October 19th, 2011

Tory MP Wants Unpaid Slaves For Book Content Harvesting

Tall and tight MP Daniel Kawczynski is advertising for an unpaid intern on Westminster’s noticeboard W4MP:

“Following the success of his first book, ‘Seeking Gaddafi’, Daniel Kawczynski the Member of Parliament for Shrewsbury & Atcham, is writing his next book on another leading Arab country. He is looking for a person to help him research and write this book.”

His new book is on Saudi Arabia, and with the prospect of travel to the country, Guido can see why the job might be attractive to any budding young writer. But let him warn you, if Kawcynski’s past behaviour is anything to go by, this is nothing but a con…

When writing his last tome, Kawczynski held a similar recruitment process and sources suggest that there was possibly one intern “hired” for each chapter. Interns he “hired” were under the impression that they were the only one. Strangely many had a similar interview that ended up with them being asked to write a five thousand word essay on a particular Gaddafi-related angle. Those subjects bear an uncanny resemblance to the “Seeking Gaddafi” chapter list…

Weirdly, the writing style in the book isn’t what you might call consistent… 


266 Comments

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

    Oh dear.

    He wants something for nothing.

    Hunt!

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    • 2

      They are all cons, including the Cons.

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        Anonymous says:

        I think I saw him defending Fox on TV; another of Mrs T’s boys?

        Some thing for nothing; take Cameron £150,000, pension, £200,000 Jag, driver, 3 taxpayer funded houses, etc. What is he doing to deserve it?

        Those who wants to add Blair and Brown to the list, I am happy to ask the same question about them as well plus £25 million for Blair on top.

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      • 19
        L.Fox M.D. says:

        Does he bat for the other side? Scrummy!

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      • 240
        Astrid Prole says:

        Just another useless twat placed in a safe seat by a selection process that belongs in the 18th Century. If anyone in a proper job wanted to write a book they’d either have to do it their own time or leave their full time employment.
        He’s on the list to be the amongst the first against the wall when the revolution comes.

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    • 21
      Anonymous says:

      Money for nothing and chicks for free.

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      • 66
        Call Me Dave says:

        A mischievous “intern” could write a chapter containing a load of bollocks on some aspect of Saudi Arabia and Daniel “Scrabble” Kawczynski wouldn’t know.

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        • 177
          Matt says:

          I don’t suppose he would mind much, as long as it allowed him to keep buying that House of Commons wine…

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    • 24
      Anonymous says:

      He said: “First of all can I say that I have found Liam Fox to be a man of extraordinarily high work ethic.
      “He is a very hard-working MP and secretary of state and he is someone who I have found to be an honourable and decent man and so I am very disappointed about the whirlwind that the media and others are looking at in obviously making it very difficult for him at the moment.”
      Mr Kawczynski added: “You have to take the man by his pedigree. This is somebody who has throughout his political career acted in an honest, decent, open and transparent way and I think that should be taken into context.

      http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/defence/8816644/Labour-demands-independent-inquiry-into-Liam-Fox-row.html

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    • 25
      Tuscan Tony says:

      Looking at the random commas in the job description it might have been penned by the Neo-Guido himself.

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      Lady Virginia Droit de Seigneur says:

      Exactly the sort of approach one expect from the sleazy, spivvy, self-serving political class

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    • 239
      Dole Farm scribe [resting] says:

      Don’t we all. Would take the job but cannot afford the parking charges for my new Beemer in Central London.

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    • 257
      M says:

      It’s just the same way professors around all universities do “their” research , it’s just called a phd student (surely this not a surprise to anyone) . I guess it’s the political version of that.
      Remember , not having a clue about a subject doesn’t prevent anyone profiting from it

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  2. 3
    Voice of Reason says:

    Just another greedy basatrd MP. Nothing really changes. The guy is a rotten writer and depends on the creativity of others.

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    • 11
      Woodstein says:

      Guido, how about a round up each month of the something for nothing MPs who are too cheap to pay their interns the minimum wage? It would be much appreciated by those of us at the bottom of the ladder.

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      • 18
        AC1 says:

        Rent-seeker is the term you are looking for.

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      • 41

        I resent being tarred with the ALL MPs brush.
        I always pay the intern. I leave cash on her dressing table before going home to tell Mrs Quango about yet another marathon late night sitting at the House.

        And Gaston Willyfield-Farrington, the intern boy. He gets £2.50 for cleaning the motor. And if he can clean all 4 cars in hour then that’s well above minimum wage, isn’t it?

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  3. 4
    PK says:

    I’m a Tory……..but he looks like he’s a real twat.

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  4. 5
    Sir William Waad says:

    A perfect opportunity for somebody to write a piece for his book, where the initial letters of successive words read “Kawczynski is a tight-fisted Huhne”.

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    • 28
      stun says:

      ..and a magnificent challenge to find successive words starting with 7 consonants which look like a dodgy Scrabble hand

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    • 30
      Polish pensioner says:

      Sir WW

      The Polish people,in WWII (25% of the popution killed) gave ten times more than the “British”

      The world is not perfect but in Poland we believe and we create

      And we are fervent believers unlike you Barbarians and soon to be bankrupt and decacadent Western Europeans

      We fought and paid a huge price for our freedom in MILLIONS of people and then led the way with our martyrs in freeing EUROPE FROM COMMUNISM AND OPPPRESSION

      We work, unlike you, and we produce

      Get a life old boy and give uo the EU farm subsidies keep keep you subsidied at the expence of the people pople of Europe

      Then perhaps you will speak less arrogantly

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      • 93
        The Paragnostic says:

        I don’t think taking the piss out of Kawczynski is getting at the whole Polish nation – he’s just made a bit of a fool of himself and is deserving of a bit of ribbing.

        And most of us in the UK know we owe a debt of gratitude to the Poles who fought in WWII – not least for the insight they gave to the cracking of the German Enigma codes.

        Calm down!

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        • 109

          And don’t forget Polish Inverse Logic. I bought myself another HP 12c this year. I had used one for 30 years and it broke. I don’t do any of the financial calculations that I used to, since leaving banking when they got stupid, but I feel lost without one. PIL is wonderful to use as it gives you all the intermediate results.

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          • The Paragnostic says:

            Just been re-reading some stuff on Forth – it’s all reverse Polish notation and stack manipulation. The Fibonnaci generator is a work of art – about 10 instructions long and totally unreadable.

            Sad to say, that sort of thing still interests me – never could afford HP calculators at school, but a couple of the lads had fathers working at Hawker Siddley who ‘abstracted’ them from work…

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          • I am reminded of Russell and Whitehead slaving for 11 years to write Principia Mathematica. When they had completed it, the publishers demanded a contribution of £200, a vast sum in 1900, to print. They managed to get a donation of half that and stumped up £50 each themselves – after all that effort. Only six people were supposed to have read it, three of them being Polish. Only then did the paradox come to light… I possess a copy in which I discovered defeat on page 3.

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          • AC1 says:

            I’ve often thought the “empty*” fourth plinth of trafalgar square should be dedicated to either a Pole or Turing. Maybe both?

            *of anything decent

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          • Sir William Waad says:

            I’ve always understood that Whitehead did 90% of the work while Russell took 90% of the credit.

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      • 210
        Like Britain or fuck off out of it says:

        Dear Polish Pensioner,

        where is your gratitude? Britain declared war against Germany to come to your defence, so wind your fucking neck in.

        Secondly, Poland did not “give” its population to be killed; the Germans took them. It was not a sacrifice willing given in honour, it was a price paid through weakness.

        Thirdly, Britain has never been under either a fascist nor a communist tyranny. Whatever your dodgey claims may be about freeing europe, it did not affect us in Britain.

        Fourthly, we give vastly more money to europe than we get back in any subsidy you care to mention.

        If you think we are barbarians, feel free to fuck of back to Poland.

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      • 220
        Osama the Nazarene says:

        I wouldn’t doubt the Polish work ethic but in the recent Polish election it was a given that every Polish party expected to gorge itself from an enlarged EU budget.

        What is more most parties were hoping to join the crumbling Euro, though the eventual winning party did put an interesting caveat onto this by stating that they would only join if all of the exisitng members could show that they had not cooked the books prior to joining it!

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      • 251
        Sir William Waad says:

        Indeed, and no insult to Poland or its people was intended, but I dare say you also have venal politicians. It is one reason why I think the conduct of Ed Miliband’s grandfather was so shameful, betraying his people when they had the chance of independence and fighting against them at the Battle of Warsaw.

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    • 64
      The Paragnostic says:

      Frankly, unless Cap’n Kawczynski offers free food, we’d waver.

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  5. 6
    Gordon Brown says:

    I wrote the chapter on Gaddafi’s courage.
    And the one that said he totally agreed that I saved the world beyond the crash.

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      Shailesh Gulani says:

      And Mandelson wrote the Chapter about Megrahi and the BP oil contracts.

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      • 47
        Lord John Prescott of Pie'n'chips says:

        In so far as I wrote the words that appeared in the chapter, and a very good chapter it was , about the things that I said , and did, and even the things that were left unsaid, and to be candid, when a government has been in power a long time, well..then there’s bound to be few differences ..and words..maybe even strong words..but all between friends..I mean..when I put David Miliband in a headlock and threatened to box his ears if he wouldn’t agree with Gordon about Lisbon, well, that were just a little bit of fun. And you’ve got have fun, haven’t you..Ask Tracey..she liked a bit of fun. Didn’t get much though..
        Anyway, as I were saying, the chapter that that bloke ghost wrote for me, about Qaddafi’s bulimia, well I wrote that..and I’m very proud of it.

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        Lord John Prescott of Pie'n'chips says:

        In so far as I wrote the words that were in the chapter, and a very good chapter it was , about the things that I said , and did, and even the things that were left unsaid, and to be candid, when a government has been in power a long time, well..then there’s bound to be few differences ..and words..maybe even strong words..but all between friends..I mean..when I put David Miliband in a headlock and threatened to box his ears if he wouldn’t agree with Gordon about Lisbon, well, that were just a little bit of fun. And you’ve got have fun, haven’t you..Ask Tracey..she liked a bit of fun. Didn’t get much though..
        Anyway, as I were saying, the chapter that that bloke ghost wrote for me, about Qaddafi’s bulimia, well I wrote that..and I’m very proud of it.

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  6. 7
    Senator Bloodn' Gore, says:

    Seems the lastest bunch of Tories are actually New Labour in disguise including that complete tosser Cameron and I am a Tory (God Bless Lady T etc.).

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    If you can get some one else to write it, and for free, go for it. I was worried he was going to ask me to work under him, now that would have been off putting.

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    A Silent Emission of Bowel Gas says:

    As a writer myself, I was about to say that the only creature lower than a person who steals a struggling writer’s talent is a politician.

    Coincidence, eh?

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  9. 12
    Bill Ericky says:

    What a shyster. He’ll go far in politics.

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  10. 13
    Anonymous says:

    Johann Hari would be so proud…

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  11. 14
    Anonymous says:

    Kurva.

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  12. 15
    Kered Ybretsae says:

    Sounds a wee bit dodgy and slightly dishonourable. But this sort of thing seems to be the international norm.

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  13. 17
    gojam says:

    Didn’t anyone sue ?

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  14. 21
    kleegish says:

    What is it they say about politicians– if they ever had an original thought it died a lonely death? And yes, any other posters, I do appreciate the irony that mine is an unoriginal thought.

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  15. 29
    Hugh Mann-Wright says:

    Something that costs nothing is worth exactly that.

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  16. 36
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Is Gordon in india?

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  17. 38
    Wreckless_Eric says:

    The more starving they are the more willing you’d expect them to be to work for nothing.

    Where else would you get the opportunity of seeing your own work in print free of charge?

    What’s the gaffe for just getting the poor to help themselves?

    Money? That will cone later!

    Look! We’re even printing some!

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  18. 39

    Anyone listened to Mrs Dale’s Diary today?

    An everyday story of country folk…

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  19. 42
    Well it's something says:

    Interesting I presume his book will have a chapter on Mecca, I hope he picks a muslim to go with himand lets him do that bit otherwise chop square in Jeddah on a friday is not a place to go for a haircut.

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  20. 43
    Cato Street Conspirator says:

    Kawczynski – great supporter of Fox, so not unexpected.

    ‘Conservative MP Daniel Kawczynski, who supported Mr Fox in his bid to become Tory leader in 2005, said he thought the defence secretary could survive in the Cabinet.
    “He is a very hard working MP and secretary of state and he is someone who I have found to be an honourable and decent man, and so I am very disappointed about the whirlwind that the media and others are looking at in obviously making it very difficult for him at the moment,” he told BBC Radio 4’s The World This Weekend.’

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  21. 45
    Foxs mince says:

    This prat thought he would improve his ‘star rating’ by leaping to Fox’s defence on tv..well he might want to change his allegience now….as might all the crap who kept telling us last week that Fox was the original ‘angel deligh!,

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  22. 49
    Lord John Prescott of Pie'n'chips says:

    I read a book once.

    I think I can remember…yes..its coming..yes…it was a yellow one!

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  23. 58
    Captain cock says:

    Do a search on W4MP and literally every Tory MP is looking for something for nothing. I once called the office of a former Tory Cabinet member for work experience, expecting to do a stint while at Uni for a few days a week out of my own pocket for say 6 weeks. His temp PA said that unless I was willing to relocate and work full time for five days a week, unpaid and wait for it…….for 3 MONTHS, then I could F off. So I fked off. I was told it has to be 3 months because of the effort req for security clearance/passes. Plus they seem to believe that I, nor them would get much out of it unless it is at least 3 months. I made three phone calls and they all applied the 3 month rule. Interesting bec I have been told that most MPs just treat you as a shoe shiner, so who cares if it is 3 months or 3 weeks.

    As for Dan…I hope that he cites his sources!

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  24. 59
    goto100 says:

    Shouldn’t this be tagged with “twat watch” . I mean, this guy appears to be a total twat, doesn’t he?

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  25. 65
    BillyBob... says:

    Does he want an intern who is young, blonde and attractive ??

    Durty Barsteward !!

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  26. 68
    Shropshire Lad is not impressed says:

    Churchill paid his team of researchers and credited them with their work. However this man sounds like a shyster.

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  27. 69
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Guido Fawkes is to investigate allegations Liam Fox let his “bum chum” friend Adam Werritty live rent free and run a business from a property funded by his parliamentary allowances.

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  28. 70
    not a machine says:

    mmm yes not citiing sources is the most horrid abuse .

    dont know if this source was any good but wondered if John mann can recall any lobbying for an electronic device that was used in schools when labour were in government.

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    • 72
      not a machine says:

      correction electronic langauge translation device

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      • 77
        The Paragnostic says:

        No, but would you mind if I used some of your posts as word sources for my latest project?

        I’m trying to create an automated Order-Order comment generator using a recursive transition network, and your stream-of-consciousness style is ideally suited as a model. RTNs aren’t noted for their ability to make sense, and I fear that attempting to model Bill Quango or Schrödiger’s Cat might be too much for a first effort.

        In true Interweb style, it’s going to be called Tat’s Always Transitive :-)

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  29. 74
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Chris Huhne is playing a blinder !

    Government minister Huhne has told the Commons he backs a motion – attacking Government cuts

    In a debate a on electricity and gas prices today, Chris Huhne said “there is nothing we disagree with” in a Labour motion.

    But the motion attacks Government cuts which will leave millions struggling to heat their homes and calls for urgent reform of the energy market.

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    • 83
      The Paragnostic says:

      News today that the ‘carbon capture’ initiative has all but died a death – it seems that it would cost too much to build the pipelines to send the CO2 back down the dead North Sea wells. It’s on the BBC website, but I can’t be arsed to link to the benders.

      Call me stupid, but how did they get the fucking oil out in the first place?

      Twats.

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      • 101
        Engineer says:

        Can’t necessarily use the same pipes.

        Compressed carbon dioxide is quite corrosive to some grades of steel. It may also be that iol pipelines may not be rated to the pressures required of the ooutgoing Carbon Dioxide.

        Suspect there may be one or two other problems, as well. It’s been whispered in the engineering press that to clean and compress the full output of a large power station would require about 25% of that station’s electrical output to run he CCS plant, for example. Strongly suspect that possible geological pitfalls exist as well.

        (Apart from that, why bury plant food at all?)

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        • 108
          The Paragnostic says:

          Didn’t know supercritical CO2 dissolved steel – I know it’s a great solvent for volatile organics, but then the target of not releasing plant food wouldn’t be met.

          Wondered about the power needed to compress – 25% sounds plausible though, and lots of cooling would be needed as well.

          It’s annoyed the Greenies and the WWF though, so it can’t be all bad.

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  30. 76
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

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  31. 82
    The Prime Minster says:

    Sir Lankans are a much better source of Labour

    ROFL

    (We learnt in all at Eton)

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    • 85
      UN Human Rights Observer says:

      They are superb nannies and domestics

      Especially of you pay them noithing….

      And confiscate theur paspsorts

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    • 110
      The Paragnostic says:

      “Sri Lankans are a much better source of Labour postal votes

      There – fixed it for you.

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  32. 86
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

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  33. 87
    Well it's something says:

    Hope Camoron understands, he don’t ,we won’t.

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  34. 88
    Cressida's Dick says:

    From Cameron, expect a 3 line whip. Tosser.
    Any Tory MP who doesn’t stick 2 fingers up to him. Tosser.
    Hague, from hero to zero. Tosser.
    Millimong when presented with an opportunity to split the Tories down the middle, backs away. Tosser.
    Clegg, in who’s manifesto it was, keeps quiet. Tosser.

    You can run Cameron but you can’t hide. Fix the vote if you like, the one that matters is in 2015 when your treachery will be amply rewarded. UKIP took your overall majority last time, next time it’ll be much worse.

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    • 90
      Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

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    • 95
      Well it's something says:

      It’s a long way to 2015 if Camoron doesn’t allow a referendum, a lot of pressure can be put on to the political parties, like, you don’t we certainly won’t vote for you, local or otherwise, we helped to rid of ourselves of Broon crap just, so we can do the same to you.

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      • 97
        Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

        We have 5 days to influence MPS before the vote, whips are in a panic.

        If not now, when?

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        • 104
          Well it's something says:

          Text your local MP , just say if you say no to a referendum, I will say no to you when we get a chance to vote, it appears there is no difference in Brown slipping off the following day to sign us up to a tax slavery and Camoron saying no to a referendum which could go either way.

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        • 120
          stun says:

          Dear Gregory Barker,

          Next Monday, brought forward from a date later in the week, there will finally be an opportunity for our elected representatives to put the European issue to bed for a long time, much in the way that the (daft) AV proposal was voted down by an overwhelming majority of the electorate. Now that we have all had experience with the AV vote – which got a decent turnout – it would be undemocratic not to allow the population to engage in a proper debate about the UK’s relationship with Europe. I would very much hope that you will vote in favour of a more democratic process than currently appears to be taking place, and would be interested to know whether you are taking into account the opinions of your constituents. My own (completely unscientific) survey is that people in the constituency overwhelmingly want to be given a say, with the majority looking at option (C), some at (B) and very few opting for the status quo.

          Whatever your beliefs are in terms of the UK’s relationship with Europe, I do believe that the concerns of your constituents about having a democratic say in the now massively important role that the EU has should be paramount, and would urge you to vote in favour of a referendum. Let the people make the choice, on an informed basis.

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        • 141
          Episcopal Choirboy says:

          And at the end of 5 days

          They will pull down their drawers

          And to roars of applause

          They will pump their “Episcopa”l sperm in you…

          …..

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          • Anonymous says:

            They’re in a panic because they know full well that the majority of the decent law-abiding,tax-paying,election-voting public would vote to leave the EU tomorrow.

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        • 143
          Bent and stupid MP says:

          Never…

          have you never lived. Billy?

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    • 96
      Caligula himself says:

      Cameron is not a Prime Minioter

      He started as a young spinner and will end as a dscredited older spinner

      The weakest and most insiginfiant Prime Minister ever

      At least Brown was (and is) as mad as a best of Salvador Dali’s (unsigned) paintings…

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      • 148
        Dame Liam fox a sincere apology says:

        A good point well made
        You just know That frey bentos face Cameron would rifle through the pockets of his guests coats and rummage down the back of the sofas for spare change as everybody slept followed by fucking some chaps dog in the boot room

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    • 124
      I don't need no doctor says:

      Calm down dear.

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  35. 91
    Caligula's hoss says:

    Mr Daniel Kawczynski appears to have forgotten where he came from and what the Polish People have suffered

    A true member of the post conservative, nihilist party of Mr Cameron

    Which believes in nothing apart from their 15 minutes of spin doctored amoral fame

    That is where we are my friends

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    Friedrich August von Hayek (8 May 1899, Vienna – 23 March 1992, Fribourg, Switzerland) says:

    Here are the speding cuts

    FFS

    The British Government has been a bunch of irresponsible hooligans since my friend Mrs Thatcher left

    It will end in tears, you fools, and you know it….

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  37. 103
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

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    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

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    • 123
      The Paragnostic says:

      I notice my MP, Gerald ‘Action Man’ Howarth, isn’t on the list – shortarsed twat that he is.

      Mind you, he’s been keeping his head down since being slapped down over the Nepalese question – no housing left in Aldershot/Farnborough as it’s all taken by extended families, GP surgeries overflowing, Rushmoor council running out of cash, etc. etc.

      And it’s not bigotry – I’m only bigoted against Jocks and socialists.

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  39. 116
    Dame Liam fox a sincere apology says:

    Now you know how j** & H feel you fat whog

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  40. 117
    True Finn says:

    Today guy tell me TAT make nice girlfriend. Is TAT with big TITs?

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  41. 120
    Sue Lander says:

    Another something for nothing c’unt. He should pay for researchers and credit them for their contribution to his book. It is unacceptable to just take someone elses ideas, research etc, take all the credit for them and keep all the profits.

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    • 156
      Wideo alert says:

      No his “Researchers” should be paid an authors royalty whilst he should be paid as an admin clerk who sents the papers off to the publishers.

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    • 256
      jgm2 says:

      Usual gig. My brother’s MSc turned up verbatim at some government consultation exercise with just his name rubbed out and professor Fucknuckle’s inserted. He wasn’t credited either.

      But his professor did get a shit-load of cash for the ‘research’ he’d done.

      The c*unt.

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  42. 122
    I don't need no doctor says:

    It’s a bit like the so called travellers at Dale Farm. Something for nothing sums them up.
    Pay no council tax.
    Pay no fuel (electricity and gas).
    Pay no income tax.
    Pay no road license fund tax.
    Pay no tv license fee.
    Why doesn’t the media ask these questions. The BBC won’t as they get everything for nothing from the license fee payer.

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    • 132
      nell says:

      Don’t forget the ‘and get paid benefits’ whilst having no fixed address and earning a secret living from moonlighting.

      Laughable that one of those up-market anarchists with a posh oxford accent this morning complained that the police were being paid millions to remove these people from this illegal camp – no love taxpayers are losing millions because of these people’s illegal actions and no 99% of us don’t support them. In fact if the stupid woman had bothered to look on Sky this morning she would have found that only 9% supported the dale farm people and 91% felt they should be removed.

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      • 182
        Anonymous says:

        Where are all the male travellers?
        Conspicious by their absence throughout this whole expensive saga.
        BBC newsreader Joanna Gosling did a decent job of interviewing some American woman who professed to be a “human rights expert” from a Kent university earlier this evening.

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        • 253
          jgm2 says:

          Tarmaccing drives for widows in their ’80s. Badly. At extortionate rates. For cash.

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        • 254
          jgm2 says:

          Tarmaccing dr*i*v*es for widows in their ’80s. Badly. At extortionate rates. For cash.

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        • 255
          jgm2 says:

          Saw some c*unt of a woman allegedly from the UN commission on racism or somesuch bollocks talking utter c*unt-speak on TV last night.

          Roll on the day when you can reach into the TV and shake the c*unts by their throat until they’re dead – like a terrier with a rat. Fucking horrible soulless, pencil-lipped c*unt of a c*unt. And that’s being generous.

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    nell says:

    Well you have to admit it’s an easy way to make extra cash if you can get a number of useful idiots to research and write a chapter each on a subject that you choose and then you publish it as a book in your own name.

    plagiarism and harikariwhatsisname come to mind.

    I think mikehancock should ask each of his foreign young ladies to write a chapter on their experiences with a british mp and how much money he paid them and then he should publish it under the title ‘exploitation’. It would no doubt provide him a useful pension pot as he slinks into the murk of old age.

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    • 130
      Le Monde correspondent says:

      Especially if you don’t believe a word they write

      the British Population must be struck by collective madness to put up with all this shyt…

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      • 153
        nell says:

        I suspect the British public will re@ct to his book much the same way they re@ct to the one’s gordon brown writes.

        About 25 supporters buy up about 50 to 100 of them when they are first printed in the hope of f00ling the market that they are selling fast and then when the ru se fails the rest end up in Amazon’s bargain basement for 1p.

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  44. 131
    Dame Liam fox a sincere apology says:

    ME AT PRESIDENT O;BUMMERS BIRTHDAY BASH

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  45. 144
    Dame Liam fox a sincere apology says:

    Tory seeks internal help

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  46. 145
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    The press was going to decive us!

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  47. 154
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    An irish man and his son went to the zoo, a sign says “feed the elephant a bun to get your age”. The little boy gives the elephant a bun and it stamps it’s foot 6 times.”wow” says the boy “that’s right i am 6, you have a go dad”. The irish chap gives the elephant a bun . . . A moment later the elephant farts and stamps twice “be jesus that’s right” said the father “i am farty two !”

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  48. 158
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Guido, we have a 5 day window, the whips are in panic mode, we need a left and right united campiagn to get a referendum, forget the pro v anti debate, we need the referendum!

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    • 161
      Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

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      • 164
        nell says:

        I suspect you’ll get more people to this rally than the ukuncut anarchist protests against capitalism.

        Just trying to think who might turn up to oppose it. There’s always someone.

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        • 166
          Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

          We need a platform (media- Looks at Guido :-) ) we need support!

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          • nell says:

            Perhaps Bill you need several diverse approaches.

            Through Facebook someone should try and get a letter/email going from constituents to MP’s of all political parties asking

            a) are you going to vote for the electorate to have a say in whether we should be in or out of the EU?

            or

            b) are you going to vote for the electorate to have say in whether the UK terms in the EU are renegotiated?

            If not , as one of your constituents, I would like to know what your reasons are for denying me such a choice.

            Can’t be too difficult to generate a few hundred or so emails to each of the 600 or so mp’s troughing away in westminster hoping in the furthest reaches of their lazy minds to one day get that EU job like the kinnochios that will give them a pension they can only dream of.

            Then there’s that blackberry thing by which you are supposed to be able to generate loadsa people on the streets for any given purpose – not sure how it works but I guess someone knows.

            And what about your very own Twitter – surely one could get some support going for a demo through that?

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          • Billy's Dirty Arse says:

            You need a good kicking you twat

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          • Dr Whom says:

            Nell, careful, some blokes just got 4 years for incitement!

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  49. 160
    Dumbledore's Rent Boy says:

    This dodge is standard practice at universities.

    Prof Arsenut insists [as a key element of his support] grad students to turn each chapter of their PhD theses into a refereed journal article or conference paper. On acceptance, Prof Arsenut attaches his name as a co-author and thus fraudulently inflates his academic publishing record.

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  50. 165
    Dr Liam Fox says:

    Adam Werritty came home with a vibrator, started waving it about and screamed, “I don’t need you now! I don’t need you now!”

    Guess who had to put the batteries in.

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  51. 168
    John Shade says:

    It’s all my own work!

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  52. 169
    sanelynch says:

    You seem to be kicking off quite a bit about interns Guido. By the way, how’s your own personal slave getting on? http://www.w4mp.org/html/personnel/jobs/disp_job.asp?ref=30715

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  53. 182
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    For Sale: One caravan, never moved, slightly scorched, stinks of piss.

    Contact Paddy.

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    • 198
      Tessa Tickles says:

      You see, it’s the “never moved” bit that gets me.

      I thought these subhuman scum were “travellers”.

      But they never move.

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  54. 191
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

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  55. 192

    “A once great institution in Westminster had descended into little more than a club house for desperate talentless freeloaders.”

    Could not put it better myself.

    http://tinyurl.com/63cnp64

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  56. 193
    Bin Laden says:

    Sounds like a Capt’n Bob in the making.
    Both seem to have roots in Central Europe too….

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  57. 202
    The Paragnostic says:

    Looks like Mossad are at the Stuxnet game again, only targeting European SCADA systems this time…

    http://tinyurl.com/65so277

    Be afraid. Be very afraid.

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  58. 203
    The Paragnostic says:

    Looks like Mossad are at the Stuxnet game again, only targeting European SCADA systems this time…

    http://tinyurl.com/65so277

    Be afraid. Be very afraid.

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      Unpronouncable Academicals says:

      One load of acronyms is planning to do something about another load of acronyms.

      We have nothing to fear but fear itself.

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    • 242
      Orthognostic says:

      I share your views on the Zeeonistas, Para, but this son of Stuxnet is more likely to be a return-to-sender incident. See:

      Sending Stuxnet into Iran was one of the most idiotic things Mossad have done, and has made us all very much more vulnerable than before.

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  59. 207
    Anyone British left in Britain? says:

    Is he one of the Berkshire Kawczynskis?

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  60. 211
    Billy Bowden in the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    You can sign up to follow me on twitter

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    • 215
      The Paragnostic says:

      Would do, but I don’t tweet – well, not under this handle, anyway.

      I’m really Stephen Fry’s undescended left testicle.

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    • 221
      AC1 says:

      Does that mean we won’t be enjoying your political and economic insights here?

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  61. 217
    Rent A Mob Company says:

    Do you want to bash the bankers? Do you want to rage against travellers rights not to travel?. Do you want to cut the cuts? Or just suffering PMT and need an outlet? Well give Rent A Mob a call and for £50 per protester you can protest from the comfort of your home. The armchair protester can make their point without all the fights, chanting, petrol bombs, glass smashing and punching a policeman. It is simple, call Rent A Mob and they will contact a brainwashed and unwashed sheep and enrage them with Marxist theories then give them the bus times to the nearest protest points. No hassle. No extra costs. You get to make your point without the fear of being water cannoned or arrested and we make lots of dosh. The brainwashed, unwashed sheeple do all the protesting and get arrested for you, without you having to leave the comfort of your cosy little existance. Everyone is happy!

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  62. 230
    not a machine says:

    I have had a small celbratory drink , and ordered a crate of Blue nun grand cru for mon night , possibly into most of tuesday . I have almost wept after the eco death years of Labour , for tonight we have

    1) cancellation of Labour leftover run by Huhne , carbon capture and storage project . Scottish powers fife plant have discovered it will cost way over the £1bn for the test plant and full scale would add much to yer fuel bill . money instead to be spent on erm better value projects . That is besides its wonk concepts and never getting any salient questions answered about its overall efficency.

    2) GM crops now found to not deliver the hyped yileds over conventional farming labour spun , and may create more toxic soils and superweeds .

    3) Dave enforces 3 line whip , everyone pauses wonders why on a backbench peoples petition , then patientence comes to an end.
    my view : The coalition agreement , merely allowed the progressives to seal and shuffle off the EU problem , we had hoped time would give us until the next EU elections but alas the mess of europes utter mismangement has come too soon . I consider myself part of this country ,the UK , I have worked in its values and love some of its places and people , who like me used to feel that our system of goverment was honourable , and not the cheek and dare of the progressive lot, who have continually slipped and not respected the people of this country and what they may want .
    It is obvious that the EU has not really been the great perpetual propserity that was promised , it has corrupted , the way goverment works , endlessly undermined the bonds of the UK , and led to many British jobs being lost .
    In some ways , even though I feel the gravity of the situation , I am pleased that a vote is to be made on a referendum , that is the very least the british people deserve , now that so much damage has been done in the unwritten way my country once worked . It is not for the elite to sign away what we understand as our fought for rights , ordinary men and women have given there lives to be ruled honourably by those they elect and not be treated to the contempt that it is a mere ecnomic matter ,by any elite that governs us .
    this country has done well because government was somthing that respected the history and relationship to its people , its british people . Labour changed/ruined a great deal of that more respectful relationship , only attainable through having a sovereign parliament , with there new progressive forms of brain washing , which enabled a new sort of stakeholder which in the end has left debt , some countries finished and a political elite that no longer even needs a party with values or guts .

    if nothing else we shall be free to choose after monday , and god willing return somthing back to the realtionship of government and people , so destroyed by Labour and liberal elites , using powers that were in truth never theres in the first place to give away .

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  63. 231
    Johann Hari says:

    Plagiarism is a disgrace. Apparently he wants unpaid slaves for book content harvesting. Terrible man.

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  64. 235
    albacore says:

    “Tall and tight”. Curious description for an MP, that, Fawkes.
    Well, he could be Mr Mxyptlk (“76th Greatest Comic Book Villain of All Time”) for all I care. He’d still have a long way to go to be up there in the Parliamentary trickster elite.
    Maybe I’ve got the wrong petition but the one I found called for “an orderly withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the EU” – i.e. IN or OUT and no messing about.
    The motion to be discussed is for THREE options.
    So what if they actually do condescend to give us a referendum on that basis? Would it be a million miles from the realms of possibility to have the anti-EU vote split two ways and pro-EU vote, sneaking in by the back door, locking us in forever (or at least until the infernal contraption is finally demolished)?

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  65. 238
    Outraged Taxpayer says:

    And meanwhile I read on Twitter tonight that fatty Twatson is off to Hollywood USA for a few days on full taxpayer’s expenses on some media committee “fact finding” junket!

    If this is true, I would like to know who exactly authorised such public expenditure in these austere times, and what benefit to the the public is Twatson’s trip?

    Guido – can you please investigate this potential abuse of the public purse kind sir?

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  66. 245
    Vendettete says:

    Wikipedia updated

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  67. 246
    Anonymous says:

    dave really is with out question,just the real heir to blair.

    Any tory mp who doesn’t vote for a referendum is toast.

    It’s UKIP now for me after what dave has done. Used to vote tory, no longer.

    dave is just a traitor and a judas

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  68. 248
    Anonymous says:

    cameron the traitor!

    he shits on all those soldiers who lost their lives in the wars to keep us democratic.

    you will pay

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  69. 249
    simon says:

    Give the man some peace- he’s Polish. He can only write books on a subject on which he knows something about: i) Pickles, ii)Lech Walesa, iii) Solidarity, iv) surrendering to the Russians or Germans…

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  70. 258
    Tube_Thumper says:

    Interns wanted for definitive book on sex.

    Females with long legs big tits miniskirts and no knickers

    Apply here

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  71. 260
    Not surprised says:

    It’s not just MP’s.

    A little while ago I was an unfortunate victim of the recession – losing a decent paid job I’d held for a long time. After a few months scratching around I secured a low paid sales role (huge bonus promised after qualifying period.)

    Not long into the job they took on an “Intern.” Fresh out of Uni, a little shy but incredibly bright – a top class degree from a “Competitive University.”

    “What will you be doing?” I asked.

    “Packing boxes!”

    “Hope you’re getting some decent money to pay of that student loan!” I joked.

    “No. Absolutley nothing, but I’m gaining experience.”

    I left a month later.

    They’re all twats!

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  72. 262
    Anonymous says:

    Once had an interview with the guy (many years ago) for a paid position.
    The guy should write a book about how to get elected to Parliament with zero social skills and not one iota of charisma

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