July 18th, 2011

Tory MPs Run to the Hills

One thing that has been extremely noticeable today is the complete lack of Tory MPs coming out to bat for Cameron. Boris kicked him below the belt earlier and the rolling news channels, that have discussed nothing else today, have been void of any friendly blue faces. Even Nick Clegg had to be put out to say that the Prime Minister had no need to resign. Talk about scraping the barrel.

James Forsyth has also picked up on the silence and notes that the phones are extremely quiet too. The PM’s TV man Craig Oliver is in Africa with Cameron, but that is not an excuse for allowing the narrative that the PM walking is actually a possibility to gain traction. The Guardian are even suggesting that the PM should be knifed by the LibDems in order to save their electoral fortunes. Guido isn’t so sure that making, and then breaking Cameron, would do the yellows any favours. It is very telling that people are not willing to put their heads above the parapet though, this could be worse than it looks for the Prime Minister. Where’s George? Hague? Hammond?


299 Comments

  1. 1
    Gordon Brown says:

    i am having a poo downstairs

    • 3

      Nick Clegg becomes PM if Cameron resigns. Murdoch and Becky its your bloody fault

      • 24
        Vile Labour Slag Lyn Brown abuses the blind says:

        There is no alternative to Cameron at the moment. The thought of a resurgent Labour with that vile, salivating scumbag Miliband is too sickening to contemplate.

        • 43
          East Midlander says:

          Yes there is “PETER BONE FOR PRIME MINISTER”

          • The Umpire is always right! says:

            Sven?

            Pritti Patel or some blond that was on with Daivid Winnock other day (BBC).

          • Albert Hall says:

            What about Phil Hollobone? He’s a good right winger.

          • Sir William Waad says:

            Let’s recap. What has the Garudian achieved thus far?

            1. The Mail on Sunday is Britain’s most popular weekly paper.

            2. Two left-leaning senior policemen have resigned.

            3. The BBC will continue to use its immense subsidy to dominate UK news broadcasting. Fair enough, you like that.

            4. Er…that’s about it.

          • Kettering Ken says:

            Does “Mrs Bone” agree though ?

          • Gordon Brown says:

            Come our nation’s darkest hour, fear not

            I shall return to restore Camelot to it’s former glory

            My subjects need me, and I shall not let you down

          • Private Schultz says:

            Sir William – and, at this rate, any top executives who eventually face prosecution will claim they can’t possibly get a fair trial because of all the media coverage.

        • 191
          Fish says:

          So the Guardian are suggesting that the LDs should knife Cameron and the Tories.

          This sounds very much like a newpaper pushing it’s weight about – using its influence to decide who should be PM / the Government.

          Isn’t this what this storm is all about? a media too big for its boots. Of course it’s only a problem when Labour are under the micrsope.

          • David Laws Lib Dem fiddler says:

            I totally fail to understand why Cameron thinks the issue about the resignations in the Met are different to his?? He left off his social meeting with Rebecca Brooks from the list he published, I wonder why?? He is an arrogant pompous arse. Time for an election please.

            We still have not had any justice for the wholesale corruption concerning MPs expenses, lobbying, second jobs, second (to bolster their pension), cosying up to to the media mogales despite hacking scandals and warning not to employ them.

            When is there going to be a proper investigation about the actions of MPs corrupt ways. What gives them the moral authority to criticise anyone else. Teresa May, Clegg, Vaz etc.

            When are MPs going to have the moral decency to resign? Why do they not speed up the investigation into DAVID LAWS?? HUHNE??

          • The wizz says:

            Sorry I disagree, Labour or under its new name Liebore has not been put under the microscope. When this occurs, can you imagine how muck cacky will hit the the fan? Roll on the murdoch’s take at the Government inquiry, I want to oily vaz squirm.

        • 228
          Reds Under the Bed says:

          The reason why the airwaves are quiet is that to respond to these calls for Cameron to quit would only reinforce them and look like panic.

          No – Dave will produce the performance of his life on Wednesday in the Commons and his backbenchers will cheer him to the rafters.

          Don’t forget – this issue is a deeply tribal witch-hunt from Labour – even if they’re skeptics about Cameron, the Tory backbenchers will rally to the cause of the Party.

          • floreat etonia says:

            delusional.

            dave – i’m so fucking useless i make miliband look good – cameron is a dead man walking.

            he has to be ditched asap before he destroys any chance we have of winning the next election

      • 29
        Observer says:

        No, he doesn’t.

      • 57
        Anonymous says:

        Nick Clegg could become care taker PM when Cameron resign or forced out. Cameron has lost it, he cannot do the job.

        Only option Nick has to survive is to knife Cameron, he is capable he did that to LD voters.

        George is like a useless dog, its going every where but it isn’t barking. The reason it cannot bark is, its mouth is full with bones Rupert and his gang thrown at it.

        • 62
          The Umpire is always right! says:

          so Labour will now not do any interviews on any outlet connected to News Corp?

          • Anonymous says:

            You have to ask Labour, not me.

          • slug balancer says:

            Labour don’t need to go on Sky when they have their own TV channel.

            Stephenson resigns – first interviewees on BBC: Ivan Lewis, Keith Vaz, Ken Livingstone.

            Yates resigns – first interviewees on BBC: Chris Bryant, John Prescott.

            Tonight on BBC 10 o’clock news: extended clips of Yvette Cooper at the despatch box shouting ‘Coulson’.

            BBC: the TV channel of the Left.

        • 106
          Be very careful what you wish for says:

          You obviously don’t understand how this works…if Cameron were to resign it would initially be as Leader of Tory Party ,he would remain as PM Clegg wouldn’t be PM…..what would happen is that the Tories as largest party would hold a pretty quick leadership contest(see 1990 Thacher) HMQ would then ask Cameron who she should send for..the new leader of Tories providing he/she could command support for forming an administration…if not then HMQ could send for leader of next largest party i.e. Labour(who would need LibDem support)to form Coalition…politically Clegg would be unabale to join so he would have to resign as Leader and Hughes would take over and form a government which would then have to get a confidence motion through..if not then there would have to be an election and in the meantime the economy would go into freefall,interest rates have to be raised etc etc and the resulnt cuts/chaos would make the last year look like a picnic

          • Santa Claus says:

            I like your thinking….

          • AC1 says:

            Interest rates should be raised anyway.

          • Anonymous says:

            It’s time for …… SUPERMOUSE

          • A Strategist says:

            So we really have to hope that Cameron stays in no 10 in order to keep the creep Simon Hughes away.

          • Admiral Leach says:

            Dave Light Weight won’t go till the men in grey appear at his door, and unless the there really is hard evidence for that parting shot from Stephenson with his statement saying he couldn’t let the PM know about Neil Wallis being a target in Operation Weeting because it could “compromise” the PM i.e. Coulson would learn about it from his contact with No. 10! If that is the case Dave LW might well be about to rejoin the warm world of PR.

          • Sam the First says:

            Cameron’s resignation would almost certainly force a General Election – so he won’t do it unless he loses a vote of No Confidence in parliament, forcing his hand

          • Jimmy Hill says:

            So Lanbour supportrs call for Cameron’s head for being mates with a newspaper editor that may have known about hacking phones. However, Blair launches an illegal war and sends young Brits to an early death. Brown screws the economy and leaves no space for fiscal stimulus or room for maneovre. I don’t remember the Guardian screaming bloody murder then! Fucking hypocrites- it’s never about the country or the general good- just whether they can score political points and keep the red flag flying. Huhnes the lot of em.

        • 212
          Gordon Brown says:

          I agree with Nick . . . .

      • 93
        MacGuffin says:

        How absurd. You clearly have no idea what you are talking about. The Tory MPs would not agree to serve under a LibDem PM.

        When (not if, WHEN) Cameron goes, it will be Gove v Davis, with that odd May woman in with a small chance.

        Cameron’s Africa trip is looking as (un)wise as Thatcher’s jaunt to Paris during the Heseltine challenge.

        Bring it on!

        • 116
          Anonymous says:

          In the mean time you need a care taker for few days, that could be Clegg. Other problem is who is acceptable to Clegg. Suddenly backstabbing asshol* Clegg has become king maker.

          • MacGuffin says:

            You don’t need a caretaker for a few days. Clegg is not the Vice-President. Cameron will stay on as PM for a week or so, while the Tories choose a leader and confirm the coalition agreement with the LibDems (might be interesting to see if the LibDems seek to ‘clarify’ any terms to their advantage). I reckon it will be Gove, despite his proximity to the Cameroons.

        • 123
          Archer Karcher says:

          I hope they took the credit cards and cheque book off of Dave before they let him leave for Africa. God only knows what extravagant promises he will make with our tax money.

          • Anonymous says:

            You have a very good point. Given the chance he will give few billions of UK tax payer money.

        • 194
          Will someone please poison all the Cocaine in London to kill off the BBC. says:

          The reason Cameron went to South Africa is he’s obsessed with making the BBC love him, so by giving lots of our money to starving black people he thinks that will work.

          It won’t, the BBC hate every fucking Tory ever born, if the BBC had their way anyone who votes Tory would be stripped naked and shoved into a gas chamber (along with all the Jews the lefty c u n t z hate of course)

        • 217
          Sam the First says:

          They were mad not to choose Davis when they had the chance. Maybe, just maybe, this will be rectified – but I fear it’s too late to undo the damage done to the party and the country already

          • Sam the First says:

            Davis is both a proper Tory and has integrity. He also comes from the working class.

            I wrote on the DT boards that they were mad at the time – and his selection would have made UKIP entirely unnecessary thereby consolidating the Tory vote and relegating much of recent history to the realms of nightmare

        • 249
          What-Ho! says:

          It won’t be Gove unless the party wants to commit electoral suicide. Creepy Scottish guys don’t win elections [see the last one for details.]

        • 267
          Mundabor says:

          Fully agree.
          Why the Tories should help the most disgraced party of this planet to stay in power is beyond comprehension even for the modern Tory party.

          Rather they would profit of the (alas, improbable) resignation of that phony idiot, elect Davis or Gove and come back to being a Conservative party rather than a stupid imitation of nuLabour; then seek a new general election and go over Reds and Yellows with the steamroller.

          This they can easily do, the day they remember that they are supposed to be conservatives instead of Christianophobe limp wrists like the fraud call-me-dave and his ridiculous same-sex-girlfriend Nick.

          Mundabor

      • 121
        smoggie says:

        Tories should propose a Muslim as the next PM. A FEMALE Muslim to provide a quandary for all you muzzies to tug your beards over.

      • 122
        Eamonn U Ensis says:

        The Tory Part won’t serve under Clegg…it’ll either be an election or Lib/Lab pact minus Clegg with Hughes in his place

        • 155
          Norris Stampton says:

          Cameron isn’t going anywhere” Marks my words. When the salivating dogs that are the Labour party and the BBC have stopped people might just wake up to the fact that a very high proportion of the noise is unproven liberal conjecture.

        • 162
          MacGuffin says:

          The LibDems will not force an election when they are at 10% in the polls.

          A Lab/Lib pact does not have a majority in the House.

          You’re right that Tory MPs will not serve under Clegg or any other LibDem PM

          The Coalition will continue, with the Tories in No. 10 (though perhaps not No. 11).

      • 221
        Gordon Brown ate my hamster says:

        Airport’s that way, muzee. Fuck off.

    • 7
      Bartholomew, George Osborne's Teddy says:

      My man is actually shredding the evidence in the loo. Natalie has already been picked up and is enjoying the benefits of rendition.

      • 15
        T.B£iar - the People's Messiah says:

        He can buy my industrial strength shredder if he needs. I can also hire out my finest dossier ‘editor’.

        • 20
          Down With Brown! says:

          Gordon Brown is a poo downstairs.

        • 35
          Bartholomew, George Osborne's Teddy says:

          My man thinks it is too late. Scapegoat the fuzz and the chances are one of them will tell all they know about various misdeeds whilst under parliamentary privilege before the committee. Could be entertaining if Venal Vaz decides to poke his head above the parapet again.

    • 42
      We're all going on a Summer Holiday says:

      They were all probably at home packing their bags ready for their extended Summer Holidays ready for a quick get away.

      Now Red’s gone and F**ked it all up and they can’t go to Wednesday.

    • 56
      Baroness Warsi says:

      Is Dave the new Blair?

    • 113
      Faceless Bureaucrat says:

      Cameron may yet be brought-down by this, unless he is playing the long game here.

      Meanwhile, Ladbrokes are apparently offering odds on Cameron being the next cabinet member to go at 12/1.

      Who’d have thought it…

    • 183
      Dave says:

      I never realised that Andy Coulson used to edit the Screws and was forced to resign over phone hacking. But I can give you this cast iron guarantee, that Andy never authorised the hacking of a single phone while he worked for me.

    • 223
      Liam Pox says:

      a kick in the Privates

    • 244
      alcazar says:

      Lord Ashcroft is available and willing to tour the TV stations to defend Cameron.

  2. 2
    The Umpire is always right! says:

    Dave is recruiting the next team of “English” Cricketers!

    • 21
      Bartholomew, George Osborne's Teddy says:

      God, we are in trouble. The idiot selectors couldn’t even pick Woakes when the alternatives were crap. The best prospect since Botham and now to be faced by Daves recruitment drive.

      • 216
        The Umpire is always right! says:

        I am sure Woakes played in the 20/20 v sri lanka, didnt have a good game.

  3. 4
    Redpoll says:

    If they sacrificed Dave in a Wickerman would we get our summer back?

    • 19
      dimples aren't dimples if they join up says:

      unfortunately for that to work we’d have to suffer britt ekland slapping the walls naked to scottish folk music first.
      might have been a good thing(depsite the folk music) 40 years ago….now, not so much…..

      • 36
        Observer says:

        Yes, but your eyesight isn’t what it was 40 years ago, so it all balances out.

        • 84
          dimples aren't dimples if they join up says:

          but i can get artificial aids for my eyesight….Britt’s buns however……

      • 107
        Anonymus says:

        The one slapping the walls wasnt britt.

        • 136
          Anonymous says:

          Nah, it’s Thora Hird

          • Anonymus says:

            A body double, a stripper from Glasgow.

            See those Do parties where theres rebeckah and andy and the rest of them, where daves standing about looking lost behind rebeckah on the photos. Later on they were all dancing naked around a huge fire, and there was dave woodwood, wandering about wondering what on earth was happening, not understanding a bloody thing.

  4. 5
    Down With Brown! says:

    George’s in the House of Commons on Theresa May’s left shoulder. He’s also got the collapse of the Eurozone and the American economy to wrestle with.

    What about Hague? Dave’s deputy in all but name.

    • 16
      Tom baldwin's Liebour Ajax supplier says:

      Theresa is officially considering an application from little Yvette Cooper/no Balls to be her bitch after May kicked her lying ass in the commons!

      Cooper/no balls may be too shifty…so l hear Gordon is also applying!

      • 40
        I don't need no doctor. says:

        Cooper really is a shit and an insincere useless tosser.

        • 143
          Archer Karcher says:

          Cooper-Bollock must be really shit if thicko May can kick her arse.

          • The Umpire is always right! says:

            Look who she is married to!

          • Archer Karcher says:

            Would rather not Billy, everytime the weasel Balls comes on the tv screen, I start swearing like a tourettes victim.

          • The Umpire is always right! says:

            True, tho idont need to see Ed Balls for that, Just a traffic jam :-)

      • 163
        Black Flag says:

        funny definition of ‘bitch’. May has just enacted all of Cooper’s recommendations from the weekend.

    • 23
      Anonymous says:

      Were all in it together, were in the shit together Serves Cameron right, he decived the electorate with his CAST IRON GARENTEE and proceeded to sell us out to the EU. FUCK HIM!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

      • 54
        Observer says:

        Yes, the non-arrival of the referendum was a big disappointment.

        • 155
          Mike Hunt says:

          which of course would have been quite useless seeing as one James Gordon Brown signed the fucking thing.

          • Sophie says:

            Wrong.

            Rusty has apent too long trying to appeal to the left.

            The left hate him “because he is Tory, innit”

            The right hate him “because he is not a Tory, harumph.

            And now he is on his own.

            He should have slashed the public sector.

            He should have cut taxes.

            He should have closed DFID.

            He should NEVER have gone into Libya.

            He should have honoured his EU referendum pledge.

            He should have told the EU that there is “no money left”.

            But he did not.

            And now the post Dave era approaches like a freight train.

          • Archer Karcher says:

            Passing the blame is a good game but a lousy excuse.

            Cameron could have hung tough and called the referendum anyway, then played hardball with the EU over everything from funding to bail outs. Instead, he went into whipped dog mode immediately and grovelled to give them ever more with each passing demand.

            Meanwhile here in this country, we face huge increases in energy prices, are told to tighten our belts and feel ‘proud’ that record amounts of OUR money, is being hosed around the world so third world dictators can buy villas in the south of France and new private jets on our forced largesse.

            Perhaps we should blame James Gordon McShite for that too?

      • 86
        horrorfan24 says:

        One important thing to keep in mind; the torys, unlike Labour, can and do despose of their leaders very quickly if they see fit. They have history and form for doing so. They are far more ruthless and organised than Labour. How many opportunities did Labour have to oust Brown, and non of them came to anything. If this picks up more heat, Dave should be worried, very worried.

      • 193
        Snotrocket says:

        But it was obviously Blair who fucked the education system that you were part of, Anonymous. Good grief!! Take note of what comment spell-check is doing to help you ffs.

    • 70
      Jim says:

      WilliamJHague William Hague
      In Brussels – refused to accept backing for an EU military HQ. Wasteful and bad for NATO cooperation

    • 72
      Anonymous says:

      Did you here Theresa May, boy has that girl got Balls, well she stuffed his wife anyway.

    • 77
      Daniel Hannan for PM says:

      Daniel Hannan AND David Davis (with A BIT of Boris) can sort it all out. For real. Hannan is the only dude who could take over this afternoon and have us swanning about proud to be Brits, like peacocks in Holland Park. He can do it. Yes he can. Oh yes he can. ‘Atlas shrugged too much’ did it for me.

      • 229
        Major Dick says:

        Nah. This goes deeper than a couple of good talkers can sort out. We need a Labour/Conservative government of national unity with Ed Miliband and Theresa May in charge, to get rid of government by media, the EU, Euro bailouts, NATO wars, health cartels, GM foods and fluoride in the water.

        • 265
          Snotrocket says:

          Ed Miliband? In charge? Jesus H Christ! I wouldn’t put him in charge of our Parish Council!

          May, maybe. Then, (In, as they say, no particular order) Davis, Hannan, Gove, Redwood, Hague, Green…

          But, not fucking labour – AT ALL! Have you such a short memory that you’ve forgotten how they totally butt-fucked the economy; that the cluster-fuck of a party that Miliband and Harman lead is the nastiest, most politically illiterate party we have ever lived through (and, yes, I can remember Heath!)

  5. 6
    imnumbervi says:

    According to Sky, Osborne is addressing the 1922 committee.
    Perhaps he’s drumming up support?

    • 52
      Moussa Koussa says:

      Gidders PM…..have lost your f*cking mind

    • 97

      That means please don’t bring a vote of no confidence in me, backbenchers. Think of it. First of all Nick Clegg could become instantly caretaker PM, and play for keeping position. Next if coalition folds, it’s curtains for most MPs as Labour are on 43/44, and would win a majority. Self interest dictates that Tory MPs don’t pull the rug from Cameron.

      Alternatively a coup against me could bring a new party leader out of the eurosceptic wing, bringing UKIP and non-voters back into support. Conservatives could see a transformation in the party’s morale followed by a new coalition govt of national unity with Ed Miliband, demanding the end of government by News International. Stranger things have happened. I’m ready to pack up, I can tell you. I’m getting sick of being seen for what I really am – a totally self-interested shyster.

      • 161
        Archer Karcher says:

        Poor quality trolling, if you can’t make a point in two sentences, it really isn’t any good. Try harder…..if you can.

      • 296
        Siemens says:

        Herr Kameron, you must hev no vorries

        your post on our board of direktors is alvays open

  6. 8
    Bollocks Broadcasting Corporation says:

    Note to all news editors :
    It is essential to mention Andy Coulson and David Cameron in the same sentence as often as possible. Also try to think of how we can work it into Eastenders and maybe the weather forecasts.

    • 17
      Moussa Koussa says:

      Same way Tories referred to Sinn Fine / IRA
      Same way Tories referred to Blair and Kelly
      Same way Tories referred to Iraq war and illegal

      ete ctc etc. Goose and Gander

      • 273
        D L George says:

        There’s a HUGE difference.

        The conservative party is legally biased.
        The BBC is illegally biased.

    • 22
      Blue Peter says:

      And here are our new puppies, Cameron and Coulson

    • 146
      editor says:

      pleased you mentioned that

      we anticipate the introduction of two new characters in eastenders shortly. they will be an unmarried gay/lesbian/transexual couple who live in a stately home at the top of the high street. they dress for dinner and become the ridicule of the locals because of their habit of ordering lager and lime with a cherry – so seventies ….

  7. 9
    Jimmy says:

    Looks like they’re leaving it to you.

  8. 10
    Down With Brown! says:

    Where’s Guido?

  9. 11
    Steve Miliband says:

    Perhaps all the MP’s have fucked off home early?

    Reckon there is a shitstorm brewing for the direction of the Labour Party

    • 185
      SphereWatch says:

      Ed Balls is up to something. He’s been slyly dropping in at ‘fundraisers’ and saying things that aren’t being reported.

      • 208
        Private Schultz says:

        Yes, I’m surprised at how quiet Balls has been – perhaps he has something to expose Mili as a pompous, sanctimonious hypocrite. So he can bring him down just before their conference and step into the breach?

        Or perhaps EdBand’s spinners have refused to let him speak because every time he does people are reminded of McBride.

  10. 12
    The Umpire is always right! says:

    To be honest, why should they comeout and bat when the debate is being spun along by the leftie coke snorters.

    BBC
    question 1: When is Dave resigning?
    answer : he is not.

    Question 2: When do you think dave should resign?
    answer : I dont.

    Question 3 : When Dave does stand down (as you suggest), who should lead and will you call a election.

    • 237

      Theresa May can take over. Ian Dale says so.
      She can form a government of national unity with Ed Miliband to get rid of government by spies and media proprietors, end NATO wars, NHS cartels, get the economy going, get rid of GM foods, Fluoride in water and other poisons, like greedy out of control Prime Ministers.

  11. 13
    Raving Loon says:

    David Cameron – EU traitor. Good riddance.

  12. 14
    I don't need no doctor. says:

    The Labour Loop Party – Andy Coulson, Andy Coulson, Andy Coulson, zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

  13. 17
    South of the M4 says:

    As Dave has meekly allowed MilliE to dominate the agenda – and has done nothing to rubbish some of the absolute crap that has been said – then I expect no one thinks it is worth saving his lily-livered arse.

  14. 25
    Down With Brown! says:

    If Dave goes, who do the conspirators want to be the new Tory Leader?

  15. 27
    Moussa Koussa says:

    His days are numbered — and you know it. The Guy is up to his neck on this one. Once the main players realise that they can cut their sentances if they sing… they will sing.

    Come on Blue Noses….. Don’t forget to keep to your Dave’s ( News Corp ) strategy… A Mixture of Apologism and Schadenfreude.

    It isn’t going to work, over 3000 victims yet to be informed….None of which will be prominent Tories.

    • 50
      Steve Miliband says:

      They have 13 years of Labour lies to sing about. It will be a fucking opera

    • 88
      Anonymous says:

      If NI staff are going to sing it looks like Gordon & Tony could be neighbours again, this time in Wormwood Scrubs. This is a Labour scandal that’s how Labour know where all the bodies are buried. The problem NI have on pinning a fair share of the cover up blame on Labour is their defence is that they didn’t know what was going on, it was a few bad apples. The police defence is we knew a few people had been hacked, eg. Boris, but we were too busy with terrorism to look further. Anybody following the story knows Labour, The Met & NI were all in it together but I just can’t see any of the other two coming clean and admitting it so once again, just like the Dodgy Dossier, Labour will get away with their lies.

    • 89
      Wotta Tossa says:

      You can almost the malodorous hypocrisy.

    • 99
      Anonymous says:

      Boris was a victim just like Prescott & Bryant. And they weren’t looking for state secrets it was because all 3 had been caught with their pecker out.

    • 108
      Tom baldwin's Liebour Ajax supplier says:

      Moussa kun Ter Libyan killer…were you one of the ones Red Ed paid to come and talk at the LSE along with your former boss and his son to pick up his liebour sponsored degree!

      I take Boris and Osbourne dont count in the phone hacking……! or is it the Brown principle of one Rule for Liebour, one for everyone else!

      have you too been snorting Baldwins coke…..l have more if you and Red Ed need some after the Murdoch kicking your going to get!

      Just dont tell the US DEA….they have enough heat on me as it is….l shall plead that l was busy hacking Gormless Gordon McBust and Dr Kelly at the time with Tom!

    • 153
      smoggie says:

      Moussa is right. Dave will resign and it will all stop there. This is a Tory government problem going back these last 8 years.

      Dave jacks and all is forgiven. Rupert is not a vengeful man and the Met is utterly forgiving so we will have closure.

      Not one member of the LabourParty will be implicated.

      There goes a flying pig.

  16. 27
    The Gas Man says:

    is the PM becoming toxic?

  17. 32
    GIRUY says:

    The vile little pitbull that is Kelvin McKenzie has also been notably absent.

    As is usual in right wing bully boys, the piss their knickers and run off as soon as someone stands up to them.

    Someone please stick Kelvin in a cell with a big angry scouser.

    • 47
      Down With Brown! says:

      You’re not fit to lick Kelvin’s balls?

    • 95
      Tom baldwin's Liebour Ajax supplier says:

      GIRUY

      I see your the lying little BBC left Cu nT that has been trolling the sky blogs with same message

      toddyb on July 18, 2011 1:57 PM

      HAS ANYONE SEEN THE RANCID KELVIN MACKENZIE THE MURDOCH,S PET DOG HE HASN,T BARKED DURING THIS CRISIS NORMALLY A RENT A GUB FOR THE SUN HE HAS BEEN STRANGELY SILENT

      what a dumb fuck…stick to the BBC….try Cbeebies, though that might be tough for you!

      • 299
        Slobberrdown Menob says:

        The type of guy who you would just love to stamp on his sandals piss in his lentils and barbecue a couple of sausages by shoving them up his nose and setting fire to his beard.

  18. 37
    Henry Crun says:

    The only ones talking up the Cameron-Coulson story are the Labour Party. Every interview is about how Cameron must answer questions about the appointment of Coulson.

    So where were the cloth-eared clowns for last week’s PMQs?

    All this noise appears to be to deflect attention away from Trinity Mirror and Milibland Minor’s mate Baldwin.

    And will someone please shut up that chipolata-dicked moron Prescott. The unmitigated gall of the man to witter on about morality beggars belief.

  19. 38
    what a plonker says:

    This is just left wing froth that will die down in a couple of weeks but when the real enquiry gets going ,there will be 13 years of lies and labour corruption
    to trawl through . Bring it on .

    • 49
      Cato Street Conspirator says:

      Plonker by name, plonker by nature. You’ve realised, haven’t, that the entire political class is corrupt? Little groupies like you really should grow up.

      • 289
        The wizz says:

        CSC: You don’t have to be a pratt all your life, why not take a day off?

    • 67
      HandsomeDavid says:

      Lets be tough on crime and tough on the causes of crime (who said that?). ALL these crimes were committed under Blair and Brown.

      All we had for 13 years were soundbites.

      December 2003 Jack Straw said “three strikes and you are out” – oops another soundbite.

    • 147
      Kill a leftie win a newspaper says:

      Too right sir anybody with an ounce of grey cells can see Millitwat walking like a nonce right into one of those Nip traps filled with sharpened bamboo spears, when the enquiry gets going remember they will be dealing with a period when labour were in charge,not the Tories nor Cleggs lot maybe Millisdope has little to fear but what about Balls very silent at the moment strange that, everybody is jumping up and down wait Cam is only guilty so far of trusting someones word, there were a lot of questions left in the air regarding the Labour years strange things when J Spliff was home Sec. Cash for Lords and Ladies remember who was in charge of that investigation, if there was to be an election next wednesday problem ! Millipratt may find his self importance ill advised.

  20. 39
    Cato Street Conspirator says:

    Good night, Davy,
    Good night, Davy,

    We’re going to leave you now,
    Merrily we roll along,
    Roll along, roll along,
    Merrily we roll along,
    O’er the deep blue sea.

    Farewell, Davy,
    Farewell, Davy.

    We’re going to leave you now,
    Merrily we roll along,
    Roll along, roll along,
    Merrily we roll along,
    O’er the deep blue sea.

    • 236
      alexsandr says:

      FFS
      if cameron goes who will be next PM?

      I cant see any viable alternatives in the commons,

      now lets discuss real stuff like cutting the defecit, the italian debt crisis and the afghan war

  21. 41
    Geoffrey G Brooking says:

    Come on you blues.

    Rally behind your Leader.

    He got you where you are now.

    At least show some loyalty back in tough times.

    • 55
      Cato Street Conspirator says:

      What?At the head of what would have been a minority government after facing the open goal of Gordon? Do me a favour.

    • 58
      Moussa Koussa says:

      LOL… Is that Everton FC or Birmingham FC

    • 109
      South of the M4 says:

      It is exactly because ‘ he got you to where you are now ‘ that everyone has deserted him. Where are we exactly? oh, yes, exactly the same as where we were. Nothing has changed. The country may not have overwhelmingly voted for Dave – but it overwhelmingly voted to stop Brown’s policies. And he has not. Dave is not delivering.

    • 177
      Seriously though... says:

      Why would they, when the man himself has done a runner? Be interesting to know how long ago the Africa trip was arranged, and whether the dates had to be, er, brought forward, at the last minute. Just wondering.

  22. 44
    Moussa Koussa says:

    Funny how the Gideon Hacking story didnt fly…. Why you ask…coz it NEVER happened. The hackers dont hack their paymasters / instructors.

    • 112
      Anonymous says:

      Arabs who poke their hook noses into other peoples business that they don’t like can fuck off back to their own country.

      • 180
        b34st says:

        hey we can drop them off along with the bombs
        Personaly Id prefer to drop the bombs and aaaaarabs on tel aviv

  23. 45

    Watching George’s face behind Theresa May this afternoon you can only conclude that either Cameron or the economy are in deep, deep trouble. Or perhaps he had indigestion.

  24. 46
    i like gold says:

    Gold prices hit a record high today of $1,600+, meaning that Gordon Brown’s decision to sell off 400 tonnes of gold in 1999 at a twenty year low in the market has cost the nation over £10,000,000,000

    TEN THOUSAND MILLION POUNDS – F.U.CK.I.N.G H.E.L.L!

  25. 66
    Gordon Brown says:

    I haven’t gone away, you know. I’m still ready to take over should the nation require me.

    • 103
      RED ED - SON OF BROWN says:

      You’d have failed a ‘Fit and Proper’ test back in 2007. Now you wouldn’t be allowed to enter the exam.

  26. 67
    Peter Botting says:

    Get Peter Botting on the job – he has all the answers

  27. 69
    Down With Brown! says:

    Ken’s mate, Mr Rahma, the mayor of Tower Hamlets has been spending £72 a day on a chauffeur-driven Mercedes rather than using the tube like everyone else.

  28. 74
    Lou Scannon says:

    Have they all buggered off on holiday a day early ?

  29. 80
    Postal Vote says:

    This time, just do the opposite of what Osborne suggests.

    PS: Conservatives should start counting public sector job adverts and the square inches and estimated revenue they generated in The Guardian over the period 1997-2010. Labour and The Guardian have got to be brought to book over this clever scheme through which Labour helped the Guardian in return for favourable reports.

    Include all public sector jobs for this, i.e. includng all those in education, nhs, beeb, quangos for more than 25% dependent on taxpayers’ money, councils, regional authorities.

    Also should be included the job adverts that were commssioned by recruiting companies looking for candidates for public sector positions.

    Come on lazy tories. Do the work. Go to national library or whatever and start measuring all those advert suare inches. Tedious, but these adverts are smiling you in the face. Make an estimate of what all those adverts represented for the Guardian in in absolute amounts as well as percentage of total turnover over theperiod 1997-2010. Compare Guardian vs Independent and you know enough.

    Start counting now!

    • 189
      Hard-Lazing Voter says:

      I’d like to see the Graun stamped into the dirt and its staff forced to suck dick in the street for pennies.

      A man can dream.

    • 281
      simple soul says:

      Now that Brown has fallen, the public sector jobs are drying up and the Guardian is sacking its staff in droves.

    • 298
      Yus, M'lud says:

      A splendid task for a newly graduated – with a Media Studies degree – to undertake some unpaid intern work experience.

  30. 81
    Lady Virginia Droit de Seigneur says:

    Politicians are generally self-centred and spineless. If one of their colleagues gets into trouble their first instinct is to assess how it can be turned to their own benefit. In this instance most of them have calculated that keeping out of the public eye serves them best.

    I have to say quite a lot of them must be shitting themselves. Uncle Rupert hasn’t had his say yet – I don’t expect it tomorrow at the parliamentary hearing as he is still in contrition mode – but there have been hints in his papers of the future.

    • 288
      floreat etonia says:

      murdoch is a tired, senile old cun*t.

      don’t expect too much from an almost corpse

  31. 83
    Ed Milliband says:

    blarg

  32. 85
    modulus says:

    Well done Theresa gave Ball’s bitch a good stuffing.

  33. 87
    Zenobia says:

    What we need now, is something like South Africa’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission. Those who conspired with the Murdoch crime family and their accomplices – but who make a truthful and detailed public confession – should be stripped of public office and all their ill-gotten gains, but otherwise pardoned. The hard, unrepentant core of the Murdoch-Cameron crime axis should be imprisoned for their betrayal of the British people.

    • 110
      MacGuffin says:

      With our necklaces we shall liberate this country!

    • 269
      Cassandra King says:

      As long as the list includes all the labour crooks and bent spivs who used the gutter press for years.

      A truth and reconciliation would only be valid if ALL the political class from every party took part. But then again thats not the intention is it? Not so much a truth an reconciliation commission than a lynching. Now if the labour-Murdoch crime syndicate was fully investigated along side the Cameroid-Murdoch crime axis then the UK might just come out of it all cleaner and better than before.

  34. 91
    mark says:

    cameron will have to resign

    • 100
      MacGuffin says:

      It’s only a matter of time.

      The Grey Suits march tonight.

    • 117
      Be very careful what you wish for says:

      God help us all then…the chaos will be total and whoever takes over be it Labour or Tory will have to immediately raise interest rates and put forward a programme of more drastic and quicker cuts if they are to steady the markets plus tax increases held in reserve…at least another 500,000 public sector workers made redundant and the recovery such that it is in freefall

    • 124
      Anonymous says:

      Why?

  35. 102
    Red Ed the mong says:

    Serves the Tories right, they should have sorted out the BBC on the first day they came to power.

    Anyone would think all this hacking started in May last year, just like the BBC have failed to link the LAST Government to the fact that “the armed forces were not equipped to fight in Helmand” reports the BBC, so when did that happen the BBC shirt lifters?

    No helicopters, ammunition that didn’t work, no body armour and shit vehicles that fell apart at the first pot hole, now just remind me of who was in power and WHO was controlling the money?

  36. 114
    Julius Cameron says:

    Et tu, Warsi?

  37. 131
    labourunionsbbc we are one says:

    At least two things to do before an election is called:

    Change boundaries.

    Cut Scotland adrift.

    • 140
      labourunionsbbc we are one says:

      Oh and privatise the B-bbc, three things to do before election.

      Privitise the B-bbc.

      Change boundaries.

      Cut Scotland adrift.

      • 203
        Will someone please poison all the Cocaine in London to kill off the BBC. says:

        You missed one.

        Stop anyone called Mohammad or Abdul from voting 100 times each via the postal vote.

        • 232
          Charlie says:

          I have often wondered whether we, the telly tax payers fund all that white powder at the BBC, it is very worrying!

  38. 135
    The Umpire is always right! says:

    99% of this country expect to much of the politicons.

  39. 137
    Helpful says:

    Well if he had been nicer to his fellow Conservative MPs and not been so intent on sucking up to the LibDems at every opportunity he might have a bit more goodwill to draw upon.

  40. 139
    Anonymous says:

    Lazy fucking bastards!

  41. 141
    When is Tom Baldwin resigning? says:

    Cameron is safe.

    • 159
      Tom baldwin's Liebour Ajax supplier says:

      wonder how long before Murdoch cuts Baldwin adrfit in boat on his own!

      Golden rule, dont try and screw Murdoch like a bitch, Baldwin and Red Ed tried…and failed…just like Gordon McBust!

      “See that flash in the corner of your eye? Thats you career dissipation light. It just went into high gear”

      Good bye Liebour…..it’s been emotional!

      Cue Stone Roses…Fools Gold!

  42. 142
    Sir William Waad says:

    Saboteurs needed:

    There is a self-righteous vox pop poll on the Grauniad website – which questions would you like the MPs to ask the Murdoch’s and Rebekah?

    Please answer this and select ONLY the last ‘Rupert Murdoch’ question:

    “What is the company system of payment authorisation for contracted in services?”

    If we could get this obviously dud question to the top of the pile it would be a good thing. (The answer, by the way, is “How the heck should I know? That’s about four levels of seniority down from the CEO”)

    • 197
      Max says:

      If I could be arsed I would ask:

      Was it a good use of shareholder money to pay these idiot private investigators once Twitter had been invented and “celebs” broadcast everything you need for national titilation without having to waste a phonecall and apply the standard four digit pin?

      Jeez…

  43. 144
    Lobster Throttler says:

    Cameron wont fuck off until hes given all our money to all of the third world corrupt shitholes like pakistan, India and Africa.

  44. 148
    The BBC plays its favourite video clips says:

  45. 150
    Seumas "Arsehole" Milne says:

    I will be controlling the agenda from now on! Shut down the power plants!

    • 235
      Lady Virginia Droit de Seigneur says:

      You can take a boy out of Winchester…

      Milne’s another public school revolutionary always spouting class war bollock.

  46. 152
    The man of the moment. says:

    That’s twice today that the broadcasters have suspended what they are doing to cut away to Ed Milliband. Just 2 weeks ago Ed’s men would have had to plead with a regional rag to do an interview with him.

  47. 160
    b34st says:

    It started in chipping norton

  48. 164
    Why does Red Ed keep using a dead girls name for political reasons? says:

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    • 172
      Shop Steward says:

      Listen mate it’s bad enough with the thumbs slowing things down. The last thing we need are your unfunny childish postings clogging the works.

      • 214
        Ewanme says:

        The thumbs is a waste of space , hun .

        If I want thumbin , I’ll go to the Daily Femail , FFS .

        I couldn’t givva toss wot anyone thinks of my comments.

        E x

    • 198
      I don't need no doctor. says:

      Because he has nothing else apart fro Andy Coulson, Andy Coulson …………………. Miliband is a loser.

  49. 166
    Gordon says:

    Tony Blair has been very silent of late.

  50. 174
    The Umpire is always right! says:

    Rupert Murdoch to offer the Suns support for a genral election and backing Ed Miliband.

    Will ED accept?

  51. 175
    alexsandr says:

    oh come on. This is only of interest in westminster.
    most want the government getting on with fixing the economy, not pissing arounf with this

    let the plod do their job and shut up, mp’s

    this issue has only got to hysterical proportions cos of the BBC

  52. 181
    Mystic Nutmeg says:

    Cameron will not resign but will be struck down with malaria. Someone with the initials T.B. is playing a double game and the number 666 will be unlucky for him. A woman with fiery hair will be struck dumb on Tuesday and she should wear the colour cerise for luck. As this colour clashes with ginger hair and will give the cameraman a migraine.

  53. 187
    Prince Rupert, Supporter of Murdoch and free speach etc says:

    Step back a minute, what is all this fuss about, forget about Milly Dowler, not really important. This hacking issue has frothed over, but the public dont care and are generally bored of it. There is a mild amusment about the hysterical nature, but on the whole this corruption is a non event, look at every other country in the World and compare this circus, we in the UK are sooo anal. Cameron has buggerred off to Africa because it doesn’t really matter, any of it, and providing the Tories keep on governing the country, in a few weeks once the police have investigated and the judges have reviewed, not a lot will happen, its all froth.
    Thank you

    • 255
      alexsandr says:

      +1

    • 268
      Anonymous says:

      Agreed, there isn’t really a major scandal here. The NOTW were very naughty hacking Milly Dowler’s phone – if they even did – but apart from that, a few celebrities and politicians up to no good had phone messages listened to. The Met, the Labour government and all the newspapers knew it went on but the execs and Editors never asked, to enable them to deny they knew anything about it. Piers Morgan wrote about it in one of his early books. When they hacked Prince William’s phone they went too far so it had to be investigated for national security reasons, it’s interesting that hacking the Deputy PM’s phone didn’t raise any security issues!!

      However, Labour has now turned this into a scandal but since all this was brushed under the carpet on their watch all the failures are Labour’s failures. I cannot understand how Labour are getting such a free ride here. Cameron should never have employed Coulson but at the time the Tories desperately needed The Sun’s support. The irony is if Cameron hadn’t employed Coulson he’d probably be working for Ed Miliband today and we’d never have heard another word about phone hacking. Remember when he left NOTW Gordon Brown was the first person on the phone to wish him all the best for the future.

  54. 195
    The Umpire is always right! says:

    Did Tony Blair resign over bernnie?

    Or Alistair Camball?

    Or Lord Mandleson?

    Or Did Gordon resign over selling Gold?

    Or mcbride?

    Or Plotting to get rid of Tony on 7/7 With two Eds?

    I wonder what the million dead Iraqis feel aboutthis?

  55. 199
    Vazeline® The Slipperiest Substance On The Planet says:

    Well, I was pontificating on the news last night, oh and today, when I should actually be in prison!

  56. 210
    HenryV says:

    We live in odd times. Labour overspent to the tune of £90bn, let in 4ml ii who are probably costing HMT a couple of thousand a year, signed away more of our sovereignty, sold off our gold to buy a Monopoly money that has only increased 10% in value while the gold has quadrupled in price and still climbing while the Monopoly is about to go under. And nothing happens. The current PM needing a media shark hires one and the Labour are calling for his head. Finally which paper gets up to more of this skulduggery than any other? The Mirror, a paper which supports Labour. Amazing.

  57. 211
    Gonville Bromhead says:

    “Where is everybody”

    Dave’s here, talking to the world renowned rapist Zuma, shown here demonstrating the size of his weapon of mass destruction!

  58. 218
    Gordon Brown ate my hamster says:

    If it comes down to the wire, Cameron should call a snap election rather than resign. He has nothing to resign over. A snap election would be far more dangerous for Labour than the Tories.

  59. 227
    Biscuit barrel bim bim says:

    Well according to Mr Miliband and the shadow Home Sec. that Labour are completely blameless in all this.

    Who is this Tom Baldwin by the way?
    No, seriously, who is he?

  60. 230
    Elizabeth Firkin says:

    Perhaps my new inquiry might like to look at the number of instances of the police looking (or trawling) through the police national computer for confidential details on

    Celebrities, next door neighbours, friends, enemies AND PAID enquiries for criminals, newspaper hacks, solicitors etc

    There are thousands of these taking place on Plod’s own figures and not just in the Met (West Yorks for example). As far as I am aware, NO plod has lost their job dispite this being illegal.

  61. 241
    Amongomous says:

    Hopefully they’re just letting Milli have enough rope to hang himself.

  62. 245
    Gordon Brown says:

    Billy Bowden makes my winkie go hard.

  63. 251
    Geoffrey G Brooking says:

    Labour are only going for Cameron’s head because they don’t want the rest of the cob-webs to come out.

    It went on since 2002.

    Why no inquiry before 2005 Tony?

    Why no inquiry before 2010 Gordon?

    Why oh why?

    Talk about seize the moment whilst you can!

    Given the way Labour spun the media I wouldn’t be surprised if it damaged them more as a party than the Conservatives.

  64. 260
    Anonymous says:

    First dead journo!!!!!!!!!

  65. 262
    Anonymous says:

    Why don’t more people on this site look at the evidence (or lack of) and then reach intelligent conclusions.

    Most seem to start with a particular view of the world – and then select bits and pieces to back up that view.

    Am I alone in the view that I hold that most contributors start from a bias ?

    • 266
      Cassandra King says:

      “Am I alone in the view that I hold that most contributors start from a bias ?”

      The BBC does it every minute of every day, they start from a position of partisan bias that steadily degrades into hate and poisonous smear attacks.

      • 293
        Norris Stampton says:

        Gavin Esler almost had heart failure reporting in that fashion tonight on Newsnight.

  66. 264
    Cassandra King says:

    Where is Cameroid? In Africa and probably handing over a few hundred million pounds of taxpayers money that he will then claw back by ripping of the poorest in the UK. It is easy to run away and hide, his hero Bliar did it and Brown was an all time expert in running away and hiding to avoid trouble while fingering anyone else lower down the food chain while smashing mobile phones and office equipment and making his staff cry while lying through his teeth.

    • 287
      Anonymous says:

      He’s telling the Africans, “trade, not aid”. Isn’t that what you want to hear?

      • 297
        realist says:

        he’s bound to be slipping a few tens of millions to any corrupt dictator who crosses his path

        just can’t help himself!

  67. 274
    Parallel Universe says:

    So let’s look at the FACTS.

    Alleged dubious/illegal/immoral practices carried out by the media whilst LABOUR were in office.

    Alleged Police (The Met) corruption whilst LABOUR were in office.

    Investigations/enquiries, etc carried out and subsequently sat on, whilst LABOUR were in office.

    Leader of the Opposition employs a dubious ex-media character as his communications chief (Tom Baldwin).

    AND YET CAMERONS’ NECK IS ON THE LINE??????????????!!!!!!!!!!!!

  68. 275
    Olgrumpfy says:

    I’m afraid Cambo has reached his sellby date!…………. Crime?…………INAPPROPRIATE FRIENDSHIPS!…………can Osborne be far behind?………….

  69. 278
    Anonymous says:

    Do you clueless gimps actually read any world press, or do you just sit around here sucking each other’s cocks all day? I suppose you’ve long given up on the Telegraph, except for that crack head Janet Daley.

  70. 282
    Queen Charlotte says:

    This all reminds me of November 1990. A lot of damage was done to the country between then and 2010.

  71. 292
    Norris Stampton says:

    Where is Ed Balls in all this is just as interesting, and then I found the following Piece about Murdoch written by Conrad Black. The picture becomes a little clearer, Balls relationship with Black likely cost him the leadership of the Labour party and his association with media moguls likely finds his dirty fingers all over this story.. hence his absence and his boyish wife acting instead as spokesKrankie.

    http://www.businessday.co.za/articles/Content.aspx?id=148482

  72. 294
    tralsans says:

    Who is the puppet master? Surely it can’t be Ed Milliband.


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