May 2nd, 2012

Another Day, Another Labour Peer Raging at Ken

First Sugar, then Winston and now Lord Desai:

“London is changing so fast that I wish the Labour Party had found a better candidate… London does need a dynamic, innovative Mayor — there is no doubt about that. Ken just does not have it. It’s a lack of new ideas. When I see him talking, he is still talking about what he did before. He’s still living in the past.”

Labour MPs are silent about Ken today, in fact the only person cheer-leading seems to be George Galloway. Not long now…


195 Comments

  1. 1
    Anyone but Ken says:

    If only Labour had picked a semi credible candidate!

    • 2
      Mike Litorus says:

      The Labia party couldn’t pick its arse with a meathook.

      And long may it continue.

    • 21
      Tony Blair, winner! says:

      They love losers, just look at Brown and little Ed.

    • 35
      gramma says:

      I had the hope that the 2010 Liberal surge would announce the demise of the Labour party, but the recent emasculation of the Conservative party has turned dream into nightmare.
      “If only Labour had picked a semi credible candidate!”
      Surely the question should be -If God or the government had only granted us a credible electorate without the postal vote.
      Until the returning officers insist that each voter receiving a dollop of indelible ink on the voting finger that has made it’s mark, the system will remain an insecure lottery.

      • 50
        Mr A Cynic. says:

        This is why I didn’t bother voting in 2010. What’s the point, when my vote counts for nothing as it’s over-ridden by the 20 non-existent postal-voting Muslims ‘living’ in the house across the road?

        • 55
          Quisling says:

          Or garden shed of course

          • gardensheds R us says:

            Do you mind. Fertiliser or dried manure maybe. But no sensible gardener keeps fermenting sh*t in his shed. I believe you meant to say outhouse.

          • Quisling says:

            Yes one meant the Amdega Conservatory actually

          • Geedo's modder says:

            Only us toffs have outhouses – and by the way, it is pronounced “itehice”.

      • 57
        inside- out says:

        With a bit of luck the loons will fix the postal ballot so badly that the election would be declared null and void.Something in the realm of 120% of total electorate voting for Ken would probable do.

    • 86
      Anonymous says:

      Just wonderong Guido, but is this part of your “Bin lids for Bojo” series?

    • 96
      Diane Abott says:

      I’m getting a wig like that.

    • 127
      Lying for Ken? says:

      Ooops, posted this on the wrong (FT) thread. Now in the right place

      People who may have caught Polly’s latest twaddle and ‘enthusiastic’ support for Ken might be startled by a number of highly Hari-esq claims she makes. It’s worth a read, albeit for a laugh.

      http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2012/apr/30/vote-labour-thursday-cameron-posh?commentpage=1#end-of-comments.

      Buried deep in the 1000 odd comments someone takes her to task for the numbers she used to somehow correlate ESA rejections and deaths. I, though, was taken aback by the housing statistics that she uses; ‘…London has built just 56 affordable homes in the past six months…’

      Bad Boris! Incompetent Boris! is the message.

      Actually, the most recently published, six month figures show 3520 Housing Association and Local Authority housing completions in London, plus a further 4620 private Enterprise completions – some of which, no doubt will also be ‘affordable housing’. There was also a total of 6290 housing starts in the same period.

      Knowing that she picks up on posts on CiF I did ask where she got her figures from. But, rather like waiting for Ken’s accounts, there came no answer. Perhaps because I suggested that she may have used Ken’s magic calculator, she’s not talking.

      I thought that there were ethics and standards that applied to journalists and newspapers and that she shouldn’t resort to simply making things up (like Owen Jones does). I am tempted to ask whether the Guardian is a fit and proper publication if it allows this sort of thing, without sanction.

      Reply

      • 136
        Starve the BBC Beast says:

        There are no ethics amongst the muppets of Tuscany.

        Pollytwaddle will continue to make up numbers just as her special friends did when reciting tractor stats for Parliament.

        The M.O. is: make the allegation on the front page, bury the retraction amongst the loan adverts.

  2. 3
    Gotcha! says:

    It’s pretty clear that Red Kenneth is a divisive figure, totally unfit to be Mayor of a capital city like London

  3. 4
    MB. says:

    Ed Milliband just seemed to support Livingstone on The World At One, he might regret that but I suppose Tom Watson will find some way to blame them losing on Murdoch.

    • 32
      Ed Moribund says:

      I support Ken ..no wait..not him…he’s well dodgy. The other one..The good one…The one everyone likes…not Boris ..the other one… the red candidate…ohh..wassernameagain…? Nosmo king? Emu King? Una Sharples? ..what was her name again?

    • 111
      Anonymous says:

      I heard Ed on the world at one. Firstly the operation didnt work, he sounds as though he is speaking under water and secondly he is the most unpleasant politician i have ever heard on radio 4. He is really nasty, i would be embarassed to speak of other people that way even in private, cant something be done about the smug pr*ck ?

  4. 5
    Gorgeous says:
  5. 6
    Steve Miliband says:

    Is it Lord Desai of Dodgy Barnet?

    • 12
      Selohesra says:

      He was on way to fancy dress party – as a dandelion clock

      • 62
        Davey Cameron's bumsex army says:

        He’s a former marxist – Harpo I think.

        Dozy old cun*t should fuck off back to his curry shop.

  6. 7
    Question says:

    Is that a wig?

  7. 8
    Democracy Now says:

    Labour activists are today crawling through the streets in the ward in Walthamstow that had a 125% turnout at the last elections. Maybe they are expecting a repeat performance.

  8. 10
    Democracy Now says:

    Labour activists are today crawling through the streets in the ward in Walthamstow that had a 125% turnout at the last elections. Maybe they are expecting a rep e a t performance.

  9. 13
    LibLabCon up to it's old tricks again? says:

    Police swooped on councillor Whitby’s home, smashed in his front door, forced entry to his property, arrested him and dragged him from his own home. This arrest followed malicious allegations made by the political opposition against the B&P who accused councillor Whitby of electoral fraud.

    • 56
      Diane Fatbutt says:

      If you comment on this video your a WACIST!

    • 58
      Vimeiro says:

      Come back when the story is ‘they smashed in his back doors’

      • 94

        Does that stand for “Bed & Preckfast? And is the preckfast Halal? And why don’t the opposition support a small business offering competitively priced and indifferently cleaned short-term accommodation? Had the nice policemen misplaced their front door key?

    • 113
      rick says:

      Rule 1:
      Do not go against the establishment. Orwell was very clear on this.

      • 180
        Old Tory Bigot says:

        I have read almost everything Orwell ever penned. Some of it is tedious, repetitious and self-regarding. He is, in a sense, the ultimate Guardianista – ashamed of his own privilleged, upper middle class origins – and wishing to throw in his lot with the prolitarian underclasses.

        However. Tedious and wretchedly socialist though Orwell was, he was a prophet, and a remarkably accurate one – evern foreseeing the technologies that would ultimately enslave us and spy on us from the cradle to the grave.

        1984 and all that. When commenters mentioned that title 10 years ago we laughed and thought it a cliche.

        But now, I think Orwell has the last laugh.

    • 134
      Untouchables says:

      Funny how the old bill are nowhere to be seen when it comes to election ‘irregularities’ in the postal vote rigging communities.

      • 151
        Geedo's modder says:

        Read somewhere or other today that 10,000 of them are being posted to cover all the polling stations in Tower Hamlets. They’ll be eay to spot as they’ll each be wearing a multi-coloured dishdasha (Arabic for a tent) and smoking a hookah pipe.

    • 163
      Old Tory Bigot says:

      Fucking appalling! Disgusting! Fucking Nazi stormtroopers with covered faces!

      What the hell has happened to this country?

      This Englishman’s home was clearly not his castle.

      I truly dispair.

      • 190
        Living in 98 percent white Merseyside says:

        Just another example of how the UK is committing suicide.

    • 169
      One policy state says:

      While it’s the B&P today, it could well be the UKIP tomorrow. The corrupt quisling British establishment will not allow any threat to their Liblabcon status quo.

      State intimidation of awkward political parties is no longer just for the third world. It’s part and parcel of the post-democratic west.

    • 183
      WVM says:

      Unfortunately this is what happens in the UK if you step out of line, thank god he didn’t tweet the wrong thing or it would have been 56 days in jail.

      • 191
        Living in 98 percent white Merseyside says:

        Shouldn’t that Stacey chap have been released by now. He’s served half his sentence. Obviously his parents aren’t rich or he would only have served a quarter.

  10. 14
    CYNICAL OLD MAN says:

    O/T The connections between Max Mosley and Labour should be investigated. Mosely funds the Kacked Off campaign and look who else involved with it – Tom Watson, Chris Bryant and John Prescott!

    Mosley also bankrolls the shyster lawyer Mark Lewis who now seems to be actively campaigning to bring down Murdoch and is just using the “clients” he represents in the hacking saga as smear fodder. He’s even been in the USA touting for anyone who thinks they may have been hacked whilst they were resident in “the land of the free”.

    Mosley seems to be as bad, if not worse than Gordon Brown in the revenge stakes. Seems he believes that Murdoch was personally responsible for his son’s suicide. Nothing to do with the shame of his father being outed as a sad, pathetic S&M geek, then? Of course, it was Murdoch’s fault that Max willingly sought out prostitutes to whip his arse for his deviant sexual gratification.

    It would be incredible given the connections between Watson and Mosley that Fatty didn’t pass on privileged information to Mosley and his legal hitman Lewis to use against Murdoch.

    • 24
      Anonymous says:

      Who gives a shit about anybody you name?

      • 28
        AC1 says:

        Anyone who doesn’t want to see a left wing state monopoly dictating everything on T.V.

        • 33
          Anonymous says:

          Sky is just as shit as the BBC and the rest. Sometimes the same shit, sometimes different shit.

          • Fox News says:

            That’s why Mad Hatty called for it to be shut down I s’pose.

          • Blue team vs Red team says:

            Well what I find is Sky News follows the BBC line an almost everything along with most of the other MSM. The gaping chasm between what the average guy in the street thinks on many issues and what the MSM and the main three parties pump out is growing by the day.

          • LibLabCon = scum says:

            Sky may indeed be just as shit as the BBC, but you’re not forced (under threat of imprisonment) to pay the subscription fee, even if you don’t watch Sky.

            It must surely be illegal for the government to force people to pay for a product, regardless of whether or not they use it?

          • W. Moatsnot (anag): getting my retaliation in first says:

            Judge queries second Leveson probe
            Press Association – 1 hour 5 minutes agoEmailPrintRelated ContentView PhotoLord Justice Leveson says legal delays may scupper the planned second part of his probe into wrongdoing at News International
            The judge leading the Leveson Inquiry into media standards has suggested the planned second part of his probe – into specific allegations of wrongdoing at the News of the World – may not go ahead.

            The lengthy delay caused by the need to await the conclusion of police investigations and possible trials means that it will be “very many months, if not longer” before the second part of the inquiry can begin, said Lord Justice Leveson.

            Although he did not rule out pressing ahead as planned, he suggested that consideration should be given to the value of a second inquiry which would involve “enormous cost” to taxpayers and participants and would “trawl over” material which is many years out of date.

            In a ruling published late on Tuesday on the inquiry website, Lord Justice Leveson said he believed it was “in everyone’s interests” to allow the first part of his investigation at the Royal Courts of Justice to go “as far as it possibly can” in the hope of answering public concerns about press behaviour.

            When Prime Minister David Cameron commissioned the probe in the wake of revelations about phone-hacking at the News of the World in July 2011, he gave Lord Justice Leveson a remit to carry out an inquiry in two parts.

            The first, to start immediately, would inquire into the “culture, practices, and ethics” of the media, including contacts and relationships between the press, politicians and police, and make recommendations for a more effective policy and regulatory regime in the future.

            Only after the completion of any police investigations or trials would the judge begin the second part of the inquiry, addressing “the extent of unlawful or improper conduct within News International, other newspaper organisations and, as appropriate, other organisations within the media”, as well as allegations of corrupt payments to police and complaints about the initial police response to phone-hacking claims.

            With police currently investigating a number of individuals and no indication of whether or when any prosecutions may be brought, it is thought likely to be 18 months or longer before the second part of the inquiry can begin.

            Lord Justice Leveson stressed that the possibility that the second part of the inquiry may not go ahead has not affected his approach to the first part.

            But he added: “It is undeniably a sensible strategic consideration for those who have participated in this inquiry.”

          • Igotta Rugg says:

            Can I help Sahib? I sell the biggest carpets in Birmingham to sweep all this under. Best get on with it before the Motorman files are released.

      • 165
        CYNICAL OLD MAN says:

        What’sup,Anonymong? Do you fear the truth getting out about Corrupt Labour politicians and unhinged Millionaires eaten up with vengeance getting together to destroy a perceived enemy? Don’t forget Mosley was the head of Formula 1 when his mate Bernie Ecclestone bunged New Labour a million quid to change government policy over cigarette advertising.

        It seems Twatson was judging Murdoch by Labour’s own low standards when he accused him of heading a criminal organisation (under Parliamentary privilege, of course, the fat cowardly shitstain)

        He accuses the Murdochs of being unfit to run a company because they said they were kept in the dark about NOW phone hacking yet the fat sweaty slug said he didn’t know McBride was smearing and libelling innocent people on behalf of Labour when he shared the SAME OFFICE with him.

        It just shows the criminal dishonesty of Labour politicians -but of course because they are YOUR ideological soulmates you’ll excuse them.The end justifies the means in your philosophy. Why don’t you crawl back up Twatson’s sweaty arse, you leftie turd!

    • 43
      Displaced Brummie says:

      Another Mosley, another Labour Party. Oh, dear.

      • 85

        Perhaps he would like to try and set up shop with Liebour in Cable street? Or would that disrupt his Monaco based, father fixated “parties” with young fraulines?

        Someone remind this tw.at what happened to his fathers’ two heroes of the right – lamp post and bunker, I think it was.

    • 101
      Ah! Monika says:

      Don’t for one moment think that Rupert will not be working on this.

      Leopards and spots remember

      • 153
        W. Moatsnot (anag) says:

        Leave me out of this. Max and I are just “good friends”.

        • 167
          CYNICAL OLD MAN says:

          Mr Moartsnot (Anag.), I thought Leveson had only been concentrating his efforts on investigating News International, even though evidence was produced other newspapers were involved in “phone hacking”. Surely starting a second part of the probe would just duplicate what he’s already done?

    • 112
      Anonymous says:

      x 10

      • 174
        Airey Belvoir says:

        What the hell has happened to the Chilcot findings? The grass has grown very high indeed over that!

  11. 15
    Two Reasons to vote UKIP? says:

    Look : http://t.co/bIlJR7jZ

  12. 18
    Peter Hain auto tweet says:

    Another assured performance today at PMQ’s by Ed. Tories out of touch!

  13. 19
    Gender Bender says:

    Who is the old lady in the picture?

  14. 23
    Quisling says:

    Ugh

    Thats like some terrible EastEnders hybrid of Pat Butcher and Patrick Trueman

  15. 30
    An English Patriot says:

    Not even those filth at BBC London/5 Live can help Livingstones now

  16. 44
    jgm2 says:

    It would be a mistake to write Ken off. Look what happened to Labour when George Galloway and his Islamic hordes got their …errr.. vote out.

    Look at Omaha Beach in the US. 95% of bl*a*cks voted for him. The dumb old colour-blind whities just split along ideological lines. Result – Obama in the White House. Not that I think McCain would’ve been any better. Although anything would be better than Bush.

    If the Labour whities hold their nose and vote for Ken then the same thing will happen. Ken knows it. Labour knows it. I know it.

    That’s why Ken has gone all-in with his ‘beacon of Islam’ rhetoric. He’s relying on the white Labour vote just holding its nose.

    • 46
      Bush Joke says:

      President Bush 3 Brazilian soldiers have been killed in irak

      OMG …… How many is a Brazilian?

      • 119
        Democracy Now says:

        +1

      • 146
        AC1 says:

        Obama Joke.

        See him say something without an autocue in front of him. Obama’s a thicky, who did much worse at Uni than Bush.

        • 155
          W. Moatsnot (anag) says:

          “community organisers”, like Select Committee members, need a certain something which others don’t have. One of these days I’ll remember what it is.

    • 114
      sockpuppet #4 says:

      In a moment of mild insanity I’m just hoping that they all voted for Galloway in protest against Labour spending money on loads of complete shit.

      In that particular case, a bloody great big fountain in the middle of Bradford.

      • 120
        sockpuppet #4 says:

        Just in case you don’t get it. Its a metaphor for the gigantic jizzing away of taxpayers money.

    • 186
      Abdul (again) says:

      wanna me printed postbox letter cards? plenty cheap!

  17. 49
    inside- out says:

    All these Labour Lords are scared that Milibrain might elevate Ken to the Lords,to carry on quaffing from the public trough.

    • 51
      Quisling says:

      Is the bar there also subsidised?

      • 68
        LibLabCon = scum says:

        I should have thought so. And even if it isn’t, we are forced to pay each Lord (I prefer the term ‘dumbfuck’) £300 per day tax-free to show up for work. Even if they just show up, clock-in and go home again.

  18. 54
    I can't be arsed to think up a new pseudonym says:

    Full Brazilian?
    Ooooh, Matron!

  19. 61
    David says:

    Seems about right:

    http://www.thedailymash.co.uk/news/business/old-bastard-attacked-by-useless-shower-of-piss-201205025183/

    “Unemployable misfits who spend your money on themselves said multi-billionaire Rupert Murdoch was not fit to run a business, particularly the incredibly successful one he has built from scratch.”

    • 65
      Davey Cameron's bumsex army says:

      Murdoch inherited his business.

      • 73
        nellnewman says:

        No murdoch has built his business into what it is today. He might not be very likeable but he is a successful businessman.

        It is hypocritical beyond belief that someone like twatson who has mega troughed off the taxpayer for most of his life, spends most of his time playing xbox games in his bedroom and is principally known for being gordon’s no.1 bully should think he has the authority to make a judgement on anything above the rank of garden slug.

        • 122
          Look at what they do and not at what they say says:

          Er, no, he inherited a going concern and did not have to fight his way up from the mailroom because daddy was boss. He is as much a child of a privileged upbringing as anyone in the upper pantheons of society. They fact he has an aussie accent is a total distraction which he uses to his advantage. He is an elitist.

        • 144
          Dobbie says:

          But he is right about Rupey.

      • 74
        Loungelizard says:

        A small weekly called the Gronggrong Mhaitong Bugle. Circulation 39 and an old dog called Waly. It was a start…

  20. 63
    anonymous says:

    how about this then?

    something for every tory boy to enjoy

    http://www.vogue.co.uk/news/2012/01/05/the-iron-lady—margaret-thatcher-costumes

  21. 64
    CT says:

    By their friends shall ye know them – and with friends like Galloway, who needs enemies?

    This is the final seal of approval for Boris.

  22. 66
    Variable This Is Knife says:

    I cannot wait for Ken’s no doubt statesman like and gracious concession speech. Followed swiftly by his arraignment for tax evasion.

    • 89
      Quisling says:

      Tax evasion? come off it he is part of the political cognoscenti whether we like it or not

      ergo untouchable

    • 93
      Labourunionsbbc we are one says:

      And a contract (tax free) with the state broadcasting arm of labourl.

    • 188
      Laser Practitioner in the clit clinic says:

      Only prob I’ve got is, – I can’t control the depth of cut

  23. 80
    Anonymous says:

    Hopefully full scale humiliation only hours away for this despicable piece of Liebour trash

    • 103
      bergen says:

      Don’t bank on it. He’ll start campaigning for the 2016 nomination. He considers the post as his entitlement.

  24. 87
    DIY for beginners says:

    • 107
      Ah! Monika says:

      THANKS
      Sanity at last

      • 137
        jgm2 says:

        Bit fucking stupid smashing the bulb and taking your shoes off though.

        The justified complaint of ‘elf an’ saf’ty is that it makes the job about five times longer, more difficult and more expensive without significantly improving your safety compared to the risk of just doing the job.

        Smashing the bulb with a lump hammer instead of just unscrewing it is just as fucking stupid.

    • 184
      WVM says:

      The man’s a genius!

  25. 88
    Chuka gives Ken a Chuck up says:
    • 91
      Chukattack says:

      So Boris wants to reduce the rate back to where it was for all of Labour’s time in government except for the very last month?

    • 92
      Quisling says:

      so anyone earning over £150k pa is a millionaire. Typical Labour command of finances and math

    • 97
      Dudley Zoo says:

      i said cut it to 20%, it don’t mean shit unless George says it

    • 168
      CYNICAL OLD MAN says:

      Chuckup’s another Labour hypocrite. What does this c*nt know about paying taxes in this country. I thought he benefited from the riches his parents gave him from their offshore tax haven. I wish I could buy £1200 suits and charge them to the taxpayer like this troughing bastard.

  26. 104
    Very True says:
    • 106
      I second that! says:

      And if it were not for The Great Man we may have a Goering Strasse in every town, plus lots of Hillter Squares!

      n’ that!

    • 108
      Ah! Monika says:

      And The Malvinas

    • 109
      Herman Achille Van Rompuy President of Europe says:

      And we would have surrendered our sovereignty to Europe.

    • 129
      Fish says:

      Your so funny, Nige.

      Chocks away – look out for those power lines.

    • 159
      Quisling says:

      Who was it that said “The last time the French asked for more proof it came marching into Paris under a Swastika”?

      • 160

        And wasn’t the first thing the Mayor of Paris did when the Panzers rolled in, was to ask the Nazi commander Dietrich von Choltitz ” A table for 150,000, Monsieur?”

        • 175
          Airey Belvoir says:

          Why do the French plant all those lines of trees along their roads?

          So the Germans can march in the shade.

        • 176
          Not all there says:

          Francs? They rip you off in both peace-time and war-time those petits voleurs :-)

          • I'm Not Judging, But... says:

            The French have even stopped Paris Disney from holding a 20th anniversary firework display, because when they had one on their tenth anniversary, an entire regiment of French troops tried to surrender to 3 startled Swiss tourists.

  27. 110
    dr. sipp says:

    economy–its too late for plan A+ even plan algebra cant save osborne

  28. 118
    Getting out of this pathetic Socialist shithole says:

    Socialist losers

  29. 123
    Ah! Monika says:

    Blair to ‘re-engage’ in the UK ( Seen Elsewhere)

    Is Chilcot due to report soon?

    • 192
      Clouseau says:

      A classic case of the criminal returning to the scene of the crime.

  30. 130
    Durr... says:

    I was just going to type Nice Hair….

    This seemed to be relevant

    What the Fire Chief Said

    For those who understand, no explanation is needed.
    For those who do not understand, no explanation is possible.
    Not fair to make judgment of this, until you see what the Fire Chief says!!!!
    In South Los Angeles , a 4-plex home was destroyed by a fire.

    A Mexican family of six, all welfare recipients and gang members,

    Lived on the first floor, they died.

    An Islamic group of seven welfare cheats,

    All illegally in the country from Kenya , lived on the second floor,

    And they, too, all perished in the fire.
    6 LA, Hispanic, Gang Bangers, & ex-cons,

    Lived on the 3rd floor and they, too, died.
    A lone, white couple lived on the top floor.
    The couple survived the fire.
    Jesse Jackson, John Burris and Al Sharpton were furious!!

    They flew into LA and met with the fire chief, on camera.

    They loudly demanded to know,

    Why the Blacks, Black Muslims and Hispanics,

    All died in the fire and why only the White couple lived?

    The Fire Chief said,

    “They were at work”

  31. 138
    Steve says:

    Wow. He gets to be a lord AND have a full-on afro.

    Unless he’s a she of course.

  32. 142
    UKIPMAN says:

    Enough of this parochial trivia.

    What matters far more is the damage being done to the economies of Britain and Europe by the stupid EU. Unemployment at a record and raging recession. Meanwhile most other non-European countries are growing.

    What does that tell us of this idiotic experiment?

    • 195
      I'm Not Judging, But... says:

      How did the EU f.uck up the economies of the USA, Argentina, Australia, Iceland etc, etc, etc…

      Foil hats are obviously not allowed at UKIP meetings, as they clash with the swastika armbands your mum knitted for you.

      Move on, simple solutions for simpletons ONLY allowed to stop here…..

  33. 170
    Jumbo says:

    Elderly women handing out Vote Labour leaflets at my local SE London station with no mention of him and the women themselves saying gaily: “Don’t to vote tomorrow!” They don’t answer when you enquire which candidate they are backing, taking the momentum out of the response: “I’d sooner eat shit!”

  34. 173
    Bob Diamond Breezer says:

    What a joy it will be to wake up on Friday and have Boris back in office – lets hope David who backed him so courageously in the Standard today lets him implement some of his policies: an amnesty for the 2 million or so ileagals living in London, lower taxes, no cut in housing benefits, more cable cars, nostalgia busses, bikes etc etc

  35. 185

    Red Ken so loves digging his own grave.

    Let’s hope Red Ed Miliband doesn’t follow suit even though the only winner would be Red Ed Balls.

  36. 193
    Eccles says says:

    That is not a labour peer in that photo.

    That is Eddie Murphy in disguise.


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