June 16th, 2011

Clegg’s Pointed Jibe


322 Comments

  1. 1

    Well, he hasn’t suffered enough yet.

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    • 30
      WVM says:

      I concur, Billy where’s your rope?

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        Anonymous says:

        Official data said retail sales volumes more than reversing the previous month’s 1.1pc gain with a drop of 1.4pc, including petrol, as worries about the economy resurfaced hitting food stores and household good retailers.
        The Office for National Statistics said It was the biggest fall since January 2010 and well below analysts’ forecasts for a fall of 0.6pc.

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          Mr Angry's silk stockings says:

          The constant price hikes for food in supermarkets while pay remains at 0% annual increases might have something to with it. Unless you’re an MP of course. They apparently recently voted themselves a 25% pension increase.

          Good to know that Dave and all the other millionaires in the cabinet think we’re all pulling together and bearing the brunt of the country’s difficult situation.

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          • David Laws Lib Dem fiddler says:

            Go to the DPM website and you will see that McClegg has responsibility for reforming politics/Lords etc. When is he going to have the balls to sort out Laws or Huhne?

            When is he going to bring MPs into the real world about pay, pensions, morals values etc? McClegg needs to reflect on the his comments about Balls today, they equally apply to him and the Lie Dems. He might want to have a word in socialist Cuckoo Cables ears while he is at it because he is absolutely clueless on economics.

            Read Webb’s standard reply to justifying changing public sector pensions from RPI to CPI- complete shite. Add this to the recent 25% increase to MPs pensions and we all need to ask what the hell they are doing. Brown has not been present for most of the year and can still accrue his pension rights- how is that right or proper? The same applies to all the MPs with second jobs. it is an absolute scandal.

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          • Crikey says:

            No one seems concerned that the superb pension scheme that MPs voted for themselves seems to be untouched by any austerity measures? Can they really slip under the radar so easily.

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          Smig says:

          Biggest fall in 18 months. Good to see the liars, damn liars and statisticans like to use long baselines for their analyses.

          We’re not spending because we’re busy paying off our mortgages and debts before we get taxed to high heaven in order to bail out the PIGS.

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      • 79
        Anonymous says:

        Families who reject green measures such as insulating their homes should be hit with higher council-tax bills, Energy Secretary Chris Huhne has urged.
        The Liberal Democrat minister said he expected ‘enlightened’ councils to favour homeowners who made their properties more energy efficient.

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        • 82
          h_pont says:

          what an utter arsehole. people who don’t insulate their houses are hit by higher fuel costs, it’s called the market you stupid commie cun’t

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          • twat bingo says:

            someone is playing games.

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          • Archer Karcher says:

            The energy market in this country is a rigged market, where consumers are forced to subsidise ridiculously inefficient wind farms and the like, via hidden tariffs and subsidies, driving up prices and creating energy poverty.
            Government tax and subsidy policy distorts the free market in an entirely artificial way and deliberately denies low cost energy, for end users.
            They should be ashamed of their actions, but as usual, they could not care less.

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        • 99

          Why not just burn them?
          That way those who don’t want to conform with the state are disposed of. And it helps reduce global population. And it helps heat the homes of those who understand the necessity of compliance with government wishes.

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        • 104
          BaggPuss says:

          Yes, I saw that – here’s a link http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2004057/Chris-Huhne-Homes-leak-energy-pay-tax.html .

          Why isn’t the Climate warming turd Huhne in jail?

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          • David Laws Lib Dem fiddler says:

            Instead of extra marital shagging with a Lesbanian, he should concentrate on lowering energy prices for the public and stop subsidising private wind mill companies.

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        • 148
          A Charming Martini says:

          “Families who reject green measures such as insulating their homes should be hit with higher council-tax bills, Energy Secretary Chris Huhne has urged.”

          If insulating saved money people would do it tosave money wouldn’t they?

          Anyone with a brain can see that. Oh, now I see the pr problem.

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          • sockpuppet #4 says:

            “If insulating saved money …”

            Well no, they wouldnt. There might well be people with houses where there would be a 1 year payback, but Last time I looked into anything it was a 5 year payback. So I couldn’t be bothered.

            Reminds me. I need to look at my boiler, I’m sure its burning too rich.

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        • 215
          Council tax payer says:

          And how many new council jobsworths will need to be hired to check all premises?

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    • 50
      David Laws says:

      Keep it up Nick. And me next please.

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      • 223
        David Laws Lib Dem fiddler says:

        McClegg could help the country- he could permanently fook off to Spain.

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    • 57
      Diddler dem hater says:

      To be fair Huhne, despite all the smoke, still isn’t burning.

      It would be nice if Clegg could come out with something condemning corruption and diddling or with something constructive or helpful about the country.

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      • 97

        “It would be nice if Clegg could come out with something condemning corruption and diddling or with something constructive or helpful about the country.”

        You’re very optimistic.

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    • 107
      Another Tory's view on ra*e says:

      Boris Johnson has claimed that women ‘cannot resist’ men such as Dominique Strauss-Kahn, according to his sister.
      The Mayor of London is reported to have made the comments during an exchange with Rachel Johnson about the former head of the International Monetary Fund, who is facing trial for the alleged sexual assault of a hotel maid.

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      • 153
        Handy Cocked says:

        See. I told you the bitches are asking for it. All the time. They all are. All of them. All the time.

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      • 158
        Lard Prescott says:

        It’s true. That and a bloke who can’t resist makin ignorant tory bastard taxpayer buy im a jag and a mansion. That bird working for me were all over me.

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      • 219
        Contrary says:

        Then why was the maid not chuffed with Mr Strauss Khan’s attentions?

        Just when I was starting to think Boris would be a viable alternative to Dave’s lack of ability he show’s the ‘judgement’ to come out with a remark like that.

        Are all privileged Tories like that?

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    • 200
      Gordon Brown says:

      Today I am an unpaired t-test

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    • 202
      Socialism has murdered 150 million human beings pride says:

      Lets hope the bastard gets his points sliced off.

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    • 203
      Socialism has murdered 150 million human beings pride says:

      Lets hope the bastard gets his points sliced off

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  2. 2
    Handycock says:

    Especially to a Parliamentary Commissioner

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

    Not bad for Cleggie, When he leaves politics he should get a stand up show on the BBC.

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    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    How many weeks has Hunt been hanging now?

    I have a deep feeling that he will ride this out, pigs wont do nowt as not in “the public intrest”(fuck the rule of law) , One law for them etc….

    I Have a nice shiney new lampost with some rope attached and Chris Hunts name on it.

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      Selohesra says:

      It may well be that he will hang on now but its been a joy that he has had to stay hiding all this time and is now totally ineffectual. Good thing he wasn’t doing an important job though.

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      Boris' lack of judgement says:

      To be fair, if he’s innocent then why should he be hung?

      Now Laws on the other hand … must be treated harshly – I don’t believe in hanging.

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    Smig says:

    What do points make?

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  6. 6
    Crown Prosecution Service says:

    …and we’re very much looking forward to getting our points across as well, just as soon as Downing Street OK it for us to launch the prosecution. Apparently, the holdup is to do with finding another Lib Dem to step up to being a Minister. Expect a decision before Christmas.

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    1,000,000 visitor (again) says:

    Yay!

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  8. 9

    Modded to death.

    Ed Balls sounded like an old 80’s Harry Enfield character denying labour’s overspending on J.Vine.

    “Waste-a-moooonneeeee!!!”

    “Vat cut! Waste-a-money! I luv it…coz i can get loads. whack it on never-ever card..
    I’m a plasterer see. An’ i plaster cash all over the feckless. Print it,borrow it, make it, take it, nick it out the pensions, out the petroL tax. Out of the body armour for troops..
    Hello old lady..Want a new house? .I’m giving them to anyone who wants one…as long as they weren’t born in this country. ‘ere…look at my wad….Loads-a-taxes….never seen nuffin’ like it I ain’t.. look at this Dome. £2 billion quid. I sold it for a quid. ..know why? Because I’m Waste-a-money! Most profitable venue in Europe that O2 is. When we had it it lost £1 million a day…
    Airport consultation? I Spent £500k on that and then rigged the results anyway, and still didn’t manage to fiddle it. Never mind. …Waste-A-money!

    ‘ere mate. You wanna put Vat up, then down, then up again, then down again. Costs the retailers millions..and does bugger all..Waste-a-money!!

    I’m finkin’ of havin’ a regional parliament in every street. That’ll cost billions. Gotta go..Got a cash sandwich for lunch. Cash on rye. I don’t even eat it. I just bung it in the sea. Waste-a-money…!!”

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  9. 14
    rotten cripple says:

    both deserve to be kicked in the shins by that bigotted woman, or a hippo. Either one woud make me happy/

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  10. 16
    Postal Vote says:

    No coHuhnes!

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  11. 21
    Mark Pack says:

    Tut tut Guido, Still flogging a dead horse?

    You and your right wing nut jobs hate seeing a Libreal doing well at his job, This weak effort to try and remove such a important member of the goverment when he is working hard for cleaner, greener and safer country is pathitic.

    Why do you not just admit you got it wrong? We promise we will not laugh to loudly.

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    • 26
      Tessa Tickles says:

      Libreal? Pathitic?

      At least you’re avoiding those nasty complicated apostrophes.

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      • 32
        LulzSec says:

        The grammar police are always deployed to kettle anyone who isn’t a right-wing Randian

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        • 39
          Tessa Tickles says:

          He’s co-editor of a LimpDim blog. An ambassador for the LimpDim party. What would be a pre-requisite for that job, I wonder? Basic understanding of English, perhaps?

          You’d think so, wouldn’t you?

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          • Squirty says:

            You’re shooting a fish in a barrel here. The fellow is an illiterate — and hence an ideal ambassador for the Libs, real or imagined.

            Actually, there’s fuck all liberal about these statist cretins. They’re just another layer of hookworms clinging to the alimentary tract of the economy.

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          • sockpuppet #4 says:

            oh come on, its a piss take, and he’s kind enough to have started giving us big clues.

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          • Jabba the Cat says:

            “An ambassador for the LimpDim party…”

            That be a tosser then?

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          • I says:

            Oops Tessa ….take another look you missed one two!

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        • 44
          Nemo says:

          And poor old Billy

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        pedant backstopper says:

        Whoops – you missed the missing ‘o’ needed for too loudly. 9/10

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    • 29
      Tessa Tickles says:

      “a important” “goverment” “to loudly”.

      Keep ‘em coming, Mark. It’s hysterical.

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      • 40

        I quite like Mark Pack.

        Its Huhne’s subsidised energy policies that need looking at.
        They are going to have liberals screeching about how ‘something must be done’ when the elderly must sit in tinfoil from November to April or freeze to death as they can’t afford the green energy bill.
        “We never thought hiking already high heating bills 55% would cause such hardship,” says well meaning Liberal, wringing hands and wailing about unintended consequences.

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        • 51
          Tessa Tickles says:

          I laughed like a hyena over Vince Cable’s about-turn on fuel prices. For years the Happy Hippy LimpDums berated car users, demanding that no-one drive. Now that petrol’s £1.37 a litre, Cable’s bleating that an increasing number of people can’t afford to use their cars.

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      • 43
        Selohesra says:

        This can’t be the real Mark Pack – someones hacked his account and is having a laugh

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    • 34
      Smig says:

      Tut Tut LibDemVoice. Still trying to convince yourself that people care what you think?
      9% support and falling isn’t it?

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    • 35
      Nostradamus says:

      And I promise not to laugh too loudly when all the cleaner, greener safer nonsense being peddled by Huhne leads to rolling blackouts and a 200% rise in electricity bills.

      If he can’t see through the self-serving lies of a bunch of crooked scientists waving dodgy computer models and hockey stick graphs around he doesn’t deserve to hold high office.

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    • 37
      LulzSec says:

      The dark forces have been circling ever since he dared to put his head about the parapet over AV.

      The cons do politrics to a tee

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    • 62
      Four-eyed English Genius says:

      hate seeing a Libreal doing well at his job

      Still waiting to see one!

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  12. 27
    Chris Huhne's first hit single says:

    I drove all night

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  13. 31
    Mark a Pack a says:

    Huhne should be above any investigation cos he does a good job?
    Micka maka moo isn’t life a pip

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  14. 33
    Chris strap-on Huhne says:

    I get my point across because of my vast political experience. I have also in the past been a member of both the Labour Party and the Conservatives. Anyone who claims I am only in politics for my own interests will get sued, with money provided by my great friend Handycocks’ business colleagues from Portsmouth. So watch it. Boaz Handy.

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    • 110
      Handycock (Teen Fondler) says:

      Jahbulon Chris. Sir Michael and the Chief Constable, Essex, both say Boaz.

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      Former Naval Person says:

      Agreed Chris Huhne is good at getting his points across… but Handycock beats all comers at getting his leg across.

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  15. 36
    Nick Clegg says:

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  16. 38
    Mark Pack says:

    Now you see why some people feel the need to get injuctions out, The smears from this site only take away from the meaningful debate and polices that Chris has implemented to make this great country great again.

    Have you right wingers no shame?

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    • 45
      Tax Payer says:

      We don’t come here for meaningful debate.

      Yes, we have shame. But we also have a sense of humour, and a sense of the ridiculous.

      And I guess most of us wouldn’t call ourselves right wing.

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    • 47
      Smig says:

      Meaningful debate? Here? Don’t be saft.
      This is the greatest menagerie of politically incorrect commenters in the world.

      You big yellow bummer.

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    • 49
      Gonk says:

      Did you go to the pub for lunch Mark ?

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    • 63
      China says:

      Mister Chris Huhne special person friend! We in China building two coal fired power stations every week. We grow economy, mighty powerful. Mister Huhne from Ingerland impose ridiculous rules on Ingerlish businesses, destroy Ingerland! Ah! Economic competitor sinks beneath sea for no reason whatsoever!

      Chris Huhne, useful idiot.

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    • 70
      Four-eyed English Genius says:

      Your having a laugh, aren’t you? Aren’t you????? You do not have to be e right winger to think Huhne is a complete hoon!

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      • 90
        Mark Prick says:

        Chris Huhne is a genius! By driving like a reckless idiot, Chris Huhne makes Britain a safer place! By increasing his car’s CO2 emissions, he’s improving the environment!

        You right wing nut jobs wouldn’t understand.

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    • 77
      Ryan Giggs says:

      Speaking as a left whinger… (Sir Alex was my mentor).

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      Socialism has murdered 150 million human beings pride says:

      I don’t have a sense of humour.

      Huhne is rotten eco-scum and so are you and the rest of the Limp-Dum crew.

      Thousands of years of filth, poverty, misery and early death: the human race manages in the last 100 years to get a little ahead of the game and all the marxistic scum of the earth jump up to try and put us back down where we started.

      Piss on you all.

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  17. 56
    WVM says:

    BBC News are headlining BollockEd’s VAT cut as a great idea based on one months retail sales figures.

    zzzzzzzzzzzzzz

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    • 305
      Labour voter at prayer says:

      ……….and those smug self satisfied shits on bbc at 5pm tonight introduced Balls as Chancellor – sniggering b***ards.

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  18. 64
    Libertarian says:

    “Meaningful Debate” in political terms meaning “Shut up and do as we say”, presumably.

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  19. 65
    Mark Pack says:

    I do not know how you lot sleep at night.

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  20. 69
    Pete says:

    Cleggs not that bright or quick witted.

    He is the son of a multi billionaire banker – he knows nothing & is as vacuous as his politics.

    One of the reasons the Limp Dums are suffering so much is because they have a multi millionaire priveliged son of a banker as its leader.

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    Mornington Crescent says:

    O/T, I like your Grauniad article, Guido, although I see in the Comments section that the Chief Exec of Macmillan is going to “respond”.

    Judging by the tone of his press release yesterday, he’s pretty pleased with himself for party politicising the debate:

    http://www.macmillan.org.uk/Aboutus/News/Latest_News/MacmillanurgesgovernmenttomakechangestoWelfareReformBill.aspx

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    • 92
      sockpuppet #4 says:

      I’ve now downgraded the whole episode to a bad game of PMQs.

      I would be more shocked if any of the people involved cheat when playing tiddlywinks, or abuse the “stamps” rule of conkers.

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  22. 95
    Ratsniffer says:

    Clegg is an utter tit who loves it when the heat is on someone else, as it diverts attention away from his own shortcomings, of which there are many.

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  23. 98
    Moussa Koussa says:

    “””It’s almost as if he’s enjoying his old foe suffering”””” In other words Nick is a classic nasty vindictive Tory at heart.

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    • 108
      Team Brown, Balls, Miliband and McBride says:

      Project Vulva

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        WokinghamChris says:

        As I said in the Telegraph last week, “Project Vulva” was the creation of NuLab’s Feminist Gulag – the administration of which has been seemlessly taken over by femail Ministers in the Coalition Government.

        Any bloke who does not know what the Feminist Gulag is finds out bloody quick, as soon as he is involved in a dispute with a women, and particularly when it involves the public services. All disputes are resolved in favour of the woman.

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    • 211
      Socialism has murdered 150 million human beings pride says:

      A vindictive remark

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    Mark Pack says:

    Well i hope you lot are happy now Because of your smears the Essex police have had to divert resorces away from real crimes like murder and rape to investigate Chris over a alleged petty offence from years ago.

    I hope you Guido and your right wing nut jobs get charged for wasting police time.

    We will see who has the last laugh comrade.

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    • 106
      Right wing nut job says:

      That’s right, I forgot. MP’s are above the law.

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      • 112
        Tessa Tickles says:

        Now now. Mark has spoken. Exceeding the speed limit is a “minor offence”. Along with getting someone else to carry the points.

        Core LimpDim values. I just can’t see why more people don’t vote for them.

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    • 109
      Tessa Tickles says:

      Resorces?

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    • 114
      Tessa Tickles says:

      “a alleged”? Oh come on.

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      • 130
        annette curton says:

        Yeah, its “an alleged” dumpkoff.

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        • 164
          Titford Hat says:

          It’s “dummkopf”.
          Mark Pack seems to be several sandwiches short of a picnic in the spelling department. Back to school!

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        • 230
          Gordon "Cheeky Chappie" Brown says:

          I have just had a dump and a trouser cough. They’ll need boiling now.

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    • 128
      Eamonn U Ensis says:

      I have absolutely no idea whether Huhne is guilty of what is alleged or not but the crux of this issue is not whether Huhne is guilty of speeding or even to an extent whether as is alleged he got his wife to take the blame thus avoiding losing his licence at a particularly crucial time for him. It’s about integrity and honesty.

      You’ve totally failed to understand exactly WHAT the problem is…..a politician and now a Minister of the Crown is alleged to have lied and encouraged his wife to break the law. If he is guilty of this what other rules/laws is he prepared to bend/break else could he be guilty of…I’m afraid that you like some politicians and the political class fail to understand that Minister’s need to like “Caesar’s Wife”….have integrity and not bend the law which they expect others to adhere to….and quite honestly I don’t care whether he’s LibDem,Labour or Conservative if guilty he is totally unfit to hold office whatever position he holds even that of PM….and I don’t need to be a “right wing nut job” to know that that is what the majority of voters think as well.

      So the investigation is in the public interest and if the Essex police find that Huhne as a case to answer he should be sacked.. it’s not the initial offence that does for politicians it’s their arrogance that laws are for lesser mortals not them and their attempts to cover up the offence rather than be straight and admit to speeding which is as you say minor but Huhne if it’s proven he’s guilty as moved this into a whole new class…perverting the rule of law and if he is guilty he deserves everything coming his way………

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      • 154
        Mark Pack says:

        Oh for gods sake, Chris is only human.
        I just hope your happy that families of mudered and rape vicims will have to wait longer for justice because of this cheap right wing smear campiagn.

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        • 172
          Gonk says:

          Take your manufactured concerns and
          cram them up your Khyber you little prick.

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        • 174
          Cynical-old-bag says:

          Chris may be “only human”, Mark, but he is also a public servant. We (in essence) pay his wages and we are entitled to expect a standard which befits his Appointment.

          Mr Huhne falls a long way short of that.

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          Socialism has murdered 150 million human beings pride says:

          “Chris” is an evil sack of eco-shite. Anything that helps to destroy arrogant scum who is trying to impoverish me and mine is wonderful. Before its done I hope Huhne and the rest of you freaks are utterly finished and living in the gutter.

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        • 288
          Martin Day says:

          Mark pack you stupid fuck, last year an air ambulance pilot got six months for doing what the hoon did, it’s called “undermining the very rule of law” and politicians are expected to be honorable and truthful, some fucking chance of that with the slimy thieving bastards in those houses of crooks and liars.

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        • 304
          Moley. says:

          The police don’t have any time for investigating muders, (whatever they are) because they are too busy policing primary schools and arresting children for political incorrectness.

          And the police prioritise their own workload and are perfectly capable of telling the difference between a false allegation and a complete Huhne.

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      • 165
        annette curton says:

        Yes, if standards in public life continue slip we could find ourselves in a situation in the future where for example a Prime Minister might lie about something that could have far reaching effects upon our Country’s security and the lives of our armed forces personnel, they could start to manufacture even more porkies and take us into a futile war against… say a Middle Eastern state beginning with the letter I, and later perhaps another futile war with a country beginning with the letter A.

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    • 168
      Afghanistan Banana Stand says:

      *happy now Because of*

      Dear Mark,
      In between “now” and “Because” there should be something called a ‘full stop’.

      .
      ^ Here’s one I did earlier.

      It’s not difficult.

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    • 170
      Cynical-old-bag says:

      Mark Pack

      Ah, I see. So the fact that he wasn’t found out for a few years should exonerate him completely?

      Perhaps you think that’s what should happen over their expenses.

      Idiot.

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    • 185
      Backwoodsman says:

      Yup, we used our collective evil force to persuade him to leave his missus for a bull dyke , thus causing her to slip the old stilleto in in a national paper. Feel the farce, feel it !

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  25. 101
    Moussa Koussa says:

    Who gives a toss. We can all look forward to Andy The C*unt C*oulson being banged up some time early in 2012

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  26. 116
    Gordon Brown says:

    I’ve got Munchausens by Poxy.

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  27. 117
    Peter Hitchens says:

    One thing to said in favour of Mr Huhne is his position on say called “gay” rights, unlike the sodomites and other assorted perverts that he mixes with in the cess pit of British politics Huhne has taken a stand by showing that there really is a cure for the” lifestyle” known as homosexuality (I much prefer the words SIN and deviancy)
    What most og these queers really need is a damn good dose of carnal pleasure with a member of the opposite sex.
    Rug munchers and other queers please try it if only for the sake of your soul, or indeed your arseholes

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    • 236
      Rev Frank E Haddock (son of God) says:

      Nice to see how your views have moderated and mellowed in old age, you used to be a mile to the right of the neo cons.

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    • 306
      Moley. says:

      There was a politician called Huhne,
      Who took a Lesbian up to his room,
      They argued all night as to who had the right,
      To do what, with which and to whom.

      (Fortunately we do not know the details, but it could be that Mr Hitchens is making an invalid assumption).

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  28. 124
    Message to Mark Packamac says:

    do you realise you don’t own the domain name

    LIBDEMVOICE.ORG
    Admin Name:Dataflame Ltd
    Admin Organization:Dataflame Internet Services Ltd

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    • 201
      Image is everything says:

      I think you’re raising issues a little out of his pay-grade there.

      Love the way Dataflame’s run from a little residential cul-de-sac in Dorset, hiding behind a PO BOX.

      Classy.

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    The Rug from Canterbury says:

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    ichabod says:

    I see QT ( yes, we are all agreed it’s leftish drive, nevertheless ) iberdeen. Oh God please please please, not another appearance from Nicola sodding Sturgeon; give us Sassenachs a respite .

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  31. 139
    Mark Pack says:

    I see no ships!

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  32. 143
    confused says:

    This twat wants to make the poor pay more council tax if their home aren’t heat efficient. The sooner this idiot is weighed off in court the better & considering he might be guilty of perverting the course of justice why is Clegg having anything to do with him

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  33. 145
    The Adventures of Anthony and Andrew says:

    Anthony Weiner has announced he’ll step down as congressman.

    Police say no action will be taken over Andrew Bridgen.

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  34. 151
    loungelizard says:

    What chance of some Pilgrim stats from the BBC, anybody know?

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    Timberrrrrrrrrr says:

    I had a backed-up problem recently. Then I ate tuna casserole, and an hour after eating, I sat and crap flew out of my backside fast-paced like. My question being: is constipation then diarrhea — without laxatives — normal? Or did the food I ate evacuate my bowels?

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      Advice Mike says:

      While it’s tempting to blame the tuna casserole, it probably was not the immediate culprit. It usually takes food at least several hours to a day to make the journey to freedom.

      There are lots of things that could be going on. IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome) can sometimes cause symptoms like alternating diarrhea and constipation. Could be something bad you ate during the day prior to the diarrhea.

      If this happens infrequently, I’d put it down to one of those poop mysteries that will likely never be solved. If it seems to happen on a regular basis, go to the doctor and let him figure it out.

      But don’t be so quick to blame tuna. I love tuna. My tuna casserole would NEVER give you the runs.

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      Gonk says:

      Gerald Nabarro

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      I don't need no doctor says:

      Did you listen to or watch Ed balls at anytime during eating the tuna?

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  36. 181
    Canadian Gas says:

    It smelled like a bear had shat out an eight year-old Polish fruitcake.

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  37. 182
    Andrew Bridgen MP says:

    Haha!

    Fuck you all!

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  38. 189
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Just hang him and be done with it.

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  39. 191
    Ed Ballsdrick says:

    Ha!ha!Ha!

    BBC fell for my stoopid pretend to cut taxes face.
    What a bunch of twonks. I’m going on 5 live in a mo. I’ll repeat it again. And they’ll lap it up.

    Then you’ll never hear it mentioned again. But it got ME profile time non stop. Whilst Milibot hasn’t had his dim rubber face on the telly all day.

    Won’t be long now. Another year. i might even let him have two. Once the economy is sorted out. Then I’ll knife him. Knife him good.

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    • 198

      Peter Allen not giving you such an easy ride tonight Ed.
      That’s what hanging around BBC TV centre all day will do for you. Make even the loyalists wish to trip you up.

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    • 199
      D Draper says:

      OK, I’ll play.

      If the answer is YES, then you are Ed Balls, because its no problem to allow DEBT to rise.

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      • 213
        Tessa Tickles says:

        Dear My Bank, although I don’t use my overdraft facility, I would be grateful if you would increase it to a large arbitrary figure – say, £100million – because debt is not a problem.

        Love and cuddles,
        Tessa Tickles
        xx

        PS: Just add any debt interest to the debt. Ta.

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        • 235
          The bank that likes to say Yes says:

          Dear Customer,

          Please have as much debt as you want, it’s no skin of our nose as the money only exists on paper it’s not like it’s real. Anyway the more loans , mortgages and credit cards I can give to our customers the more money I make in commissions etc and I can assure you THAT is real money, drinks are on me.

          Mr Spiv Bank Manager

          Ps

          Have you thought about remortgaging your home, I could give you a 110% mortgage against an overinflated value on your property no trouble !

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          • The bank that likes to say Yes says:

            Oh one more thing don’t worry about providing any documentary evidence of your identity , salary etc just get a half decent printer and make your own Driving licences, wage slips , even make up a bogus NI number if you want I mean it’s not like we actually check these.

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          • Tessa Tickles says:

            Dear Bank, I think you’ll find the nation’s debt really is real. Really quite frighteningly real. As are the interest payments.

            Unlike my debt, which doesn’t exist because I actually manage my finances and run a surplus. Which makes me considerably smarter than Ed Balls or that twat in charge of the Tories.

            That’s because I’m not a left-wing mong.

            Kind regards,
            Tessa T.
            xx

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          • Tessa Tickles says:

            Oh, and one more thing. Derek – you really haven’t got a clue, have you? Left-wingers just don’t get finance at all. It really is beyond your brain’s ability to cope, isn’t it?

            “Debt’s not a problem.” Go tell that to Greece. Tell them in person.

            Wear body armour.

            Bye honey.

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    • 206
      Tessa Tickles says:

      “If you have maxed out your credit card, if you put off dealing with the problem, the problem gets worse,” he told voters at a PD Direct question session in Lincoln.

      So his stunning solution is to increase foreign aid to £11bn a year and agree to hike EU contributions to £10bn a year and throw further billions at Euro bailouts.

      And to fund this insane profligacy, he increased taxes. And then he wonders why growth has come to an abrupt halt.

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    not a machine says:

    Just for some basic clarity , there must be a reason for wanting to offload points ,however “not me guv” just for speeding points is rather worrying , i mean if the points must be avoided , what else can such an attitude be capable of.

    Your point about freedom of speech and the bile and harrasment in blogging is an interesting argument , and the distinction of the thought and publicising it is where the meat is at the moment . you can blogg praise but not contempt which is rather odd and as you pont out ,why cannot one express contempt ? or perhaps if we cannot express contempt have we a sort of soft dictatorship democracy? I might agree that playing the ball and not the man is a certain standard of decency , but having seen how dire labour treated the man , and never answered questions properly about the ball , you can see how the anger means playing the man ,occures.

    As ed in black tie slouched in his chair after a nice meal at mansion house ,he gets out of the stocks fast today “fork in the road ” , yes Ed who loves chips and pins ,you are a number in a beautiful system , wants some freedom from taxation for people ! I gasped , was it blue labour , erasure labour or just forked tongued labour .I dont know how his yorkshire people will take it ,”Dork in’t bloody road” , how you can make a whole speech without mentioning the deficets effects could be more damaging ,than some lite tax relief ,over the same period is a bit wild .
    Osbournes speech was good “wired in” was close to putting it right, although I am still pondering if lord Lawson didnt have a point on less permiable seperation of investment and personal banking as if a failed investment bank still has to use its other arm to make good its losses . If investment banks were to blame in corrupting whole systems then perhaps a way of running risk investment as opposed to centralsed craps table is part of the future solution .Mervin King was sublime in posing a question first and the list of banking leveridge and how they pumped each other into the bust and with no ability for central banks to stop it ,was interesting and he pointed out who is paying for it ,who were not there, certainly seems to be encompassing the true story of the bust and how it couldnt be isolated .Interesting that earlier in the week that the ECB isnt keen on new basal3 , and euro fire has not gone away , when basal3 might have ensured such a bust could not have occured , so pan nation currencies must still have a problem , which i dont think is soluble as cost of produced widgets is not the same , which natural currencies automatically resolve.

    Still I will savour ed ms speech this week , connected like a dose of the clap.

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    Chris Huhne says:

    It’s not been my day today has it ?

    Oops! This link appears broken.DNS error occurred. Server cannot be found.

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    Primark says:

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  44. 229
    Derek G Haslam says:

    Nearly as great a vagina as Derek G Haslam of 9 Lynn Rd, Southery, PE38, 0HU!

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  45. 234
    BBC employee who's sick and tired of it says:

    What on earth is wrong with you people?
    When I do on the rare occasion check this site all I ever see is constant attacks on the BBC. Comments like “don’t pay your licence” and “drop a daisy cutter on the BBC” and the BBC is full of drug users communists and homosexuals! You really are a bunch of obsessed rabid right-wing morons.

    If you have a problem with the BBC then please do get in touch with the BBC Trust instead of this constant obsessive BBC bashing and down right lies. We really do go out of our way to be impartial and unbiased and I should know I’ve worked here for 18 years.

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  46. 237
    BBC employee who's sick & tired of it says:

    What on earth is wrong with you people???
    When I do on the rare occasion check this site all I ever see is constant attacks on the BBC. Comments like “don’t pay your licence” and “drop a daisy cutter on the BBC” and the BBC is full of drug users communists and homosexuals! You really are a bunch of obsessed rabid right-wing morons.

    If you have a problem with the BBC then please do get in touch with the BBC Trust instead of this constant obsessive BBC bashing and down right lies. We really do go out of our way to be impartial and unbiased and I should know I’ve worked here for 18 years.

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  47. 239
    Beeb employee says:

    What on earth is wrong with you people ??
    When I do on the rare occasion check this site all I ever see is constant attacks on the BBC. Comments like “don’t pay your licence” and “drop a daisy cutter on the BBC” and the BBC is full of drug users communists and homosexuals! You really are a bunch of obsessed rabid right-wing morons.

    If you have a problem with the BBC then please do get in touch with the BBC Trust instead of this constant obsessive BBC bashing and down right lies. We really do go out of our way to be impartial and unbiased and I should know I’ve worked for the BBC for 18 years.

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    • 243
      Obsessed rabid right-wing moron says:

      Fuck off bumbandit!

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      • 283
        Squirty says:

        Dear BBC Trust

        I wish to register a complaint about xyz. (There follow 9 paragraphs of reasonable and reasoned objection to xyz, which was obscene, biased, or simply wrong.)

        Yours sincerely

        A Telly-tax Payer of 34 Years’ Standing

        —————————————————–

        Dear Telly-tax Payer of 34 Years’ Standing

        Thank you for contacting the BBC Trust with your concerns. We know everything; you know nothing and are plainly a nutter, no doubt an acolyte of Dick Sniffin.

        Now fuck off.

        If we can be of any further assistance, do not hesitate to contact us.

        With very best wishes

        Yours sincerely

        The BBC Trust

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    • 246
      Another obsessed rabid right-wing moron says:

      What’s up can’t you get a proper job.

      Like

    • 247
      nell says:

      No you’ve worked for the taxpayer for the last 18 years yet churned out leftwing biased propaganda at our expense!!

      Like

    • 248
      Wile E. Coli says:

      “If you have a problem with the Nazi party then please do get in touch with the Ministry of Propaganda instead of this constant obsessive Nazi bashing and downright lies.”

      How does that sound to you?

      Have you ever wondered why when Human Resources write to you it says “useful idiot” as part of their reference?

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    • 249
      South of the M4 says:

      If you go out of your way to be impartial and unbiased then I am afraid, that over the last 18 years, you have lost your way and can no longer see the truth. Sad, for you.

      Like

    • 250
      Tel Itlikeitis says:

      Time for a change, then. You’ve obviously been there so long that you’ve lost touch with reality.

      Like

    • 252
      I says:

      I class myself as a small L liberal. Try and watch your output ………………..
      Oh fuck it. I can’t be bothered. 18 years at the BBC.. do you work in the canteen which according to all presenters, you can’t even make a cup of tea. Why do you think left-wingers don’t complain of bias?

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    • 255
      Tessa Tickles says:

      Good-oh. Manchester’s up the M6.

      Don’t forget your thermals.

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    • 261
      Drop a Daisy cutter on the BBC says:

      Fuck off BBC c u n t , shouldn’t you be snorting cocaine in a wine bar?

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    • 264
      simon r says:

      Work for the BBC do you – got any Glastonbury tickets ?

      Like

    • 269
      I don't need no doctor says:

      I know you, your one of the rioters that smashed up London.

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    • 282
      Moley. says:

      The problem with institutionalised bias is that those inside the organisation cannot see it.

      The Guardian itself referred to Guardian readers as “Living in a parallel Universe”, yet the BBC relies almost solely on the Guardian to inform its commentary and opinions.

      Can you tell us please how many households there are in the UK, (remember the census), and how many licences were sold over the last 12 months.?

      I suspect that the BBC is concealing the fact that Licence payers will soon be in a minority.

      I don’t have a licence, don’t watch TV and find the BBC output repellent; and I suspect that I am among millions of others. The BBC’s bias towards the Left in politics is insultingly obvious.

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    • 316
      cheche says:

      Bless

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  48. 240
    Gordon Brown says:

    Someone said to me “Epic beard man” whatever could have been meant?

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  49. 244
    Stinkfinger says:

    Thanks for the tip Chris Huhne.
    I shopped around and got a cracking deal on some knocked off red diesal.
    Massive savings when you cut out the fucking middle(tax) man.

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  50. 251
    Question Time says:

    This week David Dimbleby is joined by the usual audience of bused in rabid leftwing rent’a’mob morons here in Aberdeen tonight.
    Under new Labour party orders we’ve also been sent up to Scottyland to rip the SNP a new arsehole and brainwash our beloved Scots back to the Labour bosom.

    Our panellists tonight are as follows.
    Alex Salmond
    Michael Moore
    Margaret Curran
    Lord Forsyth
    Sir Tom Hunter.

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  51. 253
    The Alien Lizard People says:

    What a hoot Radio 5 was tonight, Peter Allen giving some mong from the FT a chance to claim (uninterrupted of course) when prompted by Allen that “Ed Balls knows his stuff”. To which mong from FT stated that “Yes Ed does and it’s a shame he can’t get his ideas across and that for some reason the public don’t want to trust Labour with the economy”

    Ah! diddums, poor Peter Allen, his beloved leftie mong Ed Testicles isn’t trusted by the public, probably because the fat wanker fucked up our economy you BBC wanker.

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  52. 258
    Grumpy Old Man says:

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-leicestershire-13799019

    Andrew Bridgen MP sex assault arrest: Police drop case

    Andrew Bridgen became an MP at last year’s general election
    Police have confirmed a sexual assault case against Conservative MP Andrew Bridgen has been dropped.

    Backbench MP Mr Bridgen, 46, was arrested in central London in the early hours of 9 June after a 29-year-old woman made a complaint to police.

    The North West Leicestershire MP was questioned by officers but not charged and released on bail until mid-July.

    A Metropolitan Police spokesman confirmed no further action would be taken against Mr Bridgen.

    I wish all you Tory-hating conspiracy theorists a happy evening eating your own livers.

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    • 260
      Drop a Daisy cutter on the BBC says:

      The BBC ensure the word TORY is used every 30 seconds in this story, but the DEMOCRAT in the USA who has resigned for posting pictures of his penis is oddly NOT called a Democrat by the BBC. Why might that be?

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  53. 259
    Drop a Daisy cutter on the BBC says:

    Why does the BBC continue to simply tell lies? Some Manchester mong reporter on News 24 just claimed that because of Tory cuts over the last 12 months the number of people using the soup kitchens has increased.

    1. Most of the people they showed on the film looked foreign to me, but funnily enough the BBC only interviewed one person who was English.

    2. The cuts have only just kicked in.

    3. Benefits are nationwide, I’m not aware of councils cutting benefits, the Government set benefit rates.

    So why does the BBC lie?

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    • 265
      I don't need no doctor says:

      When, oh when will someone bring the BBC to account. Deliberate lies, deliberately misleading reports, biased labour reporting.
      More labour bias from Dimbleby on Question Time tonight no doubt.

      Like

      • 290
        Tessa Tickles says:

        “When, oh when will someone bring the BBC to account”

        I did years ago. When I stopped paying the license fee.

        (I don’t have a TV, either. Because if there is anything on worth watching, it’s drowned-out by background music).

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    • 268
      Cato Street Conspirator says:

      I get the impression you were playing yourself with only half an eye on the screen. You have got this completely wrong Daisy.

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      • 310
        Drop a Daisy cutter on the BBC says:

        No Cato the BBC mong stated that the soup kitchen in Manchester had seen an increase in people in the last 12 months due tot he ‘cuts’.

        Most of the people I saw in the queue looked eastern European or middle eastern to me, perhaps the reason the soup kitchen has seen greater numbers is due to more people coming into the Country and not finding work? Nothing to do with Tory cuts, the cuts only started in April and no benefits have been cut yet.

        The BBC mong lied.

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    • 275
      nell says:

      Notable isn’t it that the beeb isn’t asking the people who run soup kitchens for an opinion?

      Truth is, at the moment, soup kitchens are doling out a bit less food than they have been in the last 10 years. That might be because of the weather or because a significant number of eastern eu immigrants have gone home having failed to find work.

      Even the statiticians haven’t got the answer but it’s doubtful that it is anything to do with government cuts.

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  54. 266
    Cato Street Conspirator says:

    Huhne’s got away with it. But Clegg has managed to stop him ousting him. That’s all it’s been about.

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  55. 267
    GORDON BROWN SCROUNGER OFF THE STATE says:

    I love the benefits of being an MP

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    • 271
      nell says:

      Are you still in that 5starhotel in kenya pretending to educate children whilst living it up at our expense?!

      Like

      • 291
        Kenyan rent boy says:

        He’s not pretending, he educated me on how he saved to world by injecting his billions in to my banks and quantitative easing it back and forth until he’d fucked me and everyone else.

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  56. 269
    GORDON BROWN SCROUNGER OFF THE STATE says:

    Good programme on BBC1 NOW how people get smuggled in to the UK

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    • 273
      GORDON BROWN SCROUNGER OFF THE STATE says:

      Nigerian passport office has just sold the guy
      a genuine Nigerian passport for £73
      and he’s not Nigerian !
      he is off now to buy a visa

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      • 276
        nell says:

        That’s why gordon’s in afr ic a at the moment then?

        Guess it’s as good a way as any to supplement your income if you’re a poor impoverished mp with a ‘wannabee like bliar the millionaire’ complex!!

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      • 286
        ichabod says:

        It’s the Afghans who worry me–it’s easy to get intto Greece from Turkey it seems. Evan Davies seems to be holding an onion to his face, his commentary is so heart on sleeve, but then I dont suppose the Afghans, when they get here, will be competing for jobs at the BBC.

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    • 278
      Gonk says:

      Faced with the prospect of watching
      wall to wall Balls and then industrialised
      smuggling into Britain I’ve declined both
      and decided to jam my knob in a door.

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    • 284
      Adolph 2.0 says:

      This is what needs to happen, to any European governments out there reading this just follow my simple six point plan.

      1.Turkey needs to hand the city of Constantinople and the part of continental Europe they stole back to Greece.
      2. Anyone caught in the Bosporus straights, seas of Marmara Aegean or Mediterranean without a valid passport is to be shot on sight or sunk.
      3. This should be made known through the far/middle east and Africa, video footage of shootings sinking boats and ragheads drowning ect.
      4. The ‘pill’ to be band in Europe for the next ten years.
      5. All illegals kicked out no questions asked or appeals or any other kind of bureaucratic bullshit.
      6. Proper boarder controls to be put in place with national governments controlling them.

      Problem solved and watch all those incoming countries have uprisings and democracy in place within 30 years as the immigrants can no longer run away.
      Thank you and goodnight.

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      • 296
        nell says:

        Love it!

        But just to clarify ‘all illegals’ kicked out of where darling? the eu, the old eastern europe, turkey, where?!!

        And about these boarders! Who are they staying with? Have you got a B&B in mind?!

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      • 297
        Nick Ferrero Rocher Griffin says:

        But with this six point plan you are spoiling us Mr Adolph!

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      • 309
        Poor Bill says:

        The borders of Britian are the SEA you fucking Euro-trash.

        Fuck off home, to Berlin, ‘Scum’ and take Ken (Blackshirt) Clarke and his catamite (Dave) with you …………….

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  57. 274
    Drop a Daisy cutter on the BBC says:

    The BBC are at it again, Sky News report on the fucking failings of another shit NHS hospital and the mongs that work in it, but on the BBC news website the only NHS story is about…..Tory cuts.

    Oh and the BBC hide the story about the charges against the Tory MP being dropped, you have to look hard to see it.

    So when will the BBC investigate the shit care in the NHS, you know like they investigated private care homes.

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    • 277
      nell says:

      Ermmm. Never I think is the answer to that one.

      Our grandchildren and possibly our great children will be dead of old age long before the beeb produces a single piece of work that could be described as balanced and fair.

      Like

      • 281
        Gonk says:

        You’re wrong there Nell.
        I saw a programme about the Puffin
        recently and it was impartial and balanced.

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      • 287
        Tessa Tickles says:

        You think the BBC’s going to last that long?

        10 years, tops.

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        • 295
          nell says:

          God I hope it’s gone before then!!

          Hopefully Virgin will buy them out and provide the govt with loadsofcash!!

          Like

          • Tessa Tickles says:

            To put it in perspective, I haven’t watched a TV programme on TV in my own home since the late 20th century.

            Nobody in their teens today is going to remember having watched a TV by the time they’re in their mid-20s. Everything they’ll ever remember watching will have been streamed off the web. They’ll not accept – for a second – the idea that they have to pay £150 p/a for a license for something they’ve never had.

            It’s like buying a £16 PAYG mobile phone from Tesco and being told to cough-up £150 each year for a ‘GPO phone license’.

            Nobody should accept TV licenses today. Nobody will accept them 10 years from now.

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          • Throw 'em to the wolves says:

            Now there’s an idea nell, imagine how much you’d get for the BBC and the bonus of all those households being £145 better off every year. With the double bonus of a glut of useless mongs to sweep the roads, pick the fruit, clean public lavs ect and so cut down the immigration levels.

            I think your on to something there.

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          • nell says:

            Personally speaking I suspect our youngsters are going to be picking up their news and media on the web by the time they’re oldies like us.

            the beeb will be one of those museum thingies like those fair carousels powered by steam engines by then!!

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  58. 302
    Question Time says:

    It’s notable that the first question asked has been the headline BBC News story all day!

    Biased biased biased, now they write the fucking questions!

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    • 320
      annette curton says:

      Wake up, have you only just realised that the BBC not only picks the topics and the panel but they pick the audience as well and not satisfied with that Dimblebore then says: you sir/madam in the white top etc (that’s just a pretend random) its a stitch up from start to finish.

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  59. 303
    BBC and the Jock vote says:

    WHAT the fucking Hell is going on at the BBC?

    When QT comes from England then anyone in the Union can come on.

    When it comes from Jockland then the whole panel has to be JOCKS

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    • 317
      GORDON BROWN SCROUNGER OFF THE STATE says:

      No different than Jockish Labour Mp’s Voting in tuition fees for English students and other major political fuck ups
      But English Mp’s could not vote on Scotish issues

      Like

  60. 311
    bilover says:

    He also said he is not bad at getting his middle leg over. This has not been reported.

    Like

  61. 312
    Ratsniffer says:

    Labour haridan in denial on QT – interupting all the time, talking ten to the dozen and pretending that labour left the economy in good shape! Fuck me they’ve got some nerve…

    Like

    • 319
      Tron says:

      Scotland is like 1950’s Russia. You can only vote socialist.
      I can’t wait for the whole country to fuck off and leave the English in peace.

      Like

  62. 314
    Drop a Daisy cutter on the BBC says:

    BBC giving Greenpeace mong a freebie to spout shit again. Dear BBC, Greenpeace are eco loons, terrorists and have no political mandate.

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  63. 318
    cheche says:

    I tied to watch question time but its in welsh

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  64. 322
    Anonymous says:

    Makes one like Clegg rather more. Don’t expect good jokes from politicians.

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