November 1st, 2011

Polly’s message of hope as she heads for two months holiday in Tuscany…

“Christmas will be hard as many more families see lost jobs. I will be back in January, hoping that Osborne and Cameron will be forced to turn back and go for growth – not in windy words but in deeds.”


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    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Not showing solidarity with the occupylsx crew then?

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      Bishop of London says:

      Viva Yahweh!

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    • 13
      Guido's mammy says:

      Two month holiday? That’s nothing, fat boy’s been off on a bender for thirty years. Poor lad’s arse is red raw.

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      • 16
        Fish says:

        Off to write a book, she says.

        It’s probably a bigraphy of Millband and his shadow cabinet of nicer and more intelligent people.

        Here are some illustrations and biographies that she might

        usehttp://www.themistermen.co.uk/mrmen.html

        All of her friends, past and present are there – Milliband, Presott, Balls, even Chucky.

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    Billy Bowden is the world's greatest umpire! says:

    She’s taken her refund and fucked off,why don’t you all do the same ?

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  3. 3
    Billy Bowden is the world's greatest umpire! says:

    HAT-TRICK ???

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  4. 4
    AC1 says:

    > Osborne and Cameron will be forced to turn back and go for growth

    So she supports ditching regulation and cutting taxes! Has she really seen the light?

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      misterned. says:

      Has she not seen the GDP stats? We have had growth. Weak growth maybe, but growth nontheless. Seems the BBC have not noticed either as they keep reporting as if we are in recession. I do not remember the BBC or Polly et al being this negative when we were actually suffering the worst, longest and deepest recession in living memory.

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    Oldrightie says:

    Champagne on ice for Christmas, Polly? Socialist my arse!

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    Pilly Townbee, Lewes says:

    In an interview in this months Viva Lewes, a local magazine for Lewes, East Sussex, where Polly has one of her three homes, they ask her how she feels about being labeled a Champagne Socialist.

    “You don’t have to live like Ghandi to be a Socialist!” she replies.

    Precisely. Being a hypocrite will do.

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    Do they still use the guillotine in France?

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    Polly Boytee says:

    I hope you, the little people, will have a reasonable christmas while I’m living it up in Tuscany. The Tories have found a final solution for you and I’ll be back in January to stop them shovelling the poor into gas chambers.

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    SpAd says:

    “I’ll be back in January…”

    The ego of the woman is staggering. I doubt if any of the downtrodden families she refers to could even name her, let alone give a shit whether she’s in the country or not.

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    Gonzo says:

    What is she for?

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  12. 19
    Nick Unitt says:

    Ah bless she’s thinking about us. Do you think if I write to Santa he will make me a socialist

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  13. 20
    Ian Woodrow says:

    Rich socialists make me puke,

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  14. 23
    Sungei Patani says:

    Does this mean we won’t see her on the BBC for two whole months at least?

    What a fantastic relief.

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    Anonymous says:

    nothing to do with slefish toynbee butthere are sveraslad on your site that are supporting the reintroduction of capital punishment? so does guido support such? that is killing those who have killed, or opther heinous crimes?

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