August 31st, 2011

Labour’s Leaky Civil Service Mole Now a Spinner

Newly married James Forsyth has some further information about yesterday’s rubbish Guardian rehash about taxpayers’ money going to the Free Schools Network. He points out:

“Gove’s office has been acutely aware of how many people in Whitehall can read their emails since they found out that a secretary to Gove’s advisers with access to their computers was applying for jobs with Labour MPs. As soon as the senior civil servants in the department found out that this secretary was trying to get hired by the Labour party, they instantly moved him out of the job that he was doing — aware of what a conflict of interest it was.”

Forsyth doesn’t name names, but Guido isn’t so prudish. Take a bow Matt Gillespie who left the Department of Education to go spin for John Denham the Shadow Business Secretary. It seems Gillespie, who isn’t answering his mobile, was still loyal to Balls. 

As Forsyth points out, Gillespie’s, now hidden, Twitter feed was a storm of pro-Labour bile, even when Gillespie was meant to be an impartial civil servant:

And it seems he’s mates with Balls’s lackey Alex Belardinelli. He’s clearly learnt from the masters of the dark arts…


256 Comments

  1. 1
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Who woiuld have thought it !

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      Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

      stands to reeson tho – all politicons are the same type.

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        Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

        Hi stalker.

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          Hefferlite says:

          Ahem.
          “……left the Department of Education to go spin for John Denham…..”
          When I wish to read Americanisms, I shall relocate to The Colonies.
          Please go stand in the corner, do your math and think pure thoughts while I phone your mom to check whether she is partnered right now.

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    • 46
      Sir William Waad says:

      Was he doing this when he was a civil servant? Isn’t that illegal?

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      • 244
        John Bellingham says:

        Under the Official Secrets Act 1911– Up to life imprisonment. But under the Official Secret’s Act of 1989 the worst is three months and even that is doubtful.

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    • 70
      Anonymous says:

      If would have been better if comments are coming from British a person!

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      M says:

      Taking a leak in a public office , treating the work place like a toilet , rub his nose in it
      Probably not the only public office where the shite still needs clearing up !

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  2. 2
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    I see the boss has left Neo-Guido in charge, Have fun H@rry c0le :-)

    Is it me or is politics a private club not open to the public?

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      statist says:

      Alas you are right Billy

      The New Labour vs Conservative panto is just that, a show….or even a charade for the masses.

      Ever since Labour ditched clause iv there has not been any political alternative for britain. Many on here bandy the the socialist around, but exactly how can New Labour be construed as socialist when it renounced clasue iv (i.e. the ownership of the means of production).

      I just cannot understand why Red Ed is called Red Ed, i don’t remember him putting the reinstatement of clause iv at the top of NLabour’s agenda. Maybe it’s because he is a libertarian, just as Dave and George are libertarians i.e pro-democract/freedom in order to promote the free markets on all other nations….beacuaes that’s waht’s good for business and profits.

      Call them necons aka anarchists (i.e. deregulation for the markets). They are all extreme right wing in fact. Milton Friedmanites.

      That’s what the REAL politics is ALL about. Don’t be taken in bu the HoP charades

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      • 19
        AC1 says:

        Please…

        Marxism should be buried under a British-Leyland Car, of course there’s 150 million others actually killed by it.

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        • 117
          statist says:

          That number seems to double and triple with each and every post.

          You really are beginning to lose all credibility.

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          • AC1 says:

            Trying to hide your ideologies murder toll?

            Disgusting.

            I suppose they are just a statisitic for you?

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

            It’s probably an understatement to be fair, no one has the true numbers of Stalin and Mao’s famines and nutters like Pol Pot and his barmy year zero scheme that forced ironically enough his also commie Vietnam neighbours out of horror to step in to put an end to the madness.

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          • a lefty says:

            Stop complaining. We might have only murdered 75 million. Show some love.

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      • 21
        Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

        eh?

        New Labour were not libertarains, look at the record on civil liberties, taxation.

        They were socailists, Increased state dependency.

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        • 71
          Anonymous says:

          Why did you leave your country?

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        • 115
          statist says:

          Think Billy, think!

          The libertarians don’t really care if a large chunk of the populus are working or not. Remember, they are pro-FREE markets, they are, by definition anarchists i.e. they are deregulators, they want the markets (and more importantly big finanace completely DEREGULATED…..BECAUSE, that is the the fatstest way to EASY profits.

          EVEN THOSE WHO ARE DEPENDANT ON THE STATE have to spend their benefits at Tesco/Sainbury/Asda (great choise eh!).

          It’s why the libertarians (aka the cosmopolitan tribe) are all for increased immigration, more people means more consumers, which means MORE PROFITS. Immigartaion has significantly accelerated under call-me-Dave’s tenure.

          It has nothing to do with socialism, it’s all just a shell game.

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          • Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

            Yes its better if the state takes my wages and “looks after me” from cradle to grave.

            Now fuck off and learn why we won the seconed world war.

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          • East India Company wallah says:

            Profits are taxed-employees get paid-anyone can buy shares

            clause 4 is immaterial as the trade unions who in the main hold statist organisations to ransom through disruption and “industrial” action-nothing changes all the infrastructure is still unionised and d*ck heads like bob crow will misbehave until laws are passed that force unions to compensate people they cause inconvenience to.

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          • statist says:

            Who exactly won the second world war Billy?

            Who are we?

            The second world war comprised of the capitalists (US & GB capitalists) against the national socialists (the third reich. It was a war of ideologies not a war of nations.

            Which tribe are pro free-market fundamentalism i.e. pro business. In the early parts of the c20th, there were large influxes of immigrants into New York who didn’t very much like the way they were treated in central Europe. They saw national socialsim as hostile to their ways and their kind.

            The cosmpolitans get very upset when they are affronted.

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          • Anonymous says:

            Don’t worry Billy, you can always go back to your country.

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          • statist says:

            Liberal-Democracies operate by the rule of law where the laws protect businesses and individual human freedoms. If the law doesn’t explicitly proscribe behaviours, then they are legal. Morality doesn’t come into it, as it is illegal to infringe people’s Human Rights etc. I don’t think many people fully understand this. That’s how the system works. It abuses people’s naivety and lack of understanding of the political system they live under. Some, of course, say that’s precisely what’s good about it. People can make free choices they say. That’s why such (right-wing libertarian) people don’t like the empirical evidence about the true nature of diversity where many people function like grown up children and need protection by the state because of how they are physically made.

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          • statist says:

            At the end of the c19th and early years of the c20th Britain opened its doors to asylum seekers fleeing persecution in Eastern Europe. What Britain didn’t seem to appreciate is that amidst those asylum seekers were anarchists who were feeling not persecution, but justified antagonism towards their anti-statist subversive behaviour. Some of those migrants moved on to NYC. In 1917 elements of this same group were used by the German High command to get Russia off their Eastern front by toppling the Tsar. Others were used by Britain, according to Lloyd George, to destabilise the Middle East, and thus make things difficult for the Ottoman Empire, an ally of Germany. In later decades, anarchism became free-market libertarianism which is anti-statist. This is why we have such a weak Public Sector. The anger today is because a clever minority use other less able groups to further erode their economic competition. For decades after WWII, Britain built up its welfare state through hard work and austerity. The ‘liberalism’ of the 60s was in fact subversion. After all, the kids hadn’t paid for the state, their parents had. It’s been down-hill ever since, with Thatcher’s mob (Keith Joseph playing the the Grey Cardinal) promoting anarchism as freedom/individualism, whilst casting the USSR etc as evil (Saachi etc PR). It was of course quite the reverse in reality. The USSR, like China today, put people before self-interest, duty before rights, i.e responsibility before narcissism.

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          • statist says:

            This has all been about encouraging markets, i.e. uncritical (sub-prime) consumerism, and it’s been right-wing (i.e free-market libertarian, aka anarchistic) political correctness which has tried to stifle discussion of this, because airing it is deemed bad for the markets (consumerism).

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          • statist says:

            I remind you, libertarians are anarchistic i.e. right-wing, not left-wing, regardless of what they call themselves. Most people are politically illiterate these days, even (especially?) those who go to ‘university’!

            Do you understand politically what liberal-democracy is in practice? It is anarchism, i.e. deregulation, where the free-market determines value, not state planning. This is not he same as anarchy. Anarchism has to be planned (hence one of Von Mises’ books ‘Planned Chaos’.) Have a look into The Austrian School. The Mises website will do, or just look up libertarianism. German National Socialism and Soviet Socialism in One County under Stalin were essentially the same anti-anarchistic political system from Von Mises’ and the Austrian School’s perspective. Anarchism is the opposite of statism, the latter being vilified as ‘The Road to Serfdom’ (Hayek). Anarchism is what the UK has ‘enjoyed’ since at least 1979, and it’s what the USA exports as ‘freedom/democracy’. The Cold War was essentially a battle between statistism and anarchism, and it still continues today, just more subtly given the inconceivability of MAD. It’s why the Middle East (which is still essentially a satellite of the SCO) refers to the USA as ‘The Great Satan’, Israel being ‘The Little Satan’, sometimes these are cynically reversed. Terrorism may be seen as a response to the imperialism of anarchism.

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          • Anonymous says:

            Anarchy??!?!?!? Are you are you a complete lunatic? Over half the economy is in state hands and the rest can barely breathe from all the regulation.

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  3. 3
    AC1 says:

    But If parents can choose schools how will bureaucrats keep all the teachers voting for the left (the main point of state edumakation)?

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      Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

      By trying to close down the private schools and then dumb evryone down in the union run school?

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    Anonymous says:

    what a total prat….@mattayg’s Tweets are protected.

    Only confirmed followers have access to @mattayg’s Tweets and complete profile. You need to send a request before you can start following this account.

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  5. 8
    Lady Virginia Droit de Seigneur says:

    They should just sack him.

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  6. 9
    Billy Bowden says:

    Welcome to Billy Bowden’s Blog.

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  7. 10
    Ed's Balls says:

    I always hated the idea of “Free schools”.
    I much prefer the expensive kind built with the help of PFI contracts.

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  8. 12
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    When I starter this job i had to signed a contract saying that i would not reveal the layout of the system and the way it automatical swops from camera to camers if i was to get anther job with a rivil firm – why dont politicons and there staff have the same

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    Larry the Cat for PM says:

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    astateofdenmark says:

    At least they didn’t arrest him and Balls, which is what Gordon would have (and did) done.

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    nmj says:

    Impartial civil service, anyone?

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      I'm number vi says:

      Yes, that would be nice.

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      nell says:

      well I suspect he’s not one of the real civil service, he’s one of those hundreds of labour supporters/ spies/spinners/stooges that bliar brought in and then brown followed suit.

      Another ,lesser, mcbride to be precise.

      Truth is the real civil service was decimated, under labour, by the infiltration of poorly educated labour drones – and he is obviously one of them!

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  12. 20
    les says:

    He is probably just one of many little shits embedded all over the place!

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  13. 22
    Alex says:

    Seven jobs in the last six years? If I had a CV sent to me with that much change over such a short period of time, it would go straight in the bin.

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  14. 23
    BBC Political Editor says:

    A lad with a great future in broadcasting.

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      BBC News says:

      We will not be running an untrue story about political bias in the civil service because we have some exciting news about a former editor of the News of the World who was employed by the Prime Minister against his better judgment which is set to send shock waves around Westminster.

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  15. 25
    Displaced Brummie says:

    He LOOKS leaky and untrustworthy, doesn’t he?

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    • 27
      Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

      Future politicon then.

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        Displaced Brummie says:

        I have seen photographs like his mug shot from the police press office: “Police would like to interview the man in the picture as they believe he might be able to help them with their inquiries.”

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  16. 28
    Cynic says:

    Perhaps there should be a Leak Enquiry?

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  17. 29
    Prentiz says:

    Just remember this one next time people talk about the politically neutral civil service.

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  18. 30
    Auntie Flo' says:

    Sounds as though departmental procedures need tightening up.

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  19. 35
    Labour=Looter's Friend says:

    More Labour incompetence

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  20. 37
    Sasha Grey's best bits says:

    I think Guido needs a new post tag: “C_unt watch”.

    Specially created for those morons who defy “twat watch” and a very different category from “totty watch”!

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    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Ashley_Bullard profile

    Ashley_Bullard #Israeli newspaper reports Tony #Blair, Middle-East special envoy, to get award from #Israel for his efforts: http://t.co/Uodpsvk #p2 #tcot 5 minutes ago · reply · retweet · favorite

    Socailisim in all its glory.

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  22. 41
    I don't need no doctor says:

    Just sums labour up. Deceitful, spiteful, in denial, underhand, liars.

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  23. 48
    The BBC's unofficial spokesperson says:

    You scum seem to have forgotten that it is and was Thatcher’s fault.

    For the record, we do not demand money with menaces, we do however provide the only news you need to bother yourself with.

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      Ma*k Th*tcher says:

      You probably aren’t old enough or clever enough to realise what permanant damage Thatcher did to this country.

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      • 62
        AC1 says:

        You accidentally missed out some words.

        I’ve corrected it for you. For Free!

        “You probably aren’t old enough or clever enough to realise what permanant damage Thatcher did to Marxism in this country.”

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          Mrs. Thatcher says:

          Hello, dear. I may be best remembered, by the young humans of the 1970s, as “The Milk Snatcher” but my greatest achievement was laying the foundations for “The Client State.”

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      • 66
        Straightjacket tailor says:

        Time for your fitting sir!

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      • 67
        jeremy clarkson says:

        Or indeed know how to spell” permanent”

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          Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

          Yeah – I dallied with that and plumped for “permanant”

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      • 68
        Corporal Gaddafi says:

        I remember that soulmate of Thatcher the Cohen (of Tesco) woman trying to off load all the council tenants in Westminster and replace them with her rich clan. The Thatcher years were a disgusting greedy time and severely damaged this country. The parents of Thatcher era are the parents of the rioters today.

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          Straightjacket tailor says:

          Does not say much for your memory. lol

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          • Corporal Gaddafi says:

            Tell me where I am wrong then.

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          • Corporal Gaddafi says:

            Lady (spit on floor) Shirley Porter the Cohen woman: while leader of Westminster City Council she oversaw the “Building Stable Communities” policy, later described as the “homes for votes” scandal and was consequently accused of gerrymandering. The policy was judged illegal by the district auditor, and a surcharge of £27m levied on her in 1996.[3] This was later raised to £42 million with interest and costs. She eventually settled in 2004, paying a full payment of £12.3 million.[4] She moved to Israel in 1994 during the inquiry, and lived there until 2006.[5]

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          • Lord Carrington's binoculars says:

            Porter? Shormter.

            Try Ken Livingstone and the £500m he handed out to BME and female-run businesses (eg if you were a black woman with a hairdressers in Hackney..) without any records being kept or records demanded to show what happened to the money.

            The Libturds are still jumping up and down about Porter supposedly moving a small number of people who couldn’t have swung and election…and said nothing about Livingstone buying a community. Only Gilligan had the balls to chase it.

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          Cunt Watch says:

          Should the state dictate where you live or would you like the choice yourself?

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    I go off on a bender says:

    Where’s that little shit Billy Bowden etc etc?
    I go off on a bender in France and leave you in charge of my poxy blog for five fucking minutes and you manage to increase the comments by -90%.
    Stop fucking around, you prick. Have you paid the fucking advertisers this month.
    FFS. This is my pension, you fucking Hain.
    Wiggling your sagging arse at passing bi-curios is not attracting the required level of intelligent comment. Fuck me. I’m here sweating my bollocks off tiling the infinity pool while you are busy chatting up Maurice The Mincer and his bum chums.
    Pull your fucking finger out. I want 500 comments per article by tomorrow morning or I’ll have to hire Chief Running Jump as my primary commenter. He’s a LOT fucking cheaper. Get on with it BottyBoy.

    Love, Pee.

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    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    I want my mummy.

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    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    coment of the day watch :)

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    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    I have never voted in a erection.

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    Billy Bowden is the greatest owned biatch ever ! says:

    think its time for a new name billy.

    Vacuous cocksniffer would suit you.

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    Larry the Cat says:

    Who had thunk it? I smelt a rat when Gove first started as education minister with the funding fiasco. I believed it to be the devious work of a labour supporting civil servant. The Lab rats will get their come uppance cos Gove is going to succeed with his education policies. I’ll bet my sardines on it.

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  30. 91
    Damian McBride says:

    Nice to see my little trolls out tonight.

    YOU WILL VOTE LABOUR!

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    the boy is not for turning says:

    “It seems Gillespie, who isn’t answering his mobile, was still loyal to Balls.”

    Seems like a mincer who will always be loyal to balls

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    to be a pilgrim says:

    Just how many of these partial impartial civil servants are there FFS?

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  33. 99
    Cunt Watch says:

    More hate comes from the left.

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    Sir William Waad says:

    It was a sunny day in August and Leaky Mole was feeling VERY pleased with himself. As he looked in the mirror, he puffed out his little furry cheeks, blinked his tiny eyes and wiggled his whiskery nose. He sang a little Mole Song to himself:

    “Gove and Co are foo-ools
    With their silly schoo-ools
    I broke all their roo-ools
    They’re a bunch of too-ools”

    Leaky Mole was thinking of the little saw and Moley Knife he kept for making these with, which were very very blunt!

    Then Leaky Mole packed a spare hanky and some nice worm sandwiches in his little bag and went hoppity, hoppity hop all the way down Whitehall to see Denham, the scarecrow. But then, Whoosh! Parp! Splat! He was run over by a taxi.

    THE END

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    BillyBob.... says:

    An odious little c*nt perhaps ??

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  36. 110
    Cunt Watch says:

    Small goverment means less impact on the real world.

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  37. 111
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    thumbs up if u pee on the side of the bowl to make it quiet

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  38. 112
    Larry the Cat says:

    Kiss my paw!

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  39. 114
    Y U Bin So Quiet about the Pikers says:

    Wonder if G. is one of them.

    Same as the rioters – putting the rule of law to shame.

    They should be punished immediately and with the full impact of the legal system.

    No excuses – no bail – straight to custody – regardless of age.

    Swift justice….

    And confiscate all their 4×4 vehicles…..

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  40. 116
    Anonymous says:

    Looks like Billy has been banned.

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  41. 119
    For God's sake clarity says:

    Which one – That stupid Umpire Chap or the one who is one pence short of a shilling…

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    Billy Bowden is the greatest owned biatch ever ! says:

    suck you cook for a schilling sqire?

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    • 131
      Anonymous says:

      Poor old Billy, he’s probably been bullied all his life, and now he gets it on here. Still, he’s a plucky little bastard.

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  43. 123
    Anonymous says:

    Fuck this.

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  44. 124
    AnonymousInBelfast says:

    I knew Matt Gillespie quite well when he was at Queen’s University Belfast doing English. Knew he was interested in parliament (he did a stint with the Democrats in Congress), but didn’t realise he worked in Westminster now.

    Nice chap, but definitely to the political left (he regularly fawned over Democrat and Labour figures). Sadly, as I recall, he started sacrificing his university work for a political career long before he graduated. Perhaps if he’d applied himself there a bit more, he would have left with a stronger sense of ethical conduct. Disappointing, but not that surprising.

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    • 132
      East India Company wallah says:

      To read his tweets I would have streamed him in to the third set for GCSE-really must have been a dosser!

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        AnonymousInBelfast says:

        Not so much a dosser, as someone who had long since decided to put a political career above anything else. He was very conscientious when it came to his work with various links with the Democrats and in the Union (QUB SU being no different from most in its heavily left-leaning composition).

        It comes as no surprise that he ended up starry-eyed and in love with Ed Balls. It’s just a shame that he chose Balls as his role-model, because when I knew him, he was actually a really decent guy. Just goes to show what professional politics does to people I guess.

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  45. 125
    Johann Hari says:

    I knew Matt Gillespie quite well when he was at Queen’s University Belfast doing English. Knew he was interested in parliament (he did a stint with the Democrats in Congress), but didn’t realise he worked in Westminster now.

    Nice chap, but definitely to the political left (he regularly fawned over Democrat and Labour figures). Sadly, as I recall, he started sacrificing his university work for a political career long before he graduated. Perhaps if he’d applied himself there a bit more, he would have left with a stronger sense of ethical conduct. Disappointing, but not that surprising.

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    • 126
      AnonymousInBelfast says:

      Unless we missed each other, Johann, I don’t recall ever seeing you around QUB…

      Nice to see you’re still keeping up your tried-and-tested method of writing though ;)

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  46. 127
    Ed Balls, Shallow Chancer says:

    Don’t bother to read Alistair Darling’s autobiography. He accuses me of being a nasty bully. That’s so far from the truth….

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    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever! says:

    Last comment by me for the day as it’s almost time for me to go home and have my arse raped by three leather clad bears and two oiled up Russian weight lifters.
    Make sure you have a good night boys and a safe one. ;)
    Love & Kisses from Billy Bumshire xxx

    Anyone posting under this monkier after this is a faker queen, so there!

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  48. 135
    MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK son of COD says:

    Dave call me useless Cameron gets it wrong yet again !
    with the closure of RAF Lyneham and the end of repatriation of our fallen through Wooton Bassett
    Does being British mean absolutely Fuck all to you ,you dopey EU sympathiser ?
    You carry on your mentors war , and disgrace the dead and the British public by shifting the site of their repatriation around to suit your cuts
    why dont you knock down the cenotaph and build a mosque ?
    or pass a law to close wembley and play all England home match’s at Cardiff’s millenium stadium ,you prick
    you really are so far up Barroso’s arse it’s pitiful
    Why dont you fuck off bean face and let an Englishman run the country ?

    TWAT

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      so I said, ah screw it says:

      Check back you will find Brownshites kicked off closing the place as they thought it was an embarrasment, the thick git should have stopped it closing as soon as he got in, the one horse walley will live to regret not doing so.

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      East India Company wallah says:

      Speaking of new football stadiums
      Emirates -in a labour shithole
      Millenium-in a labour shithole
      Wembley-in a labour shithole
      Eastlands-in a labour shithole
      Olympic-in a labour shithole
      postponed stadium
      Liverpool-in a labour shithole
      Why does a sport that pays players 50 to a 150 times the average industrial wage to its stars need public money

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  49. 137
    Anonymous says:

    O/T This looks a better bet than Guido’s hang ‘em high job.

    e-petition

    NO CHILD BENEFITS FOR MORE THAN TWO CHILDREN

    Responsible department: Department for Work and Pensions

    The government needs to stop paying people child associated benefits once they have had two children. Not only do more tax credits have to be paid, more child benefits but also housing benefits, NHS costs for birth and through life, education costs etc etc. Stopping benefits after 2 children will make people think more carefully about having large families and their huge tangible and intangible burden on the state. They will no longer be incentivised to have a lot of children, get more benefits and never work. More worringly this culture is passed onto the children and they adopt the same approach until it becomes totally unsustainable.

    Sign this petition

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    • 150
      MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK son of COD says:

      Post the link !

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    • 151
      Barry says:

      Come on son we’re lazy c’unts here yer know, give us a link.

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    • 161
      nell says:

      Agree absolutely.

      But to do that we have to get our Dave to start acting like that right wing tory militwit says he’s going to smear him as!!

      Poor old labour spinners they haven’t got a clue if they think they are going to win votes by saying cameron is a tory.

      The majority of voters wish he was. And if he’d cut benefits to people with more than two children , we’d rejoice and vote him in for several more terms.

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    • 165
      Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

      Nope, wont be signing.

      Why should we pay for people to breed two children before we stop it.

      If you cant afford kids , then dont have them.

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    • 175
      Corporal Gaddafi says:

      You’ll be glad of large families when there are millions of old bastards and yourself needing arses wiped in care homes. Who the fuck do you thinks going to care for all the growing elderly population?

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      • 176
        Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

        Is your pensoin invested in the Trinety Mirror group then?

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      • 190
        ONS says:

        Most folk die without needing care.

        Only some 14% need the kind of care that requires outside intervention. Fewer still need an ‘institution’

        The aging bedridden myth is just that.

        PS Catholic Filipinas if you need care in your dotage or would you recommend the feral tossers we are all soooo familiar with in our fair capital.

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      • 192
        jgm2 says:

        Poles and Lithuanians. Same as is doing it today.

        The natives are too ‘good’ to work for the kind of money paid by old folks homes. And lacking any relevant skills or qualifications including the basic ability to get up early enough and stand at a bus stop in order to go to work.

        It’s degrading you see – buses. Much more in keeping with their self-image to get a mobility BMW to drive themselves down to Farmfoods to buy some ready made chicken and vegetable pies. Because they don’t have the time to cook.

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  50. 163
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    And so the abuse continues…………..

    Oh well at least Engalnd won the 20/20 (But it aint cricket).

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  51. 183
    Anonymous says:

    trouble at t’mill

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2011/aug/31/us-firms-torture-flights-rendition

    torture? what torture? redition? what rendition?

    fucking american bastards

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  52. 184
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    http://bastardoldholborn.blogspot.com/2011/08/untouchable-corruption.html

    westminster is the training school for the big school.

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    • 188
      Ewanme says:

      Billy , babes xx .

      Ewa here :)

      Old Holborn polled 0.3% of the vote in his “constituency,” darlin .

      The guy is totally insane, an I knows one when I sees one .

      E x .

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      • 191
        Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

        Guido is losing the death pen debate, guess that makes two of em then.

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        • 203
          Ewanme says:

          …..or one of them :)

          Evryone round here is bonkers except my imaginary friend .

          I laughs an I cries at the sheer pain/pleasure of it all , darlin .

          E x .

          *Ewa has evrythin crossed*

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  53. 187
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Watching transfer deadline day.

    first two out of 3 reports , the Chavs around the camera could not stop themselves from swearing and waving a finger at the camera, they say they are fans of the respected clubs but do a diservice to there clubs and Sky for the money and resources they provide to assist the fans.

    chav-tastic

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  54. 194
    jgm2 says:

    Poles and Lithuanians. Same as is doing it today.

    The natives are too ‘good’ to work for the kind of money paid by old folks homes. And lacking any relevant skills or qualifications including the basic ability to get up early enough and stand at a bus stop in order to go to work.

    It’s degrading you see – buses. Much more in keeping with their self-image to get a mobility BMW to d*ive themselves down to Farmfoods to buy some ready made chicken and vegetable pies. Because they don’t have the time to cook. Them being so busy and all.

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    • 195
      jgm2 says:

      Fucking mod thing. Reply to 179.

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    • 200
      nell says:

      Please Do Not knock the poles and lithuanians in the UK.

      They don’t rely on benefits. They take on the toughest jobs including the caare of our elderly. And they do their jobs exceptionally well.

      Meanwhile our own young folks draw benefits, have children, grow fat and generally idle their lives away! Apparrently labour told them that was the best way to go!!

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  55. 196
    nell says:

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2032266/Alistair-Darling-expose-brutal-volcanic-Gordon-Brown-explosive-memoir.html?ito=feeds-newsxml

    And here’s the little twerp’s boss with his moral compass and son of the manse personae. Oh! and his bagmen bullyballs and yvette!!!

    Oh Yes lovely , genuine people , this labour lot!

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  56. 197
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    bellamackie Serious question. Can we start an e-petition to get parliament to debate banning Nadine Dorries? 100,000 signatures more than her majority. 16 minutes ago · reply · retweet · favorite

    Socailist democrcy in action.

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    • 199
      Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

      bellamackie Serious question. Can we start an e-petition to get parliament to debate banning Nadine Dorries? 100,000 signatures more than her majority. 18 minutes ago · reply · retweet · favorite

      Can anyone with Twitter explain how we elect MPs to parliament?

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      • 202
        nell says:

        bellamackie Serious question. Can we start an e-petition to get parliament to debate banning gordon brown? 100,000 signatures more than his majority. 18 minutes ago · reply · retweet · favorite

        Can anyone with Twitter explain how/why we elect absent MPs to parliament?

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  57. 204
    nell says:

    Just a thought Guido.

    Since you abolished the thumbs this blog has gone to pot.

    ‘Night darlings!

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    • 207
      Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

      Nah, Pages are a lot quicker to load now, thumbs were open to corruption.

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    • 211
      jgm2 says:

      Thumbs down.

      My screen used to jump about all over the place while all those thumb icons loaded.

      Fucking horrible things.

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    • 212
      Thumb Screw says:

      Goodnight, nell. Are those panty liners comment truncated by geoff@www.guardian.co.uk….

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    • 246
      albacore says:

      Oh Lord, my old but scrupulously updated Int Exp’s got enough problems here with errors on the page, re-jigging its Compatability View and committing instant hara-kiri over Data Exploitation Prevention, even without those hellish thumbs.
      You have seen the light, Fawkes. Let it shine, shine, shine.

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  59. 210
    Anonymous says:

    Billy, Ewanme and nell, Fawkes has really got the A team batting for him tonight.

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  60. 213
    Jumbo says:

    Christ you people are so fucking DULL

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    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    I shall not, I shall not be moved. I shall not, I shall not be moved.

    You cu*ts dont understood that i am part of this blog, like an institoton and i will not go away

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  64. 242
    Billy is a complete and utter twat says:

    You are not an institution – you are an illiterate twat

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  65. 245
    not a machine says:

    Would an ariel Sirte leaflet drop (in Arabic) help things along?

    I failed to see vinces argument (appears now settled) , If the great and good of international banking had come up with basel 3 why should european banks avoid it .

    Planning one as you might expect causes some concern , there are a lot of empty properties (lab govt brought in comp purchase law) , so I would have thought lookin there first is best bet , although am aware some refurb projects cost more than new build . I appreciate cham of commerce dont agree but ,I think we will need land for growing stuf , not building stuff .
    really am surprised with level of inaction at EU , must have a lot of ponzi schemes riding on it . Obamas big speech on jobs still putting finishing touches , mmmm funny how those green jobs got undercut by chinese.

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  66. 247
    I can't stand the BBC, but... says:

    Susanna Reid is looking incredibly humpable this morning.

    *drool*

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    • 252
      I don't need no doctor says:

      Yes, but if only she had questioned Jim Murphy more deeply. Typical BBC labour biased interview. Jim Murphy said that he didn’t want to play party politics, and then proceeded to play party politics for the whole interview. Again with labour the past doesn’t exist.
      Labour liars, labour scum.

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  67. 248
    mr softy says:

    Gillespie and Belardinelli. What is it with these ugly, backstabbing eyeties?

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  68. 250
    Gordon Brown MP (part time) says:

    I cried when I read this lad’s leak problem. I am incontinent too.

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  69. 256
    An insomniac civil servant says:

    Not sure you are in a position to be quite so pious – didnt you give a leaky civil servant a job under the last government

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