September 12th, 2012

PMQs LIVE: The Truth Edition

Comment in the comments please…


  1. 1
    Steve Miliband says:

    Cover lites not cheap you now

  2. 2
    Hopeful says:

    Can’t tune on til 12.15 :(

    Dam you in flexible flexy time

  3. 4
    Steve Miliband says:


  4. 5
    Steve Miliband says:

    Hello, is anyone out there?

  5. 6
    Sphincter Squirrel says:

    What have YOU got against women Chris Bryant?

  6. 7
    Chuka says:

    I am a Chukwit

  7. 8

    union bashing.
    What do you say to trade union coordinated,crippling, economy damaging strike, Ed?

  8. 9
    Dave Laws says:

    Dave looking red and frowny already. And Gideon looks ill to me.

  9. 10
    Anonymous says:

    Time for your orgasm, 8illy

  10. 12

    “the fall in unemployment is welcome “..says Ed…forgetting to add..”but not for me”

  11. 13
    The Sleeper says:

    Moribund sounds more nasal (or was that anal) than ever.

  12. 14
    Sir Dick Scratcher says:

    Why no Live Chat? What’s the prob? GF on hols?

    • 24
      misterneddy says:

      The old providers of the live-chat technology got greedy and raised their prices to a level which the market-place thinks is too high.

  13. 15
    Afghanistan Banana Stand says:

    Noddy Balls..

  14. 16
    Steve Miliband says:

    nasal ned naueous

  15. 17
    dunstall says:

    Cmeron off to a good start,stick it to red ed with his union paymasters

  16. 18
    Anonymous says:

    Go Ed – nail the slippery bastard

  17. 18
    Dave Laws says:

    Tractor stats time from Dave.

  18. 20
    Afghanistan Banana Stand says:

    Will Ned ask about Cleggy’s ‘bigot’ gaff?

  19. 21
    Predistribution now! says:

    Ed has got his special caring voice today

  20. 22
    The Sleeper says:

    Is that a snot dribble patch on Moribunds tie?

  21. 23
    Steve Miliband says:

    So there was no long term unemployed 1997-2010?

    • 38

      Vicky Garrbageshire on 5 live was most confused how unemployment was falling month on month when the horrible Tories were in power?

      • 43
        jgm2 says:

        And with 600,000 public sector worker less on the payroll already. It is almost as if the private sector is indeed generating jobs. It must do their fucking heads in.

        • 55
          misterneddy says:

          Ahhhh, but according to the BBC, it’s not good news. There is something wrong with private enterprise creating jobs instead of the state.

        • 110
          AC1 says:

          Extortion funded sector just kills job.

          Less extortion.
          Less parasites.
          Less interference.

          More cuts, faster please.

  22. 25
    Afghanistan Banana Stand says:

    Nice dig, Cameron…

  23. 26
    stroppycow says:

    The Truth Edition ?? FFS dream on.

  24. 27
    illogical says:

    Miliband quoting numbers appears to be confusing Balls!

    • 41
      jgm2 says:

      If Miliband is quoting numbers he’d better be sure they weren’t supplied by Balls. That’s how Balls undermined postie.

  25. 27

    Pre destitution.

    Labour will attempt to make us all poorer before they get into power.

  26. 29
    Schards says:

    Ed absolutely floundering. Resorting to “do you personally benefit from 50p tax cut” is absolutely desperate

  27. 30
    dunstall says:

    Millionaires like is brother and Blair and the Prime Mentalist is he in by the way ?

  28. 32
    Predistribution now! says:

    Ed really has no sense of humour at all

  29. 33
    Ed Miliband says:

    uh, that well down the toilet…

  30. 34
    The Anglo Saxon says:

    Did he just call Bercow Mr Butch ? :))) silly arse.

  31. 36
    Ed Miliband says:

    hey, I speak human!

  32. 37
    Afghanistan Banana Stand says:

    Minger alert

  33. 39
    robbie says:

    Brilliant stuff on another demob happy day for the expense troughers

  34. 40
    dunstall says:

    She hasnt got any

  35. 42 says:

    Why does Cameron never mention that under Labour for 12 years and 11 months the top tax rate was 5% lower than it is now?

    • 47
      Dave Laws says:

      Because we could afford it until the banksters moved in to f**k up the economy.

      • 52 says:

        Brown buggered up the economy by allowing the banks to offer CFDs and 110% mortgage relief.

        When did hit occur to the moron that this was not prudent?

        • 67
          jgm2 says:

          He knew it wasn’t prudent. Or he should have known. But he didn’t give a shit. I genuinely believe that Brown thought that Blair would serve one term and then he (Brown) would take over and serve the next term. All Brown’s thinking was based on the idea that the gig only had to last for ten years and then, in the normal election cycle, Labour would be out of power and they’d be handing a completely fucked economy to the T*ries that hadn’t quite collapsed yet.

          That’s why Brown went so mental when Tony refused to go. There he was – stuck with the consequences of his own reckless ambition.

          And, to nobodies surprise – except the extremely stupid – the economy duly collapsed. And who was to blame? Why, everybody else on the entire planet except Brown.

          What a c*unt.

      • 56
        jgm2 says:

        If they ‘fucked up the economy’ back in 2008 then why didn’t you increase the tax rate then rather than wait until the eve of an election to ignite a class war? Or was it because Brown fancied another two years at 40% tax himself but was prepared to sacrifice a few quid at the last moment just to restart the class war?

        Didn’t Brown, the c*unt, actually cut the PM’s salary – to start after the election. Thus handing Cameron a pay-cut?

        What a c*unt.

    • 48
      Schards says:

      10% lower, it will only be 5% lower in April 2013

    • 133
      Anonymous says:

      Just remind me,who removed the 10% starting rate of income tax?

  36. 45
    Afghanistan Banana Stand says:

    motorboat alert..

  37. 46
    dunstall says:

    The Kumars live next door

  38. 49
    anon says:

    Goodness , gracious me

  39. 50
    Mad Frankie Maude says:


    I can reveal that David Cameron is indeed a recipient of the cut in the top rate of income tax.

    Sadly “Butch Dave” didn’t have the balls to admit this at PMQ’s !

    • 64 says:

      And Balls and co were recipients of the 40% rate for 12 years and 11 months they were in office on top of their fiddling of expenses – like flipping houses. Did they really this butch crutch?

  40. 51
    Afghanistan Banana Stand says:

    Climate change minister? FFS!

  41. 53
    Afghanistan Banana Stand says:

    Subtitles please

  42. 54
  43. 58
    Dave Laws says:

    No gongs for the ladies? Answer the question, Dave.

  44. 60
  45. 61
    dunstall says:

    Send them up the chimneys

  46. 62
    Predistribution now! says:

    How do these cretins get elected? Oh, she`s from Glasgow.

  47. 65
    Afghanistan Banana Stand says:

    Taff alert

  48. 69
    Dave Laws says:

    Is he getting at me?

  49. 70
    dunstall says:

    Dowd has forgotten Mandelson

    • 77 says:

      And Blunkett. Not so much second chances for them – but third chances.

      • 79
        Charlie Clarke says:

        I came back twice. but i was only following Blunkett who had already come back twice. But then there was Jowell and Buyers who didn’t even go once.

        The limpet cabinet they called us.
        And not just because we were so limp.

  50. 71
    The Anglo Saxon says:

    Not the best choice of words then Dave, me thinks that will rebound on you, though you deserve a second chance as well :)

  51. 73
    Laws of the Bungle says:

    I deserve my second chance !!…and a second chance to get my hands on a wheelbarrow load of expenses.

  52. 74 says:

    the LIB Dems: not so much green as cabbage looking.

  53. 75
    The Anglo Saxon says:

    One should always learn by your mistakes.

  54. 76
    dunstall says:

    Game set and match to Dave new balls please

  55. 78
    Dave Laws says:

    Frack off Dave – and answer a question just for once.

    • 80
      Pride says:

      I say..what a knob you are.
      I think you are anti gay with all your attacks on David laws.

      Are you a self loathing closet, or an out and out tranny?
      Or just a repressed geek?

    • 83
      Under the previous government says:

      “Would the prime minister please explain why, if he’s abolished ‘boom and bust’ we have a deficit of 180bn quid this year and a contraction of 6% in GDP”

      [Gordon Brown - for 'tis he] ‘M..M..Mm….. Mr Speaker, (Groans from Tories – Half sits down – Speaker shouts ‘Order Order’ – Half gets up – half sits down) M .. M.. Mr Speaker (repeat up-down sequence) under this government Surestart schemes have ensured that an extra 20,000 people are achieving grade ‘C’ or above in GCSE Pottery…’

      [Labour Party] Cheers. Waving of order papers. ‘Oh, he has a great grasp of detail doesn’t he…?’

      • 94

        Please don’t bring back those memories of the awful idiot at PMQs.
        His trembling hands, balled into fists. His greasy hair and loutish manner. Flopping about at the box, inanely bellowing through his made up statistics in response to a feeble planted question from one of his dimwitted MPs.

        Ghastly experience for the nation. And worse for us MPs who had to be there. The smell was quite extraordinary.

  56. 82
    Sandra in Accounts says:

    Is this really the best we have to run our country?

    Small time opportunisits & sneering troughing traitors.

    If that whole place got vapourised right now I would only mourn the fabulous building.

    • 89 says:

      I would dance on all their gravy trains.

    • 128
      The Golem says:

      No, they’re not, I’m sure, Sandra. They are the caretakers going through the motions during the transitional period between self-governing democracy and the planned vassal state.

  57. 85
    Hannibal from Carthage says:

    US Ambassador in Bhengazi has just been murdered !!!!!!!!!

    I said Cameron should keep us out of this.

    This is an act of War.

    • 88
      jgm2 says:

      If it is (an act of war) then it is an act of war against the Americans.

      Fuck all to do with us.

      • 90 says:

        Unless Tony Blair (my price is ten million quid) comes back.

      • 92
        Pawn Sandwich says:

        The Middle East Peace Envoy should get imvolved. Maybe he can sort it out.

      • 98
        CHIN CHIN says:

        ”Fuck all to do with us.”

        TRUE but the Haji’s won’t just stop once they’ve defeated the USA. We are all on the same checklist for lands that need conquering for the caliphate.

        Not that I want to get involved either or see us in Iran either especially with the limp wrists we have as leaders as today that expect kids to fight with one arm tied behind their backs against the barbarians.

        The only way to beat them is drop a few nukes on them like Japan and drill it into their thick head that Allah won’t save them from being wiped out of existence but that will never happen in this day and age.

        • 102
          jgm2 says:

          Sooner or later the yanks will tire of their petulant nonsense. I’m amazed they didn’t glass over the Middle East post 9/11 but one day the fuckers will go too far. Although if 9/11 wasn’t ‘too far’ I dread to think of what it will take to tip the Americans over the edge.

          I do know who I’d back to be standing at the end of it though.

          • SP4BS says:

            I don’t know what “glass over” is supposed to mean. is it “have wars with random countries for made up reasons” ?

          • jgm2 says:

            ‘Glassing over’ would involve lots and lots of hydrogen bombs turning the sands of the Middle East so hot that they turned to glass. You wouldn’t have to bother with seismic. You’d be able to walk around (after it had cooled down) and peer through the glass and look at the oil below.

        • 108
          Old Tory Bigot says:

          Too many of the fuckers in our midst to make this a comfortable strategy.

          If the ME was nuked the home-grown jihadists would go nuts.

          • jgm2 says:

            They might. But we know where they live.

          • SP4BS says:

            Unless you believe Tony Blair, those “home grown jihadists” didn’t germinate until well after 2001.

          • Old Tory Bigot says:

            I think probably a fair proportion of ‘ordinary peace-loving muslims’ would suddenly decide they were jihadists.

            A civil war could ensue.

          • AC1 says:

            They germinated on landing in the U.K.

          • SP4BS says:

            Complete rubbish, AC1, for more than one reason.

          • Only in the Graun says:


            Unless you believe Tony Blair, those “home grown jihadists” didn’t germinate until well after 2001.

            I covered the Salman Rushdie demo in Hyde Park in 1989 in my then capacity as a photojournalist. I have been in some very risky situations but it was really quite frightening. The mad imams were stirring it up big time. “Death to the UK, Death to the USA, Death to … everyone basically”

            Don’t fucking tell me they were not here hating our guts before 2001. Fucking nonsense!

        • 109
          SP4BS says:

          So, the terrorists have a “todo” list.
          1) destroy america.
          2) buy some milk.
          3) Invade spain.

          I think we’ll risk them getting to item 4.

    • 99
      jgm2 says:

      From the halls of Montezuma
      to the shores of Tripoli..

    • 107
      Nadine Dorries says:

      I have no further comment at this stage.

    • 122
      AC1 says:

      Arab “spring” and the Libyan “kinetic military action” (not a war oh no) are looking like another triumph for the Obama regime.

  58. 91
    Pre-distridistridistribution says:

    Share it around Comrades – providing us Top Dogs get most.

  59. 100
  60. 114
    Sir William Waad says:

    Rip-off warning below!

  61. 117
    fools says:

    Could all those MPs who enthusiastically backed our intervention in LIbya please raise your hands…

  62. 119
    Gordon Brown says:

    I can’t find my favourite Young Socialist training beaker!! Has one of you bigots taken it?

  63. 129
    Hannibal from Carthage says:

    Wayne Rooney just said that everyone involved in the Hillsborough cover up should be brought to justice .

    Joey Barton is in tears.

    Mr Cameron as Prime Minister is very sorry . His Government too is very sorry .

    High up people are going to have to be prosecuted now .

  64. 130
    the savant says:

    hey gweed

    you know that advert on yr site which shows a ballerina with her arse poking through a ceiling ?

    Are we expected to climb up a ladder to ” minister ” to it ?

    Surely a health and safety issue arises there — or two or three or four .

  65. 132
    stroppycow says:

    Ooh! I think I’m getting one of my heads.

  66. 135
    Hey Lordy, pick a bale of cotton. says:

    Fucking hell, Hillsborough was 23 years ago! Most of the officials involved will be dead or long retired by now.
    This farrago of hand-wringing nonsense has been kept alive by twats who need a “cause” – any old cause will do, to give meaning to their dull and myopic lives.
    Time to move on.

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