October 2nd, 2012

Ed Will Give You Déjà Vu

When you sit down to watch Ed Miliband’s speech at 2:15pm you may find that all of a sudden a funny feeling comes across you – the feeling that you’ve heard these very lines before. You wouldn’t be wrong.

This afternoon Ed will tell the Manchester conference hall: “My family hasn’t sat under the same oak tree for the last five hundred years. My parents came to Britain as immigrants, Jewish refugees from the Nazis”. Almost word-for-word identical to an article he wrote for the Telegraph in June: “My family have not sat under the same oak tree for the last 500 years. My parents were Jewish refugees from the Nazis”

Always looking out for the little guy, Ed will give us an anecdote about unemployment today: “The young woman I met earlier this year at a youth centre in London. She had hope and ambition, she bubbled with talk about her future, she had sent off 137 CVs but not even had a reply to any of them”. The very same anecdote he used in a speech on jobs in March: “Like the young woman I met recently at a youth centre in London. She had sent off 137 CVs, and hadn’t got a single reply”.

Ed’s also going to tell us all about his favourite teacher today: “I still remember the motivation, the inspiration from some amazing teaching. It was a tough school, but one with order, because of the scariest headmistress you can imagine, Mrs Jenkins”. Just like he did in a party political broadcast in April: “We had an incredibly tough, incredibly charismatic headteacher at my school… nobody messed with Mrs Jenkins”.

And what about small business? This afternoon Ed will say: “The small businessman I met in July, Alan Henderson, proud of the sign-making business he built up over 40 years. Alan was ripped off by the bank he had been with all that time and has been living through a nightmare ever since”. The same Alan Henderson Ed talked about during a banking speech in July: “Last Thursday when I visited Alan Henderson. Alan, his wife Margaret and his daughter, Julie, run a sign-making company in Putney…a four year nightmare which has undermined the family business and still does today”.

Finally we have Ed’s famous comprehensive school education. Today he will insist: “I know I would not be standing here today as leader of the Labour Party without my comprehensive school education”. Just like he did in April: “I would never being doing the job I was doing if I hadn’t gone to the kind of school I went to”.

Turns out when it comes to Ed, we really have heard it all before


378 Comments

  1. 1
    Enemy of the State says:

    I understand Miliband Sr came over claiming refugee status but he was a communist agent and was not fleeing Hitler. Truth anyone?

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    • 10
      Adolph Miliband says:

      The Englishman is a rabid nationalist. They are perhaps the most nationalist people in the world…When you hear the English talk of this war you sometimes almost want them to lose it to show them how things are. They have the greatest contempt for the continent in general and for the French in particular…England first. This slogan is taken for granted by the English people as a whole. To lose their empire would be the worst possible humiliation”.

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ralph_Miliband

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      • 49
        Phil says:

        Which is why I will not be voting for the son of a foreign marxist who never gave a rats arse about England first.

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        Like grandfather, like father, like sons, a horrible family of c*nts says:

        I notice Wiki do not give the reason why Adolphe / Ralph Miliband was born in Belgium and not Poland or his families involvement in treachery against the Poles on behalf of the communist Russians.

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      • 290
        reality bytes says:

        This is exactly the kind of person who came to the UK to take advantage of all the good things the UK could provide for them while still hating everything about this nation and they have been a plague on our house ever since. Hands out for what they can grab and giving that hand a hearty bite. We will not be seeing that quote on the BBC thats for sure.

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      • 378
        Lucius Calidius Eroticus says:

        You would need to stand up and condemn the words of your father as wrong before you could even consider leading the English after that little rant. But we already know Labour’s unofficial attitude to the English.

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    • 31
      genghiz the kahn says:

      Nothing on how his heroic grandfather took part in the Battle of Warsaw in 1919, and fought on the losing side for the Red Army.

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      • 213
        Bunhopton says:

        Milliband senior soon shit his pants and got on the cross channel ferry to England when his life was threatened

        Being a clever man he knew England was the safest place to be

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    • 363
      JH says:

      Spot the difference.

      Ralph Miliband. Eric Hobsbawn. Polly Toynbee.

      Balph Eubank. Wesley Mouch. Ellsworth Toohey.

      Is it just me, or do these weirdo Marxist cvnts and their weirdo fucking names sound exactly like cardboard cut-out antagonists from Ayn Rand novels?

      She was on to something.

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  2. 2
    Young Ed says:

    No mention of being taught the works of Marx in his cradle then?

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      genghiz the kahn says:

      Tell us the Marx’s story about how the big bad wolf repressed the consciousness of the three little pigs Daddy.

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  3. 3
    Oh bugger, I deleted all my cookies says:

    He’s no Disraeli.

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      Pundit too too says:

      Deja Vu?
      No just the same old regurgitated bile with just a hint of truth to cast doubt.

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  4. 4
    I Squiggle says:

    Just on the schooling thing Ed’s going to bang on about, trying to make out the Tories are the party of ‘Posh’ Schools – and Labour isn’t.

    Since Edward Heath took over the Tory party leadership in 1965, up to 2005 when Cameron was elected, there were 5 party leaders. All went to state schools. In the same 40 year period, the Labour party had 7 leaders. 3 of those 7 went to Independent schools. The Liberals are a bit more complicated, what with merging with the SDP and Grimond serving twice etc, but if you ignore the SDP (why not, they did) and count Grimond as 1, then in the same period that party had 6 leaders, with 4 going to Independent schools (2 of them Eton).

    The ‘posh School’ scores for Party leaders then, for that 40 year period:

    Conservative: 0/5
    Labour: 3/7
    Liberals: 4/6

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    • 15
      Steve Coogan says:

      I doubt that.

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      • 110
        The public says:

        No-one cares what you think. You are not funny. Go and get a proper job.

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        • 140
          Bri says:

          Sorry Steve there’s a new comic on the block, he’s giving his spiel on BBC2 now. Practicing for “Live at the Apollo”.

          I haven’t laughed so much in years, I’ll have to switch off or my ribs will crack.

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    • 17
      Lady Virginia Droit de Seigneur says:

      Even their great hero Attlee was a public schoolboy.

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    • 57
      Jimmy says:

      There is a story (no doubt apocryphal) concerning a meeting between Mao and Nixon. The letter taunted the Chairman about his privileged upbringing contrasted with his own humble origins. Mao is said to have replied that they therefore had something in common. they were both class traitors.

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  5. 5
    Kevin T says:

    Why would his family be sitting under an oak tree anyway?

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  6. 6
    Plato says:

    “My family have not sat under the same oak tree for the last 500 years”

    Does the cheeky f’ucker mean me? Or you? Who does he mean?

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    this is personality says:

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  8. 8
    Kevin T says:

    “I know I would not be standing here today as leader of the Labour Party without my comprehensive school education”

    Tell Blair that.

    Has anyone looked into his “comprehensive” school? Most of these twats turn out to have gone to exclusive schools with tiny cachement areas that are comprehensive only in name.

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    • 37
      here you go says:

      Haverstock Comprehensive School

      Zoe Heller was his classmate.

      Other pupils include Oona King, John Barnes, Joe Cole, Tulisa and Dino Contostavlos from N-Dubz. Oh, and Andy Smith.

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      • 321
        Kevin T says:

        Tulisa? That gormless thing with the tits off the X Factor went to the same school as Ed Miliband?

        ….OK, I can see that.

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  9. 9
    Moussa Koussa says:

    You are sooooo clearly worried about Ed….LOL

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    • 12
      Men in white coats... says:

      We are REALLY worried about Ed.

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      • 22
        Moussa Koussa says:

        LOL…Better start getting used to the idea. Dave 36.9% in 2010. No chance of matching that in 2015.

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        • 119
          jgm2 says:

          Labour 28%.

          Lucky to match that in 2015.

          Your boy just trashed the native Brits who he characterised as ‘Sitting under the same oak tree for 500 years’.

          Your boy has just committed electoral suicide.

          If I was in T*ry High Command I would be high-fiving my way to the pub right now.

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          • You mean the British who sit wanking under f'ucking trees, Ed? says:

            “The Labour leader says London 2012 “held up a mirror” to who we are as a country – “we succeeded because of us, the British people”, he says.”

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          • large dwarf says:

            who are the [[ native brits?]] you talk as if we all came off a massive assembly line or a cloning machine.native brits,let me see,picts,angles,saxons,no it can,t be them ,the ones that stayed got absorbed into the u/k populace .same with the normans,danes vikings etc then people from Ireland,England scotland and Wales all moved around these four countries and settled wherever.thats not to mention all the races that have come here over hundreds of years and i don,t just mean your favourite targets e.g illegals and muslims.whether you like it or not,there,s no such thing as a pure native brit .I,m afraid we are all mongrels.

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        • 145
          The peoples front, the front for the people, the peoples united front says:

          Agreed MK, though personally I couldn’t care less that Cameron will be replaced by a combination of either Miliband or Miliband and Clegg.
          They are all socialists after all, arguing over minutia. On the bigger picture, the important issues, they all agree and to hell with democracy.

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        • 196
          Baldy says:

          Ed will probably win!

          Call-Me-Gutless doesn’t have the bottle to go against the MSM and reveal the details of the Islamic paedos and the way they were imported and protected by ‘progressives’ throughout the NuLabour years.

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      • 224
        Jimmy says:

        piss off moosey, this is my blog

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    • 23

      How’s conference Mossa?
      Having fun?

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  10. 13
    Lady Virginia Droit de Seigneur says:

    It won’t matter what he says or how many times he’s said it before because no one will be listening.

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    • 30
      The Edth says:

      Keep on saying it – someday someone might listen.

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      • 254
        Hugh Janus says:

        Won’t be me though. Root canal work would be infinitely preferable to listening to the Nasal Twat talking about himself. No workable policies of course, so he has to do something for his silly standing ovation. Frankly I couldn’t care less about his wretched background, nor that of all the other parasitic slime that pass for our elected representatives. Actions speak far louder than words, and we all know where Liebour’s actions got us last time they were in office.

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    • 232
      Jimmy says:

      i know that problem oh-so-well darling.

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  11. 13
    Dave "Butch" Cameron says:

    Not only has my family sat under the same oak tree for the past 500 years,but today I have tied a yellow ribbon around it.

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  12. 16
    Anon Hacked off Voter !! says:

    Certainly won’t waste my time listening to what Ed The Nose Milliepeed the Minor
    has got to spout. To busy working trying to earn a crust just so it can all go in Tax to keep these parasitic leeches in the style to which they demand.

    The Corleone family were much more civilised than this shower of duplicitous manipulators who kid us its democracy they practice.

    BTW How is Red Ed’s new book going ?? understand its going to be called

    “The Art of Brotherly Luv”

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  13. 18
    John Moss says:

    Actually, that’s smart politics. There is an old saying; when you get fed up of saying it, the voters are only just starting to hear it. It’s not wrong.

    Crushingly boring, but not wrong.

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    reality bytes says:

    These people are not even trying are they? And why should they, when they could call for a cull of the plebs and still get millions of votes. I am surprised he didnt ‘pull a Hari’ and copy the Obama ‘audacity of hope’ speech. These people dont write their own word porridge any more, its all meaningless words to fill the void and pull the wool over the eyes of the plebs.

    ‘Lets stride confidently toward the sunlit uplands of audacity and hope with a song in our hearts and a spring in our step knowing in our hearts that together we can confidently stride with purpose towards the green sunlit uplands of a new tomorrow blah blah blah’.

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  15. 20
    nellnewman says:

    What is it with this oak tree thing – he hasn’t sat under an oak tree for five hundred years huh???

    Is he trying to say we English are lazy and spend our lives sitting under oaks whereas he’s a hard working immigrant or something?

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    • 25
      Plato says:

      I think so…the cheeky c’unt.

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        Quiet Bat Person says:

        He hasn’t sat under a washing machine for 400 years either. In fact, there are a lot of things he hasn’t sat under. I hope he tells us about all of them, it will be so exciting.

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    • 39

      Dear Ed.
      Your family has been sitting and thinking under the oak tree for 500 years.

      And not even a hint of policy. Best to give it another 500 years and then give us a call.

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      • 116
        Anonymous says:

        is he is under a oak tree then he is strong, wise in a meditative sense.
        if he is not under a oak tree then he is a busybee.

        he could be busy chasing his tail. disloyalty in the milliband gene is striking. The biggest problem may be that no one knows who is the leader of the Labour party

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      Mastermind on oaks says:

      Perhaps it’s the same oak tree that King Charles hid in, the one Squirrel Nutkins hides his nuts in, and the one with a heart of, er, oak?
      Oaky doak

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  16. 21
    Steve Miliband says:

    At a time when negotiations are still ongoing……….

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  17. 24
    the feckless farting fish says:

    perhaps from the dregs of lost ambition, from the destruction of communities by skallywag intruders will emerge a true Englishman to rid the realm of all that troubles it

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  18. 29
    Theodore Dalrymple is a Legend says:

    ‘She had hope and ambition, she bubbled with talk about her future, she had sent off 137 CVs but not even had a reply to any of them”.

    I think that probab;ly never happened. But even if it did, so what?

    Write a better CV
    Target the CV to the right people
    or
    Spend the time you wasted sending off your bad CV to the wrong people in starting your own business.

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    • 40
      Theodore Dalrymple is a Legend says:

      By the way, Ed, people would have more time to reply to CVs if the government didn’t drown them in legislation, and tax them until the pips have squeaked and beyond.

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    • 240
      Jimmy says:

      yo bruv. thanks for the tip.

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  19. 33
    Digo says:

    Professional bell end George Monbiot writes today about “Plutocracy’s Boot Boys” “…We’re getting a better idea of how billionaires and corporations capture government policy.”

    The privileged fuckwitt does not realise that the majority of corporation he is attacking are actually owned by the “people”, either directly in the form of shares or via pension funds

    The private corporation is the only mechanism to protect the civilian from the state

    George Monbiot is one of a breed of New Nazis who will not tolerate the private citizen

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  20. 34
    Ed's a joke says:

    Can we have livechat for his speech? It should be a laugh, especially if any “jokes” have been written by about-as-funny-as-cancer Ayesha Hazarika.

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  21. 35
    tomknott says:

    This may be true of his father’s side, but what of the maternal? This is not quite the same at all. How very patriarchal of him.

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    Theodore Dalrymple is a Legend says:

    ‘The small businessman I met in July, Alan Henderson, proud of the sign-making business he built up over 40 years. Alan was ripped off by the bank he had been with all that time and has been living through a nightmare ever since’

    Not sure we’re getting the whole story here, either.

    Ripped off, how? Nightmare, why?

    But if after 40 years in business your ‘sign-making’ business is at the mercy of the banks, maybe it’s time to retire.

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  23. 38
    Ed never repeats himself says:

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  24. 41
    Bing says:

    reading Monbiot’s income statement on his website he states “I have one other regular source of income: the rent paid by my lodgers, which currently amounts to £6,000 a year.”

    Surely income from RENT is against every left wing principle?

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    • 58
      Pawn Sandwich says:

      Socialist landlords = hypocrites!

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    • 249
      Jimmy says:

      i wouldn’t know anything about that. but hey, i’m a cuddly bunny wunny.

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        Pundit too too says:

        £6000 per year? If in London is it a garage or a rabbit hutch?
        Don’t tell me the idiot is going to say it is a 3 bedroom flat given out at a peppercorn rent – no sane person would believe him unless it is to a relative and he is claiming benefits.

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  25. 42
    Moussa Koussa says:

    Dave – Posh, Private Education, arrogant, floppy haired mates, cabinet who think all below them are plebs, Mr U-turn, no real ideology, women in general despise him, Sammy poos isn’t an asset, most of his cabinet ( which still includes woeful warsi ) are not assets., invisible cabinet apart from Vague and the Gimp…. I could go on.

    Ed – Possibly posh, comp education, pretty ruthless, seems unflappable, goes on serious TV interviews rather than DayBreak and Letterman, visible shadow cabinet.

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    • 48
      Moussa Koussa says:

      …and I bet you a £10, that Dave has just requested a new paragraph added to his draft conference speech, detailing titbits about his own father

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    • 60
      b'east says:

      Mr Koussa
      The very fact that they are visible makes them unelectable
      When it comes down to wives just who would you prefer to shag, Mrs Milliboid Or Samantha Cameron?
      I’m pretty sure that Mrs Camerons box is well groomed and nicely scented whereas the Marx brothers are both married to hags with hairy legs and stinking minges that look like a gorillas arsehole

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    • 96
      jgm2 says:

      no real ideology

      I see that as a good thing. That’s one of Labour’s many failings. They’re lashed to the mast of a failed ideology.

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    • 257
      Jimmy says:

      what about me? it’s so unfair. you is wecklessly diswegarding everything i say.

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  26. 43
    Er, what's the point, then? says:

    “The BBC News Channel’s chief political correspondent Norman Smith reveals a few titbits expected in Ed Miliband’s imminent speech. Norman says there’ll be no new policy announcements. There won’t be any manifesto pledges. And there certainly won’t be any new spending commitments. ”

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-19798213

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  27. 47
    b'east says:

    The Hun werent quite as efficient as many of us would have liked them to be
    Maybe this time around

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  28. 50
    the savant says:

    Are you all ready for the off ??

    Deja vu by Ed Miiliwonk—a

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  29. 51
    Hang The Bastards says:

    Doesn’t this prick ever look in the mirror and see what we see ?

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  30. 55
    Tay King-dePisse says:

    “And you, too, can have Ed Miliband’s Greatest Hits, available on CD from the Labour Party! You can listen to Ed drone on and on anytime you want! Who WOULDN’T want to? Yes, all this can be yours, and it’s a great bargain in itself, but if you act now, we’ll also throw in Ed Balls’s Greatest Hits! Still not convinced? What if we throw in a copy of Tom Watson’s Murdoch book? You’ll want to spend all your time with the heavy-hitters of Labour– and it’s all available, for just one click of the mouse! This offer may be withdrawn at any time! Act now so you don’t get shut out! All credit and debit cards accepted, PayPal preferred, no COD’s! So go to the site now…”

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  31. 61
    I don't need no doctor says:

    Ed Miliband is full of shit, just like the cronies around him. He and they are utterly useless.

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  32. 62
    Gonk says:

    The third image down is blood curdling. Perhaps they ought to blow it up and stick it on the dummies for the Army bayonnet practice. Do wonders for encouraging blood lust and the killer instinct.

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  33. 63
    BBC allows refreshing sarcasm to creep in... says:

    “The Daily Mail’s Tim Shipman tweets: Nation on tenterhooks as man prepares to emerge and say ‘Who am I?'”

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-19798213

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  34. 64
    I don't need no doctor says:

    Apparently Ed Miliband went to a comprehensive school.

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  35. 66
    Ed's a joke says:

    Putting right aside the fact he’s Labour, Ed Miliband looks about as prime ministerial as a loaf of bread.

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    • 76
      Anon says:

      Yes but don’t forget a loaf of bread has nutritional value,

      where as Ed the Turd will finish you Off for good !!

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  36. 69
    Ed's a joke says:

    Christ on a bike, Harriet Harpic smiling is enough to scare the horses.

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  37. 70
    mwnciboo says:

    Okay…So he’s referencing Romney the rapidly sinking Presidential candidate….Bad call.

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  38. 71
    b'east says:

    Well you stinking little ju das
    If it hadnt been for stout oak sitting English Yeoman you would be a f ucking lampshade

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  39. 73
    Ed's a joke says:

    When Ed Miliband says “I’m going to tell you a story that’s absolutely true” twice, you know he’s lying.

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  40. 75
    Ed's a joke says:

    Labour delegates are an easy to please lot, aren’t they? Ed could just burp and they’d clap.

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  41. 77
    David B says:

    Not Red Ed, but Dear Leader!!

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    jgm2 says:

    I know I would not be standing here today as leader of the Labour Party without my comprehensive school education

    He’s right. With ‘A’ Levels like he and his brother got there is no way they’d have been accepted into Oxford without kidding on that it was due to them being ‘poor and disadvantaged’ and at a comprehensive school and not simply them being thick.

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    • 103
      Loungelizard says:

      They were poor and disadvantaged at Oxford. Neither of them has ever had what you might call a real job, Dad was a looser Marxist type, did somebody say furniture removal man?….so where did the untold riches come from?

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    Ed's a joke says:

    Ed’s now reeling off the reheated family anecdote about oak trees etc. Twat.

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    • 87
      nellnewman says:

      What has he got against oak trees?

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    • 105
      jgm2 says:

      Who is he getting a dig into? Is he having a go at indigenous working families who have lived here for 500 years? Suggesting that he is in some way their superior?

      He’d better hope the T*ries don’t pick up on that angle.

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  44. 82
    nellnewman says:

    I just heard him say something like he went for a walk in sunshine with his son the other day – hmm that doesn’t look much like a policy

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  45. 83
    gramma says:

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    HenryV says:

    Considering the number of Poles here supposedly keeping the economy going while my people sit under oaks doing fuck all, surely then we should have a Pole as prime minister?

    How long have the Milibands been here? 70 years or so? That is nothing. Perhaps it is time they went back to Poland?

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    • 294
      Jimmy says:

      troob de doob. wiser words than these are yet to be posted within this blog. i think you’ll eventually have to agree.

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    • 310
      soapy says:

      Poland? Is that still under the bed?

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      • 332
        HenryV says:

        His grandfather sided with the Soviets against the Poles. That is how they ended up in Belgium. Would you trust your country to a family with such a record?

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  47. 89
    Ed's son says:

    Daddy, why did it take you so long to marry mummy?

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  48. 91
    the fanciable farting fish says:

    please don’t encourage the filthy fuckers else they find fame.

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  49. 94
    mwnciboo says:

    Never go wrong with a sympathetic Holocaust Reference… How dare he besmirch my beloved Royal Navy.

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    • 104
      HenryV says:

      He didn’t know the Andrew? The little twot. What did he say?

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      • 111
        mwnciboo says:

        He is claiming his father was an RN Officer, he probably was a Pusser no doubt! But point scoring off your dads Wartime experience is a low blow, has he got of his arse and done his bit? NO. Thredders..

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        • 329
          HenryV says:

          That’s the Labour party for you. Many of my cadets came from council estate joined the county regiment or the RM and went off to fight in Afghanistan and Iraq. The Queen’s grandson goes off to fight too. The sons of the middle class sit in uni’ tutorials passing judgement on wars started by their class but fought by others. Did Euain Blair go off to his daddy’s wars? No. He ran off to Washington……

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    Postal Vote says:

    Mili is clearly trying to claim he is morally much more suited to the job than any other person in the country.

    Comprehensively more morally astute.

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  51. 100
    Pastel Vat says:

    He was a walking, talking disaster in government.

    We can’t let him copy this again.

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  52. 106
    Anon says:

    Al-Beeb has instructed everyone in the Universe to stop & listen to Ed’s drivel for

    the next 45 mins & to be followed by 90 mins of non stop hand clapping

    & cheering afterwards………….

    plus 3 hours of non stop praise from everyone how wonderful it all was……

    pass the vomit bag please……

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    • 326
      Biased Broadcasting Corporation says:

      Plus extended clips on News 24, the 6 O’Clock News, the 10 O’Clock News, Radio 5 Labour, plus in-depth analysis on Newsnight.

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      • 369
        JH says:

        Steady on. They need to make room in the schedule for the five minute daily hate at something evil and un-progressive an evil Tory baby eater said.

        Or meant, when they said something else.

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  53. 107
    Gawd Help Us says:

    Er, we know exactly why Ed.

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  54. 107
    nellnewman says:

    Someone commentating on Sky has just said miliband sounds like Max Bygraves ‘I wanna tell you a story..’ LOL!! How excruciatingly embarrassing!

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  55. 109
    ToonBob... says:

    Perhaps his speechwriter has lost the ability to come up with something truthful …. oops I mean original.

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  56. 113
    Labour in the pockets of the union twats says:

    Bunch of utter Hunts, all the diversity agenda and clapping like the fucking North Korean politburo.

    I say again, utter, utter, utter Hunts.

    Someone lob a grenade in there please…………………

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    • 121
      Labour in the pockets of the union twats says:

      Forgot, the “Yoof”. i.e the Speccy twat who was weird and had a huge collection of wank mags.

      Desperate when you hold Tessa fucking Jowell as a positive for your party.

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    • 125
      jgm2 says:

      It’s ‘Triumph of The Will’ all over again. Worked for Blair.

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    • 133
      I hate Parliament so much it hurts says:

      Best to núke them from space, just to be sure.

      (With the added bonus that you’d take-out Manchester, the City of Eternal Rain.)

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    • 185
      Bri says:

      they are in the right place, plenty of hand grenades in Manchester.

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  57. 114
    Plato says:

    “Political journalist and commentator Iain Martin tweets a warning for Mr Miliband: I say it again. Ed is too close to the edge of the stage. If he falls off it’s Kinnock on the beach x 100. ”

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-19798213

    Like

  58. 115
    Fish says:

    Why do petol prices go up? Because Oil is valued in $US.

    Who was it, Miliband, who saw our currency devalued by nearly 25% in the last few years of the 00’s and caused all of that pain?

    Brown, Balls and you.

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    • 308
      Jimmy says:

      technical whiffery-pokery. i know nothing of this twaddle you speak. yet i remain king tweety-pie of the blog. pretty much. gotta go.

      Like

  59. 120
    Pawn Sandwich says:

    Anyone see the maximum imbecile in the audience? Is he there?

    Like

  60. 124
    I don't need no doctor says:

    If I wanted to listen to a history lecture I would turn on the Open University.

    Like

    • 315
      Jimmy says:

      pay attention: i am the jimmy and i spilleth righteous beans unto you. so there

      Like

    • 331
      Biased Broadcasting Corporation says:

      Careful there! If you want a left-wing, Empire-hating, diversity and feminism-promoting version of history, turn on the Open University, by all means.

      Like

  61. 126
    mwnciboo says:

    Real question is how will Alistair Campbell Spin this thing around 180?

    Anyone see him give Kay Burley as verbal rim job on Sky yesterday?

    Like

  62. 128
    b'east says:

    Has he mentioned
    “fairness”
    “Passion”
    GREAT Britain”?

    Im too busy thinking about my new 911 “Porch”
    I can get the front door open in 3.6 seconds

    Handles beautifuly, good visibility through the window, carbon fibre letterbox
    Matt sage green
    German engineering at its finest

    Like

  63. 130
    Anon says:

    Aaarrr The Great Leader is going to give back to Britain even more DEBT !!!

    Like

  64. 131
    Talking Horse Says..... says:

    It started in Kirkcaldy.

    That shopkeeper in Clapham got it right: “Who is he?”.

    Like

  65. 136
    Pawn Sandwich says:

    “the tories have turned a recovery into a double dip recession”

    Like

    • 149
      jgm2 says:

      ‘Recovery’? Cheeky c*unt. Borrowing 300bn quid and printing 200bn quid to generate 0.1% ‘growth’ is NOT a ‘recovery’.

      Neither is doing all that and then leaving a ‘Sorry there’s no money left’ note rubbing the entire nation’s nose in it a ‘recovery’.

      Like

      • 179
        Moussa Koussa says:

        errrr I think you will find that the last 2 Qtrs of Brown gov were postive, and the debt is more NOW, than in May 2010.

        Like

        • 195
          jgm2 says:

          Two quarters of anaemic ‘growth’ bought with an additional 300bn quid of debt and 200bn quid of printed money is not a ‘recovery’.

          Like

  66. 137
    Compo kid says:

    I went to a comprehensive school. When I was 11 I went to a private school where the teacher said I was 2 years behind the average ability of the class. It took another 4 years to catch up.

    Why is comprehensive education something to value?

    Like

  67. 139
    Pawn Sandwich says:

    This man is delusional, the economic clusterfuck is ALL the tories fault.

    Like

  68. 141
    Anon says:

    Even more funny just Mute him……………..LOL LOL LOL

    Like

  69. 143
    Rat's arse says:

    Has Ed mentioned his vision for one nation yet?

    Like

  70. 146
    Anon says:

    Who said the Politburo & its adoring fans had disappeared after the fall of the Eastern block…..they have all congregated in Blackpool …..

    Anyone know why !!!!!

    Like

    • 164
      Broadsword calling Danny Boy says:

      Pity the conference is in Manchester and they will be missing it in Blackpool.

      Like

  71. 147
    Moussa Koussa says:

    Foowaysers ( The elephant slurp slurp man ) Nelson is having a dicky fit on Twitter…LOL

    Like

  72. 151
    Good old fashioned Labour hypocrisy says:

    What happened to the other thread?

    Like

  73. 152
    Taking the middle road says:

    That closing-his-eyes nonsense when he turns.

    How annoying is that.

    Like

  74. 153
    A Gorilla says:

    May I just point out that in no way does my arsehole resemble the minges of either of the Marx brothers wives, and nor do I share their politics despite David Marxs love of bananas and his brother Eds habit of sitting under Oak trees with his son and munching upon leaves an acorns

    Thank you

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  75. 155
    Good old fashioned Labour hypocrisy says:

    Whilst Cameron IS shit, for a Labour leader to call any other government incompetent is a tad galling after the 3 shambolic years of Brown. Blair’s a c-unt but at least he executed his office with a modicum of competence.

    Like

    • 168
      Broadsword calling Danny Boy says:

      Competence? Competence? What fucking competence?

      Like

    • 177
      Anon, Anon & Anon says:

      Must not let small minor details get in the way of the praise that Al-Beeb is going

      to spout for the next two & half years about the Glorious Leader in waiting !!!

      Like

  76. 157
    I don't need no doctor says:

    Miliband is just a blatant in-denial liar.

    Like

    • 163
      Legal Crook says:

      He keeps saying that lie that every millionaire will be given a £40k tax decrease each year. Liebore as usual.

      Like

  77. 160
    Good old fashioned Labour hypocrisy says:

    “New Labour, despite its great achievements”

    What, an illegal war, a fucked economy and rank corruption?

    Like

    • 175
      Aunty Matter says:

      And suicide bombers on the streets of London oh and thousands of c u n t z called Mohammad who want Jihad living off benefits.

      Like

  78. 161
    Squirrel's Bottom says:

    Has he got to a call to patriotism – the last refuge of the scoundrel – yet?

    Like

  79. 162
    Good old fashioned Labour hypocrisy says:

    “I have news for the powerful interests of this country. No powerful interest is too powerful to be held to account”.

    Except the unions, that is.

    Like

  80. 165
    robbie says:

    For a “millionaire” to receive a £40,000 tax cheque from David Cameron, he would have to be earning at least £800,000 a year. That’s what a 5% income tax rate cut means. If said millionaire was getting this from investments alone his capital would have to be about £20m, at current market yields.

    So Ed and his other Ed are talking a load of Balls.

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  81. 166
    Aunty Matter says:

    Ed Milibands face looks like it’s made up of spare bits mother nature had lying around in the reject bin and though for a laugh “I wonder what sort of human I’d get if I stuck them all together”

    Well she did and gave us the face of Red Ed.

    Like

  82. 170
    nellnewman says:

    Loads of hot air, snide remarks and slapstick comedy but not a whiff of tough decisions or policies.

    Like

  83. 171
    One Nation says:

    Has Milibandwagon come up with any policies yet? Thought not!

    Like

  84. 171
    Taking the middle road says:

    The bloke holding up the ‘APPLAUSE” sign is making a real mess of it.

    Like

  85. 174
    Good old fashioned Labour hypocrisy says:

    Ed tries too hard to look like he’s talking off the cuff by stuttering in a self-consciously affected manner – “I-I-I remember my days at Haverstock”

    Like

  86. 181
    Taking the middle road says:

    How annoyed must be the people behind the lady on the stage with the big hair?

    Like

  87. 182
    Anonymous says:

    is it just me or is this conference getting smaller each year ?

    Like

  88. 183
    Aunty Matter says:

    Will Red Ed point out the rip off that is PFI?

    Has he mentioned the one eyed bummer from Fife yet?

    Like

  89. 186
    Anonymous says:

    Ed keeps on banging on about the millionaires tax break. Well here`s a good bit of plagerism that proves he was talking out of his **se agian.

    “Ed Miliband is wrong to say that “each and every millionaire in Britain” will be £40,000 better off when the 50p top rate of income tax is cut in April.
    However if you take him to mean ‘income millionaires’ — the much smaller group who earn more than £1 million every year — rather than millionaires in the normal sense of the word, he does have a point.
    Taking income tax in isolation doesn’t necessarily give us the full picture. If we look at wider changes to wealth taxes rather than income tax alone, the evidence suggests that richer individuals will end up paying more money to the Treasury in spite of the reduction to the additional rate.”

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  90. 187
    Moussa Koussa says:

    I’m afraid his trumped you.

    Dave can harp on about The Big Society

    Ed can run with One Nation

    Like

    • 192
      Aunty Matter says:

      One Fucked Nation if Liebore get back in.

      Like

      • 284
        Baldy says:

        They probably will get in.

        Recently I was talking to a just-eligible-to-vote teenager who was complaining over the rise of university costs under Cameron. I asked who introduced the university fees which, paraphrasing, ‘would mostly be well under £9000 in total’ and then they immediately started off mostly approached £9000 – He didn’t know.

        I asked what about Clegg and the LimpDems explicit promise (which must have got them some votes) of ‘no rise in University fees’ – He thought the Tories must have made him give up on that and no, he didn’t know the LimpDems had been given ministerial jobs.

        What did he think of Scottish MPs imposing fees on English students and then having an about turn when it came to fees for Scottish students – He didn’t know.

        He has been told just enough to think the Tories are the only ‘bad guys’ in politics. As far as I can make out teachers seem to think their job is to influence kids on which way to vote, not to research and think for themselves (either kids or teachers).

        Wonder if this one will make it past the modbot?

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    • 202
      jgm2 says:

      One Nation?

      Isn’t that the T*ries old strap-line?

      Like

    • 241
      a non says:

      One notion.

      Like

    • 351
      Moussey Koussey says:

      Hands ,Moussa!!!

      Like

  91. 188
    Aunty Matter says:

    Yes Ed you look a CSE type of person…. a fucking MONG

    Like

  92. 189
    Taking the middle road says:

    I’ve got it: One Nation!

    Like

  93. 190
    Anon, Anon & Anon says:

    Will he still be pontificating at 10PM ?????

    Like

  94. 193
    large dwarf says:

    ed moribund,man of the sheeple.

    Like

  95. 194

    Ooooh! That is a lovely nap I’ve just had.

    Have I missed anything?

    Like

    • 201
      Moussa Koussa says:

      Has the sun risen at your end yet Catty. Nothing to see here, UK Ex Pats should have no voice in UK matters

      Like

      • 207
        jgm2 says:

        UK ex-pats can vote for (I think) 20 years after they leave.

        If I were the T*ries I’d be out and about in Spain signing up all the UK retirees as a priority. Apparently there’s well over a million potential voters in Spain. And I cannot imagine that anybody who had the get-up-and-go to get up and go would be a natural Labour voter.

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      • 210

        Fine.

        As long as they pay me back all the tax I have paid since emigrating. Just do a quick calculation. About £227,000 by my reckoning. That is £681,000 under Labour triple overclaim rules. Get that sent to my bank account and I will never post here again.

        Like

      • 258

        Well you have gone quiet Moussa!

        I find it strangely flattering that you should not want me to post here! If you didn’t think my argument was persuasive, surely you would not bother to lift your fingers to your keyboard.

        Like

      • 322
        Jimmy says:

        oi moosh get your own blog. in other words time for a cuppa. back in 5.

        Like

    • 204
      Larry the Cat says:

      Fuck all except for some nasal twat talking shit.

      Like

      • 328
        Jimmy says:

        there will be no more cats on my blog. i banish you all with every fibre of flim flam i can muster. now scram you pesky pussycats! and returneth ye not.

        Like

  96. 197
    Taking the middle road says:

    Comrades > Friends

    Not so good.

    Like

  97. 199
    Good old fashioned Labour hypocrisy says:

    “I’m incredibly proud of the multi-ethnic diverse Britain”

    including suicide bombings, female genital mutilation, gangs of men r*ping girls and honour killings?

    Like

    • 347
      Baldy says:

      “I’m incredibly proud of the multi-ethnic diverse Britain”

      NuLabour NuSpeak for NuPopulation. You’re a NuRacist if you speak out against the approved NuPaedos Jizzhad (at least senior plod seems to think so).

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    • 352
      Baldy says:

      “I’m incredibly proud of the multi-ethnic diverse Britain”

      NuLabour Nu_S_p_e_a_k for NuPopulation. You’re a Nu_R_a_c_i_s_t if you s_p_e_a_k out against the J_i_z_z_h_a_d of the leftie-approved Nu_P_a_e_d_o_s (at least senior plod seems to think so).

      Like

  98. 203

    Did Sam Miliband, Ed’s grandfather fight under Trotsky for the Red Army against the free Poles in the Polish-Soviet War of 1919 to 1921?

    Why are they all holding ice axes in the audience?

    Like

  99. 205
    Moussa Koussa says:

    Like to blogg, Im in Labrokes, special request – How many times will Call Me dave mention “The Big Society” in his speech

    Like

    • 217
      B'east says:

      How many times would you like?
      £50k and its yours

      Like

      • 234
        Moussa Koussa says:

        My bet – none, zero …Corner stone of Daves project…dead after 28 months.

        Like

        • 261
          jgm2 says:

          It was dead on arrival.

          Fucking stupid idea and everybody said so. Right up there with ‘Pre-distribution’. Was that mentioned today?

          Like

          • JH says:

            Damn right it was. All because they insisted on using ‘Big Society’ rather than it’s logical bedfellow, the infinitely-easier-to-sell ‘Small Government’.

            No-one who considers a smaller state to be a bad thing would ever vote Conservative anyway.

            Just who the fuck were they trying to appease?

            Like

          • JH says:

            its! its!

            Like

    • 354
      Moussey Koussey says:

      Icepicks

      Like

  100. 206
    Taking the middle road says:

    Now he’s doing that affected eyes-closed thing all the fucking time.

    What the fuck’s wrong with him?

    Like

  101. 208
    Samantha Cameron says:

    “Ed will give you Deja Vu”

    My husband will give you the usual bullshit such as “Hug A Hoodie”

    He’s a bloody idiot !!

    Like

    • 212
      Good old fashioned Labour hypocrisy says:

      Hi Labour supporter. Was Iraq worth the millions that Tony has made since leaving office from his consultancies with various shady middle eastern oil firms?

      Like

    • 243
      the savant says:

      Yes only one alternative to perditionn next voting time :

      (Fa) Rage Against the Machine !!!

      Like

  102. 209
    Good old fashioned Labour hypocrisy says:

    “Values not of markets and competition but of love and care”

    You mean like your Labour PPI contracts that charge hospitals £350 to have 1 lightbulb changed?

    Like

    • 215
      jgm2 says:

      Fine. I’ll pay my taxes in ‘love and care’ and keep my cash for business that accept ‘em hows that?

      XXXXX.

      Like

    • 229
      Aunty Matter says:

      £350? Where can you get that done as cheap as that in the public sector?

      Like

  103. 211
    Anonymous says:

    Oh well. Another blinder by Ed. ” We will crack down on employers who do not pay the minimum wage” That`s us all on £6.19 an hour in future then.

    Like

  104. 218
    Taking the middle road says:

    “You just can’t trust the Tories on the National Health Service.”

    Standing ovation. WTF!!!

    Like

  105. 221
    the savant says:

    What happened to the story about Gramps versus the Polaks Gweed , was it spiked as ” not sufficiently well researched ” — or in your own inimitable words is it ” awaiting moderation “?

    Like

  106. 223
    Axe The Telly Tax says:

    I thought we’d already had the Unite Labour Party conference a few weeks back with Bonehead Barber, Crackpot Crowe, Psycho Serwotka and Red Len Mad Dog McCluskey. LOL

    Like

  107. 225
    Good old fashioned Labour hypocrisy says:

    Ed: “You just can’t trust the Tories on the NHS!”

    Unlike Labour, whom you can trust because they’ll sign hospitals up to PFI contracts that put them into billions of debt to contractors who just happen to be cronies of Blair.

    Like

  108. 226
    Anonymous says:

    1 hour to say fuck all but if you work hard we will screw you

    Like

  109. 228
    Anonymous says:

    How long before the bint in red and white falls asleep. She looks as bored as the rest of the audience.

    Like

    • 302
      Anonymous says:

      I see she has made a story on The Express on line. They were two cats on her jumper, I wondered what they were. I bet Labour are kicking themselves for not moving her before he started speaking. Still it was something to concentrate on while he was spouting off, getting away with no mentioning one new policy.

      Like

  110. 230
    Taking the middle road says:

    I don’t want a Pole as my prime minister.

    Like

  111. 231
    Fish says:

    WE ALL LOVE THE NHS.

    Especially all of the dead people in Stafford

    Like

  112. 233
    Good old fashioned Labour hypocrisy says:

    And now he’s finishing with another Polish 1920s anecdote. Probably all of it made up. Scratch that. Definitely all of it made up.

    Like

  113. 236
    • 270
      the savant says:

      Little wonder the svelte and gamine Yvette chose to keep her maiden ( or at least more sensible surname ) when she consummated.

      With Teddy Balls girth it reminds me of the “Steptoe and Son ” episode in reverse:

      Albert ( Wilfred Bramble — about seven stone ) explaining to son Harold ( Harry H Corbett) the reason why he had refused to marry some widow woman of about twenty stone :

      ” Did yer see them thighs on ‘er Arold ? If they had shifted in the night and I woke up with them slung over me body the only way i’d move off that bed would be with a broken back !!”

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      • 286
        the savant says:

        Just one question Moderator :

        When a comment has applied to it the blue screen of death i e awaiting moderation does it get shown on the forum whilst you are deliberating its quasi certain demise ?

        or does it hide behind the phalanx of highly paid legal cousel ( i e Guido ) until such time as it is dutifully binned ?

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  114. 237
    Nemo says:

    Don’t worry only another 8 hours of this deluded drivel to go before the

    applause starts

    Like

  115. 238
    nellnewman says:

    Oh is he still wittering on – how much of his family tree has he told us about now?

    Like

  116. 242
    Good old fashioned Labour hypocrisy says:

    Ed’s shouting now, trying to sound like Obama.

    Like

  117. 244
    Bogeyman says:

    I notice the Beeb and Graun are in deep mourning at the death of Marxist hiistorian Eric Hobsbawm. Such is their coverage, you wonder if their staff have been instructed to wear black.

    Marxbawm was a close personal friend of the Milliboids, along with various influential politicians and intellectuals of the left. They were regular visitors to the family home.

    But of course it was Ed’s comprehensive school that made him into the success he is today (using the term loosely of course).

    Like

  118. 245
    One Nation says:

    How embarrassing was that load of shyte? I cringed all the way through it. God help us all if this t.w*.t ever gets back into office.

    Like

    • 252
      Moussa Koussa says:

      It was a good speech…AND YOU KNOW IT !!!!!!

      Repeal NHS changes…Job done

      Like

      • 259
        One Nation says:

        What’s up Moussy, can’t you get all the psy.ch.o treatment you need at your local NHS? I believe the poor doctors & nurses have had their free biscuits stopped too.

        Like

        • 281
          B'east says:

          Mr Nation
          Have you ever seen the average nurses backside (usualy when they are walking away from your piss stained bed and uneaten food) ?
          Drs do tend to be healthy, they just f ucking hate you and wonder just how they can slice you open and have a good look
          Trust me I know , I have had threm tell me this socialy
          Most Doctors should be in Broadmoor and most nurses need to be in a fat farm

          Like

          • One Nation says:

            Funnily enough Mr B’east, I had to go the our local Hospital yesterday. It’s just had a brand new wing and is absolutely hideous. People were milling ’round bewildered as they hadn’t got a clue where to go. There are no receptionists now, just these touch screens! I felt so sorry for an elderly couple who were near to tears.

            As for my treatment, well let’s just say that your comments are spot on.

            Like

      • 273
        Freddie Mercury says:

        Fried Chicken.

        Like

      • 333
        Jimmy says:

        leave the political shit storms to me, moosey boy. my cheese is fresh.

        Like

      • 357
        Moussey Koussey says:

        Ah, it’s you Snddie, the exclamation marx show it.

        Like

  119. 250
    genghiz the kahn says:

    We’ve seen it,
    We’ve felt it…

    Ed quotes The Mayor of Bayswater.

    Like

  120. 251
    Who Cares says:

    Now all together “will keep the Red Flag flying here………”

    Like

  121. 255
    Taking the middle road says:

    The bloke with the applause board is still holding it up!

    Like

  122. 256
    Fish says:

    TF it’s over.

    Unbelievably formulaic.
    Jumped on bandwagons already rolling
    repetative
    even nicked large parts of Balls Olympics speech
    sick-making

    Like

  123. 262
    Pinstriped Chancer says:

    He sounds, as someone said of Major,”Like an angry nerd returning a toaster to Woolworths.” Big Society? One Nation? God help us.

    Like

  124. 264
    Justin Lee Collins says:

    I only hit my girlfriend to calm her down

    Like

  125. 265
    bi-curious says:

    Only caught the last 20 mins – all ya-da ya-da ya-da. Got caught up watching the reaction of the dummies behind and in the hall. More had eyes for the camera and the big screens, rather than Ed.

    Couldn’t believe Brillo marvelling over Ed not stumbling once, where I’d noticed several. I suspect he wasn’t speaking without help, look for eveidence of radio mikes prompting him.

    Like

    • 267
      jgm2 says:

      No we know where he’s been for the past couple of weeks. Learning his speech off by heart.

      Like

      • 365
        Britain the Ruined Country says:

        I can just imagine him swotting away to learn the speech and talking to himself in the mirror – his body language and facial gurning are definately on a par with McDoom for awkwardness and total insincerity.

        Like

  126. 268
    I don't need no doctor says:

    Just how far up Ed Miliband’s arse is the BBC’s Nick Robinson?

    Like

  127. 276
    Andrew Mitchell says:

    Dave will concentrate on the visuals in his comedy turn.

    I shall lead the Cabinet all bicycling around in circles on the stage,while Dave is parachuted in from a dizzy height of 4 feet.

    Like

  128. 276
    Rhonddablue says:

    Milibland seems to me mesmerisingly unconvincing. Incredible hypocrisy seems to be the keynote. BBC R5 Live loved it though. Pienaar very keen to find approval and Richard Bacon barely able to contain premature ejaculation.

    .

    Like

    • 338
      Biased Broadcasting Corporation says:

      That’s BBC Radio 5 Labour for you. They don’t even try to hide their political allegiance any more. They think nobody can stop them.

      Like

  129. 280
    One Nation says:

    Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaargh, Hapless Harriet speaking to Bunter Boulton. What a sad old bag she is.

    Like

    • 291
      Axe The Telly Tax says:

      Another million votes to the Tories. LOL

      Like

    • 298
      B'east says:

      She is “pretty” (or would have been 40 years ago) however, I would suggest that everytime she opened her mouth a real man (such as Jimmy Savile) would have just shoved his cock in it and shut her up
      Sadly Mrs

      Like

  130. 283
    Tom says:

    Hahahahahahaha.
    Knob that he is he’ll be waving goodbye to Dave & Gideon in 2015.
    Not the best advert for Eton.

    Like

    • 296
      One Nation says:

      Tom, stop being such a bleedin snob. Just remember what your Leader has said at least a million times this afternoon………… WE ARE ONE NATION!!

      Like

  131. 303
    Greychatter says:

    Apparently Daddy came into England on a false passport, we now call them Illegal immigrants and try to send them back. Nick Clegg half Dutch, father British of Russian ancestry.

    Why are there so many first generation immigrant socialists in British politics?
    Easy living?

    Ed, David M, Chucka etc.,

    Like

  132. 305
    Roger The cabin Boy says:

    ‘One Nation’ My arse – It seems a load of old bollocks that is no more than a rehash of ‘We are all in it together’!

    Like

  133. 306
    B'east says:

    Nick Robinson is a tape worm in glasses
    Stuck right up Labours arse so far that he is coming out of its mouth and sucking up shit like the parasite that he is

    Tapeworm Robinson your lisense fee in action

    Like

  134. 312
    genghiz the kahn says:

    “We now go over to Manchester for more Balls from Ed Miliband.”

    Like

  135. 318
    This is fun. says:

    137 CV’s and not one reply??!!

    I’m sorry but that is absolutely 100% BULLSHIT.

    Like

  136. 320
    Moley says:

    Regarding that Speech;

    Green Ed shows the way by recycling his rubbish.

    Like

  137. 346
    Hava Nagila says:

    Given that this country has such freedom that two major political parties have been led by Jewish foreigners (Howard for the Tories, Miliband for Labour), would it not be appropriate for Miliband to thank us, the native British, for our generosity and hospitality?

    Would it not be appropriate to recognise the enormous good that this country does instead of whining about the need for more immigrants, more multiculturalism, less Britishness and more handouts?

    Like

  138. 364
    Anti-miliband says:

    when a builder spends 14 years putting up my extension and screws it up. I dont trust his apprentice to fix it.

    Like

  139. 376
    b,east says:

    I have turned over a new leaf.maybe milliband is not as bad as we thought,lets give him a chance ,you never know he may turn out all right.now i,ve outed myself I feel better already.

    Like


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“Labour MPs will unite behind Ed Miliband, once we find out what our policies are.”



cynic says:

Can anyone help me? I went on holiday a week ago and returned to find someone has pulled out the stake and Gordon Brown is back and acting as Prime Minister. What did I miss? Has there been a snap election?


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