January 5th, 2012

Great First Week for Tim Livesey

During his pre-Christmas leadership wobble, Ed rushed out the news that Tim Livesey, a former senior adviser to the Archbishop of Canterbury, has been hired as his new Chief of Staff. Well what a first week he’s having! Yesterday there was Glasman, then the cack-handed response to Abbott this morning, and now Tom Baldwin’s latest strategy memo has been leaked, to much hilarity. Apparently Labour’s post-election recovery has been the best of any party in history. Quiet at the back.

Isn’t it amazing how it’s Sam Coates of The Times keeps getting Baldwin’s memos. They used to work together when Baldwin was the Times’ Chief Reporter. It’s almost as if Baldwin knows that a “leak” is more likely to be read over a press release. Straight out of the Democrat play-book…

UPDATE: Not a strategy, it is a lunchtime line to take. Baldwin would know.


149 Comments

  1. 1
    Diane Abbott says:

    I will go to the wall for my children.

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    • 2
      Freddie Trueman says:

      Ow Do Lad.

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      • 16
        BillyBob... says:

        A connection between labour and News International? I am shocked and stunned.

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        • 73
          Lord Wayne of Trombone says:

          Please,
          He said people would not “seriously think Diane is a racist”.
          He said people would not “seriously think Diane is a racist”.
          He said people would not “seriously think Diane is a racist”.
          He said people would not “seriously think Diane is a racist”.

          off with her head !

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    • 23
      Up sh1t creek says:

      Glasman was only giving Ed Miliband some useful tips on leadership!

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    • 49
      Madonna says:

      I went to Wall Mart for my children

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    • 62
      Who is Sophie Ridge? says:

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      • 77
        This is Mad Britain says:

        Proof positive, if ever it was needed, that Milliband is a gutless tosser. He couldn’t have been given a better opportunity to show leadership and control of the party than to sack Abbott immediately.

        It also gave him the opportunity to get rid of some deadweight – instead he’s more of a puppet than Muffin the Mule and laugh of the day, the bbc doing their utmost to close the story down.

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        • 89
          Loungelizard says:

          I have it on good authority that the phone call was only Ed phoning through the daily sandwich order.

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        • 148
          Backstabber says:

          Yes, I agree, this could have been Ed’s VETO moment had he sacked her. I don’t think this is just going to blow over (esp after BlAckbusters, lol). I think she’ll still go but it’ll be kicking and screaming and asked to resign for the good of the party by that nice new Tim bloke in Ed’s Office. Which will reflect even worse on Ed as he’ll appear indecisive and blown around by public opinion.

          This was a lucky escape for the Government.

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        Handycock (Teen Fondler) says:

        Hey Sophy,

        Would you like to come for a spin in my new Range Rover Evoque? There will be a teddy bear and much more in it for you.

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    • 109
      Ha hah says:

      Anyone know if it’s true that you’ve been reported to the police?

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  2. 3
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    The year has started well for Comrade Miliband, he has no authority and even one of gods mircles cant save his leadership.

    No amount of spin, re-launches etc can propel him to Number ten, this all reminds me of Gordon….

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  3. 4
    Ah! Monika says:

    Great week for u2 Guido

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  4. 5
    Infuriated of West Mids says:

    If every week was this enjoyable I’d be a hell of a lot more cheerful, and probably wouldn’t drink so much!

    Thank you, Ed!

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  5. 6

    We shall fart, fart and fart again to save the party we love.

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  6. 7
    Matthew Dear says:

    I think you mean adviser to the Archbishop of Westminster. And you, a good Catholic boy!

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  7. 8
    Ah! Monika says:

    10 years ago Bob Hope died
    >
    > 5 years ago Johnny Cash died
    >
    > A couple of months ago Steve Jobs died
    >
    > A few weeks ago Jimmy Saville died
    >
    > Now we have no Hope, no Cash, no Jobs and nobody left to Fix It

    > Let’s hope nothing happens to Ed Balls!

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  8. 9
    Tessa Tickles says:

    Did Tim Livesey advise the Archbishop of Canterbury that there isn’t actually a god?

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  9. 11
    Ctesibius says:

    I think if I hear that privileged tax-evading millionaire Millitwat claim to be one of the ‘many’ my head will explode.

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  10. 12
    Geoffrey G Brooking says:

    Keep up the great work you Red Ed’s

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  11. 14
    Lady Virginia Droit de Seigneur says:

    BTW – that ad for the mature dating website looks more like one for a cheap regional massage parlour.

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    • 43
      Selohesra says:

      Do you think Guido gets a discount?

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    • 46
      My Real Name says:

      Dear Lady. These ads are cleverly targeted you know, based on what websites you’ve visited, what you’ve searched for, and so on, so remember that not everybody sees the same ads that you do! I’m getting respectable ads for British Gas and arty paintings, targeted at my, er, interests! Have you been looking for friendship, and perhaps something more, from an over 70 on the internet recently?

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      • 51
        Anonymous says:

        Well I’m seeing one that tells me how to drop 3 dress sizes now.

        Shit – I must be Julie Bindel or Pam St Clement!!!

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        • 65
          The darkish browny sort of hue says:

          Firefox gives you ad-free enjoyment of this site. Change now and save your eyesight.

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          • Lady Virginia Droit de Seigneur says:

            Shit – I’ve spent the last two hours scanning the Rolex, Lamborghini and Savills website to bring my profile upmarket.

            At least I can go back to the fat bird sites now.

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  12. 18
    Bogeyman says:

    Diane is right. There is no finer exponent of divide and rule than Ken Leninslime, and he’s a whitey.

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  13. 21
    jack regan says:

    Advise the A oC?

    Aboutwhat?

    On how to be a no mark lefty wanker?

    Ed chose well

    Just who is paying this skidmarks salary?

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    • 22
      BillyBob... says:

      Wonder if Terry Waite wrote the job spec. ?

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      • 26
        jack regan says:

        Must like to be chained to something useless (ed millimong or a radiator)

        A complete lack of hope (labour)

        Lots of Muslims holding you hostage (labour)

        Yeah thats why he got the job

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  14. 27
    The Black Watch says:

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    • 32
      jack regan says:

      BOY!
      Go fetch me an offshore trust fund and a human rights brief before cutting that cane

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      • 41
        Jasper Lee says:

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        • 47
          BillyBob... says:

          Slavery still exists, mainly in the Middle East and parts of Africa…. an inconvenient truth perhaps :)

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        • 54

          The Royal Navy first started systematic operations outside of what today would be thought of as UK waters to deal with the menace of Barbary pirates, who were raiding the shores of England and Ireland to enslave people. Admiralty records show that they plundered British shipping pretty much at will, taking no fewer than 466 vessels between 1609 and 1616, and 27 more vessels from near Plymouth in 1625.

          The pirates also raided coastal settlements, generally running their craft onto unguarded beaches, and creeping up on villages in the dark to snatch their victims and retreat before the alarm could be sounded. Almost all the inhabitants of the village of Baltimore, in Ireland, were taken in this way in 1631, and other attacks were launched against coastal villages in Devon and Cornwall.

          Giles Penn, father of Admiral Sir William Penn did pursuade King Charles I to send naval forces to help Muley Mohammed put down a rebellion at Sallee, and he then became His Majesty’s Consul at that city, with a particular remit of trying to prevent trafficking of English slaves.

          The slavers nevertheless continued their activities throughut the seventeenth century. 160 British ships were captured by Algerians between 1677 and 1680, with an estimated 7-9000 people on board taken into slavery. Some 35,000 European Christian are known to have been slaves held on the Barbary Coast – many in Tripoli, Tunis, and various Moroccan towns, but most of all in Algiers.

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        • 66
          Anon says:

          For reasons which escape me, a comment giving some facts about the levels of English and Irish people who were siezed by pirates and who were taken into slavery in the seventeenth century (it ran to many tens of thousands) have been modded.

          The point being that the Royal Navy began its earliest life as a deep water fleet far earlier than most people realize, undertaking operations against slavers operating from what was then known as the Barbary coast.

          Why did you mod that Guido?

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          • jack regan says:

            see below

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          • Anon says:

            Thanks Jack, I would not put the other points you make, but can confirm that you are correct about the issue of slavery.

            Admiralty records give some very specific poitners to the scale of this slaving. The records in the early part of the seventeenth century show that during this time the corsairs plundered British shipping pretty much at will, taking no fewer than 466 vessels between 1609 and 1616, and 27 more vessels from near Plymouth in 1625. Pirates also raided coastal settlements. Almost all the inhabitants of the village of Baltimore, in Ireland, were taken in this way in 1631, and other attacks were indeed launched against coastal villages in Devon and Cornwall.

            Captain Giles Penn, father of Admiral Sir William Penn managed to pursuade Charles I to sent the Royal Navy to launch an offensive against the pirates and they attacked at Sallee in support of a local rebel. As a result he secured a position as an English consul there with the remit of dealing with trafficking of English slaves.

            The problem continued through much of the rest of the century however. 160 British ships were captured by Algerians between 1677 and 1680, with a probable 7,000 to 9,000 able-bodied British men and women taken into slavery in those three years. Some 35000 European ‘Christian Slaves’ , are known to have been held in Barbary ports in the 17th Century.

            There are estimates however of Barbary slavers taking some 850,000 european captives over the century from 1580 to 1680, with estimates for the 250 years between 1530 and 1780, said to have been as high as 1,250,000.

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        • 75
          tardkiller says:

          history isn’t his strong point is it..?

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        • 83
          jack regan says:

          Grasper you believe that?
          It was (thank god) ended by white christians and enforced by the royal navy
          you thieving scumbag, the same white christians who to this day try and lend a hand to africans and who also gave africa the gift of the gospel
          Wait until the Chinese really get a grip on africa, f uu k me you will have some complaining to do then

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          • Anonymous says:

            I think it wasn’t until 1907 that the good ol’ Gambians ended slavery. As is typical of whitey we just took a custom carried out for centuries by African and Arabs and made it more efficient and productive. My bad…

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          • Lady Virginia Droit de Seigneur says:

            Slavery wasn’t abolished in Iran until 1928, Qatar until 1952, Saudi Arabia and Yemen until 1962, the UAE until 1963 and Oman until 1970.

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        • 103
          William Wilberforce says:

          Thanks for nothing, pal!

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        • 124
          Lady Virginia Droit de Seigneur says:

          Lee you ignorant Huhne – Arab and black on black slavery in Africa continued for decades after it was abolished in Western Europe.

          It still persists in some places. Mauritania had to pass a new law against it in 2007.

          http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/6938032.stm

          I don’t think this was to address a non-existent problem. Do you?

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          • Lady Virginia Droit de Seigneur says:

            No prizes either for guessing which religion is behind this.

            A quote from the Wikipedia entry on slavery in modern Africa. It deals with the attempts to abolish slavery in Mauritania

            “Imam El Hassan Ould Benyamin of Tayarat in 1997 expressed his views about earlier proclamations ending slavery in his country as follows:

            “[it] is contrary to the teachings of the fundamental text of Islamic law, the Quran … [and] amounts to the expropriation from Muslims of their goods; goods that were acquired legally. The state, if it is Islamic, does not have the right to seize my house, my wife or my slave.”[32]“

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        • 138
          Bogeyman says:

          Fuck off, Grasper you cn ut. WHITE PEOPLE DID NOT END SLAVERY? They were forced into it?

          Tell that to William Wilberforce, the man who did more to stop slavery than anyone else. Yes, a white Christian banished slavery from Britain through moral conviction and nothing else.

          Grasper deserves the Abbott treatment, minimum. Something more uncomfortable and permanent would be better.

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        • 139
          Bogeyman says:

          I am still absolutely fuming at the tweet by Lee Grasper. Remember, this turd calls himself a race relations advisor – then he comes up with insulting and divisive shit like that.

          I suppose you can’t expect anything better from one of Leninslime’s henchmen.

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    • 33
      Mirror Mirror says:

      Yes Lee, if a white Tory MP had Tweeted that the blacks like to divide and rule then “sorry Sir” would not have been good enough for you. Would it?

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  15. 28
    jack regan says:

    EW

    udder dan de fact dat u can cross your legs me wud suspect dat u wuz dianne abbutt

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    • 87
      jack regan says:

      put your bra on and make me a cup of tea

      two sugars, plenty of milk

      George, nick im an put im in the back of the granada

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  16. 29
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Euro falls below $1.28 for the 1st time since September 2010 – @guido fawkes

    Oy Vey

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    • 68
      Gordon Brown says:

      I sold all the gold for Euros because it was a wise investment and I am a financial genius. All bow down before me.

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  17. 30
    Loungelizard says:

    Didn’t this guy once have a walk on part in Father Ted…got told to Fec himself.

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  18. 31
    Abdelbaset al-Megrahi says:

    Another Happy New Year.

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  19. 34
    Archy Bishop of Canterbury says:

    It is, um, high time, that um, the little people – of whom, um, there are many, um . . prejudiced, in possession of um a job, and um . . paying their taxes . . . um . . stopped . . . um . . . throwing motes into the . . um eye um of the . . .

    But I digress! . . . any person on the Left, – um, that I, in the Right frame of mind, – no I mean left is right . . . um . . . oh dear, um what was I saying .?

    Anyway, before the afternoon – after-luncheon nap, let us pray for

    All members of the BBC that they may receive a sure income and pension in their afterworklife

    All members of that hardworking Mr. Mill banned

    The Grouniad

    Oh I do feel sleepy . . .

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  20. 36
    BBC says:

    Did we mention that Diane Abbott has apologized and has do so much for community cohesion in London over many years?

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  21. 40
    The State Rules OK!! says:

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    • 48
      Brucie Bonus says:

      Higher ……higher …. ?

      Lower?…….lower……higher….?

      Givvus a twirl Gary ….

      ….doesn’t he look gay? Ooo – shut that back door David…..

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    • 67
      One rule for them says:

      all three accused were sentenced to life imprisonment and, in the appellant’s case, the punishment part was set at 25 years. The relevant charge was in these terms:

      “(1) on 15 March 2004 at Kenmure Street, Pollokshields, Glasgow, you Imran Shahid, Mohammed Faisal Mushtaq and Zeeshan Shahid did, while acting with Daanish Zahid and Zahid Mohammed … assault Kriss Donald, now deceased, then aged 15 years and seize him by his clothing, repeatedly punch and kick him on the head and body, partially remove his clothing and abduct him, force him to enter a motor vehicle, namely motor vehicle registered number Y541 VNS, imprison him there against his will, present a screwdriver, a knife and a hammer at him, repeatedly twist said knife against his body, pretend that you were in possession of a firearm, and force him to accompany you in said vehicle to areas of Dundee and thereafter to Clyde Walkway, Glasgow and at said Clyde Walkway remove him from said motor vehicle, restrain him by the arms, repeatedly strike him on the body with a knife or knives or similar instruments, pour an accelerant over him and set fire to him and you did murder him; and it will be proved in terms of section 96 of the Crime and Disorder Act 1998 that the aforesaid offence was racially aggravated”.

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      • 131
        One rule for them says:

        I should point out for the avoidance of doubt that all of the accused in the above case were prosecuted as adults – there have been suggestions that Norris and Dobbs should have been prosecuted as such and be facing 30 years minimum (including the judge at the sentencing I believe).

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  22. 44
    Cutie says:

    QT tonight features six empty chairs in a darkened studio. Could be a good one.

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  23. 50
    Fish says:

    So Milipede is going on the attack about rail fares (didn’t he send one of the Eagle sisters into the studios earlier this week to do the deed? – the pretty one, that is!).

    Just a thought, though. Who was who actually introduced the rail fare escalator (fare rises of inflation + 3%)?

    That’s right! Labour.

    Another policy that they haven’t the guts to own up to – or the Beeb the honesty to challenge.

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    • 61
      Sir Aston Martin says:

      > the pretty one

      S P E C S A V E R S >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

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    • 76
      Archer Karcher says:

      I wonder if Ed Bandwagon will mention his green renewable energy committment, that is forcing up energy and every other cost too? Somehow I doubt it.

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      • 106
        genghiz the kahn says:

        How much of the UK electricity supply came from those wonderful wind farms which that Hunt Huhne and that Hunt Miliband are so keen on?

        Wouldn’t be surprised if there isn’t more footage of the windmills collapsing and burning in the wind.

        Don’t worry about screwing the poor, it is cos we have watermelon green generating policies. Save the polar bears but stuff the poor.

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        • 142
          Urhavinabath says:

          Naturally all the wind turbines are Made In Germany.

          Yet another nice little earner, courtesy of the EU and the British Huhnes .

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  24. 52
    What Ed actually said says:

    ” Diane, I can’t stand the he at , get back to the kitchen. “

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  25. 53
    All Tories are racists says chair of London Race & Criminal Justice Consortium says:

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    • 59
      PC Rhymes For Nursery Age Children says:

      Ah so the remark and its meaning doesn’t matter, it’s who says it that counts?

      One rule for Lefties, one for the Right,
      Another for Blacks, another for the White.

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        to whom it may concern says:

        Just watched the latest Abbott apologist on SKY.
        ” “Private?” discussions on Twitter are a case apart from normal journalistic blogging”
        They really do not know when to shut up and stop digging themselves deeper do they?
        Racialist whiteys on the one hand and PC jungle bunnies on the other.

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        • 86
          P.C. Filth says:

          Indeed, sir. One hardly knows who to truncheon next, good felllow.
          *Filth closes his eyes, spins on his heels and proceeds to club the nearest offender*
          Ooops. Sorry about that, vicar. Did it hurt? Over.

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    • 64
      Lee Jazz Pa says:

      ho ho hum

      I ad er wunce

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    • 72
      Diane Fatbott says:

      You’ve taken that tweet out of context. Lee was clearly referring to 19th century Tories.

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    • 82
      bergen says:

      Boris Johnson is a very lucky man to have opposition of this moronic standard.

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      I don't need no doctor says:

      Jasper, don’t take this out of context. You are a twat.

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  26. 55
    NBeale says:

    Baldwin (p2 point 1) “borrowing and unemployment will continiue [sic] to rise” As will inability to spell, apparently!

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  27. 74
    jack regan says:

    Remind her of the fact that Barbary pirates used to raid Cornwall for white slaves, that it was Blacks who sold us THEIR (black)slaves
    This vile rascist hould be grateful that her ancestors were slaves otherwise she would be in a mud hut suffering from AIDS and having flies around her poonanny (she probably hs both)
    Lee Grasper would have just been shot and thrown to the crocs

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    • 90
      un believer says:

      nasty bullshit like this and other assorted racial slurs gets through immediately and my posts are modded?

      interesting priorities Guido.

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      • 110
        The Paragnostic says:

        Don’t be offended – you probably used a banned word, like European, or market, or drive – all of which cause the comment to automatically head for the mod queue. It’s the fault of the silly blogging software.

        I agree, though – it’s far better to respond and educate people like Jasper than to descend to the neanderthal level and start ranting about “blacks” and “whites”.

        Jasper probably thinks that the ending of slavery was everywhere like Jamaica or Haiti, where the slaves did indeed revolt. He’s a total cock and a waste of space, though – Dog knows how he came to prominence.

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        • 122
          jack regan says:

          well said
          Abutt should mix with normal “white” people
          not angst ridden mongs

          GEORGE
          NICK HER AND TRY AND FIND A BRA THAT WOULD FIT THE FAT PLANTAIN BOTHERER

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    I don't need no doctor says:

    Diane Abbott, labour’s answer to Nick Griffin. So Ed Miliband thinks acceptable racism is o.k. as part of labour’s strategy. You’ll see Ed Balls dressed in Nazi uniform next!

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    • 98
      RED ED - SON OF BROWN says:

      I would just like to make it clear: the Liebour party do not’do’ resignations’, on any grounds. We had to dynamite Gordon out of number 10 last year, if you remember and that was after we’d lost the General Election.

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      • 104
        Brown's finest hour.."I've had enough of THIS I'm off !" says:

        That’s the only thing that the public should be grateful to Balls for…he refused point blank to cut a deal with the Libdems although they were desperate for Lib-Lab Pact Mk2….so Brown had no alternative but to resign…thank goodness or he’d still be using the present euro-crisis to cling to power whilst giving away yet more shed-loads of UK taxpayers money so he couls add “I saved the Euro” to his claim of “Saving the World”

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      jack regan says:

      Labourhosen?

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  29. 95
    jack regan says:

    EW
    U iz Billy, me sense it
    probably lookin for sum online cok

    GEORGE NICK HIM FOR IMPERSONATING STEPHEN LAWRENCES SISTA!
    30 years in the big house for you son

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  30. 96
    Ah! Monika says:

    Tim Livesey, Senior Adviser to the A of C, and he didn’t even advise him to have a shave.

    No hope of another nose job for Ed then.

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    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Lee Jasper V Neo Guido 5.30 sky News.

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  32. 107
    jack regan says:

    I hold no brief for H but unlike you he is a stand up bloke not some faux online carib tranny that spouts crap in the hope of getting a cyber wank from another man
    I would say “man up” but that is probably your ideal weekend

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  33. 112
    Diane Fatbott says:

    Any of you honkies fancy a game of ‘Divide and Rule’ ?

    The 19th century version, obviously.

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  34. 118
    Ah! Monika says:

    Can ANYONE please tell me how to unsubscribe fro CONSERVATIVE HOME.

    There is no unsubscribe link and email requests for the past 6 months have no effect

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  35. 120
    anon says:

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  36. 125
    Anonymous says:

    And there we have it – the lardy, ursine twat is against freedom of speech.

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  37. 126
    I don't need no doctor says:

    The discussion leaves me in no doubt that Diane Abbott is thick. Just the right material for Ed Miliband’s shadow government.

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  38. 129
    Another anon says:

    If laziness alone were a reason to disbar MPs from public life, I can think of a quite a number of constituencies which would be holding by-elections.

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  39. 137
    stun says:

    Neo-Guido vs. Jee Lasper quite entertaining on Sky News currently. His full day of TV app_earances is doing him good!

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  40. 149

    From quotes at IMDB

    Star Wars .. A New Dope. The Miliband Red-Ray edition.

    A long time ago, in a leadership race of little importance, far, far away…

    Ed Shitetalker buys androids from the tiny, squabbling, double dealing, corrupt scrap metal droid dealers, the Jowells. The red activist one blows up.
    C3P-Hain “Master Ed. This one has quit. Seems he had a bad motivator.”

    “Are you Tony-Benn Kenobi, of the far left alliance ?”
    “now there’s a party I haven’t heard of in a long time..”

    Outside the Cantina bar.
    Old Tony-Benn Kenobi tells the Unison Immaterial stormtrooper guards.
    “This is not the leader you are looking for. He should go about his business.”

    In the bar. Ed Shitetalker is confronted by an angry, hideous faced old /new labour supporter. {John Prescott}
    “My friend doesn’t like you!”
    “Well..I’m sorry..but I’ll try my very best..”
    “I don’t like you either. You just watch yourself. We’re unwanted men. I have punched voters on twelve boundaries. ”
    Old Tony-Benn Kenobi steps in..
    “This little one isn’t worth the bother..I’ll buy you a pie..”

    At the table – they meet Plan Loco {ed balls}
    Ed Shitetalker: “Benn – is this the smuggler?”
    Tony-Benn Kenobi: “well ..he’s certainly very smug”

    Plan Loco: “Sure..I can get you to number 10..But what’s in it for me?”
    Tony-Benn Kenobi: “Double cabinet post pension pots for you and your wife. Half in expenses now..and half later..You have a plan to get us there?”
    Plan Loco: “You’ve never heard of the Pollonium Balls-Con? Its the plan that destroyed the economy in less than 12 parliaments.”

    At the trader’s spacecraft
    Ed Shitetalker: “What a heap of junk! These ancient tax and spend policies will never fly”
    Plan Loco: “Listen kid..they’ll make it past The BBC completely undetected. They may not look like much, but they’ve got it where it counts, kid. In borrowing! I’ve made a lot of special modifications myself. I changed many of the ‘9’s to ‘0’s.”

    Tony-Benn Kenobi: “Your father’s Abacus. This is the weapon of a Jedwood Shite. Not as accurate or precise as a calculator; an elegant calculating device for a more prosperous age. For over a thousand days, the Jedwood Shites were the guardians of the finances in the Old Labour Republic. Before the dark times… before the money ran out..”

    Ed talks about predators and producers again.
    Plan Loco: Damn fool, I knew he was going to say that.
    Tony-Benn Kenobi: Who’s the more foolish? The fool, or the fool who follows him?

    Dave Prentis: Red One standing by!
    Sadiq Khan: Red Three standing by!
    Polly Toynbee: Red Six standing by!
    10 o’clock news: Red Ten standing by!
    Ken Livingstone: Red Ken standing by!
    Dianne Abbott: Red or black, standing by!
    Red Ed: yep..That’s about all who will vote for me.

    Red Ed: Stay on message..stay on message..
    Red Abbott: I got a problem here. My Twitter finger’s getting cramp. And I’m eating soup!
    Red Ed: Eject!
    Red Abbott: I can hold it. Gimme more room to type.
    Red Ed: You’re too off message. Shut up!
    Red Abbott: No, I’m all right…
    [death scream]
    Red Six: [Porky Abbott's career explodes from a media crossfire]

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Shaun Wright’s understatement about the Rotherham child abuse scandal…

“..I could have taken more action and probably dealt with this issue better.”



Owen Jones says:

We also need Zil lanes.


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