June 3rd, 2012

Warsi Under Pressure

Sunday Sleaze

Baroness Warsi is under widespread attack in the Sunday papers. The Sunday Times accuses her of pocketing the full £165 allowance while paying £75 to stay in a Premier Inn. Recently released from prison, the Lord Hanningfield helpfully explains “as I said at my trial, 85% of peers were claiming the full allowances”. Most got away with the fiddle however.

Already in trouble for staying at the house of Wafik Moustafa of the Conservative Arab Network, claiming expenses which she says she passed to her aide Naweed Khan.

Wafik Moustafa says he never received any payments from Sayeeda or Naweed.

The Sunday Telegraph follows up on last week’s failure to declare rental income story with a story about her failure to declare shareholdings in a spice firm. The spice firm is run by someone with a somewhat radical pedigree according to the Sunday Telegraph. The Mail makes hay with her Saudi funded trips.

Scotland Yard told the Mail that they had received an official complaint.  Labour scent blood…

UPDATE: Am told that it was the BNP’s Nick Griffin MEP that made the complaint to the police.


  1. 1
    Ha says:

    Oh well, was nice knowing you Baroness .


    • 3
      Jimmy says:

      No it wasn’t


      • 5
        Expat Geordie says:

        As a tory it pains me to agree with you Jimmy, but in this case, I agree with you.

        Oh, I don’t feel very well now. I need to have a short lie down before I go to watch the Jubilee celebrations down on Bournemouth Beach.


        • 10
          Anonymous says:

          Whats more damaging is her “Partners” link to Hizb ut Tahrir highlighted in the torygraph? yet another Jihadi supporter in power by the looks of it? And is this the reason we are giving hundreds of millions to a state sponsor of terror? (i.e. Pakistan)


        • 46
          PUPPET MASTERS LIGHT says:

          All the Estrogen in the environment from Womens Piss, has killed of the Fish and small birds. Women are getting fatter could it be that Estrogen might have something to do with it?
          You wont here it from Greenpeace or any other State sponsored environmental body or charity ran by the Political elites offspring. The Government Need Women on the Pill so they can Tax them and borrow from the international bankers for their get rich quick scams.


          • Sod em all says:

            All the Estrogen in the environment from Womens Piss


            You shouldn’t be drinking it. Keep you mouth shut next time you take a golden shower.


          • suck it up says:

            You no fun.


          • Old Father Thames says:

            I can still get my massive erection to rise on demand, despite all the female hormones in my system. So there.


          • pump it up says:



          • Old Father Thames says:

            No, it’s true. My thingy is up all day for Her Majesty.


          • PUPPET MASTERS LIGHT says:

            No wonder Viagra sales are going through the Fu-king roof and women cant get pregnant. Has any one noticed the Fat bastards, after all it may not be the chocolate and could really be big Pharma’s Estrogen hit making them lay down those extra layers.


          • Anonymous says:

            You need to get some spelling lessons t.osser.


          • PUPPET MASTERS LIGHT says:

            Fu-k me another Public sector Worker. Whats wrong Teacher. Have they not told you yet. NO MORE MONEY. NO MORE PENSION. You are a bunch of Daft C-nts to trust the Government. All teachers need a HISTORY lesson. The fall of the Roman Empire, coming to a country like yours soon


          • PUPPET MASTERS LIGHT says:

            And obviously cant get rid of those extra Estrogen Fat layers eh?


          • Anonymous says:

            “All the Estrogen in the environment from Womens Piss, has killed of the Fish and small birds. Women are getting fatter could it be that Estrogen might have something to do with it?
            You wont here it from Greenpeace or any other State sponsored environmental body or charity ran by the Political elites offspring. The Government Need Women on the Pill so they can Tax them and borrow from the international bankers for their get rich quick scams.
            HE HE HEHE EHEHEHHE”

            You stupid, stupid Hunt. Just die and do something useful with your body, like become fertilizer.


      • 23
        spice trail says:

        It’s not as if Labour hasn’t had a few problems with their Asian contingent is it Jimmy?


        • 54
          7th century desert nonce says:

          Funny, this article says she stayed overnight at the house of one “Wafik Moustafa”… not William Markham.

          Baroness Warsi’s aide it says is also called “Naweed Khan”, that’s surely a misprint? Surely that should be Nancy Keats?

          I mean Sayeeda is the poster girl for the success of the muticulturalism, isn’t she? Why on earth then would she just surround herself with “her own kind” then? These kind of errors just play into the hands of right-wing extremists…

          Next thing you’ll be suggesting she’s just a corrupt politician behaving just like a corrupt politician would from her home country and culture: preposterous!


          • diane green says:

            Spot on,the Token multi cult.But I’m sure I can’t be the only one to notice but they are ALL on the take,it is part of their culture.Unfortunately it is also part of ours now!


          • Anonymous says:

            “Next thing you’ll be suggesting she’s just a corrupt politician behaving just like a corrupt politician would from her home country and culture: preposterous!”

            Don’t you mean corrupt like a Tory?

            Yet to meet one who wasn’t on the take.


        • 300
          Anonandon says:

          Pot, kettle and black are just three of the words that come to mind if you recall the Uddin affair but she only stole £30K – not 90 quid.


      • 38

        Hi Jimmy!

        Happy Jubilee… ;-)


      • 190
        Handycock (Teen Fondler) says:

        I hope, for her sake, that she is a member of the Eastern Star. Boaz.


        • 319
          Baroness Warsi says:

          I’m not Handy, can you get the Grand Master to fast track me a membership through. I hear he has done great work for you and is doing the same for Chris Huhne. I need help quick after yesterday’s newspaper reports.


          • Grand Master, Grand Lodge, Queen Street says:

            Handy has already contacted me Baroness and we are moving things on as quickly as we can. Here is a bit of homework in the meantime. Boaz.


        • 321
          Eric Joyce (Teen Fondler) says:

          Hey Handy, when are you taking me on one of your famous trips to Russia, that you promised? I see not only opportunities with the young girls but maybe a business opportunity out there as well. Jahbulon.


      • 210
        jrand says:

        First Uddin now Warsi birds of a feather eh Jimmy!


    • 4
      Expat Geordie says:

      When the story first came out it sounded like an admin error, she had declared to the taxman and on the Ministers register of interests, but not on the Members register of interests. To be honest it sounded like the BBC were just trying to get at another tory for a perfectly natural mistake and I posted as such at the time.



    • 77
      Sir William Waad says:

      I nevet could abide these Plastic Peers. They should call them Senators and leave aristocratic titles to the aristocracy.


      • 104

        It is my belief we should establish which colour they bleed and then only staunch the blue ones.


      • 369
        Archie says:

        Have to agree with you there, Sir Will. Another Blair meddling! Typical. Just like getting rid of Brittania for the sake of puke-shit lefty dogma. Bring back the hereditaries!


  2. 2
    Percy Longprong says:

    She”s gotta go


  3. 6

    Fuck Warsi.

    I am going to look at another barge.


  4. 7
    Dave Cameron, Man of Iron and Equestrian says:

    I can announce that Lady Warsi is an entirely fit and proper person to be a member of my government. Just like my friend Jeremy Hunt. Both have given a good account of themselves and acted wisely and fairly.

    Tally ho


    • 21
      Anonymous says:

      Tally Ho, oh thats funny.How about innocent etc ? Nick Griffin (BNP) shopping her is “interesting ” as well.


  5. 8
    Dr Eoin Clarke says:


    • 9
      Expat Geordie says:

      Because, of course, there are no poor people in the countryside, are there?

      Mucking Fuppet.


      • 386
        Anonymous says:

        Sad that a fucking useless internet piece of shite like you should be commenting on Clarke’s posts, given that he’s done more to oppose the NHS privatisation (which I guess you’ll love) than most others.

        Still, that’s how it goes.

        Brain dead and intellectually subnormal fascist arseholes are apparently quite welcome on this blog, and appear to have found a little sandpit full of their own shit, which is no doubt a great relief for them.

        The rest of look on aghast.


    • 16
      annette curton says:

      He is quite right, all that money wasted on infrastructure in the past, roads, canals, railways, water, gas and electricity supplies, sewerage, telephone lines, what would a countryside peasant want with any of that?.


      • 117
        Expat Geordie says:

        Is it because he thinks that everyone in the countryside votes tory? Well I grew up in a Durham pit village, in the Durham Dales, which I think counts as the countryside, and all the dopy twats voted Labour.

        Or does he just think that “the countryside” and “rural” applies to the nice bits of the south of England?



      • 119
        Ex-countryside peasant (deceased) says:

        The canal was the first flushing toilet round our way.


  6. 11
    paul toplass says:

    jeremy hunt hides behind trees baroness warsi hides business interests ITS THE HIDE AND SEEK GOVERNMENT.perhaps thats why osborne does so many u turns hes looking for a place to hide


    • 17
      Anonymous says:

      Hide and seek Government, did you make that up yourself ?At least they are not seeking policies like Labour.


      • 43
        Four-eyed English Genius says:

        But the policies they have found are not exactly top-notch!

        UKIP for me.


    • 94
      Anonymous says:

      Never mind hide and seek, more like lies we speak government


    • 245
      Geoff, England (not Britain or 'United' KIngdom) says:

      Baroness Warsi would also hide behind trees, if there were any wide enough for her.


  7. 12
    Bill Wagstick says:

    As Popeye Doyle would have said if he was a ‘brit cop’

    “never trust a Muslim”


  8. 13
    David Blunkett says:

    I can’t see she’s done anything wrong. She’s always welcome round my place. I’m sure I could feel my way round her.


    • 39
      Col Nut says:

      Don’t rub your eyes afterwards without washing your hands first.


      • 76
        cider -> screen moment says:

        *thumbs the air, manically*


        • 153
          screen -> cider moment says:

          Thought you were in depressed mode at the mo, E?


          • E says:

            I am, and I hate it. This cycle has been the longest for a while.


          • E says:

            I’ll try and cheer myself up by pretending to be the official order-order VJ once more.

            Here we go. One for all the sick-note, stay-at-home retards:


          • Anonymous says:

            Ah! I’ll ignore the cheap jibe but just add that James Gordon Brown Marshall Hendrix was the finest electrician outside of Kirkcaldy.


          • You are older than you let on, E…

            There. I have said it.


          • Electrician (deceased) says:

            lol . Maybe baby ♥ How old are you, then, SC?

            This is one I wrote especially for James Gordon Brown Marshall Hendrix when I was rewiring Soho in 1968:



          • ffs says:

            “You are older than you let on, E…”

            How many fucking times do we have to tell you, E is a fat, bald, unemployable fifty something bloke.


          • About the same age as you by the looks of it , hun x .

            I still luvs u because of what u says , not what u may look like or what size tits u has (that is , if u has them at all , x . )

            One always needs a sparkie …

            SC x .


          • ooer says:

            Why don’t you ask E’s mum what he’s like? She has to wash his stiffened socks and skid marked, piss stained pants.


          • My uncle knows her aunt.


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

            lol x x and chortling rather loudly at the state of E’s underpants/knickers.

            Look. In this game, diarrhea is a hazard of the job and not to be sniffed at. Just ask Sam – she operates the machinery round here.

            My guess is that E/Ewa/Ewa*nme may be bald down below but thick on top. How she chooses to comb himself is none of our business.

            What we do know, however, is that we would all, probably, recognise her at the bar, we have all met her at some point in our lives and that she has had a huge influence on our many you-turns over the past two years.

            Indeed, my predecessor, whatsisname, confessed to shitting himself whenever E/Ewa/etc appe@red online.

            I hear she/he’s mellowed/drunk too much in recent times to be bothered by the little people but I know I have to be fully prepared for the onslaught of that viperous tongue. Is “viperous” a real word?

            Whatever. I used to play with her in the Plug and Moat naked darts team on a Tuesday, when the chaps would show off their 25 gram shafts, tweak her feathers and admire her bullseye. *Snorts* Dave.

            P.S. Sc does know her aunt doesn’t he, George?


          • The word know occurs as early as Genesis 3:13 (unexpurgated edition).


          • Biblical Scholar says:

            The word C unt was hanging on the tree of knowledge of good and evil.


          • The word viperous doesn’t go back (surprisingly) to Genesis but has almost 500 years of recorded usage.


  9. 15
    Shane Warne (convict) says:


    • 17
      Michael Fish says:

      Long to rain over us.


    • 96
      Country and people first, not ruling elites says:

      patriotism at its finest

      Give me a break Boris.

      Real patriotism is actually giving a damn about the country, its native peoples and its future, not mindless idolatry of the elites.

      Within two generations we are to become a minority in the land of our ancestors. Sorry if I don’t feel like cheering on the British establishment who collectively lead us down this path.


    • 113
      Expat Geordie says:

      As a Hampshire séason ticket holder I have to confess that I think that Shane Keith Warne is God (even though he is a half German Australian who used to die his goatee blonde as it used to come through ginger).

      As an England cricket fan my greatest wish was for him to be English, although judging by his performance in the 2005 Ashes series the phrase “the courage of your enemies does you honour” springs to mind.

      As a man I thought that he was a good bloke, until he met Liz Hurley. Now I, and no doubt many other réal men, look at him and think “Shane, WHY?”


      • 126
        Elsie Beattie (83 and a quarter) says:

        Indeed, dear. My beloved husband Reg used to refer to his hero Mr. Warne as “That fucking Aussie Space Hopper” until he died during a particularly traumatic episode of “Britain’s Got Talent.”
        Now, when Mr. Hurley-Warne turns sideways on to camera, I wonder whether my Reg was not in the early stages of dementia, dear.
        I hope it isn’t hereditary.


      • 247
        Geoff, England (not Britain or 'United' KIngdom) says:

        If Warnie had been English, he’d have been given one or two games for England, taken three or four wickets at a cost of 80-odd apiece, only to be dropped and never considered for further England selection. Within a year or two, he’d have been released by his county club, and he’d now be a van driver for Tesco, or selling insurance.


        • 290
          Paul, Ireland ( not Staines or fictitious characters) says:



        • 291
          Expat Geordie says:

          True. I see that Chris Old is working part time on the checkout at Sainsbury’s in Truro.


          • Well blow me (down/up) says:

            Good job his surname didn’t begin with an ‘S’ then – otherwise he would be called (appropriately) Chris Sold…


          • Expat Geordie says:

            Well he was known as “Chilly” from the way his name appeared on the team sheet.


  10. 19
    Riggsy Brown says:

    My understanding is that there is still more to come out about Call-me-Dave’s plump, egotistical, political shoe-in. Couldn’t happen to a more deserving over-promoted opportunist.


  11. 20
    lenfirewood says:

    There is a horrible feeling of deja vu about all this…


  12. 24
    Ordinary Bloke says:

    Being a devout muslim may make you misogynist, homophobic, anti-semitic and bigoted, but it is not a prerequisite of dishonesty.

    That’s down to greed.


  13. 27
    Spice up your life! says:


  14. 28
    Drop a daisy cutter on the BBC says:

    Again, Warsi is a female Muslim race hussler. There’s no way she will be booted out.


  15. 33
    keredybretsa says:

    Sunday capers getting a bit of breeze on nice spot of sleaze. These greedy Dishons never learn do they? If you’re caught go sooner not later. The damage is done so go and things tend to get fogotten….hang around and the pooh sticks and stinks!!!


  16. 35
    Shooty* says:

    All this outrage is showing a callous disregard to her cultural sensitivities. How DARE anyone suggest that she conform to outdated imperialistic standards? Disgraceful.


  17. 36
    twatspotter says:

    Just out of interest, do they have to give reasons why someone is made a peer? She seems to have had an astoundingly meteoric rise through the political career ladder, failing to be elected along the way.


    • 42
      Col Nut says:

      As a spice girl she curried favour.


    • 49
      Selohesra says:

      Looking at her I don’t imagine she slept her way to the top – certainly not in the biblical sense.


      • 67
        honour amongst pеdos says:

        Don’t be silly, only Asian men are allowed to sleep with the natives, 13 year olds or under. Any Asian female disobeying this cultural imperative will be murdered.


        • 149
          confused asian boy, just starting out in life says:

          So, if I gently murder my sister for bringing dishonour upon the male sex, have a little feel of her “bouncy” parts, explore her naughty bits with a torch, have a couple of beers while poking my finger into her tight bumhole and then fuck her senseless, will she give birth to a boy?


          • Selohesra says:

            I don’t think you are allowed to drink beer


          • Well blow me (down/up) says:

            Not sure how it works in pakyland, but in these here parts a person is usually already senseless having been pre-murdered. So not sure what the advantage is?


    • 63
      Drop a daisy cutter on the BBC says:

      You wonder how she got to the top?

      1. Female
      2. Muslim
      3. Full of shit


      • 129
        joescotus says:

        probably by munching shadow cabinet cock


        • 177
          Dick the Prick says:

          She does look a bit blokey but I’m sure Gove would be offended by her feminine moustache


      • 191
        Eric Pickles says:

        Most certainly scatty, spicy flavoured shit. I imagine it to be similar to a korma. Now where’s my naan – nom nom nom!!!!!


  18. 51
    Sad Warsi says:

    This afternoon I’ll have a vegetarian meal with some people who I tell I’m vegetarian. And then this evening I’ll have halal lamb with some muslims who I tell I’m muslim. And at home I’ll eat a bacon buttie and down a Stella.


    • 59
      Keith Vaz says:

      The one thing I can’t stand are shifty Asians on the make. Gives me a bad name.


      • 115
        Conviction Quashed! says:

        And what of the mention / con.ection of Lord Ahmed – of Labourluvvyland
        Chairman of a cross party APPG! (In it together – below)

        He’s made a bob or two being a property developer (MOS of old) and a bob or two for the banks along the way.

        They’re all in it together …. Its called “Thieving from the public Purse” a criminal offence. So let’s be aving some proper crimninal investigations from the Rozzers.


      • 377
        Archie says:

        Well, it’s amazing how far your accent’s come since you washed up hereabouts, Vazzzzzzz!


  19. 52
    Andrew says:

    A generation ago John Cordle came to grief over having accepted £150 for a speech in the House of Commons. What was £150 worth then – I think it was 1964 – compared with £90 now?


  20. 57
    Andrew says:

    And if she has given an opening to the loathsome BNP she should be strung up. That’s giving aid and comfort to the enemy. Not just if you are Asian. Not just if you are female. If you are human.


  21. 65
    Gordon Brown MP says:

    I just did a poo poo


    • 157
      Nurse Botha says:

      DON’T TOUCH IT!! Mr. Brown. I’ll get the magic marigolds; we’ll scoop it up from the carpet and throw it out of the window, dear.
      The Ladies need never slip on it and future generations will marvel at this DNA-free lump of fossilised human turd.


  22. 66
    Sir William Waad says:

    We UK farmers take the EU taxpayer for £1.7 billion a year through the Single Payment Scheme, which is about as watertight as Chris Huhne’s defence, so it is with a mixture of amusement and contempt that I view Her Ladyship allegedly fiddling the odd ninety quid. It appears that Chifundo and I made the right decision, when Lady Warsi came to stay with us for a spot of shooting, to put all the small, portable, valuable items into store temporarily.


    • 193
      annette curton says:

      And told the servants to keep a very close eye on her I hope, was it silver service at dinner?, 60 pieces of hallmarked cutlery out and only 42 back.


  23. 70
    not a machine says:

    The service this morning on R4 8am was from Westminster Abbey , it was Matins , recorded last week and creed seemed short , but that aside it was wonderful , I dont know if its on BBC I , but if you have some time and you want to find a little peace , worth a listen , as some wonderful singing throughout ……to chillaxe too .

    unusual fact of the day , was that the Thames barrier was going to be raised to keep the water in the Thames , makes a change from flood disaster image it useually gets .
    If any boat has an old fashioned steam horn that goes vrrrrp vrrrp vrrrpp , give a toot . Skys done some really nice coverage so far


  24. 78
    Anonymous says:

    Typical! It took a political outsider to report the crime – the members of the established parties are too busy feeding at the trough to care.


    • 90
      David, call me Prime Minister if you like says:

      lol x x and laughing rather loudly.
      Look here, young fellow: Sitting formally around a dining table for one’s nosebag is considered rather bourgeois these days. Dave.


  25. 82
    Baron Hogwash says:

    Under pressure eh? Money piling all over here!


  26. 84
    surfing for beginners says:

    Meanwhile, in the real world, Kerry Katona makes another fashion boob



  27. 87
    Hang The Bastards says:

    Typical thieving cow. It’s in her DNA.

    Not fit for British politics and she has proved it. One rule for us another for them.


  28. 91
    David Cameron says:

    “Labour scent blood”…….

    I scent a big bookies payout,having backed Warsi at 2/1 to be the next Cabinet member to leave.

    I know it makes sense


  29. 92
    Milking the system says:

    Dave’s token Asian is in a spot of bother then. Michael Fallon seems to be doing her job most of the time anyway.


    • 100
      Barreness Udders, sucking on the Great Socialist Tit says:

      Why so gloomy? Here, let me show you some photos of my lovely home – it’ll cheer you all up!


  30. 93
    Time Out, guys says:

    I know that “Premier Inn” isn’t exactly an oxymoron but it’s deffo something along those lines, ain’t it ?? Any ideas ?


  31. 99
    Rule Britania says:

    Polly Toynbee is an idiot. Watching the Diamond jubilee and all the public support shows just how out of touch Polly is. Why kill off something that works extremely well? YAB was even likening the crowd to North Koreans. No YAB they are there because they want to be and cheering because they want to cheer, same goes for all the crews of the boats.


    • 110
      Mustaffa Councilhouse says:

      Warsi and Yasmin showing acres of flesh around the eye’s is a disgrace to Islam.
      Plus they are fucking ugly and put me off my bacon butty.


    • 133
      H. L. Mencken says:

      Polly Toynbee and Yazmin “I-need-an-alibi”-Brown are asses who are just being examples of the kind of killjoy I had in mind when I wrote that bit about how Puritans had a haunting fear that somewhere somehow someone is enjoying him/herself.


      • 162
        CYNICAL OLD MAN says:

        Why does Yasmin Alibaba Brown live in this country? She was glad Britain gave her a home after Idi Amin chucked her and 30,000 of her compatriots out of Uganda in the mid seventies. Since her arrival, though, she’s done nothing but slag us all off at every opportunity. Why doesn’t the miserable bitch feck off to North Korea if we aren’t left wing enough for her?

        And another thing, how did the thick, ignorant, bigoted cow get to be a national opinion maker allowed to spread her leftist poison in the media? Her opinions are no more important than the local pub bore.


        • 308
          Marmite says:

          *****applause****. Incidentally, the BBC coverage of the river page*nt had one of its so called reporters interviewing a small ‘republican’ demo!
          Aint that patriotic? Fortunately, the sane people shouted the turds down.


    • 146
      Drop a Daisy cutter on the BBC says:

      Alibi Brown isn’t even British, she’s a Ugandan Asian who got booted out by Big Daddy and ended up here then goes around telling us what’s wrong with our country and lecturing on how much better Islam is.

      Get fucked you pint sized dyke.


      • 194
        Edukated unda nu labor says:

        I agree she’s an ungrateful fucking disgusting Hunt faced immigrant.

        [Now where are the commas meant to go???]


      • 209
        Fish says:

        I couldn’t make it to Londinium today, but Yasmin, I won’t get locked up or shot because I failed to turn out – so leave the North Korean stuff out, cretin.

        By the way – I think that you’ll find it safe to go home now. Uganda is nice and peaceful. I think that you might like to settle in the north of the country where you will be truly welcomed (and hopefully be introduced to the wrong end of an AK47).

        Not being nasty to Yaz – I know how much she complains about people who are outspoken, especially where she is the target of their criticism,.

        IS IT BECAUSE I IS A HYPOCRITE she might say.


      • 233
        Blowing Whistles says:

        Doesn’t Mad Mel have the same MO but from a different corner?


  32. 101
    anonymous says:

    no doubt the deluded, arrogant and stupid tories will be blaming the state of the nation on the weather next


  33. 103
    Post-democracy looks remarkably like pre-democracy says:

    We have a nice demonstration of post-democracy in action going on in Chantilly, Virginia at the moment.

    Kenny the Clarke and Mandlescum both in attendance.

    MSM looking the other way as per usual.


    • 159
      E says:

      I bet The Star on Sunday has got some twat filling their inches for them.

      Not exactly MSM, I know, but you aren’t giving me much to work with.


      • 254
        Geoff, England (not Britain or 'United' KIngdom) says:

        Or should that be inches filling their twat?


    • 378
      Archie says:

      Different story in Wisconsin!


  34. 105
    Two-Ton Tommy Boy alias "Fatty Holly" says:

    “>RUPERT’S< Recipes"?????
    Is there something we haven't been told???
    I must get to the bottom of this, toute suite!!!

    (Mind you, nothing suspicious about curry powder per se, you understand– I've been known of an afternoon to demolish a few curries in rapid succession– it's just the suspicious nature of that NAME; what could it possibly signify? HMMMM…)


    • 338
      Yogi (no relation) says:

      Can’t *Bear* to even try curry. Must ask John (oops – Sir John) if he has any advice to ofer.


  35. 109
    The BBC says:

    The Jubilee is hideously white don’t you think? Text or tweet us.


    • 141
      Living in 98 percent white Merseyside says:

      Well it certainly is up here.


    • 310
      Marmite says:

      Well, they did spend time interviewing a bunch of republic*ns. I couldn’t believe it! Right in the middle of the procee.d.ings. Nearly kicked the t.v. in, but decided to watch it on SKY.


  36. 112
    @On8illy says:

    It’s definatley not gay enough, is it guido ?


  37. 120
    Blowing Whistles says:

    Francis Elliott & James Hanning in their book of 2009 wrote at page 316 – this little extract – How Ironic

    “Cameron later said of Swire’s ejection. ‘I will probably have to fire many friends,’ he added. Willetts too paid a price, although he was only shunted sideways to be replaced by Michael Gove. Jeremy Hunt, Grant Shapps, Nick Herbert and Sayeeda Warsi were brought in to ‘freshen the team’. The last appointment required Warsi’s elevation to the House of Lords – despite his reforms Cameron couldn’t wait for the articulate Muslim Tory woman to be selected in a winnable seat.”

    End extract – Irony – I’m laughing my baubles off.


    • 122
      *sighs* says:

      Thank fuck someone can be bothered to expose these creeps for what they are. Thank you, Blowy x


      • 124
        Blowing Whistles says:

        The Dominoe effect is going to get all the Labour scum too – esp Bliar Campbell thick in the soup and very very hoon.


        • 161
          Corporal Jones says:

          The fuzzy-wuzzies are all bent. It’s what they do. It’s in their DNA.

          I would have thought Call me Dave would have known what the rest of the planet knows, wouldn’t you?


          • Tachybaptus says:

            He hasn’t played any part in life on this planet since they took him out of the jar he was grown in.


          • Blowing Whistles says:

            excuse me but:

            Conrad Black, Bernie Madoff, Jeffrey Archer, Robert Maxwell, Shinawatra, oh and the MET police etc etc


    • 123
      Priti's Parts says:

      Can I be next, please?


  38. 125
    The Queen says:


    • 132
      47 leather-clad Village People extras milling around Soho Square fiddling with their Bl*ckberrys says:

      One of your fake IDs, Botty Boy? We’re closing in on you, gorgeous.


    • 134
      The Original Guy Fawkes says:

      Oi! No nickin’ me pitch, Queenie!


  39. 130
    Polythesis says:

    Just another bloated dick wad who thought she was above the law and untouchable on account of skin and her particular invisible friend.


    • 137
      Anonymous says:

      No just another thieving muzzy.


      • 152
        The Public interest of balance says:

        Wrong Anonymouse

        Just another thieving Parliamentarian – the thieves come from all races, colours and creeds and from across the benches.

        A thief is a thief is a thief.


        • 185
          Anonymous says:

          Yes but this one is a muzzie


        • 301
          AC1 says:

          > thieves come from all races, colours and creeds and from across the benches

          Whilst true, it does tend to be concentrated in some races, colours and creeds.


  40. 131
    Gawd Help Us says:

    Dig deep chaps we’ve got a house to do up.



    • 135
      Help is at hand, my son says:

      I withdrew from that particular Farepak-type Christmas fund because it was silly and was going to make me cry eventually.


  41. 140
    Hang The Bastards says:

    Oi Warsi we know you are reading this.

    Give us back our money you thieving fucking hypocritical cow. Your a disgrace and you should resign before you go to jail.

    You have ruined the Conservative party and are chairman soley to portray the fake multicultural intergration bandwagon that has now come off its rails.

    You are talentless and lets face it got the job because you were a mouthy muslim.

    Time for a proper Chairman of the Tory Party, one which knows its true roots rather than one which is a sockpuppet for racial votes.


  42. 158
    Labourunionsbbc we are one says:

    Great to see our Queen doing her bit (as always) for the nation, and keeping alive our history and heritage, something we are very much in need of now.


  43. 160
    60 years rain says:

    Is it OK to break out the water pipes now?


  44. 163
    Anthony Spencer says:

    Baroness Warsi should step down as Chairman of the Conservatve Party and should undergo a Police enquiry to deal with these latest serious allegations. Yet another reflection on the wisdom of the Prime Minister.


    • 167
      Edwina says:

      I preferred the good old days when one could reflect on the Wisden of the Prime MistressMinister.


    • 172
      Jimmy says:

      She does seem overqualified.


    • 175
      Abu Al Imam (on benefits) says:

      Usury is an abomination in the eyes of Allah.

      However ripping off British taxpaying kuffars is a noble and righteous thing to do.

      Like setting off exploding y-fronts.



  45. 166
    Jimmy says:

    Would it be unduly cynical to suspect Warsi is being thrown under the bus now to distract from Hunt? Surely not.


    • 171
      Tachybaptus says:

      Perhaps an apter analogy would be throwing serfs out of the troika to delay the pursuing wolves. But after a while you run out of serfs.


    • 173
      Well it's a thought says:

      Your’e probably right Jimmy, but like Liebour a very thin veneer of whitewash will be applied and all politico’s mouths will be shut and told to keep quiet just in case the fickle finger of fate falls on them.


      • 180
        Anonymous says:

        Jimmy’s wrong as per usual.


        • 198
          Jimmy says:

          You thin it’s to distract from the Ashcroft story in the Observer then?

          So much tory sleaze, so little time.


          • most likely says:

            The BBC are going big on it so it must be to distract the public from any good feelings from the Queens Jubilee rubbing off on the Tories.


          • Jimmy says:

            So you don’t think they’re counting on their sure footed stewardship of the nation’s economy to boost their popularity?

            Odd that.


          • Not land of despair and sticky stuff says:

            At the end of the regatta yesterday, just as that LSO choir started belting out Land of Hope and Glory, BBC TV World cut to a female talking head in the studio who informed the world that they had been watching live pictures of the Queen’s Jubilee. [Oh is that what is was??]

            We switched to CNN who covered it right to the very end – and even had one of their presenters announce a switch to one of their reporters from “Piccadilly Street” in London.

            Marvelllous stuff from the Yanks.


  46. 168
    Ah! Monika says:

    But who is Rupert? Normally an Anglicisation of Bupert.



    • 179
      The Gentleman Who Is The Chairman And CEO Of NewsCorp says:

      It ain’t me, sheila, but as long as that shit is fair dinkum, then I’ll take it as a compliment.


  47. 170
    Ah! Monika says:

    What bad news has been buried today?


    • 183
      Anonymous says:

      We’re all going down the shitter when the euro implodes?


      • 186
        Blowing Whistles says:

        Dont’ be such an ‘easily misled and fear-mongered fool’ you twit. You like so many more have been reading too much into too much of the fearmongering being put about – Its called propaganda.

        FFS Learn to think beyond being a scared old goat / cat / sheep.


        • 189
          Anonymous says:

          Ok smartarse, tell us what’s gonna transpire squire.


          • South of the M4 says:

            An orderly entrance into the Euro was made – an orderly exit can be made also. Many a generation have been scared into situations that hurt them more. *uck the Euro. *uck the EU. Both are well past their sell by – and both have deviated from their original objective. Start again.


          • Blowing Whistles says:

            Result! – got you thinking now. And there’s no need for the smartarse tag on you comment either – but hey it adds to your being a miffed fool.

            All you needed was a good kind of virtual slap (Caption comp!) to make you stop being a promoter for those who only want to predict doom and more doom – if we don’t all fall into line with the Busted EU pygmies.

            See even Booker’s tearing into Robert the Pest Of BBC Narcissism about the faux EU dream (Commie nightmare actually) subsequently promoted by all the neutered can’t think for themselves political pygmies throughout Europe and farther afield.

            BTW The Climate Change ruse is all but over too – but you haven’t got a copy of Al the Goremongers nobel peace prize lecture and thus don’t have the benefit of having re-read it in light of the many lies that have subsequently been outed about it. Ask Chris Chump Huuune for a copy he was given one on 17th Dec 2010 in Poole, before he jetted off to the usa leaving a slimey trail.


          • smartarse smackdown says:

            This is a possible scenario as sketched out by George Soros. Hardly a cheery outlook economically, but having the added bonus of destroying the EUSSR in it’s present form. Now do one knobhead.

            “It is impossible to predict the eventual outcome. As mentioned before, the gradual reordering of the financial system along national lines could make an orderly breakup of the euro possible in a few years’ time and, if it were not for the social and political dynamics, one could imagine a common market without a common currency. But the trends are clearly non-linear and an earlier breakup is bound to be disorderly. It would almost certainly lead to a collapse of the Schengen Treaty, the common market, and the European Union itself. (It should be remembered that there is an exit mechanism for the European Union but not for the euro.) Unenforceable claims and unsettled grievances would leave Europe worse off than it was at the outset when the project of a united Europe was conceived.”


          • Blowing Whistles says:

            Bring it ALL ON (The implosion)

            At least we won’t have to fund the mandlefairys and kinnockios’ pensions anymore – and that’s just for starters.

            Jean Monnet – got it all wrong and those who ‘fell for it’ should be ashamed of themselves.

            2 rick ps signed that Lisbon treaty – Neither of them had any ‘lawful mandate to do so’ from the British Public – Hack types and neutered MP’s have spun it like its real / we can’t do anything about it – but that’s just another big second, third & fourth estate porky pie.

            I don’t owe the damned EU a bleedin penny – sling yer hook Merkel and your stringpullers’.

            As for Soros – up yours George.


          • Querulous Legal Beagle says:

            Dead right. There exists no Treaty/Agreement/Convention that cannot be renounced at the drop of a hat if one Party so decides/desires. If Camoron had even half a ball he would have told Rumpypumpy that Brown had no legitimate authority to sign Lisbon and that therefore his ‘X’ is invalid and may be safely ignored. I wonder if he produced a set of Full Powers signed by HM QEII for the occasion?


    • 184
      Blowing Whistles says:

      Ah – The old Jo Moore / Stephen Byers thingy.

      One remembers their days of burying stories Nae even ‘documents’ over at the DTI … and what did Patricia Blewitt and Alan Longjohnsilver – try to shred during their reign …

      Some ‘Things’ are going to come back and bite them all. Patricia may well be married to a judge but – that aint gonna help either.


  48. 178
    Baroness Warsi says:

    So what if I spunked £14,000 on overseas tripsl. Don’t believe what the Daily Mirror prints

    Frankly my dear,I don’t give a damn !


  49. 187
  50. 192
    Hal Loomy says:

    Toss another chunk of Warsi on the barbie, Bruce.


  51. 207
    • 213
      @SallyBercow says:

      BTW. Not everyone can pleasure themselves with a 72 foot narrowboat.


    • 216
      South of the M4 says:

      IMHO, totally underwhelmed by you TBH. You appear vacuous and unworthy of attention.


    • 218

      Oh yes? So much was your view the general consensus of spectators that 1.25 million of them lined up to see it.

      Why are these lefties so goddam miserable and self-deceiving?


    • 220
      Rancid twat watch says:

      You woman are presenting yourself as a common whore.


    • 311
      Marmite says:

      Who gives a shyte what stinky B.ig.c.ow. thinks? I’m surprised she wasn’t plying her tr*de being as the crowds were so big. Missed your chance there didn’t you, you utter sl*pper.


  52. 212
    • 214
      Sally Ho! says:

      Jesus wept. Why did I click on that link?


      • 226
        Anonymous says:

        A pig wrapped in a union jack


      • 228
        Anonymous says:

        Once seen some things can never be unseen

        pas the mind bleach :(


      • 248
        Some Geezer wot has done his patriotic duty on occasion says:

        My mother used to say about some shall-we-say less-attractive young women, “For her to be shagged, she’d need to cover her face with the Union Jack so her young man could convince himself he’s doing it for Queen and Country.” (Of course, there’s plenty of men out there who are less than attractive as well, and I’m sure their young women do as Victoria advised her less than enthusiastic daughter, and just close their eyes and think of England. Works both ways.)


    • 227
      scouse says:

      Shameless is the only adjective for you Sal.


      • 349
        star-bored says:

        Sally is just dumb.
        Her suggestion that she wanted to see more larger boats- some in full sail ignores the fact that what was a procession would have become a sea rout even if they could have hopped over the 13 / 14 bridges in the way. Honestly think she believes a diamond jubilee will now be a yearly event.


    • 376
      @silly berk cow says:

      help someone for god’s sake,
      i can’t keep my stupid fucking mouth shut
      it’s not just that my opinions are banal,
      it’s that i have to tell everyone about them


  53. 224
    Anonymous says:

    If jail was good enough for Lord Hanningfield then jail should be good enough for this parasite as well.

    And who pays for all your trips abroad and what good is it doing for the Conservative Party?


  54. 237
    Slartibartfast says:

    Very well worth a read:


    A Monarch who turns the peoples good faith into her own bad faith.


  55. 243
    Salty says:

    Great training for Kate. she was freezing her socks off and got not one obvious iota of sympathy from the Royals. Tough love means she will not make that dress mistake again.

    Fact is, if it’s cold and raining on land then it is ten times colder and wetter on the water and if the wind is blowing then it can be life threatening. Wills should have warned her though.


    • 250
      annette curton says:

      Yeah, noticed on all of the smaller ‘Barges’ with R.N personnel on-board they were all wearing inflatable life jackets.


      • 255
        Gordon Brown says:

        Back in 2008 I was the inflatable life jacket that saved the world.


        • 258
          annette curton says:

          If you pull the tag when you are capsized it means you can never swim out.


          • Gordon Brown says:

            My new range of patented condoms has exactly those words written on the packet.


          • annette curton says:

            Sick of it all, Prospective sperm (1 in 100 million), may have had human right infringed, Sorry Mate.


      • 261
        Global warming shuns the UK says:

        It’s June, it’s summer and it’s freezing. Put the heating back on this evening.

        Shivering with a coat on and seeing one’s breath indoors was finally too much.


    • 259
      eva prawn says:

      Would of been warmer in the water.


      • 275
        I can't be arsed to think up a new pseudonym says:

        Correction: Would HAVE been, not would OF been.

        Grammar is sadly lacking in your statement.


    • 277
      I can't be arsed to think up a new pseudonym says:

      Perhaps she had thermals on under the red outfit.
      I am not a royalist, per se, but I am, so far, impressed with the way Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, has slotted into the family business.


  56. 257
    albacore says:

    Phew! Wot a relief! Dave’s satisfied
    He couldn’t be more so if he tried
    He tells you straight. He don’t mess around
    He lays on the line just what he’s found
    And what he’s found is that there are questions!
    There’ll be answers, too! Maybe suggestions?
    That must deserve a standng ovation
    From a reassured and grateful nation



  57. 265
    Just £50,000,000,000 more. says:


  58. 266
    Vazoline says:

    A lady after my own heart. We’re all the same!!


  59. 267
    Drop a Daisy cutter on the BBC says:

    Fucking hell, switch on to Radio 5 and all you get is miserable left wing twats moaning on about how much today cost blah blah blah.

    The fact is Gordon Brown wasted fucking billions be it gold flogged off, wars, billions on aircraft carriers we can’t afford, NHS computers, fire control rooms and PFI schemes, yet the BBC can only find wrong in people having a bit of fun today.


  60. 271
    The shame of the BBC says:

    So 1,020,000 people turn out to cheer on our queen and 100 (including Polly, YAB and George Galloway protest). I make that 10,200 to 1 yet the BBC feels fit to put the Toynbee on all its Jubilee broadcasts to provide a “balance”.

    It is time the BBC was read the riot act. Reflect the truth or cease to exist.


    • 272
      Well it's a thought says:

      The BBC can do what it wants as it’s an EUSSR asset and is untouchable by cast iron and his idiots.


    • 274
      The BBC is a national disgrace says:

      Sorry it was 1,200,000 people who turned out in the rain to support the Queen and just 100 to boo her including Polly and YAB

      That is 12,000 to 1. So why does the the BBC balance their monarchy programmes 1 to 1?


      • 279
        Toy Bee in ur Bonnet says:

        The BBC may be ever so slightly left of centre but it ain’t enough to swing elections.
        Indeed, they’re probably right of your Camoron dude ♥


      • 282
        BBC = Labour's mouthpiece says:

        I think you’re under the mistaken belief that the BBC tries wholeheartedly to be unbiased and completely impartial as its Royal charter decrees. They don’t, but what they do do is brazenly flout it in full view of all in the belief that they are too big to touch. They’ve been doing it for so long now that its became second nature to them. Sometimes I wonder if a) Dave can’t touch them, EU, or some secret agreement with other parties or b) Dave’s giving them enough rope to hang themselves. I’d love to believe it’s b) but I suspect it’s a).

        At this rate the BBC left unchecked will put Labour back in power by 2015.


    • 342
      Just when you thought you had heard everythingf says:

      The highlight of the day for me was the said YAB calling for the Monarchy to be abolished and Joanna Lumley installed as head of State whilst being interviewed on Sky News.


  61. 289
    Your Friendly Neighbourhood Death Notice Service says:

    RIP Richard Dawson, British-American (Yank father) TV actor (and, later, game-show host on American TV) probably most famous for Hogan’s Heroes, on 2 June, in Los Angeles. He was married for a time to Diana Dors, which was nice work if you could have got it.


    • 294
      order-order obits ed says:

      Nice tribute. See ya, Rich


      • 314
        Fabians are Evil says:

        I hate the bastard but old George Soros is on to it!

        “So Germany is likely to do what is necessary to preserve the euro – but nothing more.” He said Europe would ultimately become “a German empire with the periphery as the hinterland.”


        • 320

          Repost from yesterday June 3, 2012 at 12:09 pm:

          I am always naturally suspicious of George Soros, given his attachment to socialism but his Remarks at the Festival of Economics at Trento (Seen Elsewhere) is about as bang on as it gets.

          As previously stated, I also have considerably sympathy for Germany but it now seems damned if it does and damned if it doesn’t.


    • 381
      Archie says:

      I remember his W.C. Fields and Groucho Marx impersonations on Rowan and Martin’s Laugh-In! Funny!


  62. 313
    Nike says:

    Cameron – you moron.

    Where are you?

    Your party is falling about around you.

    You are losing voters daily

    The media are assaulting you

    For God’s sake do something. Anything. Just do it.


  63. 315
    YorkshireLad says:

    Will these freeloaders NEVER learn??
    Days of the cozy club are over…you will be found out!


  64. 318
    Baroness Warsi says:

    I demand a criminal investigation into myself.


  65. 322

    As she thinks she is royalty , i have found a nice castle she can use for a few years


  66. 323
    Nick Clegg says:

    I rest my case.


  67. 325
    Baron S Warzy says:

    I am more important than Sally Bercow.


  68. 327
    Polly Gone? says:

    The BBC must be hung over this morning. Not one big interview with Polly putting down our country so far.


  69. 329
    nellnewman says:

    Well I’m all for baronesswarsi being prosecuted if found to have been fraudulently claiming money.

    But labour are being a touch hypocritical since they’ve never done anything to bring an even bigger fraudster in their own midst to justice , namely baronessuddin. In fact they’ve let her back into the HoL now so that she can stand as a permanent reminder of how they broke the law and never got prosecuted.


    • 332
      gramma says:

      Labour just wants to show that it can hug an Uddi too.
      Have compassion Nell. Both are the result of a failed education system. Almost impossible to instal oldfashioned Britishness and standards when the education system has encouraged the basics of foreign tribalistic ladder climbing.
      You can take the native out of the jungle but you can never………


    • 339
      Ex Conservative Voter says:

      “if found to have been fraudulently claiming money.”

      She looks pretty banged-to-rights to me. What a stupid (unelected and rejected) thieving bitch. I am glad – very glad – the Camoron’s “I know best” positive discrimination has exploded in his gormless face. He pushed aside better people so he could shoe-horn his pet effnic/female/muzzie/pah-key and it’s made him look an even bigger twát than he looked before.



      • 348
        Not Dave's Fag says:

        First Prize for the best comment of the week


      • 357
        expat says:

        And in 20 – 30 years time a Brit will be the ethnic minority placement in a Muzzie based government.
        And with a multitude of indigenous UK political crooks around they will have a wide choice


  70. 331
    Gordon says:

    Leave them alone. They look well browned off to me.

    On a brighter note I will be lighting my beacon this evening to celebrate how I saved the world.


  71. 337
    Watchman says:

    Good work Guido.

    This is another good indicator of the blogosphere’s progress in that mainstream media censorship clearly is on the decline.

    Another example: even though the Vatican is one of the kingpins under the elite’s umbrella, it now is public knowledge that investigation into the Vatican’s financial affairs is underway.

    Ultimately this will lead to uncovering a cesspool of darkness in this tiny sovereign state, including that it is the international headquarters of satanic worship and a vast storehouse of stolen art treasures.


  72. 341
    Mrs Timney says:



  73. 346
    Not Dave's Fag says:

    Where are you this morning Hopeless and Useless?

    Dreaming up more U turns?

    Vote UKIP


  74. 350
  75. 354
    analymous says:

    …………… is it finished?

    …………..can I come out now?

    ………… funeral for a queen………….???

    why do tories hate working people when they enjoy the rewards of people’s labour more than anyone else???? exploitation and daylight robbery is what the tories are all about ……….. economic crisis? what crisis? more like gargantuan fraud


  76. 365
    I love the FT says:

    If she’s getting a central London Premier Inn for £55 shes a genius. Make her Chancellor. £145 a night is the norm


  77. 374
    Baroness Arsi says:



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