April 23rd, 2012

Beeb’s Biased Brief

“Legal commentator and former government lawyer” Carl Gardner has been rather vocal in recent days about the Abu Qatada case. He’s billed as an impartial commentator on the airwaves. Today in the Guardian he pronounced that “I read both cases as supporting Abu Qatada’s reading, rather than the Home Secretary’s.” Surprisingly his opinions might not be as impartial as he likes to present. Writing with a little less legal flair during the 2010 general election campaign, Gardner said “as a Labour supporter, I’m far from being a natural Conservative, and so perhaps I’m likely to be biased”. Someone better tell the “un-biased” BBC…


  1. 1
    George says:

    Death to the BBC


    • 3
      ToonBob... says:

      WTF has he got on ‘is head?


      • 13
        Loungelizard says:

        Whatever it is I’m sure he needs a license for it.


        • 94
          genghiz the kahn says:

          and one of Dave’s silicon chips for dogs.


          • BBC News has become even more of a joke

            As there are very few people worth listening to in a suburb of Britain’s third city, most BBC News interviewees are in London via video link

            It was sooooooo worth moving to Salford

            I actually trust Al Jazeera to be more objective, unbiased and relevant than the BBC, which is really sad.

            The BBC idiots will eventually diversify themselves out of existence


          • Media=Police=State says:

            Can the Home Secretary please explain why this terrorist is such a threat to the UK government apparatus?
            It frightens the shit out of me when we can’t even put the man on Trial. WHY? What the Fu-k is the Government so frightened of? Considering that the 7/7 Bomber came from Jordan and he probably New Abu Qatada do we NOT want to find out who was really behind the 7/7 attack and not a couple of thick child minders.
            What the Fu-k happened to the RULE OF LAW. I hope No one has put the DOTS together and worked out what is destroying the economy.


          • Media=Police=State says:

            Media groups have been infiltrated by the Police State, that is why you cant believe a word they are saying.
            I hope the X factor followers Know how to grow Potato’s as they are going to have too. Economy collapses due to the massive fraud of Phoney Drug WAR. Phoney Climate change. Sorry Cant really swing the Global warming thing its fu-king freezing. Did No one work out the economics of living in State controlled State. YEAH They bankrupt the economy, ask Russia,


          • Cameron's Vichy Conservatives says:

            The bbc is a foul malignant cancer at the heart of our nation.

            However, the gutless tory party refuse to deal with this problem, so they deserve everything they get.


      • 27
        The Angel of Dearth says:

        It’s the papier-mache Darth Vader helmet he made at school in 1978 and has worn ever since.


        • 32
          Clifton Fields says:

          Thats it! I was thinking it looked like the helmets the guards at the Death Star detention centre wore. The ones who got a good shoeing off Chewbacca.


        • 33
          sockpuppet #4 says:

          Thats unfair.

          He also made one when the king of Rock’n’roll died the year before.


      • 97
        Ahem says:

        Think tis uncommonly known as a merkin



      • 128
        M says:

        Darth vadar had somthing similar and was detachable at the front


      • 133
        Anonymous says:

        hairs are your aerials.


      • 158
        The Tuscan Kid says:

        What he has on ‘is ‘ead is a standard issue lefty brain guard, commonly used by the BBC, the Grauniad, the unions, ukunHunt and other similar undesirables.

        It insulates the wearer from other viewpoints, keeping him immured in his own little cozy world of extreme marxist clap-trap.


    • 43
      CNN says:


    • 172
      Lord Stansted says:



    • 175

      F.UCK ME! – Danny Bakers had a hair transplant, and he’s still an ugly Huhne!


  2. 2
    PK says:

    Does anyone else think that he has a face that one could never grow tired of punching?


    • 22
      Gilbert Fiddler says:

      Oh yes, several times, then again…

      What rubbish the Me Me Fee spouts these days, dumbed down for the ignorant Livingstone voters presumably.

      One final elbow…

      …oh alright just a kick then…


    • 74
      Bill d'Sarse says:

      I don’t thinks that’s him. It’s a picture of his mum.


  3. 4
    Andrew Efiong says:

    Aha! He’s been flushed out now, you’ve got him on the run!


  4. 5
    Q says:

    Is that Danny Baker?


  5. 6
  6. 7
    Anonymous says:

    Impartial doesn’t mean ‘has no opinion’. He said he was a Labour supporter in a far more party-political context – analysing manifestos for a general election – than this. Do you disagree with his analysis (& if so how), or are you just sniping?


    • 9
      Anonymous says:

      Just sniping, like you!


    • 29
      Less known than you says:

      I see,so people switch off their influences from time to time…interesting. I thought the Labour tribe believed in nothing but the promotion of that tribe? Based of course on the evidence of 13 years in power.

      Just sniping


      • 98
        Jimmy says:

        Exactly. And it’s not the only example of bias. Sir Alex Ferguson is regularly interviewed about football without any mention of his support for the Labour Party.


        • 112
          I Remember You Hoo says:

          None need ask, he’s a scotcher, a drunk with a violent temper and sees nothing wrong with an ideology that murdered 150+ million people. Why ask when you already know?


        • 135
          You wont win anything with kids says:

          Jimmy as the rest of the World knows Alex Ferguson has only recently started giving interviews to The BBC after refusing to speak with them for many years.
          Poor example, please try and keep up with the rest of the class.


    • 45
      Biased Broadcasting Corporation says:

      The BBC are always interviewing so-called ‘commentators’ who appear to have no particular axe to grind but actually work for left-wing lobby groups or left-wing think-tanks. Of course, when they are introduced, they don’t actually tell you this. It is their underhand way of getting their anti-government message out.


      • 146
        Beeboid 1 says:

        This is wrong as we always state if the person or organization is right wing.
        But we do rarely tell them left wing. We constantly quote Guardian, Independent and Mirror so we are not biased you see.


  7. 8
    MrAngry61 says:

    THe BBBC will do nothing – as he has the same mind set as the rest of the beeboids. Therefore his bias won’t stand out.


  8. 10
    Ah! Monika says:

    No more the British BC when Scothland buggers off.


    • 90
      rick says:

      The Scots will never bugger off (unfortunately), they know too well where their best interests lay.


      • 103
        Scots are Moaning Cunts Basically says:

        Correct but they will endlessly piss and moan about it.

        Good job they have so many chip shops to keep them supplied with a ton on each shoulder.



        • 121
          A Typical Ginger Jimmy says:

          Och, when will be a nation once agin ya ken? Can we no be a nation and bankrolled by others? Why aye, if we suckle on Brussels teat. They will be generous masters and we dinnea have tae do anything in return.


    • 160
      innit says:

      Let’s hope they take kirsty fucking wark with em


  9. 11
    Teresa May says:

    Ive dropped that many bollox my nickname is rupture


    • 18
      Teresa May says:

      and by the way i’m only posting on here as its Sunday and my day off


      • 28
        Steve Miliband says:

        Who is Teresa May?


        • 30
          Teresa May says:

          Member of Parliament for Maidenhead,
          Home Secretary and Minister for Women and Equalities



          • Teresa May says:

            In my role as Equalities Minister I represent some of the harder up members of our community. Like Abu Qatada for example


          • Steve Miliband says:

            I know who Theresa May is. Was just wondering who Teresa May is.


          • Teresa May says:

            Its my nom de plume. Otherwise people would wonder why I was idling on here rather than fighting for Justice.



          • I think we should be told says:

            How can someone be “Minister for Women and Equalities”? Isn’t that promoting an inequality, right there?

            Or is there another minister, with the title, “Minister for Men and Equalities”?


          • M*dbot's going mad again today says:

            How can someone be “Minister for Women and Equalities”? Isn’t that promoting an inequality, right there?

            Or is there another minister, with the title, “Minister for Men and Equalities”?


          • The UK is becoming East Germany circa 1976 says:

            We are all equal comrade, just some are more equal than others.
            Now know your place as a second class male citizen comrade, or even worse a white male citizen and the wonders of socialist equality and fairness, will become clear.


  10. 12
    Legion says:

    Is anyone surprised. The BBC is very biased. And gay.


  11. 14
    genghiz the kahn says:

    Isn’t it odd that ‘independent’ or impartial observers given airtime by Al Beeb are from The Guardian, but rarely from other broadsheets or tabloids.

    Must be plenty of impartial contributors from The FT, The Telegraph, The Times, The Mail, The Sun, The Independent, The Economist who would love to pick up an easy cheque or bank draft.


    • 24
      ToonBob... says:

      Sky News… is not much better.


    • 31
      Anonymous says:

      Unfortunately the “impartial” contributors from the Independent are the likes of Yasmin Alibaba Brown and Johann “As I was saying to Elvis” Hari.


    • 56
      Carl Marks says:

      And the Morning Star.


    • 151
      blowingWhistles says:

      Firstly I must cite an article in the Spectator some years ago written by Bruce (the Brute) Anderson. The issue is not Bruce its what he wrote. He called the then Attorney General – Lord Goldsmith a spinless man along with the [Quote] “Shyster minions” acting below him – And that included Carl Gardner who promotes himself of his webshites as having worked for the AG at the time. The issue of spinless was in respect of the AG and his shyster minions – failing to call the shot on Bliars lies about 45 minutes to destruction.

      Gardner is a fork-tongued, duplicitous Labour Neanderthal. His bluffs were called on his own webshites – about 8 months ago – all of the relevant evidence was copied in case he takes offence.


      • 152
        Joshua Ruse & Berk says:

        I take offence to anyone calling my mate Carl nasty names – and I will be seeking his legal advice about what we can do to you nasty bloggers. And no Carl didn’t take Bruce to task at the time for calling him a shyster …. which might be a problem now …. come to think of it umm ….


    • 155
      what goes around comes around says:

      The following is curently being ‘moderated’ on carls bad webshite

      Your comment is awaiting moderation.

      Carl – do please ‘Declare to all your readers’ – that you have an “inherent conflict of interest” – in all matters in respect of the Straw man Jack and his mate Blair – because you worked for the Attoney General Goldsmith at the time. Re-read what Bruce (The Brute) Andersen wrote about the AG and his minion shysters – it was published in the Spectator a few years ago …. perhaps you want to forget about that … temporary amnesia – might however kick in just like Jack Straw and Blairmouth …. Ho hum.


  12. 15
    I don't need no doctor says:

    I’m not biased, I just cannot stand a license funded organisation being openly biased to the left. Is the BBC so up it’s own arse that it can readily stick two fingers up at those that pay their wages.


  13. 20
    John H says:

    Well done Guido…


  14. 25
    Abdel from Tooting says:

    Just heard that Gerry Humphries on the radio interviewing Mr Cameron.

    Mr Cameron was all over the place. As lawyers say he was not on top of his brief.

    Not impressed.


    • 37
      yeah, right.... says:

      He did make one valid point which he didn’t quite finish. He was making a point about even Prime Ministers needing to lead a balanced life with wives, friends, children and leisure otherwise you end up with a jaded and worn out PM.

      There are two words he could have used to better illustrate his point; Gordon Brown.


      • 59
        Not impressed says:

        ‘Needing to lead a balanced life’ – yeah, I remember Winston Churchill said that. Not. I thought people in the highest echelons of public service were supposed to make sacrifices for us and in return we gave them loyalty and respect. Never mind the state we’re in, Dave, go and read Florence a bedtime story. It’s far more important. (And Clegg is exactly the same.) If you don’t want to devote yourself to us, go. We need someone to lead the way.


        • 96
          yeah, right.... says:

          Winston achieved balance through copious enjoyment of champagne and cognac. His booze intake makes Charles Kennedy and Eric Joyce look like sherry sipping vicar’s wives in comparison. I’m not saying this is a bad thing. A perpetually pissed politician is probably no more likely to arse things up than an uptight teetotal one.


    • 39
      Thick or what says:

      Cameron is more of a ‘photo-op’ man.


    • 43
      Ed Miliband says:

      David Cameron needth to have clear polithieth, like mine.


      • 78
        Jack Dromey says:

        Ed pop round tonight will you theres a lad.

        I have some more policies for you to learn.


      • 157
        The Pretender's got no clothes says:

        You’re right, your policy is so crystal clear I can see right through it. In fact …..


    • 70
      Fish says:

      No. Humphrys was all over the place – he must have set a record for the number of interuptions, including ones on this topic. The documents released make clear that May was probably right – but nothing is certain where the ECHR are concerned, they seem to go out of their way for this Qatada bloke. And an obtuse Labour Party are happy to enrol the BBC in creating froth and confusion about this.

      And it doesn’t seem to occur to Humphrys (perhaps it does) that Qatada’s solicitor would have made an appeal irrespective of whether he had been re-arrested or not and slowed the process up, whatever.

      But what did Labour (Mrs Balls and Underpants know)?


  15. 26
    Terrible But True says:

    ‘He’s billed as an impartial commentator on the airwaves’

    Next you’ll be telling me that folk such as that ‘average Mum’ Newsnight keeps wheeling out to tell me what the country’s family nurturers really think of the Cu..Coalition on, well, anything really (and it’s pretty much what Kirsty or Emily or Jeremy and the entire crowd in the production suite want to hear), is actually married into Grauniad and hence tribally political royalty.

    Or any bozo from an ‘independent think tank’… isn’t actually that independent and there merely to say what Auntie’s finest, dare not.. yet..utter in public first hand, except on ‘not the BBC’s views’ Twitter.


    • 62
      Biased Broadcasting Corporation says:

      Spot on. No doubt they are trying as we speak to get Nadine back on tonight.


    • 141
      Peter Carter-Fuck says:

      To the BBC, all think tanks are “independent” unless they are “right wing”.


  16. 35
    Time for change says:

    I have no problem with the BBC having the odd Labour supporting commentator. What I despise is their systematic exclusion of people who do not support the Labour Party line and the sly way they propagandize under the guise of ‘news’ reporting. There should be far more opinions reflecting the range and wealth of thought that exists in this country, but you never hear them.


    • 41
      yeah, right.... says:

      ’tis true; Newsnight failed to pick up on the fact that UKIP are now polling higher than the minority coallition party.


      • 66
        jgm2 says:

        They’re polling higher than the Liberals too.


      • 71
        A BBC Spokesperson says:

        Yes, but we do in the name of impartiality, big up the Green party at every opportunity. For ‘balance’ of course.


        • 83
          jgm2 says:

          Bigging up the ‘Greens’ and down-playing UKIP works in the T*ries favour. The bedwetters obviously haven’t thought that one through.


          • blowingWhistles says:

            The whole of the ‘Green’ and ‘enviroment movement’ has been ‘hijacked’ by the dirtiest of the duplicitous elite moneymakers – behind the global warmmongering ruse – its all about taxing the masses – and the greenies can’t even see how their agenda has been hijacked. They just think and want to believe that they are finally being listened to – they’re not. They have been tricked and continue to refuse to admit that the moneymen have hijacked their agenda. Its all been a CROSS PARTY RUSE.


    • 65
      Biased Broadcasting Corporation says:

      Precisely. They are sly – they do propagandize under the guise of ‘news’ reporting.


  17. 36
    Marie Colvin says:

    ” Are the BBC still waiting for my death to be ” independently verified”?


  18. 38
    I don't need no doctor says:

    Ed Balls has just finished speaking in parliament. Balls makes no sense at all.


  19. 40
    Anonymous says:

    Ed Balls just sat down after talking another load of b*ll*cks. What a pile of shite.


    • 51
      I would never tire of punching Ed's face says:

      Poor old Ed “So What?” Balls. Mr “Schools must not produce winners”. Ed “Gordon, you really should sell half the nation’s gold for SFA” Balls.

      The Shadow Chancellor that Ed Miliband didn’t want.

      He’s the single biggest reason to not vote Labour.


    • 55
      Q says:

      Only person who makes we want a shower after watching TV / Listening to the Radio


  20. 41
    I don't need no doctor says:

    Ed Balls has just finished sp e a king in parliament. Balls makes no sense at all.
    p e a is so fucking annoying.


    • 61
      Rinka Scott says:

      Personally I thought Balls was quite good and I would very much like to meet uo with Osborne to check what he was up to last Friday and review the paperwork.

      Yanks dont like the EU because it realises that if it succeeds it will be bigger than they are hence no money from them and the black sand digging loonies.

      Very very dodgy all this.


      • 171
        Trolls -Who Needs Them? says:

        For your information,the EU as a trading bloc is actually selling less and less each year; who would fear that? Or is it ‘delayed success’ as the left like to put it


  21. 46
    I don't need no doctor says:

    The BBC has passed it’s sell buy date, many moons ago.


    • 60
      albacore says:

      The BBC’s just a symptom. It ain’t the ailment
      It’s our socialist state that needs righteous curtailment


      • 89
        Gonk says:

        Take 2 tons of rotting vegetables. Add the guts of 3 dead donkeys.
        Mix in 3 tons of dead stinking tuna, imported for their stinkiness.
        Wrap the whole heaving lot in a red flag. Settle for 2 weeks in the sun.
        That’s the BBC that is.


        • 109
          albacore says:

          Roll up! Roll up! Come along now – and hurry
          Gonk’s found out what’s in his takeaway curry
          You, too, can enjoy this delicacy
          Courtesy of Dave and the BBC


  22. 48
    Hugh Gahoudi says:

    You know, the writing is clear to see. Don’t bleat that you did not know when the beerded ones do a ‘ Syria’ here.


  23. 50
    PressTV says:

    You can always watch us


  24. 52
    inside- out says:

    Another loony lefty who was inside the”impartial” Civil Service.Its people like him who have helped form the type of society we have now. Stuffed with immigrants both legal and illegal from all parts of the third world.


  25. 54
    Hold the front page says:

    Wow. Leftwinger works for the BBC.


    • 68
      Biased Broadcasting Corporation says:

      No, left-winger dissipates his left-wing views on the BBC under the guise of an impartial commentator.


  26. 63
    Raving Loon says:

    Open Labour supporter was part of the civil service and now works at “unbiased” BBC, how is a conservative supposed to get on in politics?


    • 72
      Biased Broadcasting Corporation says:

      Open University lecturer!


    • 86
      I Remember You Hoo says:

      Scrap the license fee and make the BBC entirely voluntary subscription only.
      Put in place law that effectively removes public sector subsidy to the Guardian via massive public sector job advertisments.
      Weed out Common Purpose from the Civil Service, Local Government, Police and the Quango sector.
      Unfortunately, Cameron rather approves of the status quo and thus, the destruction of the Conservative party as a force for conservatism.
      Make of that what you will.


      • 102
        rick says:

        ++ 100


      • 150
        My comment is awaiting moderation says:

        I have long abandoned the TV licence.

        I refuse to voluntarily subsidise communist propaganda.

        If enough people did likewise it would choke off the parasites that live off of the licence money.


  27. 64
    nellnewman says:

    Unbiased Beeb! ROFL!!

    And what’s wrong with that man’s hair? He looks like an old fashioned grandmother from the WW2 period.


  28. 67
    Anonymous says:

    If you want unbiassed opinion nothibng less than God or Guido would do.


  29. 73
    Theresa May says:

    One of my favourite childrens programes when I was growing up was Crackerjack.
    I well remember its catchphrase ” its Saturday its 5 to 5 its Crackerjack”.
    Ah the memories.


  30. 75
    Anonymous says:

    The BBC is a creepy-crawly public-sector institution, with a vested interest in trailing a slime of leftist policies and attitudes, in order to ensure its own survival.

    Expecting the BBC to be “impartial” is rather like expecting a slug to be impartial about slug-pellets.


  31. 76

    Was that Carl Gardner or his brother Uphill?


  32. 77
    Professor says:

    Russia Today is as impartial as you will find these days.


  33. 81
    Sophie says:

    4 years + of non payment of the TV Tax to the institutionally pro EU, pro immigration international marxist BBC.

    Not one penny.

    Starve the beast – dont pay – & feel better about yourselves.


    • 88
      sockpuppet #4 says:

      Something missing from that comment.


    • 106
      Pawn Sandwich says:

      I have not paid for the same length of time, in my fourth year now. they will not get another penny from me, ever.

      Feels GREAT.


      • 111
        Anonymous says:

        How do you manage not to pay the lousy telly tax? Honestly, I would love to know, as I detest having to pay it.


        • 115
          Q says:

          Easiest way is emigrate.
          Next up is only ever watch TV from something like iPlayer/4oD etc – none realtime TV is not classed as a broadcast


          • Anonymous says:

            Thanks Q. :)


          • Drop a Daisy cutter on the BBC says:

            Not true, OWNING a TV or computer requires you to own a TV licence. The BBC sussed that one out years ago, even if you have an old TV in the loft you are still breaking the law if you don’t have a licence.

            The BBC are c u n t z, scum and drug taking cock suckers.


          • My comment is awaiting moderation says:

            @Daisy Cutter

            That’s not true.

            You only need a licence if you watch or record broadcast tv.

            You do not néed a tv licence if you use your tv to watch recorded media or catchup tv via iPlayer, 4OD etc. through a broadband connection.

            Check it out.


          • Anonymous says:

            TV Licensing: “You need to be covered by a valid TV Licence if you watch or record TV as it’s being broadcast.”

            Simply owning a TV or a PC, console, etc, does not mean that you require a TV licence.


        • 119
          Axe The Telly Tax says:

          Don’t reply to their letters and don’t answer the door to their Crapita thugs.


          You cannot be fined or sent to prison for non payment of telly tax.

          The detector vans are a myth.


          • blowingWhistles says:

            Just like Crapita – there is another evil company doing evil like them – Watch out for ‘outsourcing’ (Dodgy Accounting appears to be the norm)

            Mouch (H)el(l) – their going down. See Private Eye / Bournemouth


        • 169
          Backwoodsman says:

          Simple. Bin the junk mail. In the unlikely event that a bloke you don’t know turns up on your doorstep in ther evening and asks ‘are you Mr. Blogs ?’, say ‘who are you ? If he says he,s from tv licensing, reply ‘ no comment’ and shut the door in his face. Sweet F A he can do about it.
          Please visit biased-bbc.org and post there examples of bias you hear.


    • 113
      Axe The Telly Tax says:

      It’s my 7th year on non payment ;-)

      With the huge increase in postal charges coming in this May, it will cost the BBC even more to send their threatening letters, but i will still file them in the fireplace :-)


      • 129
        Pawn Sandwich says:

        Next year you will have saved over £1K. You are then a Grandee. Well done.


      • 130
        Lord Wreath says:

        Just put on the form they send that you only use the TV to watch dvds & videos and have no interest in watching BBC crap. Works for me.


        • 134
          AC1 says:

          Just never reply.


          • Peter Carter-Fuck says:

            I wonder how many licences are bought in West Belfast? I imagine the Carpita shites don’t go there very often, there’s no fun being a bully when your head’s on fire.


    • 166
      blowingWhistles says:

      The BBC have been infested with marxist EU loving nutters for decades – the Beeb are beholden to the EU – and don’t forget – which every national newspaper manages to!!! Dohhh!!! – that The EU have not returned proper audited accounts for 17 years now!!! And the yanks don’t call that shot on the dodgy accounts either – how intriguiging – or is it a communist intrigue? Was Hoover a closet commie ohmo as well …. And what really happened to Howard Hughes ….?


  34. 93
    Jimmy says:

    Perhaps in the interests of (let’s call it) balance you could get Blaney to give his analysis.


  35. 99
    Huumer says:

    Is this a picture of a pre-op Danny Baker?


  36. 100
    Fuct says:

    What the fuck is that on his head ?


  37. 108
    Mornington Crescent says:

    Quite possibly the best comment I’ve read for ages, over at the Tittygraph, in response to Ruth Porter’s article on how the Gov can make savings:

    A woman walks into the Liverpool benefits office, trailed by 15 kids.

    ‘WOW,’ the social worker exclaims, ‘Are they ALL yours?

    ‘Yeah they are all mine,’ the flustered mother sighs, having heard that question a thousand times before. She says, ‘Sit down Terry.’

    All the children rush to find seats.

    ‘Well,’ says the social worker, ‘then you must be here to sign up. I’ll need all your children’s names.’

    ‘This one’s my oldest – he is Terry.’

    ‘OK, and who’s next?’ ‘Well, this one he is Terry, also.’

    The social worker raises an eyebrow but continues. One by one, through the oldest four, all boys, all named Terry. Then she is introduced to the eldest girl, named Terri.

    ‘All right,’ says the caseworker. ‘I’m seeing a pattern here. Are they ALL named Terri?’

    Their Mother replied, ‘Well, yes – it makes it easier. When it is time to get them out of bed and ready for school, I yell, ‘Terry!’ An’ when it’s time for dinner, I just yell ‘Terry!’ an’ they all come runnin.’ An’ if I need to stop the kid who’s running into the street, I just yell ‘Terry’ and all of them stop. It’s the smartest idea I ever had, namin’ them all Terry.’

    The social worker thinks this over for a bit, then wrinkles her forehead and says tentatively, ‘But what if you just want ONE kid to come, and not the whole bunch?’

    ‘I call them by their surnames!’


    • 117
      Fuct says:

      As you well know, some of us have been known to have had brushes with
      the authorities on our way home from the odd social session over the years.

      A couple of nights ago, I was out for a few drinks with some friends at the
      Marriott Hotel and had a few too many beers and some rather nice red wine.

      Knowing full well I may have been slightly over the limit, I did something
      I’ve never done before: I took a bus home.

      Sure enough I passed a police road block but as it was a bus, they waved
      it past. I arrived home safely without incident, which was a real surprise, as
      I have never driven a bus before and I am not sure where I got it.

      … I’m here all week…


  38. 120
    SAS - NOT !!!!! says:

    10 down….stuff “”Conservative blogger”” Guido fails to mention

    1. Posh
    2. No remorse
    3. Arrogant
    4. No passion
    5. Lazy
    6. Real crime
    7. No Contrition
    8. Don’t Care
    9. Too busy, making dinner for Sammy Poos
    10. …..Cambo’s response “ It’s all nonsense”

    Nuff said really.


  39. 122
    The Truth will out says:

    Here we go again

    Now Leveson calls Sky News “criminal”


    Was/is the whole of the Murdock empire criminal ?

    When will they be put behind bars like any other criminal citizen ?


    • 125
      Caligula himself says:

      Including the Murdoch bosses…

      Where is the DPP? He is gulty of dereliction of duty AGAIN…

      What a fucking disgrace he is …And the Rule of Law in Britain has clearly broken down AGAIN….FFS

      Does no one in Britan care any more than it has become a banana monarchy ?



  40. 123
    Drop a Daisy cutter on the BBC says:

    The BBC is full of lefty c u n t z. Just take a listen to Nicky Campbell, Victoria Derbyshire and Richard Bacon….better still don’t.


  41. 142
    Referee says:

    Leave Victoria Derbyshire alone – she’s fair and balanced which is more than can be said for t the BBC brief with the dyed Dougal on top.


  42. 147
    The BBC says:

    We at the BBC take impartiality very seriously and we strive to ensure our employees represent the fullest spectrum of political beliefs.

    The BBC employs socialists and leftists and Marxists and progressive leftists and traditional Trotskyists and Islamists and greens and revolutionary communists and even some liberal democrat centrists. As you can clearly see this represents 99% of political acceptable political spectrum, the other one percent consists of mentally deranged criminally insane right wingers and they dont deserve to live let alone be represented at the BBC, why it would be like employing child molesters on childrens TV wouldnt it?


  43. 148
    Anonymous says:

    The Russian TV station appears less biased than the Beeb in it coverage of Financial matters. Plus the chicks are hotter.


  44. 156

    Shame about the picture! Perhaps not my best.

    I think calling me the “Beeb’s biased brief” is a bit much. There’s no secret about my supporting Labour – as you’ve proved. Like any other lawyer, I have lots of non-legal opinions. But it’s difficult to argue seriously that my legal commentary is politically biased. Anyone who reads Head of Legal will see it’s not. Try looking up what I’ve written about Jacqui Smith.

    On Abu Qatada, Guido, if you say I’m wrong (do you?), then let’s see your legal argument explaining why.


    • 161
      innit says:

      Bollox matey-boy. You’re so fucking biased, like all the other tossers the bbc gets on the air, that you cannot even remember when you started to be biased.

      Do you think the legal system exists in a fucking vaccum?


      • 162
        innit says:

        Bollox I mis-typed ‘vacuum’. No doubt some fucking pedant will be along in minute to declare that a simple fucking typing error rules out any claim to fucking veracity. Bollox.


    • 167
      Polythesis says:

      People like you have turned the BBC into a ecofascist islamofascist hard left quasi Marxist propaganda mouthpiece. Everything the BBC does is political because the left believes that everything is political and the BBCs role is to indoctrinate the public. From childrens TV to soaps to news to documentaries to drama, they are all designed to spread the message of progressive left and hard left values. Abu Qatada? Your sort has some kind of perverted love affair with islamofascism, God knows why because the first victims of islamofascism are the leftists. Abu Qatada hates and despises the UK while happily living off the tax payer and the left hates and despises the UK while happily living off the tax payer, maybe thats why you are so attracted to each other?


    • 174
      jgm2 says:

      I don’t know what you said to upset your hairdresser but I should think about apologising if I were you.


  45. 164
    fred block says:

    pic looks like danny baker in a wig


  46. 177
    BruRico says:

    Carl’s legal analysis was excellent though. Qatada’s lawyers got it right


  47. 178
    Anonymous says:

    Noticed something odd about the disappearance of RTV and Al Jazeera channels from Freeview. Searched for Nigel Farage’s site to pose a query, and found this:
    Block all nigelfaragemep.co.uk results
    Which cleared shortly afterwards. Preparations for the French election going the wrong way?


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“Well, then he’s gonna pay on December 2nd”

Mycroft says:

Have you read the last bit of Animal Farm?

You know where the animals are looking through the Farmhouse window?

My TV screen was that window at lunch-time today.

Be careful, the sudden self-congratulatory tone, the slightly pudgy outline of indulgence and you become exactly what you should despise.

The jolly face of the Quisling Cameron poses for your camera has mesmerised and deceived you, you who were once not so deceived.

You were no firebrand, you were a damp squib in my opinion, sorry.

You need a damned good kick up the ahse!

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