July 16th, 2012

From Mrs Duffy to Master Duffy


169 Comments

  1. 1
    Gordon Brown says:

    I am having an Olympic size poo

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    • 4
      ToonBob... says:

      Never work with children and animals….. the canny lad did well !

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        Yeah, right... says:

        It was Sue….

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          Sir Aston Martin says:

          WHERE is the cartoon by Skid & Mark so we can all suggest who might be represented therein?

          I demand a refund and will then fuck off.

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          • Durr... says:

            Bigotted little chump.

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          • The Second Coming of Tony Blair, Millionaire says:

            Where is Durham?

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          • Forkbender says:

            It’s a good game trying to guess who the characters on the cartoons are

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          • So heavily m*dd*ed it's not worth bothering any more says:

            R&M have decided to abandon this blog, like almost everyone else?

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          • erm... says:

            firstly it was natwest.
            .
            we did not listen…
            then came O2.
            we still were dozing.
            .
            now The G4S computer is playing up.
            we seem to have woken up.
            .
            GOD IS GREAT.

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          • Dave says:

            Regarding Mr Ferdinand’s choice of ice cream, I prefer a Magnum, dark, hard to get ones lips around and tasty right up to the nuts.

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          • Hugh Janus says:

            The absence of a Skid & Mark’s so-called cartoon is one bit of good news.

            If you can cope with two lots of good news in the same week, another is that we have finally got rid of the Quango Queen to end all Quango Queens, Dame Boozy Lather:

            http://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/article-2174004/Pay-sweet-charity-quango-queen.html

            This privately-educated parasite and Liebour place-person who declared war on private education is no more, but only left after we, the taxpayer, stuffed her pockets full of yet more cash we don’t have.

            Not exactly a promising start to the (alleged) Bonfire of the Quangos is it One-Term-Dave? One down, several hundred of these bastards still to go I hope?

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          • It’s where the Pink Panther lives…. – Durham, Durham, Durhum Durhum Durhum, Durhum DURHAM, diddle diddle dee dee.

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      • 56
        Muck & Brass says:

        Ehhh i addi-oh, there’s good in them there, our kid

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        Expat Geordie says:

        Bet he didn’t get away with it though. The comrades/brothers probably gave the poor lad a good kicking as soon as the camera was switched off. I presume that they are still into political violence up there.

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    • 55
      Gordon Brown-Stuff says:

      I was only really best at being a Number Two

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    His face is a blank sheet of paper.

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  3. 3
    Tom Tomos says:

    Well that’ll learn him not to leave the village. There’s real people out there, not just posh boys.

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    • 100
      Ivor Prediction says:

      That lad will make Prime Minister one day.

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      The BBC says:

      It’s been such a busy news week, unfortunately we need to spend another five days banging on about a week-old story re G4S and Olympic security, so we won’t have time to cover this in any of our news output.

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  4. 5
    AMIR KHAN'T take a punch says:

    Durham miners ? There are no Durham miners !

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    • 9
      smoggie says:

      Aye not since Labour’s Minister for Trade and Industry made them all redundant some years back.

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        sockpuppet #4 says:

        Its all god’s fault for not putting enough coal in the ground.

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          SIR EVERARD PENIS Q C says:

          1500 years worth still down there , just politicians that will never invest in extracting it

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          • sockpuppet #4 says:

            For the sake of brevity I didn’t go into detail of God’s Failure to place the coal in convenient places.

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          • SIR EVERARD PENIS Q C says:

            If god had wanted us to use fossil fuel
            He wouldn’t have buried it so deep !

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          • SIR EVERARD PENIS Q C says:

            In a lot of countries the coal seams spontaneously combust and are left to burn . Underground coal fires contribute 3% of all pollution to “global warming”
            and deposit 2 million tons of mercury into the atmosphere annually
            underground coal fires burn in most countries of the world one in Australia has burned for 6,000 years , Germany has one that has burned for 400 years India has thousands all this fuel cannot be replaced once it’s gone it’s gone , so lets use it

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          • UKIP.i.am says:

            Politicians are only good at digging themselves into large holes of their own making, such as EU membership.

            Surely if a coal mine is economically viable there are enough entrepreneurs out there who would be willing to invest in it? The fact there hasn’t been proves it is not viable.

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          • erm... says:

            are banks economically viable.
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            somethings are beyond economics.

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          • Coal is what newspapers will be, very, very soon – fossilised dead trees.

            We really need to find a better way of heating and producing electricity than just burning “stuff”. Nature does a pretty good job all on her own with us – your cells run on ATP – youuse between 80 – 100 kgs a day! (You recycle almost all of it to use again – we need to find out how to replicate THAT neat trick!)

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          • Sorry – YOU USE….. my lack of enough coffee had me slipping into scouse.

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          There’s plenty of coal in the ground, and the Catastrophic Global Left are doing their utmost to make sure it stays there – except in China, India, Brazil…..

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          • Durham, Durham Durham Durham Durham says:

            Sounds like the Pink Panther tune…

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          • The Golem says:

            At the rate the Chinese Navy is growing in numbers of modern warships, it won’t be all that long before they start sending gunboats to remind other countries of their manners. I’m sure the Australians and the Yanks already know what the future holds. In contrast, I think Brazil and India will be concentrating on industrial development for a very long time to come.

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          • Bugger! – Sorry should have read on – my bad on #14!

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          Big Momma says:

          No – it is all “Fatcher’s” fault. Ask the Beast of Ballsover.
          BBC never mentioned this incident – wonder why?
          No prizes for the true answer – only for imaginative ones.

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  5. 6
    Comrade David Cameron(Leader of the Nasty Party) says:

    This morning I shall deliver a speech to my banker comrades at Barcays HQ in canary Wharf.

    I fully intend to reduce their tax burden to 20%.

    The Tories are the Party that supports the Shirkers,of which the Bankers are a prime example.

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      smoggie says:

      You mean increase it to 20%.

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      Helpful says:

      Why do the Left keep trying to blame the Conservatives for incidents that happened on the Labour Government’s shift? If you thought that they were getting away with murder in 2007/08 shouldn’t you be taking that up with Blair, Brown, Balls, Milliband etc?

      Banks were regulated under a tri-partite system created by Brown and the lead regulator, the FSA, was created by Brown and successively headed up by two Labour placemen – really, what the fuck has that got to do with Cameron and the Conservatives?

      Attack Cameron for stuff he is responsible for please, there are enough cock-ups without attempting to blame him for Labour’s: try asking him why he has a closet socialist as his Chancellor.

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        unbiased observer says:

        Maybe it’s the job of all leading politicians of all persuasions to question the ability of the “here today gone tomorrow” ones in power. I don’t recall any squeaks from the Tories about the Blair/Brown oversight of the bankers activities. Overseeing is what they should have done. Oversight is what we got – Labour, Conservative and Lib Dem.

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          erm... says:

          good point……oversight itself has been rather light….. implying light interest. no probs but then we have the wrong ppl in the jobs…. and that’s where this site come in. a heavy touch overseer. all hail the new king.

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        • 142
          Phil says:

          You cannot be unbiased based on the piffle you just wrote.Brown wrote the “no return to boom and bust”mantra from day one, allowed no oversight of the books and only grudgingly allowed the conservatives a peek just prior to the last election. His grasp of economics was finally exposed when the tories took over and his creative accounting with the likes of pfi and customised golden rules that changed to suit his ongoing failure to adhere to them left us where we we are today.Anecdotally Brown was so secretive that Blair apparently was often as totally in the dark on budget day as the conservatives.

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  6. 8
    Laugh a minute says:

    Is this boy for real? Does he need investigating by Guido to check out his past, he could be a Tory plant in which case he’ll have no credibility?

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    • 12
      smoggie says:

      He could even be a member of the Taxpayers Youth.

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        Forkbender says:

        No, not a place boy, now who could the lad be the son of, or related to, Guido himself not very keen gong up north, could it be a relation of Neo-Guido.
        PP The sound quality was very poor but in all likely hood Eddy recognised the operator of the video camera. Don’t forget, Dave has been in power for over 2 years now, and in November he will be halfway through his stated 5 year term, and by the sounds coming forth the cuts have yet to really bite just in time for 2015.

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          Really? says:

          Cuts?

          The Coalition of clowns are outspending even McMental during his most insane “I saved the world” periods.

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          • erm... says:

            vast electronic sums are blips on the screen. are they real?
            GB was selling the family silver…and gold.

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      sockpuppet #4 says:

      What would an excitable freemarketeer youth be shouting out for?
      Less regulation, and a much lower or no minimum wage?

      Now that might be realistic, but its also rather dull, tedious in fact. He doesn’t look like the kind of kid who expects a job in the city or running his own company within the next 3 months. Its not the kind of thing that would get a youth excitable enough to go and tackle the labour leader.

      “what do we want?”
      “Low paid jobs”
      “when do we want them”
      “For all of our tedious lives”

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        UKIP.i.am says:

        What socialists want is higher pay, longer holidays and less work but at the same time higher employment and higher growth. It is an insult to the people of cloud cuckoo land to compare the two of them.

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          erm... says:

          a socialists is a social being. He needs other to achieve.
          a capital oriented person needs capital to achieve.
          growth is a sex thing.

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    Trevor Kavanagh says:

    Good Morning

    Not to put too fine a point on it,George Osborne is fucked and I will ensure he is replaced at the forthcoming re-shuffle.

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    • 24
      Forkbender says:

      On the news this morning Hague and Gideon could swop places

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      • 34
        Diamond Geezer says:

        Gideon is a waste of fucking time, get rid of the tosser.

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        • 49
          Mme. Christine Lagarde says:

          Gideon and Dave are irrelevant tossers. Angela M. and I will have to rescue the UK from bankruptcy after their useless efforts.

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        • 53
          Forkbender says:

          He’s Dave’s best buddy isn’t he?

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          • erm... says:

            with osborne slipping up in a very public kill mode….coulson s.s.slipping up behind the scenes and his eccentric mate slipping off to california.
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            the future for cam is clear.
            be your eccentric self….and move on. mr chillax.
            or ….not….as the case maybe.

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      taC eht abbaJ says:

      Should make Redwood chancellor…

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    Screwed Taxpayer says:

    William Hague Mark II ? Here’s hoping he doesn’t gow up to be a complete prat like Mark I

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      Durr... says:

      He did suffer from his past and the intervention he had with Maggie at the Conference (horrible little git). He was a pretty useless PM as Mark 1. He does seem to have done pretty well at the F.O. Maybe he will make a comeback as Mark 2 PM.

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      • 63
        Forkbender says:

        Hague did give inspiration for one of Harry Enfield’s characters “Tory Boy” a bit unfair, but don’t jump into the limelight if you do not want the light to shine on you, one can only assume that is what he or his family wanted.

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        • 65
          Forkbender says:

          I saw someone advertising themselves for a job on this blog yesterday, nay pleading, give them the job of Moddy Botty he is absolutely useless

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        erm... says:

        he is suitably wierd.

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  9. 17
    Cressida's Dick says:

    What an annoying little git.

    How did he manage to become Liebour leader?

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    • 22
      Miliprat says:

      Because I’m way ahead of all the Spads in the experience, knowledge, and attractive personality stakes.

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  10. 18
    M says:

    Ed should have told the boy
    “don’t do policy that’s lens department”

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    Raving Loon says:

    Another point:

    Labour blames the Tories for hackergate and liborgate, yet Labour were in charge at the time of both scandals.

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      Forkbender says:

      And so what have Dave’s lot been doing in the past 2 years+, did they know about it and did nothing or did they know about it but kept it quiet hoping it would not blow up, your arguement presupposes that Liebore were in collusion with their banker chums.

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      • 54
        JH says:

        You shouldn’t start a sentence with And. I forgive you, as you were desperate to obfuscate Raving Loon’s very simple observation.

        To answer your point, the Tories should have made a far bigger show of the appalling condition Labour left the books in, but doing so would have put the country even further in the shit.

        Not that tribal lefties like you would care – it’s all Fatcha’s fault anyway, right?

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          Forkbender says:

          I bow to your great wisdom and knowledge o Great One, but this is a blog not GCSE English, you shouldn’t use expletives but most on this blog do. You are wrong again Great One in as much as I am not left wing OR right wing for that matter, Maggie did some good things but if you were personally affected some of her actions some were not very good. You probably live within the confines of the M25 or thereabouts (recession, what recession) so probably did not lose your job, the next big wave of recession will hit the confines of the M25

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          • UKIP.i.am says:

            Only left wingers believe you can make an omelette without cracking eggs. I did not like everything that Maggie did either. The poll tax for one. But no PM is perfect and can never please all the people all the time. But on balance any unbigoted person would be forced to admit she did a very good job overall and lifted the country off its knees and tamed the greed and militancy of the unions that were dragging the country down economically into what Greece is like today.

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          • erm... says:

            this eccentric country is strong.
            Mrs T personified it.

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          • Procrustes says:

            True but communication is what you are attempting right? And grammar does form part of that,despite what the education system teaches these days.

            The argument you level at Thatcher could equally be levelled at Blair and Brown. If you are not left or right wing, why only one perspective?

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      • 79
        Raving Loon says:

        Dave has been selling us out to the EU for the last 2 years+, as far as I can tell. Oh, and giving our money to anyone with a begging bowl it seems as well.

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          Really? says:

          Dave has been doing sterling work promoting the great issues of the day, like gay marriage, useless wind farms and pissing billions away around the world, so we can have less here. You should “feel proud” about his contribution to global socialism ( with your money ) and stop whining.

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    • 150
      Mike Hunt says:

      Indeed, why let the truth get in the way of a good smear (see NHS ‘privatisation’ smear last week).

      it was smear and innuendo that did for John Major’s government and allowed that shower of wreckers and idiots that have left us in the state we are in to be elected.

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  12. 21
    Anonymous says:

    The lad knows who spunked his future up the wall.

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  13. 23
    Nullbymouth says:

    Does Durham High School have a PPE dept?

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  14. 25
    SIR EVERARD PENIS Q C says:

    Sky news tonight at 7.30 all the Romanian pickpockets from Spain are on their way to London for the Olympics
    They expect to make £15,000 each from their short holiday
    so confident are they that Sky filmed them in Spain and they didn’t even cover their faces
    Only trouble they might have is finding pockets that haven’t already been picked by the thousands of pickpockets that already work London’s streets LoL

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      sockpuppet #4 says:

      I did wonder where are all these east europeans were flocking from.

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    • 33
      Sir Merv Soon To Be Lord says:

      I’ll just Q.E. another £50bn to make sure there’s enough cash about for them during the Bread and Circuses Event.

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      • 40
        The Banks says:

        Lend us the money Merv at 0.75% then we can lend (PMSL) it to the proles at 29.9% APR. We could not possibly lend it for any less than that as they will only be borrowing the money to pay off other loans.

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          UKIP.i.am says:

          What is to stop people investing their own money or their relatives or friends or fellow workers or borrowing from other banks, building societies or credit unions? Seems to me that if a business is a good investment there should be no problem getting the cash they need.

          But as usual people expect the banks to take huge, reckless risks which is pretty much how the western world got into such a bloody mess in the first place.

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          • Really? says:

            State sanctioned criminal activity, is what got the western world into the mess it is now.

            If companies or banks went belly up in the past, that was it, people would come in and buy up the good bits and sell of the crap at pennies in the pound.
            We now have corporatist governance that says no matter what, the public must pay for corporate idiocy.
            It’s legalised theft, extortion by taxation, to reward the corporate crooks who are protected from the results of their reckless lending and borrowing policies, by the state who benefited from the very same, money go round.

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      erm... says:

      regardless..we are rather good at having a jolly time on the cheap…..street parties anyone?

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    SIR EVERARD PENIS Q C says:

    Call me Clueless announces another 9 billion of our quids going into the most expensive and heavily subsidised rail network in the world Should see another headline when all the bosses award themselves huge bonuses for securing even more money from increasingly more stupid politicians
    FFS the railways are a private company paid for by the taxpayer , how the hell does that work then ?

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    • 44
      The Fat Comptroller says:

      I have yet to see a politician or civil servant negotiate a good contract for the taxpayer

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        UKIP.i.am says:

        And you can be damned sure the railway workers unions will ensure that their greedy drivers, etc will get massive wage rises and more time off from the deal for doing less work.

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      Durr... says:

      OK you are clueless.

      The Railways are going to be re-nationalised. Yet another cock up waiting to happen.

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        Sunny Jim says:

        Oh yes? Then why didn’t the last Labour government do it? I see that the dinosaur Bob Crow has been banging on about how East Coast is presently effectively nationalised, performing well, and therefore a fine example of why the rest of ‘em should be renationalised too. Er, Bob, East Coast is regularly towards or at the bottom of the performance and punctuality tables, so that argument doesn’t fly. Idiot.

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        erm... says:

        more billions on yet another IT system. Let’s get the Boris Bikes out… I say!

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    • 52
      Forkbender says:

      They are all in it together, the grand British Rip Off, one day in the future someone will make a film about it. When the Tories de-nationalised BR (Railtrack has already gone bust) it was supposed to be more efficient, cheaper rail travel, and not rely on government subsidy like that nasty BR, those have gone out of the window.

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        jgm2 says:

        The problem we have now is that, post de-nationalisation, because the railways (with the exception of the bits run by Bob Crow) don’t spend six months of the year on strike any more then the infrastructure is wearing out twice as fast as it used to.

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      • 122
        UKIP.i.am says:

        And you can be sure the railway workers unions will ensure that their greedy drivers, etc will get massive wage rises and more time off from the deal for doing less work. The problem with railways is that you cant get buy the service from Asia. The rail unions have the passengers by the balls, whether nationalised or privatised.

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    • 103
      Benito Mussolini, Il Duce che ha sempre ragione says:

      Need somebody to run the trains for you the way they should be run?

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    • 136
      ED MILLIBANDWAGGON says:

      Why not let health food giants McDonalds pay for the railways then they can force feed nothing but junk food to all the passengers on all train journeys ?

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  16. 30
    Gillian Duffy says:

    “That’s my Grandson”

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  17. 36
    Tony Bliar resplendant in his white robes says:

    Get him to me quickly. I need to regenerate.

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    • 48
      Durr... says:

      Are those burial togs? (Hoping)

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      erm... says:

      thing is tone…show us on national telly that you know how to use a toaster…and other gadgets that ppl use around the house….without calling the firebrigade because the toast is burnt.
      .
      wan@+er.
      .
      you are not fit for earth. you live with gods. Go mystic Tone go.
      the world needs you in THAT world.

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      • 102
        Tony Bliar resplendant in his white robes says:

        Chaps *pause* just calm down *smiles*. Why on earth *waves hands* would I need to operate a toaster, when I have transcended food *smiles sweetly* and exist purely from the energy emanating from mere mortals *pause* like you.

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        • 139
          erm... says:

          i agree.

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        • 149
          erm... says:

          but then he is unhappy…..he ain’t getting much nourishment no more. He cannot see with his intellect what is not relevant to him. He should do what is revelant to him…what is his life purpose?

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          erm... says:

          Mr Blair cannot deal with the mundane…..he needs to see the relevance of that…before he can move on. He seeks universal bliss. He should be in bliss with his body first. He has the courage to move on.

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  18. 42
    Tom Tomos says:

    Durham Miner’s Gala. Perhaps Master Duffy is that miner.

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  19. 59
    Ah! Monika says:

    Ed Miliband

    Rich and Marx

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  20. 62
    Millipede running from the youth says:

    The kid nailed me on youth unemployment.

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-15747103

    The only question is, was he attacking me from a Tory perspective, or was he attacking from a ‘you’re just as bad as the Tories’ hard left perspective?

    Either way, I was shite.

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    • 68
      Ed "Schools must not produce winners" Ballsup says:

      “The number of young people out of work during the three months to September rose by 67,000.

      The total is the highest since comparable records began 19 years ago.”

      We spent 10 years dumbing-down the education system to the point where it’s completely useless, producing an entire generation of totally unemployable youths, and now we find ourselves with high levels of youth unemployment, with employers reluctant to hire school leavers.

      I blame the Tories.

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      • 107
        Gonk says:

        It is often underestimated how good the “young uns” today are with hand controllers, passion and of course mime. A lost art rediscovered.

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      • 108
        Millipede running from the youth says:

        Thanks for that, Mr Ballsup. I always wondered how we managed to engineer a large rise in youth unemployment during a credit fuelled boom. We are rather good, aren’t we.

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    Lo! I see a strange and wondrous star in the firmament!

    Is the time close for the second coming of our dear saviour and leader?

    Anthony Charles Lynton Blair

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  22. 73
    BBC News Editor says:

    This is a great piece with a great link back to Gordon Brown and Mrs Duffy. We should make sure we headline this on all our news bulletins throughout the day.

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  23. 74
    The BBC says:

    This boy will not be appearing on any of our channels.

    Doesn’t the young fool know it’s all Fatchurs fault!

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  24. 75
    ED MILLIBANDWAGGON says:

    Juthtine Thinkth i’m a miner
    Every morning she tells my to go down , and not come back up for 12 hourth

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  25. 76
    thespecialone says:

    But Milliband and the rest of the Labour Party (with the honourable exceptions of the likes of Dennis Skinner and Kate Hoey) hate coal because it is a dirty fossil fuel that will kill us all because of the CO2 in the atmosphere. That CO2 that is essential for life on earth.

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  26. 77
    Comrade David Cameron says:

    I would like to appoint “a choc ice” to replace George as Chancellor.

    Does”the big society” have any comments?

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  27. 85
    ED MILLIBANDWAGGON says:

    As thousands arrive at Heathrow today , they are being waved through with haste
    most people are through in two minuites , so unless your driving a tank , you should be OK !

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  28. 87
    I don't need no doctor. says:

    The BBC News 24 is willing something to go wrong during the Olympics. They will be searching for the one passenger at Heathrow that will make their day.

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  29. 91
    ED MILLIBANDWAGGON says:

    Chairman of the 1922 committee says he doesn’t think the coalition will last !

    Neither do i and i’ve said it many times in the past

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      ED MILLIBANDWAGGON says:

      Yep sounds about right
      Fuck looking for terrorists just make sure nobody sells chips and pisses McDonalds off
      But leave well alone all the illegal immigrants selling counterfeit Olympic goods
      we don’t want to appear racist do we ?

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        Politicall-Correct Britain (aka "pile of vomit") says:

        Selling counterfeit goods is part of the immgrant commhooniteh’s rich cultural diversiteh.

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    • 106
      Chukup Umunna says:

      The corporatisation of the Olympics is unforgivable! This would not have happened under a Labour government.

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      • 110
        Phoney B£iar -finding yet another nice little earner says:

        Say what you like! I brought the Olumpics to MY Cool Britannia!

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        • 114
          Phoney B£iar -finding yet another nice little earner says:

          Hi again! That should ‘of’ read:

          Say what you like! I brought the O£umpics to MY Coo£ Britannia!

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    He's restored my faith in the youth of the UK says:

    Give that kid a job in the cabinet.

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  32. 104
    Ed won't let that slide says:

    Don’t be surprised if the Labour smear machine goes into overdrive over this boy. By tomorrow a story will be “leaked” that he’s a heroin addict who’s fathered two children by different mums.

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    • 126
      Crime of the Century says:

      And he once said something unpleasant about wonderful immigrants.

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    • 168
      Expat Geordie says:

      Too late. I heard that he was lynched about 5 seconds after the camera was switched off. Can’t allow young northern tories to breed, can we?

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  33. 105
    Tony B Liar, War Criminal PLC says:

    I’d have had that boy killed. Just like Dr K.

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  34. 109
    A two-faced conceited bully, liar, ignorant & sanctimonious git, friend of bonkers & bent bankers says:

    Since being appointed Head of the United Nations I have already raised 67,000 million children from total illiteracy to Prize Winners!

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  35. 116
    Tay King-dePisse says:

    But the sad thing is, that young lad is probably going to grow up to be…oh, I don’t know, another wonky politico like Ed Miliband, if, at age 14, he’s on about this sort of shit?

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  36. 119
    Cato Street Conspirator says:

    Little Tory stooge – the next Hague presumably.

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  37. 121
    Mad, Bad & Dangerous Gordon McRuin ( Member in absentia ) says:

    That walkabout was an omni- shambles. Did Sue arrange it ?

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  38. 124
    David Camoron (reprehensible socialist mong and one-term PM) says:

    I say, chaps and chapettes!

    “Thousands of drivers face a £130 fine after being caught in the Olympics Games lane on the M4 within hours hours of restrictions coming into force at 5 am.”

    Kerrching! Super-duper! I’ve taken even more money out of the economy, and I’ll have even more spare cash to give to my Beloved EU, and India’s Space Programme! What what!

    “Other parts of London were close to gridlock as Olympic traffic restrictions began to bite.”

    How p*eachy! Pollution! I can use it as an excuse to introduce even more airy-fairy Green Taxes, to take even more money out of the economy, and I’ll have even more spare cash to give to my Beloved EU, and India’s Space Programme! What what!

    Haw haw haw haw!

    http://www.standard.co.uk/news/transport/thousands-of-drivers-face-130-fines-as-m4-olympics-lane-cause-delays-and-confusion-7945748.html

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  39. 126
    Hang The Bastards says:

    I think the 14 year showed the shallowness of an empty air head politician.

    If they cant “engage with the public” and answer a simple question then what can the fakes do.

    Milliband was poncing around like some celebrity. He is clearly confused by the difference between celebrity and public servant

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    • 129
      Camoron/Clegg/Milimong says:

      The public are our servants.

      Back to work, damn you; earn us some more money.

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  40. 141
    Maria Miller,Chief Bastard of The Nasty Party says:

    Being a total bastard,I confirm that the Nasty Party is speeding up the closure of Remploy sites, which employ disabled workers.

    I ask you all,have you seen a disabled Banker ?

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  41. 157
    ThatGuy says:

    Funny enough found this video that says the same thing

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  42. 161
    A stinking, old, grasping, socialist bag and her runts says:

    RetardEd moving to further to the left.

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  43. 163
    Jimmy says:

    This is probably what you were all like as kids. Come to think of it, it’s what you’re like now.

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  44. 164
    keredybretsa says:

    Ee lad that were no integrated global lobbying network. That were folk asking folk-like questions. They expect an answer to their question…not a sloppy lopsided twist of the lips.

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  45. 165
    gildedtumbril says:

    Both millipedes are marxist and treasonous arsewipes. The wee laddie is obviously a bigot. I hope he goes far, and further than little willie vague.

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