May 12th, 2012

Today’s Blooper


297 Comments

  1. 1
    Init! says:

    Very Naughtie!

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    • 6
      Anonymous says:

      Sack the doddery old Labourite goon!

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        Faceless Bureaucrat says:

        He’s past it – time the old Bolshevik was put out to pasture.

        Preferably somewhere in his beloved Motherland – I hear Chernobyl is nice at this time of year…

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          Gooey Blob says:

          The BBC isn’t worth watching any more. Lowest-common-denominator rubbish on BBC1 to amuse rather than educate the chavs and news and current affairs which are far from impartial. Add the regular apologies for biased political coverage hidden away on minority channels where nobody will see them and you have a good idea of the way the organisation thinks.

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          • joanna public says:

            The BBC, like The Telegraph, The Mail, The Wright Stuff, The Sun, The Grauniad, The A.N. Other pointless publication and, indeed, this blog, overestimate their importance by a factor of thousands.

            You all communicate to, and for, each other as if you were speaking on behalf of the imaginary mass-readership that you all so crave and would wish to convert to your particular ‘brand’ of hot air.

            I’ll tell you for free: nothing any journalist or pseudo-journalist ever said/wrote had any influence on the way anyone thought or voted.

            Who’s to say that the chav in W.Yorkshire with four mini-chavs, and a fifth on the way, isn’t more intelligent than the career-politician with a mere degree in Politics, Philosophy and Economics?

            The former is just playing the game according to the rules laid down by the latter.

            They’re all as thick as each other.

            I think politics, as a minority interest (30% of people bothered to vote recently), should be banished from the main free-to-air channels and given an occasional slot on BBC Parliament or blogs like this one that few people (apart from the other hundred thousand PPE graduates) read.

            To the majority, and I’m talking about millions, of people that would happily stuff your pen/keyboard where the sun doesn’t shine, you people are an amusing aside to real life.

            joanna x

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          • I hate the fucking bbc says:

            Get rid a complete waste of space – abolish it now

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          • Just saying says:

            I didn’t realise anyone still listened to this any more.

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          • The Brillo Portillo sell out merchants to the BBC says says:

            How come Andrew Brillo and Michael Portillo – Beeb Boyos now dont want to mention certain things – after all – the matters were published into the Public Domain.

            Brillo held tens of thousands of pounds of Bskyb shares back in 2003 – he probably still does…. like Coulson

            And why don’t the TeLEGraph want the public to revisit some matters which they “Published into the Public Domain?

            Article “The Digger’s Reign of terror” – by of all people Portillo Mr silent about it now!!!

            http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/books/3602097/The-Diggers-reign-of-terror.html

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          • Drop a Daisy cutter on the BBC says:

            Agreed, the only decent thing on the BBC is Top Gear and the BBC have dumped that now.

            What a lame excuse that it’s all to do with Simon C0well, Top Gear has run alongside shit factor for years.

            The BBC don’t like Clarkson, they hate the fact it’s their best selling show (the BBC think why can’t the world love Question Time where you can listen to left wing twats spout bollocks for an hour instead of Top Gear)

            I expect TG to be dropped totally, hopefully Clarkson and co have get out clauses, although I notice May and Hammond do other BBC work, so it’s possible they might not want to leave the BBC.

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          • Hugh Janus says:

            Got it in one, GB.

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          • rick says:

            Many people think the same now, GB. While the Left have lots of free money to produce this crap it’s only going to get worse.
            Only the complete abolition of the TV tax will do.

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          • not that I'm guilty says:

            ..as if you were speaking on behalf of the imaginary mass-readership..

            To the majority, and I’m talking about millions, of people that would happily stuff your pen/keyboard where the sun doesn’t shine..

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      Johns Mental says:

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        Anonymous says:

        Hmmm. Methinks there is something here that makes me think of postal voting in Tower Hamlets.

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      • 53
        Guardian reader, foaming at the mouth says:

        I just wet the bed.

        Thatcher thatcher thatcher
        Education Education Education
        English out. English out. English out. R4cist scum.

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        • 71
          Maximus says:

          Wrong wrong wrong. Not ‘th’ but ‘f’. As in Fatcher fatcher fatcher. Solidarity with the workers and all that.

          BTW what school did you go to?

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          • Guardian reader, foaming at the mouth says:

            Mummy and Daddy sent me to a private school full of awful wh1te people, although I am technically white I identify with the imm1gr4nts who are so cruelly treated in this country.

            Anyway all my friends and everyone i read who writes for the guardian went to private school then to Cambridge so what’s your problem? You’re out of touch just like David Cameron.
            LOL (loud type) – I got that joke from sally bercow – she’s an inspiration to us all.

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          • UKIPMAN says:

            I just went to the shops to buy a dozen eggs. I understand they are going for £750 a pop in Cambridge.

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          • Divvy and EqualTitty Ofsah, also da Include an dem Cohesivs says:

            Yo made sho dem eggs was not wh14e? best they was c010ured! Dem chicks am raycyst too yo knows!

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      • 55
        AC1 says:

        Funny that the left think it’s funny to pretend their fellow mass-murderers are similar to a democratically elected and re-elected leader in order to minimise the genocide of the political viewpoint they espouse.

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          Jimmy says:

          Fair point. Although Pol Pot was only able to stay in power thanks to Thatcher’s support, he still had to do the actual killing himself.

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          • AC1 says:

            Fatcha also supported Pol Pot, National Socialist Germany and International Socialist Soviet Union and China in Jimmies bizaro world?

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          • Lord Stansted says:

            It was Pot’s neighbour China that supported him. He probably had never heard of her.

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          • Jimmy says:

            Thatcher never met a dictator she didn’t like. No post-war dictator ever had anything to fear from Britain prior to 1997.

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          • Devils advocart! says:

            @Jimmy

            “I never hugged him, i bombed him”

            Lady Thacther on Gaddaffi

            What was Blairs approch?

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          • Jimmy says:

            Reagan bombed him. Thatcher did as she was told as per.

            Scraping the barrel there.

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          • Codger says:

            I distinctly remember Thatcher helping Reagan bomb Libya. If memory serves it was about the same time as Rubert Murdoch’s paper supplier burned down in Rotherhithe . Years later I met a Thai family who were under the flight path in Tripoli as the jets went in. They said they hated the place and were only there because they had been sent to work. Funny old world

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          • smoggie says:

            The strikes were launched from Britain. In fact Amercian tourists stopped coming to Britain for a while since they were afraid of reprisals. I remember London in the summer was a quieter place.

            “Thatcher did as she was told…” Good one! Jimmy’s Little World alright.

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          • Jimmy says:

            You are either very young or have very short memories. Colleges in the early 80s were full of “students” sponsored by Libya or Iraq whose main function was to track down dissidents. Even car bombings in London and Manchester were not enough to curtail the programme. It was only the shooting of a police officer in 1984 that persuaded Maggie to be less obliging. Blair’s visit on the other hand came after the handing over of the Lockerbie suspects, the acceptance of resonsibility for the aforesaid cop-killing and an end to Libya’s weapons programme. If this is the best example you can come up with it’s a sad tale.

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          • Lady Virginia Droit de Seigneur says:

            Jimmy – your ignorance of history is appalling although not surprising. Pol Pot (or Saloth Sar as he was then) became radicalised during his spell in Paris in the 1950s. International support came from China.

            Organisations like the Khmer Rouge are embarrassing for bien-pensant lefties as it forces them to confront the fact that left-wing politics is very nasty indeed. Nonetheless left wing parties in Western Europe (including the UK Labour Party) continued to act as apologists for regimes in Moscow, Beijing and Eastern Europe.

            Sickening when you think about it.

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          • Gonk says:

            Shu’up Jimmy you fucking retard.
            30% of your ramblings are sort of entertaining, false crap like that puts you back to about 10%.

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          • AC1 says:

            Left supporting more terrorism

            http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2012/may/11/italian-anarchists-kneecap-nuclear-executive?newsfeed=true

            “Anarchist” = embarrassed Communists.

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          • Jimmy says:

            Some would suggest that some of the Khmer Rouge were quite reasonable chaps. Like the generous old lady here:

            To be fair, she may have connived and genocide, but she did send the victims a nice knick knack

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          • Lady Virginia Droit de Seigneur says:

            Jimmy – you really are a moron. Heng Samrin deposed Pol Pot in January 1979. Thatcher assumed power in the UK in May 1979. There simply is no crossover and your fantasies about a British government giving succour to a far left overseas government are far more likely to be realised by examining the activities of senior Labour and TUC officials in Moscow.

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          • Jimmy says:

            “Heng Samrin deposed Pol Pot in January 1979.”

            Not according to the nice lady in the interview. It’s 1988 and she’s still insisting that the Khmer Rouge (the nice ones mind not the nasty ones) are the rightful government. Why not listen to it? It’s quite short. Someone went to the trouble of putting it on the No.10 website in 2007 (can’t imagine who) so this masterclass in statesmanship wasn’t lost to posterity. Google will only get you so far you know.

            Still, the Koala Bear was a lovely touch. No one can say she didn’t care.

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          Guardian reader foaming at the mouth. says:

          Oh this is just too awful, Johnny and I have just returned from our villa in Mustique and there are some awful people who say they have taken our house over and………..we can’t get in.

          They have filled the orangery with plants with lights over them, even in the daytime and…………..now look here, we own this house and I demand that you remove these people this instant.

          What do you mean, this is a civil matter, what is your name and badge number, Constable what?…….I’ll have you my father is a personal friend of the Chief Constable………

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      • 57
        Concerned of Wells says:

        Can’t understand this recent trend to trash Mrs T. When she was PM most of the country were right behind what she did in sorting out the mess that Labour and its Unions had created, that is why she kept on winning elections. Rven the majority of miners were behind her abd that is why Scargill sent flying picketing thugs from Yorkshire into Derbyshire and South Wales to intimidate the working miners.

        Yet suddenly the BBC and the Guardian have turned on her. What’s it all about? And a lot of the bashers weren’t even born.

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        • 59
          Max31198 says:

          Well said mrs t was voted in 3times enough said.

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          • Devils advocart! says:

            So was Blair.

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          • Pundit Too says:

            Thatcher was somewhat divisive in the UK (still is), but she was widely admired abroad, and in this way proved to be the best and most admired UK PM since Churchill.
            This is a fact that gets up the nose of the Bolshevik Broadcasting Corporation, Labour Party, and Unions.
            As for Jimmie “Marxist” Naughty, I complained about his bias and errors two years ago and got an email explaining how experienced he was, and that most people regarded him very positively. Typical BBC auto reply done through an unpaid intern.

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          English Liberation Front says:

          Left wing mythology. They have made her the Tory bogeywoman and indoctrinated the kids. The ones who weren’t there are the worst because they have nothing to go on but what their socialist teachers have told them. A couple more decades and what’s left of the Tory party will be forced to publicly apologise for her “crimes” and a shrine to the Thatcher-ravaged North will be created and get piled high with bouquets and teddy bears.

          With Lefties it is always someone else who is to blame, never them.

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          • AC1 says:

            See Jimmy. 100+Million dead and he’s still saying it’ll work if you just have another go.

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        • 126
          Abdel from Tooting says:

          If I have understood the argument coorrectly she neglected her duties as PM and let Mr Murdoch buy the Sunday Times without it going to open tender and public scrutiny in accordance with the law.

          I know it was a long time ago and John Biffen is dead but crime is crime and should always be punished.

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      • 112
        Eds wonky mouth says:

        Thatcher was a chypical chory…cutting choo far and choo fast.

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      • 267
        Popeye says:

        I just wonder where this Blair lover got his “facts” from, the Socialist Workers Party? Now there’s a contradiction.

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    • 62
      SIR EVERARD PENIS QC says:

      I have no idea what this is about or who Jim is
      So with that ,
      I’ll get me coat

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  2. 2
    Investigation needed? says:

    Guido Fawkes

    My memory is not that good.

    Yesterday at the Leveson show trail, Jay spent a lot of time trying to get Brooks to revel the source behind the Brown story. However i am sure when Piers Morgan was asked to do the same about the Mcartney voicmail Jay just accepted it and moved on.

    Is the Leveson show trail already decided who is guilty?

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      annette curton says:

      The first person to stop applauding gets taken outside and shot, this thing could run and run.

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        AC1 says:

        But this is a post modern show trial.

        The “defendants” are already found guilty, but will be taken out and given a slap on the wrist.

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          kangaroo says:

          This trial should win the Turner Prize for incomprehensible dribble and nihilistic irrelevance.

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          • Wellard says:

            Much as I hate that slimy toad Morgan, I think he did the right thing at Levenson by basically telling them to f*ck off and mind there own business.

            Brooks was far too amenable to Jay’s suggestion, particularly on matters irrelevent to the inquiry and salacious gossip.

            Only the likes of Twatson and Skidders would be creaming at the non-starters prised out of her.

            Jay’s obsession with the current Govt. over 13 years of Labour when most of the crap went down only confirms the left wing conspiracy to get Murdock.

            I’m no fan of media backroom deals but this intrusion into every aspect of a profession acting – mostly – legally if a little inappropriately makes me shudder.

            How anyone can’t see a stitch up in the making must be f*cking blind or worse a Labour supporter.

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          • Do me a favour says:

            I’m interested in Blair becoming godfather to one of Murdoch’s kids.

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          • Jago Frost says:

            The long haired girlie, wearing puritan fancy dress, played the Witch-finder Brian Henry McCarthy and his bagman as supporting players in this particular scene of this Theatre of the Absurd.

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      Guilty until proven Innocent says:

      Are you that naive ??? The whole shebang has a very bad smell about it.

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  3. 4
    Anonymous says:

    Well Well Brown saying his goverment declared war on the Murdochs was all lies and guess what the media tow the line and fucking agree wankers all of them.
    Now the Uk media want pick the England football, cricket,Olympic squad in fact every fucking thing including the goverment yet allowed Bonkers Brown and the Labour party 13 years of free reign to destroy the UK.
    The Media corrupt to the bone and destroying the Uk.

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    Abdel from Tooting says:

    Does anyone know what is Mr Jay’s retainer?

    I thought it would be about £ 150 a day but one of customers said I was daft and should multiply that by 20 plus VAT.

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    • 10
      Sir Aston Martin says:

      £500 per hour + VAT + expenses is more likely.

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      • 12
        Gordon Brown says:

        That’s what I charge for my botty, it started in America.

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      • 14
        annette curton says:

        No wonder we get nothing but interminably forensic analysis of trivia, spin it out for as long as possible.

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      • 16
        WVM says:

        High class hooker rate.

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      • 39
        Anonymous says:

        £500 per hour plus ? Blimey, now I realise why he speaks so slowly.

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      • 75
        Benny the Ball says:

        Opening rate for Silks + a daily fee at very slightly less

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        flying objects and the pillar of the community... says:

        after her daughter Georgie died nocola horlicks saw objects flying across her room. She gives 25% of her income to charity and that’s kinda nice. This reported in the Times, the paper owned by the greatest lord ex pillar of the universe Murdoch…. which also reported that no one double crosses as well as the British, using Anthony Blunt as an example…….. and is that what the comedian had in mind when he threw that custard foam on Lord Lieutenant Murdoch at that committee.

        Victimhood, being a martyr and a sense of inferiority may lie behind those who spiritualise themselves a wee too much.

        who knows.

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    • 111
      Augustus QC says:

      Treasury Solicitor rates for barristers are much stingier than private client work. Jay is probably on daily rate of £2,500 plus VAT.
      If he asks any more puerile cheapshot questions like the one about text message sign-offs, I will start thinking he is overpaid …

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      • 136
        Belvoir Hunt says:

        We should have an inquiry into barristers’ fees then.

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      • 190
        So what about Jonathan Sumption QC at Dr Kelly's says:

        Johnathan Sumption QC – ‘Conducted’ the Dr Kelly / Hooton Whitewash – remember no one gave testimony on ‘Oath’ [The ruse].

        How much was he paid for his ‘showboating’ / ‘Acting’ Skills [Selling it as if it were real] and how come he’s being talked up as the newest member of the Supreme Court?

        How much was Carl Gardner or even Mr Holder being paid as a daily rate while they were underlings to Lord Goldsmith?

        Oh dear – it’s all going to come out … and the lying legals, judicials and politicals can do Bolshevik about it.

        Perhaps they’ll all flee to Tel Aviv.

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          Airey Belvoir says:

          Sumption was at my prep school. He had a very irritating laugh, so we would twat him round the back of the head whenever he inflicted it on us.

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  5. 13
    Baron Hogwash says:

    Gives a new meaning to Arsenal….

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  6. 19
    The cunt of Monte Cristo says:

    Get that foul mouthed Labour party member off the fucking BBC, you arsehole cu’nts

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    That Guardian interview with an expenses crook at top of the seen elsewhere.
    CIF has wisely decided not to allow comment on how poor Dick and Jaq Timney suffered for their ‘mistakes’ over the expenses.

    Should have gone to specsavers you silly moo.
    I did. Went to the one in Basingstoke and threw all my expenses into a rubbish compactor round the back.

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      annette curton says:

      Aw, I was filling up, all these poor benighted souls that didn’t know they were doing wrong, some of them are now reduced to picking up a mere £35,000 a year and £250 pounds a day attendance allowance. If you want sympathy Jaquie at least make an effort to pay back the £100,000 you filched from the taxpayers in the first place, fat bitch.

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        Mornington Crescent says:

        What an arrogant, malign cow – still playing the victim card; worse, I fear she genuinely believes she is a victim. And that Udders woman gets off completely – just quietly pays back the 125k.

        Tell you what, Ed, if you want to ‘earn back the trust’ of the people, why not turn in some of your own?

        Nah, thought not.

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        • 47
          Anonymous says:

          You omitted to mention M C she has waltzed back into the upper chamber trough & is no doubt using that to replenish her fortunes.
          It’s the same old story;they are rarely tried or punished for their criminal acts but we are.

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      Geoff, England (not Britain or 'United' KIngdom) says:

      Ah, the Guardian, that well-known haven of probity and impeccable morals. Wasn’t one of their ‘journalists’ (word used very loosely) getting info about those phone-hacking shenanigans from some bent copper at Scotland Yard? Leveson seems to have made zero effort to look into that. Sounds to me like something to be tried in court.

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    • 83
      Not Lord Butterfill of Bournemouth says:

      No Comments allowed on the Gruniad piece – wonder why?
      Here’s a comment then:

      Once again Old Tory Trougher Butterfilled his boots and maxed out his gold plated pension doesn’t get a mention phew! he will say sipping down more of his imported wine (Portugal and a licence too!)

      Don’t remind anyone that Butterwouldn’tmeltinhismouth that he too starred in the dispatches prog where Hoon and Hewitt were gonging it to lobbying firms that they’d be in the HOL and could be ‘consulted’ (for a fee of course) to influence policy!

      Butterfilled was outed as a ‘bedblocker’ [Telegraph] – spent most of his 25 years doing Sweet FA and has of course TBliar to thank for his ‘Sir’ness.

      Not the end of the matter mind …

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  8. 24
    Gordon Brown says:

    Can I be head of the ELO?

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    • 28
      annette curton says:

      Don’t bring me Brown.

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      English Liberation Organisation says:

      Thanks for your interest, mate:- we need all the help we can get right now.
      Ethel is still the leader but Ron fucked off to pastures new and we therefore have a vacancy for Treasurer. Fill out the form and send it in.
      We meet fortnightly in Vijay’s garden shed. Hope to see you there in the near future.

      Sid, P.R., H.R. and Quartermaster E.L.O

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    • 44
      Roy Wood says:

      Leave it out, hoonio…

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    Radio Foreplay says:

    What a Jeremy Hunt!

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  10. 33
    DaveA says:

    2h 36m 30s – says it all. A programme of ridiculous length with no real news

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      not known for my attention-span says:

      2h 36m 30 ? fuck that ! these juggernaut journalists should take a cue from this bunch :

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      Forkbender says:

      How on earth do you get that figure it starts at 7-00 and ends at 9-00 on Saturdays, when I went to school that was two hours must be the deterioration on the standard of maths, Gove get your fingure out

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        Honest View says:

        Missing question mark. Comma instead of full stop. Another missing full stop. Deterioration in, not on. Full stop. Finger.
        Otherwise, clearly and expressively put. Gove has no need to worry if this is the quality of modern youth (I assume you are; maybe you’re just immature).

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  11. 35
    Gordon Brown says:

    Can I be head of the OMD?

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  12. 38
    Anonymous says:

    The lid dems , led by cameron will never win at the next election. We are so fed up with prime ministers saying one thing on europe just to get elected, then fucking those who voted for them, once in office!

    All politicians are lyingcorrupt scum.
    never again!

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    Order of Mental Defectives says:

    We, too, meet fortnightly in Vijay’s shed. Come and join the fun.

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    • 42
      Order of Mental Defectives says:

      Why do I do that, FFS? It’s not like I’ve never posted a reply on here. lol

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      • 45
        Gordon Brown from #35 says:

        Perhaps you get over-excited.

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        • 56
          David, call me Prime Minister if you like says:

          Roll on floor LOLLING

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          • Rebekah wades in.... says:

            It’s ROFL you thick tart. How can we all be in this together if you can’t get a hold on the basics?

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          • David, call me Prime Minister if you like says:

            Beccy, darling *kisses*

            Do you know what people first notice about you when you enter the room?
            No? I’ll give you a clue: It’s fucking ugly, lies roughly between your neck and barnet and rhymes with boat race.

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          • Ex Eastenders 2 bit actor says:

            Someone mentioned the old hag’s ugle ‘boatrace’ – that’s wot its called.

            Been there done it! – I should know she’s an old hag – it’s me wot dumped her Rupee you dirty old digger.

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    • 48
      Gordon Brown says:

      I like watching the defectives, don’t I nurse?

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    Ed Miliband says:

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    • 54
      annette curton says:

      Progress annual conference 2012: Winning the new centre-ground, ????, what happened to the old one, or just The Centre Ground?.

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    • 69
      Mornington Crescent says:

      “The Labour Government never in my view engaged in the sort of behaviour we’ve seen with Jeremy Hunt.”

      Quote of the effing year!!!

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    • 77
      nellnewman says:

      ‘The recession started in Downing Street’ He’s right about that!

      It didn’t just started in Downing Street it was created in Downing Street by one gordonbrown and his team that ermmm militwit was a member of.

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  15. 51
    The Tit in No 10 says:

    I say chaps!!! I really think we’re on course for a crushing Tory defeat in 2015! – oh wait a mo! . . . . .

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    • 58
      Poker Bum says:

      ….I’ll bet it’s a close crushing defeat.

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      • 64
        Scharles Kennedeny says:

        Waffle waffle…..yes, we’ll hook up with Labour for five years, then reacquaint ourselves with the Conservatives in 2020, and in 2025…..blah, blah…..hic…..burp…….

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    • 79
      nellnewman says:

      That will depend on two things

      1) whether cameron manages to get a grip and put the libdems in their place, which is further from influence in government and the levers of power

      and 2) whether labour manages to develop a backbone and get rid of militwit

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      • 152
        Gooey Blob says:

        Not just Miliband but Balls and half their front bench too.

        Labour are unelectable at the moment.

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    NEWS FLASHER!!! CAMERON IN BALLET TO SURVIVE!! says:

    .

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    nellnewman says:

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/politics/ed-miliband/9259475/Ed-Miliband-plans-a-new-Europe-with-Francois-Hollande.html

    And talking of++++ Laughs ++++ militwit has pledged to join forces with forces with france’s very own gordon brown monsieur hollande to take Europe away from austerity and into more ‘spendspendspend’ policies.

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    • 89
      Red Ed's non-predator union bosses says:

      Ed will follow orders, as usual.

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      • 135
        Gooey Blob says:

        If Miliband grew a pair and told his union paymasters where to go, Labour might actually start to look electable.

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        • 144
          Pundit Too says:

          IF he got rid of Balls his standing in the UK would go up 15%.
          Getting rid of Bryne is another 5%
          Getting rid of Harperson is another 10%
          Total 30%
          Will he do it – NO.

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    • 90
      Gordon Brown says:

      Makes sense to me! I abolished Boom and Bust – remember?

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      • 92
        Sarah Brown says:

        Yes Darling, you were simply brill. Shall we try four Viagras in your cocoa tonight, my hero?

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        • 95
          Gordon Brown says:

          I was brilliant, wasn’t I, dearest? Can we forego those diabolical pills for one night, Sarah. You know how they make my eyes bulge.

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    • 106
      AC1 says:

      Ever wondered what it feels like living in South Korea? I reckon we’ll get a taste living next to Jim Jong Hollande’s france.

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    • 116
      I fucking hate the bbc says:

      The world has gone mad when people like these two pea brains are anywhere near power

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    Gaydar News says:

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    • 88
      Joss Taskin says:

      Crystall Balls ?

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    • 94
      Drop a daisy cutter on the BBC says:

      Why is he going to get bummed?

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      • 120
        Chris bryant says:

        If I can maintain an erection – i have been having problems – I have told Tom he needs to lose weight and stop sweatin so much – it’s off putting

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        • 133
          Captain Underpants Bryant says:

          I’ve also told Tom to stop bolting his food, I’m fed up of finding oven chips in my foreskin!

          Like

    • 105
      I fucking hate the bbc says:

      Yes maybe he could have been found to have lied to parliament like you you utter cock

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    • 148
      Fish says:

      I think that underpants is trying to tell us that the Sunday’s will be all over this and jug-ears will probably be having a go on the Marr-ed programme. All stories courtesy of McBride / Watson / Underpants, of course.

      Harriett Halfman is no doubt booked for wall-to-wall apearances in our living rooms and is probably, as we speak, in front of the mirror practicing her look of stern indignation and faux concern. The look, that is, that she has borrowed from Mrs Balls.

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    • 206
      Flop says:

      So where is it gay boy?

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    R Sole says:

    Jim should know he is a perfect example.

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  22. 98
    Ah! Monika says:

    Nine men have been arrested in a second sexual grooming inquiry in Rochdale

    GUESS

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    • 102
      UKIPMAN says:

      Mancunians?

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    • 104
      AC1 says:

      Unitarians? Amish? It can’t be any particular religion or racial group as the Grauniad told me it’s not.

      Like

      • 110
        Sir Aston Martin says:

        Is it racist to say bad things about Vegans?

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      • 188
        Funambulist says:

        On R4’s iPM this evening Eddie Mair interviewed a smug ignoramus called (if I heard correctly) Tim Hineman, who decreed that the Rochdale case has nothing to do with religion, race or mo-zzies but is entirely the fault of the *parents*. See, the parents neglect their daughters who then become easy prey for men who take advantage – as any passing man might do. Never mind that some of the distraught parents spent years trying to get PC coppers to intervene. Or that all the accused in a plethora of cases share a common religion and culture.

        The Today/PM team is getting more loathsome by the day!

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          Britain - a ruined country says:

          When does the *Oxford* no it’s got nothing to do with race etc., trial start? Will that be the same in that the bbc and all the other “impartial” news reporters make no mention of it?

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    • 118
      Never mind the r@p3s, think of the diversity says:

      Anymore of these trials and English people might start to think ethnic replacement isn’t all it’s cracked up to be.

      Like

      • 122
        Lee Grasper says:

        Celebrate the rich, multi-cultural diversity !! We can’t be racist, you know.

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      • 292
        Marion the cat says:

        Please, please do not tar all immigrants with the same brush as PC newscasters and interviewees might wish. This is not a Sikh or Hindu or Buddhist problem. There is only one pedophile religious icon.

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  23. 100
    Anonymous says:

    Can you imagine working for a company that only has a little more than 635 employees, but, has the following employee statistics: 29 have been accused of spouse abuse, 7 have been arrested for fraud, 9 have been accused of writing bad cheques, 17 have directly or indirectly bankrupted at least 2 businesses, 3 have done time for assault, 71 cannot get a credit card due to bad credit, 14 have been arrested on drug-related charges, 8 have been arrested for shoplifting, 21 are currently defendants in lawsuits, 84 have been arrested for drink driving in the last year, And collectively, this year alone, they have cost the British tax payer £92,993,748 in expenses!!! Which organisation is this? It’s the 635 members of the House of Commons. The same group that cranks out hundreds of new laws each year designed to keep the rest of us in line. What a bunch of crooks we have running our country – it says it all… And just to top all that they probably have the best ‘corporate’ pension scheme in the country – whilst trying to ensure that everyone else has the worst possible!!

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    Ah! Monika says:

    But police and political leaders denied the crimes were about race – saying the men had targeted their victims simply because they were vulnerable.

    Err ‘but’ police. Is that a new euphemism?

    And the band played…

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  25. 128
    Dick Sole says:

    You young devil!

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  26. 140
    Drop a daisy cutter on the BBC says:

    When will the BBC get it that no one in the public gives a fuck about hacking and the BBC monging on about big nose Miliband’s call for Hunt to resign doesn’t register anywhere outside of the London and Salford gay bars?

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    • 151
      BoJo's one eyed trouser snake says:

      Its not just me then who is bored shitless with this irrelevant circus/distraction from Labour’s fucking of the country?

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      • 153
        Chris bryant says:

        News is what we tell the been to broadcast darling – must dash got a photoshoot and it’s chilly in just a pair of y fronts

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        • 170
          No one is fooled says:

          Everyone knows that Labour sucked up to Murdoch for 15 years. Cameron, Hunt and the rest of those summoned before this ridiculous show trial should tell them to f**k off.

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          • Drop a daisy cutter on the BBC says:

            Cameron really should hold a full public inquiry into the invasion of Iraq

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          • Excuse moi says:

            Drop a daisy – pardon moi mais – est qu vous surely mean – le En Va zion de Iraq?

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    Drop a daisy cutter on the BBC says:

    So 9 more white Chr1st1ans arrested in Rochdale then.

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    • 155
      batshit lefty logic says:

      It had nothing to do with older men wanting to have sex with underage girls, the social services let these kids down.

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      • 169
        Drop a daisy cutter on the BBC says:

        Of course it had nothing to do with the man they w/ship marrying and then rap1ng a child

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        • 171
          Boudicca says:

          Why is it acceptable to openly debate Catholic priests abusing and raping young boys, but discussing Muslim men drugging and raping young girls is taboo? To hear supposedly civilised people recently claim these girls ‘asked for it’ has been truly shocking.

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          • Drop a daisy cutter on the BBC says:

            Because the Police are full of left wing university educated wankers, they like the Government are shit scared of the BBC and Guardian c u n t z calling them racists.

            Even this fucking blog stops you using words like Pa******i, M****m or 1s**m

            Fawkes is shit scared of the BBC and Guardian, he’s already been called a fascist by Nicky Campbell live on air.

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          • Daily Mail call 'em pig whatever says:

            By 2007 Blair had totally “politicised” the Police – ask Martin Baker Chief Huntstable of Dorset Police – he was published on it – calling anyone who dared to rock the boat (thats UK dissidents – never mind effing dissidents in other jurisdictions who bagdad annnie and her ilk will bang on about)- a “Domestic extremist”.

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          • like that cool says:

            Huntstable I like that.

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    Anthony Spencer says:

    Disgusting language. Should know better.

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  29. 159
    random post says:

    Nothing on TV so this is a ’69 Bonneville with a ’66 paint-job. Turn it UP! Cameron OUT!!

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    • 162
      Sally Bercow says:

      My clutch, too, slips under the extreme torque it has to endure.

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    • 167
      GearHead says:

      Loving this blog from a distance. Deffo the revised, for 1969, ratios in the box. Prior to 69 there was a huge leap of faith between 2nd and 3rd.
      Mind you, second was good enough for 70mph or so if you had the money to replace your cams and followers every few weeks.

      Who the jizz is “Camoron”?

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    • 172
      Soundman says:

      He’s running with UK-spec baffles, US-spec-hi bars, the 66 Export paint-job and he voted Labour.

      This is what real voters ride –

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    • 293
      Marion the cat says:

      Glorious, but a hint of top-end misfire to be sorted, methinks.

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  30. 174
    Egg Millibwain says:

    Jewemy CHunt thould wethign, he wath far too cothy with Newth Corp.
    (Wath that alwight, Len ?)

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  31. 175
    Boudicca says:

    Will look forward to JP Morgan consultant Tony Blair being questioned about the bank’s status.

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  32. 176
    Torquemada says:

    Has the mod-bot gone into overdrriiivvvve ….. or is everyone down the pub ?

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    Drop a daisy cutter on the BBC says:

    Why is there a Gordon Brown look a like singing on ITV?

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    Drop a daisy cutter on the BBC says:

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      Funambulist says:

      Someone who could have done a superb piss-take of Gordoom was Tony Hancock. In some of these clips Brown almost seems to be trying to emulate the Hancock TV persona.

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      • 237
        Drop a daisy cutter on the BBC says:

        Gordon Brown is trying to impersonate a human being and failing badly.

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    Drop a daisy cutter on the BBC says:

    So looks like our Police have been infiltrated by ter*******. Can’t post proper link as Fawkes will mod it, so here’s a tiny one.

    http://tiny.cc/z5r7dw

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    • 195
      Tay King-dePisse says:

      Perhaps they have him confused with one of the 10,000 other “postal voters” with that same name, Daisy. His name, in the land of his ancestry, is a “Joe Jones” type of name. It might have helped if his parents had named him, say, Isambard Kingdom Rahman– you know, a good old-fashioned British name…

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    • 197
      3 million 5th columnists says:

      Hmm. And Dave’s Uebersocialist Masterplan is to observe and record details of every website you visit, every text and email you send/receive, every call you make and answer.

      All this to be monitored/downloaded/sold by..

      Well done, Camoron! What a great plan. Just one tiny flaw..

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    • 201
      Marlowe's Bar Tab says:

      Why do these things drag on so long?

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  36. 184
    Pretty in pink says:

    The fat handlebar grips are there to stop your fingers being vibrated to a pulp after twenty miles.
    How I miss touring on a British motorcycle.

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    Abraham says:

    So the top talent in Britain is a young white girl and her dog. Eat your hearts out Muhammads.

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    • 212
      albacore says:

      If you can teach a hound to pirouette
      The “Tories” should just get a clever pet
      They haven’t a hope of coming back
      With the current leader of the pack

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    • 215
      C Ruft says:

      The dog has more abut him than Cameron.

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      • 216
        Abdel from Tooting says:

        I think I have to agree with you about Mr Cameron.

        He is simply not to good with money is he?

        I mean to say he did not want to spend £1K to properly security vet that Mr Coulson. Then he gives billions to those Greeks again who keep warning us they are not going to pay us back.

        Not the brightest lightbulb on the street.

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        • 222
          My major gripe of today says:

          “Not the brightest lightbulb on the street.”

          That’s an understatement!

          It was only the other day (after two years in the job and four years after the credit crunch began), that Cameron blurted out something along the lines of “the economy’s in worse shape than anyone thought.”

          No it bl**dy-well isn’t in worse shape than anyone thought, it’s in exactly as bad a shape as everyone thought. Everyone except David bl**dy Cameron, anyway.

          This explains why he increased foreign aid to £11bn a year, plus the Euro bailouts (money well spent.. not). And it explains why the deb*t’s going up from £1trillion to £1.4trillion. The numbers seem to mean nothing to him.

          He got into Number 10, complained the national de*bt’s too high, then promptly starts spending money like a lunatic and increasing the de*bt by 40pc. The prat hasn’t got a clue.

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          • Drop a daisy cutter on the BBC says:

            A lot of ‘men’ in Rochdale were licking their lips last night at that result.

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    Tom on the piss says:

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    • 208
      Tom Wankson-- Yeah, Right! says:

      Watson can’t say why publicly, but it’s significant, according to him. Which basically means he’s talking nonsense unless he’s personally prepared to vouch for Mr. Maley’s truthfulness. “Warrants investigation” my Aunt Tillie– that’s committing yourself there, Tommy Boy! Why this fat mong is still an MP warrants investigation too, but good luck on that front!

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    • 211
      ho hum says:

      Change ‘it’ to ‘me’ and you might be on to something.

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  40. 217
    Chuck Cameron, elect a Conservative says:

    Bye bye Dave. Bye bye Gideon. Bye bye Nick.
    I’d like to say it’s been nice knowing you – but it hasn’t, so just fuck off and let someone who cares rebuild this country.

    http://www.independent.co.uk/opinion/the-daily-cartoon-760940.html

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    • 224
      Guilty until proven Innocent says:

      Why anyone chooses to believe what’s written in “The Guardian” and “The Independent” well known left wing propagandist rags is beyond me…….it’s much the same as saying that the Labour Party is not hypocritical over the whole matter or they have the slightest idea themselves how to solve the problem in the economy aprt from chucking cash at it that the country hasn’t got and completeing the job they started under Brown

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      • 226
        freak show says:

        At least we’ve got an idea of what it might have been like to have a full blown LibDem government in power. Makes you shudder doesn’t it?

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        • 233
          nellnewman says:

          Indeed it does!! Nearly as much as trying to imagine what a government run by militwit and economically incontinent balls would look like

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          • John MacEnroe says:

            what? so it’s okay to have crap government, peeing our money in the sea whilst they all go on jollies??? You cannot be serious!!

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          • nellnewman says:

            Let’s put it this way – if labour were in power they’d be throwing even greater industrial quantities of money down the drain.

            One day ,if we ‘re very lucky, we’ll get a proper, responsible,economically literate government. But it isn’t going to happen anytime soon so the lesser of the evils is all we can hope for.

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          • jgm2 says:

            @John MacEnroe

            Ignore Nell, Cameron could shoot someone on live tv and nell would still vote for him.

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  41. 225
    Gordon Brown says:

    Today I’m Zelda The Warrior Princess.

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  42. 227
    Ah! Monika says:

    Set a Fatty to catch a Fatty

    Ms Abbott will attempt to reclaim the families agenda for Labour in a major speech next week.

    She will say: “What I want to warn about is the rise of what I call McParenting. I want to talk about children who get chicken and chips every evening. About the little boy in his room, surfing the dark corners of the internet.”

    http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/news/politics/4313310/McMum-blast.html

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  43. 230
    I don't need no doctor says:

    Andrew Marr interviewing Damon Albarn a short while ago. Marr had obviously not done his homework as he cocked up on all of his question. Donkey Marr.

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  44. 232
    Lou Scannon says:

    Your comment is awaiting moderation.
    May 13, 2012 at 10:23 am
    Now there’s a surprise – regulation driven by junk ‘science’ and vested interests.
    This sort of idiocy gets regular exposure here :

    http://junkscience.com/

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    James says:

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  46. 236
    nellnewman says:

    I see militwit has anew bandwagon this week ‘Hunt must go’ is his new shrill soundbite – he must have said it 100 times in the last couple of days. It must have taken him ages to learn the new lines.

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  47. 239
    Dismal Dave of Downing St says:

    I have superlative PR skills!

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  48. 240
    SIR EVERARD PENIS QC says:

    Hello ! has anybody any idea what this thread is about ?

    if so please explain !

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  49. 241
    Drop a daisy cutter on the BBC says:

    Radio 5 is a hoot, four fucking ‘wimmin’ making excuses for the M****m r**e g***s in England.

    Lefty female MP and presenters danced around r*** being an issue even though the judge made it VERY CLEAR it was. Continually called the men A***n but happily called the man who prosecuted the M*****m men a M****m.

    Of course that was to paint him in a good light, the BBC relaly are thick c u n t z if they think we can’t see when they call a M****m r*** g*** ‘men’ or ‘A***n’ we know what they are.

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    • 254
      Anonymous says:

      So Mr Daisy cutter, I totally agree with you that the BBC are, ‘cuпts’ as you put it, but I’d like to hear what your solution to the problem may be, apart from nuking the fuckers. The majority holding of BskyB by Murdoch would have been a step in the right direction IMHO, but of course the left are determined to undermine that bid by any means possible for obvious reasons. I know the mention of Fox News gets a few nutters on here up in arms, but the figures in the USA speak for themselves, Fox News spanks the arse of the competition.

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    • 260
      Bollocks Broadcasting Corporation says:

      It is our duty to portray the country as a rich and harmonious mix of cultures. Anything which contradicts this, we simply ignore.

      (ps keep paying your licence fee)

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  50. 242
    Clarkson, the true conscience of the nation says:

    “Jeremy Clarkson has confirmed there will be no more Top Gear this year because of competition in the ratings from ITV’s The X Factor, or, as the car show host put it, ‘fat people singing’.”

    Read more: http://www.metro.co.uk/tv/898719-x-factor-juggernaut-means-no-more-top-gear-this-year-claims-clarkson#ixzz1ujz97uMG

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    • 250
      Drop a daisy cutter on the BBC says:

      Read my post above, this is actually a plan by the BBC to get rid of the show and Clarkson. TG has run for years alongside Cowell’s shite, the audience that watch TG (mostly men) don’t watch the fucking crap pumped out by Cowell.

      If Clarkson and Wilman have any sense they will simply do a deal with Sky and tell the BBC to fuck off.

      Perhaps the BBC can replace TG with ‘Bumming for beginners’ or ‘How to buy good Cocaine in London and Salford’, those will do really well in the chattering classes.

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      • 262
        the empire strikes back says:

        Fох Nеwѕ regularly spanks the competition in the USA, but it’ll never be allowed to happen in Marxist controlled Britain, as recent events have indicated.

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        • 276
          Phil says:

          Excellent point although I do not see why Rupert cannot have the last laugh. He anecdotally had a good relationship with Brown before the mentalist declared war on him and called Brooks a cxxt but there surely must be a tipping point when NI decide they’ve taken enough flak from a Labour led media vendetta.It would surely be relatively easy to fire most of the ex BBC and liberal elite currently infecting sky news with their daily doses of grauniad claptrap and put in a team of real journalists who speak for and to us and not spout self opinionated socialist dogma 24/7.

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  51. 245
    Anonymous says:

    Can I just say, before the day gets any older, that I don’t care who wins the premier league. Despite the sycophantic media telling me I support manchester united in reality i do not. They are shit. So ther you have it media – don’t talk on my behalf without actually asking me. Fuck right off.

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  52. 249
    The subject of almost every single post by Drop a Daisy Cutter says:

    Bum sex! Bum sex! Bum sex! Bum sex! Bum sex! Bum sex! Bum sex! Bum sex! Bum sex! Bum sex! Bum sex! Bum sex!

    Protesting too much?

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    • 252
      Drop a daisy cutter on the BBC says:

      Fuck off lefty mong, go play with your boyfriend.

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      • 263
        The subject of almost every single post by Drop a Daisy Cutter says:

        You reply to my post which states you’re obsessed with gay sex with another post about gay sex. You’re clearly a stranger to irony.

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    • 257
      Pawn Sandwich says:

      Actually, the regular poster on this site that keeps going on about ‘bum sex’ keeps equating it with David Cameron.

      It stands out a mile that he/she is a Labour troll. Labour are losing the plot when they offend homosexuals.

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      • 266
        All the King's men says:

        Dave seems to be the one obsessed with gay ‘marriage’, which is part of the reason he’s hemorrhaging support. He’ll pay dearly for that, as will his buddy Barry.

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        • 269
          Twisted says:

          Quite right. Gays wanting to be in a monogamous and committed relationship? How awful! As we all know, consensual sex between gay adults is unacceptable. It’s only right when catholic priests rape boys and the nazi pope covers it up for decades.

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  53. 251
    Still think you are free? says:

    “existing ones already make it illegal to “grossly offend” or “cause distress”.” http://www.bbc.co.uk/newsbeat/18030970

    Like

    • 275
      annette curton says:

      Attorney General Dominic Grieve said users should be aware of how easy it can be to break the law, Ha, let he who is without sin amongst you cast the first stone and is it now a criminal offence to print something off and hand it out in your local?, if so all these unsolicited political party flyers and manifestos which are shoved through my letter box which “grossly offend” or “cause distress” to me are also criminal acts, buffoons!.

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  54. 256
    Gordon Brown says:

    I’m today’s blooper.

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  55. 259
    Guilty until proven Innocent says:

    Another Master-Class in hypocrisy from Labour represented yet again by Chrsi Bryant over NewsCorp and BSkyB on BBC Sunday Politics….apparently there is no need any longer in this country to preseum innocence until proven gulty or for allowing anyone to put their case(especially if that person is a Tory).

    I do not particularly hold any brief for Jeremy Hunt or for Cameron or the Tories but the Labour Party’s stance over the whole of the Leveson Inquiry is absolutely nauseatingly hypocritical in the extreme.

    Although he did overeach himself somewhat but telling Andrew Neil that he should apologise for actually EVER working for Murdoch…which Neil took less than kindly to “You want ME to apologise Mr Bryant for working for News International?” ……….

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    • 271
      Drop a daisy cutter on the BBC says:

      Because Liebore/the BBC/Guardian have already decided the result, they don’t care about due process.

      Cameron walked straight into this mess, when the Liebore mongs were up in arms he should have announced a full public inquiry into the Afghan and Iraq wars, also the Bernie bung, the full monty.

      That would have put Liebore back on the defensive.

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  56. 261
    Mr. Panos says:

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  57. 265
    The Pie Man says:

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  58. 272
    Ah! Monika says:

    Ode to
    Dave,
    Like a circle in a spiral
    Like a wheel within a wheel
    Never ending or beginning
    On an ever-spinning dream

    When you knew that it was over
    Were you suddenly aware
    That the autumn leaves were turning
    To the colour of her hair?

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  59. 277
    annette curton says:

    The windmills of his mind.

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    No comment says:

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    Speechless says:

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