March 28th, 2012

Labour Are On a Roll

With Miliband and Balls twisting the knife by going to Greggs for lunch, Cameron’s claims to have had a pasty at Leeds station are looking increasingly dodgy:

It’s shaping out to be a terrible week. And it’s only Wednesday…

UPDATE: PM’s spokesman says “maybe it wasn’t even Leeds”.


175 Comments

  1. 1
    Spin that one! says:

    Anybandwagon will do.

  2. 2
    Anonymous says:

    The amount of free publicity Greggs are getting at the moment is priceless.

    Just had two sausage rolls from them for lunch for the princely sum of £1.

    Can’t fault them.

  3. 3
    nellnewman says:

    Well if that’s the sort of diet they live on, militwit will soon be the same shape as bullyballs!

  4. 4
    dr. sipp says:

    if you dont know who the pasty is—you are

  5. 5
    Loungelizard says:

    Perhaps he was referring to Ed Militwit….had a patsy.

  6. 6
    nellnewman says:

    So what sort of voters is militwit trying to appe@l to here?

  7. 7
    sockpuppet #4 says:

    Oh come on, I can’t imagine that there is nowhere to buy a pie in or very very near to Leeds railway station. Although it could be a new expression for total uselessness:

    “he couldnt find a pie shop in leeds”

  8. 8
    Just fuck off, you left wing scum says:

    As a Greggs shareholder I am dismayed at the negative association of having Labour politicians photo-opping in store.

  9. 9
    dr. sipp says:

    try crewe station–pmsl

  10. 10
    Georgy Porgy No Pudding Cold Pies says:

    Road Tolls! Sausage Roll Tolls!

    Can you see the pattern yet?

  11. 11
    Pie Tax says:

    Regressive Taxation!

    I claim my prize!!!!

  12. 12
    Attila the Huhne says:

    Ed Balls needs to lay off the sausage rolls.

  13. 13
    Jerrycan Maude (proprietor of Maude & Co's Jerrycans Ltd @ just £99.99 ea. says:

    This bandwagon, does it run on petrol? If so, please make provisions to stockpile fuel.

  14. 14
    David R says:

    Bet they claim it on expenses….

  15. 15
    ECB says:

    Hey, can anyone spot me 5 Billion Euros… I’ll pay you back in 100 years, promise!

  16. 16
    sockpuppet #4 says:

    The Term “jerrycan” is offensive. As it holds the connotation that Germans are skilled manufacturers who really know how to make useful things that work and are reliable.

  17. 17
    I Remember You Hoo says:

    I am enjoying this, at last the twerp Cameron, is being roasted by an EU court ruling that he has no say in.
    Typically the bandwagon Ed’s are rubbing Cameron’s nose in it, while pretending they would have not done exactly the same thing, if their masters in Brussels had told them to.

    What a bunch of lying phonies, opportunists and poseurs.

  18. 18
    Plug! says:

    Cameron did go for a meal at the Ring o’Bells in Thornton, Bradford, on Thursday last, when he was around the area in support of the Conservative candidate in the Bradford West constituency.
    He could have done no better.
    Terrific place, and no, not toff-ee nosed at all.

  19. 19
    Roly-poly says:

    Surely not toilet rolls?

  20. 20
    Nelson Mandela says:

    The fact that his is spun as news is evidence enough that Liebore is still in its Islington bubble. The rest of us eat at greggs because we have to, not because we are making a song and dance about slumming it.

    Greggs ddoesn’t serve Chorizo or Milano sausage rolls do es it? How distressing for the metropolitan elite to eat what we eat!

  21. 21
    Sandman says:

    I was living in Leeds up until August 2010. Am pretty sure that there are a couple of baked goods takeaways in Leeds station that sell some form of pasty.
    There’s also a pasty shop within spitting distance of the station.

  22. 22
    I Remember You Hoo says:

    Regressive taxation directly from the EU courts.

    The laughable thing is, idiotic Labour trolls pretending that they could or would have had the power to do anything about it either. The EU run this country boys, get used to it or get out of it. Your choice.

  23. 23
    sockpuppet #4 says:

    Perhaps I am naive to think that but don’t they still have independent retailers around railway stations up north? Unlike some places that seem to have all the rip-off branded bollocks that exist elsewhere, as if you were stuck in an airport or at a mway service station.
    “Cornish Bakehouse” ??? I bet they all cost 4 quid. Tossers.

  24. 24
    I luv 'arriet says:

    The tarts, the old crusties, the cream puffs, the gingerbread men, people like that I guess.

  25. 25
    Four-eyed English Genius says:

    The Bandwagon Riders were observed BUYING sausage rolls, but not EATING them. I bet they chucked them in the bin as soon as the cameras were turned off. And I bet they will appear on Ballsy’s expenses!

  26. 26
    nellnewman says:

    I think Greggs should be reaching for their lawyers. militwit associating himself with their brand must be damaging to their business.

  27. 27
    Disco Biscuit says:

    Could have been Liverpool Lime Street – there’s one there. They’re yummy but not as good as the ones from the Penzance Pasty Shop at the bottom of Market Jew Street in Penzance…

  28. 28
    The Daily Star? LMFAO! says:

    Fuck me. I’ve just forked out £3.76 for a half-ounce of tobacco, £1.46 for a splash and dash litre of unleaded and £1.75 for two litres of Tesco’s Basic fermented apple juice.
    Are we all in this together? I fucking doubt it.
    DO something about it Fawkes. Pasties FFS.

  29. 29
    Ben says:

    Ed’s playing a blinder on this. If only the next election were about pasties rather than policies…

  30. 30
    Siemens, Bosch, BMW, Daimler... says:

    fuck off, circumcised prick.

  31. 31
    Dog says:

    “sausages!”

  32. 32
    Cath says:

    This is doing wonders for the Save Ed campaign!!

  33. 33
    Socialist scumbags says:

    It’s been a long time since I’ve he*rd anything as pathetic as this so called pastiegate.

    The people of this country are getting like house ends, so cutting down on the pasties might help them to lose a bit of weight.

    Leiber are the dregs of humanity, they re*lly are. Millitw*t must sleep with his bedroom window open so that he can he*r when the next bandwagon is rolling past; and before I get called a toff by anonymong and his silly little side kicks, I am work in a mundane job, six days a week.

  34. 34
    sockpuppet #4 says:

    Lordy. I’m just too subtle.

  35. 35

    Not a massive fan of the Torygraph, but this read quite well, and as I’m halfway down a quite passable bottle of port, I thought I would just pass it on – to the left of course!:

    http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/news/andrewgilligan/100147088/ken-livingstone-six-new-lies-in-a-single-afternoon/

    What an odious little twit. When I was stationed in Rangoon, he would be the sort of oik we would refer to as Hunter-wallah, as his job would be to flap his huge lips to keep us cool. Nothing changes, hey – funny old world.

  36. 36
    Another Engineer says:

    I can’t remember what there is IN Leeds Station, but there is a sandwich/pastie retailer on the road underneath the railway bridge. There is a specialist Cornish pastie retailer just across the road. There are about 3 Greggs within 400 yards.

  37. 37
    old git says:

    Pickles is furious over the PASTY TAX

  38. 38
    DarkGreggs. says:

    Due to the fact that i can get a substantial lunch for the principal sum of £2.30 or even £1 from Greggs, makes it cracking value for money for us impoverished workers.

    £1 Buys you two ‘warm’ sausage rolls. Not hot.

    £1.30 buys you a cheese and bacon turnover

    nice and filling !

  39. 39
    Uncle Bulgarian says:

    if one only eats pasties and nothing else, is the resultant warm pan full a taxable item?

  40. 40
    Splooge says:

    It’s the EU’s fault – Don’t pastigate George

  41. 41
    Flashman says:

    Look at the pondlife that shop in Greggs!

  42. 42
    old git says:

    Cameron tells that many fucking lies his feeble mind looses track.
    Pie tax is a savage blow to Prescot, it is a darstadly act designed to spite fat bastards

  43. 43
    Anonymous says:

    Cornish Bakehouse is still marked on the Leeds Station Plan:

    http://www.nationalrail.co.uk/stations/sjp/LDS/plan.html?rtnloc=LDS

    Obviously National Raile are as out of touch as Cameron.

  44. 44
    A Prick Posing as PM says:

    Speaking as Leader of The Anti-Pasty Party, our Pasty Tax shows we really are getting to grips with the problems that beset this country!

    (These pasty things – do people eat them?)

  45. 45
    old git says:

    Eric Pickles rose from the front bench to speak and four MPs fell off the other end

    Hence the pasty tax designed to avoid ridicule

  46. 46
    Lord Mandelvort says:

    And I’ll have some of that scrummy guacamole (points to mushy peas).

  47. 47
    Gordon Brown says:

    I would tax anything, – warm pan full or not! – and I’ve done a few!!

  48. 48
    Andrew Efiong says:

    That explains Rachel Reeves “robust” thighs.

    Nice to see the Labour front bench so agitated about the fate of pasties but they still can’t apologise for wrecking the economy.

    Sausage roll? Does Ed Miliband eat pork?

  49. 49
    Ken the biggest prat in London says:

    Ken will be telling the Tower Hamlets hell hole lot that they can have gas & water in the same pipe next. That should sway the doubters.

  50. 50
    A Wind Farm Wanker says:

    Oh I say chaps! I’m terribly IN TOUCH! – watt?

  51. 51
    Anonymous says:

    Are you seriously content that this is now what passes for politics in this country?

    The opposition are, in all seriousness, under orders to get a picture of themselves eating a pastie.

    This is beyond satire. It’s bloody pathetic.

  52. 52
    Anonymous says:

    Yawn

  53. 53
    Anonymous says:

    *Rail

  54. 54

    The BoE, US Fed, ECB and BoJ are using worthless junk bonds against printing £, $, € and ¥ which undermines the very structure of Western economies.

    And you lot are worried about fucking pasties

    Wake up and smell the coffee

  55. 55
    Ah! Monika says:

    Will somebody please get Sally some Mexy and get rid of her once and for all.

  56. 56
    Ah! Monika says:

    Best thing about Greggs is…………….. you can pass by on the other side.

  57. 57
    Father Ted says:

    Which leads to the conclusion that pasties are bad for you – eat too many and you’ll croak.

  58. 58
    Ludwig von Mises says:

    This is the new low to which our national political discourse has sunk.

    The question of whether or not Cameron has been into a Greggs or eaten a pasty is not one of national importance.

    It is puerile and pathetic nonsense.

    More substantial figures than Cameron and Osborne would be able to rise above this nonsense.

    Can you imagine people caring about whether Thatcher, Callaghan, Bevin or Attlee ate at Greggs? Can you imagine anyone daring to ask them?

    We are blighted on all sides by political pygmies.

  59. 59
    Gerald Ratner says:

    Greggs…..Now that really is crap!

  60. 60
    Sir Texas Casio-Sinclair says:

    After a few hasty long divisions on the back of this fag packet, I make that £6.46 a gallon, mate. Try free-wheeling down the slopey bits.

  61. 61
    Lord Gold of Herbert says:

    I will carry out a full investigation.

  62. 62
    Ah! Monika says:

    Word for word what I was thinking

  63. 63
    Ludwig von Mises says:

    Absolutely.

    This country is a laughing stock.

  64. 64
    Some Geezer wot thinks Ed B will turn into Meat Loaf in ten years says:

    Stick to the lasagna. At least it’s got tomato sauce, fruit and veg being part of a healthy diet.

  65. 65
    Jimmy says:

    Can you imagine any of them feeling the need to lie about where they had lunch?

  66. 66
    I Remember You Hoo says:

    I could not care less about Dave, Gideon, the thick Ed’s, Nick or any other of the useless EU loving tossers. Just stating facts that’s all. Obviously mindless party trolls can play pretend all they want. It will change nothing.

  67. 67
    Ah! Monika says:

    Photo. Ladies first! Not Old Labour.

  68. 68
    Some Geezer wot thinks Ed Sillyband can't help but look ridiculous no matter what he does says:

    Maybe, maybe not, but “porkies” and him are no strangers. (“Sorry, can’t make the rally…”)

  69. 69
    Ludwig von Mises says:

    Grow up Jimmy.

    Balls, Mili and Reeves look like a bunch of 6th formers raiding the common room cafe. Smirks on their faces. Slightly nervous gaits.

    This country is in serious shit and all these chancers can think about is a photo oppo in a crappy pasty shop.

    I despair. I really do.

  70. 70
    Anonymous says:

    There will be riots in Wigan.

  71. 71
    all in it together? says:

  72. 72
    Gonk says:

    Oh that’s it then, I’m voting Labour from now on. What really convinced me was Balls carrying his jacket, default working man style, slung over his shoulder. I saw that and thought, yep, he’s for me.

  73. 73
    Potteries Porker says:

    We have Wrights pies up this neck of the woods and since the P*kies took them over, they taste of cat p*ss and pepper.

  74. 74
    sockpuppet #4 says:

    Quite right. It was the second news item on Belgian television news this lunch time.

  75. 75
    Aunt Mat says:

    It was a Photoshop, not a Pastryshop

  76. 76
    cowboy mechanic says:

    Try mixing the unleaded and cider in equal parts before adding to tank. The car might run a bit cranky for a while but, with the extra “punch” your favourite tipple gives you, you may not notice or care.

  77. 77
    nellnewman says:

    militwit doesn’t seem to understand that his job, for which we pay him and his opposition party huge sums of money, is to develop alternative policies to the current government so that we can decide if we want to elect him next time around.

    Posing in front of pastries is not going to win us over into thinking he’d make a good alternative pm.

  78. 78
    nellnewman says:

    I notice bullyballs was front of queue with militwit reduced to second. militwit needs to look out

  79. 79
    The Daily Star? LMFAO! says:

    I make it £6.64. All the “slopey bits” round here are upwards. Thanks anyway.

  80. 80
    Bohemian Rapsheet says:

    I wouldn’t let him run a whelk stall yet alone a branch of Greggs.

  81. 81
    The Daily Star? LMFAO! says:

    Are you insane?

  82. 82
    Awesome Ed says:

    Forget polithies. It’s all about pathties now.

  83. 83
    I Remember You Hoo says:

    I doubt the EU even know who Pickles is, even less care and that’s where the idiotic “pasty tax” comes from, not the oafs masquerading as our “government”.

  84. 84
    nellnewman says:

    Very wise too.

    Letting labour anywhere near the exchange of money is a complete economic disaster as they proved during their last spell in government.

  85. 85
    nellnewman says:

    ‘militwit the pathetic’ Isn’t he?

  86. 86
    Steve Miliband says:

    Looks like going to Greggs with Ballsie and Reevesie is the funniest thing he has ever done in his life. In fact it probably is, the sad little fuckwit

  87. 87
    Everyone a sinner says:

    Don’t hold your breath

  88. 88
    Everyone a sinner says:

    Fucking desperate.

    Having you tried getting your tongue all the way up Cameron’s arsehole?

  89. 89
    I Remember You Hoo says:

    “This country is in serious shit and all these chancers can think about is a photo oppo in a crappy pasty shop.”

    Jimmy is a typical socialist and can see no further than his Dear Leaders arsehole. He would chant four legs good two legs bad if he was told, to while the farm burned to the ground with him in it.

  90. 90
    Frank Furtar says:

    Fuel shortage? Gas danger in the North Sea? Economy shrinking more than expected?

    Labour’s Treasury team queue to have their photo taken with snackfood.

    I note Ed Miliband is happy to stand with a greasy sausage roll but he’s reluctant to be seen with the slimey Ken Livingstone.

  91. 91
    Awesome Ed says:

    If I want to have a giggling fit, I jolly well will. So there.

  92. 92
    My grandfather was a banker,my father was a banker and Im proving myself to be a complete wank*r, says:

    Dave says it all. Life is just one lage fabication of my mind! P.S Could somebody please tell me where Leeds is? Not in the dreadful Noth of the country by any chance?

  93. 93
    LabourNutter says:

    The country is going down the shitter and our politicians are arguing about cornish fucking pasties.

    Beyond parody.

  94. 94
    Baron Hogwash says:

    Hope the two prats choke on it!

    Will they be claiming the pathtie on their expenses I wonder?
    “No it woth cold I tell tyou, no vat”

  95. 95
    Tony Bliar didnt fool me says:

    I despair too…..

  96. 96
    Its all a puff says:

    Savour the moment

  97. 97
    Everyone a sinner says:

    Quite right.

    But why did that thick cun*t Cameron feel the need to publicise his (almost certainly false) past pasty eating experience?

    The man – and his advisers – are total imbeciles.

  98. 98
    Bluebottle says:

    When Mr Cameron says he ate a hot pastie in Leeds I do not believe him.

    When he said he had not ridden that horse I did not believe him and I was right not to believe him.

    When he said the NHS was safe with him I did not believe him and with my wife’s implants I was right not to believe him.

    When he said Andy Coulson was top notch I did not believe him.

    When he said he had vetoed some EU Treaty I did not believe him.

    When he says he has faith in Francis Maude then I believe him.

    We are all in this together and when we are bankrupt we will all be bankrupt together because we are Conservatives.

  99. 99
    nellnewman says:

    I think this will be militwit’s and bullyballs pasty moment in much the same way as davemiliband had a banana moment.

    These images tend to stick in the public memory for a very long time.

  100. 100
    "Mad Frankie" Fraser says:

    Afternoon all.

    I’m a first time poster and just off to but a jerry can or 3

    Toodle Pip

  101. 101
    Terrible But True says:

    Ah well, one less place to also discuss such things on the nation’s most trusted Labour PR agency blog:

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/newsnight/fromthewebteam/2012/03/this_blog_is_now_closed_-_foll.html

    It’ll be good to get back to them selecting guests, rigging edits, etc to ensure the message is properly broadcast (only) to the public who has a right to know what they are told. By the medium that speaks at.. to… for us all.

    The change is, apparently, to move to those beacons of solid journalism twitter, and dumbed up social exchange, FaceBook.

    Both being free I am unsure what the £145.50 each year is now for. And as they are US-based, maybe I should pay in $?

    Anyway, no worries at all on the slide through propaganda to censorship. None at all.

    It’s all been done so the ‘news’ can fit on your iPod.

    A pity then that on their first outing, they also managed to stuff up the headline.

    Possibly accuracy would not fit?

    Who cares, eh? National treasures can do what they want. By law.

  102. 102
    Dobby says:

    Is it ‘coz they’s politicians maybe? The self righteous bastards.

  103. 103
    Greggs Diet says:

    If you eat 25 Gregg’s pasties every day for a year and then stop, the weight just falls of you!

  104. 104
    14 Pints later says:

    +1.

    Why do politicians always have to lie about silly things? Is it that they just can’t stop themselves?

  105. 105
    ( i ) moonie says:

    one really must question the competence of Number 10 PR department if they did not realise they would have difficulty in pushing through any tax increase that invloved Greggs warm pastry products

    Surely a quick post on order-order would enough to expose any PR problems that they may encounter

  106. 106
    Jimmy says:

    He can’t help himself. It’s who he is. Someone thought the way to detoxify the brand was to put a PR man in charge. This is the result.

  107. 107
    Baron Hogwash says:

  108. 108
    Anonymous says:

    If you need to jump on a bandwagon it’s too late. Still, he’s been drinking tea with pensioners and nodding sagely since last Thursday.

  109. 109
    anon says:

    correct we ARE RULED BY THE E.U most of the fuckwits on this site just dont get it.

  110. 110
    Mr P Stainz says:

    Did you say 1 year??? oh fuck!!!

  111. 111
    The pie snatcher in the rye says:

    We are all one nation.

    We are all in this together.

    If anyone individual has his bank balance and job wiped out then we will all follow.

    We are one nation Conservatives.

    If you are not with us then please leave now but your money and objects d’art stay in the country.

    We are all going to work until we are 84.

  112. 112
    Close, but no cigar says:

    But did he have a pasty from a named emporium at Leeds station? I think not.

  113. 113
    Labourunionsbbc we are one says:

    They may have bought it but they didn’t eat it.

  114. 114
    Baron Hogwash says:

    Fuck Greggs, their pathties suck, the prices suck even more.

  115. 115
    Tony Bliar didnt fool me says:

    Balls claimed a poppy wreath on expenses, this persons moral standing is lower than sharks shit at 50 fathoms……

  116. 116
    Taxpayer says:

    I think you will find that many people are well aware of the existance and nature of the EU. Maybe we are just more interested in something else at the moment. We can’t all be as obsessive as the voices in your head.

  117. 117
    I can't be arsed to think up a new pseudonym says:

    I DO hope the pasties were strictly kosher!

  118. 118
    Drop a Daisy cutter on the BBC says:

    I see ‘efniks’ are demanding special treatment again and the BBC are of course backing them.

    We are ‘told’ by the BBC that ‘only’ 5% of judges are ethnics and that this is too low. Really? How come ethnics only make up about 6% of the population? That seems to me about right.

    As for women, once again we have the feminist dickheads moaning about the fact only 22% of judges are women. Funny then that the same fat dyke hags don’t seem to mind that 0% of combat troops are women, or that 70% of public sector workers are women.

    Women can fuck off, the day they make up 50% of the casualties in the armed forces is the day I’ll take their whining over other jobs seriously.

  119. 119
    Sky's Peter Poofter says:

    I do like Puff Pastry around my sausage meat

  120. 120
    The pie snatcher in the rye says:

    You fat bastard …….you fat bastard.

    Meat pie sausage roll come on Cameron give us caviar in a lemon and lime sauce subsidised from the HOC canteen.

    Avoid the minimum alcohol charges.

    Just drink meths.

  121. 121
    I can't be arsed to think up a new pseudonym says:

    I like Gregg’s pasties!

  122. 122
    Anonymous says:

    Is ringing Network Rail to find out about pasty shops what being a journo at the Sun involves?

  123. 123

    I had two Greggs sausage rolls recently, 2 for a £1.

    Quality food at decent prices.

    Maybe Cameron got confused and met a man who ate a pasty.

  124. 124
    ToonBob... says:

    excellent….

  125. 125
    ToonBob... says:

    hahahahaha excellent :)

  126. 126
    Another Engineer says:

    …and that’s why they went out of business!

  127. 127
    ToonBob... says:

    Why should Greggs pies and pasties not be taxed?

    It is usually taxpayers money a majority of their customers use to buy the stuff.

    Just look at the morbidly obese young women waddling into these shops pushing pushchairs, one can only assume the f*ckers are on benefits.

  128. 128
    Baffled of Banffshire says:

    Pier pressure ?

  129. 129
    Nowt So Kweer says:

    If PA still had any journalists in Yorkshire they could just have walked up the road to have a look at the station – couldn’t afford to purchase anything mind as the odious Managing Editor would strike it from their ekies and tell them to eat dust instead.

  130. 130
    Tony Bliar didnt fool me says:

    I feel a little bad about this, but I agrre with you….

  131. 131
    Jimmy says:

    Very good.

  132. 132
    Lardarse says:

    I go to Newcastle Station where there is a Greggs on the platform.

    Saves having to go all the way over the road for a pie.

  133. 133
    Handycock No1 Trougher in Parliament says:

    I certainly do and everything else too. Where’s my iPad? Jahbulon.

  134. 134
    Mornington Crescent says:

    +100.

  135. 135
    The Last Quango in Paris says:

    Poor Rachel – working for the Ed’s is bad enough but having to eat a pasty…………….

  136. 136
    Dave is praying for THAT strike to divert the grey-voters says:

    I see that the Government e-petition site has been “down” all day for “routine maintenaince”…nothing to do with THAT petition of course which seemingly thousands of “silver surfers” are flocking to sign ?

  137. 137
    Eton Tuck-Shop didn't sell pasties only brioche says:

    Did he ask for some “Guacamole” on his pasty like Mandelson ?

  138. 138
    Everyone a sinner says:

    Or related to either Pickles or Prescott

  139. 139
    Anonymous says:

    I somehow think Guido would have seen this for the mad press obsession it is prior to his employment by the Star.

  140. 140
    Ash Ken the Question says:

    Steve Hilton must be laughing his.. er… socks… off at the moment. See what happens when he turns his back? As for Milibund, am sure he’s always going in to that shop with his best mate Ed B – a real man of the people or bandwagon. Clegg and Lib Dems are a waste of space, they sold out on their promises and will be wiped out next time round.

    What a sad country we are if this is it. Very very sad.

  141. 141
    Sam Cam (Subscription required) says:

    Righty ho. I’ll vote UKIP shall I?

  142. 142
    Taxpayer says:

    You are spot on. Where the hell did the government think the ‘squeezed middle’ had been sneaking off to for lunch when no-one they wanted to impress in the office was watching? This isn’t just about truck drivers and chavs. The locations of the shops should have told them this is a popular feeding stop for people who pay their own way in life instead of putting things on expenses.

  143. 143
    Sam Cam (Subscription required) says:

    So the Pasty Tax and the Granny Tax came from the EU, did they?

  144. 144
    Taxpayer says:

    Its all about finding out about the little lies they tell you to distract you from the even bigger things they are trying to hide. The Sun has done us a service is catching Cameron with his pants on fire.

  145. 145
    Taxpayer says:

    There should not be any tax on food. Of any kind.

  146. 146
    Labour pastie nasties says:

    Stupid fecker

  147. 147
    Taxpayer says:

    No, He would have seen it as evidence of the dishonesty of the Prime Minister. A man willing to confabulate about a Cornish pasty to ingratiate himself with the electorate is not really the type of chap worthy of the role. Still, its too late, we are stuck with him till the next election or someone in the Tory party grows a pair.

  148. 148
    Anonymous says:

    It’s that old one repeated time and again, “Because we are worth it” GDP down, payment by results is what the government demand, ok, that means a negative pay increase

  149. 149
    Labour pastie nasties says:

    Get a pasty down yer neck and I hope it chokes yer.

  150. 150
    Sam Cam (Subscription required) says:

    Isn’t antipasty an Italian thing?

  151. 151
    Anonymous says:

    So does Churchill the nodding dog, oh yes.

  152. 152
    Fish says:

    Fuck me. Huge queues outside Greggs. People have seen a picture of fat Balls buying a sausage roll and are panic buying.

  153. 153
    Fish says:

    OK Mr Porker, are Staffordshire Oatckaes vatable? Have they ever heard of oatcakes in Brussels?

  154. 154
    Tracey says:

    Not like chipolata croquet-Johnny.

  155. 155
    Fish says:

    LOL. Mindbleach anyone?

  156. 156
    Gregg's disease says:

    But not her whining minging voice I fear.

  157. 157
    ToonBob... says:

    What … even for the fat b*stards? or the kebab shops?? they are all part of the promlem… tax the f8ckers !!

  158. 158
    old git says:

    We’re all aware of Cameron and his Cast Iron lies
    But no one ever dreamt that he would tax our hot meat pies
    That Pickles chap and Prescott are beyond all consolation
    Both hoping that a pie-maker will make a big donation
    As Crudders says a wad of cash could get pie views on board
    Your Pies just might become TAX-FREE if you increase our hoard
    Were all in it together but the rich get the most by far
    We will tax the pasties but its tax-fee for caviar

  159. 159
    drphilyerboots says:

    But many more than 5% of the accused are ethnics, perhaps it should reflect this?

  160. 160
    Central Office stooge says:

    A heady whiff of right-wing rebellion from the Medway. And nothing from the Opposition.

  161. 161
    Airey Belvoir says:

    Rachel Reeve’s awful, grating chav fishwife voice will cost Labour thousands of votes.

  162. 162
    Manuel says:

    The Belgians love a good comedy, Meester Fawlty.

  163. 163
    Lord Fink of Nottle says:

    Everything back to normal, all as before, nothing to see here.

  164. 164

    Miliband and Balls are just pathetic

    Fuel crisis, economy going to shit (because of them), Middle East about to go up in flames and these two go for a childish photo op in a pie shop.

    Fucking grow up

  165. 165
    Caractacus says:

    I’ve just walked through Leeds Station.

    There’s an M&S Food, a Sainsbury’s, a Boots with food, a ridiculously overpriced baguette place (£4.50 for a baguette? Fuck off), one coffee shop, one coffee stand also offering pastries/pasties, a Cookie outlet, a Burger King, a McDonald’s, a Subways, two pubs, two WHSmiths with appalling Sarnies, a lesser branded general offy and snacks and a brand new KFC.

    There’s also a ton of cheap eateries within two minutes walk of the station.

    It’s a shame he was just eating a pasty and not closing the station actually. The thing is a monstrosity, the worst goddamn building in the country. Ten years since they spent millions on upgrading the station by adding more concrete and despair and they’ve literally only just added seating to the concourse. There was seating before, 12 seats for one of the busiest stations in the country. Today there were 24. Was that special for the PM?

  166. 166
    Three men in the road says:

    Dust?
    When I were a kid we had to eat gravel, and not warm gravel like you kids today. Cold gravel!

    Dust? – luxury!

  167. 167
    Anonymous says:

    What absolute morons they really are ! yet again they dont grasp that they were responsible for this whole financial mess, the thought of them getting in next time actually makes me very frightened.

  168. 168
    Sir Barrington Minge says:

    who gives a fuck anyway?

  169. 169
    Biased Broadcasting Corp. says:

    ++LOL++

  170. 170
    Biased Broadcasting Corp. says:

    That’s right, if it wasn’t for Greggs, 90% of British schoolchildren wouldn’t have any breakfast.

  171. 171
    Biased Broadcasting Corp. says:

    What was the first?
    “British minister invokes German fury with ‘jerry-can’ gaffe”?

  172. 172
    Alistair Campbell makes me ashamed to be human says:

    Wonder who on earth he got that idea from?

  173. 173
    Anon. says:

    Re: your first paragraph – doesn’t that explain precisely why we have an obesity epidemic in this country?

  174. 174
    Quantrill says:

    Lucky bas*ard, when I were young we had to wear kipper boxes on our feet.

  175. 175
    Rip Van Morrison says:

    Afternoon all .. I’m here for Wednesday PMQ’s ..

    It’s Thursday you say ??

    God I must have slept through Wednesday ……must be those contraband fags , what’s in em ??


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