September 5th, 2011

Dave Twists the Labour/Libya Knife

The Prime Minister’s Spokesman told the Lobby this morning that Cameron wants an inquiry into allegations of extraordinary rendition of terror suspects:

“We’ve shown that we’re prepared to look at what happened in the past and ensure that way we behave stands up to scrutiny”

It’s at rare times like this that Labour must breathe a sigh of relief that Ed is their leader, rather than his brother – the former Foreign Secretary. This could get very messy for Labour and it’s an obvious open goal for the government. Though any inquiry should be given much more scope than just these allegations. Hague’s line at the weekend pretty much sums up the Tory position: The allegations “relate to a period under the previous government, so I have no knowledge of those.” Ouch…


192 Comments

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

    Gloves off!

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    • 3

      perhaps he should put John Cleese in charge with David Starkey checking for English

      http://londonmuslims.blogspot.com/2011/09/john-cleese-attacks-london-as-being-no.html

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      • 12
        AC1 says:

        London would be a much better place with less muslims.

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        • 32
          Right Said Fred says:

          Not just London…..

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        • 68

          Are any of you serious. We have invited Millions of Muslims into the country, then the Political Elite have decided with their Corrupt Press Mates to BOMB their families and attack their Countries, I know if the shoe was on the other Foot what I would be doing. Wake up Morons. It is us who have been had, YOU OWE THE BANKERS Thousands for the Bombs and Bullets. It was always about getting us into DEBT. Prohibition and the Drug business of Police State. Mexico Narco War State here we come. Wake up sleepy heads

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        • 88
          Fiscal Gerrymandering says:

          You guys are trying to distract from the main thread that all of the top Labour executive ran a duplicitous, mendacious, avaricious, machiavellian government.

          Read the following names

          Miliband, Harman, Balls, Byrne, Hain, Burnham, Cooper, Alexender, Jowell, Eagle, Abbott, Scotland and Falconer.

          Is there any one of them that you think on past performance would be the best person to run this country

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          • Lard Cholesterol Prescott says:

            What about me I ran the country once, didn’t I Tracy…errm… Pauline? WTF!!!

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          • Yes and that C–t Knows why we invaded Afghanistan. To secure a Smack business that the Taliban tried to Stop. Keeping a load of Swiss bank accounts full of Cash Robbed from little old ladies by a load of low life smack heads grassing and keeping a load of Coppers in work.
            Same Prohibition lie that feeds the State apparatus with the help of a load of PRESS COVERAGE.

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          • Anonymous says:

            That’s right it all started on 11 September 2001. George Bush was being driven to that elementary school in Sarasota Florida and thought to himself; “it’s a beautiful day but not much is going on in the world, I know just for fun I’m going to bomb the fuck out of Afghanistan.” Rage…. I’m glad you’ve finally cleared up why Bush attacked Afghanistan because I’ve never been able to work out what on earth prompted the attacks.

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          • MI6 says:

            Do some research and not out of the Sun newspaper please. The Worlds heroin Used to come from the Golden Triangle, Dumf–k now it comes from HELMAND PROVINCE. The heaviest Nato military Policed Area on the Planet. What the f–k do you think we are there for and dont reply with some shit you picked up from the Big Bro Corp. BBC for Knackers. Read the Politics of Heroin by Prof Alfred Mcoy. And then think about the Drugs now coming from Afgahinstan.

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        • 181
          Speller says:

          You mean “fewer”, don’t you? As in “London would be a better place with fewer bigots.” :)

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      • 13
        Sophie says:

        Bacon sandwich anyone? Mmmmmmmm.

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        • 46
          Abu Hamzandwich says:

          Install paired buckets of pork scratchings at all UK ports & airports. Arrivals must walk between them or turn round and go home again.

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          • Mike Hunt says:

            That’s good thinking.

            We could also bury a pig on every plot of land with building permission.

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          • I Hate Tesco AND the Pope says:

            Dead right, Abu. The same idea works with Romanies. Pour cow’s blood on a patch of land and no true Romany will live there or even visit. A genuine Romany told me that, so it must be true!

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      • 14
        The Watcher says:

        Put a fatwah on them…how dare anyone disagree with a Muslim from London….we still have free speech….which you yourself take full advantage of…in your rants against anyone who thinks different to you….

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        • 24
          London Geezer says:

          Too right…this person is filled with hatred and is the perfect representative of the Religion of Peace….

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        • 33
          John Fat Phwarr says:

          Are you saying I’m fat?
          Listen pal, I may be , not inconsiderably, and, let’s be clear about this, as I said before, and once again, and once again before, that, I , in my position as, cabinet minister for whatever I was minister for. Its been a long time and I forget. But I was there and I remember that it was decided that, in view of the circumstances and of the issues facing this great nation of ours, the nation of England ..and lets not forget Scotland and Wales too..And the other bit..What’s that again?..Cornwall is it? It don’t matter..As I was saying..this issue is ..

          {continues for 25 minutes}

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        • 123
          Tell it like it really is says:

          A coach of edl broke down in London at the weekend and was attacked by 100 muslims so the police arrested the people on the coach. Go figure, says everything that’s wrong with this country.

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      • 17
        Burkah says:

        London is Muslim……

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      • 19
        Jabba the Cat says:

        Cleese has got it pretty much spot on with the too many third world ‘efniks in Londinistan comment.

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        • 41
          Red Ken ( 'pond life' ) Livingscum says:

          With help from the Liebour ‘government’ I turned parts of inner London into Third World cesspits whilst I was mayor.

          Re-elect me in May 2012 and I’ll finish the job in outer London.

          Get those postal votes filled in !!! ( in quadruplicate if necessary )

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        • 130
          Tell it like it really is says:

          To repeat, a baby is born to an immigrant mother in London every 20 seconds, a triple amputee uk soldier is housed in a sixth floor flat and asylum (ha ha) seeking immigrants are housed in a million plus house at £3,000 per month.

          Just how much more abuse must the inhabitants, english, of this country take?

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          • Tell it like it really is says:

            Dear Guido – Could you consider, reconsider, the workings of your moderation system, whilst I understand you probably need some system when someone (me) posts only some factual comment it’s quite dispiriting to immediately see “Modded” but have no idea why.

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          • Nemo says:

            I concur

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      • 37
        AC1 says:

        put John Cleese in Charge of the Borders and Starkey in charge of deciding whether some religions are worth kicking out.

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      • 73
        Displaced Brummie says:

        London Muslim is a twit. He equates religion with Asian race.

        Yeah. How does that work with African or white Muslims?

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        • 84
          AC1 says:

          No, He just screams racist cos he’d losing the argument.

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          Hava Nagila says:

          He has also appropriated the Hindus and Sikhs (neither of whom have ever killed dozens of people in bombings in London) and sets himself up as their spokesman – for which I’m sure they’re very grateful.

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      • 83
        Sir William Waad says:

        Still, you can at least get edible cheap food, now. Jellied eels, anyone?

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      • 87
        Professor Henry Brubaker, Institute for Studies. says:

        Lame link to a lame blog.

        Jog on you vile little islamo fascist.

        On, but I agree with your idea of putting Cleese and Starkey in charge. Would be far better than some ‘entitled’ enemy in our midst.

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      • 92
        WVM says:

        For the fifty eighth fucking time!
        You really need to check your grammar there’s no such thing as a ‘London Muslim’ you are a ‘Muslim in London’. As for Mr Cleese’s comments I feel he has got it mostly right, but no doubt the MSM will turn on him at some point in the future for daring to speak his mind.

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      • 177
        efnik cleansing init says:

        asking why there are so few white people in London is like asking why there are so few Native Americans in New York. They’ve been ethnically cleansed, successive governments since 1945 engineered policy in favor of the seettlers and against the natives.

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    • 6
      Ed Balls says:

      So what?

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    • 53
      TAT's Skid Marked Y Fronts says:

      To Far to fast, To Far to fastTo Far to fastTo Far to fastTo Far to fastTo Far to fastTo Far to fastTo Far to fastTo Far to fastTo Far to fastTo Far to fastTo Far to fastTo Far to fastTo Far to fastTo Far to fastTo Far to fastTo Far to fastTo Far to fastTo Far to fastTo Far to fast

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    • 176
      M says:

      Did ed milliband just site one of the things needed for a civil society to grow was the “BBC”?

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

    O/T

    Guido

    There is already a “heffington post” http://heffingtonpost.com/

    Site to be relaunched soon?

    On Topic

    But if we reveal that were complicite in rendition then that will upset our American alies, they are still a bit pissed of Al-Megrhi.

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    • 90
      Archer Karcher says:

      The leader of our ‘American allies’ Omaha, thinks France is American ally numero uno. Oddly, Cameron imagines the French are our best buddies also and wants them to help ‘protect’ the UK and our worldwide interests.

      Only in a world gone completely, barking mad……..

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  3. 4
    Up sh1t creek says:

    More evidence for war crimes trial(s) against certain Labour politicians.

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    • 79

      The intelligence agencies are operating outside of any legal framework. That means that they can do anything at any time a bit of Torture too substantiate a story. If you water boarded Tony Bliar or George F—wit Bush how long it would take to get them to admit to 911. YEAH NOT LONG. Not the 183 times it took them to get a confession from the 911 attackers.

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      • 85
        Sir William Waad says:

        They confessed the first time. The other 182 were for fun.

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      • 93

        Was 911 a Foreign Flag operation.???????????? To have to torture someone that many times looks suspicious. Can I pull TONY BLIARS finger nails out as I am sure he knows something about the Death of KELLY, SMITH, and COOK. I wonder how many times you would have to water board him to admit it? ONCE ONLY.

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        • 160
          Nemo says:

          No I think less than that, just let him look at the pliers, point to him, at first a lot of bluster and whinging, when that does not work, he’d squeal

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      • 106
        Anonymous says:

        Standing up for 911 attackers is never a good starting point in an argument.

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    • 118
      Koba says:

      Labour were only following their “Ethical Foreign Policy”

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      • 151
        Grumpy Old Man says:

        Was that,”Ethnical Foreign Policy”,?

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        • 154
          Up sh1t creek says:

          The one that Robin Cook BS’ed about.

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          • The Observer says:

            Listening to the Labour sympathiser Shaun Ley on BBC radio World at One when he “interviewed” Jack Straw one could be in no doubt that the BBC’s agenda is to defend these incompetent and corrupt past Labour Ministers.
            He even lead Straw into how to answer his mild questions; and in the follow up news item it simply stated that Jack Straw approved of the investigation.
            Beggar’s belief as to how the BBC consider the public to be so retarded they do not know that Straw, Blair and Brown knew and approved rendition and gave instructions to the Libyans as to what questions to ask their prisoners.

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  4. 5
    Kered Ybretsae says:

    Round one. Seconds out!

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      so I said, ah screw it says:

      Come on, the enquiry will be thrown into the long grass, just incase cast iron is a one term has been ,they want their dirty washing opened up to public eyes.

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  5. 7
    Backstairs Billy says:

    Gaddafi is in Venezuela, you heard it here first!

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    • 26
      London Geezer says:

      Perhaps Chavez’s chum Ken Livinghell can be exiled there too……

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      • 51
        nell says:

        Can we send gordon to keep them company so saving ourselves that mp’s salary for the work he isn’t doing?!

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      so I said, ah screw it says:

      Gaddafi will be in Saudi in the mountains by Taif keeping cool.

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        Tax Payer Joe Public says:

        Taif also has a secure mental hospital, but sensibly the Saudi’s refused to take Jonah McDoom as he has the incurable rabies syndrome & is totally beyond any medical cure ! There is also a large population of baboons in the mountains of Taif they have been known to snatch young children from cars while people feed them scaps of food……

        Q how many pieces of ZanuLieLabor can be sent for rendition this way?

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  6. 8
    Bled White Taxpayer says:

    Can’t we just swap the Libyan terrorist for Gordon? Nice rest-of-life sunshine holiday on full board for Jonah in Guantanamo dictating his memoirs into a toy microphone, the guards can keep an eye on the Libyan on permanent remand in HMP Belmarsh, Sarah can go to live in Canterbury, and we’ll all be happy.

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    • 152
      Grumpy Old Man says:

      Waterboarding wouldn’t be necessary, Gordon would be so grateful that somebody wanted to listen to him he’d cough the lot.

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  7. 9
    Labour: The criminal party says:

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  8. 10
    non believer says:

    “I never hugged him, I bombed him”

    whilst I was letting Pinochet and Dennis spitroast me……

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  9. 11
    albacore says:

    BBC:”The commander of anti-government forces in Tripoli says he wants an apology from Britain and America for his transfer to a prison in Libya in 2004.”
    This is, of course, purely coincidental and has no bearing at all on Ostriches-R-Us’s new-found fervour.

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-14784365

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    • 135
      BBC News Editor says:

      We will of course blur the lines of this news story just enough to make sure the dimwitted public think it was the nasty Tories who sent prisoners to Libya to be tortured.

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  10. 15
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Rendition and torture V Phone hacking?

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    • 184
      BBC Drone says:

      Phone hacking is much worse. Expect a Panorama special exposing how Mr “P” ( a large Northener) once read an article in the Daily Mail

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  11. 16
    Enough! says:

    I smell the scent of Jane Pilgrim about this…

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  12. 18
    Mad Dog says:

    If you want to find me, I’m at the Brown’s house. No one ever goes there.
    Gordon Brown was Gordfather to my many children.

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  13. 19
    Sophie says:

    I thought Rusty Dave was going to concentrate on the problems here at home?

    Typcial heir to Blair – galavanting around killing civilians in vanity wars to build his legacy as a “statesman” – very Blair.

    He will be positioning humself as EU President next – Heath would be so proud of his son.

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    • 25
      Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

      Nothing compared to Blair, UN mandate before bombing.

      Mad Dog said he was going door to door to kill his people.

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      • 108
        Archer Karcher says:

        The UN Mandate was for a no fly zone, not bombing the shit out of civillians. No excuse for Cameron, he is just another ‘third way’ Blairite copycat and criminal, who’s new best friends, just happen to be AQ in Libya. You think Gadfly was bad? Wait and see how bad the clowns and butchers we have enabled are.

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    • 120
      Fiscal Gerrymandering says:

      Well done Sophie

      usual Labourist hogwash without a solution

      SO WHO DO YOU THINK OUT OF THE LABOUR SHADOW CABINET WOULD DO A BETTER JOB.

      Before you go on a spending spree, please bear in mind that even with the existing cuts, this government is already borrowing £400 million pounds every day. An effective marginal top tax rate of 58% is driving all the business brains and money out of the country which will hollow out the debt laden middle classes.

      How would Labour’s policy of further borrow and spend improve this.

      DEAREST SOPHIE, PLEASE LET ME KNOW AS I AM SURE YOU HAVE WORKED THIS ALL OUT, SEEING AS YOU WANT THE COALITION OUT SO BADLY

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  14. 21
    Pundit says:

    The more that comes out about 13 years of Labour the more we know that we were right all along. The country was being run by a gang of incompetent, corrupt, lying, money-grubbing, traitorous psychopaths.

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  15. 22
    Marcs Aurelius says:

    Well Liebore did have to show solidairity with its Socialist brother Col Gadhafi

    Perhaps that’s why mad Marxist Obama couldn[‘t suppor the uprising in Libya either?

    I wonder what Polly and the Guardianistas have to say?

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  16. 23

    Let’s be clear about this.
    David Miliband said at the time, and he said it later to anyone who would listen..

    He did not have sexual relations with that Harman women.

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  17. 27
    Sir Dando Tweakeshafte says:

    One hopes the rumours that Polly plans to retire at the year-end, to spend more time with her conscience, aren’t true – such a loss to the Gaiety of the Nation.

    But if so, she could probably use a ten-year inquiry into evading admissions of guilt to supplement all those pensions. Always assuming Andreas “But David Milliband Is Such A Genius” Witless Smith isn’t available, obviously.

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    • 39
      Polly Fickleby says:

      “Vote for Nick Clegg. He’s the one leader you can trust.”

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    • 77
      nell says:

      ++++Laugh++++

      pollytwaddle retiring to spend time with her conscience?!!

      She’d have to find one first.

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      • 157
        Grumpy Old Man says:

        Polly has a conscience- is just not as we know it.

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        • 191
          I Hate Tesco AND the Pope says:

          We made the same mistake on another post about Dimblebore. Polly is in the same category as he is – a complete waste of space and ultimately irrelevant. We should concentrate on dangerous wankers like Balls and Livingstone. Let’s get that Red Ken fucker now and remind everyone with a brain what a dangerous, devious, damaging shithead he really is. He’ll finish London off in his first year if he gets back in.

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    Penfold says:

    Oh dear how nice to see NuLab/OldLab getting its fingers dirty with the security services and dealing with unsavoury governments and dictators.
    But that’s realpolitik. Sometimes for the good of the country its necessary to do deals that you would not necessarily want to do, but the moral high ground cannot be taken and you mess about in the shit.
    Anyhow its good to be exposed, so that hypocrisy is a non-starter.

    Apropos doing the deal, here’s the realpolitik:-
    Speaking of brutal Nicaraguan dicatator Somoza, Harry Truman is supposed to have said “He’s a bastard, but he’s our bastard.”

    Oh well for a short term, Gadaffi was Labour’s bitch……………

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    • 150
      Anonymous says:

      If you think the Labour Party’s dealing with Gadaffi are bad just remember what some of them they were like with the Soviet Union.

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  19. 34
    nell says:

    Tell me again where is the money coming from that is feeding the private personal companies the last labour crew created ie davidmilibandltd, mandy’s global counsel, bliars secret companies hidden well away from public scrutiny and the office of gordon and sarah brown?

    It couldn’t be coming from murdering dictators anywhere could it?

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  20. 36
    Huhne by name, Huhne by nature says:

    I may be going down but I’ll make sure you pay a lot more for your energy before I do.

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  21. 44
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Can i just get this right, Everything that happens now is the present goverments fault , anything that happened under the last goverment was the Bankers/snow/Mudoch/Blair/America/medias fault but not the labour goverment?

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  22. 45
    Joe Average says:

    So, why is Clegg bossing Gove into setting up free schools in poor area only?

    People who live in average areas are being pissed on by Clegg, their children also deserve an education free of state interference. These average people are having their taxes hi-jacked.

    And why do the Liberals have a bigger say in how the Government is run, I thought they were equal partners?

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  23. 49

    Maybe Ed will use PMQs to call for another one of his many full, independent, judge-led, public enquiries into David Miliband’s involvement with Libya..

    Actually… he probably will.

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    • 60
      Displaced Brummie says:

      No, but just watch the fun when a Tory backbencher asks that very same question! Cameron will be so nice to Ed M and Ed D when he answers the question (the spontaneous, question, natch!) that you’ll see the welts from his niceness forming on their flesh as they squirm in their seats!

      Popcorn, anyone? Oh, and some of that orange juice that always tasted of plastic!

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  24. 50
    genghiz the kahn says:

    So Will what do you think of your Dad’s record as Foreign Secretary?

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  25. 52
    Displaced Brummie says:

    Oh, Labour! Shame!

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  26. 61
    bodo says:

    BBC Today R4, 8.10

    The Beeb just wouldn’t remind us who was in govt in 2003 and approved all these sordid deals. A full 12 minute article and it was all ‘OUR immoral dealings’ and ‘Did WE break the law?’
    I lost count of the number of times Humphries used ‘WE’ when he should have said ‘The Labour government’.

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    • 116
      Scopes says:

      That crippled twat Frank Gardner has weighed in on the Al-ja-Beeba website with more biased bullshit (http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-14784365):

      What these documents appear to show is that Britain was turning a blind eye to maltreatment, and that’s really the question that’s going to have to be answered by the government.

      They just can’t bring themselves to say which party were responsible for this can they?

      Let me rewrite that paragraph for you Frank;

      “What these documents appear to show is that the Labour government was turning a blind eye to maltreatment, and that’s really the question that’s going to have to be answered by the Labour politicians who were in government at the time.”

      There, that’s better.

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      • 174
        BBC auditor says:

        Not acceptable.
        We at the BBC have a reputation for left wing bias that we have worked far too hard to obtain over the last 20 years to destroy it by quoting unvarnished truth.
        Now if you mentioned that the rot in our secret services, police, education et al began with Thatcher and Reagan then I think we can put together enough material to do a 30 minute programme on star wars etc etc.
        It is not for nothing that we are known as Bring Back Communism.

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      • 182
        Orthopedic Surgeon says:

        Would you like to take a bullet on your spine and see how it feels? No, thought not.

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    • 155
      BBC News Editor says:

      At the BBC when we say “we” we of course mean the government run jointly by the Labour Party and BBC News. When we say “Thatcher”, “Major” or “Cameron” governments we mean the evil c*nts who have nearly destroyed the fabric of our great British society. I trust this clears up any misunderstanding.

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    • 172
      The Observer says:

      We also had that mad Dr of the Limp Dims who is attacking the issue of private schools stating on the Toady Programme, “the Government”, as if he is definately not a part of it. Of course he was not picked up on this.

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  27. 62
    Will says:

    I was stoned at the time.

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  28. 72
    Labour Spokesman says:

    It is now generally accepted that the responsible minister should resign in these cases. This is a Foreign Office issue and so Wiliam Hague should resign.

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    bergen says:

    Sadly,by the time any enquiry reports, Labour will be back in again (courtesy of a five year unrelenting propaganda campaign by the BBC) and they will bury it to concentrate on Coulsen,obviously the greatest political story for generations, although remaining silent on the strange case of his former employer and the Godfather of his children.

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  30. 82
    Farmer Giles says:

    But they stopped fox hunting.
    Now we are hunting the liebour rats.

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  31. 89
    Father Jack says:

    Feckin’ hell, first article on Al-beeba WatO with jack Strawman !!

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  32. 91
    Where's Gordon? says:

    Is Gordon turning up for work today?

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    • 102
      Gordon Brown says:

      I am writing my Reply to Mr So-Called Darling like on Blackadder. Sarah somebody says I must not use all the lav paper as somebody else might need it but I say Pooh! However if I press too hard my crayon goes right through so perhaps I will use my slate and chalk instead. Chapter 1 “I Meet A Numpty”.

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    • 115
      Alyingstare Darling says:

      He’s in the Commons’ library reading my new book.

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  33. 95
    Sir William Waad says:

    Labour: more extraordinary renditions than X Factor.

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  34. 98
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    How about “Inquiry TV” .

    Channel 1 Iraq inquiry

    Channel 2 Phone hacking inquiry

    channel 3 Lybia inquiry

    Channel 4 what is the point of parliament inquiry

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  35. 99
    WVM says:

    First comment of the day and I’ve been modbotted already, think I’ll leave it till tomorrow then. :(

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  36. 101
    nell says:

    Actually I feel terribly sorry for the milibands.

    Their grandfather and father came here fleeing WW2, penniless and homeless. And in one generation here are the two sons ed and david – millionaires!! And aiming for the highest offices in the land. What an amazing le ap of fortune!!

    And now davemilitwit and ceo of davidmilibandltd(tax dodge company) finds his old friends in libya have destroyed what chances he had of ripping the leadership of the labour party from his younger brother.

    And younger brother edmilitwit finds that darling’s memoirs, which have forever painted him with the label ‘son of failed brown’ and ‘member of brown’s malevolent cabal’ is robbed of any chance of taking his labour party back into government.

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    • 105
      T.B£iar - the People's Messiah says:

      From rags to riches to Liebour multi-millionaire.

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    • 112
      Sir William Waad says:

      Yes, but Old Man Miliband was a traitor who fought against his own country at the Battle of Warsaw, with the intention of subjecting it under the Russian Bolshevik heel. He failed at the time, although Stalin later succeeded by allying himself with You-know-who.

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    • 145
      Fiscal Gerrymandering says:

      Watch what happens when the grass roots Labour Party get hold of the Shadow Cabinet at the Conference in Liverpool from 25th to 29th September.

      Alistair Darling will be proclaimed as the only person not infected with Blair/Brown/Mandleson/Campbell disease.

      Job done

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  37. 104
    Steve Miliband says:

    Maybe the whole ‘lets invade Libya’ thing was just a cunning plan to show up Labour’s double dealing and lies. Or perhaps not.

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    • 109
      Great British Public says:

      Just wait for the next Liebour autobiography. It’s gradual revealing what a low-life, two-faced, grasping bunch of evil shits they all are.

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    • 158
      annette curton says:

      Nice idea but perhaps not, their cunning plans are usually more Baldrick than Blackadder.

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    • 159
      annette curton says:

      Nice idea, but perhaps not their cunning plans are usually more Baldrick than B**ckadder (ffs modidiot).

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      Roger moore and moore is 34 says:

      Billy
      OH is scary but true, however,
      You can live within a system and tell them them to go*** themselves
      I was caught carrying a pistol in feb ( I have previous)
      The result?
      Please take it home sir
      Their (you would spell that “there”) mindset is such that they cannot deal with the educated who do not give a fuck
      Leave them alone and tell them to leave you alone and you are OK
      Like TV licensing

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  39. 121
    Steve Miliband says:

    Is Miliband still on holiday? I find it difficult to tell.

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  40. 122
    I don't need no doctor says:

    Does Ed Miliband think labour went too far and too fast with the rendition of suspected terrorists to Lybia.

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  41. 124
    Gary Elsby says:

    The documents found show that very recently USA diplomats were in dialogue with Gaddafi regarding the UK’s role with Syria.
    SKY NEWS appears only to want to expose UK rendition flights (and not USA flights).
    Guido may be accused of a little bias in his line of thought but the bigger questions remain unchallenged.

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  42. 125
    Gordon Brown says:

    I am launching a new Party so that I can once more become our Glorious Leader.

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    • 143
      Roger moore and moore is 34 says:

      As you were such a political titan call it the TITANIC party

      Like you it will sink very very deeply

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  43. 127
    Gary Elsby says:

    I notice my comments ‘await moderation’.

    Just how I like it.

    Run rabbit run rabbit……………

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  44. 128
    nell says:

    ‘It is expected Mr Cameron will be questioned about the government’s links with libya and rendition when he addresses the House of Commons on Libya this afternoon’

    +++Laugh+++

    poor old beeb trying to make it look as though it’s all the coalition’s fault again.

    I wonder what sort of question rededmilitwit will be asking cameron in the HoC? and whether davemilitwit will do a gordonbrown disapp e aring act or have enough backbone to attend.

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    • 148
      Roger moore and moore is 34 says:

      Milliband needs a slap and Mr Speaker is married to a slapper

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    • 162
      Fish says:

      I’ve just had my demand for £145 from this shower of shit to help pay for another 12 months of lying, bias and fabrication.

      I’ve always gone along with paying up as a law abiding citizen, but given the blatant disregard for impartiality, I really resent having to pay it.

      Actually, perhaps I could just pay, say, £50 and opt out of the political levy.

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  45. 132
    I don't need no doctor says:

    The BBC – Never knowingly broadcasting the truth about labour.

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  46. 137
    Anonymous says:

    David Miliband is still accountable for his actions – he is a member of parliament and takes his WAGES and EXPENSES

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  47. 140
    Martin Day says:

    David Cameron is a shit….period.

    Many believe his situation contravenes the Military Covenant – enshrined in law in July

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  48. 142
    The BBC says:

    So what is the Coulson angle on this?

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    • 152
      Gordon Brown MP says:

      Rick Nobinson: Are any more suspects being tortured in foreign countries, Prime Minister?
      If not, is that a consequence of deep Tory cuts?

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  49. 161
    annette curton says:

    Burning question at BBC headquarters: Was any Libyans voice mail hacked by a NOTW employee?, send Knob and the Pest out to dig the dirt.

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  50. 175
    Lenin's Tomb says:

    Perhaps Wikileaks have some data?
    I notice the BBC never mention that the Gruniard have been blamed by Lesange for revealing codewords in contravention of their supposed agreement on leaks.

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    • 183
      Tell it like it really is says:

      Don’t be surprised – you should expect it as normal from the biased broadcassting corp.

      Like


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