July 20th, 2011

Gobby Saved by Twitter, Serjeant at Arms Humiliated

Good news for the BBC’s Paul Lambert following the ridiculous decision by the Serjeant at Arms to ban him after he filmed her embarrassing failure to prevent the breach of security during the testimony of the Murdochs. Gobby’s pass has been restored after Louise Mensch raised a point of order regarding the banning of the BBC’s Gobby and a Twitter campaign to #SaveGobby took off. Why on earth was he banned in the first place? This is a public building, paid for at great expense by the public. You would have thought after the battle for opening up MPs’ expenses they would have learnt. Parliamentarians are our servants, they work for us and the Serjent at Arms would do well to remember who is the boss…


192 Comments

  1. 1
    Infuriated of West Mids says:

    Louise Mensch just keeps going up and up in my estimations! She’s like the anti-Tom Watson!

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    • 5
      Lord North Street Casuals says:

      She’s Britain’s Sarah Palin!

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      • 28
        Ivor Biggun says:

        I wish they’d bring back a Serjeant-at-Arms that we could respect, instead of the silly out of her depth person with the overly dyed-hair and the silly high heels who rolled over to the plods without question when they breathed on her door (see Damian Green).

        Come to think of it, I wish they’d bring back a Speaker that we could respect too.

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      • 51

        The Serjeant at Arms (please note correct spelling – not as above) is a female placeman devoid of any experience and ability in this field.

        Major General Peter Grant Peterkin was the last good one but was sacked by Michael Martin, an even more odious spеaker than the current runt.

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        • 67
          typo alert says:

          .

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          • David Laws Lib Dem fiddler says:

            Guido, you are correct in sentiment, but the MPs still think they are more important than the public fodder who put them in office. Look at Vaz and what he has to say at the moment about the police; who in the hell is he to make judgements about anyone’s morals, honour or justice etc. This creepy rotten little twat fiddled his expenses to buy a huge second home at our expense when there was not need for him to have one- it made him a millionaire FFS. How about the passport scam a few years ago?? Why on earth is he an MP let alone sitting on the Home Affairs select committee. An undeserving floating turd in the toilet of Westminster.

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          • Vile Labour Slag Lyn Brown abuses the blind says:

            The salivating Miliband Moron demanded the break-up of News International because of the concentration of media power. I am waiting for the salivating moron to demand the break-up of the BBC because of the mass concentration of Socialist media power. Of course, hell will freeze over first!

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        • 152
          Piers "Morgan" Moron says:

          The current runt has grown on me over time. He does come out with occasional funny quips, such as this evening,

          “Point of order Mr Speaker [Gerald "yawn" Kaufmann]: is it in order for a minister to say something at the dispatch box, and then two minutes later to return to the dispatch box and deny that he has said it?”.

          Bercow responds: “It’s entirely in order, and has been happening for hundreds of years”.

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        • 162
          Anonymous says:

          Time for the Liebour place-person to be sacked.

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        • 192
          SnappyUK says:

          Further to “Vile Labour Slag…” above, Milibland’s ideas on media plurality will lead to more competition, which is normally a good thing, but without the economies of scale and corss-subsidy options that a large meeja organisation has, the grasp for profit will increase, tending to further erode the hacks’ integrity in the rush to get an exclusive and sell more papers.

          As for the BBC, they may have more than their fair share of lefties on the payroll, but I regard them as several orders of magnitude more trustworthy than the likes of Murdoch, Desmond, Morgan and Dacre.

          And a note to the OP, I think you missed a C out of your description of Speaker Bercow.

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      • 52
        Anonymous says:

        Cameron wasn’t even able win a majority against Brown with a worst rescission in living memory.

        With all this shit hitting the fan they seems to be going for suicid* with Cameron as the leader.

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        • 82
          David Laws Lib Dem fiddler says:

          As a Tory, I’m afraid you are correct. Cameron is a pompous arrogant arse with no regard for the public or Tory supporters. McClegg and Gordon Cable must be loving every moment of their coaching/influence on CaMoron. Election please with a proper Tory at the helm.

          Out of EU, trade with the EU as a friend, no more stupid increases in contributions, take back our sovereignty, stop immigration now, no more overseas aid- stop BBC propaganda to make it more palatable, cut welfare lifers, give us all proper pensions (private and public sector), clean up politics and cut second home scam for MPs to bolster their pensions.

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          • Anonymous says:

            Blair and Blown was able to fuck this country because the opposition (conservatives) were week.

            Labour is going to win the next election with a big margin, without proper opposition history could repeat itself.

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          • Anonymous says:

            You are not a Tory supporter, you troll.

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          • Call me Infidel says:

            A week may be a long time in politics, but your argument is pretty weak. Try asking for a dictionary for Christmas.

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        • 116
          misterned says:

          Brown’s labour won a million fewer votes in 2010 than John Major in 1997. Hardly the sign of a minor defeat. A million Fewer votes than Major is a MASSIVE THRASHING!!!

          IN fact, had Brown won the same number of votes as Major in 1997, then Brown would have remained Prime Minister. For Cameron to get any majority, he would have had to get almost as many votes as Blair had had in 1997 or 2001. As it was this country voted more strongly for a conservative majority in 2010, than they did for a labour one in 2005!

          The difference in the number of seats is not down to the country not voting for Cameron, but the fact that we have a massively corrupt and biased seating boundary system which is very heavily biased in labour’s favour.

          And it has also emerged tonight that Tom Watson MP misled Parliament by claiming that The Prime Minister had not replied to his letter informing him of allegations against Mr Coulson.

          The fact is that there were no serious or reasonable new allegations and no new evidence in that letter and In fact, the Prime Minister did reply to Tom Watson’s letter, meaning that he’s guilty of misleading Parliament. Here is the reply, just released by Downing Street:


          1O DOWNING STREET
          LONDON SW1A 2AA
          20 October 2010
          Mr Tom Watson MP

          Thank you for your letter of 4 October.

          The Standards and Privileges Committee and the Home Affairs Committee have both announced inquiries. The Home Secretary has made an oral statement to the House.

          In addition the police have said previously that they will investigate whether there is new evidence to consider. Mr Coulson has made himself available should they wish to speak to him.

          THE PRIME MINISTER

          Mr Watson has some serious explaining to do.

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      • 57
        I don't need no doctor says:

        No Louise has a brain.

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    • 7
      Anonymous says:

      Except that she doesn’t have the balls to repeat her accusation against Piers Morgan outside of parliamentary privilege. If she thinks it’s true, she should stand by it; if she’s made a mistake, she should apologise and move on.

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      • 10
        Lord North Street Casuals says:

        She got her information from this great site. It must be true, surely!!

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      • 30
        Tom Badwind says:

        ============ THE LIEBOUR MANTRA ==========

        We have learned the lessons, we have drawn a line under this and we are moving on.

        ( see Iraq War, Afghan invasion, Lolly for Lordships and Brown as PM )

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      • 95
        Piers Morgan is Gordon's best friend. Nuff said. says:

        Piss off you Lefty Twat. Piers Morgan put all our soldiers’ lives at risk. End OF

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        • 129
          misterned says:

          yeah, but surely putting servicemen’s lives at risk, and lying to start that war are surely small and forgiveable minor indiscretions compared the seriousness of there being an unproven and tenuous link via a former employee’s former non-government career, in which they MIGHT have some knowledge of yet other people’s wrongdoing?

          That must be the case because that is the BBC’s narrative.

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    • 32
      Up sh1t creek says:

      Don’t save Tessa Jowell, or any of Labour. They REALLY are bad at digging themselves out of their own holes. Well done Andrew Neil for not letting it go.

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      • 46
        Hughes. says:

        Bless Brillo. Seemingly the only person at the beeb who doesn’t bend over to have Labour lies inserted as a suppository.

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      • 118
        Old Tory Bigot says:

        Useless old scarecrow.

        She looks like the deputy headmistress of some small, provincial primary school who can’t quite manage the job.

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        • 169
          Tell it like it really is says:

          I hope you all know that she went to the News International party with her supposedly estranged (We are separated, I don’t see him) criminal (Italy, Berlusconi) husband.

          Yes, you remember, when the shit hit the fan she first said she didn’t read what she signed and then said they were divorcing – to save her wrinkly old ‘arse.

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          • Oh God, I'd tried to forget she exists. says:

            Is that her husband the Mafia consigliere, whose boss was found to have been selling contaminated blood to hospitals in Italy while Tessa was the Health Secretary?

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      • 119
        Gonk says:

        The stupendous hypocrisy of Labour over
        this is fantastic and so great is her discomfort
        you almost feel sorry for the lying wretch.
        Almost but not quite.

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    • 39
      Jimmy says:

      I’d suck her cock!

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    • 104
      Cheeseman says:

      Nothing like Palin. She is intelligent and good looking.

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      • 141
        My Lord PrizeClot of Hullbebuggered says:

        I’m a Lord I am, that’s something to look up to so she’d get her tits out for me wouldn’t she? Be a change from that HaPerson bint who’s always hanging around looking for a bit of action.

        Phwoooarrrhhh!

        Anyone got a sandwich? …. pie …. ? …. chips …. ?

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    • 165
      John Bellingham says:

      The LOvely Louise is my current heroine. Time to start a campaign to get her into the cabinet prior to her elevation to PM in, say, 2016.

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  2. 2
    Plod says:

    We don’t ‘av no misb’avin here!

    Fuck off willya!

    Oh – you’re BBC – that’s OK then. Fancy a cuppa?

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  3. 3
    Geoffrey G Brooking says:

    Power to your elbow Louise. X

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  4. 4
    Useless token female says:

    I am surprised the Serjent at Arms was available to deal with this as I thought Wednesday was her Bingo night !

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  5. 6
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    bit Late Neo was on comment page about 45-1 hour ago?

    Late lunch or on the booze :-)

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    • 33
      Not a friend of Cameron says:

      Billy with all your knowledge can you research the background of Andy Coulson, what I need to know is where he went to school.Surely not Eton ?

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      • 43
        Tachybaptus says:

        Research? Don’t be silly. Use Wikipedia like anyone else.

        ‘Coulson grew up in Wickford, Essex. He attended Beauchamps High School, a secondary school and sixth form college, from 1979 to 1986. Coulson’s parents moved from their Basildon council house to nearby Wickford during his childhood.’

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  6. 8

    See what twitter can do in 2 hours?

    Who needs MPs? My voice, not theirs.

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  7. 9
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Jill Pay must resign and so should that disgrace of Spe@ker and his trash bag of a wife.

    But Alas, The show will go on…….

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  8. 11
    Of Course A Beeboid Overlord Was Going To Be Saved says:

    Except Gobby isn’t a member of the public, he’s a Beeboid hack who broke quite sensible rules. Admittedly his TV pictures showed a violent Labour Party member being read their rights, so it ain’t all bad.

    It was however sickening to see various former Labour ministers who restricted the right of protest while in power shitting on in the #savegobby hashtag like they have any fucking moral authority whatsoever. They are absolutely disgusting hypocrites.

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  9. 12
    Jimmy says:

    You Tories are filth, Ed M has all the policies, he’s not weird, he’ll sort this country out. Gordon is a truthful and upright man, a beacon of hope. Ed Balls is not a bully and thug. Harriet Harman is not a dim liar. Etc

    A wank I think.

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  10. 13
    East India Company Wallah says:

    Indeed it is a public building funded by the taxpayer and no Gobby should not have been banned unless he was party to,or promoting the juvenile prank which occurred,why did serjeant at arms have to rush to summary justice?what was the hurry?

    Truly the elephant in the room has got to be the BBC which cannot accept that the government the people have chosen is not labour,this would suggest that the broadcaster has no respect for the government the rest of us voted for.

    Does the BBC think it is entitled to lobby for regime change?

    Does the BBC think it is more powerful than the elected government,is that not anti-democratic?

    Time to trim these fifth columnists down to size Dave

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    • 29
      cheche says:

      I hear him mention the BBC twise – Once he said he was a supporter of the BBC and the license fee – but it sounded like he was gunna follow it with now …….

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    • 31
      Darrener says:

      The worst offenders are the current crop of ex-Liebour Ministers like Prescott, CooperBollox, bring back the stocks for these Hunts!

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      • 47
        Abolish the "House of F..h Witts says:

        I for one plus thousand of others cannot take the H of Lords seriously when it contains Prescott, the Kinnochs,Sugar, and Warsi, plus an Asian who cannot speak English

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      • 137
        Gonk says:

        I haven’t heard Prescott bellowing for
        at least 2 hours. He must have paused
        for breath, downed his usual pint of donkey
        sperm before going back to the BBC studios
        for another late gig.

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  11. 14

    twitter you say, whats that? is it an interweb thing?…last time someone told me about something like that I lost a billion dollars, ah well.

    Wendi get me a barcardi and coke, and give the old back a rub dear.

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  12. 16
    The Master says:

    Serjeant, no arms more like. Another person with a decent monthly wedge & lets not get into the pension

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  13. 18
    Hughes. says:

    This is the same Serjeant at Arms that allowed Knacker of the Yard to raid Damian Green’s offices, I assume?

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    • 37
      Peter Grimes says:

      Exactly – she remembers that the boss is now Jabba the Bercow, and previously was the Scottish slimeball, both ZaNuLieBore arseholes!

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  14. 19
    Gordon Brown says:

    Am I still the boss?

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    • 49
      Metropolitan Multicultural Middle Class Leftwing Prick says:

      No, you’re a impeller blade from the chargecooler of a 1990 Lotus Esprit Turbo.

      Apparently?

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    • 101
      Mrs Duffy says:

      Am I still a bigoted woman?

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      • 138
        A Pint of Milk says:

        Yes, and what’s more you did more for the Labour party than you can ever know.

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    • 143
      James Murdoch says:

      I’m sorry, but my father is still the boss. Reading your comment made him feel very humble. If you’ll excuse me, I need to hack some more phones before you break them.

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  15. 20
    The Ben Turpin Tribute Act says:

    Parliamentarians are not our servants. They are our slaves, to whip and beat and abuse as we see fit.

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  16. 23
    what a plonker says:

    The speaker is a left wing pompous twat who is so biased he should be working for the BBC.

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  17. 24
    Sir William Waad says:

    The only thing more frightening to a soldier than a ‘serjeant’ with a grudge is an officer with a map.

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  18. 25
    Gordon Brown says:

    Today I am an impeller blade from the chargecooler of a 1990 Lotus Esprit Turbo.

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  19. 36
    It doesn't add up... says:

    Bercow should Pay for this. The Sarjeant at Arms hasn’t got a leg to stand on.

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    • 56
      HenryV says:

      Bloody Tory cuts!!! I bet French and German parliamentary officials have got lots of legs to stand on. Probably built in their own countries.

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  20. 40
    Darrener says:

    Who is the Andy Coulson? Should I know him ? I’m confused as I thought Gordon Brown was a good friend of Mr. Murdoch. Do you think that I should be afraid? I’m going home now! Why are the MPs going on holiday, I only get 25 days a year, what am I doing wrong, someone please tell me as i work hard. My friend is self-employed and gets a few days off and that’s it ! What has he done wrong he works for his family. Life’s unfair when you look at the MPs and others like them who rely on my friend working all these days. I am sad!

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  21. 41
    Gordon ( SoldGoldAtThe ) BottomBrown says:

    Can you guess where I sold your bullion from glancing at this ???? http://bit.ly/oxDkuz

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    • 58
      Gordon ( SoldGoldAtThe ) BottomBrown says:

      Remembering also, that I bought EUROS with the proceeds………………….!!!!

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      • 75
        Black Rod says:

        He would have done better buying a bar of Toblerone for every UK citizen at this rate.

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        • 87
          East India Company wallah says:

          Only a marxist moron would swap an asset (gold) for paper (NWO fiat currency)
          Gordon didnt the manse dweller tell you jack and the beanstalk was a fairy tale not an economic policy FFS!

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  22. 45
    Concerned person says:

    Revisionist.

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  23. 54
    Gordon Brown says:

    I’ve been cutting out shapes and sticking all day. Tommorow, I’m going to feed the ducks in the park.

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  24. 55
    DAVE nothing inappropriate here ,move along CAMERON says:

    Don’t know about the serjeant with arms but i laughed my cock off at the fat wobbly copper that wobbled across like Mr Bean about five minutes after the women had sorted the twat out !

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    • 78
      Infuriated of West Mids says:

      I’d be lying if I said I didn’t laugh too. But then I cried. Pathetic. It was like something out of Dad’s Army.

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      • 121
        Don't tell them your name Pikey says:

        Don’t panic

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      • 172
        1569 Rising says:

        Stupid Boy, We’re all Doomed, Doomed I say. A dark and lonely place, ye understand.

        They don’t like it up ‘em, at least Warden Hodges didn’t.

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    • 134
      Sarjeant Wilson says:

      Can you all, er, just sort of fall in now chaps, jolly good.

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  25. 60
    Steve P says:

    I am surprised Murdocks did not comment that the MPs presumably intended to have proper security for his safety, so perhaps realised that you can be let down by your staff.

    Will the MPs be resigning for their failure?

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    • 63
      eeu to me says:

      Nice one :-)

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    • 153
      Airey Belvoir says:

      Yes – it also occurred to me that Murdoch could have played a blinder, after they apologised for the attack, by saying; “As we know,bad things can sometimes happen in the best-regulated organisations, and I’m sure that you had no prior knowledge of this planned assault.”

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  26. 62
    Moaten says:

    Paydirt!

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  27. 66
    Dave's balls says:

    Gotcha!

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  28. 72
    Black Rod says:

    The Sarjeant at Arms needs a good servicing from yours truly.

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  29. 80
    Anonymous says:

    loved it when Cameron said to that slime balls gotcha,
    how evil was the look on Balls face a true picture of socialism being caught out,

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    • 90
      Ed Balls, Shallow Chancer says:

      Mr. Speaker, can we ensure that this does NOT appear on the internet ??

      The public, up and down the Country, are NOT interested.

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    • 97
      Ed Balls, Shallow Chancer says:

      Hear,hear !!

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    • 99
      Anonymous says:

      Has he got him yet though, or is that a dish to be served cold?

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      • 142
        White clouds over Colombia says:

        Just been watching a replay – did Cameron mispeak or did he mean to say that Ed Milliband was the only political leader with a former News International employee with a “cloud in his head” (see Guido pictorials)?

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  30. 83
    Bobby Nobby Hobby Yobby Robby Lobby Gobby Jobby Gobby Sobby Lobby Gobby Dobby Bobby Bobby Sobby... says:

    …Gobby happy

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  31. 84
    angelnstar says:

    http://cyberboris.wordpress.com/2011/07/20/boris-briefed-david-cameron-for-his-house-of-commons-ordeal/#comment-6127

    The Mayor briefed the PM for his House of Commons ordeal today. DC well on top of the situation.

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  32. 86
    Louise says:

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  33. 88
    Black Rod says:

    Why did they put a fucking pekinese in charge of security of the HoC?

    http://news.sky.com/sky-news/content/StaticFile/jpg/2009/Dec/Week1/15495428.jpg

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  34. 89
    Tom Fatson says:

    He’s a fuckin’ miserable pipsqueak of a man!

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  35. 91
    Metropolitan Multicultural Middle Class Leftwing Prick says:

    VOTE LABOUR!

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  36. 96
    Blobby Bobby Knobby Yobby Robby Lobby Gobby Jobby Gobby Sobby Lobby Gobby Dobby Bobby Bobby Sobby .. says:

    ….Gobby happy

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  37. 98
    Twat watch of the highest order says:

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  38. 100
    Blobby Bobby Nobby Yobby .. says:

    …Robby Lobby Gobby Jobby Gobby Sobby Lobby Gobby Dobby Bobby Bobby Sobby ..

    …Gobby happy

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  39. 103
    Sherlock Jones says:

    Dear Tom Watson

    IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING THE NEWS CORPORATION APPEARANCE

    On the 19th July 2011 News Corporation representatives Rupert and James Murdoch appeared before a select committee to discuss allegations of phone hacking and alleged misconduct prior to the closure of the News of the World.

    During the meeting, a member of the public gallery attacked Mr Murdoch (senior) and his wife Wendy leapt to his defence.

    On this occassion, we beleive you misled the committee. You stated that Wendy had “a good left hook”, but in actual fact she twatted the prick in question with her RIGHT HAND.

    Given that you have misled parliament and do not know left from right (or the reasonably expected cost of yearly substenance) we believe you should stand down from your position of MP and Chief Numa-Numa-guy looka-like.

    Sincerely,

    Sherlock

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  40. 115
    Post hoc says:

    The Serjeant is not a credible holder of the mace. She treats it like a candy bar rather than the weapon and symbol of empire that it actually is. Time for a real soldier please.

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    • 135
      nell says:

      Yes indeed! And one appointed by Her Maj which is how the Serjeant at Arms post was filled before this sad excuse for labour was appointed by martin and gordon!!

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  41. 124
    EURO-Zone says:

    We’re fucked!

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    • 131
      BBC News (3 Weeks and counting) says:

      Shut the fuck up!

      BSkyB, Phone hacking, News International, Cuts, Baby Eating Tories, Murdoch, Rebekah Brooks, New of the World, BSkyB, Phone hacking, News International, Cuts, Baby Eating Tories, Murdoch, Rebekah Brooks, New of the World, BSkyB, Phone hacking, News International, Cuts, Baby Eating Tories, Murdoch, Rebekah Brooks, New of the World……………………

      Now here’s the weather with top totty Ms Tobin in a newer and even shorter skirt!

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      • 149
        Michael Fishcake says:

        That, too, will be a lie delivered with an air of sing-song innocence.

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        • 157
          Michael Fish says:

          I never said that, well I did, but it was somebody else that passed me the weather charts, it was all the fault of that bigoted woman that phoned in.

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      • 151
        Yes you BBC says:

        O’ the Lord the gifty gee us, to see ourselves as others see us.

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  42. 126
    Hava Nagila says:

    Why on earth was he banned in the first place?

    You know why he was banned.

    I know why he was banned.

    Everyone knows why he was banned.

    He just be glad he was merely banned for his inconvenient journalism instead of being suicided, like Kelly and Hoare.

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    • 189
      Curious says:

      Self-evidently, someone doesn’t know the answer to that question, otherwise they would not be asking it. Please do tell all, fearless omniscient one.

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  43. 140
    nell says:

    By the by can someone please explain what Mensch said that has so upset the labour left and their syncophant piersmorgan?

    I missed it completely but they’re making such a fuss about it I suspect it must be damaging to labour.

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    • 144
      Sonny Ericsson says:

      She’s saying he invented the 0000 PIN code, nell.

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    • 164
      Gonk says:

      It is alleged by her that he invented phones
      and was the first person to use them in a
      bad way. She also called him a ****
      As he is an extremely wealthy man and
      sues at the drop of a hat she doesn’t want
      to repeat it and I don’t believe it anyway.
      I don’t talk like that, do you?

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  44. 145
    EdButLookBalls says:

    Al-Beeba still leading with Cameron accusations on 10oclock News , yes we are impartial, no there’s no-one interested, yes we need to support retardED. Feck off cnuts!!

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    • 155
      South of the M4 says:

      My wife has long since complained about my ‘ paranoia ‘ about the BBC. Tonight, after this last week, she now understands. We have reached new lows today. Unbelievable bias that makes you ashamed to live in a country that allows it. The biggest threat to our democracy is the BBC. So sad.

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      • 163
        Simon Cowell says:

        As long as she can see through the bias, her soul is safe. It’s not as if they try an disguise their bentness, is it? I know bent when I see it.

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    • 160
      I don't need no doctor says:

      Not a single mention of labour being in power, for years, when the phone hacking occurred.
      How does the BBC get away with it?

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    • 190
      The Central Presidium of the Slumber Party says:

      Presumably there is no economic news from Europe worth reporting because Gordon Brown abolished boom and bust and everything else started in America.

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  45. 146
    Drop a Daisy cutter on the BBC says:

    It’s 20,000 beeboids that need sacking.

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    • 173
      East India Company wallah says:

      Sacking is too good for them,they are all redundo pirates,just put them in the market where all business belongs,monopolies are the consumers enemy not a business
      one you can choose the other chooses you

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  46. 150
    Jimmy says:

    Just saw Mensch’s trainwreck interview on CNN. Where do you find these people?

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  47. 159
    I don't need no doctor says:

    It’s both contemptible and beyond belief the hypocrisy shown by labour. For years under their governance phone hacking was rife and they did nothing about it. Why then does the BBC focus purely on Cameron and Coulson if not to support both their own and labours agenda, namely to get rid of Cameron and the coalition.
    Ed Miliband is an opportunist hypocrite of the lowest kind. He has only jumped on the Dowler bandwagon to save his own skin. Dispicable shyster that he is.
    We can only hope that all of this comes back to bite labour hard.
    If the Chilcot enquiry is honest labour will get slaughtered. Oh what spin will we get from labour and their ally the BBC then.

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    • 177
      Do Gooder says:

      quite

      and Watson is a throw back to prehistoric days when stupid fat people with glasses were in government. he hard as jelly and twice as wobbly

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  48. 191
    Disco Biscuit says:

    Sadly these decisions are outside the control of mere MPs; it’s all within the domain of “the parliamentary authorities”… nobody really knows who they are.
    Judith Scott-Thompson was one, and though she’s no longer of this world, her voice still returns to haunt us every time someone burns some toast in a PCH kitchenette.

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Sarah Vine writes of Esther McVey…

“McVey told Grazia that she hasn’t married or had children because she ‘never found anyone to wind her biological clock’ … If I remember rightly, half the current Cabinet would have cheerfully ‘wound her clock’ if she’d given them a glimmer of a chance.”



Flight Watch says:

Russia Today is a cauldron of bullsh*t. The only people that take it seriously are deluded conspiracy theorists. Other RT journos have resigned citing the same reasons.

It’s about as believable as Press TV, KCNA of North Korea or the Daily Mirror.


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