May 10th, 2012

Future King Gets First Job

It’s reigning… 


167 Comments

  1. 1
    Popcorn time says:

    Pure Class!

    • 5
      Anonymous says:

      Durrrr, William to be next King.

    • 13
      Engineer says:

      Hardly his first job. Commissioned Officer in’t Navy, wasn’t he?

      • 18
        yeah, right.... says:

        Was this an advert for the Campaign for a Republican Britain?

        Pretty convincing.

      • 21

        He was entrusted with a warship as Captain – with a VERY good First Lieutenant.

        • 117
          Handycock No1 Trougher in Parliament says:

          I tried to join the navy as a stoker like my dad, but could not pass the namet test so they said I was too thick to join, so I became a politician instead. Boaz.

      • 24
        Well it's a thought says:

        Yes his little minesweeper HMS Bronninton is in Birkenhead docks sinking by the head, some idiot used a high pressure washer on the wooden deck and ended up removing the corking, the rest was done by rain.

      • 119
        Lady Virginia Droit de Seigneur says:

        I thought his first job was in a supporting role in “Noddy”

        • 164
          Archie says:

          Leave him alone, he’s all right! He’d be even better if he’d kick that “Green” shit into touch!

      • 154
        Jack (I work for the KGB) Jones says:

        Yes, he was and if anyone looks at the history of the British Navy, they never promote or give responsibility to people who cannot do the job nor do they allow a nut job to command one of their ships. Hence, Charlie was up to the job of being Captain of a Minesweeper, not something your average chap can do.

    • 25
      The Queen says:
      • 33
        fruitcake says:

        No, Cameron has fucked up with the u-turn on the carrier planes, he definitely needs more WE before being PM.

        • 83
          David Camoron says:

          Look, you little oik. I’m spending £6bn+ of your money on two substandard carriers with 60 substandard warplanes.

          That’s a lot cheaper than buying useful stuff that won’t get shot down within 15 minutes.

          I’m a genius.

          • fruitcake says:

            I salute you sir, have a beer.

          • Ivor Tapeworm says:

            Remember that IT WAS GORDON BROWN that committed us to buying 2 carriers which are ill-suited to our needs, under contracts that we can not pull out of without penalties that would make it cheaper to build them.

            All so Gordon could buy voters in a neighbouring constituency.

            MoD(PE) Became a shambles under Labour.

        • 123
          Desmondo says:

          Actually the fuck up was not the U turn. The fuck up was going the wrong way in the first place. And that belongs to Dr Fox.

    • 87
      tapestory says:

      He gets the weather fixed using HAARP, cloud seeding and the rain/snow making device located in Denmark to bring unseasonal extremes, then has the cheek to go on ‘heir ‘and forecast what’s already been arranged.

      To see rain/snow triggering device in operation, look at left hand column on The Tap Blog.

    • 96
      Biased BBC.com says:
      • 148
        do me a favour says:

        Look forward to a debate about why some Muslim men believe it’s ok to drug and rape vulnerable white girls and claim they’re victims of racism when caught.

  2. 2
    Steve Miliband says:

    looks like it’s a bit foggy

  3. 3
    Dave Bruce says:

    Yessssss this is how poor people work.. Rather easy dosent one think?

  4. 4
    Steve Miliband says:

    This drought is pretty bad

    • 7
      Davey Cameron's bumsex army says:

      It really is appalling

    • 11
      Engineer says:

      Wettest drought in living memory.

      It’s the BBC’s fault. You just know that as soon as they start banging on about hosepipe bans and standpipes in the streets the heavens will open and it won’t stop raining for a month.

      • 27
        Susie says:

        Make that two, or three… honestly. The long range says it might brighten up a bit in August and into the autumn.

        • 34
          hot totty says:

          It’s brightening up around August already in my part of the world.

          http://trimomo.org/wp-content/uploads/2011/10/Miss-August-Iryna-Ivanova-7.jpg

        • 69
          Wondering says:

          After that ex-met office chap said they are a bunch of liars and started his own forecasting firm, I’m rather curious how his prediction that this will be the coldest May for 100 years will turn out.
          He seems on target so far.

          • Another Engineer says:

            Nоwhеrе nеаr.

            If yоu mеаn Pіеrs Cоrbyn, hе’s just а sеlf publіcіst wіth а skіll fоr gеnеrаtіng stupіd hеаdlіnеs fоr stupіd nеwspаpеrs. Thе sоrt thаt nееds а fіll-іn stоry іf thеrе іsn’t а Dіаnа оr Mаddy аnglе fоr thе dаy. Hе’ll clаіm hіs fоrеcаst wаs “аccurаtе” bеcаusе а cоuplе оf snоwflаkеs fеll аt 4000ft іn thе Cаіrngоrms.

      • 163
        dothemaths says:

        Hosepipe ban is there to stop the country getting any wetter.

  5. 6
    annette curton says:

    Dreary, wet, cold, foggy, misty, occasionally blustery and now for his weather forecast.

    • 10
      Anonymous says:

      Shit storm coming from the east anytime soon.

      • 20
        annette curton says:

        Don’t panic Fish says nothing to worry about Mrs Trimble a mega Tsunami is not on its way.

  6. 9
    Ha! says:
    • 12
      Drop a daisy cutter on the BBC says:

      I’m still recovering from seeing him with a boner on in a pair of white skidmarked knickers.

      BAAAAAAAAAARRRRRRF!!!

    • 94
      Brass Eye says:

      I hope he opens up on QT tonight

  7. 14
    Drop a daisy cutter on the BBC says:

    Ha, BBC showing Irish pikey scum racing their fucking mong horses on a road. They do that on a regular basis down here in Kent and the Police do nothing.

    • 16
      Drop a daisy cutter on the BBC says:

      I should add they really are thick inbred bastards.

    • 46
      taC eht abbaJ says:

      We have the same problem down in Surrey in the areas surrounding the Epsom Downs.

      Mind you, I will give them credit for giving a speed camera near one of their camps a flammable tire necklace that cooked the camera to destructive perfection and then the local council wouldn’t dare replace it for a couple of years…

  8. 15
    Universal Hiss says:

    Why?

  9. 19
    Ed Moribund says:

    I’m hitting my stride now.
    Once you’ve been doing the job for a few years you really start to get the hang of it.

  10. 22
    Michael Fish says:

    Don’t worry, there is no economic collapse on it’s way, just a lot of hot air.

  11. 23
    Ed Moribund says:

    Trinity Mirror ..WTF are you doing? Where’s Sly Bailey going?
    Whoever takes over will still give me, unlimited, unquestioning support, won’t they?

  12. 28
    Labourunionsbbc we are one says:

    What I don’t understand is why when they announced the drought some weather ghillie didn’t pop up and say there is going to be weeks of continual rain.

    That’s what they do aint it? It’s their job to and they get millions and millions of tax payers pounds to do it.

    So if they couldn’t even see all this rain coming what fucking good are they at all?

    Do they ever admit that they constantly fuck up, do they ever. Cpunts

    • 32
      Drop a daisy cutter on the BBC says:

      Fucking up is what the BBC does best.

    • 42
      Archer Karcher says:

      The Met Office and the BBC insist that they are absolutely certain what the weather will be like in fifty years time. Yet, using the same computers can’t say what the weather will be more than 48 hours in advance.

      • 77
        Another Engineer says:

        I prеdіct thаt thе wеаthеr іn 50 yеаrs wіll bе gеnеrаlly unsеttlеd, wіth mоstly wеstеrly wіnds.

        Thе mеаn mаxіmum tеmpеrаturе оvеr thе yеаr wіll bе аrоund 14C іn Englаnd аnd аrоund 10C іn Scоtlаnd.

        Nоw, whеthеr іt wіll rаіn оn yоur pаrtіculаr іnch оf grоund оn Sаturdаy – thаt’s а bіt mоrе dіffіcult. Thе Mеt Offіcе hаvе hіgh rеsоlutіоn mоdеls fоr thаt sоrt оf thіng but yоu wіll nеvеr sее usеful оutput оn аny TV fоrеcаst. Yоu mіght gеt sоmе іdеа оn thе shоrt rаngе fоrеcаst mаps оn thе Mеt Offіcе wеbsіtе.

  13. 29
    Bob Dylan says:

    You don’t need a weatherman to know which way the wind blows… and we don’t need wind mills

  14. 31
    Drop a daisy cutter on the BBC says:

    As usual BBC giving a totally one sided view of the strikers. No mention of the hundreds of billions wasted by the gay jock boys over 13 years.

  15. 36
    Ah! Monika says:

    The outspoken head of Ofsted has hit out at teachers who complain their jobs are “too stressful” and make excuses for poor performance.

    Sir Michael Wilshaw suggested head teachers needed reminding what stress really was
    Yeeeeeeeeeeeeeeessssssssssssssssssss

    • 38
      fruitcake says:

      Wilshaw for Education Minister
      http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/education-18025202

      gets my vote

    • 39
      Bald men fighting over a comb says:

      It seems to me that many of the teachers complaining of stress are stressed out because they do not know what they are doing or how to do it. In such a situation where you don’t yourself know, getting students to do what you want to do is very hard. Leadership 101: know where you are going before trying to get people to follow. It is why Cameron is a flop.

      • 45
        Dave Figgley says:

        Ha ha, sunshine.

        It seems to me that many of the teachers complaining of stress are stressed out because they do not know what they are doing or how to do it. In such a situation where you don’t yourself know, getting students to do what you want to do is very hard. Leadership 101: know where you are going before trying to get people to follow. It is why Cameron is a flop……

        …….says some bloke that get stressed when his internet connection goes tits up, mate.

        Ponce.

        • 53
          Bald men fighting over a comb says:

          Surprisingly enough, I do not recall the last time my internet connection went tits up. Maybe ten years ago..

          • Ivor Tapeworm says:

            A friend of mine is a teacher. The most stressful part of her job is not dealing with the kids, who are great fun. The stressful bit is dealing with her teacher colleagues, who are completely incompetent imbeciles.

    • 40
      Is Tim Henman the most underemployed BBC freeloader ever? says:

      I’ll tell them what stress is and how debilitating it can be. I still have nightmares you know.

    • 59
      Drop a daisy cutter on the BBC says:

      Finally, some fucker says it. Teachers you are bone idle scum.

    • 109
      Brass Eye says:

      +1

    • 110
      Must get a pseudonym one day says:

      They seem to forget that their job is optional. If they don’t like the so-called ‘stress’ and the pay/pension package on offer, they are free to resign and seek another more suitable job elsewhere.

      If they choose to stay on as teachers, policemen, prison officers, nurses or whatever, they’ve accepted the deal.

      With 3 million plus unemployed, it’s time to play hard-ball.

      • 141
        UKIPMAN says:

        Teachers don’t get enough holidays in summer. They also have to work in winter unless two flakes of snow land on the school.

        • 158
          Tardkiller says:

          you lot haven’t the first clue at the workload teachers get.

          most of it is hoop jumping local authority nonsense, but a lot of it is bewildering, teaching is now insanely complex even at Primary level

  16. 41
    Baron two Jags Prescott of Bulimia says:

    Any one you lads seen my chipolata?

  17. 43
    I don't need no doctor says:

    A real job at the BBC. Didn’t know real jobs at the BBC existed.

  18. 44
    BBC says:
    • 52
      Dave Figgley says:

      Ha ha. Spare us the details, love. Just stop sending washed-up presenters to The Serengeti to report live, five nights a week, on the fucking habits of creatures I’ve never heard of, son. Anyone would think you’re trying to invent new ways to waste our money, for fuck’s sake.

      • 62
        Drop a daisy cutter on the BBC says:

        How old is that story? No doubt Newsnight will be wanking on again.

        • 93
          Anonymous says:

          Yeah, fucking big deal, it’s not like their beloved Euro is on life support with a priest about to say the last rites is it? Fucking awful organisation.

  19. 47
    Cressida's Dick says:

    14000 public sector workers on strike in West Midlands. That must mean 100000s across the country with any luck, lots of lovely money saved in wages. We’ll have the deficit cleared in a jiffy with the added bonus of no noticeable pain. Cops cleverer though, did it on their day off. Bastards.

    • 71
      nellnewman says:

      I suspect most of us not even noticed.

      I still haven’t heard any of them making a credible case for keeping gold plated end salary pensions paid for generously by us the taxpayer rather than having to make more contributions themselves like the rest of us have had to do.

    • 143
      UKIPMAN says:

      Crime has halved according to public sector figures. Only in the public sector would having to do half the work mean you need MORE people doing that work. That’s what nationalisation means in general and why taxpayers can’t afford it.

  20. 49
    All 'ot an' bovvered says:

    A lot of hot heir.

  21. 50
    Cressida's Dick says:

    So where were UK uncut & Anarchy Is Us today? Couldn’t they have hijacked Plod’s march and introduced a bit of GBH. Plods being nicked by plods. Would have been sweet.

    • 55
      Joseph Conrad says:

      They probably were on strike. Agent provocateurs still need pensions, you know

      • 137
        Business Cat (Specializing in yarns, Cdn owned & op) says:

        Anarchists on strike? Well, why not.

  22. 51
    I hate pigs in uniform says:

    Fucking pigs, they need to start nicking a few criminals first the bone idle c u n t z . When old ladies can sleep safely in their homes without being raped or beaten THEN the fat idle c u n ts might deserve a pay rise. Until then, piss off and get back to work you fat idle dross.

    Oh and handing out speeding tickets is NOT policing nor is arresting people on Twitter or arresting Christians who want to express their views on gayers.

    Get it mongs?

  23. 54
    Teri says:

    Not got Camilla’s forecast Guido? She followed on from Charles and was excellent.

  24. 56
    tottenham chutzpah says:

    the outlook? – dry but wet

  25. 57
    The Tit in No 10 says:

    I say chaps!!! Bum sex is so very much the New Progressive Conservative Party!! Watt??

    It’s completely unnatural, non-productive, and wanted by only a minority!!!

    Watt?? Wattage??? Watter????

  26. 60
    Tron says:

    I like Prince Charles.

    I hate the way Lefty “comedians” take the piss out of the Royal Family.

    An easy target that can’t answer back.

    • 64
      Drop a daisy cutter on the BBC says:

      Lefty mongs don’t like it when you take the piss out of fat idle single mothers, fuckers who come here to sponge off the state or lefty hags who call themselves ‘wimmin’

      • 65
        'Mad' Hat, one of the top LieBore Clitorati says:

        Fat?

        Single?

        Muvvas?

        Idle??

        Wimmin???

        Wotuonabart!!!!

        They are perfectly ordinary every day slutz – I mean Wimmin!!!

        Now shut it or I’ll have you done fer summat!!

  27. 65
    SIR EVERARD PENIS QC says:

    OK Your a tampon ! Now fuck off and let a semi normal sponger be king !

    • 145
      UKIPMAN says:

      Sponger? The royal family are the only people in the public sector who do any work.

  28. 67
    First Group says:

    It would only be his ‘First’ job if he worked for First. In that job, he could be taking out an old Great Western ‘King’ class steam locomotive as a special that would of course be the first First Great Western train of the day as his first job.

  29. 68
    SIR EVERARD PENIS QC says:

    Bobby Charlton’s comb over was better than that one
    Granny shagger !

  30. 70
    Drop a daisy cutter on the BBC says:

    I notice that the leftist BBC/C4 are having a go at the government over the carrier aircraft.

    Not ONCE though have either the BBC or C4 noted that it was a mistake NOT to insist order the proper version in the first place. Also fitting catapults would make the carriers more flexible and allow automated aircraft to fly from.

    Of course the BBC/C4 really do ignore the basic issue, who drew up these original shit contracts? I’ll give you a couple of clues, gay, one eyed, Scottish and a lunatic.

    • 73
      nellnewman says:

      Well let’s be fair economics and the sensible use of money wasn’t/isn’t exactly labour’s forte.

    • 84
      It's all pretty straightforwards after a dr*ink or two says:

      Call me Mr Simpleton if you like, but why do we need carriers?

      We have nukes. If there’s anyone out there we don’t like, we push a red button and *pow* they don’t exist any more.

      Argentina: *pow*. Iran. *pow*. Push push push. Pow pow pow.

      You don’t need carriers. Carriers are soooo 1940s.

      • 88
        Drop a Daisy cutter on the BBC says:

        We don’t need the carriers, an utter waste of money, the navy has hardly been involved in Iraq or Afghanistan. The carriers were built though by the one eyed wanker to provide Scottish jobs from English taxes, something the one eyed inbred from Fife was rather good at.

        • 112
          nellnewman says:

          Quite. We also no longer need ‘nukes’ as the Americans now have drones that they can operate anywhere in the world very accurately down to a few feet from a base somewhere in Kansas. They’ve been doing it a while with some remarkable success on targets in them countries north of I n d i a .

          • Drop a daisy cutter on the BBC says:

            Those carriers won’t be able to launch the larger unmanned drones, those are the future, they’re stealthy you can pack in tons of avionic and surveillance kit and they can loiter for hours over a target area.

            What pisses me off with the Tories is the twats who are building the carriers (BAE) should have been told to do the modifications are the original price, if they refused they should have been told that they will NEVER be allowed to tender for another MOD contract (or civil) again.

            It would have been cheaper to simply have two carriers and planes ordered directly off the yanks, nuclear powered as well and not diesel like the heaps of shit the navy are getting.

            Utter waste of fucking money.

          • Admiral Leach says:

            You’re on the right lines, it looks like we are about to miss the next technological change in naval and air warfare due to poor planning, corrupt corporate interests and political indifference. These carriers where wrong in conception from the first, but if they had to be built then they should have been as ‘cats and traps’ from day one. Even now the extra money and time is worth it over the longer run of the 25+ years of service they will do. The development of ‘drones’ that can operate from both land and carriers will mean greater capability with fewer aircraft.

            The purchase of the the F35C version would not only have been the ideal partner to such unmanned aircraft it would also have meant that the RAF could have moved to a single manned fast jet type from 2025-2030 retiring the awful Typhoon.

            The savings from having a single true stealth multi role aircraft fleet would have more than paid for the ‘cats and traps’ conversion. Now the RAF will want to buy both the F35B and the F35A (to replace Tornado and Typhoon)again our elite have fucked it up royally as now we’ll have to spend more to do less and with no cash to invest in the new drones coming online fron the 2020-25 onwards. Posh Boys indeed

    • 92
  31. 75
    nellnewman says:

    Whether you like him or not – his Princes Trust does a fantastic job for real people with real problems.

    And he does at least spend his time in charity work that doesn’t make him a profit unlike bliar who uses his charitable foundations to make £millions.

    • 104
      green ink says:

      his prince’s trust work is exceptional…he is a very intelligent thoughtful man we should be proud to think will be our next king.

    • 126
      Drop a daisy cutter on the BBC says:

      He needs to help out a certain mad one eyed scotsman then, he has lots of personal psychological problems.

  32. 76
    Drop a daisy cutter on the BBC says:

    What a two faced mong OBummer is and how Matt Frei likes to sniff his butt.

  33. 79
    cityferret says:

    Cool one your royalness

  34. 82
    Barnsley Bill says:

    Pedant watch. He did a week of Jackanory in the 70,s

  35. 85
    DG says:

    Try telling the thousands of youngsters helped by the Prince’s Trust that this is His Royal Highnesses “first job” – shame on you for such a stupid and cheap headline.

    • 95
      Pheeleep says:

      Is that you Liz?

      • 153
        Molly says:

        It’s true. Prince Charles Trust helped my 18 year old son start up a little business which is doing brilliant and it’s all thnks to the Prince. I hate people who are so bigoted that they sneer at anything that isn’t in their little chav world. These idle barstewards shoud try working and give their dignities and self respect a boost.

        • 162
          Ivor Tapeworm says:

          Did he give your son a plot in Poundbury Marketplace to set up a whelk stall?

  36. 86
    Cherie Blair says:

    My Tony should be king! Tony is the greatest! He’s the best prime minister this country’s ever had! And I was his first lady! Tony is greater than all the royals! And I should be queen! Bow before me, plebs!

    • 91
      Mr Equator says:

      Button your lip, you rat-bag.

    • 100
      Brass Eye says:

      You are the joker. I mean looks wise of course

    • 101
      Jughead says:

      I don’t think so, toots. It’ll never happen. If not me, then the handsome balding one or the redheaded stepchild. How’d’ya like them apples?

    • 114
      nellnewman says:

      Trouble with tone and cherie as King and first lady they’d never be able to come out in public – the public would throw things at them at the very least!

  37. 97
    Brass Eye says:

    Apparently Panorama are running a documentary on how the Amish community in Stoke Gabriel are grooming horses to provide a balance to to recent other grooming case.

  38. 98
    grobdj says:

    Will have to work longer and pay more for less pension.

    As if they didn’t notice they were joining a public sector getting too fat too fast

    • 106
      nellnewman says:

      ‘too fat too fast’ I do hope you meant to say that because it’s very appropriate!!

      • 118
        grobdj says:

        How can I admit to a typo after a compliment from blog royalty?

        Oh all right then, yes I meant to say that

  39. 103
  40. 116
    Babe Watch says:

    What a looker!

  41. 120
    Balanced audience says:

    Tonight’s Question Time comes from Oldham. In other words the first question will come from a headscarf who’ll ask “Does the panel think those dirty white kuffar bitches were whores righteously raped by my muslìm brothers or just bitches righteously raped by my muslìm brothers?” Cue rapturous applause from audience made up of Labour supporters and headscarves.

  42. 121
    Balanced audience says:

    Tonight’s Question Time comes from Oldham. In other words the first question will come from a headscarf who’ll ask “Does the panel think those dirty kuffar bitches were whores righteously ràped by my muslìm brothers or just bitches righteously ràped by my muslìm brothers?” Cue rapturous applause from audience made up of Labour supporters and headscarves.

    • 122
      Allah Ackbar!!! says:

      Piss be upon him

    • 138
      Biased BBC = Labours Mouthpiece says:

      Oldham got heavily enriched during the third colonization period of the Blair & Brown years so going by BBC standards we should see a 99% muzzie audience.

    • 149
      Uncle Joe says:

      Isn’t the expression “kuffar/kuffr” a recist term. W hy no twitter type action?

  43. 125
    Anonymous says:

    For a man who’s (reported) previous career objective was to be a tampax up his mistress’s vagina, you could argue that reading the weather is a step up in terms of being useful for the people who pay for his existence.

    Please can someone explain why we should look up to this man (or any other Windsor). His shit smells, just like the rest of us.

  44. 127
    Obuma says:

    At least no one can accuse me of being a Muslim now.

  45. 128
    Anonymous says:

    Cameron, the leader of the Libdems!

    RIP the Conservative party, nice while it lasted.

  46. 130
    Drop a daisy cutter on the BBC says:

    Does anyone have a definitive list of the words Fawkes mods you for? It makes no sense the modding that goes on.

  47. 130
    Question Time says:

    This week David Dimbledor presents BBC’s prime leftwing biased Question Time show from some enriched shit hole called Oldham up that there North somewhere.

    On the panel tonight we have:-

    Environment secretary Caroline Spelman (£40,000 for cleaning and bills)
    Shadow immigration minister of Y-Fronts and botty sex Chris Bryant
    Libdum peer Lord Oakeshott (Obsessed with abolition of the House of Lords)
    Professor of Classics at the University of Cambridge Mary Beard (Feminist)
    Daily Telegraph and Daily Mail columnist Peter Oborne (Journo)

  48. 134
    Anonymous says:

    EU leaders will gather on May 23 in Brussels to thrash out a way forward and Mrs Merkel and Mr Hollande will hold talks in Berlin next week in a bid to overcome their differences on the European economy.

    Just what will Dave “veto” here do you think? or more likely how much more of our sovereignty will he give to Merkel and Hollande.

    Dave, the one term premier, never again!”

  49. 136
    Anonymous says:

    I see that Hanan and the other euro sceptic mps are now well under Camerons’ control. Not a word from any one of them about the obliteration they got in the elections.

    Like Cameron, they spout just a lot of hot air, but NEVER ACTUALLY DO, ANYTHING!

    • 140
      WVM says:

      After Nads gobbed off he’s obviously drawn a line in the bum gravy.

    • 142
      Distraught master & commander says:

      What obliteration would that be then? lab&con poll 20% between them so you call that a success.
      Is Ed Mill going to take a leaf out of goves book and privatise the state education system then all kids can have a independent education, or is he going to be alll bitter and twisted like moonbat over on CiF

  50. 139
    Prince Charles says:

    I want to start the week with you, you know, like that radio show. I want to be a tampon inside you.

  51. 146
    I don't need no doctor says:

    Why don’t the BBC just be honest and tell us directly that they hate the coalition government. Instead we have to put up with snide comments from the likes of Nick Robinson. I expect honesty in return for the license fee I pay, and not a BBC self serving agenda.
    There was some young BBC reporter talking to Mathew Umwallawalladingdong at the Leveson enquiry. The poor lad was wetting himself trying to pin something on Coulson and Cameron. We really do deserve better!

  52. 147
    I don't need no doctor says:

    Just how much pension will your average policeman get? Anyone know?

  53. 152
    Phwooar watch says:

    Louise Mensch on This Week.

  54. 157
    Grimy Miner says:

    Prince Charles reading the news?
    What’s that behind his left ear?

    Oh yes, it’s the Earth.

  55. 159
    Tardkiller says:

    I’d pay good money to watch Prince Phillip do this, far more entertaining.


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Francis Elliot reports on No. 10 strategy meetings:

“When discussion veers to subjects that Mr Crosby thinks of concern only to the political and journalistic classes, he treats the offender as a pub bore with a tart request to “pass the beer nuts, mate”.”



Alexrod says:

It’s money innit.


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