April 27th, 2011

POLL : Permanently Marred?

As the anger grows over Andrew Marr’s audacity at paying to hide his own public interest story, while being paid to probe the lives of the rest of the political class, Guido thought he would gauge opinion:

Don’t forget we pay him £600,000 a year for the pleasure. No wonder he could afford the luxury of an injunction and to support a child that wasn’t even his.


271 Comments

  1. 1
    AngryEnglishJon says:

    Hope Hislop make sthis run & run. Marr and his odious wife should both be horsewhipped!

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    • 4
      BBC Controller says:

      Move along – nothing to see here.

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      • 16
        Dave's Beeboid Spindoctor says:

        Hear! Hear!

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          David Laws Lib Dem fiddler says:

          Typical BBC Lie Spreader. BBC should be privatised, we do not want to pay the licence fee it is another tax. If it was commercialised it could pay its presenters, executives diversity watch dogs etc whatever it wanted or go bust.

          We do not want to be in the EU at a cost of £9.2 billion per year, the increase in contribution is more than we are saving by the dreaded cuts. Economic madness. Add the over seas aid and it beggars belief what the govt is up to. Do they really have any concept how to run a household budget let alone one for the country??

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    • 9
      Up sh1t creek says:

      Hislop tarred Marr.

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      • 33
        Anonymous says:

        He’s rather good is Mr. Hislop.

        They way he tore Marr a new arsehole on the Today show was thoroughly enjoyable.

        I hope he does more of it.

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        • 88
          Henry says:

          Hislop good? He’s a sh*t.

          I can’t believe apparently intelligent people are concerned about this. Of all the bad journalistic behaviour they focus on this. Who cares if he IS a hypocrite?? Are you telling me All other journos are pure as the driven snow, and that’s why they are allowed to ask questions? Rubbish!

          What matters is the job he does, not his personal life, which is irrelevant

          Marr has probably been treated like crap before this case was even discovered and crowed about by so many spiteful writers.

          Bad call, Guido

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          • HappyUK says:

            Marr just a hypocrite? He’s a wanker.

            “What matters is the job he does, not his personal life, which is irrelevant”

            It is COMPLETELY relevant when he is probing the shortcomings, personal or otherwise, of others. How can complain about injunctions when he takes one out himself? Unbelievable arrogance!

            For this pompous oaf to take out a super-injunction while so openly carping about the failings others, the original sexual misdemenour pales into insignificance.

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          • not now Kato says:

            Bollox – good call Guido.

            Marr’s a wealthy socialist twat and his hypocrisy, in a number of matters, is vile and contemptuous.

            Sack the fucker, then you won’t have to whinge about his job.

            BBC delenda est

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        • 145
          Nemo says:

          Where have you been these last 20 odd years, he was stirring up when Guido were a lad

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    • 50
      Angry Beasts says:

      Speaking of the odious wife, I unearthed this wonderful comment posted by Prodicus on CIF some time ago (courtesy of Devils Kitchen).


      “You need to broaden your dinner-party list, Jackie. Include some of the people you patronise, you overpaid, arrogant, insulting, blinkered, out-of-touch, know-nothing-actually, socialist, collaborating, casually-vicious, pathetic, crap-scribbling producer of utter fucking arse-gravy.

      Oh, and you can convey the very same sentiments to Polly, next time you two do lunch.”

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    • 67
      Alice Springs says:

      So who else was donating sperm to Alice at the same time Marr was?

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    • 96
      Sir William Waad says:

      Many a good man has been brought low by an overactive pecker.

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      • 140
        Southern Softy says:

        The trouble seems to be seeing the world through the Jap’s Eye,
        as it spends most of its time looking at the ground.

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      • 142
        Nemo says:

        Plenty in the Con party over the years have been dipping their wick in some female wanting to be just a good friend Little Jonny Major-Ball, Cecil Parkinson, Bob Boothby etc they just kept it secret, let them without sin be the first to cast the first stone eh Guido, even popes had their moments a noteable one Alexander the V1 at least for. Maybe these politicos take a leaf out of Rast putin’s book if you are going to sin, sin absolutely to be forgiven.

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        • 155
          Dick the Prick says:

          Bob Boothby dipped his wick in places that Domestos & a wire brush would have trouble cleaning; yowzers with a capital eeuugghhh!

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        • 244
          Anonymous says:

          You are correct Nemo but remember this the Conservatives rightly paid a heavy price for such deplorable behaviour. Some even went to Jail.
          The difference today is that those who engage in similar or worse behaviour whilst in public office seek and obtain the protection of our courts. This is a disgraceful state of affairs.

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    • 174
      Hugh Janus says:

      “Hope Hislop make sthis run & run. Marr and his odious wife should both be horsewhipped!”

      And so should Mad Nad:

      http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopics/mps-expenses/8474888/MPs-expenses-no-prosecution-of-Nadine-Dorries-over-second-home-claims.html

      £60,000 thieved and a blog that is (generously) described by her as “70% fiction”. When is ‘poetic licence’ different from simple, old-fashioned lying??

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    • 224
      Lord Lucan says:

      Obviously Alice is a bit of a slapper if she didn’t know who the Daddy was! Jeez, How many blokes was she shagging?

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      • 225
        Dick the Prick says:

        I think she did but got maintenance out of the highest paid shagger; typical socialist

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        • 249
          Lord Lucan says:

          Marr is obviously pretty thick for not getting the DNA test done as soon as the thing was born…

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    • 232
      dutchy in Scotland says:

      Well done Ian, Marr is a typical left leaning BBC Hunt !!!

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    • 267
      Andrew Duffin says:

      Did I miss something? I would have thought his wife was on of the victims in this particular case.

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  2. 2
    Anonymous says:

    What a goddamn circlejerk your polls are guido

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  3. 3
    bird with small brain says:

    My guess is that in highlighting this story, the high-ups at the BBC are trying to distance themselves from Mr Marr and his dashed poor form so the whole organisation won’t be tarred by the same brush.

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  4. 5
    British Brainwashing Corporation says:

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    • 46
      Angry Beasts says:

      Christine Blower?

      I certainly wouldn’t want her blowing me!

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    • 63
      Misterned says:

      What the fuck did any of that retarded rant by Ms Blower have to do with teaching?

      And the B&P are not the far right, they are socialists.

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      • 73
        Axe The Telly Tax (Haven't Paid For 6 Years) says:

        1.Re-nationalisation – Check
        2. British jobs for British workers – Check
        3. Anti-EU – Check

        Yep sounds like Old Labour of Benn,Foot and Kinnock

        Every council,mayoral and MEP gain by the B&P has been made at the expense of Labour.

        No wonder Labour are terrified of the B&P :-)

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    • 112
      busted nokia says:

      I detest the BBC, great to be free from it for the last 2 years though

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      • 154
        Nemo says:

        Ah, your must have Murdoch vision, I would rather do without it, still you are a free agent, but I would not want to be stuck permanently in front a tv looking at Murdoch vision or for that matter American tv

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        • 205
          AC1 says:

          American TV is better than BBC prole feed.

          Quality UK made TV is much rarer, than Quality US TV.

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          • labourunionsbbc we are one says:

            Agree, think of Family Guy, The Wire, American Hot Rod! to name but three.

            And RT does top documentries, especially when they are about the West.

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    • 150
      Cynical-old-bag says:

      Ms. Blower should be thoroughly ashamed of herself. She is supposed to be setting an example to the children she teaches.

      Or is she a teacher with a small “t”, paid for through taxes, but employed by the NUT?

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    • 215
      Billy Bragg - Championing diversity from rural Dorset says:

      Billy Bragg? Local boy?

      Yep, that’s me. I’m so proud of my roots I couldn’t wait to get the fcuk out of there.

      Urban shitholes like Barking and Dagenham are for eff-niks and mugs.

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    • 231
      man perched on the barstool says:

      nothing about raising teaching standards….all about fighting for teachers living space..go east gruppenfurher!..and into the North Sea.

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    • 247
      Iloathlefties says:

      She needs a bog brush up her ass. Who funds Labour?? These loonies.

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  5. 7
    annette curton says:

    Can’t we have an A/V poll so we can to get rid of Peston and Robinson as well at the same time?.

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  6. 8
    Andy Marr says:

    Berlusconi has nothing on me!

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    • 10
      High Class Kinda Gal says:

      Left quite a bit on me…

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    • 19
      Berlusconi says:

      I changed the Italian constitution to avoid criminal prosecution, whereas you perverted the British judicial system to hide the details of your jig a jig’s, in some respects we have a lot in common, Chow!.

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      • 22
        Mafioso Money says:

        They call pedos jig a jig’s in Italy.

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        • 27
          Berlusconi says:

          So Issa a problem?, just use a nother, how you say? supra injunctioni

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        • 238
          Remittance Man says:

          Please define pedo, or paedo, if one enjoyed a good education.

          So far as I am aware, the young trollop Burlusconi allegedly rogered was only too young (legally speaking) to be a whore, not too young (legally speaking) to take part in games of Constable Wobble Hides The Helmet.

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      • 259
        Lucrenzo says:

        Didn’t Mitterand have a political correspondent or two as mistresses and he could always rely on a good press?

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  7. 12
    Did she swallow? says:

    I hope at least that Alice was good in bed.

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  8. 13
    Mark Oaten says:

    I’ve made a chocolate cake for William and Kate.

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  9. 18
    Hello? says:

    OK!
    Listen up!
    This is the plan.
    May 1st, we make a run for Britain!
    All those in favour?
    Carried unanimously.

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  10. 21
    They're all smug, sneering Celt cunts at the BBC, 'cept Kuenssbergs whom I wish to bum intensely says:

    One has to say these leftist, smug, self regarding, Celt filth who run England really are good entertainment value.
    They behave as arrogant, hypocritical cun’ts because people who vote Labour/or who are influenced by BBC propaganda are imbecile scroungers.

    This particular jug eared member of the Scotch Raj in London may well and truly have cooked his goose however.
    Lots of his fellow lefty vermin in the PLP will not forgive him for asking if McDoom was a basket case, and in the eyes of the BBC upsetting Labour MP’s is akin to being discovered buggering an Anti-semite, skin-head rent boy.

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    • 23
      I despise what you say , but will defend to the death your right to say it says:

      Time for your your medcation you barking mad nutjob.

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      • 26
        John Cravens says:

        Shove your criticisms up your buggering ole you queer fuck-stick

        Labour MPs despise Marr for mocking Brown, so this piece is accurate you spunk loving ponce

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      • 31
        I masturbate to 2006 pictures of kate middleton in a bikini, why cant i have a girlfriend like her? says:

        You wouldn’t defend anything to the death you poof

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        • 241
          Remittance Man says:

          There are a couple of things I’ve always wanted to ask about that moniker.

          Firstly: Is it the desire to roger Ms Kuenssberg in the manner of the greeks that is intense or the hoped for bumming that will be vigourous?

          Secondly and irrespective of your answer to my first question: Why? She has a face like a cow chewing a strongly lemon flavoured wasp

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    • 25
      Hello? says:

      They’re very entertained by the mongs who pay the license fee, and by the way, did you notice that Kuensberg woman has the forehead of a spacker.
      Is she related to Nick Nobinson?

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      • 28
        Ed Balls, financial genius says:

        She has Oirish degenerate gypsy blood in her

        She lays a fucking good driveway and dont charge VAT, so I rest me case you cu’nt

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      • 32
        I masturbate to 2006 pictures of kate middleton in a bikini, why cant i have a girlfriend like her? says:

        I wank off to hi res images of Laura too

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    • 29
      Ed Balls, financial genius says:

      Millions of sad cun’ts can play the Playstation online tonight

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      • 34
        Hello? says:

        Err! Sorry to be the bearer of sad news but Eds finances would appear to be very healthy indeed.
        Along with the rest of his colleagues from across the House.

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      • 35
        Hello? says:

        Err! Sorry to be the bearer of sad news but Eds f*nances would appear to be very healthy indeed.
        Along with the rest of his colleagues from across the House.

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      • 36
        Hello? says:

        Err! Sorry to be the bearer of sad news but Eds finances would app*ar to be very healthy indeed.
        Along with the rest of his colleagues from across the House.

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    • 37
      I masturbate to 2006 pictures of kate middleton in a bikini, why cant i have a girlfriend like her? says:

      His serial infidelity does go some way to proving his is not a total cu’nt

      If you have to climb into bed each night with that frumpy, obese bullock with an Oliver Cromwell haircutm the pain is eased if you’ve just spunked your bollocks into Alice Mile’s gob

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  11. 30
    Hello? says:

    “Don’t forget we pay him £600,000 a year for the pleasure”

    Aren’t you the c’unt.

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    • 45
      The Paragnostic says:

      Never paid the TV tax and never will, but he should resign anyway because what little credibility he had even on the Left must now have gone.

      Mind you, I only watch documentaries, sport and comedy on the BBC anyway, having weaned myself off their news output ages ago, and having no interest whatsoever in what masquerades as ‘entertainment’ on the channels.

      I’d happily pay 30 quid a year for a much reduced BBC that follows its original charter to ‘inform, educate and entertain’, along with local news etc. – they can scrap the rest or make it commercial for all I care,

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    • 77
      Axe The Telly Tax (Haven't Paid For 6 Years) says:

      You may do, but i don’t :-)

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    Anonymous says:

    Superb photo by the way.

    Amply demonstrates the attitude of the ‘liberal’ lefty establishment in the ‘meejah’ class to the lower orders (i.e. ungrateful racists proles and bigots).

    Marr and his wife Jackie Ashley typify the sneering champagne socialist class. Their motto is ‘we know best, so do and think as we say, not as we do’.

    First against the wall.

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    Angry Beasts says:

    Superb photo by the way.

    Amply demonstrates the attitude of the ‘liberal’ lefty establishment in the ‘meejah’ class to the lower orders (i.e. ungrateful racists proles and bigots).

    Marr and his wife Jackie Ashley typify the sneering champagne socialist class. Their motto is ‘we know best, so do and think as we say, not as we do’.

    First against the wall.

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    • 223
      Marr the fucka says:

      Isn’t Marr of the same persuasion as Jackass Straw when it comes to us English? Namely that we should all be made to ‘disappear’.

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  15. 51
    H Doodson says:

    I say yes, but only because I do love a good bit of irony.

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  16. 54
    Who's the father? says:

    What was Ed Balls up to in 2003?

    Tim Worsthall thinks he knows:-

    http://timworstall.com/2011/04/26/on-the-subject-of-mr-marr/

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    • 62
      Cato Street Conspirator says:

      My money’s on the blind bastard.

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      Me Dum Dum (Fannation says Hello I have just got to let you know) says:

      Doing the Twitterrounds today:

      “When you’re caught by the press,
      with your hands up her dress,
      that’s A Marr eh?”

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  17. 55
    S.B.S. says:

    Don’t forget we pay him £600,000 a year for the pleasure.

    I dont pay him a penny, never had a TV licence and never will,

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  18. 57
    Raquel's_Chest says:

    Bring back Frost………..
    ………but not at the expense of the Summer

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  19. 58
    genghiz the khan says:

    Marr and his guests newspaper reviewers from the Gruardian or Obtuser are so wonderful, that even they could not spot the link between John Terry, Wayne Bridge’s wife and a super injunction; even though it was on the front pages, the back pages and most of the centre pages and continued on page 94.

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  20. 59
    Daphne Millar says:

    One thing I don’t understand is how you bloggers are expected to avoid breaking these super injunctions when they do not know who they are about. Take this CBL person from YES2AV, whose name I do not know. A blogger might make some comment on the sex life of someone who has recently been prominent in the Yes campaign without realising this is the person about whom we are allowed to know nothing. What happens then?
    Perhaps courts could publish a full list of people who have obtained superinjunctions, together with details of the sexual practices to which no reference can be made. This would save a lot of energy being wasted in the courts

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  21. 60
    Daphne Millar says:

    One thing I don’t understand is how you bloggers are expected to avoid breaking these super injunctions when they do not know who they are about. Take this CBL person from YES2AV, whose name I do not know. A blogger might make some comment on the sex life of someone who has recently been prominent in the Yes campaign without realising this is the person about whom we are allowed to know nothing. What happens then?
    Perhaps courts could publish a full list of people who have obtained superinjunctions, together with details of the sexual practices to which no reference can be made. This would save a lot of energy being wasted in the courts. There are already too many people willing to take legal action because they don’t like what they hear.

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  22. 61
    Daphne Millar says:

    Sorry for saying it twice. The computer obviously feels very strongly about this.

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  23. 64
    Jumbo says:

    Isn’t Mr Blair one of the turds with such an injunction dating back quite a few years to conceal his daughter’s attempt at suicide, or did he use other means? I heard it was a Section D notice which wouold have been completely illegal and knowing what a self-serving arse the man is (apologies to arses the world over for that comparison) I wouldn’t be surprised if he was behind the law that gives such protection. Just asking.

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  24. 65
    nell says:

    I see this morning labour’s chrisbryant is whingeing on about gordon and bliar not being invited to the wedding saying that they should have been honoured with an invite ‘ because they have served their country’. labour he says is offended.

    Well firstly he forgot to say that they ‘ served their country Really Badly !!’

    Secondly, labour is a shambles and there aren’t many of us out here who care whether they are offended.

    Thirdly he forgets that the last time bliar tried to appear in the UK in public he nearly got lynched by the antiwar brigade; and he forgets that the majority of the UK regard the ex unelected pm gordon as responsible for our economic collapse because of his economic illiteracy and profligate spending not to mention his sneering egotistical attitude to the public that everyone other than him is a bigot.

    Well Done Her Maj for reading the public mood perfectly.

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  25. 66
    pissedoffindian says:

    This fucking twat and his monstrous wife should be forced to live in central Birmingham.

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  26. 71
    Dave's sphincter says:

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/africaandindianocean/tunisia/8474019/African-migrants-set-up-camp-by-Paris-Eurostar-terminal.html

    They should be forced to take in a house full of dirty criminal fuckers now making their way to our shores. The lefty bastards seem to think there’s nothing wrong with uncontrolled immigration – legal or otherwise.

    p.s. Good to see the juxtaposition of a picture of a Man U scorer and the story about superinjunctions on the DT online front page.

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    • 81
      Camoron, Clegg, Milimong et al says:

      We’re really looking forward to all these people coming to live here!

      Multiculturalism is so refreshing, so vibrant, and does wonders for the economy!

      If you don’t like it, people, you’re all ignorant ray cysts. You can all go to Hell.

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    • 242
      Tell it like it really is. says:

      So…..all these men having to come to Britain to escape such nasty conditions BUT it is quite alright by them that they leave all the women and children behind. Funny that, those women and children are obviously so much more able to cope. In a pigs ear.

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  27. 72
    The UK's most stupid MP says:

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    • 78
      Joss Askin says:

      Confused? That’s not the half of it. The woman is utterly bonkers and hopelessly misguided. Has she been on the magic mushrooms in her local squitty squat?

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    • 256
      Me Dum Dum (Fannation says Hello I have just got to let you know) says:

      This is the muppet who accused hunters of hunting out of season and leaving the shot birds in the central reservation of a motorway

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  28. 76
    I feel an election brewing says:

    He will me Marr’ed for life !

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  29. 79
    Mornington Crescent says:

    I love it that it’s now Alice Miles’ turn to want to censor the press, to supposedly protect her daughter.

    She should have thought of said daughter before:
    a) parting her thighs
    b) writing this http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/travel/holiday_type/spas_and_lifestyle/article3204630.ece

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  30. 80
    bergen says:

    Now everyone knows, it is not his impartiality (or lack of it) or the fact that his interviewees have the goods on him that are the problems.He has simply become a figure of mirth and derision.

    More importantly we need the truth on Goodwin seeing as we’ll all be paying for misdeeds for years.Had he been concentrating on a different job when RBS went bust?

    Incidentally,why has neither Goodwin nor Crosby of HBOS been stripped of their knighthoods? They caused more damage to this country than a thousand Anthony Blunts.

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  31. 83
    marr is not the only hypocrite says:

    can anyone shine a light on the reason that Jemima Goldsmith/Khan, vehement defender of free-speech, friend of wiki-leaks and part-time New Statesman guest editor took out a super-injunction to protect aspects of her private life being made public?

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  32. 84
    nicholas campbell says:

    Surely the reputation of Ms. Miles ( who apparently still can’t be named in the papers ) is shredded. Here she was taking money for child support from a man who only ‘might’ have been the father of her child, of course it depends on the number of lovers she enjoyed liaisons with, but apparently Marr took only one look at the child and began to doubt if he was the father—which suggests either that la Miles is duplicitous and deceiving or, for a journalist, worryingly unobservant. Cannot Marr now sue her for return of no doubt substantial sums of money, which would neccesitate Miles actually naming the father–rumoured to be a senior Labour insider ( was Miles using Marr’s naivety to protect the actual father. Marr is exposed as a useful idiot, but Miles, well who would employ such a conniving woman).
    The BBC is accountable to the public in that it must reveal if they helped Marr with his legal fees. Also the BBC must investigate and reveal its links, however tenuous, to al Quada via employees at the World Service. What a shoddy, disgusting organisation the BBC is. Nearly all the superinjunctions involve BBC staff or contributors ( except for the odd sportsman): their extra marital affairs are being funded by the licence payer. Well at least Long Lost Family is back on tv tomorrow night. Keep your distance Davina !

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  33. 90
    Joss Taskin says:

    Andrew Marr an ‘interviewer’ ???? I thought he was just a Labour shill ??

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    • 107
      jgm2 says:

      He is.

      Which is why Labour MP’s, ministers, prime-ministers etc etc used to line up to face his underarm bowling on Sunday mornings. Duly reported a ‘news’ on the BBC later in the day.

      ‘This morning, on the Andrew Marr show, Gordon Brown agreed that he was in fact the best British Prime Minister in recorded history and his economic genius was beyond question… and now, the news where you are…’

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    • 139
      Hugh Janus says:

      And so did the rest of us. It would have been a ‘no’ vote from me even without his confession yesterday because his lefty tendencies have been on full display for so long now. I did watch his little programme once, but it soon became abundantly clear that he is not an objective and unbiased interviewer. In the world of political interviewing he is a complete lightweight, and certainly not worth even a fraction of what we are paying him. He is therefore a perfect choice for the BBC.

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    the last quango in paris says:

    The poor little girl. Surely everyone knows that if you want journalists to ignore a story you make as little fuss as possible? By ‘blocking’ a story from journalists you ensure they chip away to find out what was so important that it needed a super-injunction in the first place. What do they find here? A journalist who should have known better, so desperate to protect his privacy after wrong doing he shells out a vast sum of money – and the victim?

    If Marr had let it all out at the beginning – he would have saved a lot of money and this story would be filed under ‘so what?’ – more importantly the little girl involved would presumably have far less stories to read when she is older.

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    • 93
      Mrs John Bercow says:

      And does she know who her real dad is?

      Seems to me Alice Miles’s open doors policy is the root cause of all this.

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    • 111
      jgm2 says:

      Oh bollocks. Poor little girl my arse. Half the kids in the UK are now born outside of marriage. There’s no stigma any more to being a little bastard. It’s the norm.

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  35. 92
    Sir William Waad says:

    I voted ‘yes’ because you don’t defend freedom of speech by banning people, however odious and biassed they may be.

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    • 99
      I don't need no doctor says:

      So would you defend people that would blow you up? Good god sir what have you become?

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    • 102
      Smelly Old Man says:

      Did you only vote once then?
      Must be an honest Tory.
      Not many of them left.
      A good Labour Marxist keeps on voting until they drop.
      Or goes for a sun dried tomato & fries lunch.

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    • 171
      Expense gouger says:

      Determining that someone is not fit to hold what is effectively a taxpayer-funded post at the BBC is not equivalent to “banning people”. Don’t be so hysterical.

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  36. 97
    I don't need no doctor says:

    £600,000 is the tip of the iceberg.
    So much duplication at the BBC, so many repeats.
    Time for change, time for decent new programmes.
    No more lamb watch, no more cheap cookery programmes.
    Let’s have less shit and more quality.
    The BBC do not deserve the fee. Altogether, the BBC do not deserve the fee.

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  37. 100
    marcus Aurelius says:

    It just shows how old I’m getting, for I had always assumed that Marr “batted for the other side” in true urban elite style.

    In any case I think we should propose a Knighthood for Ian Hislop, who is most certainly a national treasure.

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    • 104
      I don't need no doctor says:

      Along with David Starkey.

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    • 110
      Gordon Brown says:

      He’s a national treasure? It would be prudent to sell him quickly, at the bottom of the market.

      The pittance raised could be pissed-away invested on Gay & Lesbian Outreach Centres.

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    • 120
      AC1 says:

      You’re getting mixed up with the Dragons Den one.

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  38. 109
    Smelly Old Man says:

    The injunction was taken out to protect the child, no matter whos is was.
    Marr has put his own interests first, AGAIN! and is therefore in breach and should be interviewed by plod forthwith.
    A couple or three years in choky should then follow.
    Lets see him injunction his way out of that.
    Odious jug eared harsoal.

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    • 114
      jgm2 says:

      Bollocks innit. Half the kids in the UK are born out of wedlock. One more anonymous bastard isn’t a big deal. Don’t know what all the fuss is about.

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    • 161

      IF it was taken out to protect the child, which I very much doubt but let’s play along, then you can see that Andy boy might think that after paying 7 years of maintenance and a shitload of legal fees to protect a kid who wasn’t even his own, he had more than done his bit – and that mummy, or real daddy dearest, might want to take the strain.

      Of course, Andy is morally far better placed than whoever the real father is. And the mother come to that. They appear to have conspired to play Andrew Marr like a fiddle. Both would have known that Marr was possibly not the father from day one, and both decided to keep their gobs shut. If the father turns out to be an impoverished market stall holder from Shephards Bush then you could excuse him for letting the rich TV bloke provide for his child in ways that he never could. If the guilty party is a political heavyweight then he stands condemned thrice over and should be cast into the political outer darkness forever for his moral turpitude, with the CSA and Andrew Marr’s lawyers in hot pursuit.

      If it were to turn out to be Ed Balls, then it would be a sweet, sweet moment…

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    • 196
      Lady Virginia Droit de Seigneur says:

      Miles has used the kid as backdrop to at least two of her articles in the Times that I am aware of so it’s not like she’s been loathe to stick in the spotlight when it suits her.

      The only reason I can think of for putting Marr up as the father is that the real father is far more embarrassing – John Prescott for example.

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  39. 113
    Lobbywatcher says:

    Why are you concentrating on pursuing Andrew Marr? You know perfectly well there’s a much bigger and more significant story behind this concerning the real father of the child.

    Like

  40. 122
    Fa Kin Su Pah says:

    I’m a Yes Man.
    Let the viewing-listening public decide.
    Admittedly the BBC not subject to commercial
    pressures but lower numbers plus comedic value
    will see the end of him in certain roles.

    Like

  41. 123
    Nick Clegg says:

    Here’s how things stand Guido.

    We’re just nine days away from our first – quite possibly only – national referendum on how we vote, and things are evenly matched.

    Opinion on the street is volatile, but we know two things:

    •The more people understand what AV is – the more likely they are to say Yes.
    •Turnout will be lower than General Elections; the campaign that does a better job of ensuring its supporters go to the polls, wins.
    So our task is clear: explain why AV is better than FPTP to as many people as possible, inspire them to vote, and we will win.

    Get to it. There are more opportunities than ever for you to start spreading the word this week, find your nearest event and sign up now:

    http://www.yestofairervotes.org/events-near-you

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    • 131
      Fa Kin Su Pah says:

      Are you going to have a fag at
      the Palace on Friday ?

      Like

      • 137
        Smelly Old Man says:

        Dear Mr Clegg,
        You make a very good point but the whole exercise is doomed I’m afraid due to the inability of most adults being able to count let alone understand your silly voting system. Too many years of education, edyukashun, EdwardKay’s son.
        The system we have might not be perfect but it is simples init, and we all know the only reason you want to change it is for selfish reasons and not for the good of the country.
        Please concentrate on helping Dave get the country back on its feet after 13 years of miss-management by the Labour Marxist party.
        You know it makes sense.
        Yours sincerely,
        Smelly Old Man.

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    • 132
      Ground Control to Major Clegg says:

      “The more people understand what AV is – the more likely they are to say Yes”

      Your disconnection from reality grows greater with each passing day.

      Like

    • 133
      Nick Clegg says:

      Dear sweet Jesus, we’re shit, we’re insane, we’re loathed and our unpopularity grows ever -arger every time we open our stupid lefty mouths, we’re never ever going to stay in government.. unless.. we frig the voting system in our favour!

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      AC1 says:

      When you look at what Condorcet actually proves. You might as well chose the simplest system, which is FPTP.

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  43. 134
    Conundrum says:

    There should be another question:

    Despite everything, will the BBC keep him on the gravy train?

    Yes.

    Like

    • 136
      The Liebore Parteh says:

      If Marr, as an employee of Liebore’s Media Wing, is found to have made a mistake then he will be dealt with in true Liebore fashion.

      He’ll be promoted.

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  44. 137
    Eeu to me says:

    Just thinking, AlJaBeeb creaming their collective nickers over Brenda’s grandson getting spliced, hours of advertising has been pushed out along with tons of C02, yet when their mates Liebore were in they used to hiss and spit out all mention of of monarchy, hypocrite’s or tosser’s, I think both.

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  45. 141
    Old Nick Heavenly (cue Dutrou vids and lots of foaming at the mouth) says:

    Poll tax… never!

    Tele Tax… never!

    Must own up to 16 months of Income Tax since 1970!

    Does that make me an anarchist, Guido, an anarchist who is looking forwards to Friday! Mrs H is buying me a very large box of tissues and the largest wastepaper basket will be handy. I just love a Royal Wedding that, happily, will not be Marred by those clunts Tone and Gordo and their vile spouses!

    Kung Fu fighting, Kung Fu Fighting!

    Any gobbieness will be met with offers to cut your throat and your shotgun will be confiscated!

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    • 152
      Fa Kin Su Pah says:

      Rabid foxes thrive in the Land of no Government

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      • 193
        Old Nick Heavenly (cue Dutrou vids and lots of foaming at the mouth) says:

        Let me explain a little something about the differences in attitude over here Mr Pah!

        When you move into a dwelling over here (I have no memory of seeing a gypo encampment here in Belgium) old bill visit to check that the people who claim to live in the house are the people who actually live in the houise!

        Our village copper came, incidentally born and bred in the village, and one of the questions is if you have any arms in the house. I showed him some of my collection of Japanese swords and gave him a demonstration. He told me they were only interested in shooters, but he was suitably impressed, as are many of the ‘robust’ policemem that work in the neighbouring countries. A Samurai hippy borders on the acceptable over here.

        Pleased with his reaction I thought that I would test the waters a bit further and explained in graphic detail the moment that I gave up pacifism, after 6 months in London. I told him how I found myself gripping a cheeky Londoner by the throat with one hand as I slapped him around the face with the other hand.

        He LAUGHED his socks of!

        Very pleased that YOU are so happy to have a government!

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        • 200
          AC1 says:

          Some people need someone to tell them what to do all the time. They can’t cope with deciding for themselves. The word for them is retarded.

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        • 204
          Fa Kin Su Pah says:

          Gentle joshing only Nick.
          On all points rather envious.

          Like

    • 157
      Daily mail wants to make it's mind up... says:

      Can’t for the life of me understand why the Daily Mail is getting itself into a lather over Bliar and McIdiot not getting an invite to the Wedding…….I mean it smacks of hypocrisy to me…I’m sure their readership(Tories to a man)don’t actually care and the only invite they’d like to see extended is one to “The Hague” for Bliar……they never stopped blasting them when they were PM and now it’s “Oh Dear why weren’t they invited ?” I can answer that one…cos’ no fucker in the “family firm” likes ‘em…now get over it….

      http://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/article-1380925/Royal-wedding-2011-Im-Tony-Blair-fan-insult-democracy.html

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      • 226
        jgm2 says:

        It’s for solid security reasons. Blair is like Abu Nidal and Yasser Arafat – the c*unt never sleeps two nights in the same place so that the long line of folk looking to assassinate the c*unt can’t make any plans. I mean, if you knew Blair and Brown were going to be in the same location on such-and-such a date then you’d want to avoid the area too in case somebody took the pair of them out with a fuel tanker filled with semtex.

        Basic security init.

        Keep the bomb magnets away.

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        • 235
          Tessa Tickles says:

          That’s as good as any reason to invite them.

          Blair
          Brown
          Clegg
          Milimong
          Camoron
          Archbishop of Canterbury
          Royal Family
          Lots of BBC reporters

          What’s not to like?

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  46. 143
    Kevin T says:

    £600,000??? Is he being paid per smarmy grin??

    Sack him and give Andrew Neil all his shows.

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  47. 147
    Ed says:

    Comradeth! I thall be very imprethive at pmqth today!

    Like

    • 149
      genghiz the khan says:

      Bwuthews, Osbowne’th policies have lead to static gwotf. Markth my wowdth, we will haf a double dip wecession.

      Like

      • 236
        Tessa Tickles says:

        Am I alone in hoping that when Militwat goes into an NHS hospital to have his op so he doesn’t sound like a mong when he speaks he can sleep properly, he contracts MRSA and dies, like all NHS patients?

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  48. 153
    Marred Personalities 'R Us All says:

    Guido, looking at the comments here, do you ever think that making a living by feeding a bunch of ranting, self righteous, onanists might not be the best use of your talents? It’s getting to be like reading a grammatically superior version of the drivel written by most of the shits who comment in the Daily Mail, but they at least have the endearing quality of being stupid shits

    And no, he shouldn’t be barred from interviewing. We don’t need you starting to emulate or promote the same sort of ridiculous puritanism that Labour exuded.

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  49. 156
    Truth Seeker says:

    Oh Guido, do give it a rest. The whole thing’s a storm in a teacup that will keep (particularly the tabloid end of) the British press, Private Eye and those seat sniffers who constantly seek out instances of hypocrisy in order to facilitate an orgasm of self-righteousness, busy for a few days of circle-jerking, but, in the scheme of things, this is terribly small fry….unlike, for example, our deficit…there are much bigger stories than this that you could be focussing on right now…

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    • 163
      Drop a Daisy cutter on the BBC says:

      The BBC is full of this, Marr himself and Dimblebore to mention two who continually go on about ‘Tory toffs’ when they themselves are ‘toff’s. Also why didn’t the BBC make a fuss over Liebore ‘toff’s like Hattie Hatemenperson?

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      • 169
        The BBC....it's what we do !! says:

        You need to ask that question ? The BBC is the propanganda arm for the Labour Party and has been for at least 40 odd years. You’ll never get an impartial view from them…in their view there is only one view…the socialist one…and they view their mission to educate the ignorant electorate who persist in supporting anyone but Labour….and they genuinely cannot understand why people criticise them for what they perceive as a perfectly logical and reasonable position to take

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        • 197
          AC1 says:

          While the BBC is funded by extortion it will favour Marxist extortion!

          End the TV Tax and they at least have to please the British public, rather than leech upon it.

          Like

      • 175
        Lady Virginia Droit de Seigneur says:

        Marr went to Loretto the very posh school also attended by Alistair Darling. It was funny when the jug eared tw*t tried to tackle Boris about being an Old Etonian toff and Boris turned the table and queried him about his school!!

        Dimbleby went to that underprivileged hovel Charterhouse.

        It’s something that pisses me off no end – privileged media types trying to lambast Tories for being public school toffs (and it is only the Tories that get this – no attacks on public school Labourites like Harriet Harman, Tony Blair and Charles Clarke). Most of the left leaning media were public school types – even really nasty SWP supporting Seamus Milne went to Winchester.

        Cnuts the lot of them

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        • 178
          Socialists are posher than you think says:

          Most of ‘em are posher than Cameron and some are even richer…it’s called “hypocrisy” !!

          Like

          • COMRADE BOB CROW (ANNUAL SALARY £95K) says:

            THEES TORY SCUM DONT NO WHOT ITS LIKE TO WURK HARD AND PAY A MORGEDGE.

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        • 229
          Regime change begins at home says:

          Our entire political class are a sewer of privilege, cronyism and hypocrisy.

          An aristocracy in all but name.

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      • 255
        Redrawn Ram says:

        Lady Antonia Fraser’s cousin is a slat of the earth working class type wimmin person

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  50. 158
    Nemo says:

    Has anyone noticed Andrew Marr is rather like a thin pink Kermit.

    Like

  51. 162
    Kevin T says:

    Why did he need a DNA test anyway? If the baby didn’t look like Plug from the Bash Street kids, he was obviously in the clear.

    Like

    • 182
      Sherlock Holmes says:

      The father’s probably one of a coachload of chavs from Leeds, so chances are it does look like Plug.

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    Lady Virginia Droit de Seigneur says:

    Looks like another parliamentary crook is being let off.

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopics/mps-expenses/8474888/MPs-expenses-no-prosecution-of-Nadine-Dorries-over-second-home-claims.html

    What an odious specimen Dorries is – financially corrupt as this story shows and despite massive displays of public moralising not ashamed to shag a married man either.

    Like

    • 177
      Camoron (a bigger liar than Blair) says:

      The people have given us a clear message that they are disgusted with our behaviour and they want this mess cleared up. They want assurances that this will not happen again. I give them my cast iron guarantee that this behaviour by MPs will stop, and stop now. I promise you.

      Suckers.

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  54. 168
    I don't need no doctor. says:

    The BBC are doing their best at the moment to be negative about the latest GDP figures. There was a BBC news reporter up at Manchester Airport trying to get his interviewees to say something negative. He has failed so far.
    The construction industry is the poor cousin at the moment. Who’s fault is that? Who let property prices spiral out of control? You got it, LABOUR. Labour under Brown, Balls and Miliband.

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  55. 170
    Smelly Old Man says:

    Truthseeker; disagree.
    Hiding legitimate news is extremely important. Especially by the Great who would purport to be Good. When they are NOT!

    What would come next? The scenarios are endless but eventually President Milliband wishes to cover up a little matter of the odd billion going missing in a Swiss bank, or the missing dodgy dossier on why we went to war with those pesky Iranians in 2016.

    Or how many protesters were shot in Whitehall demonstrating about compulsory immigration from Plonkeristan.

    Keep it up Guido, Guinness permitting of course.

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    • 176
      The BBC....it's what we do !! says:

      The BBC already effectively “edits” news and is selective in what it reports on….the number of times also it headlines a supposed “news story” on all it’s bulletins and you realise that effectively it is not news but a “promo” for a programme being broadcast later that evening on BBC 1 or BBC 2…now that’s worth an investigation in itself

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      • 195
        MI7 says:

        Hillary Clinton has admited the BBC and CNN are state controlled propaganda tools. She also has the nerve to ask for several hundred million to fight the information war they are losing and keep her left leaning shills on the gravy train.

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      • 212
        Hugh Janus says:

        “the number of times also it headlines a supposed “news story” on all it’s bulletins and you realise that effectively it is not news but a “promo” for a programme being broadcast later that evening on BBC 1 or BBC 2…now that’s worth an investigation in itself…”

        +1

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  56. 173
    smoggie says:

    Giggs and Rooney both scored again last night.

    Am I allowed to say that?

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    • 183
      genghiz the khan says:

      Giggs and Rooney scored away from home.

      Like

    • 185
      Gas the working class says:

      Were they both spitroasting the same 15 year old at the time?

      Like

      • 189
        Lord Bowden of Middlesex says:

        15 is far to young for Rooney , He prefers women with there winter fuel allowence.

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      • 199
        smoggie says:

        I’m talking about the Beautiful Game here.

        This is what Giggsy’s manager said last night about the Welsh Dribbler…

        “It is strange because Ryan’s peak years seem to have lasted so long,” Ferguson stated.

        “You would think, at 37, he would be showing signs of waning. I don’t see any evidence of that. “

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      • 201
        Mike Handycock says:

        Do you have contact details for the young lady in question?

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  57. 187
    Lord Bowden of Middlesex says:

    Hang him and the other socailists in the BBC!

    Like

  58. 190
    Father Ted Crilly says:

    So Ryan Giggs, Gabby Logan and Alan Shearer had super injunctions as well.

    Like

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    Doc Trough says:

    Here he comes. Andrew Marr.
    In his little turquoise car.
    Front seat, knickers. Back seat, bra.
    What a jug -eared Scotch wanchar!

    Like

  61. 206
    Lord Bowden of Middlesex says:

    I wonder if anyone will raise this at PMQS?

    Like

  62. 207
    joolz says:

    So now Ballsup is calling Osbourne a “denier”, trying to pass the buck. What a tit

    Like

    • 209
      Lord Bowden of Middlesex says:

      What is Ozzy supposed to be denying?

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      • 250
        Smig says:

        That there is a stitch-up between Liebour and CONservative. They take it in turns to bleed us poor bastards dry then fuck off to become Ermine Vermin to grab a few more million while they wait to die.

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  63. 208
    Lord Bowden of Middlesex says:

    Wayne Rooneys street striker show got pulled when he swore down the tv camera.

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  64. 210
    JH says:

    Cancel the smug f*ckers contract.

    Let him see what market there is in the private sector for his lefty revisionist crap.

    Clue: It is not £600K a year’s worth.

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  65. 214
    jgm2 says:

    Ned Balls will be furious…

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-13206430

    Wrong again Ned. You should be well used to it by now.

    Awwww. Not a ‘recession’. Awwwww shame.

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    • 227
      The Gruadian says:

      These terrible figures (which the Tory-led government tried to bury just before the Royal Wedding), whilst not indicating a recession, are as bad as a recession, if not worse.

      Like

  66. 219
    Steve Miliband says:

    If an economy grew from -0.5 to +0.5 doesn’t it mean it grew by 1%

    Like

    • 228
      Alan Johnson says:

      Wednesday.

      Like

    • 233
      stun says:

      Not quite actually. If you took Q3 10 as GDP=100, Q4 10 would be 99.50, Q1 11 is 99.9975, so we didn’t quite get back to the level at the end of September. Not too impressive given that the government continues to spend money like it’s gone out of fashion, though at least there hasn’t been any more QE. Would like to see the numbers for GDP adjusted for debt, probably a much truer indicator.

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      • 239
        Tessa Tickles says:

        What would the growth figures be if, instead of throwing £21billion down the toilet marked “EU membership fee/Foreign Aid” every single year, Cameron gave us the tax cuts we demand?

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  67. 221
    U Termison says:

    First of all, Christine Blower fuck off. I hate listening to self-righteous teachers who witter on about themselves in their vain, self-absorbed, way while thinking they are the only ones who do a days work. Get real. The taxpayer is not going to spunk money up the wall to pay your pensions.

    As for Marr, get over yourself Guido and the right wing frothers here. Marr is a decent journalist, excellent presenter and the BBC is great value for money. So what if he spunked up Miles’ snatch, I would given half the chance. She is a bit hypocritical wanting to protect her child.She was happy to write all about her while taking a free holiday c/o The Times and a hotel wanting a free plug.

    Fucking Huhne.

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  68. 234
    Bacon Lover says:

    Is this what she meant by “The Court of Public Opinion”?

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/law-and-order/8476356/MPs-to-rule-over-Sir-Fred-Goodwins-super-injunction.html

    Go go gadget Hemming …

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  69. 245
    WTF says:

    £600,000!!
    What the fuck. I though Hobday and Co. were taking the piss but this is off the fucking scale.

    Like

  70. 253
    Kered Ybretsae says:

    As much as I admire his work, I feel he has really shit in his own nest with his coming out of the injunction closet. The Beeb could find him another job….perhaps interviewing injunctionairs….The Injunction show.

    Like

  71. 254
    Redrawn Ram says:

    Who is the other dude with Miles and Marr?
    Could he be the father?

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  72. 260
    Comrade Tebbit says:

    Who Marr and been shagging makes not a bit difference. I’m both jealous and impressed with Big Ears.

    Like

    • 262
      Paddy says:

      Andrew Marr is employed to give an unbiased political opinion. If he lied to his own wife about the affair then sought to hush it up, just how much can he be trusted?

      People expect people in public life to have some integrity; Marr has shown that he has none.

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  73. 261
    Anonymous says:

    600,000 reasons why the BBC tax should be done away with.
    I don’t pay the man. The money is stolen from me under threat of imprisonment!
    Democracy, don’t make me laugh!

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    Ramon Lesser says:

    Who Do not invite Guy Fawkes for the wedding?, He was the only one who would know what to do with that useless bunch of pigs of the aristocracy.

    Ramon Lesser

    Anarchysts for World Revolution

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