July 10th, 2011

And on the Seventh Day Murdoch Created…

As highlighted by Guido last week. The register has now been updated.

Looking forward to seeing a new Sun rising in Wapping…


486 Comments

  1. 1
    Alex says:

    None of us will ever work for it.

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    • 17
      Anonymous says:

      Looks like Rupert was given police escort. Cameron’s behavior is sickening.

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          Missed opportunities says:

          “By far the most lavish parties in the Chipping Norton set are thrown by the Freuds. The most spectacular in recent years was Elisabeth Murdoch’s 40th birthday, held at the priory in October 2008. Tory guests included the Camerons, Chancellor George Osborne and wife Frances, and Andy Coulson. The Labour elite turned out, too. Tony Blair, Peter Mandelson, David Miliband, Tessa Jowell and Labour pollster Philip Gould and his publisher wife Gail Rebuck were all there.”

          How did Alky Aida miss that one?

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      • 194
        Call me Dave Murdoch says:

        I as a Tory cannot believe you people on here !
        You all seem to think Cameron is totally innocent in all this
        he is in this up to his scrawny neck and you all know it
        he was told to employ Coulson as part of the switch of allegiance from Labour to the Tories !
        Last week you could call Cameron on here and get more thumbs up than down
        he is not doing a good job for the country or the party
        in fact he is a total shambles on Europe and everything else he sticks his nose into What we need is an experienced Tory MP to take control of the party
        because as i see it at the moment little Ed is walking away with the ratings on this story
        Whats the betting Murky Murdoch has a meeting with his investment “Dave” this week ?

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        • 218
          Anonymous says:

          I’m not a Cameron fan, but when the Millie Dowler story broke he was a backbench opposition MP. Tony Blair & Gordon Brown were running the country throughout this whole scandal and News of the World was a New Labour supporting paper. Should Cameron have appointed Coulson? Probably not, but compared to invading Iraq on a false prospectus it’s hardly the worst crime in the world.

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          • Anonymous says:

            Invading Iraq was fully supported by Conservatives. If I remember correctly there was a vote and Cameron voted for the war. Cameron has even said he is the hair to Blair.

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          • Dorian Smith says:

            Yes “Anonymous” the Conservatives voted for the war in Iraq based on Blair and Campbell’s “Dodgy Dossier”. They were misled (sorry lied to) just like Parliament, and the country were.

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          • Hang on sunshine says:

            Who sexed up the dossier? Was that the Tories aswell?

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        • 226
          That's News says:

          I as a Tory cannot believe you people on here !

          Don’t you mean “I as a Labour troll?”

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          • Anonymous says:

            A lot of Tories used to have values and they were honest and decent, they might make a mistake but they weren’t crooks. But these folks are old most cannot use computers.

            Then we have the young Tories most are bigots selfish bastards and will do any thing to cover up the truth and get votes.

            You can even see this by looking at the Tory MPs.

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          • selfish looking says:

            Anon, why don’t u fuck off to CIF with your faux outrage.

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      • 205
        Anonymous says:

        Bring out the whitewash and a brush
        The full truth must be kept hush hush
        We must create some sort of fudge
        And find a sycophantic judge

        We’ll stick together, we can’t fail
        We must not send posh folk to jail
        All evidence must be in doubt
        So that the truth does not come out

        As MPs Media and Cops
        We need to pull out all the stops
        The public must fall for the trick
        Or we will all wind up in nick

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    • 67
      Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

      Guido, I am board: wht shood i thnk a bbout neext. yoou aree my herro.

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    • 191
      Iloathlefties says:

      ……….Just moving the deckchairs the?

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        bald old git says:

        This is all overshadowed by the pain of anticipating what Rich & Marks will serve up tomorrow morning …

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  2. 2
    Ed Miliwank says:

    Dear Thunday Thun. Pleathe thupport me! I take back everything I thaid!

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    • 62
      Thunderbox says:

      Damn you, I wanted to get that in first.

      Michael Foot’s last Labour manifesto was referred to as ‘the longest suicide note’.

      Red Ed’s stance this week will be known as the shortest ‘death wish’.

      Tora, tora, tora.

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    • 89
      Cameron says:

      After the Tony, I am Rupert’s toilet tissue.

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    • 373
      Anonymous says:

      Dear Mr Millipede,

      Kindly observe the address in the header image:

      3 Thomas More Square

      Thomas More – the play “A man for all sleazons” comes to mind.
      I think the individual himself was beheaded for not swearing an oath of compliance with the state.

      If symbolism is anything to go by, it won’t be long now.
      Your turn will come later.

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    MrAngry61 says:

    Wonder if the Sun on Sun will have a different editorial style to the other editions, as the Mail on Sunday did.

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

    Guido, when will we know the stats for last edition of the NOTW?

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    • 13
      smoggie says:

      5 million. That was the print run and you can assume it sold out.

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        Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

        Great, I love it when the market works.

        i wonder if it has dawned on Labour that this is a war they cannot win?

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          Anonymous says:

          My news agent tells me, no one is buying NOW.

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          • Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

            Thats the market, its about choice.

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          • Anon says:

            Maybe they’ll be buying LATER.

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          • Nemo says:

            Percentage returns would be a good indicator if they are correct.

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          • Anonymous says:

            Nemo says: July 10, 2011 at 1:57 pm

            Its closed where to return? Could be 5 million copies to recycle bin.

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          • Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

            not 5 million, i bought one :-)

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          • David Rose says:

            Bet your “news agent” tells you a lot of things don’t they.

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          • Anonymous says:

            “My news agent tells me, no one is buying NOW.”

            Yeah, where do you live then, downtown Karachi?

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          • That's News says:

            Really? Too late for that lie, anon! It was sold out before 9oam in some newsagents.

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          • bald old git says:

            i bought mine.

            I’m going to frame it and put it on the wall, raise a glass every so often to the irony that, after so many years punishing the innocent, NI sacrificed the brand and its employees to protect those whose guilt appears already to have been indicated …

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          • Anonymous says:

            It did not sell out where I live until 3.00 pm.

            Lots of other Sunday papers left in the Newsagents I normally go to – but no NoW. Then to the Co-op, lots of others left but no NoW. Then to Tescos – one dog-eared copy left – which I bought.

            First time in ages. I stopped buying when I was 17 and discovered that if I wished to read the really naughty bits about Mandy Rice Davies and Christine Keeler I had to buy the Telegraph and the Times. The NoW was working class puritan at heart.

            No wonder the Bloomsbury Set (now the Hampsted and Islington Set) hated it.

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    Anonymous says:

    No doubt it will be a serious broadsheet.

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  6. 7
    Prince taffenate of wallbinger wapping says:

    the king is dead long live the king

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  7. 8
    Gordon Brown ate my hamster says:

    As much as I loathe Murdoch and his rags, I hope they go all out in ridiculing Miliband and digging for dirt on Labour’s 13 years of corruption. Blair, Brown, Balls, Campbell et al knew about the hacking and kept their mouths shut because the Murdoch papers were on Labour’s side. Their rank hypocrisy now will hopefully provoke NI into unleashing the forces of hell on Labour. Sweet poetic justice.

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      MrAngry61 says:

      The problem is, that the more Rupert bares his teeth, the more likely that shitsackspoliticians from all parties will unite to curb News International & News Corp’s freedom of manoever & prevent Murdoch’s ‘undue influence’.

      The Political Class win again!

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    • 98

      Murdoch has been around since Noah. He’s seen off a lot of better and more powerful figures than Miliband.
      Rupert may be wounded but Labour are rejoicing as if they have slain the Giant.
      But the Giant isn’t dead, just healing.

      And one day he’s going to come back.
      And he’ll be mighty pissed.

      http://tinyurl.com/5wah9pf

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      BOREDNOW says:

      Yes Bring it on…

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        Tooth fairy says:

        Corruption…… spotted elsewhere…….. “Could I remind you and others about Operation O- r- e. This was the Met operation to follow up the FBI list of 30,000 p-ae-do-ph-iles in the UK who had paid to down load images involving child pornography. At the time Blair was PM and Sir Ian Blair was Met Police Commissioner. The papers were full of the fact that at least two high ranking Labour Ministers were on the list. Were they ever exposed? No. Were they ever investigated?”

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          BoredNow says:

          What I learned is that there were 25MP’s on that list. Majority being Labour.

          And Murdoch has that list, and some coppers know who they are.
          I learned when a off-duty senior officer in my local saw said MP on PMQ’s and shouted at the TV “Paeodophile.”

          But apparently been buried by a super-super injunction.

          Hopefully somebody at NI have an itchy trigger finger. If anything it could destroy Labour permanately.

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      Tooth fairy says:

      Corruption…… spotted elsewhere…….. “Could I remind you and others about Operation Ore. This was the Met operation to follow up the FBI list of 30,000 paedophiles in the UK who had paid to down load images involving child pornography. At the time Blair was PM and Sir Ian Blair was Met Police Commissioner. The papers were full of the fact that at least two high ranking Labour Ministers were on the list. Were they ever exposed? No. Were they ever investigated?”

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    • 394
      Anonymous says:

      Rupert won’t shit on Blair, he wants the Labour Party back in the hands of the Blairites then he can play the Tories and “all new” New Labour off against each other. I suspect after a decent interval the wrath of God/Rup will descend upon Ed. There will be a good few Labour politicians explaining away “a moment of madness.”

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    Eclipsed says:

    You’re getting your arse licking in early then.

    Grubby birds of a feather flock together!

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      retardEd Miliband says:

      Unleth.. The Thunday Thun thupportth my progrethive Labour Party.

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      Grumpy Old Man says:

      I’m certain that Guido is as amazed at this unexpected event as all of us. I’m looking forward to all the revelations from the Blair/Brown years, tribal fighting, the truth behind the dodgy dossier, Alyingstare’s murky deals with NoTW execs, Prezzer’s attempts to hide misuse of Parliamentary furniture and staff, what really went on between Blair and Bernie over ciggy advertising, the collusion of the BBC in supressing,” bad news”. All revealed in your Super Sunday Sun, in continual acts of repentance and expiation of the sins of the NoTW.

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      • 51
        Eclipsed says:

        Me too, they’re all c. unts.

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      • 52
        MrAngry61 says:

        If Rupert tires of manipulating the current sorry bunch of UK politicians, wouldn’t surprise me if he set up a few offshore blogs of his own to drown them all in a shit-storm of allegations that probably couldn’t be defended in court, but which would mortally wound our political masters.

        As Travis Bickle said, Someday a real rain will come and wash all this scum off the streets

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      • 97
        Bored old fart says:

        Soaring Sunday Sun if you don’t mind. Super is so passe.

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      • 105
        Ed says:

        We couth call ith the Thunderer :-)

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          Thor says:

          Ed, Fear not oh gre at one, you may not have noticed but you are about to be cast athunder… You have been warned.

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        Anonymous says:

        The independent inquiry will basically be as independent as the current police inquiry ie, the only people with anything to worry about are the ones NI decides are expendable. As far as I can tell there is no police inquiry, NI are making their own “inquiries” and deciding what the police need to know and what won’t be of interest to them. Imagine if a pedophile got to go through his own computer and then got to decide what images the police might be interested in.

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    purpleline says:

    Murdoch shows Unions can be defeated.

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      MrAngry61 says:

      What amuses me is the sums that are levied – it’s as if x Euros were fined, and the penalty converted into Sterling.

      Three of the fines weren’t even whole multiples of £1 – how is adding loose change to a penalty going to make it more effective?

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    • 470
      Librarians with standards says:

      So what is the penalty if the museum just tells them to go jump in the lake? Not likely to invade are they? Time for someone to take a stand against this arrant interfering nonsense.

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    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Hope they have a page 7 fella.

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    That's News says:

    Well, this is interesting. Doubtless the crowing and posturing of the Guardianistas and Labourites will suddenly come to a halt.

    The new popular Sunday paper from Murdoch will be free of the NOW taint. But it will be able to look around. And it will plot.

    They WILL take revenge on the various people, the pro-Labourites who did for their former colleagues on the NOW.

    Guardian journalist! Did YOU have a quiet word with a sympathetic police officer who quietly let slip some juicy titbit from the Police National Computer? What’s that you say? It doesn’t count because no money changed hands, he only did it because he thought it the right thing to do? That’s not a valid excuse. You’d best consult a lawyer. And DO warn your mate he is likely to lose his job.

    Mirror or Sunday People Hack! Did YOU use the voice mail hack technique? It doesn’t matter, because you hacked on behalf of the people who needed to know which footballer was doing what with the wife of a team mate? Hope you like the food they give you if you are in a police interview room for up to 12 hours.

    Anyone else, while we are at it?

    My God! The fun hasn’t even started, yet! Get your popcorn and your Coke (not the white stuff!) because this could run and run throughout and beyond the summer.

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      Grumpy Old Man says:

      I believe the police allow the suspect to send out for fast food nowadays. For the majority of hacks, no change to normal diet, unless on expenses.

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        That's News says:

        If they like them. Otherwise: “Sorry, mate! The place you wanted doesn’t deliver, here!”

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          MrAngry61 says:

          Or… “Here’s your pizza – yes, the box was empty when it was delivered”

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          • That's News says:

            Good point!

            Or: “Oh, sorry! You have a fish allergy? I was SURE you said you wanted anchovies!”

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          • HandsomeDavid says:

            Or… “Here’s your pizza – with a copious sprinkling of saliva, snot and urine”

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    • 179

      That’s News. You’re a little… how to put this? Last month.

      A bomb’s just gone off. It went off under Rupert Murdoch’s arse. He planted it himself. All The Guardian did was print a headline saying ‘BOMB GOES OFF UNDER RUPERT MURDOCH’S ARSE.’

      The game’s actually changed, you see. It really has, and it’s important that you understand this.

      The News of the World was hacking the families of our war dead and the parents of raped and murdered girls.

      Apparently this is cool with you. But you think the media landscape changed last week because of The Guardian’s reporting and Ed Milliband daring to criticise Rupert?

      You (honestly, seriously) need to get a clue because if you’re going to argue with Evil Liberal Bastards you need to know how things have changed.

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      • 236
        That's News says:

        You failed to understand what I wrote.

        Perhaps you can understand this. When all of the really dirty shit was happening at NOW, it was a paper that was friendly to Labour.

        Now, you might like to argue that Campbell and co and the rest of the Labour Dirty Tricks team did not know anything, well, that’s for you to decide.

        My point was that revenge will be taken by the journalists at NI. That’s human natutre.

        Had Miliband and his craven crew taken the high road and just said: “leave it to the law to sort this out” then they might not have felt such a sense of grievance.

        The allegations are serious but have yet to be proven. We have innocent until found guilty in Britain. Although Labour proved they did not like stuff like trial by jury and other dirty Tory civil liberties nonsense, didn’t they?

        And if they are proven, good. People will be found guilty. Perhaps even the corporation that is NI. That will be the right and proper thing to happen.

        However, “he who lives in a glass house should not throw stones” is a useful maxim to live by.

        It seems many people were at it, but only the NOW has hit the headlines. For the moment.

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      • 271
        Dorian Smith says:

        Mr Eks of Camden Players, your blog is shit, almost as shit as your post.

        You sound such a Huhne you must originate from Hoxton.

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      • 395
        Anonymous says:

        Oh great, Mr Eks is clearly another fucking chav moron who’s read a couple of books and thinks it makes it far more intelligent than it actually is.

        Learn to read properly and not jump to conclusions so easily you ignorant simpleton.

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          Librarians with standards says:

          Mr Ecks also seems to have missed the wider point – the BBC (and Millitwit) is desperate to stop Murdoch getting an alternative news company set up in competition to their incessant left wing garbage.

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    Taxfodder says:

    Woopee! another paper I won’t be buying.

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  14. 19
    Midwife says:

    I don’t know, could be interesting, given the circumstances of its birth.

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  15. 21
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Get England out of the EU !!

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  16. 22
    Desperate Dan says:

    I’ve heard claims and allegations that Lard Sugar and a consortium of his chums want to get their hands on Sky. The rumour is that he’s given Ed a downpayment of £40,000 to make it happen.

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      Grumpy Old Man says:

      Err…. That’ll be a donation of £40,000 to Labour’s fighting fund. It’s not for the personal use of DeadEd at all. Now go wash your mouth out!

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    • 48
      That's News says:

      Jeez! An Amstrad Satellite? Bloody Hell! It would fall out of the sky before you could say: “You’re fired!”

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    albacore says:

    Don’t it just crack you up?
    When will one of of the almighty, investigative fish’n’chip wrappers spell out in monosyllables what hasn’t even been hidden?
    What Napoleon and Hitler couldn’t manage, our own Parliaments have, with malice aforethought, brought to pass.
    The last successful invasion of England was in1066. Before the thousand years is up, the current, unresisted and final invasion will have succeeded if the honourable members have their way.

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    • 29
      Axe The Telly Tax says:

      Breaking News on SKY:

      Emporer Van Rumpy calls emergency EU council meeting for tomorrow.

      Dave your master is calling.

      Woof woof.

      Good boy Dave and don’t forget to pay todays £50 million danegeld.

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    Voice of Treason says:

    Thank goodness there will be a Sun on Sunday otherwise the chavs and the poorly educated (at least 50% of the population) of this morally corrupt country would get withdrawl symptons.

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    • 35
      Gimme X-Factor! Gimme Telly! Gossip! Celebs! says:

      I’m sure the Sunday Mirror or whatever it’s called is full of the same type of chavvy shite.

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      • 38
        Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

        I read the mirror a few years ago, never again, the laout was awful and messy.

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      • 121
        Norris Stampton says:

        and the same phone hacking… Piers Morgan may well be shitting his pants too (fingers crossed) he wasn’t averse to faking torture photos was he?
        Scumbag

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    • 410
      Anonymous says:

      More ABC1’s read the News of the World than any other newspaper.

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    annette curton says:

    All he has to do (Murdoch) is feign undying allegiance to Red Ed & Co with SON of NOTW and we will find he wasn’t such a bad chap after all.

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      retardEd Miliband says:

      That would be really thuper, and I would thay to him, “Mithter Murdoch, you are a thuper perthon and I’ve alwayth rethprected you and Newth Internatthional ith a thuper organithatthion.”

      That’th what I’d thay.

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      • 47
        annette curton says:

        FFS, get your hooter sorted out pronto, there are people dying of cancer in this country because of rich selfish gits like you that jump the waiting lists to insist on cosmetic surgery under the NHS.

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        • 53
          retardEd Miliband says:

          Obviouthly, I have private medical inthuranth, and in any event I am wealthy enough to pay for the operatthion up front, but in thith inthtanth I will be going with the NHTH to demonthtrate my working clath credentialth.

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          • Sick Labour Voter says:

            Hey boss where did you get that keyboard that types ‘th’ when you press the ‘s’ key?

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          • retardEd Miliband says:

            It’th a thecret.

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          • HenryV says:

            How much are they worth the Milibands?

            One of my grandfathers spent WW2 fighting, the other digging coal. My parents and aunts and uncles have worked all their lives.

            Yet they can be bought and sold by a family of illegal immigrants who have done nothing but talk shitty socialism.

            “Our country,” “Our NHS,” piss off back to Belgium Militwats.

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      Eamonn U Ensis says:

      Mmm unlikely………..”Uncle Roop” rewards loyalty and makes a good friend and never forgets a good turn equally he never forgets a bad one. Expect lots of headlines about Militwit’s leadership over the next few months…….”Dave” has only done the bare minimum he had to do to safeguard his position and not declared virtual war on the Boardwalk Empire……and it should be noted of course that Balls has remained strangely silent when he’s usually all over this sort of thing like flies on dog shit ……support from “Uncle Roops” rags will of course be useful should he ever fall out with “Little Ed”

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        Norris Stampton says:

        You’re one hundred per cent on the monry with Ed Balls and his posturing… an awfully quiet week for him, and have you noticed how far he sits from Millitwit at QT these days? You need wide angle lenses to get the two in the same shot.

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    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Miliband vows to crush Murdochs BskyB deal ROFL

    HouseofTwits profile

    HouseofTwits RT @MirrorPolitics Ed Miliband vows to crush Rupert Murdoch’s BSkyB deal dream http://bit.ly/nGQ17f #politics 4 minutes ago · reply · retweet · favorite

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  21. 40
    Tits, Bums 'n' Sport says:

    The Sun on Sunday will be nothing like the NOTW.

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  22. 41
    nell says:

    ++++Laugh++++

    poor twatson and militwit – they thought they’d won the war instead of which it was just a teeny weeny battle and one moreover that rupert wanted them to win. The war is still to come.

    I can just hear rupert quoting our Winston at militwit and twatson –

    “This is not the end, this is not the beginning of the end. But this is perhaps the end of the beginning”

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  23. 44

    NO!

    All those News of the World readers will flock to Liberal papers. Now the poor hardworkingfamilies have been freed from the clutches of the evil Rupert, Guardian media group assumed they would want to become social Democratic progressives.

    They’re already reaching out to them.

    Next weeks Independent on Sunday features : Shock horror revelations! Marcus Oberhaffrijsen of the Danish Green party and Omelia Alffahajonson of the Swedish Omphata party. Their wedding horror ! Their was meat served! Exclusive!

    Observer: Vouchers for a Sweet Chili Guava Barbeque Glaze Top Mango Coulis & Candied Pecans… microwaveable pizza.!
    PLUS .. get the latest on the Aztec fashions! All of Notting Hill is a Zig-Zag!

    + Lesbian feminism literature week . Bella-Zogifi- Flacuttcher giver an exclusive on what its like to be a post modern- modern- de-constructionist author.
    And Organic food special offers! Don’t miss out!

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    • 55
      annette curton says:

      And perhaps even more excess from a Polly of Tuscany article in the Guardian, Let them Eat Cake! (response to 18% increase in utilities charges).

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      • 73
        Grumpy Old Man says:

        Conspiring to cause the deaths of thousands of wrinklys through hypothermia is a long-held eco-loony dream, as it rids Gaia of the economically inactive, in accordance with Fabian policy. Polly is in favour of eco-lunacy and of the Fabian Society, though probably lacks the nous to understand the unintended (?!) consequences.

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        • 84
          annette curton says:

          Its OK though, give them a green burial and then siphon off all the methane gas from the cemeteries.

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        • 86

          They’re never going to read all that Grumps.

          Make it snappier! Got to grab the attention. The all new GuardianonSunday is sweeping the floor for new liberal/poor readers.

          “Ask Polly. A new agony aunt column.”

          Dear Polly,
          My old mum is a burden. And I worked out that mum living another 5 years will cause 20 times the CO2 emissions that a family living in the Horn of Africa would produce. Is it right that she should continue to watch Emmerdale, with the sound right up and subtitles on, whilst an enlightened and spiritual village elder might snuff it?
          Yours,
          Anthea Huffington. {not real name.}

          Aunty Polly replies.

          No contest Anthea. One African is worth ten former colonialist oppressors.
          And your old mum has contributed far more to global warming than any power station just with that electric can opener she had in the 70’s.
          Tonight, tip her into the big Aquarium during Pop star to Opera and in the morning send a £10 cheque to a third world charity of your choice.
          Remember, nearly 7% of that money will reach the intended destination.
          Love Aunty Pol
          xx

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  24. 61
    Ed Miliband MP says:

    First my brother, then Murdoch.

    Will now turn my fire on Guido and Bowden.

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    an extra £160 a year on the average household power bill says:

    “Household electricity bills will soar by 30 per cent to pay for “green” measures being announced this week by Chris Huhne, the Energy Secretary.”

    When does the c’unt go to prison?

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    • 71
      Axe The Telly Tax says:

      Bubba’s got a big surprise for you Chrissie baby. The real mccoy, none of your lesbo strapon rubbish ;-)

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    • 74
      annette curton says:

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    • 76
      Grumpy Old Man says:

      Bring me the head of Chris the Eco-loon.

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      • 141
        Anonymous is really Ed Balls says:

        If I bring you Millimong’s head Grumpy, can we have a game of footie with it?

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        • 269
          Grumpy Old Man says:

          Millimong’s head is best left where it is until he’s totally fucked Socialism. Then we can have a footie game against the Scots. That’s what I call a win-win situation.

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    • 79
      Anonymous says:

      And the answer from this fountain of wisdom to saving money on your energy bill is to switch provider and pay by direct debit.

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      • 91
        Axe The Telly Tax says:

        Can Huhne tell us how much of our electricity output comes from windmills and solar panels and what the cost per KWh is?

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        • 176
          nell says:

          It’s unlikely that huhne could tell you what a KWh is let alone the cost of it!

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        • 273
          Grumpy Old Man says:

          This info is carefully guarded, but is seeping out on various science blogs like Bishop hill and Watts up with That.

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  26. 68
    Ed Miliband MP says:

    Chris Hunt should quit!

    HouseofTwits profile

    HouseofTwits RT @MrHorryCale How did I miss this earlier? http://t.co/WhpRS5D 60% Say Huhne Should Quit. 5 minutes ago · reply · retweet · favorite

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  27. 72
    ichabod says:

    Invariably when some public figure is at the centre of a scandal, after the deluge of abuse and worse, one or two ( or more) voices will pop up in the media and speak up for the person involved and defend them, usually with a ‘ this isn’t the person that I knew/worked with’ or ‘yes they’ve done this, but on the other hand lets remember the good things they did’. Oddly this hasn’t happened in Rebekah Brookes’s case; it seems everyone dislikes her, fears her, thinks she’s been overpromoted or generally has an axe to grind. Even Cherie Blair had her defenders ( I think). La Wade must be truly awful or the latest hate figure for an only partially knowledgeable public.

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  28. 81
    andy pandy says:

    You sassenachs make me boke! Your politicians are corrupt, your police are corrupt, now your msm are corrupt too! YET-you stand by and do SFA! (Whilst continuing to pay your taxes to these corrupt institutions!!)

    Would the French, or other nations allow this??

    No sirree!

    But,,,,,,,,,you lot?? You make me sick! Yeoughh..

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    • 87
      Anon says:

      How’s the Edinburgh tram network coming along?

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    • 136
      Looby-Loo says:

      Stop moaning its us “sassenachs” paying your meal ticket if you’re so pissed off why don’t you Scots fuck off and declare independence and learn what it’s like to pay your own bills for a change….

      P.S. “Your politicians are corrupt”…..Incidentally you do realise that the last Labour Government(on whose watch this all happened on despite the BBC spin) had a significant number of Scots and Scottish MPs in it don’t you

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      • 219
        Axe The Telly Tax says:

        Not to mention Purcell the darling wonderboy of old Glasgae Council. Have Glasgow police got off their fat arses and arrested him. Didn’t he do a runner to Australia. We do have an extradition treaty with them. So what are Glasgow police waiting for?

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      • 249
        Anonymous says:

        Are you aware that the last Labour Government consisted of 75% inglish . What does that prove pikey boy ?

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    • 200
      Rob Roy MacGregor says:

      Pandy? What clan is that?

      Like

    • 280
      Dorian Smith says:

      Andy Pandy I think you’re a bit Looby Loo, you don’t even understand the meaning of Sassenach.

      Like

  29. 85
    tory boys never grow up says:

    Cameron on the Ross/Brand prank call “I think the BBC have got some very straightforward questions to answer….How high up the editorial chain did it go?”

    Unfortunately his ability to ask this straightforward question appears to disappear when it comes to News International and defending the freedom of murder victims and our forces.

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  30. 88
    Earnest Enquirer after Truth says:

    Who paid for the cost overrun on the Scotch parliament?

    Like

  31. 93
    Someone's 'avin a larf.. says:

    Domain name:
    sundaysun.co.uk

    Registrar:
    Trinity Mirror Digital Media Ltd [Tag = TRINITYNEWMEDIA]
    URL: http://www.mirror.co.uk

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    • 132
      Anonymous says:

      It’s a regional paper in the northeast – suspect it is probably owned by trinity mirror.

      Like

    • 134
      Engineer says:

      The Sunday Sun is a local paper (Newcastle area, I gather) that’s been staggering along for years. Mirror Group have been buying up local papers for years, so they’ve probably owned that title for a decade or more.

      Presumably, that’s why News International haven’t tried to use that particular name.

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      • 246
        That's News says:

        They’ll do what the Daily Mail did when they could not use Sunday Mail. they’ll it it The Sun on Sunday, or just keep it as The Sun.

        Like

      • 398
        Grammar School Boy says:

        Naturally it’s a leftie rag….

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  32. 99
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Let the games begin!

    http://www.labourlist.org/labour-declares-war-on-murdoch

    Make sure you stock up on popcorn and drink plenty of fluids ;-)

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    • 126
      BOREDNOW says:

      Did anyone take the screenprint of “underpants” profile on Gaydar?

      Someone I know (who is Gay) showed me the site and it asks interesting questions in for your profile? especially your lifestyle preferences which range from hobbies and interests such as DIY and computers to what you like to do sexually – lots of choice there – S&M , SST (Sissy Slut Training) , Sub, Bottom, Bondage list is endless…

      Would be interesting to discover what preferences were listed?
      NI possibly know.

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      • 147
        Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

        As a Gay myself, can isay that most of the Gay politicons (all sides) are not representtive of “the gay community”, The fact that someone is gay should not matter either way.

        I get pissed of because people have to mention the fact that someone is gay.

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      • 162
        gay and h-a-p-p-y says:

        You tell ‘em luv. I’ve lost count of the number of pot noodles I’ve filled with tears of grief over this issue.

        Like

      • 170
        Chase me says:

        I think that I recall something about keeping budgies in his skid-marked undies.
        And keeping a brain the size of a pea in his head.
        And having an ego as big as big as can be.

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    • 139
      Maximus Edicus says:

      On My Commandth, Unleasth Hell.

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    • 173
      albacore says:

      Bill, the ingestion of a few pints of bitter along with several packets of popcorn is a combination the results of which I infer that you have yet to experience.

      Like

  33. 104
    Ghengis says:

    Mr M flew in today to call in a few little favours and bang his fist on the table but the climate has changed now.
    Plod can no longer be told to hold off and he (plod) will be like be like a bull on the rampage, after all they need to be seen to grasp the nettle.
    So, oh yes Mr M, even you will be called in for a little chat under caution. It was after all YOUR cash that was used to bribe plod and get those phone numbers.
    I think 4 years of porridge & dry bread should be about right.

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    • 108
      Ken Clarke, the criminal's friend, says:

      No! No-one should go to prison! Prison is wrong! It’s Conservative Party policy to empty the prisons and let the little scamps who live in them roam free!

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  34. 107
    Gordon Brown says:

    When all the dots are joined up,and the evidence is becoming compelling,we may well find that our David and our Nick are very naughty boys indeed…The paymaster; one Rupert Murdoch round for tea at No.10..Cameron hiring Murdoch’s man;Coulson. The Camerons having dinner at Rebekah Wades house over Christmas and BskyB given to Uncle Rupe with no questions asked…all this and David and Nick knew a long time back that Coulson had re-hired a convicted criminal;Rees……… I guess they thought Uncle Rupes “power” would protect them,with the lies and deceptions that the Met and the NOW have so clearly colluded on and relied on…Your corrupt game is up Cameron…bye bye..

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    • 110
      David Cameron says:

      “Your corrupt game is up Cameron…bye bye.”

      OK. Bye.

      Like

      • 118
        Ghengis says:

        Err, I think you timing is just a bit out.

        This happened and plod was told to back off on Blair’s watch.

        I know DC has been a little plonker but do not please ignor who the real criminals are. A bit of failed misinformation there GB, now get back to Scotchland, ypur lies don’t wash anymore.

        You’ll have had your tea then?

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    • 159
      nell says:

      Interesting that sarahbrown had rebekah round to no.10 for a girls sleepover whilst gordon was pm.

      And I think I’m right in saying that she was royally entertained at chequers as well by this depressing couple.

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    • 308
      Julio Crazyarse says:

      I know it’s an awkwards question for Lab supporters to contemplate never mind answer but what about Ed’s Press secretary, he’s a former NotW man with quite a “colourfull” past? Anyone care to comment?

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  35. 114
    Dogshit On My Shoe coming to a cinema near you says:

    The Sun on Anyday will not be shining on u-knew Labour. U knew Labour have been conspiring with the press for well over a decade. Hypocrites, the lot of them.

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  36. 116
    Gordon Brown says:

    I’m loving this…..

    To paraphrase Bard Morrissey,

    “As the flames rose, to his Eton nose, and his facade started to melt”

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  37. 117
    nell says:

    Now that rupert has arrived I think cameron shouldtell him that he’ll approve the bskyb deal so long as he agrees to buy the beeb off the long suffering taxpayer for a modest pittance as well.

    Like

    • 120
      Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

      No, Let the BBC go to subscription and learn to live within there means.

      Like

    • 146
      MrAngry61 says:

      I think that he should be given a reverse premium to take it off our hands – £3Bn+ cash burn a year for the crap it spews out? Murcoch might actually be able to turn it round!

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  38. 119
    hmmmm says:

    The theology of the title is wrong. Genesis 1 – Sunday, the first day of the week , was when God created light. The sun was not created until day 4 to rule day time. The seventh day (Saturday) is the day of rest. What do they teach in the Catholic church these days

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  39. 122
    BOREDNOW says:

    Why do Leftie Liberal socialist pricks get away with making statements like this?

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2013049/Bercows-wife-Sally-launches-Twitter-rant-shuffling-tourists.html

    Tourists should come to Britain to give the Leftie socialist Pricks a good slap.
    A bit like a Safari but after Socialist leftie Pricks.
    And useless twitter-bitch advocate of Human Rights- Kerry McCarthy should be given a cruise off the Somali Coast.

    iPad your way out of that one…

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    • 128
      Stinkfinger says:

      They are only shuffling because they are looking at Sally’s palatial home,thinking,
      “How did a cun*t like her get to live here?”

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    • 138
      Axe The Telly Tax says:

      They probably thought she was a prostitute touting for business, err hang on…

      Like

      • 154
        nell says:

        perhaps we could make money for the treasury out of her by putting her up as a victoria style freak sideshow for the tourists to pay to see.

        Like

        • 160
          Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

          They wouls sue us for “Cruel and inhumain punishment”.

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          • nell says:

            Well you have a point. It would be a bit cruel and inhumane to the tourists to expect them to pay good money to go and look at her.

            Like

    • 161
      MrAngry61 says:

      Labour MP Kerry McCarthy backed her, tweeting: ‘I’ve mooted the idea of a tourist lane so the rest of us can get to work.’

      At least tourists actually spend their own money to feed the economy!

      Useless make-work Labour Shit-a-beds…

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      • 180
        Anonymous says:

        Rather than move the tourists out of the way of politicians, wouldn’t it be better to put the politicians out of the way of tourists?

        A nice big gas-chamber, perhaps.

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    • 216
      MrAngry61 says:

      Top rated comment below the Bercow story…

      Where I live the cows are kept in fields.

      – Barry, Paying for Blairs Legacy, 10/7/2011 10:12

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  40. 123
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    I am Spartacus!

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  41. 129
    Voice of Treason says:

    My goodness that Rupert Murdoch is one hell of an ugly sod – almost rivals Bernie Ecclestone. Having so much money seems to contort their faces into prospective gurning champions.

    Like

    • 144
      News of the Screws Social Diary(final edition) says:

      So Ms Brookes what first attracted you to multi-billionaire media mogul Mr Murdoch ?

      Like

  42. 130
    what a plonker says:

    Where is Bollocks ? I think that he is waiting until after the shit has hit Millitwat and then carry on with his arse licking of Murdoch .This is going to be a long interesting summer.

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  43. 131
    Old Tory Bigot says:

    Saw a most amusing item on BBC News channel this morning.

    Beeboid in a newsagent somewhere, stood in front of a paper rack.

    NoW had sold out even though newsagent had ordered extra copies.

    Newpaper rack arranged to show emprty NoW space plus the Observer occupying at least two rack spaces! The Sunday Times slot placed partially out of shot.

    Beebopid keeps mentioningf ‘The Observer’ and pondering whether papers “like The Observer” can fill the NoWs place.

    Laugh? I nearly shat!

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    • 140
      a chav says:

      haz the obsurvur got x-facta gossip n tits in it?

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      • 151
        thanks for the mammary says:

        Er, no, that’s why it doesn’t sell many copies, and never will, you thick cuпt.

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    • 145
      Anonymous says:

      Lefties are not only thick, they are M&S, luxurious, super thick.

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      • 185
        Mr Nobody says:

        “Right-on” types don’t shop at M&S either. They prefer the Co-op and its high prices and “fair trade” principles. I only ever buy that stuff when it’s in the reduced section. If a supermarket wants to pay somebody a fortune to produce food and then sell it to me for 10p at the end of the day that sounds like a fair trade to me.

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    • 282
      Anonymous says:

      Product placement!

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  44. 135
    Anonymous says:

    I see that being the last edition of the NOtW hasn’t stopped them plagiarising my scoop of a few weeks ago on here. It’s on the bottom of page 31, and they’ve put the name John Sergeant under the photo of Jo Brand and vice versa, lol!

    Jo Brand/ John Sergeant lookalike.

    http://tinyurl.com/3u788px

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  45. 143
    Bill Deades says:

    “SCUM on Sunday”

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  46. 150
    Stinkfinger says:

    One good thing to come out of all this.
    Cameron the traitor in trying to emulate Blair has had this spin doctor shit blow up in his face.
    I am fucking pissed off with unelected,un accountable wankers which our PM’s love to surround themselves with these days.
    Campbell,McBride,Coulson they have all turned out to be a fucking Liability.

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    • 156
      Ghengis says:

      All emperors need a little Svengali behind them.
      Have you had yours today?

      Like

    • 157
      Ex-Conservative voter says:

      The most impressive thing about this whole story is how it all happened under a Labour government but Cameron has allowed it – through his sheer naked stupidity – to explode in his thick fucking face.

      Like

      • 167
        MrAngry61 says:

        Yes – but unfortunately, like any politician who needs to be seen doing something, he’ll burn down the village to save it.

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        • 186
          nell says:

          no don’t worry gordon burnt down the village before he left office. there’s not much left to damage.

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      • 169
        Tony & Alistaire says:

        Nufink to do wiv me guv

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      • 172
        Axe The Telly Tax says:

        Unfortunately the real Tory leader is leading UKIP.

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      • 177
        Axe The Telly Tax says:

        Don’t worry though, Dave’s just keeping his powder dry, he’s not really a heathite traitor. It’s just a cunning rouse to outwit Millitwit.

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        • 183
          Ex-Conservative voter says:

          I’ve just worked out, if Cameron spends £50m every day on EU membership, it works out at £578.70 per second.

          In the six seconds it took me to read your comment, Dave threw away £3,472.22 of our money. And that’s not counting the foreign-aid and Euro bailouts.

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  47. 152

    Rebekah Brooks’ Desert Island Disks:

    1. Don’t Let Your Son Go Down On Me.

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  48. 184
    MB. says:

    thesunonsunday.co.uk is also now registered to News International, last week it was shown as being registered by a private individual. Has someone manage to make some money out of NI by selling the domains to them or did they register them originally through a third party.

    It could just be a case of case them registering the domain to prevent any of their enemies using them even if they are not planning to use that name.

    It was pointed out that they registered sunday.co.uk some time ago, I suppose they could just call the paper “Sunday” or even “SUNday” to confuse everyone.

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    • 193
      A marketing expert says:

      Why don’t they call the new paper, “X-Facta Gossip And Lots Of Other Banal Shite For Chav Scum” so as not to confuse everyone?

      Like

      • 198
        Anonymous says:

        You must be a socialist. Most of the readers of the NOtW were working class, and socialists fucking hate the working classes don’t they?

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        • 203
          Ed Milimong says:

          The working class are the dross of the world.

          How can we tax people who don’t earn anything? Sickening.

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      • 238
        Man in a dirty Mac says:

        psssst Have you Read the Daily Mail ? If its celebrity chav shit your looking for thats the one to read

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        • 247
          If you could see me now says:

          It would seem that some ugly bint called Kerry Katona is forever being featured in the Mail, often for the most distinguished reasons. For example, being on a diet!
          Now, who can her publicist be?
          Think oily.

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  49. 187
    MB. says:

    Nice on in the Mail

    ‘Brook, criminal enterprise, catastrophe': How Rebekah’s clueless proofreaders failed to spot parting shot in NotW crossword

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2013133/Rebekah-Brooks-News-World-staff-parting-shot-crossword.html

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    • 475
      Librarians with standards says:

      …and these idiots still don’t know the difference between a “fine toothcomb” and a “fine-tooth comb”.

      Not that I have ever combed my teeth…..

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  50. 190
    Gordon Brown ate my hamster says:

    Isn’t it lovely to see that the bbc have lavished money on a documentary series presented by Rageh Omar about the life of the pee doh prophet? In 3 parts no less. I’m gonna go out on a limb and predict it won’t make any mention of his marriage to a 6 year old that was consummated when she reached the grand age of 9. Or his keeping of numerous sex slaves. Or his schizophrenia. Or his campaign of violence and mass murder against anyone who refused to convert to his disgusting religion. Or his hatred for women. Or his career as an illiterate merchant. Or his plagiarising of christianity and j u daism.

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    • 201
      Anon says:

      I think it’s safe to say none of those bits will be mentioned.

      It’s interesting the 3-part series was commissioned by the head of religious programming at the beeb – one Aaqil Ahmed. You know, I bet he got his job because of his abilities and experience, and for no other reason at all. Really.

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      • 207
        Gordon Brown ate my hamster says:

        You’re to be sent immediately on a 5 week Diversity Workshop for re-education! :-D

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    • 215
      Axe The Telly Tax says:

      I wonder how many of these documentaries the BBC will be doing once they are answerable to their customers via subscription :-)

      Like

    • 231
      MrAngry61 says:

      I do hope that Rageh will mention the requirement for believers to drink camel’s piss?

      (The Hadith, Burkhari Vol.1 No 234)

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  51. 195
    Gordon Brown ate my hamster says:

    Rebekah Brooks is a c unt bag.

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    • 210
      T.B£iar - the People's Messiah says:

      Don’t film me and Alyingstare Campbell with Rebekah Brooks, please. We’ve never met her.

      Like

  52. 197
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    NI Tunes

    Private number

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    • 202
      Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

      NI tunes

      I want the world (Two/2thirds)

      World in motion (New order)

      Layla (Eric Clapton)

      Masterplan ( Oasis)

      Money, Money Money (abba)

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      • 258
        Now then guys and gals says:

        Call Me ( the combo named Blondie)

        You Can Have My Private Number (Motown’s Judy Clay & William Bell)

        If I Ruled The World (‘arry Seagoon without Bluebottle)

        All Over The world (the duo that is the Pet Shop Boys)

        I Hear Your Voice (the diminutive but brilliant Prince)

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  53. 204
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Dunno if anyone knows but there is a album called “News of the world” it was done by Queen in 1977 ( One track was called “Sheer heart attack”)

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  54. 208
    Dirk Diggler says:

    Thank fuck for that. Let the games begin. Start with major expose of MilliHunt, Harperson and Prescott for the santimonious verbiage this week. Then go for Bryant and Watson, just for being Hunts. Just hope they never forget and bury Labour for years and fucking years.

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  55. 209
    Andrew says:

    Since it’s the mass-circulation junk press which makes possible the sort of papers most of us read, bring it on!

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  56. 211
    Pointing finger says:

    It’s all OK then. Ed the Miliband says the claims about Baldwin made by Lord Ashcroft are untrue and that Baldwin denies allegation of hiring a private investigator to hack into a bank account. Baldwin must be sacked until a public inquiry is completed. Presumption of guilt as has been applied to others.

    This could be interesting. Baldwin should resign immediately.

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    • 220
      Tom Badwind says:

      It’s just a terrible cold, Ed. Honest.

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      • 263
        annette curton says:

        But it could be terminal:
        “Yeff, I cannot be interviewed at this time about the hacking into Tory bank accounts, I am not feeling very well and need a Paracetamol for my headache”, Ed: “yeff, take 2 of these and then go for a walk in the woods”.

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    • 227
      Twilight of the Gods says:

      No no no what you stupid humans don’t understand is that we The Gods have re-arranged the whole fabric of the Universe so that people like Lord Prescott are now your Moral arbiters and role models. Its giving us a right laugh up here I can tell you.

      Signed

      Zeus

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  57. 221
    will says:

    Two articles one Independent and the other guardian is this just churnalism guido.

    Independent quote
    The television and radio presenter gave up drinking in 2008 and claims she has never felt better. “I wasn’t a big drinker before so I found it quite easy to give up completely – and now I feel bloody brilliant,” she said.
    Guardian Quote
    Television presenter Fearne Cotton, 29, has not had a drink for three years: “I feel bloody brilliant.” Hurrah. If it helps her speak more clearly, I say it is all to the good.

    http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/the-rise-of-the-teetotal-generation-2307539.html

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2011/jul/10/daniel-radcliffe-ferne-cotton-teetotalism

    It seems that someone from the guardian has taken an independant article,
    put a few more quotes in and move it around and recycled it.

    I know the guardian is green minded but this borders on plagerism

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  58. 222
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    http://twitter.com/GuidoFawkes/statuses/90097581065109500/

    No need to say thanks.

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    • 235
      Ah! Monika says:

      404 billy. check your links

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      • 237
        Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

        “25 minutes ago: “The entire “News of the World” album by Queen #NItunes en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/News_of_the…album)”

        Top corner.

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  59. 223
    Hard-Lazing Voter says:

    Graun editorial: “Murdoch influence must die with the NoW”

    And, I assume, with the Graun when it goes down in a few years?

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  60. 224
    Cato Street Conspirator says:

    I am enjoying this. Seeing a crowd of ‘libertarians’ falling over themselves to support a corrupt American-Australian who wouldn’t give them the time of day.

    Like

  61. 230
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    http://twitter.com/GuidoFawkes/statuses/90097581065109500/

    Have ig ot to leave room for twet to adjust?

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  62. 232
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    NI Tunes

    Twist and shout

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  63. 240
    Kamikaze Labour says:

    Milliband should remember the ‘so called’ immortal words of Admiral Yamamoto after the raid on Pearl Harbour……

    “I fear we have woken a sleeping giant and filled it with a terrible resolve”

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  64. 241
    Cynical-old-bag says:

    The Sun on Sunday as opposed to the News of the World.

    Same shit, different newspaper.

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  65. 259
    Red Ed is Dead says:

    You can be sure that Red will get his comeuppance.

    He had two choices, deal with this responsibly or deal with it politically and he selected neither. He chose to appear pretty for the day.

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  66. 262
    Dino Faccotti says:

    I am a politics student in Italy having a holiday in England.
    I am very confused as to who the Prime Minister over here is,because all I hear and read about is Ed Miliband.
    Does David Cameron know how to lead his country?

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    • 267
      HandsomeDavid says:

      Try watching something other than the BBC.

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    • 295
      Phil says:

      It’s very simple Cameron is Prime Minister but the State funded Broadcaster “The BBC” has never forgiven him for forming a coalition government and leaving their beloved Labour Party out in the cold.
      In order to compensate for this outrage the BBC ignores any good news for the Coalition, attacks Cameron and the government on a daily basis and gives air time to their favourite “Ed Milliband” every time he opens his mouth and treats him as if he was the prime minister.
      If you can imagine Russia with a legitimate democratic government which got in against all the odds and Pravda and the KGB doing their utmost to undermine it with Ed(Putin in waiting)Milliband expecting to be crowned Emperor when the peasants have been put in their place that. in my opinion, is where British politics stand today.

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      • 358
        Infuriated of West Mids says:

        Pardon? Sorry – I couldn’t hear you over the furious left-wing, self-congratulatory masturbation on the BBC News Channel.

        Talk about “red”; they’ll be red-raw by Wednesday.

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      • 486
        Tell it like it really is says:

        Excellent Phil.

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  67. 265
    Newbe says:

    Hello!

    How are we all doing? what are the rules here?

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  68. 272
    Newbe says:

    Ok

    A/S/L ?

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  69. 274
    Ah! Monika says:

    They’re aren’t any. Say what u like but humour is always welcome.
    Some words are moderated but if you want to swear just seperate the letters with a space.
    It can get very crude on here , but ignore it and enjoy.
    New thread posted frequently Monday thru Friday, but Guido’s missus draws the line at weekends.
    Most can spell but Billy is the best……….is known for his deliberate mistakes. And Oh! he’s gay but aren’t we all.

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  70. 299
    Newbe says:

    Well i thought we lived in a Christian country!

    Did not God create Adam and Eve?

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    • 322
      Irrefutable logic says:

      If god wanted us to put our willies in ladies’ lady gardens he would hardly have given men arseholes, would he?

      Like

    • 379
      mr squeaker says:

      ‘shame he didn’t put the rib on the barbie’ ……we could have had a quiet life

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  71. 300
    not a machine says:

    Whilst huhne perhaps may not want to hear what carbon taxes are doing in Aus (labour achieveing lowest poll rating ever) and Fukushima latest “it will take decades to clean up” will look forward to seeing wether his commons performance tells us anything more than his recent creative press features .
    How much have certain companies defrauded tax payer of in EU carbon trade companies ???

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  72. 304
    MultiMillionaire Tony Benn Hero of the Left says:

    You can always recognise Labour trolls because they can’t spell or punctuate. They don’t know the first thing about grammar. They have a very limited vocabulary and they’ve got nothing to say. They’re still at the rude word stage of development.

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    • 418
      MrAngry61 says:

      To be fair, that describes many of the commenters on this site…

      Like

    • 485
      Handycock (Teen Fondler) says:

      I am a Liberal democrat and I can’t spell or punctuate or know the first thing about grammar. Shagging however, that’s a different story.

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  73. 314
    Drop a Daisy cutter on the BBC says:

    Murdoch has been shown up to be an old dodderer who is out of place in the 21st century new media.

    The Guardian and BBC have been hunting for Murdoch for years now Nu Liebore can join in as well as Murdoch jumped ship.

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    • 317
      Tessa Tickles says:

      Whilst being no expert on these things, it seems NI’s problems stem not from Rupert, but that stupid son of his.

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      • 329
        Drop a Daisy cutter on the BBC says:

        Sorry but those who know say no one takes a shit at NI without Rupert’s say so, his son is the mouthpiece, one of the failings of NI and Murdoch overall is that this story has been breaking for years and the BBC/Guardian have been pushing it both for political reasons, did he think it would just go away? The Police wanted it to go away because it’s going to make them look like a bunch of corrupt thieving twats.

        I just find it interesting that this story ‘suddenly’ got legs after May last year, what happened in May last year?

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  74. 316
    Newbe says:

    Very strange site this is.

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  75. 321
    marxist twat gets it on says:

    Paul Mason has an orgasm writing for the BBC website.

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-14093772

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  76. 324
    Drop a Daisy cutter on the BBC says:

    It will be interesting to find out what Cameron asked Coulson about his previous job. I’m always reminded of that episode in the West Wing when it came out about Bartlet’s ill health and his press spokeswoman was asked by a lawyer about what she asked him about his health, something along the lines of “is there anything I need to know” or “is there anything I should know” Both phrases mean something very different in law.

    Depending on what Cameron asked Coulson it could be very sticky for Cameron.

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  77. 326
    Anonymous says:

    BBC apparatchik has orgasm writing for the web site.

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-14093772

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    • 425
      MrAngry61 says:

      But the UK broadcast media has – unlike in the US – effective regulation. Instead of a culture of partisanship there is a culture of impartiality.

      Not whenever I see it…

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  78. 328
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Come on da Windies :-)

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  79. 330
    Ed Milibland says:

    Comradeth! Thith week I will have my latetht relaunch! I guarantee thith one will work! Now let’th all thing the Red Flag!

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    • 342
      Eeu to me says:

      I wouldn’t worry Eddy my boy, you can have as many relaunches as you want but no sod will take any notice, your delightful playmates have taken out a newspaper and got loads of people made redundant and the worse sin of all, you have allowed it’s owner take control of the news cycle for the last week and it looks like for the next few weeks and I include your BBC, you screwed up Eddy ,the Digger will end up getting BSkyB even sooner as people take sides, his side, oh! what fun we’ll have when the dirty digger gets his way, merry xmas or happy winterval Eddy you stupid idiot.

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  80. 333
    nell says:

    Interesting to see militwit leading the labour charge against NI but where are the rest of his team who are all, except twatson, conspicuous by their absence?

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  81. 336
    Rickilake (Yes the one that posts on Labourlist) says:

    Hi Guido and right wing readers

    Is Labourlist now a closed shop?

    I ask because i submitted 3 comments and they did not go through, I know you will not care but i need to let off steam.

    Thanks

    Ps This was one post i tried to comment on, http://www.labourlist.org/5-eu-budget-hike

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  82. 338
    Gordon Brown says:

    I hope The Sun on Sunday will be nice about me.

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  83. 344
    DAVE call me Ruperts bed partner ! says:

    Yates should be suspended by the Home Secretary by now !
    Rebekah Brooks should have been questioned by police by now !
    The BskyB deal should be on hold by now !
    James Murdoch should also have been interviewed by police by now !
    David Cameron should be coming out and saying that Murdoch is not a fit and proper person to control BskyB by now !

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    • 349
      Anonymous says:

      So you say. I doubt anyone else gives a fuck.

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    • 366
      FreeLoaders -R-Us says:

      surely cameron is implicated in this as is brown and co – thew government has no credibilty – the constitution is at risk – all of them should fuck off now

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    • 384
      Blindfold says:

      B-BBC should be pay/view…by now!

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    • 423
      Phil says:

      343 – It is customary in a law abiding society to put someone on trial and reach a verdict of guilty before hanging,drawing and quartering them.
      We are all aware which way the wind was blowing in the last 13 odd years under Labour and unless or until your lot get back in and scrap free speech altogether and the rule of Law altogether Lynch mobs as currently portrayed by grommit aided and abetted by the Guardian and the BBC will have to take a back seat.

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      • 484
        MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK son of COD says:

        417 Please read comments properly before making stupid assumptions

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  84. 350
    Christe in bicyclo says:

    Murdoch says chief Rebekah Brooks is his top priority

    News Corp boss Rupert Murdoch has said Rebekah Brooks is his priority, after arriving in the UK to handle the News of the World phone-hacking crisis.

    He flew into London on Sunday and went to News International (NI), which News Corp owns, for talks with executives.

    He appeared later with Mrs Brooks, NI chief executive. Asked what his priority was, he said “this one” gesturing at her and smiling.

    from Beeb website.

    Isn’t that sweet?

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  85. 352
    THICK as THIEVES says:

    If this BskyB deal goes through
    it proves that Ni has a strong hold on the Tory party,which in itself need to be investigated
    In light of everything that has happened it is inconceivable that an honest government would let it proceed
    I really hope that opposition parties block this deal
    and if it comes to it that they even have to force a block
    then Cameron should go !

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    • 361
      Anonymous says:

      Bwaaaa ha ha ha ha ha ha ha! *takes deep breath” ha ha hah ha haaaa

      Oh, the hypocrisy. The sheer hypocrisy. Fuck’s sake.

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      • 401
        Anonymous says:

        You’ve conveniently forgotten that all of this hacking occurred while Labour was in power.
        Those responsible at News International knew they could get with almost anything because they were so close to Blair,Brown, Mandleson and Campbell.

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  86. 353
    MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK son of COD says:

    GUIDO ! What is your view on this whole fiasco ?

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  87. 355
    Anonymous says:

    billy i just read all te comments on here and you are far and away some sort of machine. which machine i dont know but keep up the good work makes my day reading your comments good or crap.

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  88. 356
    Mills and Boon says:

    Murdoch says Rebekah Brooks “is his top priority”

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-14100053

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    • 357
      Pass the sick bag says:

      “He appeared later with Mrs Brooks, NI chief executive. Asked what his priority was, he said “this one” gesturing at her and smiling.”

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  89. 360
    MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK son of COD says:

    Now you know what it feels like you twats !
    Murdock’s and Brooks jostled and surrounded by journalists thrusting cameras and microphones in their faces !
    long may it continue
    ha ha ha

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  90. 363
    NELL says:

    militwit militwit militwit militwit militwit militwit twotson twotson militwit militwit
    change the fuckin record
    PLEASE !

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    • 370
      nell says:

      Good Lord No!

      Not until labour gets itself a competent leader.

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      • 391
        DAVE call me Nell Cameron says:

        So Nell you would throw your full support behind the BskyB bid just because Ed is against it
        Dave is in Murdoch’s pocket and it’s payback time !
        and after all that’s gone on you would still support Cameron’s feeble attempts to justify this takeover being rushed through ?
        if your answer is yes then you fully endorse everything that NI stands for so come out and say it !

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        • 399
          nell says:

          http://www.independent.co.uk/opinion/commentators/john-rentoul/john-rentoul-cameron-exposed-but-not-at-risk-2309780.html

          under brown labour became inward looking, lost all ability to think laterally or sensibly and developed a debilitating bunker mentality that they have not managed to get rid of under militwit. twatson is a perfect example of it. ” if you don’t agree with us you must be the enemy. if you don’t support militwit you must support dave. murdoch is evil and wants to control the British press”

          The truth is rarely black or white . labour needs to widen it political horizons and throw off its brownite paranoia if it’s ever going to have a chance of recovery.

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          • Dave Dead Man Walking says:

            A bit like your attitude to anybody criticising Cameron the fraud !

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          • nell says:

            you can call cameron what you like.

            I suspect my view of cameron at the moment is similar to Mrs T’s – he’s seriously lacking in backbone!

            Having said that he’s ten times better than anything labour could offer us.

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          • BAAAAHHHH! says:

            We should be grateful for small mercies.

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    • 371
      Ah! Monika says:

      Not my nell !

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  91. 364
    TollyPointBee says:

    A couple of questions?

    Can Just Call Me talk to Rupert nowadays without it being reported/ leaked?

    Hypothetically what type of stuff would Rupert threaten Just Call Me with to make him so scared?

    No funny stuff please just proper guesses

    Hot here in Tuscany today so it woz

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    • 372
      Ah! Monika says:

      Have another glass. You might make sense then. Or probably not.

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      • 378
        TollyPointBee says:

        Can Dave talk on the fone wiv Rupert or have him & Rebeker round 4 a chat?

        Has they got piccies of him shaggin rent boys or snortin charlie?

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        • 402
          Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

          No, but if they are open to it, I am out at a party next weekend?

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    • 374
      Bored person says:

      Backing Labour at the next election, and them consequently winning. Simple as.

      Dave was young and irresponsible in the days before camera phones, so relatively unlikely to be personally embarrassing piccies of CMD

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      • 383
        nell says:

        suspect now there’s about as much chance of murdoch backing labour at the next election as there is of hell freezing over.

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        • 389
          A Mushroom says:

          Suspect you have the political insight of the average voter.

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          • nell says:

            Well let’s put it this way – I’m probably a good average example of what militwit terms middle England or as he has so quaintly labelled us ‘the squeezed middle’!!

            And at the moment I suspect we are as likely to support militwit in an election as murdoch is.

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          • BAAAAHHHH! says:

            Until the new Blair hoves into view, you’ll run with the sheep as you’re conditioned to do.

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          • nell says:

            Oh Dear baaaahhhh!

            labour has got it bad hasn’t it?!!

            now if we’re not for cameron and we’re not brownites we must be blairites!

            is there no-one in the labour opposition with a brain cell!!

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  92. 375
    Twat and Sockpuppet spotter in Chief says:

    I reckon within 24 hours newbie will be spouting some left wing tosh and turn into another left wing lunatic

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  93. 380
    Scope ambiguity spotter in Chief says:

    Is that {Twat and Sockpuppet} spotter in Chief or {Twat} and {Sockpuppet spotter in Chief}?

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  94. 388
    650 gravy train commuters says:

    We come to bury Murdoch, not to praise him.
    (Allthough in the past we may have given the impression that we fully supported his ethical stance on politics, we now realise that we were duped by power and financial rewards into falling in line with whatever He wanted.)
    Next target, IPSA!
    Up, up and away to Brussels

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  95. 393
    MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK son of COD says:

    For someone who knows nothing Rebekah Brooks claim that “worse is yet to come” how does she know ? is very disturbing
    What could be worse than what they have already been caught doing ?

    here’s a couple of ideas
    how about passing information to terrorists ?
    or withholding information on a terrorist attack ?

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  96. 397
    BoredNow says:

    Guido

    Has Order-Order been hacked. If you enter Order-Order into Google search you get taken to a site of Left wing, liberal, socialist Prickery about saving Palestine?

    Now I am all for the Floatilla to Gaza going off course to Somalia, should be fun .
    Hopefully Laure penny is on board it is high overdue she was introduced to a baton or rifle butt. Especially in a land where the journalist pass does not work.

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  97. 400
    Labourlist says:

    Does Ashcroft take Coke?

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    • 412
      A Mushroom says:

      Why would he want to when power over political parties is the ultimate aphrodisiac?

      Like

    • 414
      MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK son of COD says:

      One funds the Tory party !
      The other funds a coke habit ?

      or

      One bungs large amounts of cash to the Tories !
      and the other
      Bungs large amounts of white powder up his nose !

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    • 431
      Squeezed middle says:

      Ashcroft worked his balls off and made himself a fortune
      Baldwin’s claim to fame is fingering Dr Kelly who was the only innocent victim I know who died as a result of telling the truth.
      Did they by any chance both have a penchant for jammy dodgers?

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  98. 409
    Saffron says:

    Millitwit is completely and utterly out of his depth as regards the issues going on right now with NI.
    Someone needs to take him to one side and aquaint him as to what serious politics/shit stirring is all about.
    They need to tell him this is not about UNI debating society crap,but about real in the raw politics,which apparently he appears to know jack shit.
    Camoron also is in this category as far as I can see,although I will reserve judgement as to what this guy does which resonates with the electorate.
    If the free press is nuetered by parliament compliments of Camoron and Co then it will be a sad day for all of us.
    Finally Red Ed and Camoron are both skating on thin ice here,who will break through it is debatable.
    What will come out in the weeks and months ahead,who knows,but the innocent voters of this country have been shown what goes on in the pursuit of power/influence is alien to their natural idea’s of what politics is all about.
    My message to the peoples of this once great land is this:- Wake up and see what these POLITICO’S are doing to you,they are selling you down the river big time.
    For Christsake look at the EUSSR,they are buying their own debt,who in their right mind would do this?.
    The banksters are rubbing their hands over this honeypot.
    The Euro will collapse the moneymen will make sure of this.
    Spain is the next one to go belly up,and then Italy and then the EUSSR dream will collapse and hopefully we will see the EUSSR dream of parity between national states hit the buffers.

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  99. 415
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    ++++++++ Read this++++++++++++++

    HouseofTwits profile

    HouseofTwits RT @thehooleys Former top aide to British prime minister arrested in Murdoch hacking scandal http://t.co/paiowem 4 minutes ago · reply · retweet · favor

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    • 420
      Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

      Dont bother.

      Got excited ove rheadline , didnt read lin…………

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  100. 416
    Peterborough is the Worst Place on the Planet says:

    Rumors are circulating suggesting that News Int staff hacking the phones of 9/11 survivors. If this turns out to be true the offices should be classified as a crime scene and sealed to prevent any further e-mails being deleted.

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    • 422
      Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

      And so should Labour HQ.

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    • 424
      Back to School says:

      “Rumours”

      And no, they’re not.

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    • 437
      nell says:

      OMG! talk about the hysterical left and the imaginary evil that is murdoch!

      Mind I suppose with his blank sheet of paper this was a good high profile bandwagon for militwit to jump on in the hope of hiding his own lack of substance.

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    • 441
      Infuriated of West Mids says:

      If true, then Labour, and Knacker of the Yard had better really watch out.

      What a can of worms….

      Best of luck, Milimong – this is going to go far beyond your pathetic, short-term, oppotunistic attempts to smear the Conservatives over Coulson.

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    • 467
      Cynical Old Man says:

      Rumours are just what they are. Someone seems to be going all out to destroy Murdoch’s business, not only in this country, but in the U.S. Can’t you lot see the constant ratcheting up of the seriousness of the allegations is a bit suspicious in itself? That particular allegation seems to have been made to ensure American public opinion turns against old Rupert. Where’s that particular allegation come from? I know one of the daily rags is leading on it. Someone, somewhere is certainly pulling the strings and planting these allegations, probably to turn the pressure on Cameron to pull the plug on the BSkyB takeover.

      The press are being played like an old violin by someone in a position of influence. Labour? The BBC? Media competitors? Max Moseley? Probably all colluding with each other.

      By the way, I’m no fan of Murdoch. Never bought his papers. Don’t even subscribe to Sky. All I know is that there’s definitely something fishy about the constant drip of allegations, each one more serious that the previous one, in order to keep the pot boiling.

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      • 480
        Fabians are Evil says:

        It is George Soros – he is spending millions within the USA to try and bring down Fox

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      • 481
        Anonymous says:

        One of the great ironies of all this is that before Murdoch tried to buy BSkyB everyone thought he owned it.

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      • 482
        Anonymous says:

        Is it an incontrovertible fact that the NOTW hacked into Millie Dowler’s phone or is it an allegation? There are so many allegations flying around you can accuse them of anything and they are not really in a position to deny it, hence the 9/11 stuff. Mind you, isn’t that what the Sun did to Mr Jeffries?

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  101. 426
    Gordon Brown ate my hamster says:

    The US has said it’s withholding $800m in military aid to P a kis tan because of their behaviour over harbouring Bin Laden. What a stark contrast to Cameron’s lot continuing to pour money into their terrorist coffers as well as still giving aid to poverty stricken India and its astronauts..

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    • 479
      Dave says:

      But it helps me to feel warm inside over drinkies in the Cotswolds, knowing I have been so generous!

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  102. 428

    US Suspends $800 Million in Military Aid to Pakistan. How long before we follow?

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  103. 432

    US Suspends $800 Million in Military Aid to Pa-kis-tan. How long before we follow?

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    • 439
      David Cameron says:

      Giving aid to India and P a kis tan is the right thing to do. Those who criticise lack moral fibre.

      Like

    • 476
      albacore says:

      Dave’s whole world would fall apart if he couldn’t throw loadsamoney at foreigners.
      Not his own money, of course. Not even our money, because the country’s deep in debt and the money cupboard’s bare.
      Lord knows who it is whose money he is doling out but, if they were happy enough to humour poor Gordon, it’d be a bit mean of them to cut off Dave’s supply now.

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  104. 435

    ‘A future war in Sudan is now inevitable’, the truth about the world’s newest state http://t.co/6ROEySZ Not as boring as it sounds….

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  105. 444

    This site will close until Rich and Mark turn out a funny cartoon.

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  106. 446
    Peace, love and the dream that died says:

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  107. 450
    Gordon Brown says:

    Rupert was mean to me.

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  108. 453
    Yoda says:

    Fear is the path to the dark side……

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  109. 454
    Drop a Daisy cutter on the BBC says:

    Guido – SORT YOUR FUCKING SITE OUT SO IT WORKS WITH GOOGLE CHROME.

    Fucking hell man it’s a stinking pile of shit.

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  110. 457
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    no “cartoon” ?

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  111. 458
    TollyPointBee says:

    Can I have a price on Mrs Brooks getting bird?

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  112. 459
    TollyPointBee says:

    I would also like a price on some deaths in the naer future. If Brooks or Yates know the games up will they do the honourable thing?

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  113. 460
    MB. says:

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-14100053

    “Rupert Murdoch says News International chief executive Rebekah Brooks is his first priority”

    That’s an amazing statement from him when several hundred people have lost their jobs.

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    • 462
      TollyPointBee says:

      Maybe the old man has actually lost the plot. He uses NewCorp money to buy companies off his kids for hundereds of million $$$. These shareholders must be a total bunch of TOBIES that need 2 do their dough

      Like

    • 464
      Anonymous says:

      No fool like an old fool someone said today……

      Like

  114. 483
    Fiddling whilst Rome burns says:

    Meanwhile whilst the UK establishment and media is getting itself into a frenzy over this………. back in the real World………as Osborne warned of real risk of double-dip in UK economy

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2013329/Will-euro-debt-crisis-swallow-Italy-EC-fears-Rome-follow-Athens-Dublin-Lisbon.html

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