the more senior Miliband in the Labour party.

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  16. 33
    The Labour Rabble says:

    We believe both brothers

    They seem so intelligent and they must love eachother

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    • 39
      Mrs Doris Perkins says:

      I agree

      I live in Barnsley and I have 4 children by different fathers

      I loved them all (not the children you mean)

      I am now a drug, addict alcohloic and I have lost the sight in one eye when I am in the drunk

      My children roam the streets, even the Police are scares of them…

      And I am paid $2,982.60 per month to continue with my insanity in the pub, on the couch and by voting for you

      Thank you Mr Blair, Mr Brown and the Milliband brothers for your great contribution to my wellbeing

      I like receiving and I never give

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      • 234
        Southern Softy says:

        Like all parasites, Doris, or can I call you Mrs, you give more than you could ever know.

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  17. 37
    Red Balls says:

    spontaneous vaginal delivery

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  18. 42
    Hugh Janus says:

    “They’re also ripe for a kicking over Libya with the Dear Leader and the Maximum Imbecile both on film glad-handing Gaddafi.”

    And who is going to administer this richly-deserved kicking? Call Me Dave shows no sign of growing a pair, and Billy Hague appears to be away with the fairies.

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  19. 45
    Joss Taskin says:

    Who is Red Ed’s cousin in Belgium ?? Is he also a closet commie who’s never had a real job as well ??

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  20. 46
    Polish Freedom Fighter says:

    The freedom-loving right is sweeping Europe my friends

    The greates man of the 20th Century, Pope John Paul II

    Who attacteed crowds in their millions throughout the world like no other leader could in the 20th century; let alone the 21st century

    Gave hope, freedom and inspiration to the world

    And will be cannised on May 1

    May God bless him and all those who assisted him

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  21. 48
    I love England says:

    They cant help it, treachery is in there blood

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  22. 51
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Which one would you like to see waterboarded?

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  23. 53
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    That made me chuckle.

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  24. 58
    Polish Freedom Fighter says:

    Amongst all this haymen strife and tribal stuipidity

    Please think of whatthe greastest man of the 20the century said and lived

    By all long shot

    John Paul II

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  25. 60
    Polish Freedom Fighter says:

    That you mod that is astonishing

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  26. 62
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Niel Warnock , Karma has just come round and bit your fucking asre!!!!!!

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  27. 64
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    William Hague , Karma has just come round and bit your fucking asre!!!!!!

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  28. 65
    Polish Freedom Fighter says:

    Let’s get down to brass tacks then. These two brothers from Primrose Hill are complete and utter frauds appearing to repesent the downtrodden in the UK

    They have never been poor. They went with theior father to the USA while the father was preaching the cheapest form of Marxism. They have had the likes of Tony “with a rich American wife” Benn and all the other Hampsteads organising their sorties and their pleasures and their indtroductions. The JC is full of their background.

    What do either of them know about life? Except prancing around the kennedy School of Government at Harvard which is full of lefties and pseudos.

    And “teaching economics” amounting to bust after boom.

    What a fucking disgrace and fraud the two of them

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  29. 68
    We had hoped says:

    That you mod this is the end old boy

    You are obviously “politically correct” now

    Pathetic

    There is no hope left In Britain as the intelligent have known for years but when you mod like this you are part of the total collapse of thought

    So by by baby and remain in your decadent and puerile and stupid third worlr Britain and your b u s t Ireland ROFL

    I should not have expected anything better

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  30. 69
    Fa Kin Su Pah says:

    Big brother is watching you

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  31. 74
    Theymakemepuke says:

    Ugly lying tosspots. Sick of their gurning. They prob do dislike each other but hey that’s left wing idealism for ya

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    • 84
      Anonymous says:

      “Both of them look like they’ve come to service your computer.”

      Jeremy Clarkson.

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      • 141
        Hugh Janus says:

        I wouldn’t let Bananaman or Buzz Lightweight service my doorbell, never mind my computer.

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        • 242
          Scurfy says:

          Forgive my faltering memory, Hugh, but are you the poster upon the buckling bonnet of whose Triumph Spitfire a certain nymph, a Miss K. Cockgargler (or some such name), yielded her maidenly body to your caresses?

          If so, how less fitted is either of the two Marxist Brothers to service her?

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  32. 77
    Bye Bye Clegg says:

    YouGov’s latest poll, prompted with explanations of what the AV and FPTP systems are, has a 17 point lead for the NO campaign.

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  33. 79
    Walter Miliband. Ed's cousin but not David's. says:

    David M has a bigger sword to oust the treacherous nasty Ed.

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  34. 81
    Steve Miliband says:

    What is the point of Kevin Maguire?

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  35. 88
    Steve Miliband says:

    But only one is ‘Son of Gordon’

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  36. 90
    Fabians are Evil says:

    Both of those miliband boys are empty suits and were part of Brown’s reign of stupidity, incompetence and waste.

    Their finger prints are all over the UK’s economic and social meltdown caused, yet again, by a pathetic and ruthless socialist agenda.

    If there was any justice in the world they, together with Brown and the other bastards,
    would be doing a jig at Tyburn

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  37. 92
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    O/T , Not that anyone gives a fuck, but i got bestline of the week on the PMQs livechat that geeks does .

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  38. 102
    angelnstar says:

    I don’t know. I bet it was hell being David Miliband’s kid brother, he might have trodden on Ed the whole time. Ed Miliband had the right to go for the job, just as much as David did and David Miliband does seem to have a lot of self-regard.

    Everyone expected David Miliband to win, but one of them had to lose. Ed was smarter, that’s all. I wouldn’t have done it, but they are both very ambitious. Why should Ed stand aside, just because David believed it was his by right? David Miliband seems to bottle things when it comes to the crunch. Maybe he should have made more effort but took success for granted and Ed snuck part the winning post. He underestimated Ed, and is now kicking himself, but fortune favours the brave.

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  39. 111
    Gawkes says:

    All’s fair in love and…….politics.

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  40. 116
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Anyway , Who i going to go through, Spurs or AC Milan?

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  41. 117
    The Labour Party says:

    Lend us a tenner. We’re skint.

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  42. 119
    Voice of Treason says:

    Who gave the arrogant David M the idea that the crown was his without even a good fight? Well done to Mister Ed for spiking the obnoxious Dave’s pomposity. As they say pride comes before a fall.

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      Lady Virginia Droit de Seigneur says:

      Possibly he got the idea from McTwat whose idea of a Labour leadership election was to bully and threaten other potential candidates until they agreed not to stand.

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  43. 121
    Cain says:

    Am I my brother’s keeper?

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  44. 122
    Tony Blair says:

    You ain’t seen me, right.

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  45. 127
    Voice of Treason says:

    I just wish David M would shave that bum fluff from his upper lip – it makes him look like twat (well it would if he also had a beard).

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  46. 139
    Lard Prescott says:

    I does like a good fight. I does like a bun fight. It ‘appens often when I is at the pastry section in Sainsbury.

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  47. 142
    If you missed it earlier says:

    Even by his miserable standards, Red was incredibly shit today.

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    • 143
      If you missed it earlier says:

      Harman and Mrs Blinky look especially smackable.

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      • 148
        PD77 says:

        I hope that’s not a euphemism?

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        • 160
          If you missed it earlier says:

          No. Shootable, stabable, explodeable and punchable seemed a bit too harsh.

          On second thoughts…

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          • ichabod says:

            Gosh doesn’t Yvette look awful,really dreadful. She looks like an undernourished 60 year old.

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          • Yap! says:

            It’s Mr Wuv! He’s back again! Paste more Brown yootoobs again. I’m sure it’s guaranteed to elect David Camermong and restore Wavy Davy to his rightful place as the man who couldn’t even win a majority against Brown.

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      • 244
        Southern Softy says:

        Whyvette looked like she was on smack.
        Harman (what an irony to have man in your name) looked like she was thinking about her next holiday.

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      • 250
        George Bernard Shaws Final Solution says:

        The Labour front bench are being paid to curdle milk judging by their expressions.

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    • 323
      stun says:

      speecthisht

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  48. 144
    QWERTY says:

    Both Milibands look the like the afterbirth, seems to me the midwife threw away the wrong bits.

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  49. 147
    Even by his miserable standards, Hague is incredibly shit. says:

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    • 159
      Yap! says:

      It’s Mr Wuv! He’s back again! Paste Cameron’s comments on climate change again. I’m sure it’s guaranteed to bring down the coalition and restore Michael Foot to his rightful place as Prime Minister of the Universe.

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  50. 149
    Moley says:

    Have a look at this; Dan Hannan reveals

    http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/news/danielhannan/100079206/revealed-how-euro-federalists-plan-to-get-around-a-british-no-vote/

    A British MEP, (Traitor, and Liberal Democrat) is proposing that the EU changes its rules so that Treaty changes go through once they have been ratified by four fifths of member states, instead of all States.

    What this would do is to make British Parliament and a British referendum NO vote irrelevant, the change would still be imposed on us, and that is why it is being suggested.

    I would like to hear an official response from HMG about this.

    (Vote UKIP.)

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    • 188
      Must get a pseudonym one day says:

      The only response we’ll get from ‘cast-iron’ Dave is for him to bend over and take it up the chuffer as he always does.

      Let’s all vote UKIP and sort all this EU nonsense out once and for all.

      Like

    • 325
      stun says:

      Treason? Must be close…

      Like

  51. 150
    Ed Miliband says:

    “Ooooo’s the fucking Grand-daddy ? A A ! Whooo’s the fucking Grand-daddy ?

    I’mm the fucking Grand-daddy Ddddave, Iiii’m the fucking Grand-daddy. And

    ddon’t you forget,,,, Tit….. ”

    “великий папа. Look ! Look ! Soon we will be victorious !

    Like

  52. 152
    The Militwits says:

    Do the Militwits keep budgies.

    Like

    • 155
      PD77 says:

      Might explain the little white patches on top of the Milltwits heads, but I don’t think so.

      He’ll probably claim that the Tories have trained Pigeons to dive bomb their heads just to make them look stupid!

      Like

  53. 156
    Lard Prescott says:

    I suffers from Bullmania.

    Like

    • 216
      nell says:

      What old prezza really suffers from is undisciplined greed, whether that be food, women or money.

      He’s completely undiscerning.

      He just has to grab everything that comes within his grasp.

      He has no understanding of quality over quantity.

      Like

      • 257
        Anonymous says:

        He is a greedy c unt , the polar opposite of what his professed beliefs stand for. Utter c unt of man.

        Like

  54. 162
    Gordon Brown says:

    Has that bitch woman sold more books than me? It’s all lies! I was shit and she hates me.

    Like

  55. 163
    Victoria Sponge :Φ{ says:

    Check the pic! Ed looks evil in a very campish way.

    Like

  56. 167
    nell says:

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/politics/david-cameron/8371766/Ed-Miliband-fails-to-knife-William-Hague.html

    I see poor militwit had another bad pmq’s.

    He attacks hague and cameron retaliates “there’s only one person around here I can remember knifing a foreign secretary and I think I’m looking at him” !!

    I feel rather sorry for him . His older brother is ignoring him and I’ll bet his mother’s not far behind. And to add insult to injury he’s failing to perform even moderately well as leader.

    Strikes me that what he’s done is inherited gordon’s poisoned chalice.

    davemilitwit is waiting in the wings.

    Like

    • 177
      A N Allyretentive says:

      You must be worried to keep wittering on about them.

      Like

      • 191
        nell says:

        Worried?!!

        Good lord child I’m entertained !!

        Especially by militwits silly antics with the unions.

        He’s going to find that his pact with the unions is as embarrassing to labour as the london school of useful idiots pact with gad afi and his mur dering son is proving to be to them!

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        • 214
          Shindig says:

          You’re idea of entertainment is to watch the Milliband’s every move?
          Thank fuck i never spend Sat*rday night round your gaff.

          Like

          • nell says:

            That’s interesting. Do you think that the word ‘saturday’ is being modded?!

            As for watching the militwit’s every move. Pff! couldn’t be bothered they’re too pathetic!!

            I think at the moment the political watch is on davidlaws and how cameron might bring him back.

            Is he going to be the next Foreign Secretary?

            Like

          • Shindig says:

            Incisive deduction as ever jgm2.
            When in doubt, always lead with an accusation of party favour.
            What else would we expect from you?

            Like

  57. 171
    streamfisher says:

    A downward spiral of disastrous succession… Blair-Brown-Milliband

    Like

  58. 172
    Sarah Beard's sales says:

    Current Amazon sales rank: 69
    :-D :-D :-D

    Like

    • 173
      Sarah Beard's sales says:

      And the paid lackeys have started planting their glowing reviews online. The human being bit will have you in hysterics.

      This is a good read. Good to hear that Gordon Brown was a human being after all. Sarah Brown tells a different sort of story of power from the usual diaries of big people when they have left number ten. She obviously used the role for political ends but through charity campaigning rather than pushing her way into being an additional Minister. It is a pity the book is not in more formats, particularly large print and audio book which would enable more of the people she campaigns for to read it. Perhaps that will be the next stage?

      Like

      • 174
        Sarah Beard's sales says:

        This one is rather more insightful, though ends with the absurd belief that Mrs Beard is actually standing by “her man”. Very naive.

        A sad tale, really. Both Sarah and Gordon are fascinated by show business celebrities, pop singers and such like. It makes it a rather bizarre read. But she stands by her man, and that’s something.

        Like

      • 180
        streamfisher says:

        Big people?, was that review written by a 7 year old.

        Like

    • 175
      streamfisher says:

      It would have to be a 69, LOL.

      Like

    • 176
      Eeu to me says:

      £9.99p W.H.Smith, I was trying to figure if that was her new book, looks like next stop is the waste paper mill, I doubt even Poundland would make any money on it.

      Like

      • 181
        Max Clifford says:

        But meanwhile, it gets lots of publicity on here.
        Ever think you’re playing right into their overblown egos?

        Like

        • 186
          streamfisher says:

          About as much publicity as guidos site ads which everybody blocks.

          Like

        • 192
          streamfisher says:

          Now you are playing into their own hands + another one.

          Like

        • 193
          Sarah Beard's sales says:

          But we’re not the types to buy it, just take the piss out of it.

          Like

          • Max Clifford says:

            Like he takes the piss out of us by pocketing his salary while he sits at home scibbling shit.
            And what does the government do about it?

            Like

          • nell says:

            he’s an ex pm. Their rights to majorly trough and do sod all of any value , as bliar is proving, is written in blood several hundred years deep.

            Nobody can touch either bliar or brown as they continue to live, royally, off the taxpayers teat!

            Like

          • You can't go wrong with the two and a half party system. It's got us where we are today says:

            So, What’s the government going to do about it?

            Like

    • 187
      nell says:

      Price on amazon tonight £7.69 and falling.

      At least she’s avoided the humiliation that gordon faced with his book that amazon threw into their bargain basement days after it was published.

      Like

    • 243
      Gordon says:

      That Bigoted woman has sold more books in her first week than I have in six months.

      Like

  59. 196
    The Labour Party says:

    Why do you hate us? After all we’ve done for you. We gave you child tax credits. And… we gave you child tax credits. And…um…look, a baby eating Tory!

    Like

  60. 197
    David Miliband says:

    Ed’s a lightweight.

    Like

  61. 200
    Gordon Brown says:

    Am I still Prime Minister? They won’t tell me here.

    Like

  62. 203
    Somewhere in a galaxy far, far away says:

    I’m going to give the British people a referendum on EU membership, deport every migrant guilty of a criminal offence, halve the pay of every public sector employee earning over £100,000, force every MP, past and present, to hand over all profits made on the second homes scam, scrap the census and all other intrusive snooping by the state, deploy UK forces in areas of UK tied interests only, and i’ve only just got started.

    Statement by the Prime Minister.

    Like

    • 228
      Eeu to me says:

      Inspector Gadget and his friends are just discussing this little trifle of pay cuts and are most displeased that they are going to be part of it, and I really don’t give a toss, what goes around is now coming around.

      Like

      • 259
        AC1 says:

        police are retiring aged 48 (18+30yrs employment)! taking the piss.

        Like

        • 265
          Anonymous says:

          Ac1 you’ve never so much as seen an angry man, never mind put yourself in the way of 30 years of shit. Also they can retire earlier because they pay 15% superannuation which is twice as much as most others.
          You are clearly just an ignorant tit.

          Like

          • Anonymous says:

            Nobody said it was shit you arsehole, just giving you the facts., Stick to being a full time prick, Im sure the pays good.

            Like

    • 261
      Anonymous says:

      So if you earn £110,000 your salary will be reduced to £55,000 but if you earn £90,000 your salary will be unaffected.
      Are you sure you have thought this through?

      Like

      • 267
        Somewhere in a galaxy far, far away says:

        Tomorrow’s another day, and as i said, i’ve only just got started.
        Fancy boarding that intergalactic shuttle?

        Like

  63. 204
    nell says:

    Sorry just have to go off topic here.

    Gold selling at $1444 an ounce .

    Remind me again what did balls tell gordon to sell our gold at?!

    Like

    • 260
      Anonymous says:

      At the point when Brown had spent all money and required a new source of income for his crack addict like spending. That point.

      Like

    • 262
      Southern Softy says:

      He also advised the potential buyers when he would be selling the gold.
      This gave ample time for the price to reduce before the sale, thus ensuring mininum return for the tax payer and maximum profit for the buyers.
      Just to compound the felony, he then bought euros.
      Have we still got the euros ar did we manage to sell them without too much loss.

      Like

    • 326
      Southern Softy says:

      Balls told him to sell the gold.
      El Gordo advertised that he would sell.
      The price went down, expecting a flooded market.
      El Gordo sold at rock bottom.
      He then bought EU currency with the meagre returns.
      Do we still hold the currency he bought, or were we able to offload it before the currency crisis?
      Brown and Balls – Economists? – do us a favour.

      Like

  64. 205
    Irf man says:

    Keep an eye on How Davidmili uses a psychosis patient from Manchester for his M4C. Delusion works for his favour.

    Like

  65. 209
    You can't go wrong with the two and a half party system. It's got us where we are today says:

    If the brothers are the only viable opposition, what does that say about the state of the nation?

    Like

    • 212
      nell says:

      You think the militwits are a viable opposition?

      What planet are you on?

      I wish I could say UKIP was a viable opposition but I know it isn’t. At least not yet.

      I was listening to farage on the radio today. He’s amusing, entertaining and very must to the point.

      I’m just not sure what he needs to do to win a few seats.

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      • 219
        You can't go wrong with the two and a half party system. It's got us where we are today says:

        if the Lib Dems commit mass suicide, as is a real possibility, the planet i’m on would find Ed Milliband as the next Prime Minister.
        In some ways it would almost be worth it to see you wet ‘em.

        Like

        • 223
          nell says:

          militwit as the next pm??!

          **LOL**

          ++++Laugh++++

          Sorry have to Chuckle .

          That is Sooo Funny!!

          Like

          • You can't go wrong with the two and a half party system. It's got us where we are today says:

            But unfortunately, us prisoners of party mongs like you saw through the joke long ago.

            Like

          • nell says:

            You’re not a party mong wanting militwit to be pm then?

            Like

          • nell says:

            Sorry ‘mryoucan’tgowrong..’at 9.41

            Just read exactly what you said.

            How can you feel a prisoner of any party?

            What’s wrong with your free will?!

            Go support something that you believe in and learn to have a little fun.

            Life is nothing if you can’t laugh!

            Like

          • chuckle nuts says:

            How about Sarah Palin for President and see you both wet ‘em? I’d pay good money to see that.

            Like

          • nell says:

            Talking of war crimes let’s look at bob crowe’s pal gad afi and his son saif and their massacre of their own people.

            labour and the lse, you supporters of these evil people. !!I hope you are watching now because you are responsible for this evil family thinking they can murder thousands of their own people with impunity.

            After all the lse (including labour lords), bliar, mandy and brown are their personal pals!!

            gad afi and saif et al still think they are immune from international opinion because of these links!!!

            Like

          • Anonymous says:

            Palin for El Presidente!

            Like

          • Somewhere in a galaxy far, far away says:

            But when the mad mullahs strike back, it’ll probably be your child losing arms and legs.
            You’re what they call a soft target, unprotected by security cordons like those who voted for war in someone elses back yard.

            Like

  66. 218
    smoggie says:

    What is Dave’s problem with his brother? Did he expect him to back down because he would not have won in a fair fight? Did they have a Blair/Brown secret deal which Ed reneged on?

    Or is Dave just a very bad loser?

    Like

  67. 220
    Edward the Militwit says:

    Studenths, unionth minions andth sheepthle. Bruceth Forthsythe will one day be dead. You are Labourths New Generationths.

    Like

  68. 245
    Gordon Brown says:

    You ain’t seen me, right.

    Like

  69. 246
    William Hague says:

    Forget that lightweight David Cameron, i’m the come in man.

    Like

  70. 249
    Gordon Brown's sales says:

    I think it’s obvious that the low sales figures for Brown’s book were simply down to the cost of a hardback, and legions of people have been waiting for the paperback to become available.

    Which is why pre-orders for the paperback on Amazon rank at…
    1,154,004

    :-D :-D :-D :-D :-D :-D :-D :-D :-D :-D :-D :-D :-D :-D :-D :-D :-D :-D :-D :-D :-D

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  71. 251
    nell says:

    So bob crowe’s friend gad afi is now annihilating his own people as they try and bring his crushing rule down.

    It so exposes british unions for what they are doesn’t it??!!

    Like

    • 253
      That's News says:

      >“David, I love you so much as a brother…” But I love the opportunity to lead the Labour Party even more. So long… sucker!”

      Like

  72. 254
    QWERTY says:

    I loved Camperon’s put down of Red Ed over his bother “stabbing him in the back” did you see Red Ed’s eyes? Fucking funny as hell.

    Like

  73. 264
    Anarchy in the UK says:

    You can get up in the morning, toddle off to the petrol station and blow tomorrow’s earnings on spiritual intake, graft all day to keep politicians, both local and national in clover, and then rush home at the end of the day to fill in the census.
    Or you can say No.

    http://nominedeus.wordpress.com/2011/03/07/and-the-sun-shines-in-maybe/

    Like

    • 278
      jgm2 says:

      Evening stalker

      Like

    • 284
      It's that youtube mong again says:

      Notice how your posts get deleted almost as soon as they appear? It’s as if Gudio himself is sick of you too. Far too many lickspittles and winkies I’m afraid.

      Like

  74. 271
    nell says:

    Interesting that militwit’s protestations about his ‘love for his brother’ that he has politically stabbed in the back echo rather hollowly like gad afi’s protestations that he ‘loves his people” whilst he is annihilating them… men, women and children in their own homes!

    Remind me again. What is militwit saying about gad afi and his son?

    Waiting!…… Listening!……………..

    Nothing happening yet is there??!

    Like

  75. 273
    Anonymous says:

    WTF does he know, the fucking twat? The BBC is doomed, anybody with half a brain can see that. Shame you don’t even have half a brain, dickwad.

    Like

  76. 274
    It's that youtube mong again says:

    Don’t worry. jgm2, it’s the nutter who calls everyone tory lickspittles and if you point it out, he responds with an insane stream of “yap” and “winkie”. He’s clearly a very lonely and sick man.

    Like

  77. 279
    Somewhere in a galaxy far, far away says:

    And they call the Arabs backward?

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2011/mar/09/bbc-staff-arrest-torture-libya

    Like

    • 287
      Abdul says:

      No, infidel! We are not backwards! We are followers of the peedo profit who nonced the 9 years old with his holy johnson!

      Like

    • 288
      About the arabic accent says:

      Like

    • 289
      Splooosh says:

      Funny how your posts get deleted as soon as they appear. Even the mod is sick of you. :-D

      Like

    • 295
      Splooosh says:

      Winkie!

      Like

    • 296
      ROFL!! says:

      Mr Cameron stressed that he supported the BBC

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

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

      “I’m probably the most pro-BBC Conservative leader there’s ever been!”

      “I would never do anything to put the BBC at risk”.

      Like

      • 298
        It's that youtube mong again says:

        Sploooopsh!

        Like

      • 315
        tell it like it really is says:

        Have just read that the labour lot are demanding Patten renounces membership of conservative party plus resigns other various interests before he is allowed to become head of bbc. UNF*****G believable, remember dyke giving £55,000 to labour and supporting blair whilst on the bbc gravy train.

        Like

  78. 281
    jgm2 says:

    Hello again stalker. You sound rattled.

    Like

  79. 285
    It's that youtube mong again says:

    Splooootsh.

    Like

  80. 291
    Dave "doing the lambeth walk" Cameron says:

    I think a no fly zone covering William’s crotch should stop any unpleasantness.

    Like

  81. 292
    Splooosh says:

    Winkie

    Like

  82. 293
    smoggie says:

    Do you think Dave is so unspeakably shit in PMQ on purpose or is he really that bad?

    I mean Cameron persistently failed to bury the Maximum Imbecile even after he’d completely fucked the UK economy with his incompetence. Which is why he cant’ even beat young Ned week in, week out.

    Dave can’t really be such a tongue-tied fuckwit can he?

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  83. 301
    Dave "doing the lambeth walk" Cameron says:

    First thing tomorrow, i’m going to stop Gordon Brown’s wages due to non attendance at his workplace.
    What kind of democracy would it be if we allowed such abuses?

    Like

  84. 302
    jgm2 says:

    My tongue is so far up Cameron’s arse it’s tickling his appendix.

    Like

  85. 304
    Christy says:

    At PMQ’s today you saw what a complete and utter plonker Millipede is,this guy stabbed bannana millipede in the back compliments of union wreckers.
    Brotherly love in politics don’t make me laugh,these power mad arseholes are like ferrets in a sack he tries to make capital on a dire situation in Libya which is killing innocent people just to try and get at Cameron,what a complete and utter disgrace this shallow man is.
    Whether he talks to his brother or not is irrelevant,could’nt care less if they want to fall out so be it,as regards the rest of us,there are much more important issues we need to address.
    It seems to me that as we have these more important issues to address that Liebour are intent on pursuing this stance of denial denial denial,do these deniers not understand that they and only they after some 13 years in government are the cause of what this country’s status has become,which is a haven of political correct,protect the scroungers,come down hard on any dissenters,and tell the hard working people of this country that all of this crap which is going on is in their best interests,what a load of bullshit.
    Make no mistake the people of this land will wake up and you politico’s better understand this,you are seeing right now in the middle east the stirrings of people power take heed it is coming here.

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    • 340
      Postlethwaite says:

      My youngest Son is studying Modern studies as one of his subjects.
      He said to me yesterday,
      ”Dad the conservatives are not getting their message across are they? All I hear is that there is no need for these cuts”.
      Cant say I disagree . . .

      Like

      • 348
        Teddy Edward says:

        my girlfriends 17 son was almost in tears as he told me of the local youth worker who has lost his jobs because of the cuts, he said such schemes were worth spending the money on

        The young man works for me, so from today I am reducing his wage to the minimum wage and i am giving the difference to that very youth project to top up their funding, so they can all have a mcdonalds meal once a week.

        Like

  86. 307
    Anonymous says:

    Just watched the news and some Libyan rebels were shouting “Allah al akbar”. News persons translated it as “Onward to victory”. Righhhhhtt…

    Like

  87. 311
    Cameron loses the plot. says:

    Is Cameron a loon or something?

    Why did he say he takes full responsibility for Libya?

    FFS he is supposed to be running the UK not some failed North African state.

    Like

    • 329
      Tessa Tickles says:

      Judging from our streets, Britain is a failed North African state.

      Like

      • 342
        Postlethwaite says:

        Judging from the EUSSR enlargement, north africa along with afghanistan India, Pakistan and Iraq are all part of europe. Even Pakistan was renamed Leicester recently.

        Like

    • 333
      Dolly says:

      Cameron is only playing at politics, it’s a nice hobby for him, and maybe he can set himself up as a world consultant, just like his master, Blair, and make his fortune even bigger, while the UK goes further down the crapper!!

      Like

  88. 312
    Silvio's harem says:

    What are we going to do about the Barclays? Andrew might be a bit of a twat, but he did actually fly a helicopter in the Falklands, and by all accounts did it well. These wierd, homosexual incestuous freaks are obviously attempting to bring down the royals (beng utterly deluded, like all psychologically ill people). We really should get rid of them, by whatever means necessary.

    Like

    • 318
      Vermin in Ermine says:

      We don’t need to bring down the royals.
      They’re doing a fine job of it all by themselves.

      Like

  89. 314
    William "Special needs air service" Hague says:

    Smoke me a kipper, i’m going in!

    Like

  90. 320
    Sir Robin Wales says:

    All public sector workers will have to pay more to fund their pensions.
    Except for senior executives who walk away with gold plated handshakes of course.
    That’s fair!

    Like

  91. 321
    Youtube mong loves Liebore says:

    Yap!

    Like

  92. 322
    Anonymous says:

    Oh dear…

    Gaddafi’s troops beats up BBC reporters…

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-africa-12695077

    Like

  93. 328
  94. 331
    QWERTY says:

    Can you imagine just hoe jealous those big butch men at the BBC are knowing that some of their colleagues were locked up in a prison full of hot smelly Muslim men in Libya having their genitals electrocuted?

    You can pay a fortune for that in an Islington dungeon.

    Expect to see hundreds of beeboids heading out to Libya armed with plenty of lube and condoms this week.

    Like

  95. 334
    QWERTY says:

    I want to see Gaddafi knee Jeremy Bowen in the bollocks. Nice to see Gaddafi knows the BBC is full of c u n t z.

    Like

  96. 336
    Sludge Pump says:

    O/T Isn’t it about time that the central government used their publicity machine to explode the goings on in local councils cutting budgets just to hide their own deficits and for political reasons. While the public are made to suffer, especially the sick and needy. Come on Cameron get a grip and stop hiding behind the freedom of the council’s argument!!

    Like

  97. 337
    Libyan thug forces says:

    We beats the BBC team because our glorious Colonel is most unhappy at the way Eastenders has handled the baby swap storylines! Death to Ian Beale!

    Like

  98. 341
    Barry Normal says:

    It must be horror week. I’ve woken up but the nightmare image is still there. at the top of the page. Another ruined breakfast.

    Like

  99. 345
    Really!!!!!!! says:

    ….and this matters why??????

    Like

  100. 346
    The last quango in paris says:

    How can it be? Ed threw David’s life off course and now David has to look at the party he loves been yet again led down the swanny! Let’s wait for ed to get married to really show this up

    Like

  101. 347
    Teddy Edward says:

    i was thinking the David & Edward story is a bit biblical, maybe the two donkeys on Noahs Ark

    Like

  102. 355
    Penfold says:

    But, which of the two will end up like Trotsky? Which is Stalin?

    Like

  103. 357

    They are nut crackers…..

    Like


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