October 18th, 2011

Ken Swills Champagne at Boris Bashing Book Launch

To the Corinthia Hotel for the launch of Sonia Purnell’s Just Boris, the unauthorised, but probably pretty intriguing, bio of the mayor. Who should walk in, but a man that used to go by that name…

“We’re going to go through it for every nugget we can find” Ken told a co-conspirator before grabbing a glass of champagne. “Right I’m off to find the Labour bloggers”, he said as he disappeared towards the tie-less section of the crowd…


191 Comments

  1. 1
    Tachybaptus says:

    ‘That used to go buy the name …’ How lucky his party can’t afford to any more.

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  2. 2
    Uncle Ken says:

    Nothing too good for the workers.

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      Mody Botty says:

      Red Ken – serial bonker
      Bonking Boris – serial bonker
      Both good entertainment value but should not be allowed to do things on their own, they must have their minders there to make sure that they do do anything silly.
      Gordy had his advisors and he turned out to be Balls, oh I give up what’s the use, they will just do their own thing, it’s the old problem who controls the controller when they don’t stick to the accepted rules.

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  3. 3
    David Climate Change says:

    Did Ken hatch from an egg or did he spring into the world fully formed?

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  4. 4
    Phantom says:

    Still putting the champagne in socialism.

    Labour bloggers huh? Doesn’t he mean union-funded sock puppets?

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    • 5
      Flatulent Veteran says:

      No, tax payer funded (through fraudulent ‘modernisation’ scheme).

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        Luciana Berger - who hasn't she shagged? says:

        Jail the lot of them! And then lets celebrate the brilliant funding ploy of their Tory equivalents in getting funding from the Israel lobby. Why cut spending if you can sell out to a foreign power?

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        • 38
          Cell time says:

          Having seen your complete absence of intelligence on Daily Politics I suspect the comment is ghost written.

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    • 25
      Fish says:

      Talking of Champagne Socialism, I see Gordo is neglecting his contituents yet again. Instead of scouring the beaches of Fife for strontium 90, he’s globe trotting once again, this time at another global financial conference.

      Now then, is that the third or fourth time he’s been off to these junkets this year (was the last one in was in Asia?).

      I think that it’s been recorded elswhere that Gordo doesn’t have great personal wealth, so just who is paying for these trips – does he have a donor /sponsor a la Werrity? If so who is it? and what is in it for them?

      Even if he is funding these trips himself, it would be good to know the purpose and value that this BACKBENCHER finds in these trips. Just who is he rubbing shoulders with and why?

      Not alleging anything, of course. Just asking.

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      • 28
        Luciana Berger - who hasn't she shagged? says:

        And what, exactly, is the complaint. We in Guildford are praying for someone to fund Anne Milton to pay an unescorted visit to Somalia.

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      • 62
        The Paragnostic says:

        It comes out of the Fife Care in the Community budget – they are desperately trying to shore up his salvatorial delusions in order to avoid a mass Nokia storm on the streets of Raith…

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      • 66
        sockpuppet #4 says:

        There won’t be an strontium 90. A teeny weeny bit of radium perhaps.

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  5. 6
    Aled Ballon says:

    Brother Ken – more axolotl than Aristotle

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  6. 15
    'Gypsy' Dave Cooper says:

    Livingslime is proof positive why socialists should be held in utter contempt.

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      Luciana Berger - who hasn't she shagged? says:

      I think you mean Utta Contempt – a little town in Pakistan. Excellent idea but I favour the construction of a new circle of hell where all politicians will be forever condemned to listen to Paxo droning on about his own merits.

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    • 79
      ichabod says:

      If I were Boris Johnson i’d take especial care over what I put out in the domestic waste bins, as it seems Livingstone is without scruples or self restraint . I expect Livingstone will also be considering hiring some snoopers to find out if there’s anything vaguely useable in a mud throwing campaign. There’s also bound to be a couple of friendly scribblers going thru. the Mayors political laundry basket. What a snide and sneaky little operator Livingstone is.

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  7. 16
    Jimmy says:

    “Right I’m off to find the labour bloggers”

    Giving us his second preference again.

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    • 153
      Marx out of ten says:

      There are Labour Bloggers? Do they have to do it by committee? Do 30 per cent of them have to be disadvantaged to do so? Do they know how to spell ‘champagne’? Do they…

      Oh, who cares. It will all be dross anyway.

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  8. 22
    genghiz the kahn says:

    Freeloader in search of a party.

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  9. 24
    Kevin T says:

    “We’re going to go through it for every nugget we can find” Ken told a co-conspirator

    LOL He could find King Solomons Mines in there, he’s still going to be in his shed looking after his newts next June. Sad, bitter little man.

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    • 32
      Luciana Berger - who hasn't she shagged? says:

      Seems a little pointless anyway given that nothing new about Boris can be more scandalous than is already in the public domain. Bunga bunga Boris!

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  10. 29
    True Finn says:

    Picture of Mr Ken Swills remind of politburo member at Tehtaankatu Soviet Embassy reception in 1979. They made him President of USSR.

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    • 122
      Anonymous says:

      Livingstone and that other Moscow line fifth columnist George Galloway have probably got a drawer full of medals for services rendered to the Soviet revolution. They should all be turned over the coals like Hancock

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  11. 31
    nell says:

    What is the matter with labour these days ?

    militwit jumping on pointless bandwagons making outrageous pointless demands that are never gonna be met. Livingstone spending all his time boris bashing.

    What happened to the days when labour had policies rather than blank sheets of papers and bottles of champagne?

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    • 36
      Old Etonian says:

      Golly, blank sheets and bottles of champagne takes me back to my schooldays doing EWs!

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    • 54
      Sleaze and Scandal in the Family says:

      Unfortunately the Tories are acting true to form as well

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      • 60
        nell says:

        Yes they are but they are still representing the interests they were representing in the 1900’s. Nothing wrong in that.

        Labour are no longer representing the interests they were formed to protect – you and I – the real working classes.

        Labour only kow tows now to the welfare benefit folk and the millions of government non-jobs that they created in the hope that these two factions would keep them in power and money on tap for champagned in perpetuity.

        We need a new political party to represenent the real working class of you and I.

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          oddly pedantic says:

          If I may quibble, most people in work nowadays are working in either some sort of clerical or managerial role, and/or are self-employed. The Trades Unions were a mass movement of – and for – mostly unskilled manual labourers.

          The cotton gins spin no more, the pits and smelting furnaces are closed and redeveloped for executive flats or heritage experience. Labour’s core membership has been offshored, along with the trades in which they were once employed.

          What’s left are nostalgists, social tourists and the tribally loyal.

          I agree that a new party is needed to cope with the likely collapse in the LibDem vote come 2015. Will you offer to be our new Boudicca?

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    Tuscan Tony says:

    No good ever comes of trying to explain the peccadilloes of Labour’s leaders to the followers: most of the know they need someone slippery and conniving to pretend to believe in their case and such people are usually of the ilk of Ken, Ed or Ed. Or even Neil.

    For the same reason it’s never suggested that unions might contemplate buying the coal mines, factories, mills, whatever and run them for their own benefit.

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    • 41

      Of course that is never contemplated. Otherwise it would not be with the bottomless pit of taxpayers’ money.

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    • 44
      nell says:

      The founding fathers of labour like keir hardie must be turning in their graves at this self serving troughing lot. in the late 19th century the emergence of the labour party was necessary to represent employees working in terrible conditions, whilst the liberals looked after business interests and the tories represented landed interests.

      none of the the current labour crew have the slightest interest or understanding of the contemporary working classes. They have no experience of real working conditions themselves having spent their entire life oerpaid and underworked in the westminster bubble.

      I’m beginning to think that the current labour party is in a slow death throe and that it’s time for the emergence of a new party that represents the interests of people who are in real paid employment as opposed to people who are on benefits or who are employed by the millions in government non-jobs.

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        Anonymous says:

        And when those non-jobs in the UK end, they fuck off to even better paid non accountable non-jobs in Europe.
        That’s why the current crop of Labour MP’s would never vote in favour of leaving Europe. It would be like turkeys voting for Christmas.

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          nell says:

          I do genuinely believe that the EU will eventually implode.

          I am hopeful it will happen in my lifetime but if it doesn’t I am absolutely certain that it will do so within this century.

          All things come to an end eventually. Even gravy trains.

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        If you can't remember the 70's, good luck! says:

        Working class needs redefining for these modern times, there is a new underclass that people appear to volunteer for quite readily

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    • 154

      Coal mines? Do any still exist?

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  13. 34
    Luciana Berger - who hasn't she shagged? says:

    Policies disappeared at the time of the historic Eton/Fettes agreement to share the government.

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  14. 35
    The Labour Party says:

    We love to quaff champagne as we talk about our grave concern for those living in poverty and what the baby eating Tories are doing to them.

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  15. 37
    UN Observer says:

    Ref the article on Mitchell

    Polly’s husband is a stuck up, private clubbing, fucking troughing hypocritcal swine

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    • 47
      nell says:

      You have to admire his impeccable taste for expensive venues like the Reform Club though don’t you?

      After all where else would you expect to find a socialist, especially one so closely associated to pollytwaddle, living off the taxpayer?

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      • 52
        Do as I say not as I do says:

        Her husband isn’t averse to sponging off the tax payer either. judging by his lavish expenses claims before he received a handsome £30,000 pay-off from the Audit Commission.

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  16. 39
    Mervyn "Inflation is Just a Blip and Will be 2% by Oct 2011" King says:

    You can hear me talk a load of bull on Jeff Randall on Sky News now.

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  17. 40
    BBC - Undermining Britain since 1922 says:

    Yes. Boris for PM. Might as well dance as the ship slides under.

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  18. 43
    Ramrod says:

    If the champagne’s free, you can’t blame him for drinking it. I would.

    But his biggest problem is turning up to a Boris book launch. He looks like he’s obsessed with Boris, as if he’s got nothing to do than chitter-chatter with a flute in his hand.

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    • 48
      nell says:

      Actually he does Boris a favour – the media pokes fun at ken trying to poke fun at Boris and gives Boris even better media coverage.

      Ken in the process just looks increasing like a bitter, pointless little man

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      • 67
        Andrew Efiong says:

        Where there’s free booze and cheap publicity, Ken is there!

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          kleegish says:

          As would you or I be, at least where the booze was concerned. And my father used to say don’t worry what they write about you so long as they’ve spelled your name correctly. Ken’s of that old school, it would seem.

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  19. 46

    George Moneybot is going a bit off-message for his tribe…

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  20. 49
    Jeffrey Bernard says:

    Ken Livingstone having a drink. It’s hardly news. Hic!

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  21. 55
    wait, what, have I got news for you. says:

    According to a reader comment in the telegraph Ken Lyingscum is a fond favourite of islamic terrorists.

    Is this true? anybody got any links or gossip. I know next to nothing about the Hunt cause his whinny voice makes me reach for the remote everytime he’s on the box.

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    • 175
      The Piss Soaked Tramp Formally Known As TAT! says:

      Type Ken Livingston and Yusuf Al-Qaradawi‎ into google and you will find the answers you seek.

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  23. 68

    Asta has had a pasta.

    And it doesn’t agree with him.

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  26. 80
    'Gypsy' Dave Cooper says:

    I’ve just drunk a bottle of Morgon, but the fear has re-appeared.

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  27. 85
    Matti Hevonen is the greatest Ice Hockey umpire ever! says:

    How you like my Finnis Monika?

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  28. 87
    albacore says:

    Ken was the first person to breed the Western Dwarf Clawed Frog Hymenochirus curtipes in captivity!
    I could wash my mouth out with bleach for saying so, but his Wikipedia entry is impressive, with even Boris singing his praises.
    Still, the old coot’s 66 now. What has he got left to contribute compared with a generation of spring chickens as talented and energetic as Dave?
    Which is all a load of old woffle as an excuse to sneak in the only topic worth talking about – will those bastards give us a referendum on Europe; and if they do, will they sabotage it with three options instead of a decisive IN or OUT?

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    • 108
      The Paragnostic says:

      Unfortunately, Ken’s politics point to his having ingested too much bufotoxin during his life.

      You get it by licking toads…

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      • 121
        Old Tory Bigot says:

        The avid licking of toads no doubt explains Ken’s meteoric rise from the ranks of the Labour Party.

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    • 141
      not a machine says:

      could title his new propoganda paper ” amphibian lover”

      still trying to work if you get a spying medal for being a 27yr old cutie and having sex with 65yr old lib dem MP, soviet version of spooks must be called “seedy creeps”

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  29. 93
    Anonymous says:

    Who is ken SWILLS anyway ?

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  30. 94
    I don't need no doctor says:

    Ken Livingstone is of no use to anyone. Go away Ken and do us all a favour.

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    • 103
      frog says:

      He’s useful to newts plus anything else that crawls along on it’s belly….ha ha that sounds like most of the shadow cabinet!

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    • 127
      kleegish says:

      No; they need him for the athletics events at the Olympics– he’s the javelin catcher.

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    • 139
      I've been promoted way beyond my capabilty!, Mervyn King says:

      He speaks for the Ugandan/Nigerian/Afghan community, so fuck off

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    Angry Bird says:

    Might as well give him the champagne now, he won’t be getting any next June (or champagne)!

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    • 100
      Red Ken ( 'pond life' ) Livingscum says:

      I am the anti-Boris Bollinger Bolshevik ! Postal vote me back into office !!

      Vote for Chaos, vote for Ken !

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  32. 101
    frog says:

    “Ken Swills Champagne at Boris Bashing Book Launch”

    Kevin Maguire will writing that up in his Daily Mirror column tomorrow….NOT!

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  33. 102
    balti dodging catholic Mancunian says:

    You cock sucking mongs
    Boreeese the meerkat is an invention
    An act
    His real named is Alex, thats what people call him as he splashes his Turkish Albino cum all over their faces
    On the plus side he knows how to treat lefties
    “Ken, when you have finished chipping off the skidders from the bog fuck off and get me a rack of lambwhilst I shag your baby mother, oh and polish my shoes “

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  34. 106
    newtaphobia says:

    Note sure, but is drift that Ken shags newts?

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    • 126
      Newt Gingrich says:

      I could use a shag long about now…or something…at least Ken would be paying attention to me, which no one else seems to be doing on my side of the pond…

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  35. 107
    Tom Badwind says:

    Bringing back Ken Livingscum as Mayor of London would be like bringing back Gormless Gordon as prime minister…..

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    • 110
      jgm2 says:

      Not so much a backward step as a backward marathon.

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    • 113
      Fabians are Evil says:

      Why is everyone talking bullshit?

      Western economies overheated because hundreds of millions of idiots were buying loads of unneeded ‘Stuff’ by way of cheap credit and lefty governments were very busy gerrymandering the socialist vote by way unaffordable ‘welfare’ spending -thereby living to an unsustainable standard of living both at the personal and national level.

      IMO there is no logic in trying to get people to buy ‘stuff’ again we just need to allow the market to adjust to a more ‘needs’ based economy – sure the short term stats will be ugly but we just need to live within our means. Perversely this reduction in the standard of living to an affordable level will also narrow the ‘poverty gap’.

      http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/financialcrisis/8835221/Mervyn-King-time-running-out-to-solve-world-economy-crisis.ht

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      • 116
        AC1 says:

        i.e. too much credit.
        y? It obscures the damage tax on incomes does.

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      • 125
        Tom Badwind says:

        It didn’t take long for the socialist slavemasters to convince the ‘wannabees’ that they should borrow on credit cards in order to get all the latest ‘must haves’.

        Liebour’s ‘Cool Britannia’ was actually Fool Britannia but, hey, the chickens didn’t come home to roost until 2007.

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        • 159
          sockpuppet #4 says:

          Did you write to your bank manager saying that.

          “I am sorry that I cannot pay back my credit card bills, its the fault of the socialist slavemasters, they also made me buy an iphone”.

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        • 185
          Cutit out says:

          Am I the only one here who still possesses that 1960s album ‘Fool Britannia’ with Tony Newly, Joan Collins and Peter Sellars taking the piss out of the establishment?

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    Engineer says:

    Hmm – this is the tenth thread today. Has Guido put Neo-Guido on piece-work?

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  37. 111
    not a machine says:

    Ken was probebely wanting to thank Boris for his michael footnote in his bio .

    Mervyn Kings speech was interesting , not too cryptic either , Insolvency is not caused because the borrowing dries up is it ……… that perhaps is called reality . I take it then that liquidity was borrowings then and not actual commercial flows . I thought it was the sort of scenario you would see after a sort of fabian ecnomic construct , but there is fraud and greed on a grand scale to consider . Could the ruins credit splurge now be looked at differently , I had assumed it was a pro euro election face saver , but with 70% of GDP in financial sector , it now looks more like the signature on the death of UK economy . I mean if the system was loaded with wonky globalised assetts , what better way to float them on a personal sea of credit , I mean did he not just put a booster on a wonk economy , so the banks could just hand out more ergo ending boom and bust ???.
    There is still the puzzle of what exactly he wanted to hide at RBS by not allowing any inspection of the books when it was nationalised , what was so shocking that we shouldnt be free to consider or see it ?? . Curtailing the bounus would have helped recapitalise it then so why was no action taken .

    Just been annouced 1.75 trillion euros has been found for bail out cough er sorry Insolvency rescue , but then in considering what Mervin had to say , you do wonder if anyone has quite grasped what the rebalance and sustainable ecnomics will look like , I mean if the EU and eurozone has no ecnomic model to change the ecnomic pattern into a sustainable one , whats the point in a massive bailout ? Is this not what happens when sovereign countries lose control of there economy to socialist centarlised lobbyists ?? i have not heard any reassurance of how the eurozone intends to keep its defcet down to pay for the bail out , why has Barroso not explained to eurozone members what it will be like .

    The reluctant recovery or the lying EU insolvency , wonder how it computes with Eds preditor prey theory , are debts/deficets not a stalking preditor to the tax payer ?

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    • 114
      AC1 says:

      Does you type that or are “you” are poorly programmed program that merely assembles bits of gabble?

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      • 136
        not a machine says:

        Harsh AC1 Harsh ………………… you know what its like you type with a torrent and occasionally miss gramatical and spelling errors and then click the post button ……. I thought regualr bloggers would be on a rewards scheme by now or is that what Billy is on ?

        One newspaper had “Cameron instructs torys to vote no to EU referendum” Eh ……. surely if its peoples debate (via peoples request) that should mean free vote . cast irony guarentee looks like daily mail , right minds has fired a round off .

        Didnt rate eds new shad treasury lady , and caught Lab again using rhetoric on another channel , without explaining what best solution is or how much you would need to borrow to ensure growth, I use the words ensure , as USA shows chucking money at this problem just adds to future generations to pay it off .

        Lord wolfson to offer £250k to anyone who can offer a solution to sort the Eurozone crisis out ! cut CAP , slim down EU overheads by 20% , make it do audited accounts , scrap MEPs , just have heads of government , use remaining money for main roads and railways projects

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      • 187
        Cutit out says:

        AC1 – as I keep warning – DALEK ALERT – why doesn’t someone unplug this contant stream of largely incoherent babble which seems to be produced on virtually every thread?

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  38. 115
    The Sunday Sun/The Sun on Sunday/Sunday! says:

    I was stillborn :(

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  39. 120
    The rest of the country says:

    Who gives a shit who the mayor of London is?

    What should be addressed is how the London political elite can decide who should be an MP outside of London and parachute their own kind in.

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    While Gordon's away says:

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    Jasmin Alibi Cunt says:

    What a sad old fucker Ken looks

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    • 147
      Rabelais says:

      Labour have gone from cocky self assured leaders like Blair to cocky self assured losers like Livingstone and Miliband. So much for the third way.

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  42. 140
    not a machine says:

    send a reporter out to protest square , “theres loads of people in hacker group anonymous masks (they were actually masks as used in the film V for vendetta)” copy right for origonal blogger old holborn , who uses them on tours of westminster on nov 5th . How many years has Old Holborn been blogging , with image? , never seen em on Anonymous group .

    he even brought a 5ft one used in film promo , was infront of curve of it being a classic for the ruins (and other bad politicians) rule

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    • 143
      albacore says:

      My vote goes to having a “Scream” mask compulsorily grafted to the face of every bastard MP.
      Except Harriet. Phwoar!

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    • 177
      The Piss Soaked Tramp Formally Known As TAT! says:

      Actually it’s documented that Anonymous used them before Old Holborn.

      P.S. If it’s anyone’s copywrite it will be Alan Moores.

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  43. 145
    Brownite says:

    I am short of a wee bit of cash.

    Could I come round to yae hoose and do a wee Bob-a-Jobbie?

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    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    “for the launch of Sonia Purnell’s”

    Is she related to James purnell, the former Labour Mp?

    O/T

    Morning Guido/Neo-Guido/fellow windowlickers/assortted trolls etc

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    fieldmouse says:

    Hooded Rent-a mob at Dale farm. Who needs masks?

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    • 163
      Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

      Never fails to amaze me how money can always be found to persecute and evict people !!

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      • 167
        Voice of Reason says:

        It never fails to amaze me how idiots think that the law can be broken with impunity. It also never fails to amaze me how supporters of the great unwashed and so-called persecuted would have a fit if these scumbags set up camp next to the supporters’ property.

        Well done the police in upholding the law and I hope they are recording pictures of the thugs who are throwing objects at thenm – and I hope they are dealt with in s similar manner as the recent rioters.

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      • 168
        nell says:

        You ever lived near a gyp sy encampment Bill?

        locked sheds and houses won’t keep them out or stop them taking what doesn’t belong to them. you’ll be plagued with children begging for money and when they move on the land they camped on will be littered with rubbish and human waste.

        they don’t pay taxes, they moonlight at various jobs and draw benefits, so live at our expense.

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      • 184
        Anonymous says:

        Why? was it allowed to grow so large before something had to be done

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    Today: the end of the world

    Tomorrow we have some interesting releases to keep an eye on…

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  47. 162
    Adam the Budgie says:

    Who’s a pretty boy then?

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    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    PMQS aint as much fun without Gordon.

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    Thickie pikey gyppoes piss me off says:

    We’re always told that gyppoes aren’t thick. The Dale Farm bunch used the court system to appeal the eviction but when the court ruled it could go ahead, they vowed to stay and fight. Can someone explain to these thick pikeys that they can’t use a legal route to get what they want and then ignore the decision because it didn’t go their way.

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      Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

      Yep!

      Note to Tory Mps.

      You serve your voters not the whips!

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        nell says:

        Exactly. This is a free country so what are the whips going to do if the tory mp’s vote en masse in favour of a referendum.

        note to mp’s – get a backbone!

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          The Piss Soaked Tramp Formally Known As TAT! says:

          What if they don’t vote en masse in favour of a referendum nell? oh dear looks like the dream will be over as you won’t be able to spin for the bunch of koonts anymore when 60% of the population want a referendum.

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      Well it's something says:

      Not a problem, when I do get chance to vote, then I certainly won’t be voting for blue labour, no if’s no but’s, Brown the nutter has gone, Camoron got in by the our votes for the Conservative party not the blue labour party.

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    Anonymous says:

    Above) Wine & Book Sniffing party, reading between the Lines ?

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    Bogeyman says:

    “We’re going to go through it for every nugget we can find”

    Nasty little shit, isn’t he?

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cynic says:

Can anyone help me? I went on holiday a week ago and returned to find someone has pulled out the stake and Gordon Brown is back and acting as Prime Minister. What did I miss? Has there been a snap election?


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