June 7th, 2011

What’s On Your Mind Chris?

Kudos to Political Scrapbook for getting this snap of Huhne returning from Gatwick airport last night, rather sensibly on the train:

Welcome home Secretary of State, Guido hopes you had a nice relaxing break. Nice to see Ms. Trimingham catching up on the blog…


185 Comments

  1. 1
    Bruce says:

    He’s got a few roos loose in the top paddock.

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    • 161
      David Laws Lib Dem fiddler says:

      Time for a change of these do gooding loonies who are throwing away taxpayers money on foreign aid. Mitchell is now trying to spin how we are a foreign aid super power- has he completely lost the plot? With immigration out of control, free education being provided to EU students and 241,000 other students (and families) here why do we need to spend overseas. Add the 242,000 NET immigration and the 160,000+ asylum seekers each a year and the government might, just might, realise that our public services are over whelmed and Landsley’s reforms will change sweet FA.

      Cameron has failed to deliver on EU promises, immigration, defence and tax reductions for savers. Cameron and McClegg are squeezing the middle class voters like never before and giving it away under their social mobility ethos.

      Today it is recognised that their HE policy will fail our university students (the future prosperity of the UK). EU students will be provided free university education and overseas students will claim loans from usBoth groups taking the places of British students while English students have fees increased to £9,000 per year which is not sustainable and most parents through taxes have already paid for. Is it any wonder that cambridge and Oxford have made a no confidence vote in the stupid Willetts socialist reforms helping all the poor reach university irrespective that they do not have the grades to be there in preference to those that do.

      If this was not bad enough the government has now introduced priority for poor people to move their children to schools in preference to middle class people who live near by. Contrast this to Blair and Harman sending their kids to the London Oratory (Catholic) School and Mc Clegg considering the same for his children when he is an atheist. Other faith schools are also supported by funding by the government when ordinary middle class people are getting fooked over in every respect of life.

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      • 162
        Ignorant LibDem MP and Spy, friend of Drug Dealers, from Portsmouth says:

        Eh?

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      • 165
        Be concise says:

        No one reads long boring comments like that

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        • 166
          Crash says:

          I got the jist of it, like all UK people the amount of foreign aid sent to nuclear-armed states is a constant source of pride and reassurance to the commenter who is worried about the inability in some of the remotest villages in poor nuclear-armed countries to conduct their banking via mobile phone. The horror.

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          • ichabod says:

            Doesn’t that Mitchell look an unctuous, ambitious,self regarding creep. I wouldn’t trust him with my daughter’s pocket money ( to quote Jeff Randall). Apparently BC he was an astringent right winger.

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  2. 2
    Davros says:

    He’s fucked.

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    • 9
      Triminghams strap-on says:

      He will be when we get home

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      • 18
        Anonymous says:

        Lavish spending on foreign aid is making Britain a ‘development superpower’ and voters should take the same pride in it as they do in the Armed Forces and the Queen, a senior minister said yesterday.
        International Development Secretary Andrew Mitchell admitted the Coalition was facing ‘bracing’ criticism over its decision to increase aid spending by 34 per cent to £12billion at a time of austerity at home.
        But he insisted the money was achieving ‘brilliant’ results and making Britain admired around the world. His comments sparked an angry backlash from Tory MPs last night, with one accusing him of talking ‘complete tosh’.

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        • 26
          I didn't vote Tory so this could happen, and I won't vote Tory again says:

          I feel no pride in this at all. I feel revulsion that my taxes have gone up in order to p!ss £650million to Pah Kiss Tan’s schools, because their own government won’t spend its own money on them. Not “can’t” spend the money; “won’t”.

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          • Bob Monkhouse says:

            What’s nice about real Tories is how they reveal themselves as the selfish c*nts they are when it comes to aid. It’s about the only decent thing this government is doing.

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          • Robert De Zouch says:

            If the British people want to give foreign aid, let them but don’t force them.

            What’s the point of all these foreign aid charities badgering people at every supermarket door in the land with their cash buckets when the government is raiding its citizens taxes in order to buy yet another african regime the best things in life.

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          • British Money for Britain says:

            Isn’t Camoron’s Big Society about people doing things, not government?

            You want money p!ssed down a drain in Islamabad, you post your own there. Leave mine out of it.

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          • Anonymous says:

            Millions of pounds of British aid money have been spent on helping Pakistanis manage their bank accounts on their mobile phones, it emerged yesterday.
            Ministers revealed that taxpayers’ cash has gone to firms in Pakistan and Kenya which offer customers the convenience of monitoring their accounts on their mobile phones rather than having to visit a bank.
            The Coalition defended the spending, saying that more than one billion people in developing countries have a mobile but do not have a bank account.

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          • Dave's BS opt out. says:

            Cameron’s Big Society has an exclusion clause when it come to Foreign aid.

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          • Archer Karcher says:

            DfID gives £1.3 billion taken forcibly from British taxpayers to India, who then buy £1.5 billion worth of Russian fighter jets and a nice new aircraft carrier.
            The poor in India are the Indian government’s responsibility, however they obviously could not care less about their own people, so we must be forced to and because we do not have enough money, our own aircraft carriers will have French aircraft.
            This government is continuity-ZaNu.

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          • misterned says:

            The current UK Foreign aid policy amounts to stealing from the poor of a rich country to give to the rich from other rich countries.

            It is insane. Let us keep more of our own money through tax cuts and WE THE PEOPLE will probably willingly give more to charity than the government would have.

            After all in the aftermath of the 2004 tsunami in the Indian ocean, the Western Governments were humiliated and embarrassed by the pittance they gave in comparison to what the people willingly gave.

            However if the government had said it would levy a new tax to raise money for the aid effort, then that would have caused greater resentment.

            Create a successful economy, allow and encourage entrepreneurs to create wealth and then allow ordinary people keep more of their own wealth instead of taxing it, and then voluntary donations to charities and foreign aid efforts would increase. Possibly by more than the amount that the Government is increasing it by.

            I do understand what the government is doing by increasing aid to Pakistan. It is trying to convince the pakistani communities to vote tory. However their are far too many corrupt Pakistani labour councillors and “community leaders” who arrange mass postal voting for labour for this policy to work.

            It is also too easy an open goal for labour to show that this government are scrapping sixth former’s Education Maintenance Allowance to increase the spend by that same amount subsidising education in Pakistan.

            So WTF?

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          • Anonymous says:

            ZanuBluLabour

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          • Crash says:

            An opt out would be desirable, perhaps you could choose to withhold (not have the PAYE take) that part of your taxes if you felt like it. The total amount for foreign aid would be determined by the number of people not opting out. Of course the government would not like the money allocated being decided in that democratic manner. They prefer a situation where you vote Labour in and foreign aid goes up, or you vote the tories in and foreign aid goes up.

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          • Crash says:

            f*ck off Guido, why do my comments get moderated all the time?

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        • 107
          Some Tory boyz are shit says:

          I’ve no problem with spending on aid. I have a massive problem with giving aid to a country like India who has money for a nuclear program and a space program. What next, aid to the US and Germany?

          Aid to the very poorest in the world to ensure they develope and that their populations no longer need to emigrate to us to make a living.

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          • Anonymous says:

            I have Indian aquaintances who proudly tell me that Indian cities are now first world cities with many many university educated technological innovators.

            If the richest and powerful and the ruling classes in India choose to stick two fingers up to their poorest then that is their shame, not our problem.

            Every time I ring a call centre I am answered by well educated multilingual Indians. Enough, re aid to India, is enough.

            Aid to genuinely poor countries is fine though.

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          • Leftwing cunts can go to Hell says:

            If you want to donate to the very poorest in the world, pop along to Oxfam.

            My wages are mine. Not yours. Not Camoron’s. Mine.

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          • Crash says:

            The people only allow the government to represent them so that services such as defence and policing can be provided which would be hard to arrange without government can be administered. The government should draw the line for the redistribution of funds where it is sufficient to maintain a stable and humane society. There are perfectly good charities to donate to help Pakistan maintain its nuclear arsenal (if you ignore the sky high salaries of the staff).

            It is baffling to me that this DfID exists. We have poor people here, very deprived communities, mental illness, 3 m unemployed and yet we squander money on the poor in nuclear states. I heard on radio 4 that sometimes a 10% efficiency (i.e. 10% of the funds actually do any good) is actually considered good by DfID in some nations. That is an outrage.

            They could at least be forced to buy from our arms industry for that.

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        • 122
          AC1 says:

          We are just making a world of benefit addicted chav states.

          You see the respect chavs have for those forced to fund them? Neither do I.

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          • Comment of the day says:

            +1 x 1 million billion.

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          • Iloathlefties says:

            I don’t want my taxes (borrowings) going to the third world when we have the 3rd world coming here as well. About 650,000 of them for free health, housing, benefits etc at “our” expense. Our politicians are stupid. If I wish to give to charity fine. But not my taxes!!!!!!!! Assholes. If they have enough money to give away, cut our taxes first or equip our military so we don’t have to share bugger all with France.

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          • Anonymous says:

            Iloathlefties, the reason the third world are coming here is because those people are from … the third world. Helping uprate the third world with aid is surely a way to stop them coming here.

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          • Maximus says:

            What has “aid” got to do with it? Helping uprate the third world to developed nation standards would stop them coming here (and solve the “population crisis”). They need help: technology, capital, and the right attitude. Unfortunately, while the former two are available in plenty, only the Chinese have the third to export.

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        • 159
          Winston Umboko says:

          Can I have some of your aid please? The ashtrays in my big black Merc are full…

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      • 181
        steam Iron@specksavers says:

        Is it just me or is FUGLY?

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    • 20
      Anonymous says:

      Addressing a foreign policy conference in London, Mr Mitchell said: ‘Just as the Americans are a military superpower, we are a development superpower – we are in the lead.
      ‘My ambition is that over the next four years people will come to think across our country – in all parts of it – of Britain’s fantastic development work around the poorest parts of the world with the same pride and satisfaction that they see in some of our great institutions like the Armed Forces and the monarchy.
      ‘This is brilliant work that Britain is doing.’

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      • 34
        Camoron's an utter cunt says:

        Mitchell and the rest of Camoron’s acolytes live on a different planet.

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      • 71
        Prince Andrew says:

        Considering the Armed Forces can go fuck themselves, that’s hardly a ringing endorsement. Brenda’s thick as fuck and her inbred spawn don’t break the bank in the intellect stakes – groovy!

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      • 87
        Dave Cameron's Conservative Party says:

        You cannot be trusted with your own income. All your money belongs to us, to do with as we please.

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        • 105
          Dick the Prick says:

          It’s rather clever when you triangulate in the immigration and human rights industries that Labour created.

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        • 142
          Anonymous says:

          Yes, I see you plan to give quite a chunk of it to the arch diddler Laws. C unts.

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          • Crash says:

            Dave’s plan, give away all our money so that foreigners can improve the army of hostile nuclear-armed states and ask that we become even more indebted in order to boost the economy to increase tax revenues. Of course as the economy grows the amount of foreign aid will go up, so everybody’s happy because if you decide not to pay your debt back, the banks will be bailed out.

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    • 22
      Body Language says:

      They don’t exactly look the best of friends. Can civil partners get DIVORCED?

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      • 164
        Glyn H says:

        According to Heffer (Strictly English) one married bonker is single adultery, if the bonkee is also married it is double adultery. Does a civil partnership count in this context?

        Personally I’m all for good old fashioned fornication!

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  3. 3
    Anonymous says:

    In second class as well! Must have been a set up picture opportunity.

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    • 36
      Bean Sprout says:

      He’s getting used to being caught on camera.

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    • 138
      Diddler hater says:

      Ho hum. Maybe he’s f ucked, maybe he isn’t.

      What about some pictures of Laws rubbing his hands together in glee at his soon to come reward for robbing us.

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    • 173
      Anonymous says:

      Hope he doen’t put in for a 1st.class fare when he claims on his expenses.

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  4. 4
    Chris Huhne says:

    You ain’t seen me. Right?

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  5. 5
    is it says:

    Did he have a ticket?

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  6. 6
    Jay Mason says:

    Beat Billy Bum Boy

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  7. 7
    Hugh Janus says:

    I had rather hoped he’d been snapped on the Eurostar, the taxpayer having purchased for him a one-way ticket…..

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    • 10
      Hugh Janus says:

      And here’s some really good reading material for his journey (should make him choke on his coffee):

      http://opinion.financialpost.com/2011/04/07/climate-models-go-cold/

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      • 17
        David Evans says:

        Every bit of carbon dioxide that we emit warms the planet

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        • 23
          Keir Starmer says:

          Picture of a big volcano going off in Chile in papers this am – surely that does more damage to environment than a few planes. Yet I dont see Huhne trying to do something about them

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          • David Evans says:

            I’m not really David Evans you know.

            Pretty pictures of volcanoes might impress you, but other people do actually measure the effects. So when you say “surely” because of how pretty the picture is, you’re wrong.

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          • Save the Planet - burn an eco-looney says:

            When Mount St Helens errupted in May 1980, it pumped-out more CO2 than mankind had managed since the beginning of the first Industrial Revolution.

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          • Fact Check: says:

            Mt St Helens: Best estimate of cumulative emissions = 0.2GT CO2
            Industrial Output = 20GT/yr CO2

            Why Mt St Helens, anyway? Pinatubo was a much bigger eruption (but still not big enough).

            Don’t deny the facts. The dodgy model predictions and the assumptions that we’ll all die if the world warms by a couple of degrees – that’s a different matter.

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          • No says:

            Mt St Helens = 0.2 GT total
            Industry = 20 GT / year

            Not even close.

            Why deny the facts, when the dodgy models and dodgy assumptions that we’ll all die if the world warms by a couple of degrees are the problem?

            PS Why Mt St Helens anyway? Pinatubo was considerably bigger (but not big enough)

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          • University of East Anglia Climate Change Fabrication Unit says:

            Thank you for using our (fabricated) figures. Your cheque is in the post.

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          • David Evans says:

            Why do you react like that, and are you the same person on this threadlet who might have used 4 different names?

            “burn an eco-looney” appears to have swallowed a sound bite, which on inspection holds no water. its false. Not based on any science, probably made up without any justification at all.

            The points are just too subtle for you, and thats the point of post 16.

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          • David Evans says:

            Why do you react like that, and are you the same person on this threadlet who might have used 4 different names?

            “burn an eco-looney” seems to have swallowed a sound bite, which on inspection holds no water. its false. Not based on any science, probably made up without any justification at all.

            The points are just too subtle for you, and thats the point of post 16.

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        • 28
          Raving Green Nutter says:

          Stop breathing then, you breath carbon in at 338 ppm and breathe it out at 44,000 ppm, planet killer!!

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      • 126
        AC1 says:

        Is there anyone left who hasn’t realised that CAGW is just a giant scam?

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        • 131
          David Cameron says:

          Me!

          Well, I have really, but as a way of grabbing more tax off you, you have to admit it’s quite a wheeze.

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        • 149
          David Evans says:

          Carbon credits look like a scam.
          Wind turbines are almost OK, but probably the real con is that its a keynsian scheme that won’t work.
          PV cells are about 4x too expensive, but cross our fingers eh?
          I don’t believe there are fortunes to be made in scientific acedemia.
          But making daft films does.

          There are many things going wrong, but it doesnt link together into a single giant scam.

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          • Crash says:

            A credible scientist would make a lot by debunking climate change conclusively due to books/media etc and probably prizes, the scientists studying it full time have little time to write books and earn a pitiful amount in general. They seem to agree that it’s happening, if it does happen that man changes the climate then we will have to adapt. Let’s just hope not too much of the UK ends up under water. If not then no great loss has been incurred. Only some people will have less money to buy plastic crap with.

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  8. 8

    Ms. Trimingham being on the left or the right of the pic?

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  9. 11
    A Pensioner says:

    Looks like the cun’ts drinking Guiness, but I’m sure its a low fat latte – what a tw@t

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  10. 12
    Congressman does a Bryant says:

    Guido, unless I’ve missed it, why no coverage of the hilarious scandal involving a Democrat Congressman with the rather appropriate name Anthony Wiener who’s admitted sending a photo of himself in his underpants to a woman? Wiener shows his wiener and other assorted predictable but funny jokes.

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    • 49
      Backwoodsman says:

      beeboids , natch, can’t actually bring themselves to admit he was a Democrat !

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  11. 13
    Rascal says:

    She obviously needs glasses to read the text.
    Vanity?
    Cannot see why looking at her.

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    • 29
      Lembit Optik says:

      I think Carina’s a babe.

      Dirty too, I bet.

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      • 38
        Cynic says:

        With that wistful look she’s probably looking at pictures of Chris Bryant in his underwear and dreaming of what might have been

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        • 55
          Archer Karcher says:

          She’s texting another bulldyke, Huhne has been begging her for a spit roast.

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  12. 14
    Cold Turkey says:

    Billy’s been experiencing withdrawal the last two weeks PMQs hasn’t been on. Fear not, Mr Bowden! It returns tomorrow and you can get your fix.

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  14. 16
    (I've been renamed) DA-Notice says:

    Chav Class, but I bet those Caffe Nero coffees are on exes, inc. hers. (Still thinks she’s a man in drag.)

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  15. 21
    Rt Hon Gordon Brown MP, messaging live from his toilet in Fife says:

    I’m still doing fuck all and collecting my salary. It’s all part of my moral compass.

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  16. 24
    Chocolate money says:

    All citizens and residents of the 17 euro-area Member States will be able to vote on the design of a new 2-euro coin via the internet.

    http://europa.eu/rapid/pressReleasesAction.do?reference=IP/11/674&format=HTML&aged=0&language=EN&guiLanguage=en

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  17. 25
    Cynic says:

    Coffee from Cafe Nero. No taste!

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  18. 30
    Cynic says:

    Memo to Chris ….. Lesbian girfriend is chic but that open cuff look is so Noughties. Time to move on

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  19. 31
    SpAd attack says:

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    • 39
      I detest Cameron says:

      Who is Chris Myers? Why should I give a shit what he thinks?

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      • 52
        They're all smug, sneering Celt cunts at the BBC, 'cept Kuenssbergs whom I wish to bum intensely says:

        But you care enough to post a comment, anus

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    • 40
      They're all smug, sneering Celt cunts at the BBC, 'cept Kuenssbergs whom I wish to bum intensely says:

      His problem with the IMF economists is that he cant bully or smear them

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      • 67
        Ed Millimuppet says:

        My shwadow chancellor ith wight and its all those nwasty econwists fault and ith you dont believe me I will sweam and sweam until I am thick – tho there

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      • 97
        Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

        GUess thaqt deffo rules out Gordon for IMF then if even his own side are slagging the IMF off….

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    • 130
      AC1 says:

      What do you do if you think the IMF are Huntz and you also know ed balls is a Hunt?

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    • 157
      Errr..... says:

      Is it a normal to want to take a baseball bat to the TV whenever Ed Balls is on it? Quite enjoyed Paxman’s incredulous expressions in reaction to Ball’s statements. The man’s a joke.

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

    She’s thinking of big juicy minge pieces, not twats

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  21. 41
    Lady Virginia Droit de Seigneur says:

    Looks like two 65 year old Presbyterian ladies on the way back from their annual day trip to Brighton.

    Or two badly done up trannies.

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    • 180
      jheath says:

      How impolite not to let the lady sit in the window seat. Are manners dead? With LibDems obviously yes.

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  22. 48
    Selohesra says:

    What a hypocrit – surely a Greenie like Huhne does not make use of such climate change factories as Gatwick unless it is for the most important of ministerial business – certainly not for pleasure. Although looking at her face I cant see he’d get much pleasure doing that.

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  23. 51
    Ed Millimuppet says:

    What! No gunthwite

    ith he off the hook?

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  24. 54
    Cynic says:

    Shouldn’t he be out governing the country not travelling cross country with a squeeze?

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    • 70
      Best he does nothing, like Brown says:

      No. This is Chris Huhne we’re talking about.

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    • 73
      Archer Karcher says:

      Huhne has caused enough damage to the country already, best keep him as far away from ‘governing’ as possible.

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  25. 56
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Bet he wishes he was married to a woman…..

    Morning fellow window lickers, Is PMQS back today?

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  26. 58
    nell says:

    Well I hope he hasn’t been anywhere at our expense.

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  27. 65
    tat says:

    Is Chris Huhne pleasuring himself with his left hand ?

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  28. 66
    Prole says:

    I’ve perfected that slight open mouthed look
    when I’m reading as well. And the dribble is coming
    on nicely.

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  29. 76
    What is important is says:

    They’re a rather humourless bunch over at the Guardian forums. I once went on it for a laugh and posted a comment mocking Tony Blair’s habit of saying “what is important is”, which is very mild given his litany of crimes, and they reacted as though I’d called for his death. :-D

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    Thats News says:

    He is thinking: “Who the Hell WAS my wife driving for that evening? I am the noe wgo does affairs, not her!”

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  32. 90
    Jill Ette says:

    By the way that ain’t no phone she’s holding , that’s a battery shaver.

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  33. 93
    Gordon Brown says:

    I’m 100th! Yay!

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  34. 98
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    did they travel first class?

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    • 102
      Cuts are for little people. says:

      Did he have a taxpayer-funded chauffeur waiting to collect him at the station? Again.

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  35. 101
    Venerable Bede says:

    It would be interesting to know when Huhne’s name was first moved onto the ‘expendable’ list of burnt offerings who will not be saved when their crimes are bought to light.

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  36. 108
    Ed Balls, Shallow Chancer says:

    The IMF is wrong, the U.S. Treasury Secretary is wrong, everyone is wrong. I am the only person calling it correctly.

    http://on.ft.com/ksvDMW

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    • 114
      Let's hope Blinky likes opposition. says:

      Whooooooosh!

      Did you see that, Ed? Your chances of become Chancellor, disappearing over the horizon.

      Let’s see an action-replay:

      Whooooooosh!

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  37. 109
    I says:

    Evidently They were returning from the “performance”

    There is a line between artistic shock and shocking art. The thuggishly nude show at Sadler’s Wells proceeded to cross it. One of the dancers, spotting Mr Jennings, tried to steal his pen and notepad. Mr Jennings gripped tight to them.
    The dancer, outraged that someone was declining to kowtow to all this nudist japery, retaliated by pulling off the Observer man’s glasses and spitting on them gobbily. He handed them back ‘with a sneer’ (and a slimy smear) before returning to the stage, his pleased-with-itself sausage and veg flapping around for all to see.

    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1395061/Naked-dancers-jumping-audience-This-sort-trashing-manners-assault-values.html#ixzz1OZyyA54Z

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  38. 111
    Age says:

    Can I ask what people’s ages here are? I’m 34 and curious to get an idea of the age range here.

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    You mean you've actually reproduced? *SHIVER* says:

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    • 116
      All pie. Keys are. Tea leaves. says:

      Probably stolen to order.

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    • 139
      Wotak Hunt says:

      If it’s an ‘open letter’ then surely anyone who wants to, can read it ??

      Just another dodgy Liebour attention-seeker.

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      • 175
        not interested says:

        Why do these people think anyone has the slightest interest in anything they say or do?He’s completely self-obsessed.

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    • 183
      Lady Virginia Droit de Seigneur says:

      MacShane’s a cnut just ignore him until he gets banged up for expenses fraud then all enjoy a really good laugh.

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  40. 113
    Spank Sinatra says:

    They so deserve each other. Clearly such a happy couple.

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    Right on Nige says:

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  42. 151
    Anonymous says:

    He will be leaving real soon now . . .

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  43. 153
    leejun says:

    Am I the only one who thought Huhne was Louis Theroux at first glance?

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  44. 154
    Errr..... says:

    Are you sure that isn’t a photo of Louis Theroux?

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  45. 155
    H11 HNE says:

    That’s not me. It’s Louis Theroux

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  46. 179
    Anonymous says:

    The theory of the ‘APHRODISIAC OF POWER’ clearly has its limits…

    Maybe this is the ‘exception that proves the rule’ ??

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  47. 184

    Hello there. I need to to ask something…is the following a wordpress web log as we are thinking about shifting over to WP. Furthermore did you make this theme on your own? Appreciate it.

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  48. 185
    Trainman? Cigar Him! says:

    Chairman Trim a Gin?

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“..I could have taken more action and probably dealt with this issue better.”



Owen Jones says:

We also need Zil lanes.


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