February 7th, 2012


  1. 1
    Not the BBC says:

    Fat C-unt


  2. 2
    Tony Blair says:

    Who gives a fuck what that fat fuck thinks? I never liked him anyway.


  3. 3
    Steven Hester says:

    Prezza got cooties.


  4. 4
    Steven Hester says:

    Why does this site advertise for Ken Livingstone? Khunts.


    • 6
      Adam Boulton says:

      The mature dating ads are cool though.


    • 14
      Ivan Agenda says:

      I asked the same about pushing Red Ken but Guido obviously puts money before principles? Or perhaps he is keeping track of Red Ken’s progress or lack of?


  5. 5
    Rat's arse says:

    Delusional scrote. Who the bloody hell cares about his warped opinions.


  6. 7
    Anonymous says:

    What a fat useless git. Sod off you idiot, no one cares what you think, you ex pillow polisher


  7. 9
    Distraught master & commander says:

    The 1968 Race Relations Act contains an exemption allowing seafarers recruited abroad to be paid at lower rates than their British counterparts. This , to the best of my understanding was never repealed , I could be wrong though , This was introduced by Harold Wilsons Government , In 1997 there was an ability to sail a ship under the British Flag without a single British person on board, unless it was strategic, in which case the master was to be NATO , EEC , or a whole variety of alternatives . This was bought in about a month before Tony Blair took over as the Prime Minister with Lord John as the head of the newly created Department for Environment, Transport and the Regions , bye bye british crews , hello the Red Duster as a Flag of Convenience , fortunatly still overseen by the MCA .
    I have watched these politician’s all my life , my father was a shop steward for the NUM , Wilson’s government closed the Railways and the Pits , Beechings cuts were bought into force under Wilson . They all stand out as the Working Man’s friend . In 1966 I lived in South Shields a house was between £600 – £3000 , the Lest prosperous member of the Labour cabinet was Anthony Crossman , his house was over £100,000.
    I like to stand against the trough , which seems to attract all politicians .
    I thought the reform movement was a agreat idea , especially as I saw Hogarth as selling out his members , IF my memory is correct didn’t the NUS quietly agree a 54 hour week at sea up from a 44 hour one . I thought the Reform movement was badly treated , Do I remember one guy getting jailed as well.
    I just really don’t think John Prescott deserves the honour , There are many others , In my opinion deserve enobling before he does .
    SO sorry if my views offend , but having been a member of various trades unions over the last 45 years , I just am at a loss to think of any great union leaders , and my stomach turns at how the middle class intelligencia took over the Labour movement and told us working men how they were working in our best interest . I now look at how much the union leaders ean and wonder how how can justify wages three times their average members’s salary .
    As Lord Prescott was sponsered by the NUS and then the RMT , I am at a loss to work out exactly what he ever did for the seafarer or the british Merchant Navy.


  8. 10
    Some Geezer wot's gonna give the devil his due: good on ya, Your Lardship! says:

    A former Labour Deputy PM not wanting to put something or someone under statutory control? Here’s when I thought that would happen:


  9. 12
    Kered Ybretsae says:

    Prezzas belly should be put under statutory control.


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