September 17th, 2012

Jacqui Smith will upset the left with her latest Progress column:

“the success of the academy programme and the transformation of schools which it achieved is one that Labour members should be proud to claim as their own.”


7 Comments

  1. 1
    Anonymous says:

    woohoo!! first comment!

  2. 2
    James says:

    Why would it? That breed of academies is totally different to those introduced by the coalition.

  3. 4
    Biased Bullshitting C.nt says:

    Why is the unelectable fat cow still hanging around?

    • 5
      BBC continuity says:

      Unfortunately we can’t use our perfectly pc fat cow on This Week just now so we now have plan b fat cow.

    • 6
      Another Northern Twat says:

      The pig in knickers is hanging about like a bad stench. Why doesn’t she just bog off and ‘spend more time’ with her porno hubby?


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A confused Nick Griffin says Nigel Farage is a shill for the City, forgetting that City banks want to stay in the EU:

“Farage is a snake oil salesman, but a very good one. His supposed anti-immigration stance is all smoke and mirrors, as is his carefully cultivated image as a ‘man of the people’. The truth is that UKIP is a pro-immigration party that exists to lobby for the interests of the City of London.”



Alexrod says:

It’s money innit.


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