March 28th, 2011

Ed Miliband’s Split Screen Speech Horror – Remixed


216 Comments

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

    I laughed when i heard he compared to the protest to the civil rights movment.

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      A Comedy of Errors says:

      The BBC ran with the split screen for a good two minutes, then realised what they were doing to their leader. Unfortunately when they just ran the single screen of the violence they made the serious error of using their leader’s speech as the soundtrack. Before resorting to their emergency operating procedures and cutting away to the studio.

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      • 5
        Mike Hunt says:

        Heads will roll for that.

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        • 14
          Loungelizard says:

          Nice working with professionals

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          • Grumpy Old Man says:

            Who is the unsung hero who by astute use of the Beeb’s technology revealed for all to see the frightfulness of Red Ed “Martin Luther King” Milliband and his Union bosses? He has done at least as much good as the valiant mole who released the Climategate emails to the world.

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      • 108
        misterned says:

        The are not the equivalent of the civil rights movement. The civil rights protesters, protested against abuses. These lefty bastards are protesting to get the government to keep stealing more and more of other people’s money just to feather-bed their parasitic nests!

        We have run out of money. Debt interest is exploding. There is NO money left and over-taxing certain corporations at a time in history when the world’s economies are struggling, and internationally, most governments are going to be fighting tooth and nail to make their countries attractive to foreign investment, is frankly INSANE!

        It is far too easy for these corporations to move to more business friendly countries. And when they do, they can dump their UK based employees, so that instead of the government getting the tax revenue from those employees, and a few million more from the corporation themselves, (if they have made profits) then the exchequer would get NOTHING, and instead be paying out benefits to those former employees in the private sector who will have lost their jobs. Jobs which do not have the protections of a cushy public sector job, nor the salary, nor the pension, nor the redundancy protection or the perks of not actually having to turn up to work that often!

        UK Uncut seem to want to screw all the private sector workers, so that they can have their own nests gold fucking plated!

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        • 144
          Anonymous says:

          I know of a husband and wife who are both employed in the public sector.

          They are horrified at the prospect of losing both jobs because they think the country owes them a living.

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          • ba says:

            It wan’t public sector workers that nearly bankrupted the country, but the criminal action of banks who used to be in the private sector, until a bailout of taxpayers money meant they are now as public owned as the NHS. The interest on all the toxic assets taken onto government balance sheets now threatens to sink us. Nothing to do with public sector workers, everything to do with corrupt financial interests and their lackeys in government.

            Guido likes to think he is some kind of capitalist tycoon, but neither he, nor anyone else who posts here falls into the top 1% of the super-rich who control 75% of the wealth, they are the only ones that benefit from your reactionary right-wing politics. Soon as people realize that its 99% who are being shafted by this 1% its game over, hence the divide and conquer strategy they employ so well.

            Miliband is a puppet, same as Cameron, the right-left paradigm is a trap to keep us going round in circles, the real elite funds both sides.

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          • Ungern Sternberg says:

            I know more than one state-funded penpusher who thinks the private sector owes them a living too. Public sector workers have now adopted the Toynbeean position of “You can’t make me redundant because there isn’t an identical post in the private sector I can just walk into” stance.

            I like to comfort them with assurances that private firms are crying out for religious equality officers, gypsy outreach workers and paper clip polishers.

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          • Sir Barrington Minge says:

            Surely you must mean Mr & Mrs Ball-Scooper those pillars of the Left.

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    • 7
      Ronnie Rocks says:

      I laughed when BBC were showing his speech, just as he was saying “we are the big society now” they were showing footage of the protesters kicking off against the police…

      You know Ed’s having a bad time, when even the BBC are against him.

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      • 16
        Cynical-old-bag says:

        We can only hope hat someone at the Beeb hates Red Ed enough to sabotage his speech.

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      • 23
        The March of the Troglodytes says:

        It all went down hill for “Mr Ed” after that………..plus of course his total stupidity in comparing the march of a minority group, public sector workers,into something akin to Mao’s Great March with elements of the suffragette,civil rights and Nelson Mandela’s March to Freedom…he totally lost any semblance of reality after that…he needs to sack his speech writer unless of course he asked brother David for pointers as he did with his Libyan speech and brother stitched him up like a kipper whilst watching at home on the telly pissing himself with laughter at his little brothers car crash “live”(for 5 minutes at any rate)on national networks

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      • 93
        smoggie says:

        The BBC have grown Balls.

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    • 25
      Ed MiniMandellaband says:

      I wath bwiwliant yeth I wath so!!

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    • 27
      Iloathlefties says:

      Who does Red Ed think got us into this mess? Talk about stupid!!

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      • 44
        Labour are either hypocrits or fools or both says:

        Who was one of McIdiot’s advisers when he was wrecking the UK Economy ? Who wrote the 2010 Labour Manifesto ? Who is unable to see the hypocrisy of Labour’s position on mhe deficit and the cuts and loss of jobs in the public sector they would have to take if they were in government Step forward… one Mr Edward Miliband

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      • 210
        Anonymous says:

        Read ba 4.41pm (reply to 144) if you really want to know.
        You are nobody, not one of them and not in it together.
        You’ve been flattered into believing that you are, in some way superior to those you despise.
        Fool, you post on here to feel important and part of something with Guido (May hits and advertising revenue be upon him), Billy et al.

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    • 179
      Bob says:

      Wasn’t Dave roundly criticised by the left for making a speech in Germany on multiculturalism the same day as the EDL marched in Luton, implying that he was inciting violence?

      Fackin’ hypocrites.

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    • 213
      mike says:

      The following is a good link about our last dear leader. It just shows what sort of person he is.

      http://www.arabianbusiness.com/gordon-brown-staff-in-standoff-on-ba-flight-from-abu-dhabi-390381.html

      Pass it onto Guido if possible as I don’t know how to contact him

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  2. 2
    Joss Taskin says:

    Is that a Liebour party training video with their Glorious Leader rallying his rioters and wreckers ??

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    • 208
      Anonymous says:

      The best bit about the lithping Ed Millipede video is that after the end, there’s a link to another Guy News story with the lovely Emily as anchor girl.

      Is she spoken for?

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  3. 3
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Very Good Guido, i liked it.

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      101 Damnations says:

      Seconded, (although adding a lithp to keefs Firethtater would have added to the chortle factor a tad).

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  4. 6
    Ex forces says:

    Faggot boy ‘anarchist’ on Radio 5 this morning said that violence is the only way, so looks like I’m going to have to round up some mates to give these little fags a good slap.

    A weekend in Brighton beating up lefty trash, sounds like good fun.

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    • 17
      Claire Solomon's anus says:

      And gays

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      • 45
        Anonymous says:

        Mmm! ex forces I bet they were glad to see the back of you. Being gay doesn’t make you a senseless moron like the rioters. It also doesn’t deserve the comments you made. To use a crap phrase ” disgrace to the uniform.” they didn’t deserve you.

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        • 63
          Anonymous says:

          Sorry I hate people who hide behind a fake names. Arrg anonymous where dis that come from. Should be Chris Hoult. I’m proud to be British despite those that claim to speak for me !

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        • 86
          Panic Wildly and Run Away says:

          Umm…actually if you read their comment again, Ex forces didn’t say anything about bashing gays. It was infact Claire Solomon’s anus that put that little gem forward.

          Please try again

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          • misterned says:

            Ex Forces wrote,

            “so looks like I’m going to have to round up some mates to give these little fags a good slap.”

            If that is not advocating beating up gays, I do not know what is.

            So why does he need to round up some mates? Is he dmitting that he is too pussy to manage it himself? Sounds like a coward to me.

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      • 67
        Anonymous says:

        You would have thought gay people would be more inclined to be in favour of cuts as all the welfare spending just encourages feckless mothers to have feckless children who will grow up and beat them up. After all whilst “disgusted from Tunbridge Wells” may moan about some of the gay behaviour on TV we all know he was a closet gay at school and will live and let live. It is the welfare yobs who will threaten the life of the gay man. Aren’t most gays Tory voters anyway?

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        • 100
          smoggie says:

          They are mostly tories but are more inclined to profess their sexuality than their politics.

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      • 104
        QWERTY says:

        Is there anything wrong with slapping a few leftie scumbags around?

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      • 215
        Anonymous says:

        Claire Solomon’s anus says:
        March 28, 2011 at 2:35 pm
        And gays

        You will be there for weeks theres thousands

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  5. 8
    Anonymous says:

    Hoisted by his own petard.

    I love it.

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  6. 9
    I'm such a cunt even my parents hated me, Nicky of Campbell says:

    Oi that’s racialistical that is, English filth

    Up Milliband! Up Labour! Up Blair! Up Brown, Up Balls! Up Scotland!

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  7. 10
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Maybe the next time the lefties decide to have a right tear up at thier protest , The pigs should use “Mad dogs ” way of dealing with em?

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      Usually Correct says:

      Quite frankly I don’t have any sympathy for any of the sides.
      The Plod/state, Protesters and big business can all maul each other to bits for all I care.
      In fact I wish they would.

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    Righty Right Wing (Mrs) says:

    As a gesture to UKUncut & to our “beleagured” public services I would like to ask Ed & David Miliband to hand over the Inheritance Tax they avoided on their communist Professor Fathers home when he snuffed it.

    Every little helps.

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  9. 12
    Mr No Name says:

    Love the Nike tick on the balaclava of that socialist.

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  10. 15
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    What would Peepa the pig do?

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  11. 18
    Whizz Bang!! says:

    There was a trial of football hooligans which concluded last week in which people were sent to prison for 3 years for holding traffic cones and gesturing wildly in the street – why? A conspiracy charge was added, will these people get the same treatment?

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  12. 19
    The Guardian says:

    GdnPolitics Behind police lines at the March for the Alternative protest against government spending cuts (video) http://t.co/yaPmuR8
    2 minutes ago · reply

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  13. 20
    sockpuppet #4 says:

    I’m glad to say I missed all the news over the weekend. And I am not going to click on that right now to catch up thankyouverymuch.

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    • 157
      Tessa Tickles says:

      The highlight of the weekend’s news was Cambridge losing the boat race.

      In your face, Cambridge! IN.. YOUR.. FACE! Ha.

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  14. 21
    Victoria Sponge says:

    It is horrific to watch the horrors of the previous government’s economic mismanagement unfold before our very eyes. These thugs are a product of the last government. The Labour Party should hang its head in shame. :(

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    • 22
      Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

      and pay the clear up costs.

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    • 166
      ed milligordo the great reverse midas universe brain says:

      just hang would be better

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    • 205
      Voting UKIP next time says:

      No! They are a product of Sussex University Marxist teacher training education and influence, which is still continuing. Comprehensive education has been and is a hugely expensive disaster which has lowered educational, moral and personal standards, decreased social mobility and inculcated an “It’s my right” mentality amongst many millions of people to the detriment of everyone.

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  15. 28
    Engineer says:

    RedEd is in a bit of a cleft stick, here. If he condemns the marching (which I suspect he’d like to do, because he knows full well that the silent majority don’t really support most of the marchers’ aims), he’ll upset his paymasters in the unions. So he has to do his fire-and-brimstone speech thing, knowing that the voters will associate him with the more violent end of the protests. Same thing happened to Kinnock in the ’80s.

    Ed’s only hope is that the next election is so far away that everyone will have forgotten by then. He also has to hope that he hasn’t been ‘promoted’ out of the leadership by then.

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  16. 29
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Right , This has to be given Order of OTT, If i right, There is only 3% between coalition plan and labours plan , i mean come on for fucks sake, Grow the fuck up.

    Liberate the English taxpayer from the unions , Maggie done it before.

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    • 42
      Engineer says:

      Red Ed and the unions are demanding an Alternative. The only problem is, they’re not sure what alternative there is.

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      • 50
        Labour leadership are hoping that they don't have to govern anytime soon says:

        They ought to be put in charge for 6 months…the resultant car crash would dwarf Ireland,Greece,Portugal and Spain by some way….they simply have no policy on how to deal with the deficit that is credible

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        • 91
          Mike Hunt says:

          But Miss, those evil baby eating Tories are in power, it’s our turn again.

          It’s not fair (blub blub etc)

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      • 82
        Anonymous says:

        There is an alternative. Just keep spending money until the whole country ends up at the bottom of the rabbit hole. Then when it all ends in a complete fuckin mess Ed will blame the banks, blame the IMF and of course blame Mrs Fatcha. It’s that fuckin easy for a Labour PM. Christ Mrs T has ten times more bile poured over her than Brown and he led the country into the biggest financial disaster in over 100 years.

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        • 152
          BBC says:

          Yeah but we don’t want to see it like that.

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        • 192
          Ed Balls says:

          It’s going too far too fast. Too far too fast. Irresponsible Tories, same old Tories. Deficit reduction is not an economic strategy. Rinse and repeat.

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    • 54
      Righty Right Wing (Mrs) says:

      * Applause *

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  17. 30
    SocialGhism says:

    EM is a fucking twat.

    Half arsed amateur politician with no idea what he’s doing. Not a good move pitching yourself as the voice of students and anarchists for cheap publicity!

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  18. 31
    Wisdom of Crowds. says:

    149 people charged for their part in the riot. A terrible waste of resources. Do these idiots never consider Labour’s role in this economic mess?

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    • 39
      Engineer says:

      The understanding of any political concept or reality is probably beyond most of them. They just see an opportunity for mayhem and violent excess and tag along.

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    • 62
      Cynical-old-bag says:

      The short answer to that is No.

      They can’t see further then the end of their noses.

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    • 87
      Gordon Brown says:

      Labour have no role in this economic mess. I think you will find unemployment was falling, inflation was under control and the economy growing when I left office. I am the greatest Prime Minister this country has ever had.

      Now get off of my seat, I have a long flight ahead of me.

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      • 90
        Cynical-old-bag says:

        Two words, Gordon – and the last one is “off”.

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        • 106
          Gordon Brown says:

          No you get off. It’s my seat. You paid for it, now if you would just move back to economy with all the little people that will be fine.

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  19. 32
    Ed MiniMandellaband says:

    I’m a thampagne thothialitht but I’d like to twy a Molotov Cocktail, do you put ithe in it?

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  20. 33
    Anonymous says:

    Red Ed has truly blown it-having anything to do with this demo.

    The difficulties the UK is in are a time for grown ups. Can anyone seriously belive the elder brother would have done this?

    Ed is lackiing in any real brains. He was partof the triumvirate who got us into his financial mess.

    We must never let voting public forget that.

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    • 89
      Gordon Brown says:

      I always followed my Golden Rules. I said I would never run a deficit of more than 3% of GDP in good times and bad. I said I had abolished boom and bust. I said and I meant it.

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  21. 35
    Mornington Crescent says:

    We could also add a clip of Unite slobs voting yet again to bring down BA and to wreck the travel plans of thousands of people.

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  22. 36
    DRM says:

    Hope somebody paid The Prodigy for the sound track.

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  23. 37
    Guido know´s my ISP says:

    That´s not pigeon-shit on his head, that´s crow-shit and he´s also got a crow in his nose

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  24. 38
    Amfortas says:

    Of course the Suffragettes would have won the right to vote in 1910 if they had accepted the same property rules as applied to men, but the Left-wing objected. They thought property-owning women (there were lots) would vote Tory. As it is they had to wait ’til 1918 to vote at 30 and again ’til 1928 for a vote at 21. So men had an advantage over women for a full ten years.

    But since the introduction of pensions, men have retired at 65 and women at 60, so women have had the advantage over men for SEVENTY years. And they live 5 years longer too with pensions paid by ….men, of course, as we are told all the time that men get paid more, so they are in a higher tax bracket and pay more tax.

    Eeekwaliteeee

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  25. 40
    Big Al says:

    According to the TUCs own figures, over 61,588,154 UK citizens did not attend Saturdays march in London. Not sure I heard that figure on the BBC either.

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    • 84
      The BBC is ecstasies of joy as the masses march(er strike that the minority march) says:

      It was a “seminal” moment apparently……i.e. watching a load of interested minority groups moaning about them not being allowed to spunk anymore of the taxpayer’s money up the wall

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  26. 41
    Fuck Ed & Dick Ed says:

    We have the alternative, spend, spend, spend, borrow, borrow, borrow our way to a more prosperous future!!

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  27. 43
    Anonymous says:

    One things for sure, Prodigy he ain’t.

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  28. 46
    Catflap says:

    The suffragets,the civil rights movement in America,the one million anti war demonstrators in London…..oops

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    • 75
      Anonymous says:

      Yes, neatly skirted around by all concerned in the media, over 1 million turned out to protest against Blairs war in Iraq, not that you would have noticed by the coverage it got at the time, but then they did not go about smashing the high street up and the BBC had decided it was off-message.

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    • 170
      Midsomer Woman says:

      Did he mention the Countryside Alliance?

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  29. 47
    More Balls says:

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  30. 49
    Bob Crow says:

    Issall Fatcher’s fawt. Blame ‘er.

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  31. 53
    Mehdi Hasan says:

    what, what are you looking at??

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  32. 58
    Steve Miliband says:

    Looks like 5 year old’s made the banners on the stage

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  33. 65
    Anonymous says:

    What happened to I have a dweme, ich bein ein Berliner the Tolpuddle marytrs and the siege of Sidney Street?

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  34. 70
    Martin Day says:

    Boris Johnson: ‘TUC should help pay to clear up damage after cuts demo’

    Boris out,Ken In !

    END OF.

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    • 73
      Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

      that should give Bories a poll boost then.

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    • 76
      Engineer says:

      Spot on, Boris.

      Martin Day out. End of.

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    • 83
      Anonymous says:

      Quite right Boris, 200 hours community service for the lot of them, you smashed it up so you clear it up, sounds perfectly reasonable to me.

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    • 107
      smoggie says:

      London council taxpayers will have to cough up.

      When I lived down there and used to see the coachloads of oiks coming down the Kilburn High Road for their day of fun I used to think , why the fuck don’t you go and demonstrate in Birmingham, or Bradford or anywhere else but here?

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  35. 71
    The Miliwatts - shit stirring since 1919 says:

    Pity Polish patriots didn’t capture grand daddy Miliwatt after WW1.

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  36. 74
    Mehdi Hasan says:

    boris johnson is a disgusting man and should be ashamed.

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    • 94
      Cynical-old-bag says:

      ……Sorry? And you are?

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    • 97
      The Bottle Fed Triplet says:

      Sorry, Mehdi, he may be what you call ‘a disgusting man’ but he is a democratically elected ‘disgusting man’. You’ll have to wait until the next election to show your disapproval.

      Anyway, most politicians have had a ‘shame’ bypass.

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    • 115
      Ken says:

      boris johnson is a shamed man who should be disgusting.

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    • 198
      Eds speech wrotter says:

      Ed – i’m mandela – is a weally nice man and just a little bit disgusting, but he’s working hard on being more disgusting.

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  37. 78
    Steve Miliband says:

    By Jove I think she’s cracked it!

    Harpie was on Daily Politics and she finally admitted how Labour would have halved the deficit in 4 years: ‘Consolidated Backroom Functions’

    Gutless Labour just stonewall questions about their alternative; this is the first time I’ve heard one say anything other than half in 4 years!

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    • 92
      This is the BBC isn't it ?...you're NOT supposed to ask we Labour Politicians difficult questions says:

      Obviously a slip from Harperson as she faced a blitz of “Answer the Question will you ?” rom Ms Anand who was in belligerent mode having just been given the assignment of interviewing Pervez Musharraf and stll thought she was interviewing him hence her brusque manner …”You haven’t answered my question!” she said three times to Hattie who was non-plussed to be having to actually answer a question on what she thought was a Labour-friendly BBC politics show and was at a loss when her “bullshitting” didn’t seem to work.No worries though “Hattie” will be be back to obfustication and avoidance tactics soon and Ms Anand will be spoken to and told to get back on message by tomorrow’s show

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    • 102
      Mornington Crescent says:

      I’ll consolidate her backroom functions, by placing my size 9 boot up it with considerable force.

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    • 173
      Midsomer Man says:

      It’s good to know that Harpie is admitting Labour pissed away £80 billion a year in inefficient “back office functions.” Looks like councils will need to cut way back in “nappy coordinators” and may even have to share “street football coordinators” between councils. Obviously due to the climate crisis there will be no opportunity to cut back on “climate change officers,” so they will just need to cut back the less important things like care for the severely disabled.

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    • 194
      Jack Off Dromey says:

      I”l be consolidating your backroom function again tonight Hattie. Bring the vas and rope.

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  38. 79
    Polly Toynbee says:

    This site wants a final solution for the unions.

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    • 105
      The Bottle Fed Triplet says:

      No Polly, the workers (you remeber them, the little people who have to “work” for a living) want their union leaders to look after the members’ interests not go off on a highly paid ideological ego trip.

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  39. 81
    Brookey1940 says:

    I see Hatefull Harriet was on the DP waffling like mad to avoid answering the question “What would Labour offer instead of cuts”

    If they have all the answers why did they not put them to the Country, so that we could all vote them in, at the last election

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    Tapestry says:

    You don’t understand what you are watching. Cameron has come up with the goods as regards supporting the OWG war in Libya. He is now seen as a valuable property, where once he was seen as a risky bet, as he kept talking about referendums on EU issues, which went down like a lead balloon with the OWG.

    But just at the moment the OWG decide they like Cameron, and would prefer to keep him on as the next Blair, his electoral position looks increasingly dodgy. The Lib Dems have collapsed, while Conservative voters are bailing out to UKIP in greater and greater numbers in response to the Cameron sell-out.

    Miliband Ed is greatly the electoral beneficiary of this situation, and is receiving support across the left’s spectrum, and could well win an outright majority on the strength of it. Yet he is the Gordon Brown Spad who created the five economic tests that kept Britain out of the Euro. He is seen as the risky card by the OWG now.

    The OWG either need to fracture Labour’s support and whittle down their current lead, or they need to kick out Ed Miliband and have him replaced with safer OWG material such as his brother, who is waiting hungrily in the wings.

    The BBC are carrying out the ”çhop ed miliband” strategy on behalf of their masters. If Ed Miliband survives I would consider voting for him, and I’m a Conservative/UKIP end of the scale. At least that way Britain might survive as a nation. It is the BBC’s job to ensure that we don’t, which is what we are watching in this clip – a carefully choreographed drama designed to discredit him.

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    • 113
      Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

      So your a con/ukip but would vote for socailisim , Strange.

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      • 132
        Tapestry says:

        socialist versus conservative is a con. they are all socialist. the only difference I am looking for in a party standing for election is whether they will do battle to save Britain from inclusion in the United Nations Agenda 21, to which Cameron is entirely sold out.

        the fact that Ed Miliband is being targeted by the BBC for the ”treatment” is most reassuring. It suggests that he’s not selling out, just as he didn’t sell out over the Euro, despite Blair’s desperation to do so.

        UKIP is not going to get there in time. Miliband might. Let’s see. But let’s not celebrate the BBC using dirty tricks to diminish a political figure. They are the fifth column in our midst with the clearcut agenda to destroy our nation. Back Miliband, maybe but, as a minimum, don’t celebrate what Common Purpose and their ilk are doing to him.

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        • 206
          Cassandrina says:

          I would certainly agree that the Bolshevik Broadcasting Corporation is the fifth column in our country out to destroy what real values we have left, but the rest of your argument??????????

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    • 180
      Anonymous says:

      Think your threads have unravelled Tapestry.

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  41. 98
    Go Go says:

    Labour = Nazis

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    • 176
      Herman Goering says:

      Come, Come, we weren’t that bad. Where’s my lawyer? I’m suing for defamation.

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  42. 109
    Tapestry says:

    Who are the BBC’s masters? They are heavily penetrated by Common Purpose, who state that their mission is to recruit the leaders required for the future.

    The future of what exactly?

    In a nutshell, this.

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  43. 110
    Anonymous says:

    Been checking through the Youtube eye-witness accounts of (Supposed )Police brutality .

    Young lefties in tears as they are nicked ” But we have not done anything wrong” Even after they tried to stop the Police arrest a friend.

    Absolutely Hilarious.

    Anybody Read Penny Red at the New Statesman?
    The Gist – “It was the Police’s fault”
    Delusional stupid fuckin cow! Send her a fuckin bill.

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    • 177
      MIdsomer Man says:

      The police are New Labour puppets and always will be. Don’t be fooled.

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      • 212
        Anonymous says:

        Actually I am not… That is why I threw my helmet at a protestors leg whilst they were trying to escape – Tarquin so went down….

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  44. 112
    Polly Toynbee says:

    parp!

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  45. 116
    Mehdi Hasan says:

    we need to get these tories out ASAP!

    they’re wrecking our country.

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    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Leaked ECB report on Englands display at Cricket world cup.

    1: Cant bat

    2: Cant bowl

    3: Cant field

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      Cynical-old-bag says:

      Perhaps the cricket team should have a go at running the country and the MP’s should play cricket.

      Can’t be any worse than what we have already. :0)

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    • 131
      Gordon Brown says:

      I was still PM when they went on tour – and I wished them well

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      • 168
        Red Balls says:

        Not to worry, England will be back on top form at home on juicy spring wickets, playing in 15c against world class tourists who bat well on concrete, hooping the ball around and a little bit of Duckworth should favour the home side.

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    • 161
      Geoffrey Boycott's Mother says:

      But we did win the Ashes!

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  47. 120
    Auntie Flo' says:

    Milband should be charged for inciting violence for that speech.

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  48. 121
    Gordon Brown says:

    I’m still Labour leader and prime minister. I will make a statement about this to Larry the Cat at 2pm tomorrow.

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  49. 123
    Steve Miliband says:

    The Fuck up has really fucked up this time. Balls is now in A1 position to take over the Fuck up party

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  50. 124
    Larry The Cat says:

    If that tosspot Miliband ever makes it to Downing St, I’m outta here.

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    • 164
      Smokie says:

      How’s the rat reduction initiative going Larry?, looked like you were having some technical difficulties printing out your proposals for a Green paper on the subject, you could try going for an across the house consensus but that would inevitably lead to compromises and under EU law Ratus Ratus now has rights enshrined by the Geneva convention, suggest you stick for now to bumping off a few mice on the QT.
      Regards, Smokie

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  51. 126
    Anonymous says:

    Has Ed been nominated for an Oscar for his Kings Speech?

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  52. 128
    Terrible But True says:

    Don’t know whose shoulders Mr. Miliband thinks he was standing on, but if this is the best they can come up with they both could do with a wee while on the naughty step, sporting a dunce’s cap.

    And this… was the unifying national statesman a few days before ‘fearing’ the possibility of divisions being caused simply by across the board fiscal measures, whilst specifically creating divisions by mentioning professions and businesses that really should be targeted.

    Which, rather self-evidently, were. All aided an abetted by various factions of our politico-media estate who seem more bent on nihilistic self-destruction than anarchy.

    I just wish they would stop expecting me to be dragged down with them or, in one uniquely-funded instance, fund the PR.

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  53. 133
    YorkshireLad says:

    Where was Ed Ballsup on Saturday? Spending that £7,000 methinks

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  54. 134
    Anonymous says:

    So, there’s no truth in the rumour that some of the delinquent rioting mob were infiltrated by right wing agitators, who know how to deflect the media away from a peaceful march and how simple it is to lead a thick, brain dead labour minority to self-destruction? They just follow the teachings of Gordon the Great.

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  55. 136
    Red has a dilemma says:

    The government should put a very simple point to Labour. Miliband says the cuts policy should be changed because 250,000 marched on Sat. Cameron should remind him that 1 million marched against war and Labour ignored them. What’s Ed’s answer to that?

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    • 139
      Steve Miliband says:

      Bring back fox hunting

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    • 143
      Mornington Crescent says:

      400,000 marched from the countryside and Labour ignored them, too.

      Eye for an eye, tooth for a tooth. Surely Ed would understand that…?

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        Engineer says:

        Their stunts were classier as well – invaded the Chamber of the Commons during a debate, without damage to property.

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    • 147
      Cynical-old-bag says:

      Rioting only works when the rioters are in full support of the Labour party. The million plus demonstators who turned out sgsinst the Iraq war, were against the Labour party. That’s why it didn’t work.

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  56. 137
    Electro-Kevin says:

    So he was part of the government that left us with record debts.

    And now he’s a freedom fighter.

    Right.

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  57. 138
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    What are the latest polls ( after budget)?

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  58. 150
    Sham marriages are a problem in Britain says:

    Has anyone ever sent a tweet to Sarah Beard to ask about her special friend Gil McNeil? I’m sure she’d just ignore it and block the tweeter but at least it would let her know some of the public know about the charade.

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  59. 153
    Martin Day says:

    Downing Street has applied to hold a royal wedding street party, sparking speculation the Prime Minister,his wife and Guido Fawkes are planning an open-air bash.

    David Cameron and partner Sam are expected to attend the marriage ceremony of Prince William and Kate Middleton at Westminster Abbey and the reception at Buckingham Palace on April 29.

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    • 159
      Engineer says:

      ?

      It would be a bit odd if the serving Prime Minister didn’t attend the marriage of a direct heir to the throne.

      ….and at least they aren’t planning an open-air bath. RedEd would.

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  60. 156
    Mandy says:

    Seems like a nice boy to me…

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  61. 158
    genghiz the khan says:

    Notice that Red Ed not only lisps, but cannot pronounce his ‘t’s. He really is a stupid cun.

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    • 163
      Ed is a disaster for labour and a gift that just keeps giving for the Tories says:

      Just finished watching “Dave” make his statement on Libya and European Council Meeting this Saturday and Ed’s reply…Ed was toatlly useless..he’s a gift to Cameron and the Tories and then Ed’s brother David got to his feet to ask a question…the difference between him and his brother was astounding..in a few words he gave a tour de force of what a Leader of the Opposition should be….am I glad as a Tory Supporter that Labour was daft enough to pick brother Ed instead…brother David would give Cameron a run for his money at PMQs that’s for certain………

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        Sres says:

        Ed is a puppet to his masters, David wouldn’t have been such a pushover to do what the unions wanted.

        It’s not Coalition vs Labour, it’s Coalition vs Unions.

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  62. 182
    Dave H says:

    Ed Milliband is an immature politician, a boy puppet whose strings are being well and truly yanked by the unions and others within the Labour movement.

    However, do not make the mistake of thinking that Labour are equally naive. They have long been trying to and succeeding in returning Britain to socialism through the back door. For years an unspoken political game has been played out, except that neither of the main parties feel able or willing to spell it out to the British people.

    The Labour Party has destroyed this nation’s finances by throwing future generations’ money at the banks whilst failing to regulate properly when they were in power (regardless of what other parties were or were not suggesting). But their borrow-to-spend policy had been in full spate long before the financial meltdown occurred and I do recall the Tories warning for years that we were spending too much and not, to repeat that oft-used phrase, ‘fixing the roof as the sun was shining’.

    Who could forget Gordon Brown wafting around the world’s capitals in desperate search of solidarity and praise being upbraided by the Chilean PM whilst sharing the same dais, who used that exact same phrase. Why should others come to the rescue of a party, and a country, who so completely messed things up themselves?!

    As for the new Shadow Chancellor Ed Balls, who was deeply immersed in what went on at the Treasury for years, he now claims not to be able to give details of his own party’s deficit-reduction programme because, to quote him, “we are not the party in power and thus do not have access to the data that would enable us to provide such detailed figures for the general public”.

    This is the same man, and the same party, who were in power for a full 2 years from the time the financial crisis hit who DID have access to the figures. The same man and the same party who chose, in an act of wanton democratic vandalism and deceit, to defer the due Comprehensive Spending Review until after the 2010 general election in order that they could also claim in power that they did “not have access to the data and hence cannot give details of our own deficit-reduction plans”, amounting to 50% over a 5-year term in office.

    The truth is I suspect that Labour have no such plans to reduce the deficit by 50% in 5 years, or as Balls now argues, at a slower rate. The truth I suspect is that they believe now, as they always have done, that it is entirely legitimate to borrow to spend and run a permanently huge deficit. This is what destroyed the nations finances in the latter 20th century and brought Britain to its knees, together with the loss of income from the end of empire. I suspect that it is what Labour will continue to do when they return to power. That could be in as little as 4 years.

    This current Labour Party has to be the most dishonest, deceitful bunch of political opportunists Britain has seen in a century. There are serious issues that demand attention like avarice amongst the rich, the need to find ways to pro-actively promote wealth redistribution and let us not forget issues like Labour’s failure to successfully do much to tackle child poverty despite so many hundreds of £billions spent (and borrowed).

    A party that should attract my support, and has done in the past, can wait until Domesday for my vote while they continue to take the public for naive fools and treat them with such contempt. Many frankly are fools and will believe anything they want to. I will not, for I will not support such a dishonest bunch of deceivers, regardless of the consequences. To do so in my view would bring about disaster for Britain.

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    • 202
      Anonymous says:

      Bravo Sir!

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    • 203
      Crowman says:

      I gather you don’t have a high opinion of of my glove puppets.

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    • 207
      Cassandrina says:

      Bravo indeed.
      Unfortunately your true words and common sense do not seem to penetrate enough into our inner cities and northern reaches to cast these venal corrupt Labour politicians into the clink, or at least out of a job.

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  63. 184
    Down with Brown! says:

    Any more of this shit and I might change my name to Down with Red Ed!

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  64. 185
    DANGER says:

    All in the spirit of the suffragettes, whom Ed is so keen to claim for his own agenda. From Wikipedia:

    “In 1912 WSPU members adopted arson as another tactic to win the vote. After Prime Minister Asquith had visited the Theatre Royal in Dublin, suffragette activists Gladys Evans, Mary Leigh, Lizzie Baker and Mabel Capper of Oxford Street, Manchester attempted to cause an explosion using gunpowder and benzine which resulted in minimal damage. During the same evening Mary Leigh threw an axe at the carriage containing John Redmond, the Lord Mayor, and Prime Minister Asquith.[78] Over the next two years women set fire to a refreshments building in Regents Park, an orchid house at Kew Gardens, pillar boxes, and a railway carriage. Although Pankhurst confirmed that these women had not been commanded by her or Christabel, they both assured the public that they supported the arsonist suffragettes. ”

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emmeline_Pankhurst

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  65. 200
    the last quango in paris says:

    what a pratt.

    i wonder how many anarchists wear topshop or have their wages paid by the hsbc?

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  66. 204
    50 Calibre says:

    Stupid boy…

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  67. 209
    John Galt says:

    My son thought it was a bit rude for Miniband to have the word “FART” in large letters in the background.

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  68. 211
    Disco Biscuit says:

    Love a bit of Prodigy :)

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  69. 216
    Robson Sterling says:

    Great stuff, you’ve made Ed looks like a god, well done!!

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The lefties are attacking because the panellist is a millionaire and lives in a London home worth upwards of two million. Someone had best tell them he’s called Ed Miliband.


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