July 13th, 2011

MPs Call For Piers Morgan To Give Evidence About Hacking

Three Conservative MPs have joined calls to see Piers Morgan answer questions about phone-hacking. Last week the Liberal Democrat MP Adrian Sanders implicated the Mirror in the hacking scandal:

“…the Daily Mirror, when under the auspices of Piers Morgan, is suspected of using voicemail interception to reveal Sven-Goran Eriksson’s affair with Ulrika Jonsson. Given that there are questions over Scotland Yard’s handling of the current case, it is essential that its actions are reviewed independently and that future action against suspected phone hackers does not remain solely the domain of the Met.”

As Lord Justice Leveson prepares his inquiry, a long list of witnesses will be drawn up. This must include executives, editors and hacks of the News of the World’s rivals. This is about more than Murdoch now. 

Aidan Burley MP | Nigel Adams MP | Douglas Carswell MP

Member of Parliament, Aidan Burley, told Guido:

“In the light of these new allegations about telephone hacking during his editorship of the Daily Mirror, Piers Morgan should be called to the phone-hacking inquiry to face questions on oath.”

Nigel Adams MP added:

“If evidence surfaces that Piers Morgan had some knowledge of phone hacking while he was in the newspaper industry, it would of course seem sensible to ask him to appear before the inquiry.” 

Douglas Carswell MP also called for Morgan to appear before Lord Leveson’s inquiry:

“Piers Morgan needs to come and explain what he knows about the vile practice of phone hacking and if he knew it was taking place at the Mirror.  No celebrity is too grand to come and answer questions.”

And it’s not just lawmakers who are on Morgan’s case. Kevin Bakhurst, the BBC News Channel’s boss told Guido this morning that the BBC was actively pursuing the Morgan story and he had already invited Piers to explain on air via Twitter. Sky News have also given him an opportunity to clear his name live on Sky. Never like Piers to ignore some airtime…

 

UPDATE: Another Tory MP weighs in, with Louise Mensch stating:

“At the very least Mr Morgan should answer the allegations put forward by a prominent UK blog. It is also clear to me that the inquiry must cover not only News International, but Trinity Mirror Group, Associated Newspapers and other tabloid organisations.”

UPDATE II: In New York Business Insider says:

“It’s sounding less and less likely that CNN’s Piers Morgan is going to manage to stay free of the Murdoch phone-hacking scandal engulfing Britain…
…CNN had no comment when we reached out to them yesterday regarding the report.”


432 Comments

  1. 1
    • 15
      Ed the shortsighted says:

      Can we take some time out to give credit whete credit is due and thank Ed Milliband for driving this issue to the top of the agenda. If this is done properly all sorts of detrious is going to be uncovered . No need for phone hacking when this kind of enquiry is on the go. Super injunctions wont save some folk now :)

      All hail Ed !

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      • 20
        Hugh Janus says:

        Let’s not get carried away here, he’s still a complete loser. Just for once he’s arrived at the right answer for the wrong reasons. By the law of averages it was bound to happen sooner or later

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        • 27
          Ed the shortsighted says:

          I see Ed is trying to shift the blame, sorry the credit onto the people up and down the country for the fix sorry this great victory. Actually Ed we wernt that bothered about it, it was you Sir who have made the wonderful prospect of your colleagues facing difficult questions under oath a reality. Thank you.

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          • Order-Order AKA PissingInTheWind.com says:

            Surely you must tire of drinking your own urine as it splashes back in your face, Mr Fawkes?

            Never mind this rubbish about the affair of a tart and an OAP, let’s talk about the real story: Mr Coulson supplying David Cameron with information garnered by criminals working for News International who hacked the phones of Labour MPs in order to rig the General Election.

            Or haven’t you got the balls?

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          • Grumpy Old Man says:

            Fuck off, TaT.

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          • Order-Order AKA PissingInTheWind.com says:

            Thought not.

            Hitler only had one ball.

            Tory Bear and Mr Fawkes don’t share a single ball between them.

            No nuts whatsover. Nutty, but no nuts.

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          • creber ut furtificus says:

            This reply numbering system is very good indeed.

            You can count exactly how many Tory HQ paid stooges are operating on this site at any one time.

            Nice one, Guido!

            There are currently only 7 paid Conservative party stooges operating on this blog.

            Fucking rubbish. Useless wankers.

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          • in the know says:

            This can’t be tat, he used to hate double spacers.

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          • smoggie says:

            It’s tat alright. The double spacing is necessary because of the straight jacket the soft lad is having to type through.

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          • smoggie says:

            creber : thick, frequent, numerous. crebro : repeatedly, often, one after the other, time after time. …… furtificus : thievish. furtim : by stealth, stealthily. …… rogo eum ut +subjunctive : to ask someone to do something. …

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          • smoggie says:

            creber : thick, frequent, numerous. crebro : rep­eatedly, often, one after the other, time after time. …… furtificus : thievish. furtim : by stealth, stealthily. …… rogo eum ut +subjunctive : to ask someone to do something. …

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          • Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

            http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/education-14130854

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        • 48
          Editor says:

          Like those monkeys who typed shakespeare :-)

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          • David Laws Lib Dem fiddler says:

            So who is going to hold the corrupt politicians to account when they restrict newspapers activities? Looking ahead I fear the outcome will give free reign to these dishonest people who appear unaccountable to anyone, least of all the electorate. Without the press the expense scandal would have been suppressed by Harman ugly person and expense fiddler speaker Martin.

            This will be bad day for the public and the House of Corruption will be even less accountable.

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      • 213
        Ed the shortsighted says:

        I take it by the number of thumbs down my post at #15 got that many folks on here dont get Irony or sarcasm even with the clue being in my name. god some people are thick.

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        • 271
          Anonymous says:

          I blame the remedial reading class fuckers that Billy Bowden has attracted to this site, all high on super spicy pot noodles FFS,

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        • 385
          Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

          but it was not ironic you twat

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          • Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

            Fuck forgot I cannot spell

            and i diid note gradubate frome redmidial classs or i wood haave tryed tooo be comme a politcon

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    • 21
      City Slicker says:

      News corp shares now up over 5% on the day

      http://data.cnbc.com/quotes/NWSA

      Who thought Rupe was mad to buy stock back yesterday? :)

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    • 147
      Anonymous says:

      You seems to be supporting criminals and not victims like Milly Dowler family, solders who died, 9/11 victims, etc.

      This is pathetic.

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      • 169
        sockpuppet #4 says:

        If parliment spends less time talking about phone hacking, what harm does that do to soldiers or 9/11 victims?

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        • 189
          Anonymous says:

          If parliament spends less time it will become easy to cover it up and let Rupert and his gang escape.

          If parliament had spends less time Cameron would not have done anything and given Rupert and his gang 100% control.

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      • 175
        Jabba the Cat says:

        All those alleged but as yet unproven victims of hacking…

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    • 173
      The Piss Soaked Tramp Formally Known As TAT! says:

      Our debt is 400% past our GDP already as reported internationally.

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    • 277
      nell says:

      Well whatever militwit has said today is suddenly irrelevant; wiped out by the absolutely stunning self-pitying, delusional bile that has poured out of gordon’s hi-jacking of the debate in the hoc tonight.

      His most amazing performance ever! mcbride and whelan would have been proud of him!!

      I wonder what mandy made of it watching him from the gallery?!

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      • 328
        nell says:

        And according to allisonpearson in tomorrow’s telegraph, gordon personally invited those self-same tabloid editors, that invaded his privacy, to the funeral of his daughter.

        Why?!!!!

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    • 408
      M says:

      M here on blah alert:)
      Iin all the “hacking” news over the last week “blaggong” was one of the practices considered inappropriate .
      The now labour leader got the job through the union vote
      This week ed said he didn’t want to stand on a platform with bob crow because he doesn’t support the kind of unionism crow represents . If ed hands back the votes crow’s unioin gave him would ed be leader

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  2. 2
    50 Calibre says:

    He could always apply for US citizenship, but would they have him?

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  3. 3
    That's News says:

    Oh, dear! What HAS David Miliband done?

    Who next in Friends of Labour will be asked to testify on oath?

    OMG! How utterly wonderful!

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    • 4
      That's News says:

      Oops! Ed Milband I meant!

      What I was thinking was: “Strange! Why hasn’t David Milband said anything? Not giving his brother enough rope to hang himself, is he?”

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      • 86
        Simple Minds says:

        He’s not the only one running for cover. Balls has also been strangely quiet. Methinks he is reflecting on his catastrophic error of judgment regarding his own poison dwarf. People, glass houses, stones…..

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        • 99
          I'll have some of that says:

          It would be an outrageous assumption that Ed had been involved in any sort of hacking wouldn’t it…..?

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          • Archer Karcher says:

            You are right!
            How could anyone mention the odious bully Balls and corrupt wrongdoing in the same breath?
            The man is clearly of the utmost honour and integrity and would never countenance such sordid behaviour.
            Why, ask his friend of long standing and well known man of honour Damien McBride and he will confirm, Balls is one of the most charming and honest men alive today.

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        • 232
          Gene Poole says:

          O contraire mes ami, he’s been in the background generating the allegations

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    • 13
      Master Baitor Returns says:

      Twat

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  4. 5
    Blue Eyes says:

    “face questions on oath”

    Surely the questions should be about phone hacking, if the enquiry is to remain on topic…

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    • 88
      RetardEd craps on own doorstep says:

      PLOD said they would follow the evidence. Who knows where that may take them, Peter, Tony, John, Hazel Gordon etc?

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  5. 6

    ‘The PCS’s Mark Serwotka: Greedy Bastard’ The truth about the man behind the strikes & his £125k/year http://t.co/wNR9Psu

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    • 31
      I don't need no doctor says:

      Serwotka is a greedy two faced tosser. Comrades give me your money, trust me.

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      • 97
        Cameroon says:

        I am thinking about introducing a salary cap for union leaders. That would probably make me pretty popular with the rank and file members.

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        • 185
          Archer Karcher says:

          It will take a lot more than that, to get people like me, to ever vote Tory again.

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        • 195
          Grumpy Old Man says:

          Just amend the legislation to state that when a union strike is called, then union execs go on strike pay as well. That’ll cut down industrial action.

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    • 245
      MAREK SERWOTKA says:

      Like Gordoom said, ‘British jobs for British workers’ !!

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    • 352
      That's News says:

      he has an honour VGB, plus bar.

      He once addressed a room full of fairly senior civil servants. One of whom said at the gathering: “I always wondered why I paid my subs to the PCS. Now I know why, I am going to resign from the PCS as of now!”

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  6. 7
    Axe The Telly Tax says:

    Another smokescreen to avoid the EUSSR elephant in the room.

    Are you in league with the LibLabCon traitors Guido?

    In-Out EUSSR referendum NOW!!!!!

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  7. 8
    Anonymous says:

    Brilliant revelation Guido! Class.

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  8. 9
    Schillings says:

    We have taken instructions and a superinjunction will be applied for straightaway.

    Thank you and good afternoon

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  9. 10
    Moron says:

    but if I have a criminal record, my US visa might be withdrawn…

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    • 28
      Uncle Sam says:

      Will be not might be.

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    • 109
      Aunt Hilda says:

      well don’t expect a welcome back here plonker sod off to…scotland and play with gordon…lots of long crass interviews about boom and bust..that horrid man tony..sarah and the sprogs..how he cried …how you cried when you saw those soldier pictures and how you actually sobbed when the shares paid off but you were rumbled….and to cap it all there you are chatting about how a swedish speaking staffer had to help you decipher the voices……oops try going beyond borders with that lot under your grillpan smartarse.

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    • 126
      US Immigration Type says:

      You shouldn’t have stuck it up your arse.

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  10. 11
    Rebekah Brooks says:

    Mmm. Piers is such a dish. Fond memories of his balls slapping against my ginger chuffbox.

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    • 50
      Gonk says:

      Dear Rebekah,
      Respond favourably to that kind invitation
      to have a ‘chat’ about stuff at the committee.
      When everyone’s seated, leap over the desk
      and charge the oily Vaz armed with a cricket bat.
      Hit him very vigorously ( but not fatally) kick him
      in the ghoullies and then flan him. Everyone will cheer
      and you’ll get away with it. Good luck,

      Yours affectionately R xx

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      • 102
        Trained Assasin says:

        No Rebekah follow your instincts on Vaz.

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      • 183
        Sir Reginald Titbrain [Decd.} says:

        Just set fire to the clown. He’s more oily than the Gulf of Mexico after a visit from BP and will illuminate something for once.

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        • 197
          Grumpy Old Man says:

          This is Vaz you are talking about. All setting fire to him will do will be to create a smokescreen.

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          • John Bellingham says:

            How come that odious Yemeni refugee is still in Parliament, let alone the chair of a committee? He has more form than the entire cast of Crimewatch. His wikipaedia entry, apart from listing his creative methods of gaining extra income, also suggests that he is interested in Homeopathy: should’ve guessed that!

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    • 68
      Anonymous Narcissist with a new TV show coming soon says:

      Is that the night I asked if you were poaching us some fish for supper and you disappeared to the bathroom for a hour, Rebekah?

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  11. 12

    End of the Piers show

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  12. 14
    Me Me Me says:

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  13. 16
    Hugh Janus says:

    Superb. Watching Moron squirm under oath will be the finest use of a day off in the history of such things.

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    • 111
      Gonk says:

      In true celebrity C list style, pull a sickie,
      get a good selection of crisps in, don’t shave
      or open the curtains. Enjoy.

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  14. 17
    Piers Morgan says:

    Pure jealousy about my succesful CNN show. Fuck you lousy Brits. I’ve made it big in the USA now and your pathetic griping can’t touch me.

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    • 56
      Jeremy Clarkson says:

      Didn’t I punch you once for being a cock?

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    • 372
      Peter Carter-Fuck says:

      Don’t worry Piers, I’ll look after Celia’s needs whilst you’re sucking off the hard men in the Big House. Mind you, I’ll want to see her wash her minge out with carbolic first.

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  15. 23
    Postal Vote says:

    Brown should be invited for a hearing under oath too, because:

    1968: Rebekah Brooks was born

    2006: Sun publishes story about Brown’s son

    2008: Brown’s wife organises Brooks’s 40th birthday bash

    2011: Brown very carefully crafts his answers in a bbeb interview, not making any clear accusations but rather raising questions about how the information about his son got public.

    Either the year 2008 or the year 2011 should be marked “inconsistent” in the above time line for which the help of Brown seems necessary.

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  16. 26
    Down With Brown! says:

    *Gordon Brown is in the House of Commons writing a speech.*

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  17. 30
    Hard-Lazing Voter says:

    It’s a bit nauseating watching Ed Miliband do a victory lap in a race he didn’t really take part in.

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    • 44
      nell says:

      He was full of hot air yesterday on how he was going to lead the charge from the front and now here he is doing a lap of the circus ring like one of the clowns warming up a crowd.

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  18. 33
    Ewanme says:

    Hiya , guys .

    If Pierce has to testify , how long will it take for Simon , Dannniii an Louis to press their buzzers ???

    E x

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  19. 35
    hmmmm says:

    Can we add the blessed BBC to the inquiry. What are their sources – where do Peston Marr etc get their stories from??
    I can see the media and the political classes eating themselves and each other in this one.

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    • 41
      Loungelizard says:

      Far too tight with Labour

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    • 45
      Robert Peston's peyote supplier says:

      Robert is an arse-licker without equal and owes me £350. Marr is just some gargoyle that people laugh at while having sex on a Sunday morning.

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    • 225
      insertcoinhere says:

      “where do Peston Marr etc get their stories from??”

      Labour press releases

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  20. 36
    Postal Vote says:

    MPs should also conduct a simple but time consuming advert and page count for public sector job adverts in newspapers over the period 1997-2010 with particular focus on the Guardian and compare Guardian and Independent, another newspaper that is not overly in love with the conservatives. This should include all strands of the public sector including beeb, quangos, councils, nhs, dvla whatever.

    Check website ads as well.

    Ask newspaper FD how much money the get from public sector job adverts and express it as percentage of revenues.

    Look at other advertising such as 5-a-day etc as well.

    Labour has been propping up the Guardian through public sector job adverts. Beeb puts 75% of its adverts in Guardian.

    Labour Gaurdian links:
    -Wagg Prosser (ex Mandelson PA)
    -Myners
    -Ashley (father labour peer)
    -MP on media select committee used to be with the Observer
    and there must be others

    Result should be a law requiring careful spreading of ads and one central website for all public setor jobs to save costs and prevent purchase of biased reporting.

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  21. 37
    what a plonker says:

    Morgan is a two faced socialist creep that will have to answer on oath all his dealings with the Labour mafia in the last government . Bring it on.

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  22. 38
    I don't need no doctor says:

    Ed Miliband played the Coulson card about twenty times too many. During PMQs all he was interested in was trying to belittle Cameron, unfortunately he only showed himself up. Miliband is not interested in the Dowler family et al, all he is interested in is himself and justifying his position as leader of the labour party by any means
    Just like Gordon Brown, Ed Miliband will never good enough.
    Miliband you are a disgrace, take a look at yourself before you call others.

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    • 43
      Postal Vote says:

      Miliband is hinging his political career on warnings from the editor of a newspaper that is clearly biased to labour.

      What did the warnings consist of?

      Was a file shown?

      Was it one sentence about Coulson in a converstation with a wide range of topics or was 20 minutes spent on Coulson?

      Why should a conservative staffer take everything word for word from an editor of a hostile newspaper that hates everyone from the Murdoch stables?

      Why listen to an editor who is bought by labour’s clever placing of public sector job adverst in his paper?

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  23. 39
    Loungelizard says:

    Just for the hell of it haul Tonybee in and give her a good kicking

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    • 54
      joescotus says:

      not only polly. give yasmin balab.. alikabarbi….balikaba-ba .oh fuck it that pakistani/via uganda import.

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      • 337
        John Bellingham says:

        Surely they will only invite people who are engaged in the profession of journalism? Babbling on Breakfast TV shows doesn’t count.

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    • 123
      Polly Toyntwat says:

      Sorry darling I’m relaxing at my villa in Italy far away from the ghastly British peasants.

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      • 396
        @tollypointbee says:

        Polly Toynttwat is obviously some cowardly right wing impersonator.

        I am the true Tuscan Socialista.

        I shall be contacting my man at Carter Ruck at the opening of play today.

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    • 215
      Engineer says:

      No point asking Polly about phone hacking. Polly doesn’t use mobile phones, she employs a minion to do that for her.

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  24. 46
    Allan@Aberdeen says:

    The whole kerfuffle is a distraction to draw attention away from the one serious disclosure – that the police accepted bribes for information. The police are now corrupt beyond redemption and cannot be trusted to investigate themselves. That ‘journalists’ bribe and hack is a given: it’s what they do.

    Btw, have Piers Morgan and Peter Hain ever been seen in the same location simultaneously?

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  25. 49
    Piers Dogshit Moron says:

    If anyone publishes those pics of me rimming Cowell’s arsehole. I will sue

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    • 114
      Sir William Waad says:

      I turned them down for the Waad Mercury because they’d obviously been faked up in an army lorry somewhere.

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  26. 51
    A Fine Pair of Lungs says:

    Moron is a spineless piece of crap

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  27. 52
    Jeremy Clarkson from the Cotswolds via Doncaster says:

    Some say he likes fake photographs; some say he is a 3am Girl; some say he has a tattoo of his face – on his face; while some even say I tattooed his face, with my fist … in a lavatory … at a party.

    All we know is … he’s called Piss Moron!

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  28. 53
    The Mirror hacked says:

    Goodbye Morons

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  29. 55

    Gordon is speaking. The utter cheek! He says Cameron has some nerve for not showing up.

    ??

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  30. 56
    Dick Scratcher says:

    Fuggin Hell ! Gordon Brown is ACTUALLY IN PARLIAMENT…and there’s no H on his forehead !

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  31. 58

    Gordon says Cameron is a disgrace for not turning up to the Commons.

    Yes. Gordon Brown said that. With a reasonably straight face.

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  32. 59
    Bled White Taxpayer says:

    Gordon’s alive! And speaking in the HoC (@ 1738).

    Still looks like a thief, though.

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  33. 60
    Bled White Taxpayer says:

    That modbot is getting obsessive and personal. WTF is wrong with mentioning that Gordon is actually speaking to the HoC?

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  34. 61
    Drop a Daisy cutter on the BBC says:

    Fucking hell, the one eyed shit stabber is in the Commons, but even then he’s monging away. He just said that BSkyB is not fit to hold a broadcasting licence. Really you fucking shit stabber? fuck off back to Scotland you deformed jawed bullying shit stabbing c u n t .

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    • 72
      Bled White Taxpayer says:

      I’m as surprised as you, but Guido’s modbot has the advantage on me. Modded twice, following two earlier moddings today that after review got through unscathed.

      I’m beginning to feel persecuted by the modbot. Every time, after human review, the post gets through unaltered. Guido, can you explain what sort of words get modded?

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    • 76
      Down With Brown! says:

      Gordon wants to lead the charge against News International. I’m looking forward to the Murdochs’ revenge against that horrible man.

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      • 81
        Simple Minds says:

        Yes, it should be very rewarding. Long live the free press.

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        • 92
          Down With Brown! says:

          What went on when Gordon Brown and Gerald Kaufman shared a flat together? Why does Sarah go to Canterbury so often?

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          • The Manchester Cosy Drinking Club of Policemen and Barristers (1975-85) says:

            Gerald Kaufman? Couldn’t be proved, but we all knew what he got up to.

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          • Drop a Daisy cutter on the BBC says:

            They played naked Twister.

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      • 176
        Old Tory Bigot says:

        I’m sure Rupe knows where a few choice rotting corpses are buried.

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  35. 62
    Govt-BY-Cluster-Fuck says:

    good grief McSnot is trying to sound outraged in Westminster , after all he did to erode our privacy and civil rights he has a cheek .

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  36. 65
    Hard-Lazing Voter says:

    Watching that twat Brown blather and pontificate when he BARELY EVER TURNS UP TO THE HOUSE, just to massage his own crap legacy?

    Yeah, bugger off, you dour jock.

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  37. 66
    Down With Brown! says:

    Bloody hell!

    Gordon is mocking Cameron for not being present in parliament. The irony!

    Gordon is pretending to be the defender of civil liberties. What about 42 days detension?

    Gordon is saying News Corp is from the sewer. A big rich from a man who put McPoison in the Downing Street bunker.

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  38. 67
    Drop a Daisy cutter on the BBC says:

    Brown is a lying shit, he just said that back in 2007 he knew nothing of the illegal acts at NI, yet Rebekah Brooks stated in Parliament back in 2003 that they paid the Police, why didn’t the one eyed bummer do something back then?

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    • 100
      Down With Brown! says:

      Why did his wife organise a birthday party for Rebekah Brooks?

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    • 222
      Anonymous says:

      It will be very interesting to compare what they say now with what they say under oath.
      How will we judge which is the truth? The Judge hearing only statements under oath is compelled to accept it as truth unless it is contradicted by others with proven evidence.

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  39. 69
    Eeu to me says:

    Brown is up, what a load of fckin catshit the guy is speaking, how much help was he when he was in charge, military got people killed because he wouldn’t pay up for kit, postal votes, foot and mouth yes, floods yes,how many times has he been in the hp, what a disgusting person.

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  40. 70
    Drop a Daisy cutter on the BBC says:

    The Mong keeps saying BSkyB

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  41. 73
    Hard-Lazing Voter says:

    This man raided private pensions to the tune of five million squids and he has the gall to complain that a Sunday Times journalist looked at his bank details a few times?

    Go back to your rock, Gordon.

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    • 127
      HandsomeDavid says:

      It was to the tune of five BILLION pounds per ANNUM. The removal of that money from the pension funds (and its cumulative growth over 13 years) we are now approaching a figure of

      ONE HUNDRED BILLION POUNDS.

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    • 324
      Anonymous says:

      While the journalist may have looked at Brown’s money, he certainly didn’t touch.

      Brown, on the other hand, didn’t just look at pensions – he helped his friggin’ self to the money.

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  42. 74
    Paul Burrel says:

    Tell Peirs I want my face back.

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  43. 77
    Simple Minds says:

    Yes, McTwat busy on his feet trying to create even more turmoil by alleging that it is all a huge criminal conspiracy…. save the world….. one, of course, he had nothing to do with whatsoever…. absolutely, no birthday f’ing cake at all.

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  44. 78
    Down With Brown! says:

    Lets have an inquiry into how Brown nearly bankrupted the UK.

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  45. 79
    ModBot says:

    WARNING

    Auto-moderation now in progress while my programmers head off to the pub.

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  46. 80
    Down With Brown! says:

    Deluded Brown thinks he would still be PM if it wasn’t for the Sun.

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  47. 82
    Moley. says:

    Baldwin will obviously have be called to give evidence too.

    He apparently has to give some answers to questions about how information regarding Lord Ashcroft was obtained.

    Or is blagging entirely acceptable if it used by the lefties (BBC?) to bring down a right wing hate figure?

    What is the relationship between Nick Robinson and Labour, the BBC and Labour, and how is it compatible with the requirement for impartiality?

    The BBC has to be included in the investigation, it has many questions to answer. Should the BBC broadcast allegations or material that was obtained illegally?

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  48. 83
    alex weir says:

    All this is smoke and mirrors. The real story is police corruption up to pm level. Alex weir. Gaborone

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  49. 84
    Down With Brown! says:

    Two words for McDoom:

    Damien McBride!!!

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  50. 87
    Order says:

    Gordon’s still as sane as ever with his usual grasp of reality on the floor of the House, I see.

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    • 90
      Simple Minds says:

      Yes, he now appears to be questioning the integrity of the police. Well, I am sure we all want to hear what they have to say by way of return. How very ill-advised.

      Like

  51. 91
    Steve Miliband says:

    Dr Evil!!

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  52. 93
    Down With Brown! says:

    Love the MP who is shouting “sit down” at McBonkers.

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  53. 94
    Bad Magic says:

    BROWN Stooge Piers Morgan has created bad Karma with his TRICKS. You do not need to be a MINDREADER to know that the MORON is shitting himself.

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  54. 98
    Down With Brown! says:

    Bercow loves Gordon.

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  55. 105
    Gordon Brown says:

    I will never use my children as props.

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  56. 106
    Anonymous says:

    If the phone-hacking enquiry is going to be re-opened by the police, then the “cash for peerages” enquiry should also be re-opened by the police.

    If News International employees are going to be questioned under oath by a judge, then employees of all other national newspapers should also be questioned under oath by a judge.

    If Ofcom is going to hold an enquiry into BSkyB, then it should also hold an enquiry into the BBC.

    The Television Licence Tax should be suspended, or better still abolished, whilst that enquiry takes place.

    What is sauce for the goose should also be …

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  57. 107
    Rat's arse says:

    Squeaker letting Mctwat burble on and getting very angry at tory laughter. What a pair of t w a t s and what shameless behaviour.

    Brown at his dillusional best.

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  58. 110
    Simple Minds says:

    I’d like to name and shame Gordon Brown as the sorriest excuse for a PM this country has ever had! How bloody dare he!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  59. 113
    Hard-Lazing Voter says:

    WHY IS HE STILL SPEAKING

    MAKE HIM GO AWAY

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  60. 115
    Anonymous says:

    Talk about a butterfly fluttering its wings. If Milly Dowler had never got off the train at Walton station to buy chips we’d still have the News Of The World, Murdoch would fully own Sky and the vast majority of people in Britain would still think of Gordon Brown as a useless c*nt. Is she the most powerful female who ever lived?

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    • 129
      Alternate Reality says:

      The Many Worlds theory of Quantum Physics would suggest that there are infinitely many other realities where the News of the World still exists.

      I can’t believe there is a single one, however, where, if Gordon Brown exists, he is anything other than useless.

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    • 239
      Al Capone says:

      he does my tax returns in this reality

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  61. 117
    Hard-Lazing Voter says:

    “If we do not act now, forcibly, with clarity, friends around the world will ask what kind of country we have become.”

    Friends like who? George Soros?

    Sod off.

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    • 144
      Archer Karcher says:

      Or his Bilderberger chums?

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    • 345
      Levi Stapress says:

      I’ll tell you what kind of country we’ve become thanks to brown,bliar and the rest of the gang of fuckin bastards.A far worse place than before they turned up. We’re a country that’s no longer our own, submerged under a morass of pc, leftist international socialist bollocks and ethnic shit.

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  62. 118
    Crikey says:

    Brown ranting in the HoC ranting about the erosion of “civil liberties”. Have I entered a parallel universe?

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  63. 119
    Anonymous says:

    Gordon Brown has just admitted blagging Tories is legitimate blagging him is not. What a C U N T.

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  64. 120
    EC1 PhD says:

    If they don’t sell that bloody house in France by the end of this week, it’ll never sell.

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    • 145
      sockpuppet #4 says:

      I dunno. when its priced in francs it might be ok. if you hold deutschEuros that is.

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    • 148
      sockpuppet #4 says:

      tut. try again, but differently.

      It might be a reasonable sum if you’re paying in “neue deutschmarks”.

      “Eurozone to break up by 2015 6/5 “

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  65. 121
    Down With Brown! says:

    I can’t believe Brown claims he defended civil liberties.

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  66. 124
    Taxfodder says:

    Watched Dave C today re news int, he was not convincing.

    Fire and brimstone denunciations merely highlight the fact he is “a light weight”.

    A typical fair weather hypocrite running for cover under a barrage of bull shite lies to leave his erstwhile friends in the shit he helped to mix with them.

    What a display what a tosser!

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  67. 125
    Anonymous says:

    Perhaps NI should now disclose matters that they were asked not to disclose “in the public interest”during the tenure of the last government ? Eh Gordon?

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  68. 128
    Eeu to me says:

    “Subversion of our basic rights” ,Id cards,dna,any twat working for the uncivil service can force there way into your home, overflying house to see what they have in the place to enable to charge more, fortnightly bins,10billion a year from private pensions, slithering over to Europe to sign the Lisbon treaty the following day, the guy is a joke

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  69. 130
    Murdo McSponge says:

    With reference to one Piers Morgan’s situation in the hacking party, if I remember rightly, The Mirror has a proven involvement in phone hacking going back to the very early days of mobile phones. Wasn’t phone hacking responsible for “tampaxgate”? I believe, in the first pages of his memoires, a long serving editor of the Mirror quotes as his / the Rag’s greatest scoop, as a “hacked” mobile telephone conversation between Prince Charles and, the then, Camilla Parker Bowles, in which the aforementioned expressed the desire to be the latter’s “tampax”. Unfortunately, at the time the P of W was married to the fragrant Diana, which made for a very saucy story. Suffice it to say that The Mirror has a very long history of listening to peoples’ private conversations. The World (and the Labour Party) should have that pointed out to them.

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  70. 131
    Greek economy - socialism in action says:

    I see that our monocular, Caledonian, nasal-condensate gobbling friend Incapability Brown has been let out to babble at his ex-workmates. He seems to be calling for the enquiry which Dave announced some hours ago.

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      The wizz says:

      Give him time, the poor man is on another planet. I think that his own party must know this. Bless.

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  71. 132

    Miliband is on the air again!
    Has he got his own channel now?

    I mean.. another one.
    Maybe he needs to be referred to Ofcom.

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  72. 133
    nell says:

    I must confess watching gordon’s performance in the hoc I do wonder what he’s on!

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  73. 134
    eeu to me says:

    Brown wimp and liar, he screwed the economy up, he taxed the crap out of us yet he turns around and is scared of Murdoch, something is smelling like a major sewer fault.

    Like

  74. 135
    Dick Scratcher says:

    Bent Bradshaw just luuurves the BBC.

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  75. 138
    Drop a Daisy cutter on the BBC says:

    The whole House of Commons was pretty much united together until the one eyed twat stood up and spouted his poison, is there anyone out there who doesn’t believe that Brown is a complete fucking nut job and bully?

    What gets me is why Liebore MPs were not telling Brown to shut the fuck up, Brown is hated in the Country, oh and Brown kept referring to ‘BSkyB’

    anyone want to remember WHICH news service outed the jock mong over Bigot gate? Yep it was Sky News.

    Brown really is a twat

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      Down With Brown! says:

      Khan still like McDoom, so does Bercow.

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    • 233
      Anonymous says:

      No seriously all joking and opposition aside, after that performance I think Gordon Brown has a mental illness. I am not medically qualified and its only my opinion but seriously !

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      • 240
        Drop a Daisy cutter on the BBC says:

        Bonkers Brown is for real.

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        smoggie says:

        He’s a very bitter man and completely irrational. Ed needs to get a grip here otherwise people might start guessing he really isn’t in charge – a sort of Medvedev to Brown’s Putin.

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  76. 141
    Down With Brown! says:

    Kahn shows he’s mad too:

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      YET ANOTHER TORY FUCKED OFF WITH DAVE says:

      I agree it was an excellent speech !
      many good facts and points put forward
      nice to see him make his third visit in 14 months
      would really like to see him up against Wavey Davey again
      as at the moment there is no credible opposition at the dispatch box !

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    • 157
      Tom Baldwins Ajax supplier says:

      Gordon Just destroyed Liebour credibilty as a back bencher, as much as he destroyed them as prime Minister!

      Is Mr Khan taking lessons on being frugal with the truth from keith Vaz!

      Thanks Gormless Gordon…..comedy gold…Liebour destroyed once again!

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    • 160

      He just said that on BBC R5. I did cause an unprompted, out loud, laugh from the BQ Industries office personnel.

      I liked the post room guy who as he was leaving said “who was that talking? The bearded bloke from harry potter?”

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    • 164
      Anonymous says:

      I suppose it was awesome if you are a fan of lie and distortion?

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    • 171
      annette curton says:

      Where was that then? his living room in Kirkcaldy, I guess we will just have to take your word for it.

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    • 186
      annette curton says:

      Where was that then? in his living room at Kirkcaldy Manors, I guess we will just have to take your word for it.

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      • 191
        annette curton says:

        Thanks Guido for making me look like a **** again with delayed posts, it only takes 8 minutes for the rays of the Sun to reach the Earth and that’s 93 million miles off.

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    • 192
      nell says:

      Well it was a tragi-comedy of awesome proportions.

      whoever in the labour party thought about wheeling gordon out for this is rueing the day.

      Unless it was bullyballs’ doing hoping to ruin militwit’s finest hour – because he succeeded beyond his wildest dreams.

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        YET ANOTHER TORY FUCKED OFF WITH DAVE says:

        Nil ! You wouldn’t know an Excellent speech if it bit you on the arse !
        You have an obsession With militwit twotson alicampbell bob aintbustinagut damienmcbride etc look at the bigger picture nelly Cameron is an out and out liar
        and like it or not that is about the only true thing you can say about him !

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    • 199
      Loser says:

      Perhaps Sad dick Carn would give us an assurance he’ll use the above quote in bold on all his coming election leaflets. That’ll surely bring him the votes he deserves!

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      • 361
        W.W. says:

        Won’t make the slightest difference.

        All his votes come by post from that lovely family at number 36.

        You know, the Khan’s*, all 19000 of them. It’s amazing really they all fit in a two bedroomed house

        *No relation, (well apart from them all being first cousins)

        W.W.

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    • 334
      bOREednow says:

      Hopefully the Met. come for you – Liberal , leftie, Socialist, Terrorist Sympathizer , Prick.

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  77. 146
    Hard-Lazing Voter says:

    The UKUnkempt subretards must be very happy today.

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  78. 150
    Simple Minds says:

    McSnot probably thinks a trojan is Orlando Bloom in full metal jacket.

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  79. 152
    the court of public opinion says:

    Just when Labour might sense a victory, in rides Brown to remind everyone how revolting that party really is.

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    • 166
      nell says:

      ++++Laugh++++

      I’ve just finished watching bits of his speech . You had all three parties united on this matter and when he’d finished speaking he’d divided them and they were shouting abuse at him!

      Mind even some on his own side were muttering for him to ‘shut up and sit down’

      militwit must have been fuming – gordon’s turned what militwit expected would be his ‘finest hour’ into a farce!!!

      ++++Laugh++++ Sorry gordon is just ultimate comedy!!!!

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        Bill d'Sarse says:

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          smoggie says:

          He has become the Edward Heath of the Labour Party.

          Silly bu­gger.

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        • 338
          bOREednow says:

          God, he is either delusional or suicidal?

          I see Kerry Mccarthy has put on weight… Worried so?

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        • 360
          MrAngry61 says:

          Much as I despise Brown & his legacy – his speech wasn’t that bad. Short on detail, and he’s a hostage to fortune if he’s called before an inquiry to justify his allegations.

          IMO some commenters here dismiss the impact of his speech too lightly.

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  80. 154
    Cynical-old-bag says:

    Douglas Carswell said ” No celebrity is too grand to come and answer questions.”

    Pity the same rules didn’t apply over the MP’s expenses.

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  81. 158
    Janet Streetwise Porter says:

    I’ve heard Morgan will cite as evidence the fact that the his Mirror exclusively reported that Paul McCartney’s child with Heather was to be called Joseph – when a day later it was announced to be Beatrice – as evidence that they were so incompetent at phone hacking, they should be excluded from any inquiry.

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  82. 162
    Sir William Waad says:

    Is that Lootenant Sulu on right of picture?

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  83. 165
    Absolutely hilarious says:

    Wasn’t it a psychiatrist on an episode of Fawlty Towers who once said of Basil ‘there’s enough material there for a conference’?

    McMental’s got enough for a 1000 conferences.

    CMD should have an enquiry into what Care In The Community were thinking of leaving this basket case loose.

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  84. 168
    Moley. says:

    This extract from “Seen elsewhere; (Lobby Dog)”

    DRAFT TERMS OF REFERENCE FOR JUDGE-LED INQUIRY

    Part 1

    1 To inquire into the culture, practices, and ethics of the press, including:

    a. Contacts between national newspapers and politicians;

    b. The relationship between the press and the police;

    c. The extent to which the current policy and regulatory framework has failed; and the extent to which there was a failure to act on previous warnings about media misconduct.”

    I do not think it is right to leave the Broadcast media out of this enquiry; it should involve the entire media spectrum.

    Many journalists have intimate links with the Broadcast media, and the politicians are probably more closely involved with the broadcast media than they are with the Press.

    The spotlight needs to be shone on the links between broadcasters and politicians, especially if recommendations are to be made on a replacement for the Lobby system.

    I cannot be the only person who has been deeply perturbed by the links between the last Government, the present Opposition, and the BBC.

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      DimbleDoor says:

      Perhaps they could look into the fairness of choice of panelists on question time? Oddly we seem to get Shami Kebab, Will Self-publicist, Polly Parrot, Crow’s Nest, that stupid old harridan Grear and loads of other lefties in addition to Labour panelists. There is often just a token Tory, with just occasionally Nigel farage. I find it odd that Crow who can only be described as bonkers far left is invited on a regular basis but the equally bonkers, but right, BNP isn’t.

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    • 248
      Engineer says:

      The thinking may be that broadcasters are regulated by a government body, Ofcom (or possibly Ofcon), wheras the print media operate voluntary self-regulation through the Press Complaints Commission, a body many claim is utterly toothless.

      You do raise an interesting point, though. How is government to disseminate information, and be held to account, if the lobby system is abolished? Clearly formal predd briefings will continue, but what other access will journalists (print, broadcast and new media) be permitted? It is very much in the public’s interest that journalism can continue to expose corruption and wrongdoing – not that the lobby was particularly successful at that.

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      • 377
        John Bellingham says:

        Many people have yet to think it through. Unattributed briefings and leaks are ways to float trial balloons, guage public opinion as well as to undermine opponents and pre-empt colleagues.

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  85. 174
    bowl head says:

    Fuck me, that Steve Rotheram MP is ridiculous. Is he a Paul McCartney tribute act in his spare time?

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  86. 179
    The Piss Soaked Tramp Formally Known As TAT! says:

    Our debt is 400% past our GDP already as reported internationally, Look it up if you don’t believe me.

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    • 196
      creber ut furtificus says:

      Everybody knows that Expat Steve is the pissed soaked tramp. If you do not believe me just search “Expat Steve Piss Soaked Tramp and Crackhead”.

      You must be new here. Learn the ropes before you start shouting your mouth off you cripple.

      Thankyou.

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      • 203
        Anonymous says:

        Hello tat, still got a groove going for Steve Expat I see.

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        • 243
          creber ut furtificus says:

          Steve the Tramp is an endless source of good material.

          Visitors would be well advised to type “Steve Expat Tramp Crackhead” into Guido’s search engine for two reasons:

          1) they will read some of the the best comedy material to come out of this country since Monty Python

          and

          2) it demonstrates how good this place used to be and how it has gone downhill and is now just stuffed full of Tory yes men since its golden age two or three years ago.

          It’s a shame really, Order-Order used to be really cool. Now it’s just rubbish.

          Maybe Guido should “do a Murdoch” and close this place down before it gets any worse.

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  87. 180
    Left-Wing Tory says:

    This Heath-Robinson site seems to be back up.

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  88. 184
    bowl head says:

    Is that Steve Rotheram MP a part-time Paul McCartney tribute act?

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  89. 193
    Ooohh Matron! says:

    Chris Bryant offending Andy Hayman by laughing during his inquistion just shows the type of person he is. He’s never forgiven the media for publicising him in his exposing his underpants, advertsing for gay contacts in his own Net video. And Vazoline, in his bumptious element posing as a superior educated Englishman having to deal with trash, has forgotten what a troughing arsehole the country knows him to be. Is he claiming extra expenses on this committe to buy yet more silk cushions for his fat arse?

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  90. 201
    Jimmy says:

    “At the very least Mr Morgan should answer the allegations put forward by a prominent UK blog.”

    Has it really come to this?

    “the Hon. Lady must address the very serious (and quite graphically detailed)
    allegations recently raised on the wall of the gentlemen’s conveniences at Victoria.”

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    • 227
      Engineer says:

      Blimey – the station bogs as well? Allegations about Morgan get everywhere, don’t they?

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    • 234
      Eeu to me says:

      Jimmy,red Ed had rusty the warmonger Camoron on the ropes in the HOC today all was roses and honey between tribes, pipes of peace were lit all was well with the world , you fielded Brown and the libsh*tes,liebour,the uconned us were all trying to as usual kill each other, so much for being on the same side against the Digger,tribal politics at it’s best from the ones who invented it Liebour.

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    • 325
      smoggie says:

      I don’t know what kind of cubicles Jimmy frequents, but does it really get as many hits as Guido’s?

      Like

  91. 202
    kendodd'sdad'sdog'sdead says:

    What i can’t quite get my head around is the fact that all of these crimes have been committed on an industrial scale, it’s the worst thing to happen ever, and remind me… just how many arrests have their been so far? And we’re having a public enquiry. Is it normal to have a public enquiry into a crime rather than arresting and prosecuting the criminals quite expeditiously. It’s enough to make you think there’s some skullduggery going on…

    been loving the Gordon “I didn’t cosy up to anyone – just went to their weddings and dinners” Brown show

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  92. 205
    Noodle says:

    For years the Murdoch crime family has metastasised around the body politic, and around the police service. It has flowed into every corner our our national life like an open sewer, and weighed down on all attempts at genuine public debate like a false collective consciousness.

    The godfather should now be expelled from the United Kingdom, and declared persona non grata in perpetuity.

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  93. 206
    Infuriated of West Mids says:

    O/T, but why did Louise Bagshawe have to go and change her name to Mensch?

    Still, at least it gives me the opportunity to say “I’d like to Munch Mensch”. Every cloud….

    Back on topic, Gordon is a complete and utter twunt. That is all.

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    • 380
      John Bellingham says:

      Now that we know the Lovely Louise reads this site–maybe the language could improve.

      Like

  94. 208
    cheche says:

    You notice most of those who complain about NI have been caught with their trousers down and the rest are scared

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    • 229
      Too right says:

      How right you are: Prescott, Bryant, Steve Cougan, Hugh Grant, Brown, et al and, still to come, no doubt the Pakistani Cricket team (supported almost assuredly in private by Vazoline) and the Duchess of Pork.

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    • 230
      Chris Bryant says:

      What me? No it could have been Hugh Grant or perhaps George Michael or David Mellor or Wayne Rooney or Mark Oaten or Max Mosley but surely like me non of them were caught with their trousers down.

      What did Tom Watson do?

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  95. 209
    Bernanke says:

    ‘Gold Isn’t Money’

    http://blogs.forbes.com/afontevecchia/2011/07/13/bernanke-fights-ron-paul-in-congress-golds-not-money/

    Well Bernanke is correct Gold ain’t money but it can buy a lot more money than the Euro or the US dollar could a couple of years back.

    Be worried Dudes the Euro and the US Dollar are in deep doo doos

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  96. 210
    Wazza says:

    Isn’t it about time that it was made clear to Murdoch that it’s time for him to pack up his evil little empire and fuck off back to Aussie land and take the rest of his retro bates with him! Once that has been achieved then our wonderful politicians will no longer feel the need to prostrate themselves at his feet and then maybe they could (and it’s a big ask) put the running of this country at the forefront of their tiny minds?

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    • 249
      Johnny says says:

      MPs have never *had* to suck Murdoch cock, they chose to. They can choose to stop any time they want.

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  97. 214
    Bill d'Sarse says:

    Oh my word. Gordon is living in a world of his own.

    His speech earlier:

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    • 224
      Bonkers. Truly Bonkers. says:

      He’s mad and he’s bad.

      If he really felt that way he would have done something when he had the power to do something.

      Like

      • 262
        Tom Badwind says:

        Shame we couldn’t have conducted a ‘Fit and Proper’ test on the Kircaldy Kleptocrat before he wrested power from Tony B£iar.

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        • 272
          You can't go wrong with the two and a half party system. It's got us where we are today says:

          You did.
          You had two General elections to avoid the coming shitstorm but instead were seduced by ever increasing house prices.

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        • 274
          You can't go wrong with the two and a half party system. It's got us where we are today says:

          You did.
          You had two General elections to avoid the coming sh*tstorm but instead were seduced by ever increasing house prices.

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    • 231
      annette curton says:

      No don’t.

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    • 235
      Jonah Strikes again says:

      Is it more than a coincidence that the wheels started to fall off the Milibandwagon as soon as Gordon jumped on board?

      Like

    • 242
      Anonymous says:

      Obviously playing to the gallery of fellow inmate lunatics around him.

      Like

    • 251
      Gonk says:

      Nice tits

      Like

      • 259
        Man Boobs says:

        He’s certainly developed a pair of tits, perhaps Sarah has taken him off the bananas

        Like

    • 257
      RED ED - SON OF BROWN says:

      Who else thinks my Dad is utterly, utterly deluded ????

      Like

    • 282
      Anonymous says:

      He is such an obvious reprobate that he is like a pantomime villan. It would be hilarious if he hadn’t been allowed to wreck the economy, hilarious in the same way that Hitler would have been if only he had been confined to an asylum.

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  98. 216
    Gordon's beard says:

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  99. 236
    TollyPointeBee says:

    Anna Jones on Jeff Randall live has just interviewed this fella….TERRY SMITH: CEO of Tullett Prebon Group Holdings plc. Ms Jones was clearly under orders to elicit some praise from Mr Smith but it never came. She was reduced to begging for a bit of praise for Rupert on the basis that he has done well coz “he started with only one newspaper” .

    Anyway is there anyone who can stick a video clip up as its very interesting.

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    • 250
      cheche says:

      Its not that: poor buggers are beginning to get worried about BSkyB. When your Boss says remain focused thats time to worry. Sky News has its problems but if we are left to the tender mercies of the BBC I’ll have to change religion to fit in.

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  100. 237
    I'll have a P please, Bob says:

    The photo of ed on the front of cif is a career-ender http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree

    and the guardian got the idea from labourlist http://www.labourlist.org/ (scroll down to pmq highlights

    I think that sound is knives coming out

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    It stinks says:

    So the Murdoch press make monry out of exposing the Rich, famous and powerful. Until now the Rich, famous and powerful had to mainly take it on the chin.

    Suddenly the Milly Dowler hack has allowed the Rich, famous and powerful to fight back as they can say ordinary people are also targets of the Murdoch press.

    I truly believe that ordinary people are being used by the Rich, famous and powerful to protect themselves.

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    • 270
      You can't go wrong with the two and a half party system. It's got us where we are today says:

      The Dowlers photocalling on the steps of Downing Street after taking tea and biscuits with politicians instead of urinating up against the door.
      Ye Gods, doesn’t anybody have any integrity left?

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      • 432
        Airey Belvoir says:

        I’m proud to say I did urinate against Kevin Maxwell’s front door after his crooked father stole my pension. I recommend it as a stress-relieving tactic, very cathartic, and it would be nice to see many MPs’ front doors similarly treated.

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    • 278
      Anonymous says:

      Of course they are. They don’t care about “ordinary” people, who are in one way or another just a source of income for them

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  103. 253
    Jess The Dog says:

    Brown makes me sick. Just as a consensus is in danger of breaking out, the knob pours petrol all over the fire. Philip Hammond and Ivan Lewis were nearly singing from the same hymn-sheet on C4 news this evening!

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  104. 260
    nell says:

    rupert is apparently, according to the times, thinking of selling all of his british papers.

    so who’s going to buy them then?!

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  105. 263
    Engineer says:

    Meanwhile, on the basis that it’s a good day to bury bad news, the Euro has decided to quietly implode.

    Italy will probably cope with being broke (let’s face it, it’s had plenty of practice), but if it takes the Euro with it, where does that leave the UK?

    Given that the BBC is avoiding this story like the plague, I conclude that it doesn’t look good for the EU.

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    • 273
      Dick Robinson says:

      The BBC gets a lot of money from the EU. Has anyone ever investigated if there are any strings attached (like with EU pensions)?

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  106. 264
    The Archibishop of Canterbury says:

    Advice for Murdoch:

    Time to drop the dead donkey.

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      nell says:

      http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/politics/david-cameron/8635985/Gordon-Brown-shows-why-he-was-unfit-to-be-Prime-Minister.html

      tomorrow’s press is not going to be kind to gordon.

      murdoch won’t even need to raise a finger to ridicule him, he’s just done it for himself!!

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      Gordon Brown’s true and factual statement to MPs.

      Gordon Brown today responded angrily to charges of his governments close ties to the Murdoch empire.

      “In June 2009 I ordered a judicial review that stripped Newscorp of its holding in BskyB.
      Then in Jan 2010, I personally discovered that Rupert had himself been listening in to phone messages. If you remember at that instant I put out a public service information broadcast, across all media streams , informing people of the need to change their pin code. Then I cut off all ties with Brooks and Murdoch and co, and have never seen or spoken to them since.

      I remind the House that it was me who personally told Cameron that Coulson was a rotten liar, and then led a rabble of angry Sun readers to the gates of Wapping, where we stormed the Bastille and raised the flag of truth {mirror Group} over the burning remnants.

      I also reopened all the mines that Thatcher closed, paid off the nation’s debt, with money I had been prudently saving in a giant glass bottle under my bed.
      I warned Europe about credit default swaps and toxic loans, subprime mortgages and so on. Unfortunately they did not follow the UK’s lead, in which I myself, if you recall, removed the ineffectual Darling and took on duel roles and became Super Prime Chancellor. I managed to save Northern rock just in time. And the entire British banking industry, thus avoiding a recession in the UK.

      Oh yes… I also ensured MPs were kept in line and not allowed to fiddle their expenses. I also sold off the nations gold reserves just this morning, as gold is at a record high.

      I shall now be answering planted questions before returning to Downing Street for a meeting with President Obama before flying to Italy to sort Mr Berlusconi’s problems.

      And on a personnel I would like to respond to critics who claim I have not had a 100% attendance record in this house recently. Note, I have also nearly finished my research into a cure for baldness and am continuing my training for the Jupiter space program, of which I am lead designer and chief test pilot.

      And later on I shall be putting the children to bed, having made them supper and done the washing up.

      Any questions?

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  108. 274
    The Madness of Gordon says:

    This all took off because of Milly Dowler, then the 7/7 victims, then our war dead. Suddenly Gordon surfaces presenting himself as the chief victim, while his wife continues to be the best friend of the person who has supposedly destroyed her husband.

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  109. 276
    Left wing twats says:

    As bad as it is for the dowlers etc Balls comment of the day tells you all you need to know about this witch hunt. Brown lying about the Sun to make it worse tells you all the rest.
    Mirror = left wing = untouchable. Nowt will happen as left wingers never ever do anything nasty

    PS NOTW deserve to get canned for it but lets not leave the other protagonists untouched on the left of the political spectrum

    CNUTS

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  110. 281
    I don't need no doctor says:

    Plurality.
    The BBC has several TV channels, several radio channels, broadcasts worldwide, sell programmes worldwide, has various sales outlets for films,books etc.. Now how does this differ greatly from News International except in how they are funded.
    So on the basis of not allowing one media organisation to not own too much shouldn’t the BBC be broken up.
    It’s high time the license fee was done away with as this is nothing short of a monopoly. So if you want BBC pay a subscription to them, if not pay it to whichever TV company you want.

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    • 284
      Banging head on desk says:

      Robert Peston on PM this evening said that BSkyB was the largest broadcaster in the UK. This will be on the iplayer.

      Surely someone in authority will fine the BBC for transmitting a blatant lie? Like heck they will. And from previous experience, and I suspect most others I can not be arsed to write in with a complaint.

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    • 285
      You can't go wrong with the two and a half party system. It's got us where we are today says:

      The British happily queue up to pay to be shat upon, like they queue up to vote for the shitters.

      Like

      • 303
        Left-Wing Tory says:

        We don’t, though. What was the turnout last May? My friend Mehmet and his twenty-eight relatives weren’t going to bother.

        Like

  111. 283
    Greychatter says:

    Piers The Mouth – to be investigated – couldn’t happen to a nicer fellow.

    Trying to get in on the act – and put his foot in it.

    Maybe in future he’ll keep his trap shut!!

    Like

  112. 286
    Precious says:

    Does anyone know where I can get a copy of Gordon’s speech today? Preferably on DVD?

    Who won the sweep by the way, I had 38 minutes.

    Like

  113. 287
    A fit and proper Gordon? says:

    A bit odd that you have to go through a fit and proper test to own a Telly channel but Gordon got to run a country with no due diligence or elections.

    Like

  114. 288
    not a machine says:

    There were at least 6 points in the ruins great return that ,I thought hold on that isnt right , that one about liberty of the people was especially fun . It wasnt so much revenge of the ruin as there seemed to be a few bigin him up and non answer of Mr Rees Mogg was classic ruin . I think Dave could have all reminded us about the “the genetic disease” which did not come from anything Murdoch but from directly hired press officers .
    I suspect hes just turned a lot of voters cynical , and changed the narrative of one of national suffering through bankruptacy to one of , national complicit legaislature and london corruption .The fakeness and sanctimonious extras was pretty stomach churning . Let us not also forget Mattlinson and the sith set up which played a different sort of deciet .
    Sinking the whole thing ,and a clearly inflamed conservative side , may yet prove that the ruin was on one adventure he shouldnt have taken . I cannot add anything, sight of the bloke making speeches and not behind bars with others and his corrupt politics is bad enough for me . Still a few years left to finish the job off .

    watched CBS Obama interview , appreciate it was pretty frank questioning , but if he is unable to tell the American people ,that debt is taxation is defered at this late stage , let alone explain the budget , not really good is it for the first black president of the USA to flunk national math ,not that first PM to come from Kirlcaldy seat did the same stunt .

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  115. 289
    You can't go wrong with the two and a half party system. It's got us where we are today says:

    Strange how some children are fair game but British Prime Ministers kids are off limits.

    Like

  116. 291
    Bad Magic says:

    The only time Brown turns up at the HoC is to say poor me and my family and to pocket cash from this sorry situation. The hypocrisy that was dripping out of his monging gob was utterly disgusting.
    When is he going to represent the Fifers- stupid enough to vote for this joke- and not himself?
    Murdoch will beat Brown cos this joke of a MP is as straight as a corkscrew when it comes to telling the truth. His story is more crooked and twisted than Murdoch could ever have imagined. Brown is as guilty as every other PM in conspiring with Murdoch, Morgan &others. Disgraceful.

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  117. 292
    Crick Creek says:

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  118. 293
    Teresa says:

    Did anyone read Moron’s book? Where Murdoch tells him he knows Diana was making all those phone calls to the married art dealer? And he tells Moron “I can’t tell you how I know, but I know”?

    Fuck Moron, get Rupert in there.

    Like

  119. 294
    RED ED - SON OF BROWN says:

    No mention of tractor statistics, no claims to have abolished Boom & Bust, no blaming of the Nation’s problems on America: clearly this speech was not written me.

    Like

  120. 296
    M says:

    My quote of the day , when red ken being interviwed by k burly said
    “if I was a multi billionaire media mogul I would fill it with my left wing idears” . Is that the paradox from doctor who , if billionaire & left wing is possible I’m taking tomorrow afternoon off to invent time travel
    Watch this space !

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    • 307
      CHRIST ON A BIKE! says:

      try Soros, Ted Turner, JK Rowling. All lefty Billionaires

      Like

    • 309
      Left-Wing Tory says:

      My quote of the day? Ewanme having the balls to say, “The Telegraph is dead already” on the Telegraph bloggy-w*ggy section. That girl has spunk.

      Like

      • 315
        Reverend Green with the Hosepipe in The Utillity Room says:

        She’s very rarely right. I’d fancy The DT to struggle on for another two years, maximum.

        Like

      • 317
        smoggie says:

        That girl has spunk.

        That’s the rumour

        Like

  121. 304
    Tom Badwin says:

    Psk! Psk! Is it safe to phone my d r u g d e a l e r? I am getting terrible withdrawal. I need the marching powder to block out the whole Kelly incident and to block out the fact that I am an utter c u n t.

    Like

  122. 316
    nell says:

    I see the times online is offering access for a £1 for the next 30 days

    I think that may be worth it!

    Like

    • 319
      smoggie says:

      I got a free hard copy today which I read and left in the pub. The Digger is digging in.

      Like

  123. 318
    I don't need no doctor says:

    It’s a tale of Gordon Brown and his selective memory. Although all labour MPs have a selective memory.

    Like

    • 323
      You can't go wrong with the two and a half party system. It's got us where we are today says:

      Thank God for the selective memory of the average Labour voter.

      Like

  124. 319
    Chris Bryant says:

    Do you want to see me in
    (a) my underpants, ot
    (b) without my underpants?

    Like

  125. 321
    Gordon Brown's Glass Eye says:

    Herr Furhrer Rupert finds out BSkyB bid is at risk

    Like

  126. 333
    nell says:

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/phone-hacking/8635107/Spare-us-Gordon-Brown.-You-sacrificed-your-morals-to-Rupert-Murdoch-long-ago.html

    more bad press for gordon in tomorrow’s papers. and sleepovers and birthday parties were only the tip of the iceberg of gordon and sarah’s sucking up to tabloid editors.

    Like

  127. 341
    nell says:

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/politics/2011/jul/13/gordon-brown-turns-on-cabinet-secretary-phone-hacking

    Ho Hum! The ultimate defence of the failed coward – blame your staff!!

    Now gordon says it’s gus’s fault that he never called an inquiry into phone hacking!

    Methinks gordon over the next few years is going to be outed in the memoirs of people who knew him as the deeply flawed and unpleasant man that he is!!

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    • 347
      Charles Darwin says:

      He’s an MP who climbed to the top of the greasy pole over the carcass’s of less adaptable species.
      What else would one expect?

      Like

      • 351
        nell says:

        ++++Laugh++++

        Less adaptable species? OMG. I hope you aren’t referring to bliar? He’ll be properly miffed that you think him subservient to gordon!

        Like

      • 365
        Talking of criminals says:

        And with the support of the corrupt and criminal Robert Maxwell remember.

        Like

    • 390
      John Bellingham says:

      “The Cabinet Office last night issued a statement in response to Mr Brown’s claim that the Cabinet Secretary, Sir Gus O’Donnell, stopped him from launching an inquiry into alleged phone hacking. A Cabinet Office spokesman said: “The Cabinet Secretary will consult urgently with the former prime minister on whether this advice should be released.”

      Mandarin-speak for “You are a lying twat and I will get you”

      Like

  128. 346
    Nancy Mogg says:

    Good on the BBC. A massive explosion in Boston killing several gets 3rd place on the front page.

    By the way, did anyone notice today that as well as doubling the size of the image/font for the Sky story as they do with big stories such as 911, the Royal Wedding etc.. they also introduced the Robert Peston blog detailing his latest thoughts of the day on the right hand side of the page.

    Like

  129. 349

    Is Rebekah one of the family? Is Brooks actually Rupert Murdoch’s daughter?? http://t.co/mqzFm6v #notw #bskyb #murdoch #hackgate

    Like

  130. 354
    Wallfly says:

    Abridged 30 minute’ish Brown speech in the House today:
    “You f f f fkin bstard’s I’m so f f fkin angry I can barely speak with how mad I am at NI and Cam the f f f kin konts I’ll see you Jimmy. Bstards! I’ll f f f fkin destroy you all, showing me up like that and f f f kin making me run away from no 10 in front of the cameras using my kids as props like that. I’ll never use my kids as props politcally apart from those fkin times you f f f fkin konts, I’ll get you all. I make way for my honoured colleague.”

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  131. 357
    Arthur Daly MP says:

    I’m available for my view on the corruption of the media for Sky, ITV, The BBC, Channels 4,5, and 6, Dave, Price drop TV, and Adult TV for late night viewers.
    The usual fees will apply.

    Like

  132. 358
    Arthur Daly MP says:

    I’m available for my view on the corr*ption of the media for Sky, ITV, The BBC, Channels 4,5, and 6, Dave, Price drop TV, and Adult TV for late night viewers.
    The usual fees will apply.

    Like

  133. 359
    Arthur Daly MP says:

    I’m available for my view on the corr*ption of the m*dia for Sk*, ITV, The BBC, Channels 4,5, and 6, Dave, Pr*ce drop TV, and Adult TV for late night viewers.
    The usual f*es will apply.

    Like

  134. 362
    Gordon Brown MP says:

    Only those whose spongelike minds have been corrupted by media bias and brain washed soap suds, view the perceived truth as fed to them by a minor backwater of the blogosphere, that 98% of the populace see as political motivated spite.

    Like

    • 369
      I'll have a P please, Bob says:

      Not sure 98% of the populace have a view of any kind of this site. Or indeed .00098%.

      Like

  135. 366
    smoggie says:

    Piers will testify.

    But only if MPs will appear on his show.

    Like

  136. 373
    Sanity, somewhere between sanitry and a smear test says:

    Why would one need to hack into into an MPs phone?
    They spout enough sanctimonious sh*te in Westminster, whilst lining their own pockets, to justify a public execution to the average man in the street, excluding the brain dead voters obviously, on the grounds of diminished responsibility.

    Like

  137. 374
    American Dude says:

    Yo British dudes and dudettes! What did we do to deserve Piers Moron taking over when the legendary Larry King retired? We’ve already apologized many times for inflicting Ruby Wax and Lloyd Grossman on you. Isn’t that enough?! Cut us some slack. Take Piers back and we promise to take Grossman back. We’ll take Wax back too but that’ll cost ya. Have a nice day y’all!

    Like

    • 375
      Tell it like it really is says:

      Interesting sentence in the Telegraph comment on McDoom and his ridiculous performance today…………He invited four newspaper editors to the funeral of “his” daughter (died at about 14 days).

      Now that really is the behaviour of someone who wants to shield his family from publicity…………NOT.

      Like

      • 381
        runt spreader says:

        It was the Sun that gotim (Or Goyim)
        Pisse Staynes has been a very naughty boy and his friends are leaving him
        *hoof*

        Like

  138. 376
    speculator says:

    Did your wifes ex wipe his cock on those french Ikea curtains?
    They seem to be well starched

    Like

    • 379
      speculumtator says:

      So the wife claims (as you do chubby) to live in the land of black vomit, pisse stayned pants and tax evasion?
      I love the sound of breaking glass

      Like

  139. 378

    Brown was appalling this evening, even by his own miserable standards. ‘I rise not to speak about myself’, he intoned at the start, before proceeding to use 85 personal pronouns! As I blog on http://rightwayfwd.blogspot.com/, it demonstrated perfectly why he was morally and psychologically unfit for high office.

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  140. 388
    Sage says:

    Too late Guido you will have to wait for the next kerfuffle to become the UK Drudge. This scandal is now over.

    How come Drudge is so regarded anyway when all he does is provide internet links?

    Like

  141. 389
    Johann Hari says:

    Tonight I’ll be David Rose and I’ll be editing my enemies’ profiles on Wikipedia.

    Like

  142. 391
    YET ANOTHER TORY FUCKED OFF WITH DAVE says:

    Explosion in Boston Lincs
    no details as yet but my money is on a Meth lab !

    Like

    • 395
      BBC News says:

      We don’t give a fuck!

      Phone hacking, BSkyB, Rupert the NAZI Cun’t, NOTW, Corruption, Cuts, The Public Sector are Wonderful, Those Baby Eating Tories, Phone hacking, BSkyB, Rupert the NAZI Cun’t, NOTW, Corruption, Cuts, The Public Sector are Wonderful, Those Baby Eating Tories, Phone hacking, BSkyB, Rupert the NAZI Cun’t, NOTW, Corruption, Cuts, The Public Sector are Wonderful, Those Baby Eating Tories, Phone hacking, BSkyB, Rupert the NAZI Cun’t, NOTW, Corruption, Cuts, The Public Sector are Wonderful, Those Baby Eating Tories.

      Now here’s the weather with top totty Ms Tobin!

      Like

      • 397
        YET ANOTHER TORY FUCKED OFF WITH DAVE says:

        But the Euro is crashing, the Italian debt bubble, the Indian bombings, our war with Libya and the Arab spring! We need to know what’s happening, we pay you our licence fee!

        This isn’t politically motivated is it?

        Like

        • 398
          BBC News says:

          FUCK OFF!

          We are currently busy forcing SKY News and ITV in to following our lead.
          Now where were we?
          Oh yes that’s it, Phone hacking, BSkyB, Rupert the NAZI Cun’t, NOTW, Corruption, Cuts, The Public Sector are Wonderful, Those Baby Eating Tories, Phone hacking, BSkyB, Rupert the NAZI Cun’t, NOTW, Corruption, Cuts, The Public Sector are Wonderful, Those Baby Eating Tories, Phone hacking, BSkyB, Rupert the NAZI Cun’t, NOTW, Corruption, Cuts, The Public Sector are Wonderful, Those Baby Eating Tories, Phone hacking, BSkyB, Rupert the NAZI Cun’t, NOTW, Corruption, Cuts, The Public Sector are Wonderful, Those Baby Eating Tories.

          Now here’s the weather with slim hipped young top totty Ms Tobin!

          Like

          • BBC News says:

            PS.
            Don’t forget to pay your licence fee, it’s easy to do! Via direct debit at your local post office by cash or check or if your a chav you can have a payment card too!

            If you don’t pay up we’ll send the goons round with detector vans and high zoom telephoto cameras peering through your windows regardless of the channels you watch. Yes it’s a monopoly get over it!

            Like

          • YET ANOTHER TORY FUCKED OFF WITH DAVE says:

            WOW!
            Unfuckingbelievable, you bunch of self serving gravy train riding socialist biased c’unts!

            Like

          • YET ANOTHER TORY FUCKED OFF WITH DAVE says:

            Oh do fuck off tat you piss soaked Labourlist Nutjob

            Like

  143. 392
    Gordon Brown ate my hamster says:

    Mike Graham on Talksport right now is inviting callers to phone in about Brown’s speech today and his behaviour in general. Call now! Graham’s a terrific presenter, a self proclaimed libertarian and he often ridicules Brown, Labour and socialists. I didn’t see Brown’s speech today but Graham says it was very strange and he came across as unstable. He also says even the Labour bench looked uncomfortable during his speech!

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  144. 393
    Master Baitor says:

    Bet you’ve been knocking one out on the back of being referenced by that fit ‘ho Louise eh Guido

    Like

  145. 405
    Asking a relevant question says:

    Amidst all the sanctimonious grandstanding from MPs Can a UK citizen(foreign citizens can’t I know) in actual fact be COMPELLED to appear before a Select Committee. and if they did surely they could refuse to answer any question that might incriminate them in view of an ongoing police inquiry….and if they refused a summons(not an invite)can they be COMPELLED to appear before Parliament ? I heard that there is some obscure 17th Century law on the matter but I understand that it has never been tested and I’m sure some very expensive constitutional lawyers will argue why their client is not compelled to appear would ultimately give the truth to the fact that Parliament is a toothless tiger…Parliament could have course pass a Bill to rectify I suppose but this looks like being the mother of all fights between the Murdoch press and Parliament to me

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  146. 406
    Anonymous says:

    Question to Gordon Brown.

    Why won’t you agree to the government publishing the advice you were given regarding launching an enquiry into the activities of NI?

    Like

  147. 407
    nell says:

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/article-2014552/QUENTIN-LETTS-Mr-Speaker-snarled-like-Hyena-red-mist-descended.html

    As quentin says gordon brown turns everything he touches to dross.

    For once I feel sorry for militwit. It was likely to have been the only finest moment of his career that he will ever have and gordon ruined it with his mindless rant.

    What a self-serving, truly awful man he is!

    Like

  148. 409
    YET ANOTHER TORY FUCKED OFF WITH DAVE says:

    I see that the OLD DUFFER known as Ken Clarke is back in the headlines this morning !
    He is now going to close two prisons by September !
    Oh so Kens “Let e’m all out ” policy has been so successful that we no longer need them !
    get rid of the silly old twat !

    Like

    • 410
      Eeu to me says:

      Time to build a few more jails, one for journo’s and one for MP’s, I hope they realise they are still on trial over their expenses, they can throw as much crap up in the air to try and hide the wrong doings but we will get them in the end, with B liar and Brown up in an International court for war crimes.

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      • 419
        YET ANOTHER TORY FUCKED OFF WITH DAVE says:

        May be the EU could give us a grant to build them
        sees as we now have most of their criminals !

        Like

  149. 411
    Chris Huhne says:

    Guido Fawkes is a self-pitying, sanctimonious, bullying, bullshitting nutjob.

    There, got that off my chest

    Like

  150. 412
  151. 413
    YET ANOTHER TORY FUCKED OFF WITH DAVE says:

    The explosion in Lincolnshire last night which left five dead and one with serious burns
    Turns out according to local residents to be an illegal vodka still operation !
    run by immigrants !
    And there was me thinking it was a meth amphetamine lab !

    Like

  152. 414
    Down With Brown! says:

    For those of you who missed it: the return of McMad

    Like

    • 417
      Nancy Mogg says:

      I got as far as “M-M-M-M-M-M-M-M-Mister Speaker….. ”

      Brought it all back…

      Turned off and watched the Lord of the Rings trilogy, it was shorter.

      Like

    • 418
      Eeu to me says:

      Watched it, I got the impression he had just flown in from chocolate covered LA LA land where everybody looks up to him as a La La land world leader, shame they let him loose from his secure office into the real world, talk about Liebour and shooting yourself in the foot, Eddy was doing very well until they let Brown loose a lot better than rusty, all the MPs were all giving each other flowers the peacenicks were back, peace to all man, then Brown, kitchen sinks, stones,bricks, maces were all let loose,great fun, cost a fortune to see that on a tour of the comedians.

      Like

    • 424
      nell says:

      The stunned expressions of his fellow backbenchers is priceless.

      I had forgotten how entertaining he could be!!

      Like

  153. 415
  154. 420
    Drop a Daisy cutter on the BBC says:

    So unreported by the BBC. Guess WHO was the first to call Coulson when he resigned from the NOTW? Cameron? Ashcroft?

    No, Gordon Brown.

    Brown really is a turd eater.

    Like

  155. 421
    Eeu to me says:

    Change between the Journo’s and the politician’s will be a zero ,both will be up each other’s ar*es, the only difference instead of sitting in a bar in the HOC the “discussions” will take place elsewhere, both groups have forgotten they rely on ordinary people for their jobs, both groups boast of public service, both groups walked all over public service ,no change.

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  156. 425
    YET ANOTHER TORY FUCKED OFF WITH DAVE says:

    I was in bed lastnight by 1.45 am
    So all comments under my moniker untill this morning would be by the sad lonely twat known as TAT
    he sits alone all night is his rancid piss soaked bed sit
    using other peoples monikers so he can swear and say rude words
    While most of us are tucked up in bed with loved ones
    TAT sits alone talking about ladies front bottoms which unfortunately he has never even seen in the flesh,only in pictures What a sad little lonely nutter he is !

    Like

    • 428
      Anonymous says:

      Look mate no one gives a shit. You ain’t important and you’ve got a pathetic witless nickname. Best thing you can do is get back in your pit.

      Like

  157. 426
    Friendly Fire says:

    Ed was having such a good war, then Gordon turned up.

    Like

  158. 427
    Andy Coulson...Supergrass turned weatherforecaster says:

    East Anglia & eastern Kent will have another cool, cloudy & breezy day with outbreaks of rain or drizzle at times. The winds here gusting up to 45mph. Elsewhere for England, Wales & Scotland it’ll be mostly dry & bright today & feeling a bit warmer, however the odd shower is possible. Ireland will start off bright but turn cloudier with patchy rain later.

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    • 429
      nell says:

      If that’s come from the beeb weather – don’t bellieve a word of it!

      Their weather forecast has been utter rubbish all summer – they say its going to shine – it rains ; and vice versa.

      It’s as unreliable as their news broadcasts.

      Like

      • 430
        Cat says:

        Too right.

        And bugger an enquiry about phone hacking and tabloid journalism. We need one about the utter bias and bollocks of the BBC. I’d rather have a bit of hacking from a proper journalist than the complete shite those beeb ‘presenters’ manage to regurgitate.

        Like


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