July 19th, 2011

Morgan Denies Hacking Happened When He Was Editing

If evidence or testimony comes out that contradicts him, he is toast. Piers likes to take risks…


258 Comments

  1. 1
    Si says:

    Not long now?

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    • 4
      Faked Iraqi says:

      White man speak with forked tongue

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      • 165
        Osama the Nazarene says:

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        • 191
          Gweedo says:

          Morgan forgets one thing

          We blink a lot (unconciously) when we lie !!!!!!!!!!

          He blinks repeatedly – suggesting his brain is preparing for a lie or cover and therefore as his brain distracted – blinking unconciously arises.

          And just before the “for the record”…. yup huge BLINK!!!!!!!

          blink blink blink

          would you trust this man ?

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      • 184
        Tonto says:

        Hey, that’s my line.

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        • 189
          Hang the Bastards says:

          TRINITY MIRROR are next in the frame !

          Cant wait for PC plod to get hold of Piers & Toilets Maguire !

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          • AlJaBeeba Political and Propaganda Warfare Dept. says:

            Oi you! Leave our subsidary organs and people alone!

            Now what was that you said Ed … ?

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    • 28
      Anonymous says:

      Tomorrow PM Cameron will leave No 10 as Cameron MP. Looks like the statement has been prepared.

      Interesting to see who will succeed him.

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      • 32
        Morgan you cant says:

        He won;t go just like that – He’s got to follow the example of Gordo the Mong before him and cling to the doorway as they drag him out the premises.

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        • 62
          Ivor Biggun says:

          What about the stuff in Piers diary that implicates him in the phone hacking of the Sven & Ulrika story?

          How does he answer that one?

          And that’s without doing any digging!

          The truth is there were a number of people ‘at it’ in every downmarket newsroom (and some not so downmarket too)… this whole business just now is Murdoch and co. taking a kicking from the Labour Party, the BBC and Murdoch’s competitors because one or two people were stupid and insensitive enough to ‘hack’ non-celebrities – it’s not like anyone gave a stuff about Hugh Grant et al being snooped on…

          P.S. Hugh, how is Divine Brown doing these days? Did she dislike the press publicity as much as you did? :-)

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          • Tell it like it really is says:

            Actually I saw an interview with Divine in a Sunday supplement recently in which she said that “The stupid English tosser had been great for her even though he welshed on paying her” she capitalised as much as she could on the utter stupidity of the English toerag and now had her own “House.”

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          • Divan Brown says:

            There’s no such thing as bad publicity.

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          • Cinna says:

            It was very interesting to watch the BBC’s new drama “The Hour” yesterday evening.

            Set in the 1956 at the BBC, ace BBC reporter (and Charles Wheeler lookalike) was seen slipping a few quid to a copper to allow him to have a look at the body of a murder victim. This was rapidly followed by the same reporter “blagging” his way into the victims office in search of further “clues”.

            Of course this was in the days prior to mobile phones. Obviously the BBC would never dream of doing this sort of thing. It’s just fiction…

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        • 67
          nell says:

          What you talking about! gordon’ is still there. They haven’t unglued his fingers yet!

          There are all his labour appointees in the met , there are all his labour appointees in government and then there is his very special appointee , the serjeant at arms of the HoP, ms pays.

          Her Maj usually makes that appointment.

          gordon swept her aside in 2008 to give the job to a labour supporter. There have been constant security breaches ever since, the worst today when an 80 year old man was attacked giving evidence in the HoP and Britain was shamed right across the world media.

          gordon must be proud!!

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          • Vile Labour Slag Lyn Brown abuses the blind says:

            Yes this drip drip attack by the Labour scum is now coming to an end. The retribution begins tomorrow, there must be some really squeaky Labour sphincters out there. The slightest hint of any Labour corruption/wrongdoing will be pounced on mercilessly.

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          • A LieBore Sphincter (guess whose) says:

            Well I’m lubed up, relaxed, and ready.

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        • 257
          Ivor Tapeworm says:

          Blagging, like any investigation of a news story, is disgusting. I want reporters to ignore any leads they get, show no initiative (such as getting FOI documents on MP’s expenses) and just be spoon fed ‘news’ by spin doctors, like the lobby journalists. Or just make news up like the Daily Mail does.

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      • 33
        Span Ows says:

        Leave No 10 to slay the Miliweed in Parliament? Today has shown the faux outrage and BBC jihad for what it is…pissing in the wind.

        P.S. Won’t be the first time Piers has been toast!

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      • 44
        Redrum says:

        That must be some strong fucking skunk that you’re on fella.

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      • 53
        Tom Baldwin's Liebour Ajax supplier says:

        you dumb fucking tool…..more likely Baldwin will be arrested and gordon will fall off his Robert Maxwell Boat after Murdoch tore him a new one!

        Red Ed will go back to boarding school in Poland after missing the last two terms!

        his student visa to the uk will be revoked!

        Liebour twats!

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        • 213
          Drew Pecock says:

          WAPPING BOATING SONG

          Wev’e been accused of hacking
          Dropping folk in the shit
          They want to send us packing
          We won’t put up with it

          We know all your secrets
          So no matter how bad it looks
          We’ll blow the whistle
          And prove your a bunch of crooks

          We all pull together
          As down by the Thames we float
          Were all on the fiddle
          And were all in the same boat

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        • 223
          A newspaper editor says:

          There’s no news today – better lead with “HACKING – LATEST”

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      • 58
        MacGuffin says:

        It won’t be tomorrow. I reckon his inner PR airhead thinks it will all blow over if he can just wait until the MPs are out of town on recess. He’s toast.

        But yes, Cameron will be gone before conference season. The leadership will be an absolute free-for-all: Gove v Davis v Fox v Hague v May. Hunt is too compromised by the BSKYB disaster and Osborne is even more hated than Cameron is.

        Cameron’s trip to Africa will go down in history as one of the great inexplicable errors of judgment, like Thatcher’s jaunt to Paris during the Heseltine challenge.

        The Grey Suits are marching.

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        • 63
          Anonymous says:

          Are you for real FFS?

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          • MacGuffin says:

            I am very real, Anonymous.

            Why don’t you all just admit that Cameron is on his way out? It’s not as though any Tories actually like him all that much.

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          • Osama the Nazarene says:

            One thing is for sure if your weird nightmare ever became reality. Whoever became the new leader of the Tory Party would have the balls to call an immediate election to get a proper mandate, unlike the chicken hearted ditherer Brown.

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        • 127
          Tom Baldwin's Liebour Ajax supplier says:

          Liebour will be folded up before conference season when all the evidence comes out….like hacking of dr kelly’s phone by Tom Baldwin on orders from Campbell and Liebour!

          Liebour conference will just be a live feed to the web cam at broadmoor watching all the ex libeour MP’s and PM strolling around the exercise yard!

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          • Broadmoor Welcome mat says:

            You don’t mean ….. they’re criminally insane? Cor, who would ‘of’ thought it.

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        • 244
          jabbathecat says:

          Just keep drinking the kool aid…

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      • 69
        Anonymous says:

        You are correct Cameron will anounce he is leaving No.10………. to go to Cornwall for the week.

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    • 29
      Walter Wolfgang says:

      So there you have it the Labour physically attacks another 80 year old man .

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    • 124
      Postal Vote says:

      Green just did well in beeb interview in which presenter was behaving appallingly. When Green pointed out that it is a matter of principle for politicians not to interfere with ongoing police investigations, when probed on Llewellyn’s refusal to have Cameron briefed on phone hacking by Yates, the beeb presenter did not even let him finish his sentence.

      Another insight into bbc and guardian biasedness is perhaps that my local tv station ( I live abroad) at 10 uk time reported that first result of investigation into cause of death of that whistleblower indicates death was not brought onto him by an outside cause (literally translated). It’s now well over an hour later and beeb are still keeping quiet about it.

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      • 149
        Southern Softy says:

        Agreed. Gavin Esler is no Paxo.
        But of course, he is Scottich, so that makes him v good for the bbc.

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      • 256
        Chamberlain says:

        It was the most biased, incompetent interview I have seen in a very long time on Newsshite.
        Gavin Esler was almost apoplectic with Green’s answers, which were thoughtful and measured.

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  2. 2
    Geoffrey G Brooking says:

    Preferably burnt!

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    • 11
      Doddy says:

      Piers for souvenirs are all you’ve left me.

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    • 158
      Jonnie lost my Marbles says:

      Mcbride briefed me to say that I was just going to have a shave and stumbled into some old guy who was just there to give evidence about something or other. Of course I had no problem with that I am a true labour supporter and fully paid up member.

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  3. 3
    Redpoll says:

    Mandy Rice Davies response to Morgan!

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  4. 5
    The Umpire is always right! says:

    Bullshit.

    His own diaries implicate himself.

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    • 24
      Tom Baldwin's Liebour Ajax supplier says:

      Sven and Ulrika say you did hack them piers you lying shit!

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      • 49
        Barnehurst Bob says:

        SC: Ok Piers, the stage is yours. What are you going to do for us tonight?

        PM: I’m going to contradict my diary entries whilst keeping a straight face.

        SC: Is that all piers?

        PM: No, I’m going to accuse two past it Swedes of lying when they’ve got little or nothing to gain by it!

        SC: Well done Piers, You’re through to the next round, take a seat next to Lupurt, James, Rebekah, Andy………………….

        DC: Am I on?

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    • 38
      Span Ows says:

      Exactly…as was pronounced today LIVE by lovely Louise in the (not quite) kangaroo court (damn and blast say the BBC/Guardian/Labour task-force)

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    • 98
      Anonymous says:

      What did he say in his diary?

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  5. 6
    psyco says:

    What else could he do? He had to say something.

    I do hope it all goes wrong for him.

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  6. 7
    Wodger says:

    pants on fire maybe

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  7. 8
    End of the Piers says:

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    • 111
      Self confession says:

      Go on then Piers laugh it off. Bloody shame that you (for you) admitted it in writing though.

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    • 140
      Betty Swollocks says:

      Do you like prison food?

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    • 231
      Selohesra says:

      She will have Parliamentary privalidge in today’s debate though :)

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      • 247
        Tom Baldwin's Liebour Ajax supplier! says:

        I have been battering the democratic mongs on the CNN webiste Morgan story who were saying how Louise should be sued by Morgan for lies!

        Go have a look….l did tell them they were as thick and retarded as the mongs over at FOX and that Morgan is a known liar in the UK and that CNN should sack him!

        I think they may have called me a right wind facist…just because l used some Guido facts on the mongs!

        Though some on the CNN wanted louise in Playboy….which l thought was a great idea, with a free copy of PlayGirl to go to Piers when he is in jail!

        http://edition.cnn.com/2011/WORLD/europe/07/19/uk.phone.hacking.morgan/index.html?&hpt=hp_c2

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  8. 9
    The Umpire is always right! says:

    Still an improvement on the last piece, H@rry tell Guido to up his game.

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  9. 10
    Gordon Brown ate my hamster says:

    What a fucking surprise. Jonnie Marbles is a member of the Labour party. They’ve suspended him, which basically means they put him up to it.

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    • 13
      Barnehurst Bob says:

      The labour party is full of members!

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      • 18
        Ed says:

        By members do you mean Pricks?

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        • 192
          labourunionsbbc we are one says:

          Yes ed, well done; my you are a clever little boy for mummy.
          One day when you grow up you’ll be the biggest member your self, only you must let your older brother have a go first, because, like your daddy always said, us socialist must share everything equally; like that nice mr blair.

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    • 15
      I don't need no doctor says:

      Typical labour yobbo.
      The labour yobbos will all be shouting in parliament tomorrow. Hypocrites every one of them.

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      • 81
        HenryV says:

        I am worried if uni’s cut back on political science courses who will be yobs of tomorrow? The underclass can’t fill the vacuum they have better things to spend their benefits on than train tickets to London. Assuming that is they know where London is and what goes on there.

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        • 246
          jabbathecat says:

          Don’t worry Charlie Gilmour is off doing his Phd in yobbery for the next sixteen months and will then be ready to take to the streets again with gusto, albeit bow legged.

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    • 39
      Janet Streetwise Porter says:

      Yet the 10pm news on BBC is referring to him as “a member of the public” without even revealing his name let alone his affiliation…….was there something about it that made them uncomfortable I wonder?

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      • 51
        BBC News says:

        If it had been a Conservative Party member attacking the editor of The Guardian we would not have mentioned his party affiliation either.

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        • 55
          BBC News says:

          And if it had been a Conservative member attacking Piers Morgan we certainly wouldn’t have mentioned his party affiliation for fear of adding 10 points onto the Conservative’s poll ratings.

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        • 66
          Splooge says:

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    • 200
      Brownfinger says:

      It Was The Right Thing To Do!

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  10. 12
    Anonymous says:

    Someone taking the opportunity to suck up to Murdoch because they want a job??

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  11. 14
    Ah! Monika says:

    Piers have a habit of going up in flames

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  12. 15
    Morgan you cant says:

    Morgan is a despicable shit – about time he got his comeuppance. Perhaps the Feeeeebs could arrest him while we go about extraditing him, and lock him up for a while. I bet a bit of pretty boy British ass would go down well in one of those rough american prisons.

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    • 88
      Tell it like it really is says:

      It is called “Being turned out” when they are let loose to fend for themselves, or not, in the Americal prison system. Your are either one of the dictators or a “galboy” – for use or hired out and I don’t think Piers is up to fighting his corner to be one of the dictators, there are not many of them, plenty of the others.

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  13. 17
    Piss Organ says:

    Trust me, I’m a friend of Gordon Brown.

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  14. 19
    Steve Miliband says:

    Set Wendi Deng on him

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  15. 20
    Anonymous says:

    If the bint that brought this up at the select committee meeting today did so on the basis of what she had read on here over the past week I really do give up. Surely if you are going to accuse in parliament, an ex-Daily Mirror editor of admitting phone hacking, you make sure your accusation is watertight, not based in some half cock story you read on Guido’s blog at midnight after a bottle of Chardonnay. Jesus H. Christ.

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    • 22
      Steve Miliband says:

      It was in his own book (available at all good Oxfams)

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      • 36
        Anonymous says:

        His book only explained how you go about phone hacking and it certainly hinted that he may have done it, but he never admitted it and he certainly never said that’s how he won ‘scoop of the year’ I think it was Guido that said that.

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    • 26
      Barnehurst Bob says:

      If the bint

      Is the use of this type of language a crude attempt to hide your Labour credentials?

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    • 130
      Tom Baldwin's Liebour Ajax supplier says:

      what a tool…..

      Are you Mandelslimes thai rent boy…are you worried that you wont get into the uk if all the liebour corruption comes out!

      oh dear

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    • 133
      Span Ows says:

      “If the bint that brought this up at the select committee meeting today did so on the basis of what she had read on here over the past week…”

      FFS, no wonder you post as anonymous.

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  16. 21
    ianhills1 says:

    Any shit who was capable of faking pictures of soldiers abusing Afghans is capable of anything.

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    • 64
      Piers Smears says:

      The picture was of soldiers abusing Iraqi’s and I think you’ll find the story was true. Just because ‘Honest’ Alistair and ‘Honest’ Tony spread the word that the whole thing was a fabrication doesn’t mean it was.

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      • 148
        Beeb says:

        Daily Mirror editor Piers Morgan has been sacked after the newspaper conceded photos of British soldiers abusing an Iraqi were fake.

        http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/politics/3716151.stm

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        • 180
          Anonymous says:

          Just ask Justice McKinnon if The Queen’s Lancashire Regiment abused Iraqi’s. A member of the regiment was convicted of abusing Iraqi’s and 6 others were suspected but as the judge said the regiment closed ranks and made it impossible to get to the truth. Piers Morgan may be a shit but on this story he was correct.

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  17. 23
    The Umpire is always right! says:

    Waterboard him!

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  18. 25
    Gordon Brown ate my hamster says:

    For tomorrow’s debate, I hope the incompetents who usually advise Cameron on PMQs do their job and tell him to mention Brooks’ comment that she regularly visited No10 when Labour were in power but has never been while Cameron’s been PM. That should wipe the smug grins off the faces of the Labour front bench.

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    • 45
      MacGuffin says:

      As Brooks herself has pointed out, she had no need to go to No 10 because she saw Cameron so often in Chipping Norton socially.

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      • 131
        Tom Baldwin's Liebour Ajax supplier says:

        like every liebour MP, past or present (apart from Gordon McRetard and EU corrupt fucker kinnoch who are both too ugly), all the BBC hacks, and Jon Snow who keeps denying he knows anything about the partys!

        They were all there, but still liebour attempt to rewrite the last 14 years!

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    • 239
      Fog says:

      Brooks also said she had never been horse-riding with Cameron. And Rupert Murdoch said the PM he had met with most was Gordon Brown. The media won’t mention these things.

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  19. 27
    cuпt watch says:

    He may as well deny that he’s an utter cuпt.

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  20. 31
    The last quango in paris says:

    Can someone jn the coalition please read this – no one cares about old phone hacking but were outraged Millie! If Rebekah etc resigning for what was on their watch then why should dc? Not his watch and if investigated properly would have known if prob with a c! Another labour mess!

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  21. 34
    SaltPetre says:

    Why does the bimbo keep saying ‘right’ while moron is talking?

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  22. 37
    Afghanistan Banana Stand says:

    It may be because he’s an odious git.
    It may because he has a face that just begs to be punched (Clarkson!).
    It may be because he’s smarmy.
    It may be because he could give Vaz a run for his money in the ‘I’m an Oily bastard’ stakes.

    But I don’t believe him.

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  23. 40
    Gordon Brown ate my hamster says:

    Is there a more inappropriate judge for a programme called Britain’s Got Talent?

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  24. 43
    RED ED - SON OF BROWN says:

    To all you Doubting Thomases out there, Gordon has asked me to confirm that no-one in the Liebour party has ever heard of the Murdochs until after we lost the General Election. Must run – the kids are out playing with Murdoch’s kids.

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  25. 47
    Tom Fatson says:

    Order ! Order !! Ed’s Kangaroo Court is now in session. Order !!! Order !!! ORDER !!!!

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  26. 48
    City of Vice says:

    BBC hyping it up.

    Epic fail. It’s getting boring for ordinary folks. Slaphead Robinson and Perky Peston trying their best to breathe life into this boring bollox.

    The Murdoch’s win easily on points. Special mention to Mrs M for slapping the Labour twat. Hope Murdoch close’s The Times – after all his UK titles are loss making and less than 1% of his corporate turnover. Murdoch’s doing the establishment a favour keeping the paper open.

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    • 72
      HenryV says:

      What made me laugh was our MPs just didn’t get that what the Murdochs were actually saying was the UK didn’t matter. Then again our MPs believe that the UK is contained within the M25.

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      • 121
        Ed But Look Balls says:

        I was disgusted at the MPs committee, the MPs are feckin midgets, troughing hoons, liars, criminals, hypocrites, self-serving, immodest, pillocks, embarrassing, carpet-baggers, ignorant, officious and shameful !

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    • 137
      Tom Baldwin's Liebour Ajax supplier says:

      the same peston who was at brooks party the other week!

      BBC are finished, and when liebour fold, who will fund the Guardian!

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      • 154
        Jan says:

        Autotrader funds The Guardian….So stop buying Autotrader.

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        • 243
          Och Aye the expat says:

          Nope! Tax payer funded ads fund the Granunid

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        • 245
          JH says:

          How ironic that a textbook capitalist enterprise such as Auto Trader pays for the Guardian’s annual £33 million losses, so they can carry on wagging their fingers about the evils of capitalism.

          If the left did government as well as they did hypocrisy, we would be the best run country in the world.

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    c.eng says:

    July 19, 2011 at 9:53 pm

    Seems the bubble is about to burst.

    The suspects were shown to be proper people by comparison with their interrogating midgets.

    Dave was probably fortunate to be away as hot air filled the bubble.

    Let’s hope he can prick it tomorrow and deliver a coup de grace to Millimong and his pathetic mob (including Pravda and the Guardianistas)

    Then get back to business !

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    • 57
      Anonymous says:

      …..of selling us out to the EU and subsidising the Indian space program.

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    • 116
      Ed But Look Balls says:

      Al-Beeba still trying to get at DC though.

      Where is Ed Bollox, I have trawled Morley and Outwood today and the cnut was nowhere to be seen!

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  28. 54
    Tom Fatson says:

    On the subject of judgment and choosing one’s associates, what the fuck does it say about me being very close friends with McPoison, Ed Balls, Gordon Brown and Dolly the Creep ?????

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  29. 59
    HenryV says:

    The Select committee should drag each newspaper group in and ask them whether they have hacked or not. Starting with the fcuking Mirror.

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  30. 65
    polly termagant says:

    piers. while you’re doing porridge do you mind if I do your wife?

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  31. 68
    Lord Lavender et al. says:

    I R SPAREMONG

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  32. 70
    Gordon Brown ate my hamster says:

    A pity it wasn’t Jonah Brown who tried to attack Murdoch. I’d have loved to see Wendi Murdoch beat the crap out of that fucking mong. Brown probably put Marbles up to it. We know how the mong always gets others to get revenge for him. Gutless c unt.

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    • 87
      Mad, Bad & Dangerous Gordon McRuin says:

      Next you’ll be suggesting I’m a nasty, vindictive, sociopathic bully who has no inter-personal skills and who fucked up the the fifth largest economy !!

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  33. 71
    Brown Turd Morgan says:

    Morgan is a liar and a nasty piece of work. Many people know about his nasty tricks as Mirror editor. Hacking phones is the least of his worries.

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  34. 73
    A Perfectly Fine Pair Of Lungs says:

    Piers is toast! Magic!

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  35. 74
    nell says:

    Don;t forget the beeb!

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  36. 75
    The Umpire is always right! says:

    It just aint cricket!

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  37. 78
    Gordon Brown ate my hamster says:

    The fragrant Louise Mensch on Newsnight debating in a moment with Damian Green and two former NOTW reporters. And coming up later Carl Bernstein, Will Self and Earl Spencer! :-D ZaNew Liebore conspicuous by their absence. I wonder why. Maybe something to do with the lack of a smoking gun revelation today or the Labour tosspot’s shameful attack.

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  38. 82
    polly termagant says:

    good to see their top policemen and politicians tied up in this hack circus, mohammad.

    makes our job much easier, omar, allah be praised.

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  39. 83
    Gordon Brown ate my hamster says:

    Credit to Newsnight, they’ve showed Murdoch’s comments about his close friendship with Brown. They began by showing Brown last week claiming he’d been at war with Murdoch and then the reporter said “That doesn’t quite fit with what we heard today”, followed by Murdoch’s remarks :-D

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  40. 84
    Piers Morgan's neural pathways to lying, bullying and hacking says:

    Morgan is a liar and the truth will out!

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    • 97
      Tell it like it really is says:

      Who has actually been charged with anything?

      No one so far as I can see, these various over excited reporters are not now even bothering to use the words, alleged, maybe, someone said, a third source said, could be.

      I liked the Murdoch remark “the British press etc is transparent at the moment and some people don’t like that.” Skidmark Bryant, Twatson, McRuin, and on and on.

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  41. 89
    Piers Dogshit Brown Mong says:

    If you want to make a complaint about someone like Morgan about suspected hacking and worse. Who do you complain to?

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  42. 91
    Fat useless benefit-chasing pie thrower says:

    Yes I am proud to say I am a member of the Labour Party and uphold its values.

    Like

  43. 92
    nell says:

    piersmorgan.

    the man who speaks out of both sides of his mouth!

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  44. 93
    That's News says:

    Mr Morgan just published faked photos and there was the insider dealing shit, too, some time earlier.

    Bet Murdoch really needs the support of someone like that…

    Like

  45. 94
    nell says:

    piersmorgan.

    the man who talks out of both sides of his mouth!

    Like

  46. 95
    Balls' Bitch says:

    Ed has been advised to keep his face off the telly at this critical time. He is despised by the public and frightens children.

    Like

    • 146
      Tom Baldwin's Liebour Ajax supplier says:

      Red Ed Child catcher

      Red Ed….will have to go back to his day job when baldwin spills the beans and gordon falls off his Maxwell boat!

      here kiddies, l have some coke….cola from uncle Tom!

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  47. 96
    brokeback coalition says:

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  48. 99
    nell says:

    It is especially noticeable tonight how his bosom pals , gordon and sarah, are utterly silent in his defence!!

    empty friendships piers?!

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  49. 101
    rump of the conservative party says:

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  50. 103
    The unfunny and cowardly Piers Morgan says:

    Liar!

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  51. 104
    nell says:

    Anybody else that piers made ‘cry’ on tv, to boost their popularity ratings, coming out to defend him?

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  52. 105
    Sarah Brown says:

    I’m watching Sex: How to do Everything on Freeview 30. They’re explaining cunnilingus.

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  53. 106
    The Umpire is always right! says:

    Before today, I wasnt a fan nor a hater of Murdoch , After today i respect the bloke even tho he a convict (aussie).

    His son James Murdoch was very impressive as well.

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      Utterly fucked northerner says:

      Not so sure about young Hamish – He seemed to be caught between trying to seduce Louise Mensch and dominating the rest of the room, poor soul ended up looking like a startled rabbit, despite the fine words … probably just needs a hug from his old man.

      Mr Murdoch Snr betrayed a flash of character when he visibly brightened up after the slapstick and, having earlier discovered humble, the future focus of his wealth and influence should be illuminating.

      Good luck to them both.

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  54. 107
    Ed But Look Balls says:

    Twat Esler asks a question to Damian Green on NN and wene he doesn’t get the answer he wants, the cooooooont gets aggressive. Al-Beeba…the Impartial Broadcasting Company…foooooock off coooonts !!

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  55. 109
    Gordon Brown says:

    I could murder a Murdoch!

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  56. 110
    Gordon Brown ate my hamster says:

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    • 119
      The subsidised Left says:

      Well this is one of life’s mysteries given that most lefties can not afford to pay the telly tax.

      OK OK I’ve just realised that the Leftie’s telly tax is mainly paid by the taxpayer, the non lefty taxpayer at that.

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  57. 112
    The Umpire is always right! says:

    Class tatics by Murdoch (aided by the left), Start of evidence looks a bit confused not really “With it”, James answer most questions (detailed), Then looney attacks Murdoch, Committe aplogies and Murdoch and Jnr ccomeout with a win.

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  58. 113
    Moley. says:

    Once again from seen elsewhere, a gem.

    Pie chucker’s name is Jonathan May-Bowles; a founder member of UKUncut.

    Is he related to Camilla Parker-Bowles?

    http://adloyada.typepad.com/adloyada/2011/07/my-day-alongside-murdochs-pie-chucker.html

    But what is simply stunning is that the Met, having let the idiot in in the first place, then told the Blog writer who had sat next to him for four hours to piss off and not bother them with her silly details and a description of the man who appeared to have been directing events.

    Come back Inspector Clouseau, the Met needs you.

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      Plod says:

      Aren’t our police wonderful ???

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    • 151
      Foxgoose says:

      Yup – who was the smartly dressed ginger bloke with the satchel and press pass, who briefed the pie-moron.

      Can’t be too difficult to track him down.

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  59. 114
    Gordon Brown ate my hamster says:

    Galaxy of stars on Newsnight. Michael Grade, Earl Spencer, Daisy Goodwin, Carl Bernstein and Will Self. :-D

    Like

    • 156
      Tom Baldwin's Liebour Ajax supplier says:

      Its the goodbye party for liebour thats why all the lying mongs are staying off TV tonight!

      Gordon and Baldwin have done enough damage, at that twat comedian!

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  60. 117
    Saffron says:

    Ferrets in a sack springs to mind.
    A plague on all their houses relative as to what the british public have to put up with.
    Truth benders,should have no place in high office,but they do as witnessed.
    Corruption is a way of life with these people and it needs to be stopped dead in it’s tracks.
    Protectionism is the name of their game as we have seen,nobody but nobody is interested in taking any kind of responsibility whatsoever.
    All in all what a decadent political society we live in today,you should all be ashamed of yourselves.

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    • 120
      The Umpire is always right! says:

      If there is no corruption then Guido and Neo Guido would be out of work, this blog would not exsist and the media will go back to 1950s news (coverage wise).

      Next you will be will saying we want honest politicons that will put the country before themselves!

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  61. 118
    Simon Cowell says:

    I will slap Morgan’s face. Both of them.

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  62. 122
    The Sheikh Of Arabeee says:

    Carl Bernstein and that fucking odious shit stain Earl Spencer on NN talking complete and utter fucking bollocks.

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  63. 123
    ENGLAND says:

    Compare and contrast the rock solid performance of the Murdochs under Select Committee interrogation today and Gordon Brown’s wibbling tirade last week in the House of Commons.

    WTF were we thinking of, having this man as the Country’s Prime Minister ????

    England despairs

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  64. 126
    GT II says:

    She can’t get a word in edgewise – feels very strongly like a prepared statement. He’s got enough to worry about – what he published in his memoirs may also come back to haunt him. I think he’s not sleeping very well of late :-)

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  65. 134
    Anonymous says:

    so there was morgan giving it all anti-war in the mirror for many a month and then along comes the fake fotos and all that previous hard anti-war work got rubbished by association. he fell on his sword then vanished off the scene for a while only to mystically return a couple of years later and look at the dizzying heights he has climbed. course he still does that support the troops routine, as he thinks he got away with it.

    as for that old fart murdoch (almost) getting a slap, think on about how fox news happily pushed the pro-war agenda and just how many old farts in iraq got far more than a cream pie in their faces. i hope both him and his son do a “bob”.

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    • 139
      The Umpire is always right! says:

      Hang on!

      Are you saying that peoples views you disagree with should not be treated the same under law that you have?

      Should they not have the same right to freedom of speech?

      Freedom of speech is easy to support when you agree with it.

      Oh i was anti Iraq from the start.

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  66. 135
    Ah! Monika says:

    Spent the afternoon as a Customer of our over-managed NHS. Asked for a disposable bowl lest I spew up over the Brand New A&E Building only to be told there weren’t any. Took my wife 30 seconds to find a few dozen or more. FFS who, how and when is somebody going to shake this so called S E R V I C E by the scurf of the neck. Three receptionists all highly skilled at avoiding eye contact.
    My wife helped a wheelchair bound lady to the loo. She had been deposited by ambulance at 1.30pm and was still waiting at 5.30pm to have her blood pressure taken. Reception had ‘ lost her admittance form.
    What a fuc k i i n mess.

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    • 145
      The Umpire is always right! says:

      Look on the bright side, You survived.

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    • 147
      Moley. says:

      Our politicians tell us that the NHS is “The envy of the world”.

      No wonder the public hold them in complete contempt.

      The only reason I buy lottery tickets is on the off chance that I might win enough to go abroad for decent medical treatment.

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    • 161
      Jonnie lost my Marbles says:

      Be thankful you did not need a drip!!

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    • 221
      will says:

      I get treated regularly at a private unit and get better service than the NHS. While some private units are as bad as the NHS, if the management is good it i better than the NHS.

      I have a private room, own toilet and washing facilities, Also get a decent sandwich and TV. It is clean.

      This is good as i have to spend 12 hours a week thier

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  67. 136
    Sir Reginald Titbrain [Decd.] says:

    There was no need for hacking when Morgan was an editor. All people needed to do was concoct a load of crap and he’d buy it, he’s that thick.

    “Well boys, what do you think? Shall we lead with soldiers pissing on prisoners or that story of the frog eating a Macdonalds on Saturn? I’m a bit uneasy about the frog story, doesn’t ring quite true to me, I can’t put my finger on it, but I’ve a nose for these sort of things, it’s sort of a gift. I’m particularly uneasy about the frog’s wearing it’s VC on the right; I suppose it could be a bit thick, or maybe it’s his dads. No, it’s got to be the vile soldiers.”

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  68. 138
    Saffron says:

    My wife who has no interest in politics whatsoever has just asked me to broadcast her opinion.
    She is a long standing supporter of the labour party who was paying party contributions up to a while ago.
    She wants to know when the labour party is going to go back to it’s roots as the party who represented the ordinary people of this country.
    The labour party lost it’s roots long ago,they are now opportunists who require power above anything else.

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    • 143
      The Umpire is always right! says:

      No, they are led by politicons that have thier own intrests at heart.

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    • 153
      OMG says:

      Kin L . Why would any man marry a woman who subs the Labour party?

      I hope for your sake that she is a good shag as the alternative is am anchor.

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    • 188
      GT II says:

      Your problem is thus: it’s not the Labour party you know – that’s what the “New” signifies.

      The current lot are simply a group of opportunitstic thieves who once got a marketing guru on board and ganged up with the press (yes, they are culpable, Murdoch liked that power) to bamboozle the country into handing over money to their mates. Hence the huge influx of consultants (they give that fine “it wasn’t me” scandal rinse), hence the war (fastest way to convert tax into private equity), hence the taxing of everything that moved (pension funds – now see who’s got anything left), hence the financial mismanagement (selling gold at the lowest price ever), hence the endless, endless spin (it worked the first time, and there was no other way to hang on to Mandelson) and hence the deep surveillance (gotta keep an eye out for those that wake up).

      New Labour isn’t Labour: only its marketing sounded that way. Best hint: the gang leader now needs to set up a private bank to manage all the loot.

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  69. 141
    Moley. says:

    Here is a reminder from the Washington Post that all is not so nice;

    http://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/citizen-murdoch–no-longer-untouchable/2011/07/18/gIQAdjDsNI_story_1.html

    Second page.

    “As Carr dryly reports, News America was led by Paul V. Carlucci, who, according to Forbes, used to show the sales staff the scene in “The Untouchables” in which Al Capone beats a man to death with a baseball bat”.

    An interesting management style that might put employees off from asking questions or speaking out?

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  70. 142
    The unfunny and cowardly Piers Morgan says:

    The thing that annoys me about the hacking soap opera, is everyone thinks it is Murdoch and his Empire who are the only villains in this drama. Guido is right to focus on Morgan as the whole of the Press has been dabbling in the dark arts and a few lines of white stuff at one time or another. Hypocrites, the lot of them.
    I look forward to the BBC being pushed from the pedestal that the lefties have put it on.

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  71. 150
    Piers Moron says:

    Well I am hardly going to admit it. That would be dumb.
    Leave me in peace to fulfill my potential in life which is entertaining the dumb Chavs, Rednecks and others with a low I.Q.

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  72. 157
    Oirish Rocks says:

    I despair at Dave. It is now impossible to take up an empty seat on a longhaul flight without paying at least £300 in “green” taxes to the UK government for the privilege,

    Dublin airport here I Come.

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    • 175
      Lurker says:

      Schiphol too…I believe the Dutch abolished passenger taxes

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      • 235
        South of the M4 says:

        True, but if you are in transit at Schipol allow at least 2 hours between inter-connecting flights or your baggage won’t make the same plane. Schipol, the lost luggage route.

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  73. 159
    Ha ha says:

    You’re a Hunt
    No your a shit.
    Miliband is a dickhead.
    No Cameron is a gobshite!
    Burn in hell fucker.
    No you burn in hell bellend.

    The above seems to typify the level of debate on this site. Guido, your followers seem to be a particular uninspiring bunch.

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    • 173
      albacore says:

      Nicely put, Chuckles.
      But here’s the rub: where’s the better hole to which you recommend that we should proceed for inspiration and enlightenment?
      Do tell. We’re all agog.

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      • 248
        Ha Ha says:

        Lawrie Penny’s blog of course. She has her finger on the pulse, and is happy to claim to be the voice of youth. For money, of course.

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  74. 163
    Gordon Brown says:

    The bogey first started to form early in the morning. By mid-morning, it had incubated and considerably increased in size and was becoming an issue of national security. At Prime Minister’s Questions, I decided to take decisive action and to rummage it out of the nose cavity. The British People supported my judgement and probity in this operation.

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  75. 166
    Jimmy says:

    Isn’t Moron on your side over this?

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  76. 168
    Post hoc says:

    The Murdochs came out of the enquiry looking a whole nine yards better than plod, who looked shifty and conniving and never gave a single straight answer.

    Ma Murdoch’s left hook is bonzer and will probably do more to turn the tide than anything else!! Way to go that woman! If only Gordon or Ed had been on the receiving end………. zzzzz

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    • 178
      Anonymous says:

      They have to look shifty if they came out and admitted from 2000 to 2010 they were doing the bidding of their Labour paymasters the whole force would be shut down.

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  77. 169
    Post hoc says:

    Penny has just dropped, Yates was actually trying to embroil Cameron and quite properly Llewellyn spotted it and nipped it in the bud. This wasn’t Yates trying to be helpful – this was Yates, the lackey of the labour running dogs.

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    • 171
      Tom Baldwin's Liebour Ajax supplier says:

      so very true, and the met cant even look after an old man in parliament without some dumb liebour tool trying to hit him!

      The libeour cancer have been got rid of from the yard, next the BBC!

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  78. 174
    50 Calibre says:

    I quite like the smell of toast, especially lightly burnt toast…

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  79. 176
    Wm T Sherman says:

    So a kangaroo court is in session. And a lard-ass government contractor was waved through security so he could hit an 80 year old man with a government pie.

    The phone hacking story is not huge. It is not medium-sized. It is small.

    The huge stories of the day are what this manufactured hysteria is supposed to misdirect everyone’s attention away from. EU and US financial crash. The abject final failure of the welfare state model.

    The usual leftist mouthpieces have attempted to play this up in the United States. They are after Fox News.

    As Mark Steyn pointed out today: Everyone at News of the World has been fired. Who is going to be fired for the security lapse that allowed the pie attack to occur? Nobody, that’s who.

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    • 193
      nell says:

      gordonbrown’s appointed serjeant at arms mspays and her failing security team, if there is any justice. Appointed in 2008 , there have been 3 serious security breaches on her watch.

      dave needs to give this appointment back to Her Maj where it belongs, and ask her to appoint an ex military with security experience, as was the usual for this post before gurninggordon decided to change things.

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    • 194
      Fiddling whilst Europe burns says:

      Once again politicians fail abysmally to deal with the important issues gripping this country..and gives us a masterclass of navel-gazing whilst their house buns down around them.

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  80. 177
    Wm T Sherman says:

    If you will indulge me, a completely off-topic question: Has anyone here heard of a current American scandal, Operation Fast and Furious? Briefly, BATFE (the federal gun regulation bureau), in conjunction with the federal Department of Justice (DOJ) pressured gun shops on the Mexican-U.S. border to sell high-powered weapons to to straw purchasers who then transferred the weapons to criminal gangs in Mexico and Honduras. The apparent purpose of the program was to justify stricter U.S. gun laws. A few thousand guns were moved in the program, and have been used to kill hundreds of people in Mexico and a U.S. Border Patrol agent in Arizona. The DOJ is stalling and appears to be engaged in a cover-up. This is a little like Watergate, except of course for the part where a bunch of people get killed. These are Executive Branch agencies by the way – the chain of command ultimately goes to the President.

    A Congressional committee is investigating and the acting head of BATFE is already contradicting DOJ and Adminstration officials. The press here is being quite complicit in hushing it up. Has anyone heard about it?

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  81. 179
    polly swallows says:

    And coming up it’s Today, where the usual suspects will spend the next 180 minutes trying to link David Cameron with Milllie Dowler, Rupert Murdoch and the grassy knoll. Good morning.

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  82. 181
    Anonymous says:

    Dave flies back into the UK with the announcement that he’s going to be on the next edition of ‘Total Wipeout’

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  83. 182
    Down with Brown! says:

    Car Crash TV. Do CNN not realise what sort of man Piers Morgan is?

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  84. 185
    Eamon U Ensis says:

    This is all very diverting watching our “brave” MPs hunting in a pack to bring down an old man that at his height they were only to eager to lick the boots of and cowered at his every word !! but meanwhile whilst our political class and the BBC are salivating at the thought of to-days debate on hacking(or according to the BBC…Cameron hiring Coulson !!) perhaps they’d like to raise their eyes from this inconsequential pap and look over the channel where the euro is on the brink of the precipice as Greek looks increasingly like defaulting on their debt;Italy is looking to go the same way and the contagion is starting to grip Spain. Meanwhile in the US deadlock on raising the debt levels is still there and the deadline of 2 August is fast approaching

    There is a tsunami hurtling towards this country from across the Atlantic and the Channel and what do our elected represenatives think is the best use of the remaining time ??…You’ve guessed it….sanctimonious ,self-serving attacks on Murdoch and the media. Politicians are all guilty of dereliction of duty to the country and to their elctors.They need to start earning their pay and dealing with the major issues that will impact on this country more than this issue and the REAL concerns of their electorate.(If they’d like a list I can easily submit one to them as they seem keen on people submitting papers to them !) The Murdoch witch hunt is so far down the concerns of the ordinary voter as to be unregistered….time for politicians of ALL parties to start concentrating on what they’ve been elected to Parliament to do…sort out the Deficit/Economy….

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    • 208
      Anonymous says:

      you are right of course

      so with that in mind the MPs are going on holiday for 4 months but will get on with the job as soon as they are back

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      • 220
        Eeu to me says:

        Personally I think I would rather see these twat politicians carry on with their witch hunt of Murdoch, none of them have any experience in using public taxes for the publics use, the only experience they have is using it on themselves , what’s going to happen is going to happen and we can do nothing about it, I would rather wait until the tsunami is just hitting and then tell them, with luck it could sweep a lot of the trash away, obambi,EUSSR etc plus politicians.

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  85. 190
    Pointy Huhne says:

    Is it safe to come out now?

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  86. 197
    Not Swampy says:

    Plenty of gay boy-tory boys coming out in support of the Murlocks, ” Why is the Guardian and the BBC not getting a kicking…boo hoo hoo…this will just hand the next election to nu liebour, etc”.

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    • 212
      Shrieking guardianista says:

      It’s not progrethive to make gay joketh.

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    • 228
      BANKRUPT BRITAIN says:

      No ! Dave has already handed the next election to Labour by employing filth !
      and then not having the balls to admit he’s been rumbled !

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      • 250
        Tom Baldwin's Liebour Ajax supplier! says:

        But Dave didnt employ chief hacker and killer of weapons inspectors Tom Bladwin, like Red Ed did….which will finish of Liebour along with everytime McBust gives a speech!

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  87. 199
    Moley. says:

    Simon Jenkins in the Guardian introduces some sanity to this affair.

    BBC please take note.

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2011/jul/19/murdoch-story-berlin-wall-hysteria

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      Voice of Treason says:

      Simon Jenkins would say that wouldn’t he! And just to note that his article was ‘amended’ in other words ‘corrected’ – typical of Jenkins to get it wrong first time round. Jenkins was in the pocket of Murdoch for many years so the article isn’t at all surprising.

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    • 206
      Eeu to me says:

      You mean playng the game they have ,they suddenly realise as well as hanging out Murdoch to dry, it could rebound and the crap could damage them as well, bit late for winding back the lure back in when the sharks are circling.

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  88. 201
    Mzzzzzz Harpy HaHaHaPerson says:

    I worry about the wimmin in all this. Are they getting what they should?

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  89. 204
    Lord Ashcroft says:

    DAVID CAMERON IS TOAST

    Cameron’s dumped on his own supporters abandoning all his promises over the EU, the NHS just to mention two key ones. He stays aloof from his own MPs and tries to bully them into submission especially with the threat of boundary changes. He threw all his eggs onto the media basket, and they are now cracked. Humpty Dumpty won’t be possible to put back together again. Remember

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    • 209
      David Cameron says:

      In conclusion let me say just this !!

      “Duplicate comment detected; it looks as though you’ve already said that! “

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    • 211
      BANKRUPT BRITAIN says:

      I agree 100% TOAST !

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    • 218
      Moley. says:

      The only way that Cameron can make progress is by addressing the terrible problems at the BBC.

      What we have seen in the last few days is the willingness of the BBC to throw away all restraint and whip up a frenzy of left wing bile that sucks idiots like May-Bowles straight in.

      The BBC’s failure to monitor and address its institutional political bias has led to a situation where it took only a small stimulus to push the broadcaster to foment left wing hysteria in order to take on what is actually just a commercial rival.

      The NHS is a national disgrace, it is a putrid organisation which costs a fortune and specialises in killing and humiliating its customers. It needs reforming and the block to that reform is vested left wing political interests in the BBC.

      The financial scene is truly dreadful and it appears more than likely that further radical reductions in Government expenditure may be unavoidable. Having a national broadcaster which whips up left wing hysteria at the drop of a hat will lead to a national disaster.

      The BBC cannot police itself because its bias is institutional. A way has to be found to ensure that the BBC acts as a balanced and restraining influence which functions for the national interest and not against it.

      If the BBC can’t or won’t take the necessary action it must be broken up.

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      • 238
        Dave says:

        Yeah, but they are thinking of the poor liccle children in africa- humanitarian disaster init.

        The only two stories on the bbc.

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      • 253
        CHRIST ON A BIKE! says:

        Your are correct about the BBC of course. But “Whipping up left-wing hysteria” is all they are doing. They’re indulging in big lefty circle-jerk whilst everyone else couldn’t give a crap or would like to see the news agenda move on to more important things (and there are plenty of those). But rest assured, when the previous government’s wrong-doings and Tom Baldwin’s past, come back to haunt Labour, The BBC won’t be saying a damn thing about it!

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  90. 210
    BANKRUPT BRITAIN says:

    It’s a great day to bury bad news !
    It was George Osbourne wot done it !
    Euro in meltdown !
    bankers get another £14 billion in bonuses
    and Paedo’s can walk free because this governments sentencing guidelines say he can’t be jailed !
    Well done Dave , Just because you like to surround yourself with criminals
    Doesn’t mean we have to !

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2016658/Judges-fury-free-pervert-73-launched-sex-attack-teenager.html

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  91. 215
    Up sh1t creek says:

    Look, who knew of Nick Leeson and his trades that bought down Bearings Bank? Nobody because they were well hidden.

    Who knew of the true level of deficit Gordon Brown racked up? Nobody, because Labour were covering it up until they were booted out at the 2010 general election.

    It is easy for people to cover up what they are doing so others don’t find out.

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    • 227
      will says:

      Yesterday was a farce, the murdochs appoint managers to run the company. As rupert said the newspapers are 1% of the company. The mangement time devoted to this i bet is not much.

      This is again like the foxhunting debate a lot of time spent on an issue which most people do not give a toss about, who cares if sienna miller phone was hacked. Its the last time anyone from the media had any interest in her.

      If politicians phones were hacked why did they leave them on the default setting, shows how thick they are. Are they capable of being MPs

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  92. 216
    Brill Yo! says:

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  93. 217
    Voice of Treason says:

    LOL!!!! Just heard Trevor Kavangh, editor of one of the biggest shit sheet papers on the market, talking on Radio 4. He said the BBC have ignored many important events over the last week through concentrating on the hacking scandal. This from a man who concentrates on stupid celebrities and utter nonsense when there are major world events.

    If World War 3 was to start this week Kavangh’s Sun shit-sheet would have pictures of Cheryl fucking Cole on the front page. What a fucking rag.

    However, in some ways I do agree about the BBC, although they are only following all other media at present.

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  94. 224
    master of the puppets says:

    Two words. Louise Mensch.

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  95. 225
    BANKRUPT BRITAIN says:

    Interesting point from yesterdays “Polite” Questioning of Sir Paul Stevenson
    Scotland Yard has FORTY FIVE press officers
    so why did they need Wallace on £1000 per day ?

    Another thing !
    Have you noticed over the last few years ,You no longer see the police driving around in Ford Escorts or Vauxhall Astra’s
    Now a days it’s BMW’s Sabaru’s, Mitsibishi’s and any other high preformance cars
    on the market
    This must be to tie in with their expensive lifestyles
    No wonder policing is costing us so much !

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  96. 226
    Guido Fawkes says:

    Open letter to David Cameron

    ” You are a bit thick. They were there because they control News Corp & News Int. Not because they are symbols. Simpleton.”

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  97. 229
    Pundit says:

    One image from yesterday sums up what Britain became under Labour : a thick plod gently wiping the face of a scumbag who had just violently attacked a frail defenceless 80 year old.

    Contrast with the magnificent Wendi who leapt on the fucker like a tiger, slapped his kisser and then rubbed foam into his face. The most poetic of poetic justice.

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      Dave says:

      I loved the copper mincing across the stage, he only needed his truncheon out for the real keystone cop look.

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    Inspector Gadget says:

    ………. after all our investigations sir, there is no doubt that telephones have been used. who used them and when and why we don’t know yet. my suggestion is to arrest the whole country. one of them must know something. we have to get to the bottom of this ……

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    Snotrocket says:

    Sarah Montague on Today, to Trevor Kavanagh of the Sun: ‘So, you cannot categorically say that the Sun did not use phone hacking to get stories?’

    TK: ‘And you know all the journalists and researchers in the BBC and working for Today are squeaky clean as well, do you?’

    Then I woke up and realised that although I was right to believe that Today had slimed its way down to do a most contrived hatchet job of a ‘denial story’, the second part was just wishful thinking.

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      EdButLookBalls says:

      Kavanagh’s quiet analysis of the BBC being obsessed with the ‘NI Hackgate’ was spoilt by the appearance of two Beeboid Weirdos in the shape and voices of Pesto and Toenails! What a comparison ! Peston is unfit for radio work, how did he get a job in this medium with that delivery. Toenails’s is so smug with his biased analysis where he tries to convey not the story but that he is such a clever cnut! WTF!

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    Jess The Dog says:

    Operation Motorman. Appendix 1 to the paper released today. Daily Mirror is third on the list. Daily Mail is top of the list. Morgan’s dabs will be all over this if anyone bothers to look. He wasn’t just at the Mirror and led the feeding frenzy on celebrities.

    News of the Screws is further down the list… probably because they had another route to the data, through the Metropolitan Police as we all know so well.

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/media/2009/aug/31/press-privacy-information-commmissioner

    What is striking about Motorman is the hint of intimidation and wider criminal connections … blagging Ian Hislop’s details (longstanding editor of Private Eye) and also the details of investigative journalists.

    Two further causes for concern.

    Firstly, the Met. They’re now being exposed for the Sweeney-type nod-and-wink media relations that somehow outlived the 1970s. I’m guessing they gained some intelligence benefits as well. This is presumably why no-one wanted to probe too deeply into the Screws phone-hacking and why no-one wanted to know about it beyond the narrow focus on the Royal Household. This is the biggest scandal to hit them in decades, probably since the 1970s. Clarke, Stephenson and Yates were working within the system they knew. Hayman is an entirely different character, even by the Met’s cosily-corrupt standards.

    Secondly, the government. Other than Cameron’s recklessness in taking on Andy Coulson (a mistake now being copied enthusiastically by Ed Miliband), most of this is on the last government’s watch. What was the Home Office doing? What did Downing Street know about this (and about other investigations by Yates of the Yard)? Those in the Westminster bubble knew fine well what was going on, up to the very top, and turned an equally blind eye as long as they thought they could use media relationships to their advantage…thinking they would one day crack the whip instead of jumping through hoops.

    It is vital that this doesn’t sink Cameron, otherwise the endemic police-politician-media corruption will simply be put down to Coulson and anyone else at NI who takes the hit. I can’t see how this will sink Cameron, as Blair escaped far worse and Brown struggled through similar scandals.

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      Tyrone Oobie says:

      In the pub last night, some suit (well pissed) was talking loudly about the Murdoch trial. He reckons its all a big farce and that everyone new that the press were hacking phones and trawling peoples weely bins for years. He reckons that the reason that reporters were not prosecuted for hacking phones was that some of them were working for Downing Street.
      Then he starts banging on about Jackie Smith putting pressure on the Bill and the Crown Prosecution Service to let off some of the journos because Brown, Balls, McBride, Watson and Alistair Campbell were using them to gather info. He reckons that Fat Jackie got away with thieving because she kept schtoom that Browns lot were blackmailing all sorts of people. That’s why Murdoch switched sides, the guy reckons that they got fed up with the hypocracy of the government. Then some bloke with a Scottish accent said that was bollocks, it was because Murdoch follows the money and he knew that Brown would lose the election. The Scottish bloke then started on about the millionaire toffs buying votes and blaming Labour for their greedy gambling with the bankers.
      It started getting nasty then so I finished my pint and eased away. What a load of bollocks! They are all in it together and its us that have to pay for them.

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      Tom Baldwin's Liebour Ajax supplier! says:

      Morgan is Toast…you should see the dumb mugs trying to save his bacon at CNN….oh what fun l have had with them!

      I have been battering the democratic mongs on the CNN website Morgan story who were saying how Louise should be sued by Morgan for lies!

      Go have a look….l did tell them they were as thick and retarded as the mongs over at FOX and that Morgan is a known liar in the UK and that CNN should sack him!

      I think they may have called me a right wind facist…just because l used some Guido facts on the mongs!

      Though some on the CNN wanted louise in Playboy….which l thought was a great idea, with a free copy of PlayGirl to go to Piers when he is in jail!

      http://edition.cnn.com/2011/WORLD/europe/07/19/uk.phone.hacking.morgan/index.html?&hpt=hp_c2

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    Jess The Dog says:

    Alas, Louise Mensch appears to have tripped up a little on quoting from Morgan’s diaries. However, in her defence, she appears to have been reading between the lines. When I read the entry, it seemed to be written with a rather large nod, wink and a scratch of the chin. ‘Hmm…apparently this phone hacking thing has been going on… wonder how you do that, then…. wonder who’s been hacked…. hmmm…’

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    scott says:

    Morgan Quote “For the record, in my time at the Mirror and the News of the World, I have never hacked a phone, told anybody to hack a phone or published any story based on the hacking of a phone.”

    A caveat of “That I am aware of” would have been sensible because if it becomes clear that, say, the Ulrika story was obtained by somebody at the Daily Mirror listening to her voicemail then it will be very difficult for Mr Morgan to claim the “Rebekah” defence of “I didn’t know it was happening”

    Even Simon Cowell wont be able to help this time.

    He’s going down……………………… (in my opinion)

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