March 23rd, 2012

Guidogram Going Out Shortly

The Guidogram this week will round-up budget week highs and lows. Don’t forget you can now read the Sunday edition of the blog exclusively in the Daily Star Sunday.

Subscribing to the Guidogram makes sure that you get emailed Guido’s round up of the week. Thousands of Westminster insiders read it, Labour HQ never misses it.

Join the conspiracy and become a subscriber to the Guidogram, free, to keep in the loop.

You’re either in front of Guido, or behind…

UPDATE: Too late it has gone.


  1. 1
    Jeff says:

    I dont miss it

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    sockpuppet #4 says:

    Conservative MP Sarah wool?ston on radio4 a couple of mins ago.

    She’s just said that the subsidised bars in the house of commons are not subsidised by the taxpayer. Who paid for that then, the tricky old lizards?

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    nellnewman says:

    Oh dear another politician who doesn’t understand basic economics. worrying.

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    I’m not feeling myself.

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    Terrible – these pensioners being paid £64 more. No wonder the dead tree press are, to a man, up in arms.

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    A fizzy orange says:

    I’m feeling soda pressed.

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    Ex-Conservative voter says:

    Not only does she think MPs’ drinks subsidies aren’t subsidised by us, she “Voted moderately for more EU integration.”

    Ah, yes, another Tory MP with the finger on the pulse of the nation.

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    Joss Ayinglike says:

    I think little Johnny is a kaleidoscope catastrophe with a kaleidoscope cock married to a kaleidoscope cow.

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    David Camoron says:

    My “all-female selection lists” certainly brought in some terrifically clever totty, eh?

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    Red Ken ( pond life ) Livingscum says:



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    Stinkfinger says:

    Todays baby boom Pensioners think they have it hard.
    Imagine being age 70 and still being chased from arsehole to breakfast time by the job centre.
    That is what’s in store for the rest of us poor c*nts born after the mid 1960’s.

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    David Camoron says:

    Some people say I’ve been hard on the elderly, but that’s bally-well not true. Why, when my head gardener of 20 years turned 85 last week (I think his name was Roger or Caruthers or something), I shook him warmly by the hand, saluted him for his splendid service and then shot him in the back of the head. Quick. Clean. Painless.

    And then I took the change from his pockets, and his watch. He’ll be buried in the servants’ pit behind the stables.

    How about that for taking care of the elderly?

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    Her Majesty says:

    Today I have been to Media City in Salford.

    Very nice.
    But then they do get 3.5bn quid a year.

    My favourite part was looking in a large warehouse with enourmous heaters and blowers in it.

    “This is where we dry the bed wetters mattresses, your highness. Most days its full.”
    “I see..pongs a bit , doesn’t it?”
    “They are mostly on a vegetable based diet, your majesty.”
    “Really? Well I could murder a Big Mac.”
    “Unfortunately not. Not within 10 miles ma’am. There is a lentil and tofu vending machine in the foyer. Or would you rather wait until we get to the Trafford centre?”
    “I’ll wait, thank you.”

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    Is this numberjacks? Spooky Spoon has hidden 3.

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    If you look at Sally with a kaleidoscope held to each eye, she scrubs up to a 4.

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    Photo-critic says:

    Nice picture of a brick thing with ‘3’ painted on it.

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    ahh,good. You found him!

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    Stinkfinger says:

    One measure could increase revenue,lower pension costs and save on hip,knee and bollock operations.
    Cut the tax on a packet of fags by 75%

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    Anonymous says:

    Apart from the Prime Minister, no other Cabinet minister admitted to earning enough to be caught by the top rate, which applies to annual incomes over £150,000 a year.

    This is despite several of Mr Cameron’s colleagues likely to receive unspecified levels of income from blind trusts, private firms and other property assets.


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    Anonymous says:

    How did Osborne manage to buy £2,000,000 plus house and £600,000 farm house on an MP salary of £65,000 a year.

    Mortgage alone for £2,600,000 at 4% is £104,000 a year. He would not have saved much from his Selfridge’s job (folding towels) to pay for it.

    Not only that, now he is paid almost £135,000, he rents his Nottinghill £2,000,000 house (rent in this area is over £10,000 for a 3 bed house), get divided from £4,500,000 worth of shares his father gave him (seems tax free as well) and get income from his trust fund. Still he doesn’t pay 50% tax.

    To add to al lthis he has to mug granny to get a tax cut for his friends and family.

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    Jimmy says:

    You wouldn’t have thought there’s be that much money in a mailing list of guidophiles. Goes to show.

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    How did he amass a fortune on a lowly MP’s salary?
    Easy. He uses the same accountant as Chukka.

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    Ah! Monika says:

    Putin’s back!

    Former Russian banker German Gorbuntsov is in a critical condition after being shot several times by a man armed with a sub-machine gun in east London.

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    Are you a subscriber Jimbo?
    Just to keep informed of the enemies intentions, of course.

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    lord mendelsohn of tel aviv says:

    we all like a rich daddy

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    the little Red Ken says:

    It wasn’t Putin.
    I warned him.

    keep me tax arrangements secret or else.

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    not a machine says:

    The two competeing arguments from the home and health secretary , are two sides of the current cheap supermarket booze problem . perhaps it is solvable better if wines are just left out equation , and we try and get drinking back into pubs again , and licencee via counter affair .
    I do not doubt there is drinking problem , where some people are not realising alcohol oblivion most days of the week is a life threatening problem , I doubt you can do much about enjoying weekend from work , but buy enlarge before pub prices took care of £40 for a nights bender , the cheap buy some from supermarket problem , didnt add to fri/sat nights .

    It costs the NHS quite a bit of money to deal with problems of fri/sat night , let alone those now rolling in from longer term alcohol and drug abuse , because they do not consider restraint of benefit . Finland has some of the highest alcohol prices going , so it might be worth comparing , cultures to see if abuse can be reigned in .
    The culture and society aspects cannot be ignored , by sperating pub from home , we had a sort of shop that had its own rules , if your landlord was like some of the old skool ones I remeber , although some are happy if you do just spend your life in a coma in there pub . Now we have this more get loaded at home cheaply and then hit the scene and for some , just get loaded at home .
    The more pub orientated social drink has perhaps gone with the pub , so whats left increased sales and a health problem ???? or some spending a bit on a luxury in safety of home , and not trouble in pubs …

    The problem certainly seems to have some new clearly defined problem groups , I dont think the wino group has changed much , down and out , with little hope etc etc , the new groups seem to be ones with money , but dont seem to consider they may have or may be developing a problem .
    Quite what has changed from fri/sat night , let your hair down event is interesting , I used to drink along as much as the rest of them , but never in the day and only a few for social in the week , because it always was part of work ethic during week . I drink very little now as do most of mt aquaintences , they dont go clubbing and have mortgages etc etc . I had one friend who under 30 had damaged his liver through drink , he pulled it round after DRs warning , I only know one other who nearly died through drink abuse over 5 or so years , but he just lost his business and couldnt see he was in a mess .
    Dont know any heavy female drinkers , so cannot say whats going on in ladette culture , my only note is that some traditional femanine culture has gone . Dont do drugs anymore , saw that for one way ticket it is , early enough , but assume that culture is still claiming its idiots as its cheaper than booze .
    My stance is dont legalise drugs , ive seem what happens , when they are underground , high odds of ending in a mess as a person , from that money for death market .

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    the little Red Ken says:

    Do you not understand INCOME and WEALTH?

    You are Owen Jones and you can keep the £5 to buy a tax guide.

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    Anonymous says:

    Osborne even send his 2 children at a cost of £22,000 (for both) to private school on his MP salary of £65,000; on top of his £104,000 interest only mortgage. For anyone if daddy or someone else is giving this sort of money they have to pay tax on gift. There will also be questions as to why someone gave money to an MP. People might remember ex-Harrods owner giving brown envelope to conservative MP(s).

    Shadow chancellor George Osborne has chosen an £11,000-a-year private school for his two children, it has been revealed.

    Read more:

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    Anonymous says:

    If it is by someone else and not tax payers it could be thought as bribe.

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    Anonymous says:

    Inheritance limit is much less than £4,500,000. Any limit over inheritance limit you have to pay tax unless you employ aggressive tax avoidance.

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    Anonymous says:

    Tell me about Chukka? I am sure a lot of people would like to know.

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    Abdelbaset al-Megrahi says:

    2012’s Diana

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    Chuka Urmunneyaround says:


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    Anonymous says:

    Do you mean like the rich daddy who gave money to Mandy. If I remember correctly, Mandy was forced out for this. So Osborne should go as well.

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    Labourunionsbbc we are one says:

    Looks anonymous to me.

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    P.Mandevilson, the Eminence Greasy says:

    I just kept coming back. Time after time after time.

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    Anonymous says:

    Give the full detail about Chukka. You link looks like the one that cannot be trusted. Any major news papers?

    Chukka seems to be a highly successfully city lawyer as well, unlike towel folding Osborne.

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    RED ED - SON OF BROWN says:

    The politics on envy are alive and well and flourishing under Liebour.

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    Anonymous says:

    I am glad most of you agree thinks are looking dodgy about Osborne’s finance.

    Otherwise you would have defended him, rather than trying to insult me. Just remember I have a very thick skin.

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    MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK son of COD says:

    FFS Government figures say that 50% of all booze sales is drank by Binge Drinkers
    You couldn’t make it up , errrrr yes you can !

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    Neutral Zone says:

    And a very thick head

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    Providing you don’t get another Labour government in which case you will be chased from arsehole to breakfast time until your 90s or more…

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    What about the other 73.25%? Hic.

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    Doing time says:

    You seem to think this is a Tory site. Common mistake amongst newbie Labour lemmings.

    We don’t give a toss about Osborne. Or Dave. Or May,Clegg’s,Gove,Cable or any of them.

    If you want a partisan, unthinking, on message blog, try Left Foot Forward.

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    Don’t be too unkind to Jimmy, Bill.

    I am sure you detect that hint of jealousy in his post.

  52. 52

    Never that good with decimal places?


  53. 53

    One rasher or two?

    Be careful, too much and you could get cancer…

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    Oooh what a give-away! says:

    When re-posting old crap, it’s best not to include the ‘reply’ bit at the end.

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    Another Engineer says:

    4%, I reckon.

    Blood alcohol level.

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    Hang them and save valuable prison space says:

    What about a cin tax?

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    HA HA says:

    OT but, being a first-time contributor to this site, I’m sure the ModBot will forgive me this indulgence:-
    I hope I wasn’t the only human who heard Ed Balls being laid into by some disgruntled, hard-working pleb whose memory stretches back further than 24 months and whose pension now “wouldn’t buy him a decent holiday in the sun”, live on Labour-loving BBC Radio 2 this afternoon?
    This chap managed to tell poor Ed, on air, that he was “full of bullshit” and that 13 years of Labour government had, as well bankrupting the country, basically negated all the saving he’d done via his pension scheme.
    Pensions are for poofs and the feeble minded but this guy really gave Balls both barrels.
    Ed was audibly blinking by now and struggling to get a word in edgeways against this non-believer so I cracked another beer, turned my face to the sun and wondered where this Springtime panto was going to.
    Well, after the right-wing, pension-deficient agitator had been muted, the apologies for fruity language flowed thick and fast before Mr. Balls offered his sympathies to the bloke for having lived through a global financial crisis that happened to occur on Labour’s 13-year watch……….

    ………etc. etc. ………….

    Best laugh of the day though. Cooeee to anyone that knows me.

    HA HA x x

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    Hello my dear beloved (etc) says:

    “Chukka seems to be a highly successfully city lawyer”

    Yup. A lot of N1gerians seem to be things they’re not.

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    smoggie says:

    Highy successful city lawyer.

    Fuck off.

    He couldn’t be trusted to do a bit of conveyancing.

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    I have this almost uncontrollable desire to be extremely rude to someone.

    Problem is, I can’t find anyone here whom I hate enough to vent my spleen upon.

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    Bl;Ank says:

    Cancer of the umlaut is the worst, I hear.

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    smoggie says:

    So Osborne is worth a few bob? Big time scoop here – I would never have guessed it.


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    Windrush Ventures No.3 Limited Partnership says:

    Aggressive tax avoidance is not exactly illegal.

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    Anonymous says:

    Then there is Osborn’s expensive holidays as well, all on his MP’s salary!

    Osborne under fire as he jets off on £11,000 ski holiday… while British families struggle with austerity measures HE brought in

    Read more:

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    COOOEEEE !! says:

    Paste it here _______________________________________

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    Stinkfinger says:

    If drugs are legalised how do the pro legalise drugs lobby propose to ‘encourage’ addicts to give up?
    Tax the fuck out of them that’s how.
    Careful what you wish for Winston that illegal weed you are currently smoking is cheap at half the price.

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    Well it's a thought says:

    These politician’s are not really from this planet or at least they haven’t got a fkin clue how us trash live.

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    Anonymous says:

    smoggie says; issue is Osborne say he doesn’t pay 50% tax. That is the issue not how much he has.

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    One of Tony Blair's 9 houses says:

    Rich people are really awful.

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    Anonymous says:

    Well done for pointing. You agree with the rest?

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    smoggie says:

    Let’s hope Santa brings him a job for Christmas.

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    The importent Left are funny says:

    They’re particularly envious that there’s a Conservative PM (well, sort of) rather than a Labour one.

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    smoggie says:

    Smoggie never said that; and give us the link to what you said Osborne said or fuck off trolling.

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    Tony Blair (I only killed 100,000 people) says:

    Gosh, I loved to stay at Cliff Richard’s secret island. How did I afford that, on an MP’s salary?

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    Anonymous says:

    Osborne: ‘I regard tax evasion and aggressive tax avoidance as morally repugnant’

    Read more:

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    Stinkfinger says:

    Well as a Guidonista I know that Franklin Mint have done well out of me.
    I love their shit.

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    Dave is a CUNT says:

    And there was I thinking I had voted Tory.

    But it turns out that Dave is a Europhile, windmill hugging, anti pensioner, anti motorist, pro BBC socialist Luvvy, nanny state martyr. NEVER AGAIN WILL I VOTE TORY

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    It sounds feasible says:

    Lefties don’t believe in Christmas, they have winterval. They sit in their squalid little council flats and self-harm, occasionally sticking pins in an old picture of Thatcher, screaming “die you fucking bitch, die! Die!”


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    smoggie says:

    I thought not. Another lefty twat who doesn’t know the difference between capital and income.

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    smoggie says:

    Oh I do hope so.

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    8i11y 8owd3n says:


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    MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK son of COD says:

    Hi mate ! bet your glad you no longer reside in this shit hole ?
    Where the hell do they get 50% from they just pluck a figure and run with it because they have no fucking idea what they are talking about
    99.9% of people drink responsibly and don’t go out fighting with police don’t need a lift home in an ambulance
    When you look at this bill , it’s a fucking outrage , Which once again will make no difference to their publicly funded high life style their publicly susidised bars and restaurants won’t cost them a penny more it will cost us but not them
    i just wonder how long the people of this country will put up with the shit they feed us “we are all in this together”
    piano wire and lamp post time me thinks !

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    smoggie says:

    He had Red Ken in mind.

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    Sarko says:

    Oh well at least Dave’s booze tax will benefit the Fench Booze cruise again.

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    smoggie says:

    Oh God, it looks like the varicose veins on Sally’s chest.

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    Ex-Conservative voter says:

    To be honest, a lot of us figured that out before the election, so we didn’t bother voting.

    Still, welcome to the club!

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    Dr De Ath says:

    It resembles Gordon Brown’s face.

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    Stinkfinger says:

    How about the smug old bastards in their early sixties who were on C4 news the other night.
    Fit as a butchers dogs dancing around basicaly telling us yonger folk to go fuck ourselves while they moan about a freeze on personal tax allowance.
    Get a job granny.

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    smoggie says:

    Isn’t Mandy buying an EIGHT MILLION pile just off Regent’s Park?

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    second-time poster says:


    A customer walks into Mr. Patel’s newsagents and asks

    “Do you have the Star on Sunday with Guido Fawkes’s column in it?”

    Mr. Patel replies “No demand and, anyway, page seven fellas were never allowed to show their columns. What, what, ding-ding”.

    Customer says “Yes, quite, but have you actually got a copy?”

    Mr. Patel replies “No. Are you going to buy anything from my little shop or shall I call the police to have you removed, sir? What, what, ding-ding?”

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    One of the many says:

    Yeah, we’ve all seen them on her. It’s really funny at the end, when she says, “ooh, you lasted sooo long!”

    And we have to stop ourselves from saying, “yes, you slut, because you’re really not that attractive.”

    Still, an easy lay is an easy lay.

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    smoggie says:

    There’s plenty of Brits who can afford the same. Let us hope that those who are struggling are Labour voters. Christ knows that they re the ones who brought this shit upon us.

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    Slotgob says:

    Tony !! You know we have never paid for our own holiday ! Egypt, Sardinia, USA. Only grubby people actually use their own money.

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    caught with his pants down says:


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    Cameron shows his true socialist colours says:

    Nanny state gone mad. Why not a minimum price for high heeled shoes or skate boards?

    Cameron should hang his head in shame

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    Thatch says:

    How very dare you. Who am I?

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    An NHS cancer specialist with 1 or 2 A-levels says:

    I’ve not heard of that. I think I’d better get £30million in funds, to research it.

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    'cutio says:


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    Mr Stavros says:

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    Call Me Dave - Crouching Lettuce, Hidden Quisling says:

    I know, in these times of austerity, there are many reasons why negativity should take root but doesn’t. What do we see instead? The wonderful sense of humour that the British people possess shining through, that’s what! Poking fun at people, aiming light-hearted jokes at politicians, jokes about piano wire, about feeding myself into the moving tracks of a Challenger II tank and playful remarks involving sniper rifles. It’s a sense of humour that makes Britain such a vibrant and diverse place, that enables the people living in Britain to overcome adversity again and again.

    And it is a sense of humour that keeps my feet firmly on the ground, building the policies that people want and need for their futures.

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    Stinkfinger says:

    A teenage girl walked into Mr Patel’s newsagents and was last seen being spitroasted in the back of a BMW.

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    Little Miss Pickledliver says:

    To be honest, Frankie, your statistics are not mutually exclusive. To whit: “50% of all alcohol is drank by binge drinkers” and “99.9% of people drink responsibly” do not preclude one another.

    You see, 0.1% drink 50% of all alcohol. If not more.

    And to be honest, that 0.1% is me.

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    Stinkfinger says:

    …by 7 fella’s

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    I hate Blue Labour says:

    You were a very successful Conservative PM. Unlike the present Europhile dork.

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    PC Plod says:

    Nothing to see here. Move along.

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    Dianne Fatbott says:


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    The NHS is the shittiest thing in the world says:

    Sod Florida, he’s in an NHS hospital. That has to be a death sentence.

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    Anonymous says:

    Then someone should look at Mandy tax as well if Mandy says he doesn’t pay 50% tax.

    Issue is not how much rich they are, it is are they getting the money legally and are they paying their fair share of tax.

    Osborne said he isn’t paying 50% tax.

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    Iain Dale - London's Biggest Cock 97.3 fanclub says:

    Is that you Iain?

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    Anonymous says:

    smoggie; do you mean Osborne and Ken is same same when it comes to paying their taxes?

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    Ichabod says:

    Not Mr Patel’s surely . You must mean Mr Hussein’s or Mr Ahmed’s…

  112. 112
    Jimmy says:

    “Lefties don’t believe in Christmas”

    We do. Jobs being created under a Tory Government on the other hand, no-one over five believes in that surely?

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    Anonymous says:

    “smoggie, hear is the link and what Osborne said”

    Asked again if he was a 50p tax rate payer, the Chancellor – one of the wealthiest Cabinet members – added: ‘I’m not actually, no.’

    Read more:

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    Anonymous says:

    Do you mean Osborne and Blair are same same?

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    Anonymous says:

    Asked again if he was a 50p tax rate payer, the Chancellor – one of the wealthiest Cabinet members – added: ‘I’m not actually, no.’

    Read more:

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    Anonymous says:

    300,000? The once Osborne gave tax cut to?

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    Anonymous says:

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    Tory Tolls says:

    Mandy, Gideon, Chuka – Hoons one and all

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    Fish says:

    This anonymouse person seems a trifle obsessive (I’ve heard about these internet stalkers). His rantings are a bit schoolboyish – either something homoerotic is going on (he clearly has something of a crush on Gideon) …or anonymouse really is Owen Jones.

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    Stinkfinger says:

    I stand corrected.Sorry Mr Patel I of course meant the two faced hypocritical plastic Muzzie shop owners.

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    Labourunionsbbc we are one says:

    If they don’t like all the mad turnouts in city and town centers on a Friday night they should spread the pubs about the place like they used to be. that way all the frustrated and pumped up youth cant show off so much and don’t try to outdo every one else on how much booze they can get down their Gregory.

    I blame Jeremy Bentham and his panoptican model so favoured by the socialist on their housing estates and now used town centers.

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    Sir Aston Martin says:

    I heard her too. The woman is a cretin.

    What is it with these people? First they impose a Soviet-style health system on us, then they think that gives them the right to tell us what to eat and drink, how much to exercise, etc., etc., when no one in science really has a fucking clue. Example: Body Mass Index is just an arbitrary measure plucked more or less out of thin air, yet it’s quoted by these shit-heads as if came straight off a tablet of stone.

    My fault, really, for listening to the BBC, which I try not to do. The Voice of North Korea is more balanced and far more interesting, even though I have no idea what they’re jabbering about.

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    A Skittles spoeksman says:

    It’s an ill wind that blows nobody any good.

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    Sir Aston Martin says:

    I can never resist correcting a lefty – there’s no hyphen in “no one”. Pathetic of me, I know.

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    Sir Aston Martin says:


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    His Auto-icon still votes, allegedly.

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    Labourunionsbbc we are one says:

    Stuff that.

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    Bellend Cameron says:

    Blair started it with the pub never closes law. Even the biggest piss heads I knew never demanded that. In fact they welcomed last orders Bell.

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    Just the tip of the multiculti enrichment of my country. says:

    Anonymous would do well to do a little research (as well as brushing up on his spelling) he would then find that Osbourne & Little – that is the company he accuses the Chancellor of having shares in – made a loss in the last financial accounts and has not paid any dividend for quite a while but, hey, facts Anonymouse – you don’t need em.

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    Pants to Anonymous. :-P

    See? Said I would do it when I found the right person.

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    Reality Check says:

    How can a Guardian columnist be influential?

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    I have done it. Right at the top of the page.

    Feel much better…

  134. 134
    Alan Bugsridger says:

    Influenzal, perhaps ? (This is the Gruinard we’re talking about.)

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    Jonny English says:

    Indeed, the Patel’s are a good line of hard working Indians unlike the dirty Muhammad types from Pakiland.

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    It’s effluence they peddle, not influence.

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    Doing time says:

    Guardian are like those 118 118 ads.
    Different ways of telling you the same old shit.

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    Mark says:

    Fuck Caneron, He’s a chinless wonder.

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    taC eht abbaJ says:

    Chucky Uppy’s family tax evasion techniques are well covered on this blog, just do a search.

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    taC eht abbaJ says:

    Y ou
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    not a machine says:

    Tim montgomerie found his stride on tonights any questions ….. threw somthing at that big vaccuum I think .
    I didnt realise it had run to tax avoidence in ruins reign , my thanks none the less .

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    Some Geezer wot knows a million corny jokes and this ain't one of 'em says:

    Something more likely to happen in Mr. Patel’s shop if it is in certain quarters of large cities:

    A man walks into Mr. Patel’s shop. He’s wearing a balaclava and he’s brandishing a Rambo knife…

    Sadly, this is no joke. Especially to Mr. Patel and his family, who can consider themselves quite fortunate indeed if nobody is that seriously injured and they didn’t lose TOO much in the robbery.

    It IS a sick joke that far too many of us think of these things happening as being so commonplace as not to notice it anymore when they do.

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    Labour Stole My Pension says:

    Minimum alcohol pricing is nanny stateist control freakery at its worst. It’s a red line as far as I’m concerned.

    I won’t vote for the coalition again. I shall stay at home next time.

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    albacore says:

    Is he truly a chinless wonder
    All PC gob and bluff and blunder?
    Or is his mission to outdo Brown
    In knocking what’s left of England down?
    It’s a miracle of rare device
    That chance threw up such prodigies twice

  145. 145
    700,000 angry grannies target Dave & Co says:

    “Grannies” start the fight-back as they target Osborne over Budget and raise e-petition to force debate in Parliament

  146. 146

    And that is just for increasing their pay. Good thing he didn’t reduce it.

  147. 147
    Well it's a thought says:

    Politician’s have had their own way for years, it’s about time somebody fought back and reminded these vile people that they are employees not employers, were are not a business where shareholders don’t have a say in the company they own.

  148. 148
    Gordon Brown says:

    I’ve just farted.

  149. 149
  150. 150
    Jimmy says:

    You’re quite right of course. That was pathetic.

  151. 151
    Archie says:

    Agreed, but did you hear Dumblebore trying to drown out Maude? Lefty c u n t! Credit to Maude, though, he stood his ground!

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