January 21st, 2012

Get Your #SaveEd Twibbon

The Don’t Unseat Ed Miliband Association is thriving, followers on Twitter can now add a “Save Ed” logo to their profile image by clicking here. Get it on.

We hope to persuade Peter Hain to join us as a patron and ensure that Ed Miliband leads the Labour Party into the general election. For that is what we all want…


  1. 1
    Only Me says:

    I is up there :-)

    Will Neo Guido be getting a #saveEd twibbon as a member of D.U.E.M.A ?


  2. 2
    Tom Tomos says:

    What must we do to be savEd?


    • 41
      Ed (Uncle Joe) Miliband says:

      But!! …….. But!!

      I am the man of steel.


    • 115
      Guy Burgess says:

      Ed Miliband, like his father Ralph, is a Trotskyist, and Trotskyists ARE Libertarians (see the history of the Neocon movement). Ed is simply taking over the reins from the likes of Blair, Mandelson and Brown who are also Libertarians.


      Ed Miliband’s function, along with New Labour generally over the past 13 years, is (and has been) to bury Old Labour as a statist party, and to facilitate grass-roots democracy (Trotskyism/anarchism/Neo-conservativism) instead. The New Left always has been Trotskyite not Stalinist. The state must wither away. Stalin modelled socialist Russia on the Fabian concept of socialism (Fabianism – see the Webbs’ on Russia) and Wall Street and the USA regards Fabianism as anathema to free-market Libertarianism, aka consumerism.


      • 124
        Donald Duart Maclean says:

        Even Len McCluskey can now see through Ed’s congenital neocon “pedigree”…

        Ed Miliband’s leadership is threatened by this Blairite policy coup


        “The political elite that was united in promoting the City-first deregulation policies that led to the crash is now united in asserting that ordinary people must pick up the tab for it. It leaves the country with something like a “national government” consensus where, as in 1931, the leaders of the three main parties agree on a common agenda of austerity to get capitalism – be it “good” or “bad” – back on its feet”

        Ed must have crossed a union red line to have wrought this ire from the unions. Will they bring him “to heel”?


      • 135
        The Paragnostic says:

        I do not think libertarianism means what you think it means.

        Neocons like Blair, Mandelson et al are as far from libertarian as it is possible to get – they are statists converted to corporatism by personal greed and venality.

        If you wish to discuss political standpoints, then redefining corporatism as libertarianism isn’t a very helpful starting point.

        For the roots of libertarian thought, Burke and Thoreau are a god place to look – the Webbs and Hitler (at the root of New Labour) less so.

        Please play again when you have the slightest idea of what the fuck you are talking about.


        • 145
          Kim (Stanley) Philby says:

          At the end of the C19th and early years of the C20th Britain opened its doors to asylum seekers fleeing persecution in Eastern Europe. What Britain didn’t seem to appreciate is that amidst those asylum seekers were anarchists who were feeling not persecution, but justified antagonism towards their anti-statist subversive behaviour. Some of those migrants moved on to NYC. In 1917 elements of this same group were used by the German High command to get Russia off their Eastern front by toppling the Tsar. Others were used by Britain according to Lloyd George to destabilise the Middle East, and thus make things difficult for the Ottoman Empire, an ally of Germany. In later decades, anarchism became free-market libertarianism which is anti-statist. This is why we have such a weak Public Sector. The anger today is because a clever minority use other less able groups to further erode their economic competition. For decades after WWII, Britain built up its welfare state through hard work and austerity. The ‘liberalism’ of the 60s was in fact subversion. After all, the kids hadn’t paid for the state, their parents had. It’s been down-hill ever since, with Thatcher’s mob (Keith Joseph playing the the Grey Cardinal) promoting anarchism as freedom/individualism, whilst casting the USSR etc as evil (Saachi etc PR). It was of course quite the reverse in reality. The USSR, like China today, put people before self-interest, duty before rights, i.e responsibility before narcissism.


          • Moscow Mike Handycock says:

            Well said Kim. I could not have put it better myself. Is there any shagging to be had in the outcomes of your dissertation? Boaz.


          • The Paragnostic says:

            If you wish to try to conflate anarchist bolshevism with libertarianism, then good luck to you. They are about as far apart as it is possible to get, though they do share a rejection of received authority as a core belief.

            Warning – only the most fuckwitted of Labour party supporters will believe you.

            And the neocons (the hint is in the name) are by definition Communists who became right wingers, like Blair, Brown and their friends Mussolini and Hitler before them.

            You paint with a broad brush, but your canvas is warped and your paint flaky.


          • Two Eds are better than one says:

            The way the anarchists (libertarians) work is by extending the franchise to as many (stupid) people as possible, knowing full well that this will ensure the removal of all governance and thus unleash the free-market and naked capitalism. That’s a sure-fire way of increasing consumers, unprotected by any regulation, i.e. no protection for them whatsoever from the snake-oil salespersons!

            But hey, that’s their choice eh? Making out they’re all geniuses suits the marketeers just fine thank you, so don’t you dare suggest that all people aren’t equally bright/able. They don’t need no nanny state telling them what’s good for them and what isn’t! Give 5 year olds the vote!



          • Anonymous says:

            “That’s a sure-fire way of increasing consumers”

            This is a joke innit? There was hardly anything TO consume in either Maoist China or Soviet Russia, you plonker. And don’t forget that all these bright/able people who sponge off the state are part of Labour’s clientele, you tit. The generation of wealth, creativity and innovation was and is far greater in the ‘libertarian’ west. Why do you think that people are flooding to places like the UK rather than North Korea you dopey twat?


      • 202
        Sir Barnabas Scudamore says:

        Nonsense – total balderdash !

        Milliband is a comintern delight (KGB paid and Russian trained)

        Mandleson – KGB through and through – F A C T

        Brown – KGB communist – F A C T

        At least with Cameron at the helm and with Gove making SENSIBLE suggestions (with regards to Royal Yatchs) – Her Majesty the Queen is safer.

        Long live Her Majesty the Queen !


        • 206
          Wan hung lo says:

          KGB doesn’t exist any more. It’s teh FSB and if Putin’s a communist then I’m a fucking Chinaman.


          • I Remember You Hoo says:

            Putin is not a communist, he does however follow a different strand of collectivist socialism, fascism.


  3. 3
    Just Asking says:

    WHY, exactly is it, that Hain never went back to his beloved motherland?

    Never really seen a satisfactory answer to this conundrum.


    • 7
      Winnie The Poo says:

      “with our boxes of matches and our necklaces we shall liberate this country”.

      We don’t need no orange men here!


      • 10
        Hugh Janus says:

        In the same way that we don’t need anyone like Peter Vain in high office with a conviction for conspiracy. And that goes for you too, Huhne – not that I wish to pre-judge your situation (it will happen soon enough anyway).


    • 32
      labourunionsbbc we are one says:

      Ah but the wole point of his little scam was to get out of the dark place and get into the HoP. Notheing more nothing less.

      In reality he couldn’t wait to get away from what he said he cared for.

      It’s always the opposite of what they say with these labour types; old Orwell pointed that out on many occasions.


    • 51
      Inkerman says:

      We asked for help from the boers – unhappily due to a misunderstanding South Africa sent a crushing bore in Vain. I agree, he should go back and take advantage of the free multi-culturism in his home country. Surely they want him back and in high office too??


    • 95
      Hain is a Humbug says:

      Maybe he was just a lair who never really intended to liberate South Africa at all: he really just a workshy immigrant who wanted to suckle at the teat of the British taxpayer.


    • 100
      The Cabinet Secretary says:

      He’s wanted for bank robbery.


    • 108
      Jabba the Cat says:

      Shame that the boys from BOSS didn’t bounce Hain out of the top floor window at HQ like they did with that terrorist Biko. Similarly, a shame that Ken Flowers and his boys didn’t get Comrade Mugabe. Would have saved everyone a lot of grief all round.


  4. 4
    Just Asking says:

    I don’t want twear a twibbon to twave the twat!


  5. 5
    joescotus says:

    what about a save our johann his previously gushing employer certainly is’nt


    • 49
      Phil says:

      I read his article on the reasons why.The stupid pillock cannot even spell flak correctly.


      • 81
        Jethro says:

        49 – Yes: obviously they don’t teach Basic English Grammar, Syntax, and Orthography in New York. Here’s his piece:
        I’d like to thank the Independent for the privilege of working for them over the past nine years, and for offering me my job back, starting in a few weeks. But after nearly six months living in New York City, and plenty of time to reflect, I’ve decided to not take them up on their kind offer.

        There are two reasons. I’m willing to take the flack for my errors myself: when you screw up, you should pay a price. But I’m not willing to see other people, who are played no part in those errors and are unimpeachably decent people, take the flack too. It’s not fair on them. The Independent has been great to me, and we need its principles in the public arena without distractions.

        Secondly, while doing some journalistic retraining in the US, I’ve started working on a book on a subject I believe is important and requires urgent action. To be done properly it needs international travel and the kind of in depth focus that’s not possible when you are writing a heavily researched column at the same time. So, while I’ll be writing occasional articles elsewhere, I’ll be mainly delving deeply into this one subject for now.

        Above all else, I’d like to thank all the readers of the Independent. Ever since I started as a columnist as a 23 year old I have learned so much from you. I often learned the most from the more critical messages – you have talked me out of a dozen positions – but your supportive letters and emails since last July have hugely moved me.

        I’ll continue to be a loyal reader and supporter of the Independent. It is one of the world’s great newspapers, and I feel privileged to have been part of it all these years.
        So, we get the infelicity of a ‘split infinitive’ in the second sentence and a confusion of Subjects in the first (‘the privilege… and for offering…’, rather than, say, ‘for allowing me to work for them… and for offering me…’). In the second paragraph, we have the ‘flack’ you’ve mentioned, and then ‘who are played no part in those errors': either he should have written ‘who are no part
        …’ or ‘who have played no part…’. Before that, he wrote, ‘you should pay a price': surely, the expression is ‘pay the price’?
        But then… Meeting a murderer in Broadmoor is not something one does every day, so our conversation remains deeply embedded on my mind.
        ‘How did you get on with Sir John Murray?’
        ‘Oh, John Murray – pretty well, but you had to watch him like a hawk, else he’d be trying to smuggle in some…’
        ‘Files? Hack-saws?’
        His laughter was irrepressibly gay.
        ‘Oh no: try and smuggle in some folk-etymology he was unaccountably attached to. Of course, he was at the other end of the scale compared to the Fowlers.’
        He registered my puzzlement.
        ‘No, you see they were Modernisers; he was an Ancientiser.’
        Seeing me looking anxious, he searched among a great heap of papers, at last triumphantly bringing forth a torn scrap.
        ‘There you are, you see: ‘Ancientiser n. (uncommon) cf. ‘gothiciser’. One who habitually finds, or tries to find, a possibly spurious antiquity for a word or expression’. A bit like those folk who so successfully convinced people that the town had its origins in a Roman settlement, ciren-castra, that no-one now calls it correctly by its far elder name of ‘Cisseter’.
        He emphasised the first syllable so much, fixing me, the while, with a meaningful glare, that I thought it prudent to ring for the Attendant…


  6. 6
    Hannibal from Carthage says:

    Dromey has not resigned. Romney has not been shown the door

    Not a squeak out of Ed.

    true leadership at its very best.


  7. 8
  8. 13
    tony m says:

    Hari ditched by indy. On to hune now.


  9. 16
    Tachybaptus says:

    Will a mere twibbon save poor Ed, when even his own nose has given up?


  10. 18
    Jonah to save the Union? says:

    Former Tory chairman says Gordon Brown is man to lead anti-independence campaign



    • 23
      Sweaties Nicked My Taxes says:

      The best way to ensure the the sweaties really eff off.


    • 73
      Drop a Daisy cutter on the BBC says:

      Oh please let his be so, if anything will fuck up the save the skirt wearing mongs campaign this will


      • 138
        Expat Geordie says:

        Think it through. Brown leads the anti independence campaign, so naturally the Scots become independent. Since Brown is now a foreigner we can say that the country was the victim of a vicious anti-English/British campaign by a foreign national between 1997-2010, which was at its height from 2007-2010. Then we can treat Brown in the same way as Bin Liner and put a cruise missile through his window (not up his backside though – he’d enjoy it).

        I’m begining to like the sound of this.


  11. 20
    Anonymous says:

    He’s just stated that the UK needs more public servants. I think you have your work cut out Guido.


  12. 22
    David Attenburgh says:

    This is more important than saving the planet.


    • 52
      Accompanying TV Clip says:

      Shows picture of ‘earth’ from outer space -really its a tennis ball with crepe paper on it knoced up by the special effects department.


  13. 24
    Ed Miliband MP says:

    Thankyou Guido Fawkes.


  14. 25
    Careful Investor says:

    If I save Ed, what level of interest can I expect?


  15. 28
    Thomas from Tonna says:

    Do not forget about the Great Leader’s vision during the Woolarse case.

    Well Phil, I would like to give you a role in the Shadow Cabinet but think you better stay on the backbenches for the time being until you clear your name in that court case against you.

    At times I dread what might happen if Ed was left in charge of Doncaster Rovers under 11’s.


  16. 30
    Ed Balls says:

    So what!


  17. 36
    Peter Hain says:

    That was a strong and assured Twibbon.


  18. 39
    Anonymous says:

    You can still follow BB on twitter if you’ve got suicidal tendencies. I’ve got a twitter account, but how can you really slag someone off properly in just 140 characters ffs? I just don’t get twatter at all I’m afraid.


  19. 45
    ffs! says:

    A “Twibbon” ffs?


  20. 47
    RED ED - SON OF BROWN says:

    DUEMA !! Bring it on !


  21. 48
    A W Tompson says:

    Why not take advantage of my new Tesco promotion – get one free, get another free. Its a very popular way of saving


  22. 50
    Mrs. Ball-Scooper ( triple flipper ) says:

    Eds – are we still chanting, ‘Too far, too fast’ or have we switched to a different slogan today ?


    • 55
      Red Ed's non-predator union bosses says:

      Keep chanting, ‘ Too far, too fast ‘ . We’ll let you know if and when we want the soundbites changed.


    • 63

      I asked some Yankee associates if they could help.
      Is the labour party like the tea party, they asked. More like the ‘Tea-leaf’ Party, i told them. But they were happy enough to help.

      A sample US Presidential style campaign message?

      ED MILIBAND REALLY DOES BELIEVE IN FAIRNESS! {hand stamp with a big tick thumps onto screen}
      {hand stamp with a tick thumps onto screen}
      {hand stamp with a tick thumps onto screen}

      {hand stamp with a tick thumps onto screen}


      say very fast{Ed Miliband and all his associates and supporters my not be as equal as other supporters. The dreams of Ed Miliband and his party may not be realised. The measure of fairness described is the standard as used by the Republic of Mexico. All images of Ed Milband remain the property of the campaign to re-elect the Prime President.}

      My name ith Ed Miliband and I endorth thith metthage.



  23. 56
    Behind the Paywall says:

    “The officers on the case have felt very confident about it from an early stage. That confidence has grown each time they have provided additional information.”



  24. 57
    Benny Fitz-Clements says:

    Who ? Benny Fitz-Tourettes ?? A relative of Ed Balls ? I swear they’re not related to me.


  25. 61
    annette curton says:

    Anal Korininat!


  26. 69
    Be There or Be Square says:


  27. 72
    Sarah says:

    There ?


  28. 74
    Harridan Harmanhater says:


    • 102
      Jethro-mine-dump says:

      72 – There must be a better-than-Downfall spoof here: ‘Mein Fuhrer, meine fuhrerin, I did what I had to do, knowing, mein Fuhrer, that you would have done the same…’ – that sort of thing, but both much wittier, and much funnier.


    • 136
      B.Bob, name changed to stop the modding. says:

      The squeaker is a little odious c*nt !


  29. 75
    Ian E says:

    Not a campaign I can support: actually the ConDems, pretty useless as they are, will be even worse if not held to some sort of account. Just as the UK went down the pan under the BliarBrownstuff regime, so the UK will continue down that route unless Cam-NoLeg-eron have some real competition! (Which, of course, MicroRubber cannot provide.)


    • 231
      I Remember You Hoo says:

      For much of the ZaNuLabour reign of theft, the Conservative opposition drooled over Bliar and McRuin and wished fervently that they were on their side. Yes they were and are, THAT stupid.


  30. 76
    Movies says:

    I’m surprised at the lack of comments in recent weeks about The Iron Lady. Have any of you seen it? Seen it twice. It’s very good and a remarkably affectionate and glowing portrait. Which is why Prescott and other Labour figures have condemned it and called it revisionist nonsense. They’re just pissed off that no one will ever want to make a glowing biopic of Blair or Brown.


    • 94
      Straightsorta Guy Tony says:

      Did SHE save the Monarchy though ?


    • 109
      Really? says:

      You seriously underestimate the political skew of our media folk. Expect there to be scripts passed discretely across dining tables whenever they meet at each other’s homes. Before you realise it, there’s a new BAFTA winner…


    • 131
      Anonymous says:

      I saw it last night and thought there were too many flashbacks and dwelling on her mental condition now. They should have got her history sorted in the first ten minutes and proceeded in a linear review of her 11 years as PM. As it is, we only saw a few seconds each of documentary footage of the miners strike, the IRA, the poll tax riots, fall of the Berlin wall, the Falkland war etc, to cover those events. Too much footage of her shuffling around the house in a confused state when her mental faculties waned, IMHO.


  31. 78
    RED ED - SON OF BROWN says:

    Great photo of me behind Harridan Harmanhater !! DUEMA !!


    • 87
      genghiz the kahn says:

      lAre they the two pandas at Edinburgh Zoo.


    • 91
      joescotus says:

      this munter was a hasbeen in the eighties just proves the shallow pool of talent in the labour party that this scum has risen to the top!


      • 233
        I Remember You Hoo says:

        The wicked Harmperson bitch wanted to legalise adult-child sex prior to entering parliament. That she rose to the heights she did, shows just how rotted the establishment are.


        • 244
          Sceptic Meg says:

          Any evidence for that or are you just talking shite?

          I hate the bitch but I really don’t beleive that.

          Doesn’t even seem like Harriet’s style. She’d most likely want to ban sex altogether.


    • 190
      Tell it like it really is says:

      Is this a still from “Physco.?”


    • 194
      Ah! Monika says:

      @4.03 slip ” David er Ed”


  32. 83

    As Ed Balls is going to be his likely successor
    should we not be advocating an “ED not ED campaign ?


    • 103
      Jethro says:

      Fine: as long as everyone is reminded that ‘ED’ stands (if that’s the word) for Erectile Dysfunction.


  33. 84
    Self employed Big Issue seller, earning 48p a day. says:

    ot. RT reporting austerity riots in Rumania. Not a mention from our media about it. apparently there has been trouble in Bucharest for a couple of weeks now. Without doubt, a news black out on it, something akin to the muzzie grooming case in Liverpool. Standby for thousands more Big Issue sellers to arrive here very shortly.


    • 144
      David Camoron says:

      Excellent. That will boost our economy. I’ll get the £29,000 p/a benefit-cheques ready for each of them.

      Toodle pip!


  34. 85
    Innocent Bystander says:

    What I want to know is who punched Miliband minimus on the nose.

    Unless it’s that thug Balls, I would like to send him or her a note of profound thanks…


  35. 86
  36. 88
    Tommy the Hedgehog says:

    I think young Milligan has a problem with the Electorate because he has not been eating any greens.

    I know that the there was a very nice leek and Stilton quiche in the canteen the other day because I was paying for it.

    Ed though did not partake.

    if he refuses to eat his greens people simply will not treat him seriously.

    I get the impression the smells coming from liebherr HQ just aren’t quite right.


  37. 93
    HappyUK says:

    Still no sign the world is getting any saner.

    The in-depth report into the August looting spree somehow managed to over-look the old man kicked to death in West London, the small business owners who had to watch their livelihoods go up in smoke and that foreign student mugged by scumbags he thought were trying to help him.

    The researchers did make one fascinating discovery. They found that people who commit crimes aren’t too keen on the cops. No shit Sherlock?


    • 111
      Hannibal from Carthage says:

      Five innocent people lost their lives in those riots because Dave could not be arsed to come back off his Tuscan hols and people thought it Ok.

      Milly should have done more on that fateful Sunday. He simply went AWOL.

      Dread to think how many will die this summer.

      Avoid the UK if you can.


      • 167
        childish statement says:

        ‘Five innocent people lost their lives in those riots because Dave could not be arsed to come back off his Tuscan hols’

        I am sure you really believe this statement Hannibal, you toatl tool.


      • 216
        jgm2 says:

        Strange. I thought five people died because the police shot a bl*ck drug dealer dead and the ‘community’ took issue with this interference in local commerce.

        It didn’t help that it suited the police, who were/are in line for man-power reductions, to let things get out of control to give them a better bargaining position.

        Then of course there was Labour/BBC positively relishing the thought of summer riots from the day Cameron was elected. If one of the main political parties is building up people’s expectations that there’ll be riots then their supporters kind of take that as a green light. They’ll be pre-disposed to a bit of rioting.

        I really don’t think Cameron is in the frame here at all.


  38. 96
    • 110
      Weekends are for blogging says:

      Weekend yes, service, indifferent.


      • 117
        a passing tumbleweed says:

        On a cold weekend this blog should be buzzing, and look at it, a fucking wasteland.


        • 126

          We don’t give a shit.


        • 132
          a passing tumbleweed says:

          Too true.


        • 139
          Weekends are for blogging says:

          Seems like Order Order has a touch of Tesco’s syndrome, buying into their own bullshit and forgetting that the public are demanding fuckers who are always right – even if the service is free, they readers are necessary to attract the other income streams. It is not yet fatal, but a change of attitude is recommended


        • 152
          The Tesco School of Customer Service says:

          So what if our service is crap? So what if our staff are surly chavs? So what if our prices are high? So what if 29 of our 37 checkouts are unmanned and you’re fucked-off in a queue?

          We’re Tesco! Who they fuck are you? Where else are you gonna go?


        • 169
          Panda Boll says:

          Walthamstow Market.


  39. 101

    You are aware of the refund policy?


  40. 112
    Just Asking says:

    Is it true that Vain, whilst on his early South African adventure set a bomb off in a railway station and his best friend got hanged by the neck until dead for the crime?


  41. 114
    Hannibal from Carthage says:

    Another 67 billion pound bill has just landed on the taxpayers lap. This time because of Woolworths insolvency

    what has Milligan said about it? Nothing

    What has Dave said? Nothing?

    What has Clegg said? Nothing.

    What should the taxpayer do? Strike!


    • 150
      Tessa Tickles says:

      You’re out by about 1,000. It’s not 67 billion, it’s 68 million.


      • 224
        Gordon Brown says:

        Million or Billion – it’s all the same to me.

        You’ve got it – I’ll squander it.

        You’ve not got it I’ll borrow it and then squander it.

        Can’t borrow it? I’ll print it and then squander it.


  42. 118
    Bi11y says:

    I wont go quietly.


  43. 119
    Giggle at this. says:


  44. 123
    Bring Back 8i!!y Brigade says:

    8i!!y had more going about him than the host.


  45. 127
    I don't need no doctor says:

    How about picking the two worst mates you could have.
    Peter Hain and Keith Vaz for starters.
    Feel free to join in comrades.


  46. 130
    sarf london massive says:

    Dis blog is well fucked innit bro!


  47. 142
    Gordon Brown says:

    Tomatoes don’t like me.


  48. 143
    nellnewman says:

    Of course despite all our worthy efforts to support the twittish ed he has no chance of surviving as leader until 2015.

    The big question is which labour failure are they going to replace him with?!


    • 149
      Tessa Tickles says:

      They can replace him with whoever they want, the purpose of the Parasite Party will remain the same: take money from working people and give it to feckless anti-social parasites.

      For anyone working in the private sector, there’s really no reason to vote Parasite unless they’re really really REALLY thick.


  49. 153
    They're all the same says:

    What a load of partizan boll0cks.

    Labour/tories/lib dems – who gives a fuck which lying fool leads any of the evil feckers?


  50. 154
    Who the fuck is Ed Miliband? says:



  51. 165
    Gordon Brown says:

    I just done a poo.


  52. 171
    Drop a Daisy cutter on the BBC says:

    Bonnie Greer the yank racist accuses this blog of being out to get Chris Huhne. What did we all ring him up and tell him to get his wife to take the points and thus break the law?

    Fuck off back to America Greer.


  53. 172
    Tim Love Joy says:

    Save Chip Don’t let Sarah win!


  54. 174
    Davros or bust says:

    Why are Sarah and Gordon Brown going to the Dalek planet next week?


  55. 185
    I don't need no doctor says:

    It is beyond belief that Bush and Blair appear to have got away with taking us into an illegal war in Iraq.
    What power is it that allows them to get away scot free?
    It is high time this issue was brought back into the public eye.


  56. 187
    Gordon says:

    Exteminate, EXTERMINATE!


  57. 189
    Ontablets says:

    I’m globally bending on twitter


  58. 193
    Drop a Daisy cutter on the BBC says:

    Leftie shirt lifter Owen Jones spouting wank on Sky News, where the fuck do these mongs come from? Is some fucking fat retard breeding them in a back street?


  59. 197
    The Grinch says:

    I find it beyond all reason that the man who stole Christmas will become the next US President.


  60. 198
    Barnabas Scudamore says:

    This has gone too far.

    Might I suggest that Her Majesty the Queen NEEDS Milliband – with him in charge and giving Scotland Independence, there may be a very good chance of getting rid of the Labour party.

    I think a better idea would be to set up a ” lets unseat Ed Milliband Association”.

    It could then be done really pathetically and poorly. When Ed finds out about it, he will feel better about himself and continue the course as he will think that the only people interested in getting rid of him are “idiots” – a double bluff.

    Remember what is at stake – Her Majesty and the crown need Milliband, because with him, we can (well I can at least) sleep easy.

    He makes Harold Wilson look “right wing” and Kinnock “intelligent”.

    Long live Her Majesty the Queen.


    • 200
      Sir Barnabas Scudamore says:

      I appear to have had my title removed ? hmmmmmm…..that can be Ed’s fault as well !

      Love live Her Majesty the Queen !


      • 201
        Sir Barnabas Scudamore says:

        Love live Her Majesty the Queen ?

        LONG live Her Majesty the Queen – Long Live Her Majetsy the Queen

        (even the mention of Ed’s name, makes a man fall apart at the seams).


  61. 204
    Ian says:

    Bit off-topic, but this site lists politicians who are also sex criminals –



  62. 205
    albacore says:

    Please don’t unseat Ed Miliband
    As Labour leader he’ll do grand
    The Tories, after all, have Dave
    Who don’t exactly make you rave
    But then, the Liberals have Clegg
    Another E U-loving dreg
    And so, when all is said and done
    You’re only voting just for fun
    Whichever Commie you elect
    Our cat is worth more real respect


  63. 207
    jesus wept says:

    Fuck me, some twat has culled comments on here in a move reminiscent of a North Korean arsehole.


  64. 208
    I need 8i11y wi11y hot man love says:

    Is this a gay dating site?


  65. 209
    Campaign for a Huhne-free UK says:


    A cunningly-worded non-apology ? if so, there’s still a glimmer of hope for them yet.


  66. 210
    b1!!y B says:

    Wuv me tender, wuv me true!


  67. 218
    Rob Roy says:

    I am very reliably informed that Ed this week will be celebrating Burns night with some real Scottish people.

    Other sources tell me that Dave will be doing the same thing too but with other Scots in a different place.


    • 228
      jgm2 says:

      I’m becoming increasingly irritated with the infiltration of ‘Burns night’ south of the border.

      Robbie Burns is shit. It’d be like having a national p155-up for Victoria Wood.

      ‘Ode to a Haggis’.

      FFS. The stupid c*unts can’t even see he was taking the p155.


      • 238
        Tessa Tickles says:

        Jeeze, not heard of Ode to a Haggis before.

        Fair fa’ your honest, sonsie face,
        Great chieftain o’ the pudding-race!
        Aboon them a’ yet tak your place,
        Painch, tripe, or thairm:
        Weel are ye wordy o’a grace
        As lang’s my arm.

        It’s not quite in the same league as Wordsworth, is it?


        • 247
          Tommy Sheridan says:

          I have invited Mr Cameron and his good wife to spend Burns Night with my wife and myself the right side of the Border.

          Sadly I have yet to receive a reply.


        • 249
          Rob Roy says:

          English born
          Engiish bred
          Strong in the arm
          And thick in the head


  68. 222
    Gordon Brown says:

    I wish D.U.E.M.A the very best of luck.


  69. 225
    Gordon Brown says:

    I am still here and have my finger on the economic pulse. I would still lead Labour and win again.

    We learn from the electorate and listen. And when I listen….. I hear a yearning for my leadership and economic prudence.


    • 230
      jgm2 says:

      That’s the voices in your fucked-up head again.


    • 246
      Aiming for failure..Labour hopes running into the ground says:

      The latest YouGov polls gives Tories 5% over Labour at 41% compared to 36% and LibDems at 9% which would give Cameron a majority if there was an election to-day. The fact is that given the problems the Coalition is having on a variety of policies etc Labour should be around 20 points ahead at this stage in the cycle(the polls narrow the nearer to election day you get)but they’re not……why ?

      The Labour Party is still not credible on the economy. People realise that if in government they would be doing the same.

      Labour have two of the worse politicians in the key roles of Leader and Shadow Chancellor.The public just do not warm to either. Their core vote is dis-heartened mainly because for the past 18 months Miliband and Co have been building up their expectations on reversing public sector cuts etc and now they’ve had to admit reality.

      Like the USA where it seems that Obama will be up against a Republican no hoper in either Romney or Gingrich unless some miracle occurs likewise Cameron is almost guaranteed a re-election in 2015 with Miliband in charge of Labour.


  70. 229
    A nun's colon says:

    This site needs updating :



  71. 238
    nellnewman says:

    I’ve wet myself again.


  72. 248
    Average White Bloke says:

    Isn’t this all, and I don’t mean it in a nasty hatey way, a bit gay?


  73. 250
    Rob Roy says:

    Ed Milliband in a kilt.

    Please do something Dave.

    Save us.

    Give us our freedom now.

    We will not disappoint you.


  74. 253
  75. 255
    Thomas from Tonna says:

    What Ed says today Dave does tomorrow.

    it looks as if Hester can kiss goodbye to his big bonus.

    it will be interesting to see whether Hester then kisses us all good bye


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