September 10th, 2012

Rich & Mark’s Monday View


204 Comments

  1. 1
    @ontablets says:

    Now that’s my idea of a man’s man.

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  2. 2
    C Huhne says:

    That’s my kind of girl.

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  3. 3
    John Moss says:

    Mind Soap, NOW!

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  4. 4
    Y Knott says:

    WTF ?

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  5. 5
    Cato Street Conspirator says:

    More taxing? But the Coalition already put VAT up to 20%.

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    • 8
      smoggie says:

      Yeah, that’s the Liberal misled Coalition.

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      • 50
        Forkbender says:

        Go on Smoggie, Vat is the Tories favourite form of taxation, even Guido has waxed lyrical about sales tax instead of income tax, Gideon is starting to thrash around now raising vat again to 221/2% is not on at the moment, it might have got through that raising vat cuts down the amount purchased, but do not rule out a lot of NON-VATABLE items coming under scrutiny, eg got kids, kids clothes non-vatable at present

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        • 65
          Left wing Socialist fuckwit says:

          don’t vote Labour then knob and we would not be in this position in the first place

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          • Forkbender says:

            I don’t vote Liebore ducky, I am a floating voter, the sort of person Tories should be cultivating, pointless talking to the converted, congratulations I will not now be voting tory unless they get their act together but at present there is no sign of that.

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        • 75
          ho hum says:

          If you have kids, and if you have been to any of the main retail outlets recently, you will already know that kids’ clothes cost just about the same an those of an adult. So if those kiddy clothes prices go up, we may expect to see lots more “raggedy-arsed urchins” wandering the streets.

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    a non says:

    Yvette has never looked lovelier

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  8. 9
    smoggie says:

    Eeeew. So that’s what he wears under his Nazi uniform ?

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  9. 10
    Proud says:

    There was a lot of cynicism about the Olympics but I think we should be proud that we pulled it off without a single hitch. And we should grateful to the intelligence services, who for once didn’t fuck up, and the dozen or so arrests they made before the games which prevented any muslim atrocities being committed.

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  10. 11
    Vince Cable says:

    Hey Ed, fancy a 3 in a bed with Steph Flounders?

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  11. 12
    smoggie says:

    Bit of the ol’ Gay Gordon’s Nokia back lob in there, I see.

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  12. 13
    Mitt Moroney says:

    I’m not sure that the Brits are really ready to host the games. As I said to Mr Leader, Ed Miliband, I wear magical underwear and I wish to spread the beauty of Mormonism.

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  13. 14
    Disgusted of Tunbridge Wells says:

    MY EYES!

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  14. 15
    John Prescott says:

    I wear a jock strap and like to cover myself in maple syrup and HP sauce for Tracy to lick off. Sorry, I should’ve warned you to have mind bleach ready. Too late now.

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  15. 18
    Bevanite Ellie says:

    Can you see why he’s so hard to resist?

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  16. 20
    Watch Blinky's reaction to Cameron's butch comment says:

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  17. 23
    The BBC says:

    #croft!

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  18. 26
    Well it's a thought says:

    Hell!, what a bloody horrible thing to cast your eyes on first thing on a Monday morning, ughh!.

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  19. 28

    Never use a rapier when a sledgehammer will do.

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  20. 29
    Brendan Barber says:

    The person in the cartoon is suffering as a result of the austerity programme in the UK.

    He can’t afford decent clothes or a full body wax,poor chap.

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  21. 34
    Raving Loon says:

    Why is Cable the business secretary? Surely it should be someone who doesn’t hate business?

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  22. 35

    This must be the first time in recorded history of Rich and Mark cartoons that there has been no doubt about who the subject is supposed to be.

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  23. 36
    Ah ffs , how about getting back to global warming says:

    I thought the Olympics had finished, yet it’s still all over what they call News in this country, I wonder how many billions it’s cost us for this month of so called “sports”

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    I CAN'T SQUEAK FOR ANYONE ELSE BUT CAMERONS TOAST says:

    The only clue to who the fuck it’s suppose to be is the mobile phone being thrown
    but it looks nothing like the Mental One !

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  25. 52
    Phil says:

    Labour party slapper finally reveals his inner self.

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  26. 58
    Gonk says:

    An eighteen stone trannie with soap, I recognised Balls straight away.

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  27. 59
    The BBC Fondlegate spokesperson says:

    Andrew Marr is a good Marxist, he can do no wrong. But had it been a Tory, we’d be demanding his resignation!

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  28. 62
    Baron Von Blooperbumstadt says:

    Ahh!

    If you have ever wondered what the fragrant Yvette would look like in the bed chamber then wonder no more.

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  29. 66
    SP4BS says:

    Ed Balls. His theories of endogenous post growth thingies live on.

    Get the middle classes raiding their savings to make conservatories. As hestletine said “thats balls”.

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  30. 83
    Mark Oaten says:

    He looks very dishy, does he do smearing and does he have a coffee table?

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  31. 89
    Meanwhile says:

    More than 100,000 Russian citizens could qualify for EU passports under a little-noticed law change in a former Soviet country.
    Latvia – which in recent years has seen a large exodus of its people to Britain and Germany, many taking low paid jobs – is to open its doors to ‘an unknown number’ of Siberians.

    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2200821/More-100-000-Siberians-EU-passports-Latvia-changes-little-noticed-law.html#ixzz263Nes2wv

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  32. 92
    Spitting Image says:

    Is that David Owen?

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  33. 97
    Ding Dong says:

    Ed Balls would be better depicted as a purple Bell End

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    I CAN'T SQUEAK FOR ANYONE ELSE BUT CAMERONS TOAST says:

    It’s David Laws Boyfriend/Landlord , realising he’s now back in the money

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  35. 116
    nellnewman says:

    +++Laugh+++ bullyballs says he and bumblingvince are going to fix the economy!

    Fix of course is the operative word as ‘fix’ is what folks do when they’re fiddling the books. They’d be marginally more comic at it than gordon was and twice as incompetent.

    predistribution (whatever that means), quantitative easing and spend spend spend until the crash comes – ‘great’ policy!!

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  36. 147
    Anonymous says:

    not one article about our great ex leader claiming 127.000 pounds expenses for one debate the media are shit

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    • 154
      jgm2 says:

      A bargain.

      Look what he managed to ‘achieve’ when he was hanging about the place 24/7.

      Longest and deepest recession in almost a century. Biggest deficits in history. Trebled the national debt in only nine years.

      If only he’d stayed away from 1997 onwards.

      It’s worth millions to keep him away. He’s the Typhoid Mary of the British economy.

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    • 158
      nellnewman says:

      What absolutely amazes me are the huge sums of money (although nowhere near what bliar commands) that people are paying gordon to go and give speeches. What idiots would pay good money to go and listen to a disastrously failed so called ‘economist’ conman?

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      • 161
        jgm2 says:

        Money laundering. For services rendered. Show up at some hotel overseas. Give a one hour ‘speech’ to some quasi-governmental foreign organisation. Get paid a shit-load of cash. What other conceivable explanation is there?

        The other classic is John Prescott being feted as an environmental guru by the Chinese. The jackass who, with a team of 2,000 to make him feel important, decided to build 100,000 homes on a flood-plain. Yeah. The Chinese could really learn from that guy.

        What do you think they were buying? His unique environmental knowledge? Of course not. They were hoping to get him pissed up or in a compromising situation with the maid so that he might reveal some national secrets.

        I don’t know whether or not they succeeded. I can’t believe Blair would have trusted Prescott with any important information.

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      • 180
        Tennessee waltzer says:

        Ya’all called?

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  37. 155
    Flatcap Army says:

    I think I have just vomited my anus out of my mouth

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  38. 164
    Aunty Matter says:

    More taxes?

    VAT at 20%

    National insurance up

    Petrol duty up

    I’ve still got 5p left at the end of every month, Labour wants that as well do they?

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    • 168
      jgm2 says:

      No. They want you to keep that 5p. They’re calling it ‘predistribution’.

      Previously they would have taken that 5p, sent it all around the houses taking an administrative cut at each point and then given you 2p back and called it ‘redistribution’.

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  39. 166
    IQ 105.1 says:

    Is there a connection?

    The British child brides: Muslim mosque leaders agree to marry girl of 12… so long as parents don’t tell anyone
    In an undercover investigation, two imams said they would be prepared to officiate at the wedding of an underage girl to a man in his twenties, despite fears the pair would later have sex.

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  40. 170
    ed martin says:

    the basic rate of tax on earnings is c40% (add income tax, 2x NICs, community charge)

    this should be raised?

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    Reds Under the Bed says:

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      nellnewman says:

      I do wish they’d give bullyballs more airtime – he is a great comic on economic issues. Talks such a load of twaddle all the time. More he’s exposed to the public the more they’ll understand what a disaster he’d be as chancellor.

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      • 183
        jgm2 says:

        The BBC (and Andrew Marr) give Toxic Ned all the airtime he wants. Then they bowl him nice underarm questions of the sort ‘Mr Balls, what do you think should be done to improve the UK economy after the Golden Legacy left by Labour was ruined by the Tories…’

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        • 189
          annette curton says:

          Andrew likes to push at the boundaries of credibility as in his statement that his wife did not pack his suitcase and tell him to go, (this of course could be technically correct as he probably packed his own suitcase and left of his own accord before his penis got cut off with a bread knife) despite being photographed leaving the matrimonial home with a suitcase in his hand and then getting into a taxi very shortly after arriving back from his innocent night out.

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    nellnewman says:

    http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/exclusive-ed-balls–im-planning-a-proper-wealth-tax-8107090.html

    I see the neoendogenous balls says he’s planning a proper wealth tax whilst militwit says he’ll do no such thing as he is planning a predistribution policy, whatever that is.

    Either way they don’t look capable of managing their kids pocket money so I doubt the electorate will hand them back the keys to the UK’s massive overdraft that they bequeathed us in 2010.

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  43. 186
    annette curton says:

    Amazon are building huge new predistribution warehouses at strategic points in the U.K which will be up and running in time for Xmas, they have already started recruiting extra Elves, and Reindeer are being shipped in from Lapland, CEO Santa Klaus said: “Tiny Tim and all hard working families will be showered with free gifts, it’s the right thing to do, Ho!Ho!Ho!, climb upon my knee sonny boy”.

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  44. 187
    Baron Hogwash says:

    Yvette will not be happy with her hubby showing off his prize balls in public.

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  45. 204
    Hertz Vanrental says:

    If that’s not Sally Bercow then I’m a Dutchman.

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