September 2nd, 2011

Cuts to Labour Uncut

Siôn Simon’s Labour Uncut blog had two exclusives from Alistair Darling’s forthcoming new memoir. Both of which got a lot of follow-on from the media, and both of which appear to have been cut from the website today. Presumably this is under pressure from the publishers who have sold the exclusive extracts to the Sunday Times.

There is speculation that this leak could cost Darling a lot of money in lost serialisation fees. Guido has republished the cut bits of Labour Uncut here. Just trying to be helpful…

UPDATE: Labour Uncut confirm the cuts were made after threats from the publishers.


  1. 1
    Call me Infidel says:

    Cue Nelson Muntz…Ha ha!

  2. 2
    cast iron criminal Dave and the fairy cabal says:

    Alan Duncan, Gideon, Dave Laws and I have just had an incredible circle jerk in celebration of Alan’s spot of ‘good luck’ in Libyan oil! Rejoice! Rejoice! Rejoice!

  3. 3
    Geoffrey G Brooking says:

    So much for Labour’s united team under Brown!

  4. 4
    The B team says:

    They were united. United against Brown and Balls.

  5. 5
    I'm number vi says:

    Rats in a sack… and that’s just the BBC, Labour make them look positively civilised.

  6. 6
    Cutting Edge says:

    Very odd. The link to the uncut labour uncut was cut and my post about this has been cut but the cut link has now been uncut.

  7. 7
    Anonymous says:

    Libya: the minister, the Tory donor and a contract to supply oil

    An oil firm whose chief executive has bankrolled the Conservatives won exclusive rights to trade with Libyan rebels during the conflict, following secret talks involving the British Government.

  8. 8
    Ian E says:

    Great Quote of the day from Not-So-Pretty_Polly to Guido : ‘You have devoted your life to poison and malevolence’. Quite true : you have rooted out a great deal of her poison and malevolence (and much from other Leftie – and sometimes Rightie – poison and malevolence). Polly illustrates perfectly why they used to burn witches!

  9. 9
    Flatcap Army says:

    Isn’t it nice to see the anti-Murdoch Labourites rolling over and taking his cash though? I assume the Observer’s near bankruptcy reduced its bid a bit

  10. 10
    Ah! Monika says:

    I too thought this deserved it’s own thread this morning.

  11. 11
    A vile, lying, thieving cheating paranoid snot-nosed weirdo and bully says:

    Na’e – arl’ mae’ lackey’s wa’ behin’ ‘mae!

    An’ ah’ sav’d tha’ wuld’

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

    Labour Uncut, Ukuncut.

    What is the trend for the “uncut” tag? Did the left not care about uncut stuff when in power?

  13. 13
    The Biased BBC says:

    The BBC is just weired. They had the leader of the Basildon Council on the Breakfast sofa earlier in what was supposed to be an informative interview about the illegal Gypsy camp.

    Despite the leader pointing out that the Gypsies were breaking the law and the court of law said they had to go and they would house those gypsies they had a duty to house and they would write to the gypsies before employing bailiffs, the two duty presenters started a full on attack against this oh so cruel council leader.

  14. 14
    Ministry of Truth says:

    There were never any articles about Alistair Darling

  15. 15
    Grumpy Old Man says:

    Anymouse. Your childish efforts to disrupt the exposure of the hypocrisy and general incompetence of the Looting Party machine used to be exasperating,but are now part of the white noise generated by lab-bots and are worked round. Such trolling would be moderated out by the Left-wing blogs you so clearly support.

  16. 16
    joescotus says:

    yes polly exposing hypocritical bastards such as yourself..self rightious bitch

  17. 17
    BBC Political Editor says:

    Now look here. There are too many on this blog who suggest that the BBC has a left wing bias. We couldn’t give a stuff about politics; all we want to do is ensure that we have a Government in place which encourages a bloated Public Sector so that we can all enjoy salaries and pensions which we couldn’t remotely hope to achieve in the Private Sector.

  18. 18
    Uncut? says:

    Are they anti-semitic?

  19. 19
    Gimp Slave says:

    Does that mean you only employ your own left mates?

  20. 20
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:


    Hang on, Isnt the Times owned by Murdoch?

    So Darling is taking the Murdoch pound/dollor?

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

    Anti english yes, anti semitic possibly.

  22. 22
    Gimp Slave says:

    That seems to have a ring about it.

  23. 23
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    GOOD MOANING! Warm, dry and sunny for much of England today. Rain this morning in Scotland slowly moving south eastwards into Wales and northern England, but should weaken as it does, turning into sunshine and showers. Heavy and persistant rain for Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland this evening.x

  24. 24
    Cyclops of Kirkcaldy says:

    Sion Simon still struggling with “new” media. Labour Uncut… cuts stories off its website. Doh!

  25. 25
    nell says:

    “this leak could cost Darling a lot of money in lost fees”

    personal gain, that is absolutely the bottom line for all these labour ‘elite’

  26. 26
    Desperate Dan says:

    The BBC identifies strongly with Gadaffi. Both the BBC and Gadaffi are hated by large numbers of people who they treat like shit but they both have a small coterie of fanatical supporters who share their views from the bunker.

  27. 27
    AC1 says:

    No Labour + Clause 4 Marxist wealth-envy.

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    nell says:

    So it’s alright for bliar and mandy to make £millions out of labour’s warmongering and their friendship with the murderous gaddafi’s but not for someone else to make money out of legitimate deals that will provide inward investment and jobs for the people of libya?

  29. 29
    A Member of the Chosen Community says:

    Semites are over-represented at the BBC and they’re all anti-English.

  30. 30
    anonymous says:

    why have a thread debating the tories, as they’re in power, when you can have a thread about labour, who are not in power – makes sense, no …… ?

    labour in government deserved the attention they got – it seems like the coalition are getting away with murder …..

  31. 31
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Rupert strikes back episode 2.

  32. 32
    AC1 says:

    Public School tpye in public sector shows how utterly unsuited she was for job.

  33. 33
    anonymous says:

    what about the oil, nell FFS

  34. 34
    anonymous says:

    heaven forbid a tory would do anything similar ….

  35. 35
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Had labour not banged on about phone hacking, would Murdoch and the publishers really cared?

    I mean how many people read Labour Uncut, I have never been there.

  36. 36
    AC1 says:

    I meant
    No. Labour + Clause 4 Marxist wealth-envy.

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    Squawk says:

  38. 38
    Anonymous says:

    Gui*o is a Tory, that is why.

  39. 39
    All politicians are fucking cunts! says:

    A leaked EU/India Free Trade Agreement shows it will trigger a large wave of cheap labour into Britain


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    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Polly dear.

    Guido is not a hypocrite, you are, you want to pull the ladder up behind you like all socailists.

  42. 42
    Anonymous says:

    Labour is not in power, conservatives are. General incompetence and looting are done at the moment by Conservatives not Labour.

  43. 43
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    You can always start your own blog, am sure it will be a sucsess.

  44. 44
    Owlett says:

    On R4’s ‘Boys from the Blackstuff’ retrospective this morning, Sue MacGregor said to Alan Bleasdale that the true genesis of the drama was the Labour party of the 70s. ‘Oh, I’m not going to blame the Labour party for anything’ he replied, ‘er, if you were a working class person in the streets of Liverpool reading the Guardian er, you were aware something terrible was going to happen’.

    You have to laugh. Maybe he meant if you were a working class playwright or poet. Maybe all Liverpudlian working class people are playwrights or poets.

  45. 45
    David Laws Lib Dem fiddler says:

    Rather than give Sir Fred a golden pension, why did he not sack him? Afraid of what he might say?? Labour tossers.

    Darling could have changed the system. Blair, Brown and Balls changed the banking system which worked perfectly well until it was changed in 1998 following Clinton’s move. Clinton wanted sponsorship from banks to get elected and changed the Glass and Steagle system, in exchange for sponsorship, that was in place since Rosevelt changed it after the Wall Street crash in 1929. Greedy power mad politicians have wreaked havoc on the public’s finances and standard of living for their own self indulgent ends.

    Politicians allowed the bankers to cause the current mess. All should be held to account. Mervyn King and the likes should be no exception, he should have acted in the national and public’s interest. No golden pension for him either, he should be sacked.

    All the politicians who left the Treasury are entitled to £20,000- why FFS? Darling and Byrne got their payment tax free. An absolute scandal. Even Laws was entitled to it after a few weeks in office, but did not claim it. He should be investigated for false accounting- still waiting for some leadership to instil integrity in politics Clegg.

  46. 46
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Gordon Brown?

    Not doing his job as a MP, try to get another high paid nontaxable job.

    Thats looting.

  47. 47
    Spartacus says:

    Four million bbls a day at 5 cents a bbl, uplift at the wellhead.
    Must be worth 100 dollars per bbl.
    Restoring the country to what it was before destabilizing it, likely 95 dollars a bbl.
    Or that is what will be charged – er confiscated.

  48. 48
    Anonymous says:

    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says: September 2, 2011 at 9:36 am

    Thought you were so upset with this country you have gone back to your own country. If UK is so bad why do you stay here?

  49. 49

    Cameroon. Stated at Mansion House SPEECH. He would not be drawn into fighting on 2 fronts as Bliar did in Afghanistan and Iraq. So he now has opened up another Front in Libya. Needs to get a new Script Writer, and tell his Cabinet to STOP telling the Public this is the Biggest PEACE TIME DEFICIT. BOMB TAX Destroying our economy. NATO still Bombing Libya.

  50. 50
    Spartacus says:

    Looking out of the window, too slowly for my taste.

  51. 51
    M says:

    So at no point did he donate to the labour party & claim to be a socialist . But I suspect he would if labour were in power .
    Now remember donors don’t care who’s in power , they want to deal with people who have it. What do you think the EUs for
    ( certainly not for the people of the EU )
    How do you think Mandy & Blair got there multi millions , not socialism
    I bet if someone was to archive “donors” down the years they would be seen flip flopping between the parties as power changes hands as much as an westminster MPs property portfolio

  52. 52
    Desperate Dan says:

    She needs to ameliorate her guilt about being rich and well-bred by giving away other people’s money.

  53. 53
    nell says:

    could always leave it in the ground I suppose – leading to no income for libya – leading to starvation . is that what socialists think should happen then?

  54. 54
    P. Mandevilson, the Eminence Greasy says:

    GANGWAY !!! I’m looking at £ 8,000,000.00 houses! Out of my way !

  55. 55
    Desperate Dan says:

    Judging by Chris Mullin’s latest diaries, they’ve been in a froth about Murdoch and his evil, though undefined, influence for the past 20 years.

  56. 56
    Ed the Axeman says:

    Look a distraction. Just like a magician waving a wand, you look at the wand and not what they are doing with their other hand.

    60-70 bn bail out for the retail banks that were bust, so what.

    Government debt 7 trillion. 100 times bigger.

    No wonder politicians want to talk about the banks.

  57. 57
    Said al-Islam gadaffi says:

    The cheque’s in the post my good friend.

  58. 58
    HandsomeDavid says:

    We should actually pop accross and start paying the site the same attention that the labour trolls do here.

  59. 59
    nell says:

    I’m sure a tory would. But it’s difficult to find as many leading tories who have troughed and leached and become millionaires by many nefarious means as the labour elite have in their droves.

  60. 60
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    But didnt the Sun support Labour getting elected 3 times, Tony even flew half way round the world to meet him and Gordon and Sarah had a slumber party for Ruperts wife.

    That evil?

  61. 61
    Anonymous says:

    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says: September 2, 2011 at 9:37 am

    We will sort out the problems in “our country”. The biggest problem we have is uncontrolled immigration.

  62. 62
    Quantrill says:

    All well and good, but what about Cameron’s rapturous support of the Libyan campaign this morning? ” The Libyans did this themselves” With a little help from 1600 sorties flown by the RAF firing up to 10 missiles per plane at a cost of over 1.2million pounds each. Work it out. This is not 260 million pounds as we were told. A figure of 15 billion pounds seems more likely and that is just the cost of missiles.

    Does anyone really know what is happening out there?
    I have two questions:

    Where are the photos or other evidence of the captured? Gaddafi troops.

    Where are the women of Libya? Amongst all the over exuberant jubilations in tripoli I see not one woman. Are they already returning to religious intolerance of the middle ages?

  63. 63
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Nah, if you give the site hits it might get extra advertising opps thats captilisim, you would never see a socailist use that to thier advantage right?

  64. 64
    genghiz the kahn says:

    Has she done something useful for society. If she was so concerned about social mobility, she might have set up something similar to The Sutton Trust.

    Instead she spends her time airing her ‘views’ for the BBC, The Guardian and the gravy train lecture circuit, telling us how to run our lives without doing anything practical to help the underprivileged.

  65. 65
    Aunt Mat says:

    All seems a bit lefty to me!

  66. 66
    Jethro Q. Walrus-Titty says:

    I find it incredible that the country ever elected a man who was seriously mentally unstable and the most ill fitted to become leader of this country (which has become a toilet because of him)
    Er, then again we didn’t did we?

    Parallels with the Fuehrer and Braun are uncanny.

  67. 67
    nell says:

    well pollytwaddle knows all about ‘fair and square’ doesn’t she?

    her labour crew have given us 13 years of lies (wmd in 45 mins anyone) , hiding the extent of their indecent spending until the end ( there’s no money left) and distorting facts and figures for their own ends (gordon’s tractor stats)……..

  68. 68
    Not-so-pretty Polly says:

    Isn’t it time she died of old age?

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    everything in moderation says:

    On R4′s ‘Boys from the Blackstuff’ retrospective this morning, Sue MacGregor said to Alan Bleasdale that the true genesis of the drama was the Labour party of the 70s. ‘Oh, I’m not going to blame the Labour party for anything’ he replied, ‘er, if you were a working class person in the streets of Liverpool reading the Guardian er, you were aware something terrible was going to happen’.

    You have to laugh. Maybe he meant if you were a working class playwright or poet. Maybe all Liverpudlian working class people are playwrights or poets.

  70. 70
    Anonymous says:

    True, this is why we don’t have democracy. We vote and who ever wins sell it to the highest bidder.

  71. 71
    nell says:

    maybe they are just being protective of their women and children and keeping them away from bullets.

    maybe the libyan women are just not brash and in your face types like our sallyalley.

  72. 72
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:


    You are Nick Griffin and i claim my free copy of the Socailist manifesto that you support.

  73. 73
    nell says:

    Exactly! +10

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    Aunt Mat says:

    Its all right for all of us to make millions.

    Why else would we be playing the game?

    Surely we are not in it to be nursemaids to the chavs!

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    M says:

    The history books will show there is a coalition between lib dems & conservatives
    Unless of course you’er the author
    Oh & just checking do you believe the holocaust occurred or have you a personal view on that too

  76. 76
    Anonymous says:

    Blair will try to steal your shirt but Cameron will steal every thing even your underwear. This is why he is so up set with looters they didn’t give him a cut.

  77. 77
    Sherlock Holmes says:

    I think you probably got (all of) your missile-figures wrong.

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    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    The Tories might sell the family silver, but it was Labour that sold the family gold.

  79. 79
    Sherlock Holmes says:

    Perhaps Libyan women are indistinguishable from Libyan men.

  80. 80
    Gonk says:

    There is no such thing as an irreversible commitment
    made by lying politicians to other lying politicians on
    behalf of the British public, but hidden from them.
    Everything can be changed by the will of the people.
    Policies, politicians, planning regulations, immigration,
    law, their favourite drink. Absolutely everything.

  81. 81
    Anonymous says:

    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says: September 2, 2011 at 9:57 am

    I am talking about non British not color. If this country is bad as you say why are you staying here?

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    Aunt Mat says:

    Sorry to say that they are all dead.

    You need water to keep people alive in those temperatures.

    Libya has lots of oil, but no water.

    There have been shipments of water, but the whole area is now tracked by satellite, and that will lead to the underground prisons.

    So sorry

  83. 83
    HandsomeDavid says:

    What size is your carbon footprint?

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    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Gaddaffi confiscated all the razors?

  85. 85
    Displaced Brummie says:

    The opportunity to be helpful should never be passed up.

    Well done.

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    jgm2 says:

    Ahhhh, that old trick. Get your retaliation in early. Accuse the opposition of the very tactic you yourself are employing.

    Like the Maximum Imbecile claiming he would never use his family to further his image (a sly dig apparently at Cameron) and then, the very next day, having his wife go up and introduce him at conference. Using his own wife as a human shield the horrible, wicked and malicious bastard.

    Same as Polly.

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    Col Nut says:

    There has been at least one report, from Misrata, of a father slitting the throats of his three young daughters because of the shame after they were raped by pro-Gaddafi forces. And how are women are represented in the transitional council?

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    Desperate Dan says:

    NHS £100billion
    Benefits £164bilion
    Quangoes £64billion
    Olympics £10billion+
    Legal Aid £3billion (the highest in the whole world)
    BBC £5billion

    I can’t make up my mind where to start cutting first.

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    anonymous says:

    the point is only the select few make the millions and the rest of us have to pay for it!!

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    Backwoodsman says:

    No, as previously suggested, polly deserves a far less pleasant end than that – she’s either a completely deluded fuckwit, or a knowingly hypocritical con woman.
    Reincarnation as an Egyptian brick workers donkey might be appropriate – teach her what hard work is.

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    Larry the Cat for PM says:

    Is it true Sion Simon porked Stephanie Flanders? That demonstrates shocking taste and poor judgement on her part.

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    anonymous says:

    very reasonable questions but will not be treated as such here – there are far too many tribal tories – do you know the tory party is innocent …. of everything ….?

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    Anonymous says:

    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says: September 2, 2011 at 10:01 am

    Who let you in? Labour even let cleaners into this country as skilled migrants.

    Tories sold houses as well and the rest of the assets this country owned, you weren’t here at that time.

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    anonymous says:

    day are der la

    youze don’t no noffin la

    dis ryme is mine der la

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    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Dunno, but i thought he shagged Chukas former bit Lucnia something.

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    Glyn H says:

    It does not show that at all. The woman is talking perfect sense – and I can still recall the absolute nonsense of Blunkett and the Heathrow tanks and Geoff ‘no we have not made a descision and therefore I will not equip the army with dessert gear’ Hoon. I would have 10 M/Bullers to one ‘Campbells mate’ Scarlett!

  97. 97
    AC1 says:

    Don’t choose just one, choose them all!

    Fiscal Sanity. The gameshow for every citizen!

  98. 98
    Osama the Nazarene says:

    Thank you Guido, your helpfulness is legendary.

  99. 99
    Spartacus says:

    If the clinton witch and cronies had not (successfully) destabilised the middle east, the west would not be plundering the oil wealth of these nations.

  100. 100
    Fed Up With It All says:

    I find it incredible that nobody in the Labour party had the guts to challenge him but were happy to go along with the status quo knowing full well the “problems”.

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    AC1 says:

    Not sure your figures stack up at all…

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    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:


    Its so nice that evreyday on here you remind us all the representitve views of the left.

    Mainly hate,smear and lie.

    You dont know how much this joy this brings to my heart.

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    Desperate Dan says:

    She’s not fussy. Ed’s had her as well.

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    BillyBob... says:

    Chop off ‘is knob the knob !!

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    Larry the Cat for PM says:

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    The real BBC is biased says:


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    BillyBob... says:

    Do we have any missiles left? Perhaps they were just coming to the end of their use by date?

  108. 108
    AC1 says:

    We’ve found a BBC watcher boys! Time for you to realise what a pile of crock the Power of Nightmares is, before it gets another bunch murdered on the Tube.

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    annette curton says:

    Reminds me of the classic Peter Cook sketch on the radio from about that time, outraged working class father hangs his head in shame in the community because son refuses to become a poet and is determined to work down the pit when he leaves school.

  110. 110
    Osama the Nazarene says:

    Why didn’t Bliar’s and Macaskill’s friends at BP not offer to provide oil to the freedom fighters? Because they were in hock to the dictator.

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    BillyBob... says:

    hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha nice one !

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    Sir William Waad says:

    Darling is really a very minor figure, an unsuccesful solicitor who found himself catapulted into a very senior position that he could not fill. He wasn’t expected to fill it, in fact – he was to be a patsy for Brown and Balls, who could take the blame if things went wrong.

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    Sir William Waad says:

    ‘Ad feminam’, attacks, surely?

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    Osama the Nazarene says:

    So Spartacus you were happy with the dictators running the Middle East. A happy “stability” for you eh? Lucky the peoples of the region thought otherwise.

    Happily the (clinton) witch is also helping to stop the flow of diesel to the Syrian army.

    No doubt you’d love to rebuild the Berlin Wall as well.

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    anonymous says:

    Gui*o is a Tory, that is why.

    that may be true but i think he’s more intelligent than that

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    I'm number vi says:

    I think she’s still cross after failing her 11+

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    Quantrill says:

    From answers given to the H of C earlier this year:
    Tomahawk £1.100,000
    Storm Shadow £790,000

    Capacity of Typhoon up to 10 missiles.
    Capacity of Tornado 2 Storm Shadow

    Strike missions flown by the RAF 1600 (DC radio 4 this morning)

    Number of planes flying on strike sorties probably two per sortie.

    Work it out and don’t forget the Tomahawks fired by submarine.

  118. 118
    Anonymous says:

    OMG – Sion Simon my former local MP. He was replaced by Harriet’s husband all the way from London to Birmingham (how did that happen on women’s only short list).

    Sion Simon – this bloke wants to be elected mayor of Birmingham.
    Most people in Birmingham I think do not him or any elected mayor.

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    I'm number vi says:

    He also taught economics – explains much…..

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    John Bellingham says:

    Possibly more telling is that the clearly amateur rabble in their toyota pick-ups that we are used to seeing on TV have suddenly given way to obviously trained troops in uniform with body armour tooled up with tanks, field artllery, rocket launchers etc.
    Wonder where they were hiding? Or did Gaddaffi’s chaps just change sides?

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    Sungei Patani says:

    Seems to have been quite successful bombing though.

  122. 122
    Sungei Patani says:

    Whatever has the school she went to got to do with opinions on terrorism? Because I went to both grammar and comprehensive schools does that make me more or less able to comment on topics of the day?

    In fact Eliza Manningham-Buller makes a very valid point that Tony Blair, supported by the Labour Party, caused an increase of Islam militancy both in the UK and overseas as a result of his criminal invasion of Iraq.

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    Sungei Patani says:

    Whatever has the school she went to got to do with opinions on terrorism? Because I went to both grammar and comprehensive schools does that make me more or less able to comment on topics of the day?

    In fact Eliza Manningham-Buller makes a very valid point that Tony Blair, supported by the Labour Party, caused an increase of Islam militancy both in the UK and overseas as a result of his criminal invasion of Iraq.

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    Quantrill says:

    Have you seen the large number of apparently new SLR L1A2 rifles now being used. Presumably given to them by our government while simultaneously arming our own troops with the ineffective SA80 peashooter.

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    F—sakes I would expect it to be, You have the Worlds largest and most sophisticated Military Machine NATO bombing Libya into the Dark ages. We did the same in IRAQ. Last Month internal attacks in IRAQ up 60%. The outcome may not be what is intended we shall have to wait and see.

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    Atar says:

    Siôn Simon = serial loser twat.

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    The Observer says:

    Don’t forget that Clinton also opened up Freddy Mack and Fanny Mae so that anyone could get a mortage (he was after votes as Labour was with immigration) and the banks crashed into this in a hell of a way.
    Now look at the mess in housing in the USA.

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    Tacitus says:

    Calm down dear after all this is a limited campaign and actually does good – far different to the forces being in Afghanistan and Iraq.
    Based on your dialogue you should be stalking Blair, Brown and that sheet metal worker / union guy that was in charge of the MOD – Oh and don’t forget BuffHoon

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    Tacitus says:

    Dear Oh Dear – that’s all we need some rantin’ nutter.
    I for one am disappointed in Cameron, as he is not showing any real courage.
    But lets be honest it is only one year, and those corrupt and incompetent Labour ministers and advisors had 13 years without opposition and plenty of support from the media and BBC. Yet they are still being taken seriously by tribal afflicted idiots.

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    Tacitus says:

    And don’t forget that sheet metal worker / union idiot in charge of the MOD.

  131. 131
    Sungei Patani says:

    The object of the bombing in Libya was to stop Gadaffi massacring his own people. He did not after the bombing started, hence mission accomplished.

    Iraq has nothing to do with it.

  132. 132
    The Observer says:

    Strangely they did not try it with Stalin either, though the ones that did have not had their bodies discovered.
    The “professional” advisor / politician class put their own career and party well above the needs of the country. Need for a culture change, but they are all still too busy feeding at the trough.

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    Mihail Dung Thompson of Bring Back Communism says:

    And we are going to create 2 new bunkers in Manchester and Glasgow where we will be welcomed by hordes of our left wing liberal supporters.
    The transfers may cost the public a lot of money, and we may have to dumb down the news and programmes to suit our new territories, but within a few years we will have the largest 5th column in the Western World, and be inviolate in sending out our loony unbiased and balanced propaganda.

  134. 134
    The Pundit Too says:

    They are all in mufti and looking after the children, which appears to be more than they do in UK.

  135. 135
    The Pundit Too says:

    Put this small activity against our forces costs in Iraq and Afghanistan and you get a big picture view.
    Also consider the waste – the latest report states that we lost troops due to lack of planning and resources from 2003 ie. incompetence by the generals and politicians.
    Based on your message you probably work for the MOD and are due to be cut???????

  136. 136
    More oxymorons for our time says:

    Homeless !!!!! They are supposed to be travellers FFS !!!!

  137. 137
    Breton says:

    Not trying to be helpful but trying to fuck over a fellow blogger. Nice.

  138. 138
    Sergei Brin says:

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