August 19th, 2012

The 2015 New Coalition

Cameroons like to remind the disgruntled Tory right of a simple bit of coalition electoral arithmetic: Tories on 34% + LibDems on 8% = 42%, just about enough to form a government again in 2015. Well UKIP have been also been polling between 6% to 10% for over a year now. If those right-of-centre voters could be brought back into the Conservative Party embrace they would have a good chance of forming a majority government. UKIP have no MPs in Westminster under first past the post, they do however have plenty of voters for Westminster elections.

During the 2010 general election readers of this blog raised over £15,000 to “Get Balls Out” by supporting the Tory candidate in Morley & Outwood. On election night Balls survived by a mere thousand or so votes, fewer votes than the UKIP candidate received. UKIP HQ called Guido on the night and said if they had known it was going to be so close they would have stood their candidate down. Perhaps a formal pre-election pact is politically impossible. However the Eurozone is likely to fall apart in the near future, new arrangements will be put in place by the EU radically altering the existing structure. On that basis the government will be entitled to bring the EU referendum promised by both governing parties. If the LibDems refuse to countenance a referendum the Conservatives need only to promise an immediate referendum within a year of the general election to bring about an implicit electoral pact with UKIP.

If you think this is improbable you could be surprised. The Conservative Party’s main internal Thatcherite pressure group, Conservative Way Forward, has quietly changed its constitution to allow UKIP members to join. The unhappy experience of coalition with the LibDems has opened the eyes of many on the Tory right to the electoral logic of coalition with UKIP. Dan Hannan isn’t the only one who wants it to happen


  1. 1
    Erm? says:

    How many MPs do UKIP have?


    • 4

      Erm, did you actually read the post?


      • 9
        Erm? says:


        Maybe UKIP will make a difference in one or two seats but overall they are a bunch of confused socialist libertarians.

        I would have thought the boundary review is more important for the Tories and the fact they have a pro-EU man at the helm.


        • 17
          not a machine says:

          “bunch of confused socialist libertarians “?

          By that logic then Labour must be a bunch of rightwingers ….


          • Erm? says:

            The burka and other face-covering veils worn by Muslim women should be banned, the UK Independence Party says.

            Ex-UKIP leader Nigel Farage, who leads UKIP’s 13 MEPs in Brussels, told the BBC’s Politics Show they were a symbol of an “increasingly divided Britain”.

            He also said they “oppressed” women and were a potential security threat.

            But Schools Secretary Ed Balls said it was “not British” to tell people what to wear in the street, and accused UKIP of indulging in “unpleasant politics”.


          • The Paragnostic says:

            Burka banning is not a socialist policy, it’s just an insistence that those in Rome do as we do.

            There’s an element of collectivism, but it’s really a matter of not wanting monocultural ghettos in our country, and not promoting behaviour that militates against integration.

            If it was up to the socialists, they’d mandate the burka for all, to avoid upsetting the goat herders.


          • Jimmy says:

            So UKIP will demonstrate its support for women’s rights by copying France and ban buqua wearers from leaving their homes.


          • Anonymous says:

            A right bunch of right wingers nutters those French aren’t they?


          • Living in 98 percent white Merseyside says:

            I’ve never a woman wearing one in The Wirral.


          • passing by obn the other side says:

            98% you haven’t been to Borough Road by the Library in the last year or so?


          • smoggie says:

            They are banned in Turkey. In fact no woman is allowed into a state university wearing a headscarf…. the girls will rip it off them anyway.


          • JH says:

            So UKIP will demonstrate its support for women’s rights by copying France and ban buqua wearers from leaving their homes.

            Nice try you little Gramsciian fucker. They are banned from wearing the burqua, not from leaving their homes.

            If white working class men tried to force ‘their’ women to put on such a symbol of repression you’d piss your kidneys out, along with the rest of the bedwetters.

            But muslims trump all in victimhood poker, so it’s all OK in Jimmyland.


          • UKIP Bournemouth says:

            It’s not UKIP’s job to prop up political dinosaurs of the right or left:



          • Jimmy says:

            The French law allows women to wear the Burqua at home. As long as they wear it they only break the law if they attempt to make a break for it.
            I believe they are permitted to cover their faces in public by wearing Santa costumes. I was hoping this would catch on but no sign yet.


          • JH says:

            You’re allowed to wear whatever like like in the privacy of your home Jimmy. If you left the house wearing a strap on dildo and a bare arsed gimp suit you’d probably get your collar felt though.

            Is that a deep infringement of your freedom?

            It always amazes me to look at the convulsed twists lefties will put their own minds through as they push their precious cultural relativism on everyone else. Self-hating useful idiots, the lot of them.


          • Jimmy says:

            Not nearly as convoluted as this whole faux-“libertarian” thing.


          • The Paragnostic says:

            Libertarian, Jimmy?

            It is possible to be economically liberal and socially conservative, you know.

            The right is much more open to compromises of this sort than the Left, who seem to have forgotten the communitarian basis of their “philosophy” in the mess of feminist and multicultural nonsense that they have adopted since the 70s.

            The rot started with arseholes like Tariq Ali and has only got worse – to the extent that Labour is now the plaything of millionaire Red Sea pedestrians and no longer relevant to the British people.


          • Anonymous says:


            Ouch !


        • 107
          old git says:

          They made a difference in 20plus seats at the last election and that was before the Tories took up with the Liberals. Camerons only chance now is an in/out referendum BEFORE the next election. No-one will belive a promise for referendums after the elections LAWS or Not


        • 326
          Archie says:

          Fuck off back to Tory Central Office you treacherous fucking tosser!


        • 351
          The Community says:

          Don’t comment until you’ve seen this:
          ~~~ The Collectivist Conspiracy ~~~


      • 11
        Privatise the BBC says:

        On election night Balls survived by a mere thousand or so votes, less votes than the UKIP candidate received.

        FEWER votes


      • 155
        taC eht abbaJ says:

        Perhaps you can arrange a whip round to hire crash test dummy Farage another plane? ;o))


    • 6
      Anonymous says:

      Unfortunately Camoron has a lower iq than my dog so this will never happen…


      • 65
        Sungei Patani says:

        Does your dog have a first class honours degree in Politics, Philosophy and Economics from Oxford?

        Whilst this may not be a direct correlation to your dog’s IQ it may be some indication of his/hers intelligence.


        • 100
          smoggie says:

          I think Anonymous has one of them Altercation dogs. Highly intelligent beasts.


        • 126
          The Sheikh Of Arabeeee says:

          That means fuck all. I’ve come across quite a few of these fuckers in my career, and having a degree like that does not mean a fucking thing, not least because most of these public school knobheads have fuck-all common sense. One of my tutors (early 80s, redbrick uni, serious subject) also taught at Cambridge one day a week and reckoned that Oxbridge was seriously overrated. especially when it came to non-science/mathematics stuff. He was of the opinion that a First from Oxbridge was the equivalent of a 2:1 from our more humble alma mater.

          If you want an example look no further than Yvette fucking Cooper. She’s supposed to have some sort of fucking shit-hot intellect yet came up with the absolute fucking disaster that was HIPS.

          Oxbridge PPE? Don’t make me fucking laugh.


          • UKIPickled Wizard says:

            AND she married a twat!


          • Agree says:

            + lots


          • Blowing Whistles says:

            Stewart Edwards – has an economics degree – and thinks he knows everything too.


          • The Paragnostic says:


            PPE is mainly 3 years of regurgitating Keynsian pap and Heathite treason.

            We need a chemistry graduate in charge again.

            Well, anything but more economists and fucking lawyers, anyway.


          • Blowing Whistles says:

            Thanks Para G – I assume you might have meant re my comment.

            There is a ‘little (but growing) group’ of people who are having a devastating effect upon the legal fraternity and who have been turning over their rhetorical injudicious lies. Personally I have ‘beaten them’ at their own game of ‘legal’ – without ever having had to become a paid up member of the flaw society. They DO NOT like it up ‘em – and they know that their trade is all based and founded upon opinionated assertions and duping juries etc. It really is all about having the gonads to stand up against them and call their bluffing – I consider myself at the forefront of the very few over the past ten years who have made them look like the plonkers that they are. I have the Scalps and Orders & Transcripts to prove it.


        • 198
          Politics, Philosophy and Economics from Oxford? says:

          Politics = lying + bullshit

          Philosophy = bullshit + fantasy

          Economics = pseudo-science + lying + bullshit + fantasy

          plus in the case Spineless PR

          so we have

          pseudo-science + lying + bullshit + fantasy + PR

          = great qualifications to lead this land?


          • Mild-mannered superhero says:

            “We need a chemistry graduate in charge again. Well, anything but more …..lawyers, anyway.”
            And what first attracted that chemistry graduate to millionaire Denis Thatcher? The financial backing to take a law degree, that’s what.
            Do your homework, buddy.


          • Bliar says:

            I’ve got a Law dergree – so has Cherry – so we’re the ones to ape – obviously!


        • 200
          res non verba59 says:

          Or not. Andy Hornby was top student at Harvard Business College whilst studying for an M.B.A. Slipped my mind what sort of a success he made of running HBOS.


          • Blowing Whistles says:

            And James Murdoch – was ‘asked to leave’ (?) Harvard – but the worlds Media didn’t dare at the time mention his Coke abuse … [See Book Neil Chenoweth ‘Virtual Murdoch’.


        • 327
          Archie says:

          Stupidest people I’ve ever met were ankle deep in degrees and diplomas!


        • 346
          Pogo says:

          PPE is Oxford’s version of “Media Studies”.


    • 14
      But? says:

      How could Dave possibly do a deal with UIP? They hold Conservative ideals, not socialist.


    • 28
      Four-eyed English Genius says:

      “How many MPs did UKIP prevent Wavy Davy having?” is the question you should ask!


      • 68
        Spartacus says:

        As you ask:

        Bolton West:
        Labour 18,329; Conservative 18,235; UKIP 1,901
        Derby North:
        Labour 14,896; Conservative 14,283; UKIP 829
        Derbyshire NE:
        Labour 17,948: Conservative 15,503; UKIP 2,636
        Dorset mid & Poole:
        Labour 21,100; Conservative 20,831; UKIP 2,109
        Dudley North:
        Labour 14,923; Conservative 14,274; UKIP 3,267
        Great Grimsby:
        Labour 10,777: Conservative 10,063: UKIP 2,043
        Hampstead & Kilburn:
        Labour 17,332; Conservative 17,290; UKIP 408
        Middlesbrough South:
        Labour 18,138; Conservative 16,461; UKIP 1,881
        Morley (Ed Balls):
        Labour 18,365; Conservatives 17,264; UKIP 1,506
        Labour 16,393; Conservatives 14,841; UKIP 3,491
        Plymouth Moor View:
        Labour 15,433; Conservatives 13,845; UKIP 3,188
        Liberal 23,635; Conservatives 23,460; UKIP 1,200
        Somerton & Frome:
        Liberal 28,793; Conservatives 26,976; UKIP 1,932
        Southampton Itchen:
        Labour 16,326; Conservatives 16,134; UKIP 1,928
        St Austell & Newquay:
        Liberal 20,189; Conservatives 18,877; UKIP 1,757
        St Ives:
        Liberal 19,619; Conservatives 17,900; UKIP 2,560
        Labour 15,977; Conservatives 14,996; UKIP 2,428
        Walsall North:
        Labour 13,385; Conservatives 12,395; UKIP 1,737
        Walsall South:
        Labour 16,211; Conservatives 14,456; UKIP 3,449
        Liberal 24,560; Conservatives 23,760; UKIP 1,711
        Wirral South:
        Labour 16,276; Conservatives 15,745; UKIP 1,274


        • 80
          Living in 98 percent white Merseyside says:

          The only good thing they’ve achieved. Orchids to them for that.


        • 104
          Blue Labourite says:

          All these constituencies are in England. Shouldn’t UKIP be called the English Independence Party?
          The Lib Dem vote will collapse in these constituencies, and those voters won’t be going to either the Cons or UKIP. The Labour Party should benefit.


          • Blue Labourite says:

            I forgot to add that I support a referendum on our continued membership of the EU; as I believe it in the best interests of our country, and in order to inflict maximum, perhaps fatal, damage to the Conservative Party.


    • 35
      old git says:

      The Tories promising an in/out vote on Europe after the next election. Yea Right!! and do you think any one would fall for that old bolloks. The Tories are getting desperate but the public will never trust them again or trust Labour. If UKIP join the Tories I will vote BNP rather than vote for the LIBLABCON arseholes


    • 59
      feel good... says:

      it may be that the nation needs more light and bright male energy. ukip, boris and the bankers have this.


      • 216
        'Mad' Hatty says:

        And what about the indispensable energy and creative juices of us Wimmin? – eh? answer me that? !

        You’re just a min! What would you know??


        • 261
          feel good... says:

          wimmin live longer.
          they are more grounded.
          when men cannot hack it, wimmin take charge.
          wimmin have more get.up.and.go spirit.
          olympics were called the wimmin olympics.
          what else can i say to support your viewpoint?


        • 269
          feel good... says:

          female energy is dark, heavy, grounding … like the energy from earth.
          maybe this is what we saw at the Olympics opening ceremony.
          male energy is light, bright … like the energy from the sun. This is the energy of the Olympics games.
          don’t we have plenty of the former and not enough of the latter?


  2. 2
    Kebab Time says:

    Did you know that the mobile phone throwing championships took place?

    On ukip and coalition with them. will not happen, DC is to pro EU to even think about it.

    No Government will give us a referendum on EU, if they did they would then actually having to start to do some proper work ;)

    Oink Oink!


    • 48
      Gordon McFuckwit Broon (Never in the HOC doing the job I am paid for) says:

      Mobile throwing competition….can I do printers as well?


    • 162
      Anonymous says:

      Kebab,if Camron thought he would get the result he desires,then we would get a referendum on the EU. The massive majority of the country are not in favour of our joining which he well knows & so we won’t get one.


    • 207
      The Golem says:

      In the unlikely event of a Conservative/UKIP agreement about a referendum and election candidates, Cameron and his team will renege on it. Anyone who fails to grasp this basic fact of life shouldn’t get out of bed in the morning. I agree, Labour would do exactly the same. These people don’t work for us any more.


  3. 3
    ukip4me says:

    But it’s not just Europe where UKIP are right and Tories are wrong.

    What about energy policy?


    • 27
      Nezza says:

      Don’t get me going about energy policy. Labours (and now Chameleons) asinine commitment to CO2 reduction is going to cost EVERYONE in the country a fortune (apart from rich landowners with subsidised white elephants on their land). We need to repeal any CO2 reduction commitment, get fracking and building Nuclear power stations or the lights will go out or get too expensive for the proles to have switched on.


      • 37
        not a machine says:

        There may be further alternatives which havent seen the daylight yet , I have a number of reservations about current nuclear policy ,


      • 45
        Sir Reginald Sheffield says:

        I’m Samantha Cameron’s daddy and I’d just like to say that I’m only getting 5% of the income from the wind farm on my land, don’tcha know. Dave is a good boy and is a wonderful son-in-law. Tally ho!


        • 174
          Marion the cat says:

          It seems that if the US stops ALL CO2 release tomorrow the effect of the Chinese means it takes us back less than 10 years in real terms …

          Unless the Chinese stop industrialisation, and the South Americans stop wholesale destruction of the rainforest …

          There is bugger all Dave can do, other than cost us money to be directed to already fat cats, that’s politicians for you. All thieving bastards at heart.

          And as for the holier than thou, Anti-fracking brigade, how many old people need to die to make them happy this winter, eh ?


    • 29
      Four-eyed English Genius says:

      And Grammar Schools!


    • 99
      Hang The Bastards says:

      I dont give a fuck what Cameron does. I am never voting Tory again. I am UKIP and I dont care if Labour get in, only then will the Tories learn their lesson, and I am afraid it is a painful one that they will have to learn before the useless twats take any notice.


      • 169
        Anonymous says:

        Hang, you don’t care if LieBour get in? FFS man!
        Suggest you think again;13 years of them with massive majorities & the country left in the sh*t.


        • 332
          Really? says:

          Has Call Me Useless abolished one law the socialists enacted? Nope. Has he slashed government spending on useless expensive shite? Nope, in fact his government are spending more than McMental did. Has the government taken it’s boot off the neck of motorists and the like? Nope. Is his position the same as the rest of the LabLibCon regarding the utterly corrupt EU? Why yes, what a coincidence.

          Call Me Useless, Clagg or Militwat, there’s not an inch of difference between them.


          • Anonymous says:

            WELL SAID! +100^100


          • misterned says:

            Totally Agree! + infinity


          • Anonymous says:

            The Times they are a changing

            Come all the electorate throughout the UK
            It’s time to ignore what the LIBLABCON say
            Lets face it these parties have all had their day
            Our politics need rearranging
            So go out and vote UKIP lets sweep them away
            For the times they are a changing

            Not one of them listens to our point of view
            They’d sooner give our cash to the EU
            So lets kick them out and try something new
            We can’t afford this lot remaining
            Political rethink is long overdue
            For the times they are a changing

            They lied about Lisbon and promised a vote
            There all Europhiles and in the same boat
            Their treachery just bring a lump to my throat
            As each other they just keep blaming
            So send them a message and let them take note
            That the times they are a changing

            We will no longer tolerate lies being told
            Tax breaks for the rich but more tax for the old
            Ruled from the EU and our birthrights sold
            They ignore us when we are complaining
            If we all vote UKIP there out in the cold
            For the times they all need changing


      • 175
        Blowing Whistles says:

        All three major political parties – The Conservatives, Labour and the Liberal Democrats – are finished. They are all ‘totally and utterly corrupted and rotten to their core’. And they have proven it [need I give examples?] over the past 3 years let alone during the reign of terror.


        • 345
          misterned says:

          Sadly, all three failed parties will be propped up by the mainstream media spin machine as being the only credible parties to vote for in a general election and the vast majority of the voting public will still be gullible and buy into the political con! Why? Because the corporatist elite which own the mainstream media also fund the big parties and they know that only these parties will give the corporatist elite the policies that they have bought. More EU, More corporatism, less democracy and fuck the people!


  4. 5
    Malcolm Redfellow says:

    The depths of Guido’s ignorance are indicated by the use of “less votes”. Unless UKIP is on a magic diet, he may mean “fewer”


    • 248

      Yes we’ve done that. As is traditional on these pages, allow Guido to point out that the position of sub-editor is available and unpaid.


      • 305
        Hamish Macbeth says:

        An internship – for no money ….

        DOn’t you take the piss out of the politicians for offering these !!?? !! ; )


  5. 7
    Jean-Luc says:

    Make it so.


  6. 8
    tommy5d says:

    Lib Dems would happily give EU ref in return for PR ref. Perhaps a third ref on giving more power to local authorities could be done at the same time.


  7. 10
    Jimmy says:

    This idea has my full support.


    • 142
      Handycock No1 Trougher in Parliament says:

      I tell you if the Tories go into coalition with UKIP, I will be joining UKIP. Boaz.


      • 179
        Blowing Whistles says:

        Handy – you have made your pact with the devil and his friends – you cannot become an ex-devil worshipper.


      • 193
        Geoffrey Brooking says:

        And still be the only Member of Parliament who is a Portfolio Holder (Cabinet Member) on the local council.


        • 226
          Blowing Whistles says:

          Portsmouth City Council have been on several peoples’ radars specifically for the past twelve months and how they ‘connect’ with the judiciary over at the Pompey Crown & Magistrates’ Courts.


  8. 12
    Old Wilsonian says:

    DNVP + NSDAP. An unstoppable combination. For a while.


  9. 15
    The Mayor of Shiremoor says:

    Hmm. I think I would have less respect for UKIP if it allowed itself to be used for the simple purpose of rigging the election in the Tories’ favour. I want out of the EU. I want an end to insane energy policies. I want a real bonfire of the quangos. And you suggest using UKIP’s support to deny me all those things? Well, UKIP will certainly lose my vote if it gets into bed with the Tories.


  10. 16
    Geoffrey Brooking says:

    Very logical argument Mr. Fawkes.

    Still think the way forward would be a Boris and Hannan Dream Team.

    Maybe then UKIP would see a light?


    • 22
      Lou Scannon says:

      More likely they would be dazzled by the light.
      Boris is the problem. He undeniably has ‘it’, a near-indefinable quality which makes him look good in front of the camera and allows him to get away with all manner of faux pas, but then Blair appeared to have something rather similar and look where that led us.
      Now, if you’d said Farage and Hannan …..


      • 44
        Gawd Help Us says:

        Crikey, would they ever get any air time on the news channels?


        • 50
          The Bovine Bowel Channel says:

          Not if we can help it.


          That’ll be £145.50 or a criminal record.


        • 52
          We are the BBC says:

          Don’t ask silly questions.

          Now pay your telly tax.


          • Princess PC P£atitudinous Po-Face Polytwadd£e, whining down at poor people from her Ivory Tower, says:

            I am a£ways RIGHT! And £ike Tony, I am very Rich!

            And, £ike Tony, I am never WRONG!

            In the midst of the silly season, I just want to remind you to look out for me when I return from my extensive holidays.

            I am booked to make many appearances on the BBC, write my usual inspired essays for my devoted readers in the Grouniad, and assist in the deconstruction and reformulation of Noo£ieBore Policy and prepare for Government when this miserable collection of toffs and dilettantes finally is prised out of Office. Huh!

            Ponziano – bring canapés, drinks, and my secretary! – I’m ready to dictate!


  11. 19
    CHRIST ON A BIKE! says:

    A coalition with a party with no MPs!! Genius!!! It’s the blogasphere silly season as well is it Guido?
    And how many floating voters will run from the Conservatives??? You know the people that run a mile from any form of idealogical or strident politics (as practiced by UKIP). Also it is bollocks to assume that UKIP voters are digruntled Tories. More like they are just plain disgruntled. They are more often than not, protest voters, who can’t stomach voting for the LibDems they way the wet middle-class voters do.

    To assume that their votes would fall into the Conservatives lap, because of an alliance with UKIP is bollocks. They would just go and vote for another bunch of hyper-ventalating old grey-hairs.

    And polling is bollocks, as usual. The Liberals have been polling well above that level in local elections, where UKIP haven’t made any impact.
    Come the next election the Liberals will have 15+% but might find their seat numbers back to 1980’s levels.


  12. 21
    Backwoodsman says:

    Could be a case of ‘events dear boy’. If the EU implodes and the Kippers win a shed load of EU MEP’s seats in 2014, there could be a rapid re-apraisal by the current shower running the Tories.


    • 31
      Talk sense the Tories are going to lose but don't annihilate them too says:

      “………there could be a rapid re-apraisal by the current shower running the Tories.”

      Yes there could………..a rapid re-appraisal that they are heading for Opposition (again)….a coalition with UKIP would just ensure they lost with an even bigger swing…the left wing media especially the BBC would crucify them…


      • 42
        CHRIST ON A BIKE! says:

        Lose??? to who??? Oh yeah, Cock and Balls!!! HA! HA! HA!

        If you believe mid-term opinion polls you’ll believe anything. Most of English speaking parts of England despises Labour and what they did to the country. The media is creating it’s own reality again. Outside of London media circles, Labour haven’t the remotest chance of power.


        • 362
          Dysgwr_Cymraeg says:

          outside of London?…you’re joking: I grew up in a constituency where they’d elect a sheep with a Liebore sticker, and theres lots of them still around ( constituencies that is not the blody sheep lol)
          If only waht you say is correct!


      • 180
        Marion the cat says:

        So, we favour appeasement to the BBC – I choose the word carefully.


  13. 24
    Gordon Brown says:

    today i am interested in the christmas pudding covered trampoline

    i am sure i can improve the springs


  14. 25
    Carlos The Jackal Ver 2.0 says:

    He won’t do any deal.

    Your all trying to put steel in Cameron’s spine, when he hasn’t even got a spine. he flip flops like a jellyfish.


  15. 26
    not a machine says:

    I keep wondering where the Swedish are in the Assange drama , I mean its there arrest warrent that the law requires to be carried out , Sky news just made a loverly point about Blogger in ecudorian jail for extradition no aslyum pleas

    “freinds romans countrymen lend me your embassy”

    I have never thought much about the engagement in asking for a minister to go , but greenbelt is nearly the last straw for me .


    • 34
      The Stage says:

      I felt that Julian Assange’s performance of the balcony scene from “Evita” was wooden and lacked a certain sparkle.The chant “Free Bradley Manning !” didn’t quite have the same drama as “Evita ! Evita !”


      • 39
        not a machine says:

        Ryvita ,Ryvita ???….


        • 81
          imho Mp's integrity isn't worth a bucket of warm spit says:

          Would William Hague care to explain why UK is obliged to extradict Assange to Sweden because a warrant is out for his arrest there, but it was all right to fignore the Spanish warrants for the arrest of General Pinichet and to free him and allow him to return to Chile?


          • Blue remember'd hills says:

            Different times, my friend ! Different times ! The FCO was run by “gentlemen” who honoured their word to a friend of Britain in time of their greatest need and not “Johnnie Come Lately’s” and “Chancers”


          • smoggie says:

            …because those were the decisons of the courts, numbnutz.


          • Billy Bob Hague says:

            Don’t bother me with trifles, I am very busy checking out some tight tee-shirts.


          • A Patriot says:

            The Swedes have never been actual friends of this country. They supplied the Nazi war machine big time, and required payment up front from us for ball-bearings.


          • Blowing Whistles says:

            At page 23 of todays Mail On Sunday there is a ‘comment’ piece by Lord Carlile CBE QC – where he gives his comment / opinion about the Assange affair.

            Cited: Article 19 Freedom of Expression – Universal Declaration on Human Rights (1948) – hence the right to state the following:-

            Lord Carlile’s comment is the most pitiful, billious, contemptible, self agrandizing, egotisticle, narcissistic, duplicitous, self deluding, pompous, arrogant, self promoting, biased beyond belief, partial, one sided, inverted of logic, cognitive dissonance contrived, misbegotten, patronising, drivel strewn, word mangling pieces of sophistry – that I have read in years.

            The man has been wheeled out to spin matters – he is a muppet.


          • Cath Ollick-Myers says:

            Are there any actual warrants out for Blair’s arrest ?
            And, if not, why not ?



      • 121
        CYNICAL OLD MAN says:

        Assange is one nasty egocentric bastard who,by his self righteous meddling is responsible for the deaths of a number of decent, brave people who assisted the West against murderous Islamic fundamentalists. Being accused of rape is bad enough, and he should have the backbone to answer those charges, but to witness his self-pitying, narcissistic and rabble rousing speech on the balcony of the Ecuadorian Embassy just sickened me to my stomach.

        Assange uses people for his own selfish and sinister ends, totally unconcerned about damage he causes. He was absolutely ecstatic at the adulation shown to him by the baying mob of “useful idiots” which had gathered to hear him spout his hysterical and paranoid speech.

        Every so called “friend” or colleague he has ever known has been discarded like a piece of garbage when they have been of no further use to him. I do hope the Ecuadorian government are using Assange for THEIR own purposes and discard him when he is no longer of any propaganda value. Being kicked out of the Embassy into the waiting arms of Plod would be sweet justice for a dangerous sociopathic shit like Assange.


      • 157
        UKIPickled Wizard says:

        Bradley manning – has he been locked up for cycling offences?


    • 40
      JadedJean says:

      “their” you fuckwit!


    • 73
      Education, Edyerkayshun, Eddyookaashun says:



  16. 30
    Carlos The Jackal Ver 2.0 says:

    I see Billy Vague ignored lawyers advice to send the Ecudorian Embassy the letter.

    Those Judo lessons must of went to his head, does he think he is some kind of brusier or something? Was he going to John Rambo the Ecudor Embassy.

    Give the guy power for 5 mins and it goes to his head, maybe thinks worked out for the best when he lost to St Tone.


  17. 32
    Argonrinsing says:

    Tactical voting? Remember the Labour and Lib Dem agreements of yesteryear?
    Conservative and UKIP voters could do the same thing at the next election. There are enough dissatisfied voters (from both major parties) who will vote UKIP at the next Election and swing marginal seats accordingly. We may even see UKIP hold the balance of power thus consigning the Labour party lickspittles to the dust bin of putrefaction


  18. 36
    ed martin says:

    it seems rational to merge a party without policies (EUKIP) with a party too scared of the electoral consequences of its policies to implement them (Tawdry)

    GFawkes’s mooted referendum could put the question: ‘after considering the failures of elective democracy in the UK (viz national bankruptcy & corruption) do you agree that the current system has had its day?’

    (note the diplomatic sidestepping of the issue of Europe?)

    the mob should fall for this ruse easily, ushering in the New Dark Age


  19. 38

    I don’t think a UKIP Pact will *rescue the Tory party…..


  20. 41
    Fruitbat says:

    The EU will not be allowed to fall. 99% of Europe’s politicos are in love with it. It provides great swathes of useless buggers with very well paid ‘jobs’ and they would kill rather than shut down the gravy train.

    They will simply agree to throw good money after bad to keep things clattering along forever. National debts will grow, and if it ends up that Germany and to a much lesser degree the UK pay for all the crap, forever, then as long as they keep their jobs for life they will allow it all to continue, i.e. perpetual crisis.

    There are only two things that will shut down the EU. First, when the markets scream ‘NO MORE!’. Second when things get so sh*tty for the peoples of the EU they revolt.

    After all, we are looking at leaders who have seen fit for the EU to go without accounts for well over 17 years now without seeing fit to sort things out…


  21. 53
    Your Friendly Neighbourhood Electoral Maths Analysis Service says:

    In the event that any UKIPs got elected, which one would expect would need to occur in constituencies where the Tories stood down (how likely is that?), and if the arithmetic puts Toe-rag + UKIP > all others, then the real fun begins! Which Ministries go to UKIP– “Silly Walks” etc.? As simon-pure as many would like to think Nige is as far as his political ambitions go, he still has to demand SOMETHING out of any alliance with Dave! Will the Minister chosen by UKIP be an ass unwilling to budge on certain issues unrelated to the one which got him/her elected? How well will any proposed Minister candidate be vetted to prevent that turn of events? What’s to stop any future coalition of sorts from turning into one resembling the current one, and what’s to stop the UK from turning into Italy, which never seems to have a Majority Government? It’s UKIP doing the standing-down more than the Tories we’re afraid, and we cannot see how doing that ever improves their domestic governance chances should the Tories somehow get a clear majority.


    • 151 says:

      A UKIP?Tory pact only needs to be one in which there is an agreement for Tories not to stand against UKIP for some seats when they have no hope of winning – which is pretty much half the seats in England going off the latest projections and for UKIP not to stand in existing Tory seats and marginal seats where the Tories just lost last time. This would help the Tories a lot but it would also give UKIP a slim chance of winning a few seats (currently it is 0 chance). And it would also give UKIP much more publicity and share of the vote – which could be very useful in future elections.


    • 284
      Gordoom Brhoon says:

      I, personally use the Remedial Maths Class at CurrrrrrrrrCuddeeeeeeeeeeee Acadameeeeeeee for all my stats.

      Combined with the excellent advisors provided by N. Chorea and Mr MuGaby, my stats are replete with cred and well-founded.

      Now, who will challenge me?


  22. 55
    Meanwhile, outside a flat in Knightsbridge says:

    ‘Sweden’s foreign minister has accused his Ecuadoran counterpart of living in a “fantasy world” for granting political asylum to Mr Assange.
    Carl Bildt described suggestions by Ecuador that Mr Assange was subject to political persecution and might be sent by Sweden to face prosecution in the United States over the website’s activities as “grave accusations”.’

    So it’s OK for them to make accusations but not to be accused. They sound like another bunch of socialists flying under false colours to me.


    • 145
      feel good... says:

      . a flat in the land of the knights is pleasing no doubt.
      re matters scandinavian their tele exports are rather grave.
      runs in the blood…..graves……death….all that demonic stuff.
      assange has a light, bright male energy.


  23. 56

    And while in this weeks New Stateman, a good number of Tory economists have now said Osborne has it wrong, and a move to the left is what is required to save our economy, not a move to the right (everyone sing Jesse J). With Osbornes own skilled advisers saying he is wrong how exactly would a further move to the right help this country?

    That said I agree a referendum would be a good idea. Mind you I think Farage would make a good PM.


    • 160
      UKIPickled Wizard says:

      So you’re the one who reads it!


    • 190
      The Paragnostic says:

      By advocating a move to the left, surely they disqualify themselves from the description “Tory economists”?

      They must have been closet Keynsians all along, and for that reason should never be treated seriously again.


    • 228
      Blowing Whistles says:

      ‘Economists’ – that reminds me of the classic saying by Mark Twain when he referred to the ‘mere mention of the word solicitors’ … now what was that saying it’ll come to me when I find it in a few minutes but hey ho – it’s out there.


      • 275
        Cath Ollick-Myers says:

        ‘To succeed in other trades, capacity must be shown; in the law, concealment of it will do.’


  24. 57
    Steve Lloyd. says:

    The biggest reason there will be no referendum, it’s just too lucrative.


  25. 58
    Johnny says says:

    A coalition with UKIP would be a silly idea and only serve to head off any potential (though not likely) successes by UKIP by getting them to compromise on policy.

    The Conservative party doesn’t want to be out of the EU and UKIP spend all their time saying entertaining and necessary things that are ultimately of little consequence. They can afford to say those things because they are a tiny party politically. Once any party is prepared to set out a detailed manifesto for how to leave the EU the public will take them seriously.

    Repealing the European Communities Act isn’t enough. Will we slide back into the EFTA or go it alone? Tell us how you plan to deal with international regulations. The answer isn’t difficult to understand it’s just that UKIP rarely seem to ever get that far in the process.

    The UK sits on many transnational bodies that decide global standards for all manner of regulations and laws like say, drinking water quality or vehicle safety, etc and at present much of it merely passes through Brussels with an EU stamp of approval. We sit on those boards and by and large represent the EU’s view not our own and the other EU members do likewise. It is a massive fudge both to game the process in the EU’s favour (by having lots of seats all saying the same thing) and a recognition that member states aren’t prepared to give up such seats to Brussels (it would do many of the political class out of a job by reducing 28 seats to one and member state governments would also fear being kicked out at the next election).


  26. 61
    Thank G*d we have Guido! says:

    No – that’s not blasphemy. Guido is one of the few people steadfast and purposeful enough to see through the veil and expose the putrid mess of plots and subterfuges that are the daily output of the political ‘elite’ (sic).

    Two years into the first and ONLY term of this largely worthless assemblage of despicable placemen and self-seeking makeweights we have the prospect of a return to the rotten Regime and Bliarist PC crap that Lightweight Dave was meant to sweep away, and indeed promised as much, – together with the infamous Cast Iron whatsit.

    Far past time that ‘Dave’ – the choice of the pathetic ‘Tory’ Party is thrown out and a credible Leader installed. Failing that, an Alliance of National Salvation – even if it does sound over-the-top.


  27. 62
    Beast of the Hague says:

    Ay oop
    The dont like it up em (well some of us do by gum)


  28. 63

    Perhaps the Tories could form a coalition with the BNP? After all their share of the vote was up in the last election while overall voting was down. Can only imagine what will happen this time around, especially if more people dont vote due to giving up on politicians. As die hard party supporters continue to age out you never know.

    The day of political parties being in control of voters is long gone, its all about the will of the people, and this isnt with the main parties, as evidinced by the low turnout last time.

    When all is said and done, come voting day many people are going to be thinking about the job that they lost, the longer hours they are working, their children unable to find jobs, aunt aggies canclled operation, increasing fear of crime from fewer coppers on the streets, the reduced pension pots etc. Oh and the promised economic recovery that never happened.


    • 105
      Oswald Mosley says:

      I’m tanned, rested, and ready. This whole democracy wheeze has just been a fad anyway, if we’re being honest.


  29. 64
    A firm young spad says:

    By eckerslike id love to get me gums around your plumbs Big Willie


  30. 70
    annette curton says:

    UKIP should go to the next election as UKIP and stand or fall by it, why would anybody want to vote for a prospective con/ukip stitch-up as we know cons are Europhiles and will never give the British people a referendum on EU membership, and what about Dave? Mr heir to Blair, will he still be there?.


    • 74
      Gordon Brown says:

      I’ve just stuffed a load of spam in my inbox and it feels nice.


    • 92
      Cressida's Dick says:

      Correct. If UKIP went anywhere near Blue Labour my membership would be in the bin tout suite. If Hannan & his mates are to be totally believable they need to resign their gravy train seats and join the Band of Nutters.


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  32. 83
    Brans(t)on_Pickle says:

    Hopefully this new coalition will see some sense and accept my forthcoming tender for the Southport Lakeside Minature Railway.


  33. 86
    Iain Duncan Smith says:

    Guido will you stop pissing all over the UK electoral system.

    If you continue I shall politely ask you to take the refund and bog off !


  34. 87
    Incapable Vince says:


  35. 91
    keredybretsa says:

    A new word has hit the German media….Grexit…Greece out. In fact several prominent politicians are saying this in the media. But as the government is a coalition the idea gets kicked around until it is lost. There is serious talk of a referendum to reduce the power of Brussels and also regarding the amounts of tax-payers money going to Athens. Rumor has it that a UK printer has a warehouse full of fresh Drachmen ready for Grexit. Guess they’ll soon have..Spexit….Itexit…and…???


  36. 93
    albacore says:

    A Tory conned us into the E U
    Getting shot of it’s the last thing they’d do
    Just like they’re reducing immigration
    But only in Dave’s imagination
    UKIP are suckers for fairy stories
    If they’re sucking up to toytown Tories


  37. 101
    Well it's a thought says:

    So the uconned went after the Libsh*tes over the years and eat them up with promises of power, now the want the UKIP, just like big business buying lilttle businesses and eating them up, oh dear, is the shiny shinees going to be enough to entice Farage back or is he in it for the long term, eventual power, SNP did it why not him.


  38. 106
    Eurotroughers says:

    The euro will never be allowed to break up. At least not until we have drawn our huge inflation proof 24 carat gold pensions. Then you peasants can do what the fuck you like. We will be living in the Bahamas.


    • 131
      Mike Oldfellow says:

      Lovely place. I’m back here now after my triumph at my leftie friend danny’s Olympic opening ceremony. All we media folks are lefties you know, that’s why you need to separate our artistic endeavours from our childish politics.


      • 134
        Mike Oldfellow says:

        Incidentally, living here is just like living in England in the 1950s, though the school children tend to have darker sun tans.


  39. 111
    Stephanie Flounders says:

    How many of you would like to watch me pee all over British industry?


  40. 112
    London Muslim says:

    May I wish IED Mubarak to all readers of this blog.


  41. 114
    Daniel says:

    I think Scottish independence would change things.

    Pretty sure Labour have never won an majority in England, only Scots & Welsh votes get them over the finishing line.


    • 135
      Frasier Neilsen says:

      I have it on good authority from a senior goverment friend that this will never be allowed to happen.


    • 144
      English - not British says:

      Scottish independence would certainly put the cat among the pigeons.

      For starters the bent British establishment would be forced to acknowledge England as a real country and the English a real people, something the fcukers are loathed to do at the moment.

      Or perhaps the thickos in westminster think they could get away with pretending nothing’s changed in a rump Britain, and continue treating England as a migrant dumping ground, and the English as non-people.


      • 156
        Aunty Matter says:

        The problem is Alex Salmond thinks he’s in charge.

        For starters if we got rid of the jocks, they think they can keep the pound and have free access to the English central bank whilst the English pay for it. Then Salmond wants the nuclear submarine bases closed but wants the other bases kept open and paid for by the English. He also thinks Scotland doesn’t need to pay for its failed banks or its share the national debt run up by c u n ts like Brown, Blair and Darling.

        Then Salmond wants free use of English roads and railways again no payment towards them.

        Finally Salmond thinks there is no need for a border, but there is. If the jocks do fuck off (and we can only hope they do) England will have a land border with a foreign country for the first time in 300 years. That means we have no idea who could be entering England from Scotland and as we won’t have control of Scottish ports of entry it’s massive hole for terrorists and other dross.

        So border controls are essential, otherwise it makes a total joke of our security.


        • 314
          Universal Hiss says:

          While Alex is a smug personage, he is a very effective First Minister. No one has barely laid a glove on him.He has not frightened the horses so far.

          Admittedly the debate in Scotland is very poor but you can only work with what you have.

          He’s been quiet just lately. Hatching his push for independence plans no doubt.

          I’m sure many people living in England would like someone fighting so hard for their corner. Seems to me that most politicians in Westminster couldn’t give a flying fuck about England or the U.K. come to that.


          • Anonymous says:

            Salmond is just another slick snake oil salesman.

            I detest the scotch. They have ruined England, and we let is happen.


        • 355
          Grimey Miner says:

          Aunty, Just how many Border Control agents do you think it would take?

          From Wiki “The wall was garrisoned by auxiliary (non-legionary) units of the army (non-citizens). Their numbers fluctuated throughout the occupation but may have been around 9,000 strong in general, including infantry and cavalry. The new forts could hold garrisons of 500 men, while cavalry units of 1,000 troops were stationed at either end. The total number of soldiers manning the early wall was probably greater than 10,000.”

          OK – 10,000 soldiers, fully trained and armed with the latest technology, just to keep out a few hairy arsed Jocks (tip – they failed, miserably).

          Do you think DC would commit one tenth of that force?
          Where would the checkpoints be? Wallsend? Carlisle?

          Have you ever been to the Wall? I have, I have walked it extensively. If I wanted to, I could bring the population of a medium sized English town across the ‘border’ without being seen by anyone.

          Just like in ‘stan, politicians fail to learn from history. (what’s new?)


  42. 115
    Anonymous says:

    Cameron, Blair, Obama , people who just wanted to be president or PM. Good in front of the telly, but never in power nor none of them are ever leaders.

    They just fit in with today’s society”all I ever wanted to do was be on the telly”.

    A life long Tory voter, I will never vote Tory again while the liberal Cameron is in charge.

    I don’t care if my vote lets labour in again, that’s down to cameron, not me!

    Two and a half years already wasted, with not one thing achieved to put this country back on its feet after the country was bankrupted by the viv nicolson party!!


  43. 117
    Wee Eck from Scootlandland says:

    What you need to do is factor in the jocks voting for Independence. A coalition like this would perhaps not be then necessary but if it was it would destroy Labour and kick the lib dummies into the long grass for a thousand years.


    • 136
      Frasier Neilsen says:

      I have it on good authority from a senior government friend that this will never be allowed to happen.


    • 143
      Universal Hiss says:

      Too many thick Weegies about.

      One I know still thinks Gordon is a genius. These sort are so thick they think it’s a good idea being run by a load of ex spad wankers from the home counties as long as they have the red stamp on their arses.


  44. 123
    You know what to do. says:


  45. 125
    oliver twisted says:

    Coalition ain’t required with UKip. A question of more “meat on the bone” of austerity measures. Thin the gruel! Reduce taxes. Too slow and not rich enough with the cuts. My moderate savings and pension are screwed on the altar of supporting those with a mortgage that was not cut to fit their income. Attack the fanciful ideas of a failed opposition, and not pretend [ and accept their excuse [ that 97-2010 never happened. Stuff the biased press. Halt immigration for those entering not capable of initially supporting themselves with their own savings. Actually introduce a citizenship test that includes knowing the language. Remove the incapable LibDem dross from the cabinet. Ban postal voting. Build more prisons to contain the criminal element and failed asylum seeker prior to deporting. Encourage Scotland to go it’s own way- No devomax. Stalking horse threat to force Dave to see reality. Crucify Merve. Stuff the eco faction and build the Severn barrage to gain tidal power free of union involvement.
    Better to go down fighting than go on awaiting failure through being too nice to all .


    • 147
      idea's r us , not very good but would make me happy says:

      Can I add, have a poll tax of £200 a year for all people who voted libor in 3 times, have a tax of 60% for all libor politicians and libor peers and hangers on, a tax of 99% for Brown and Bliar, all second, third , fourth and fifth houses bought by politicians using taxpayers money, corruptly or not to be taken over and sold, the BBC sold off , the military returned to barracks now, uncivil service to be sacked without recompense and one out of every ex uncivil servants rehired at £5 max per hour no expenses and 48hour week, that will get only the people who want to serve the community, no spads or experts, advisors allowed, if you can’t do the job then go elsewhere..


    • 148
      Universal Hiss says:

      Don’t build the Severn barrage. The orange Hain is in favour so it’s bound to be a pile of shit. Self interest(how surprising).Too expensive.

      Start building 10 new nuclear power stations.Blow up all land based wind turbines & demand all monies paid in subsidies back with interest,let’s say inflation + 3%.

      Then get fracking & open up lots of coal mines.

      Give loads of money for R&D to wave power.

      Kill all greens.

      There. That should do it.


    • 163
      Agree says:

      All good stuff

      + lots


  46. 128
    Anonymous says:

    Time we kicked all major parties where it hurts.


  47. 129
    Shorts3600 says:

    The big assumption here is that UKIP would want to form a coalition with a chinless snake oil salesman like DC.


    • 137
      Frasier Neilsen says:

      I have it on good authority from a senior government friend that this will never be allowed to happen.


      • 138
        The Liblabcon cartel of greed, corruption and treason says:

        The British establishment would try and sabotage the UKIP the moment it seriously challenged the rotten status quo.


        • 168
          The Atlantic says:

          The British estalishment can’t even keep tabs on a guy like Julian Assange and prevent him skipping bail into a ruritanian embassy. Do you seriously think they are smart enough to deal with UKIP and the collapse of the Eurozone at the same time?


          • Universal Hiss says:

            Even though he has self-serving creepiness about him,I can’t but admire his front.

            I think the whole thing is quite hilarious. How to make many nation states & diplomats & lawyers & politicians look & behave like total idiots.


          • There are ways - and means says:

            says the state exec****ner


        • 283
          Vichy Dave says:

          I give you my word – and I think you can trust me by now . . . .


  48. 130
    I don't need no doctor says:

    It’s all Bob Crow’s fault.


  49. 139
    Ghost of Enoch Powell says:

    The Eurozone will collapse before the next UK election in 2015, and UKIP will be proved to have been in the right, all along.

    However, politicians who make the right judgement too soon are seldom the ones who reap the benefit.


  50. 141
    Well it's a thought says:

    Nice to see Tariq Ali hanging on to a microphone again, strange the left calling another left wing country names, after all the USA has a left wing president in charge.


    • 146
      pablo says:

      Tarik the Trotter used to annoy me no end in the 60’s-70’s


      • 152
        Universal Hiss says:

        & a few thousand others no doubt.

        Not one for joined up thinking. Nice to see the old faces still behaving like the world has not changed since the sixties.


    • 166
      The Atlantic says:

      Maybe Obama being black and folowing big state, socialistic agendas weren’t enough change he could believe in.


  51. 153
    Aunty Matter says:

    UKIP stand no chance. All they will do is take votes from Tory seats and probably let in Limp Dems.

    The only solution is for the Tories to wake up and sort out the voting system, the BBC and the Unions. That requires new leadership and Cam-moron and his friends to go.

    That ain’t gonna happen.


  52. 154
    Old Wilsonian says:

    ‘Still think the way forward would be a Boris and Hannan Dream Team.’

    Always good to have it confirmed that the right are as loony as the left. You realise, don’t you, that this is a joke team for anyone who isn’t completely up their own arse.


    • 158
      Chuka Urmunneyaround says:

      The joke team would be Balls & Milibandwagon.

      The sad reality is that if that were to eventuate, we wouldn’t be laughing: we’d all be shedding tears within months.


  53. 165
    Independent says:

    What is required is for the Tories, Labour and the Libdems to be defeated at the ballot box by ordinary citizens at the next round of local government elections. That will concentrate minds no end.


  54. 167
    In regard to Con Way Forward, the Tit in No 10 says:

    Nine Principles

    “Your nine principles are right: indeed I believe that they
    are the common ground of the Conservative Party today.”

    The Rt Hon David Cameron MP, October 2005


  55. 172
    Colonel Madd says:

    Errrr…… one slight problem is that the rump of the Lib Dems will wed itself to Labour if theres a UKIP/Conservative tie up


    • 181
      Nada, Zip, Nothing at all says:

      The rump of the LibDems? There won’t be a rump. The LibDems are finished and they know it. I say this as a former LibDem activist. Never again. They will have no party machine on the ground at the next election.


    • 185
      Joe says:

      Back to square one.


  56. 188
    Analyst says:

    Surveus show UKIP voters were drawn from former Conservative, Labour and Lib Dem voters. If UKIP stand down only perhaps 500 out of 1000 would move to Conservative at best.


    • 189
      The Public says:

      And everyne else will refuse to vote. And the rest of the public continue to desert the Labour, LibDem and Conservative parties in droves. In the end we will have parties claiming mandates to govern which would shame parish councils.


      • 206
        Fool me once, shame on you; fool me twice, shame on me says:

        Indeed, I have found they are very many people out there who are feed up to the back teeth with the LibLabCon game.


      • 290
        Hillary Benn says:

        Oh I dont know, Ive dne quite well out of my “majority”


  57. 197
    Fuck the LibLabCon says:


  58. 199
    Universal Hiss says:

    I was quite convinced that Greece would ditch the euro by Easter this year or be forced to.

    Perhaps stranger things may happen & Germany will remove the towel from the lounging states, knowing that Greece,Spain,Portugal,Italy,France & Ireland are all economic basket cases & all the golden euros in the eurozone will not help.

    With the total failure of the euro experiment there would be no need for UKIP et al.

    I must admit to having euro news fatigue.Read it all over & over again.When will something positive actually happen?


  59. 203
    Nick Clegg says:

    Can someone tell me what day of the week it is?


  60. 209
    Testing 123 says:

    Pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea pea


  61. 214
    Ah! Monika says:

    Prince Philip Misses Church With Infection.

    Plans to disinfect the Church.


  62. 217
    Monoculturalist says:

    Took the kids to the Arndale Centre today.

    We played spot the English. After an hour they got bored.


  63. 223
    The full video; not the MSM edited version says:


  64. 225
    Synic says:

    Another soldier killed in Afghanistan. Where is the statement from Dave? Or is thw wxxker still on holiday, no doubt thinking about his gay marriage proposal.
    He is a disgusting loser.


  65. 227
    HenryV says:

    We need a Cromwell or a Churchill. Farage is neither.


    • 239
      Blowing Whistles says:

      There are after the downfall of communism in 1991 – serious doubts as to whether churchill was indeed a bit ‘compromised’ … Many secrets have since 1991 – come out and many zioloons – are not ‘happy’ about it.


      • 246
        HenryV says:

        Some of us aren’t just after the collapse of the EU. Some of us want the whole left wing socialist liberal edifice torn down from political institutions to academic to broadcast media to government offices and agencies. We want the poltically correct West hating duplicitous self serving dishonest cancer cut from our society,


    • 241
      The DNA says:

      Would you be OK with a Cromhill or a Churwell?


    • 318
      Oswald Mosley says:

      Just as in Old Crummy’s day, someone should tell the MP’s “You have sat too long for any good you have been doing lately– Depart, I say, and let us have done with you; in the name of God, go!” Oh, for a Leader like that today!

      I await my nation’s call.


  66. 230
    Anonymous says:

    Good luck to UKIP. They would make sounder coalition allies for the Tories, and the concept is a logical way forward. The Cameroons should join the LibDems.


  67. 236
    Anonymous says:

    Just one simple message to save the Tories – CAMERON OUT!


    • 240
      Anonymous says:

      The sooner he`s out the better.


    • 320
      John sorry-does-my-breath-smell-of curry Major says:

      Each man that’s in the party that’s in goes out, and when he’s out he comes in and the next man goes in until he’s out. When they are all out, the party that’s out comes in and the party thats been in goes out and tries to get those coming in, out. Sometimes you get men still in and not out, especially after they’ve been caught out.
      Got it ?


    • 338
      Floating vote says:

      Don’t talk bollocks!


  68. 245
    Pawn Sandwich says:

    Scotland guaranteed olympic gold when new sport is accepted by IOC.


    • 258
      annette curton says:

      No mention of Nokia (Finnish Telecom company) and no mention of…, just a lame ending about re-cycling, that’s the BBC for you.


      • 278
        Pawn Sandwich says:

        It is a wonder that they ran the clip in the first place considering the delusional one and his history of throwing mobile phones at people is on record.

        Shows you how thick they are, that’s the BBC for you.


        • 280
          Pawn Sandwich says:

          Some leftie twat who applied for his job from a Guardian advert is due for the chop tomorrow.


    • 287
      Slevering Retard watch says:

      Scotland already has achieved Olympic Gold you stupid bigoted fucker. In-fucking-fact we have the UKs greatest Olympian in Chris Hoy and tne most inspirational in Eric Liddle. When I read about bigitory in School I had no idea how fucking stupd it causes people to become. Jesus Chist you are a thick fucker.


  69. 249
    Saffron says:

    Tories/Liebour/Libdumbs are the parties of yesterday a complete and utter bunch of parasites.
    Wavy Davy Spineless – not worth a toss.
    Ed Millicrap – not worth a toss.
    Cleggover – not worth a toss.
    What do we need,well mass protests in a civil way would be a start to make our views known as to what we think of this bunch of misfits so called leading us.
    Finally Knock this EUSSR crap to were it belongs in the dustbin.
    Wakey wakey UK feck off with the reallity tv and sport and get real.


  70. 253
    ukiplocal says:

    Just remind me, why would UKIP trust David Cameron?

    Well, why?


  71. 256
    pablo says:

    chickpeas chickpeas


  72. 260
    welshwiz says:

    In the same way as his predecessor Nathan Mayer Rothschild made his fortune by using his early knowledge of the British victory at the Battle of Waterloo to speculate on the Stock Exchange and make a vast, vast fortune, it now seems Lord Jacob Rothschild is revealing his similar insider knowledge on what’s going on with the world’s soon-to-be replaced financial system.


    • 335
      AEP says:

      Hardly insider knowledge. We can all see it coming. It is more a case of how long the can gets kicked down the road.


    • 357
      Blowing Whistles says:

      And when all the imaginary and false ‘debts’ get wiped out – hopefully the knock on will wipe out some of the oldest and most despicable banking dynasties.


  73. 266
    Precious One says:

    Man up Assange. If you are innocent of rape face your day in court.


  74. 281
    Aunty Matter says:

    The BBC mong doing their paper review just tried to defend Assange, spouting on about how the Ecuador government has offered to question Assange on their behalf or that Swedish police could come over and interview him and this should be good enough.

    But the BBC have forgotten their beloved EU has dictated that he be sent to Sweden, funny that when it suits then the BBC like to ignore the rulings of our courts and the EU.


  75. 291
    Grot says:

    The BBC considers UKIP as a racist party. Heard it tonight on the BBC4 radio they are the same as the BNP as far as the BBC is concerned.


  76. 292
    Fernando says:

    So why does the BBC approve if Scotch Nationalism but not British Nationalism?


    • 294
      The first thing that popped in to my head says:

      Because they’re hypocritical two-faced traitorous biased c’unts?


    • 306
      Thompson Major says:

      Could it possibly be that you meant to say ‘English Nationalism’ rather than ‘British Nationalism’, old chap ?


      • 311
        Very says:

        Think you will find that the UK in UKIP means the United Kingdom Tomo.

        Why does the BBC regard an independent but United Kingdom a a bad thing?


        • 315
          Thompson Major says:

          Good question, but not as an answer to mine.
          I was merely pointing out, albeit obtusely, that Scotland is a part of Britain – for now, anyway. If Scotland is to be termed a nation then so is England, whereas Britain should then be termed a country; that is indeed the convention.
          The EU would love Scotland to separate from Britain, of course – divide and rule and all that guff.


          In answer to your question, the answer must surely be that the BBC is infested with fifth columnists.


  77. 324
    DC Promotions says:

    Hello Fans

    I hope you don’t mind me posting on here. I just want to alert you to a One-Man Comedy Show taking place at the Bullingdon Club at 8.0pm tonight David Cameron wwill be starting his run up to the Edinburgh Festival with this exclusive show. You’ll be aware how successful he has been during the wonderful Olympics 2012 so I am sure you will only want him to do well. Now I know you are a load of old tarts here so come on down and join David for the evening – you might enjoy yourself and, of course, allow some of that Olympic spirit to rub off on each other.

    here’s a few of his epic moments taken from our archive dancing to the spice girls rides the underground nannying and nappies the EU


  78. 329
    Archie says:

    Good grief, Guido, old Nige must have the Tories shitting bricks, just look at all the trolls that they’ve unleashed! C U N T S!! GO NIGE!!


    • 337
      albacore says:

      The toytown Tories, all at a stroke
      Could cook the goose of that Farage bloke
      One referendum’s what it would take
      But that’s a move Cast Iron won’t make


  79. 339
    Gordon Brown says:

    Damn that Julian Assange, details of my up and coming nappy changes have been released on Willileaks.


  80. 342
    daveyone1 says:

    Reblogged this on World4Justice : NOW! Lobby Forum. and commented:
    Here is hoping!


  81. 350
    Spunk says:

    you lot are insanely obsessed with left and right politics. For the far (ish) right is more like the socialist left more than you’ll ever know.

    Think of the political spectrum as a circle, with the two opposing ends (far left & far right) joining at the bottom.


  82. 353
    Mark Wouters says:

    Everything is run by the CIA ,there is no such thing as left and right , the usa forces are defined in my humble opinion as “FRONTLINE FAT CLUB”they push terror onto the worlds poor and call it a crusade aginst terrorists ,its all fixed so that the rich keep getting richer and the poor starve.
    Israel is trying to obliterate itself ,taking bets on who can destroy them first by their own side mossad,the iranians will kick israel and us ass,just like the Vietnamese did not so long ago.


  83. 366
    Clear Sight says:

    Ed Balls (Labour Co-op) 18,365
    Antony Calvert (Conservative) 17,264
    James Monaghan (Liberal Democrat) 8,286
    Chris Beverley (BNP) 3,535
    David Daniel (UKIP) 1,505

    First, the UKIP candidate came LAST. Second, how do you know the votes the UKIP candidate got were ex-Tory voters and not BNP-lite? Third, going by your logic, perhaps the Tories should have a pact with the BNP, that way the Tory candidate would have had a bigger majority.


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Austrian Chancellor Werner Faymann on Cameron’s refusal to pay the £1.7 billion EU bill by December 1st:

“Well, then he’s gonna pay on December 2nd”

Mycroft says:

Have you read the last bit of Animal Farm?

You know where the animals are looking through the Farmhouse window?

My TV screen was that window at lunch-time today.

Be careful, the sudden self-congratulatory tone, the slightly pudgy outline of indulgence and you become exactly what you should despise.

The jolly face of the Quisling Cameron poses for your camera has mesmerised and deceived you, you who were once not so deceived.

You were no firebrand, you were a damp squib in my opinion, sorry.

You need a damned good kick up the ahse!

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