December 12th, 2011

Rich & Mark’s Monday Morning View


127 Comments

  1. 1
    • 8

      What is Piers doing on an ass and why is Prescott dressed like a fairy?

      • 10
        misterned says:

        Or is it Anne Widdicombe? Or Les Dawson?

        • 11

          Nah. It’s Prezza. Look at the tits…

          • David laws Lib Dem fiddler says:

            Best suited job Clegg ever had!

          • Rage Against the Political Elite says:

            Cameroon, went up in my opinion. We can stop building windmills now and reduce VAT. . Get rid of Maternity leave.. that will reduce house prices and my Council TAX as I have been supporting the Public sector Female gender to have as many kids as they like while I pay for them, as well as the benefits for the uninformed Voters to support the STATE.

        • 25
          Pippy Longstocking says:

          Defnately Anne Widficombe. I bet those tights are at least 400 denier.

        • 69
          jgm2 says:

          Definitely Anne Widdecombe. Although what she has to do with Europe is a mystery to me. Still, at least I recognised one of the characters without the benefit of a sash with their name on it. And I know from experience that is supposed to be Cameron and I can figure out that the horses arse is Clegg so, all in all, a good Monday as regards the weekly ‘guess the names’ competition.

          Guido should offer a prize to the person who guesses most of the drawings correctly.

          • Airey Belvoir says:

            Widdy is currently in Panto, chaps, so Rich ‘n Mark have scored a rare success in the recognisability stakes.

        • 76
          Issy Troughing MP says:

          Miliband is the horse’s arse. I have no idea about the R&M cartoon though.

      • 19
        Grumpy Old Man says:

        If that’s Angela Merkel, it’s unnecessarily cruel to give her a ‘tache.

        Shouldn’t the words from the horse’s arse be in French?

      • 108

        Hahahah… Cameron in front and the arse is Clegg, and putting Ann in there as she is doing panto was a stroke of genius.

        Definitely the best Monday Morning view this year!

      • 118
        Ballymoney Boy says:

        I think it is Frau Merkel, not Lord Prescott, but anyone could make that mistake.

    • 57
      nellnewman says:

      Ken Livinngstone has written a book? LOL!

      Is it going to overtake gordon’s ‘Crash..’ in popularity?

      • 73
        jgm2 says:

        Didn’t the fucking deluded imbecile take to giving away e-copies of his risible book ‘Why the Crash Had Nothing To Do With Me and Is Everybody Else’s Fault’ in an effort to ‘sell’ more than Blair.

        Indeed he did.

        Did it work? Fuck no. He couldn’t even give his book away.

    • 109
      jgm2 says:

      Simple demographics. There are more Muslims in London than there are J*e*w*s in Golder’s Green.

  2. 2
    Dudley Zoo says:

    Vince Cable is a donkey

    • 20
      Nemo says:

      Well the only really recognisable character ( vaguely) is the one at the head of the donkey, Cammers, the female I would guess is Frau Merkle and the arse of the donkey Clegg still in the back half of the donkey suit ( a very danerous place if the front legs break wind.

      • 46
        Anonymous says:

        If the front of the donkey is Cameron, back has to be Osborne. Osborne always covers Cameron’s ass, he never let anyone else.

      • 64
        Passing Thought says:

        It’s not the Ferkel woman, it’s Ann Widdecombe who is appearing in pantomime (Snow White and the 7 Dwarves in Dartford)

    • 55
      old grumpy says:

      Vince Cable is a donkey’s arse!

  3. 3
    Popeye says:

    I am appalled, nay more surprised that, that pillar of moral rectitude, Clegg is still in position as Deputy Prime Minister of Britain. I would have thought with his horror at the dastardly machinations of his senior, that he would have resigned in high dudgeon .
    But no, that would surely consign him to the dung-heap of all EU quislings.

    • 14
      Calamity Clegg says:

      I deny that we FibDems are desperate to cling onto power and that we have cast aside our principles in order to remain at the top table.

    • 15
      Wendy Bendy says:

      ditto Vince Cable. It would seem that Lib-Dems prefer the trappings of Office rather than following their principles.

      • 31
        Handycock No1 Trougher in Parliament says:

        The trappings of office are only part of it. It is the troughing that counts. Since we came to power I have been given Chairmanship of a Parliamentary Committee, another £12K a year, and am making twice as many, as previously, visits to Eastern Europe for sex, for the most tenuous and unjustifiable reasons. Boaz.

        • 40
          David Laws says:

          I am back on Sky News being interviewed about the veto at this moment. This is part of my rehabilitation which has been accelerated to placate Nick Clegg after last week’s fallout. Back in the Cabinet soon, you heard it here first.

          • Aunt Mat says:

            Lib Dems cannot leave the coalition.
            They are faced with years of oblivion if they do.
            Their supporters believe that their leaders actions are treason.

            So – push the boat out and see how far we can we can go.

          • bent as a nine bob says:

            you’ll fit in so well David darling.

      • 90
        jgm2 says:

        The same could be said for the entire last Labour Government.

        ‘This…err…war Tony…they do really have WMD ready to launch in 45 minutes don’t they…’

        ‘Technically no … but I had the chaps at M15 write this ‘briefing’ so we can now claim that we believed that they did…’

        [Labour Cabinet checks salary of back bench MP and Cabinet MP]

        ‘Fine by us Tony…’

  4. 4
    Tom Watson says:

    Unfunny and badly drawn.

  5. 5
    Old Hogarth says:

    Any chance Widdecombe could turn Cameron into a toad?

    • 18
      Red Ken ( 'pond life' ) Livingscum says:

      That could happen under a Liebour administration, yes. Remember that Gordon and Ed Balls turned Gold into euros.

  6. 6
    Barely awake says:

    Is the fairy godmother John Prescott or Ann Widdecombe?

  7. 7
    haven't a fucking clue says:

    as good as ever

  8. 12
    Well it's a thought says:

    I actually got the joke, but surely the Widdicombe woman has retired.

  9. 13
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    I think its rediclous that you cant use the word black now.
    I have a black dog, not a fucking African Labrador

  10. 16
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    First it was Black Friday, then came Kwanzaa and then Black History Month.

    If we’re not careful, they’ll steal the entire calendar!

  11. 17

    Experts predict deeper recession for Britain.

    Does that mean that Rich & Mark will be laid off?

    Not all bad news then.

  12. 21
    a non says:

    The rump of government becomes a little hoarse.
    Not sure about the Merkel / Widdicombe fairy but Nick’s wish that Dave would be transformed into a frog has fallen on deaf ears.

    • 32
      Nick ( ole arse ) Sarkozy says:

      Cameron cannot be changed into a Frog but Calamity Clegg would be an easy conversion.

  13. 26
    Steve Miliband says:

    I wish the BBC would come off the fence for once and tell us;

    Do they hate the Tories?
    Are they keen on the EU?

    It;s difficult to tell

    • 36
      Nemo says:

      Steve they are being neutral for a change, just reporting what’s going on so that you can form your own opinion

  14. 29
    nellnewman says:

    cleggie as the backend of a donkey LOL!

    but why is prezza a short fat fairy?

  15. 33
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    For my next magic trick,
    I’ll need a condom and a volunteer

  16. 35
    Well it's a thought says:

    Iam really getting pissed off with the BBC and Britain being “isolated” from Europe, time to change their name to the EBC and get rid of the licence fee.

    • 45
      British Politicians for British Workers says:

      They should be allowed to say what they like, but each presenter and commentator should have a caption saying exactly what their salary is at the BBC and by how much the BBC has been susidised by the E*, the taxpayer or some other foreign power or looney green lobby group

  17. 42
    a non says:

    Ah Sweet. What every girl wants for Christmas. My little phoney.

  18. 43
    nellnewman says:

    David Laws is all over the news channels this morning. Vince cable’s replacement?

    • 48
      Burn Cactus Burn says:

      Hasn’t he got some criminal matter still hanging over him? Or is that Chris Huhne. I can’t keep up?

      • 51
        nellnewman says:

        None of them are clean .

      • 60
        Selohesra says:

        Laws did wrong but was less of a trougher than many – he could legitimately have clamed much more if he had been open about his sexuality – I think in comparrison to Huhne or Cable he would be a significant improvement

        • 115
          bent as a nine bob says:

          He’s going to be the fairy on top of the Downing Street Christmas tree.

          I hope the older boys share him nicely.

    • 54
      Well it's a thought says:

      I think they think people have fogotten, let them do it and wait the the c r a p to hit the fan, it will.

  19. 44
    Geoffrey G Brooking says:

    Cameron rides into a hero’s welcome.

    Copycat version available on BBC Parliament from 3.30pm.

  20. 47
    Brunel the Visionary says:

    Anyone got an up-to-date mod. trigger words list?

  21. 50
    Mr. Putin's Stolen Cat says:

    He’s not behind you!

  22. 52
    Egbert Nobacon says:

    I think I recognize the pantomime but why is Prescott in a tutu and such strange footwear?

  23. 59
    Ed the Red-Nosed Reindeer says:

    Frankly, this cartoon beggars belief.

    As my TUC script has not yet arrived, I will be responding at greater length later.

  24. 63
    Widescreen2010 says:

    Ooo look, it’s Les Dawson.
    And Larry Greyson.
    Back from the dead for Christmas.
    How nice!

  25. 67
    MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK son of COD says:

    OH YES IT IS !
    fuck off you un funny pair of gay Labour butt fuckers !

  26. 70
    MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK son of COD says:

    If 80% of the British public agree , Then it’s in the public interest

    Now feck off back to your primary school art class !

    • 102
      Cinders says:

      Sorry – that’s called democracy and is not allowed in the EU. Mind you, it will not even be considered in the UK.

  27. 79
    MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK son of COD says:

    A week ago i couldn’t stand Cameron
    and i said he was “Do nowt Dave ”
    After Friday he is now a Man amongst Men
    A man who for the first time since we joined this hideous club
    i said i would never vote for him again
    but he has suprised me by the vito and i take back most of what i said
    but only on condition that he does not start to back track and make concessions
    we have never had a better chance of getting out of this mess
    so lets carry on on our own road to recovery
    once the rest of the world realise that they can deal with us without all the eu red tape and bull shit we will prosper !

    • 116
      Hang The Bastards says:

      You have been fooled by the whole charade.

      You need to look ahead to see what they are plotting. Cameron & the EU leaders will make up & he will sign something, but he will claim it doesnt need a referendum !

      Yjey play the long game, while you the dozy public play the short game.

  28. 82
    Selohesra says:

    R5 debate – debate between sceptic and europhoile ~ 9.25

    Sceptic – nonsense – have you ever run a business
    Europhile – Yes
    Sceptic – What
    Europhile – Erm – well I er run a think tank

    A bit off script for bBBC – but a good chuckle

  29. 83
    MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK son of COD says:

    That has to be little Ed in the rear
    after all , who else could you get to play “the horses arse”?

  30. 85
    Broadsword calling Danny Boy says:

    Is it a horse?

    If I were to screw my eyes up and look at it with my head on one side it could look like a horse if was high.

    If it is a horse, who is the horse’s ass?

  31. 87
    Huhne says:

    Why is John Prescott playng the fairy?

  32. 88
    I don't need no doctor says:

    Dumbed down BBC.

  33. 89
    Really really really says:

    Former Foreign Secretary David Miliband has denounced David Cameron’s decision to veto a new EU treaty as a “foolish” move that could relegate Britain to the sidelines of Europe for 20 years.

    Cameron “foolish” and Miliband thinks Europe will still be around in 20 years

    • 93
      jgm2 says:

      Yeah. What a fucking shame. We won’t be paying ‘em 28bn quid a year so we’re ‘relegated to the sidelines.’

      And this differs from paying ‘em an additional 28bn quid a year and being ignored anyway? How?

      As I’ve said before – the 28bn quid is bad enough but the principle of allowing them to create such a tax in the first place is even more of a danger. What did VAT start out at? 5%? 10%? 12.5%? I honestly can’t remember. I do know it’s 20% now though. Same with this so-called Tobin Tax. Once the idea of the tax is in place it then become much easier to just increase it. By Qualified Majority Voting no doubt. Double it. Treble it. What do the Euro*pe*ans care? They’re not the ones who’ll be paying it.

    • 94
      ENGLAND says:

      When do we get a rebate for being ‘marginalised’ ?

      • 97
        jgm2 says:

        Take the 28bn off the Scottish budget and give it to the Europ*eans. After all Salmond wants to be in the EU. He just doesn’t want to be in the UK.

        Give him a bit of a taste of the reality of how he’ll be treated by his Europ*ean partners. After all – the really big casualties of the banking world are both Scottish. How would he like it to have RBS and HBoS taxed out of existence by an opportunist and vengeful Europe.

        Still. They’ll still have their windfarm economy to fall back on.

  34. 91
    Larry the cat says:

    Purrr. Puss in boots. My favourite panto.

  35. 95
    Brunel the Visionary says:

    Must go now, since my share of the deficit has risen by another quid during the last 2 hours, as a responsible Public Service Worker I must have another coffee and a little nap before I resume my Financial Awareness Training.

  36. 100
    Gonk says:

    One of the voice bubbles is not coming from precisely the correct area.

  37. 101
    RED ED - SON OF BROWN says:

    Who’s stolen my blank sheet of paper ??

    • 104
      jgm2 says:

      It’s right there Ned. It’s new technology. It’s a ‘stealth’ piece of blank paper. Not only has it got nothing written on it but you can’t even see the paper now.

  38. 103
    Irish Politics says:

    I still can’t understand why the Irish, having kicked-out the ‘oppressive’ British are now happy to be oppressed by the Germans? Is it a case of ‘cutting off your nose to spite your face’?

    • 106
      Alex Salmond says:

      I don’t think so. Why on earth would you think that?

    • 107
      BillyBob... says:

      They are happy to be bailed out by their mates in Euroland and the Bank of England.

    • 117
      Wolfe Tone says:

      Try this for an explanation – Ireland is full of 2 million thick, scrounging pikeys.

    • 122
      dirty filth says:

      They’d rather due under the oppressive Germans than admit that the UK is their only hope.
      Fuck them. Why the UK continues to protect the miserable Hunts is beyond me. …and tell them to fuck off with the Olympic Flame.

  39. 105
    BillyBob... says:

    Cleggy’s assumes the EU is a good thing, it is not, they have not had their own financial books signed off by the auditors for about 17 years.

    Cameron has stood on the dockside waving off the Titanic, with Merkel and Sarkozy tucked up in bed in the bridal suite.

    • 111
      jgm2 says:

      I rather think Sarkozy would be tucked up with Carla Bruni. Kudos at least on that level.

      Merkel I can well understand would be delighted to be tucked up with anything with a pulse.

    • 123
      The parties over Nick.now fuck off ..thanks.. says:

      The LibDems of course haven’t the bottle to walk away from their ministerial cars and perks and put their case for surrendering Sovereignty to the EU(aka Franco-German Axis)before the electorate……

  40. 110
    Really really really says:

    Anyone seen Billy?

  41. 126
    John Bull. says:

    Has wavy davy done enough to stop the haemorrhaging of grass-roots Tories to UKIP?
    Interestingly Nigel Farage has condemned the veto as bad for business. Seems like damage limitation, as he goes on to say that only OUT is good enough.


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