October 2nd, 2012

Sky Gives Prominent Labour Figures Head at Party


113 Comments

  1. 1
    Taking the middle road says:

    Harman or Cooper?

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  2. 2
    Anonymous says:

    Donuts!

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  3. 3
    Kebab Time says:

    Only 11 hours behind ;)

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    • 35
      Dr Nuts says:

      Must’ve been Mandelson – got staying power – and sh!t didn’t stick!
      Bit like Vaz, but nicer!

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  4. 4
    Flatcap Army says:

    wow, a chance to eat Harriet Harman.

    Eurgh

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  5. 5
    gary says:

    Donuts!

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  6. 7
    Jim Fixed it for me says:

    Soggy biscuits

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  7. 9
    Good old fashioned Labour hypocrisy says:

    Ed Miliband is apparently going to use class in his speech to attack “posh boy” Cameron. A tad hypocritical, given the shadow cabinet are all millionaires. I bet they’ll keep Luciana Burger With Lies out of shot, given her upper class background and her £5000 personalised licence plate.

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    • 25
      Dr Nuts says:

      What about Shaun Woodward – the richest member of the House, labour MP… does he get an honourable mention?

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      • 37
        Shadow Cabinet Member says:

        But a lot of us inherited our wealth, so it’s not out fault. Just as it’s not our fault that we received expensive private school education – that was a decision taken by our parents wirthout any reference to us. Unlike the Tories of course, who decided to become millionaires through their hard work and business acumen and therefore deserve to be beaten over the head by our Class Warfare stick.

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        • 51
          Um bongo, Um bongo, 7" from the Congo says:

          Cameron – “hard work and business acumen”?

          Fuck off.

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          • Frightfully upset Maidstone says:

            You Plebs make me sick! We make work and give you jobs out of the goodness of our hearts, without a thought to profit and all we get is the usual ingratitude.

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        • 53
          All Tories are parasitic scum says:

          who decided to become millionaires through their hard work

          Their hard work? Not the hard work of the low-paid jobfodder that actually do the hard work that earns the mountains of cash that Tory parasites shove into their own bank accounts, while the people who do the hard work struggle to make ends meet?

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        • 59
          jgm2 says:

          Don’t forget the inherited privilege in the Labour ranks too. Balls and Miliband both children of university lecturers (social class A1). Balls even went to daddy’s old college at Oxford. How nice.

          But he’s a committed socialist. Oh yes.

          Andrew Neil did a show a while back railing against how the small window of social mobility of the 1950’s – 1970’s had been shut. How government and opposition were now dominated not just by a single university (Oxford) but a single university course (PPE).

          There was some bedwetter from Glasgow on there banging on about how he couldn’t bring himself to vote for the local Labour MP because he (the MP) wasn’t ‘working class’. I had no sympathy with the fucker at the time but now I begin to see what he was getting at. It’s not that his local Labour MP is not ‘working class’, it’s that all the fuckers, even the Labour ones, are sharp-elbowed middle-class products of sharp-elbowed, middle-class (or upper class) parents. None of the fuckers are working calss.

          There are no ex-miners or ex-bricklayers or ex-carpenters or ex-busdr*iv*ers. They’re practically all – of whatever political hue, children of teachers, lecturers, lawyers, bankers, doctors, union officials, third generation politicians, etc etc.

          At least with the T*ries you expect them to come from the professional classes. But Labour have become just as much a dynasty of the ‘professional’ classes as the T*ries.

          And not one of the fuckers has ever had to worry about where their next meal was coming from. Which is why they have no fucking clue how to run a budget and live within their means. Daddy and his chequebook was always there to pick up the pieces.

          The ‘Me, me, me’ generation is what has given us this incompetent crowd of ‘Me, me, me’ politicians.

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          • You had the wartime National Governments – understandable.
            You had the post-war consensus – marked time at best, paved way for inflation and strife at worst.
            You had the hippy generation – nice people – plenty of sex but flaky on where it really mattered.
            You had the Thatcher generation – focussed on self improvement where not striking.
            You had the Third Way – rather like having a new arsehole bored in the perineum.

            Now you have the CoagulationCoalition – One step forwards, one step back.

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          • HenryV says:

            Socialism is the product of the middle class, so why it shocks anybody that the Labour is dominated by the middle class is beyond me. Socialism came about because the rich could afford to educate and indulge second sons with an education. While big brother was running the family estate (or later business creating wealth and jobs, feeding and clothing people) the second son could while away the days thinking lovely pastoral thoughts, concerned about how terrible the world is for the poor. We mustn’t forget that the middle class are leaders in society. So these second sons, born into the class of leaders, but with no real world experience, began to believe they knew what is best for the huddled masses. Look at all the socialist heroes, look at how many actually worked for a living in a dirty, dirty, hard slogging job. And how many spent time in education and then went into nice professions.

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      • 93
        whippersnapper2 says:

        NO, only in the hypocrisy listings.

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    • 48
      The Paragnostic says:

      Ah, Lucrezia Berger.

      Is Upchuck YoMama still shagging her? Or has she moved on yet again to try to climb the greasy pole (and I don’t mean McShameless)?

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  8. 11
    nellnewman says:

    well if they’re cake they’ll give you indigestion.

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  9. 13
    Sir Jimmy cracks a "joke" about schoolgirls says:

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  10. 14
    Religion: The Original Sin says:

    Headline:-

    Dog eats Dog

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  11. 18
    Moussa Koussa says:

    Bring it on. Murdoch Mongs !!!!!

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      jgm2 says:

      There is a golden opportunity for Murdoch to take revenge on the BBC. If the public were up in arms about the News of The World allegedly hacking a missing kid’s phone – imagine what it will do to the BBC’s reputation if it turns out they were covering up for Jimmy’s little habits.

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    • 33
      The Liebour Parteh says:

      Labour are at war with Murdoch. Labour have always been at war with Murdoch.

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      • 46
        Dr Nuts says:

        Really?
        In the same way they were at war with Iraq? nothing to do with oil, despite everyone pointing out at the time,
        1 Iraq had the 2nd largest oil reserve, and
        2 didn’t want $US for its oil.

        So … how did the war with Child Poverty go?
        Or Education, Edukation, Edukashun?
        Or being Whiter than White?

        I am sure Labour is credible to someone… I just can’t understand why!

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        • 91
          Dobbie says:

          That will be one Mr Tony B£iar – it’s ‘cos he’s feckin’ minted. No one has reported his fee for”saving” the massive corporate deal yesterday. I bet it’s more than 2/6d.

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        • 94
          whippersnapper2 says:

          Only to those with the memories of a gnat with Alzheimers.
          Oh dear I jut included 70% of the whole British voting public….shome mishtake shurely…..

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  12. 20
    John F. Kennedy says:

    Ich bin ein Jelly Doughnut.

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  13. 22
    Gonk says:

    Instant cure for a stoppage

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  14. 23
    Raving Loon says:

    Not sure about the idea of putting Balls in my mouth.

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    • 49
      In Spite says:

      of what everyone else says, I’d just love to eat HaPerson – and watch her writhe with whatever it is she wrathes with.

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      • 74
        jgm2 says:

        She writhes with stupidity.

        She is, paradoxically, Labours finest argument against inherited privilege. If Harriet had started life in a council estate she’d have had six kids by four different fathers and never have had any job above the rank of Dot Cotton in a laundrette.

        She’d still vote Labour though.

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  15. 24
    Moussa Koussa says:

    TWO MORE MURDOCH MONGS ARRESTED THIS MORNING !!!!!!!!

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    • 26
      Kebab Time says:

      Nothing to say about the BBC covering up sexual abuse?

      I am sure you would agree that is far worse than hacking into someones voicemail.

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      • 29
        nellnewman says:

        +10 Well said!

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      • 40
        The BBC says:

        He was one of our Greatest Stars. So therefore there is nothing to say or investigate.

        That is all.

        Now go and pay your telly tax!

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      • 45
        Moussa Koussa says:

        LOL…..Must try harder.

        Sky, NI, The Sun..involved in hacking, theft, corruption, blackmail, Perverting the course of justice etc etc..and you come up with a tail from the 70’s involving a dead man.

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        • 55
          Kebab Time says:

          So you dont take allegations of child sex abuse seriously .

          Thanks moussa for showing your true colours

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          • Moussa Koussa says:

            YOU SAID IT YOURSELF “”””Allegations””””””

            If you think that taking on the reputation of Jimmy in the 1970’s, as a weapon against the BBC, while Murdoch mongs line up in court, you are all in a fantasy land.

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          • Kebab Time says:

            Moussa

            The founder of Childline said “we all closed our ears to it”

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        • 61
          jgm2 says:

          Covering up child abuse would be ‘perverting the course of justice’.

          This has the potential to finish the BBC.

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        • 97
          whippersnapper2 says:

          Foussa Foussa…..you fuckin. idiot. I suppose you Labour friends had nothing to do with the Murdoch press ever…. In fact I have heard Labour loonies say Murdoch ? who he ? never heard of ‘im. Well you would wouldn’t you. But I admit my hearing aint. what it used to be.

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    • 28
      nellnewman says:

      Yawn!

      I think we’re all waiting ‘with bated breath’ for this militwit speech due today – something about he hasn’t spent the last 500 years sitting under an oak tree (??) and he’s going to cure youth unemployment at a stroke (good that one since it absolutely mushroomed during balls’ tenure at education) Oh and he’s just an ordinary sort of millionaire rather than a toff sort LOL!

      So now he’s leaked everything he’s going to say we don’t need to listen to him thankfully.

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      • 41
        I don't need no doctor says:

        Now if he were to walk across the water of the manchester ship canal, it might get his rating up to 23%.

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  16. 27
    Yes please says:

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  17. 30
    animal says:

    I always thought Harman was a ‘let them eat cake’ sort

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    • 38
      Mais NON! says:

      She wouldn’t know what bread was – try Brioche.

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      • 57
        The Paragnostic says:

        Strangely, you have alluded to the mistranslation of Mme Antionette’s original – the reasoning being that there was a flour shortage at the time, but plenty of butter.

        Brioche uses less flour than bread, so the advice to ‘let them eat brioche’ was actually less cynical than it seems to us centuries later.

        A votre sante!

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    • 62
      albacore says:

      Oh my! The answer to every commie’s wet dream
      Slurping saucy Harriet in sweet cookie cream
      With that fantasizing by lovelorn Labour mongs
      Conference will be silent, all sore, swollen tongues

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      • 71
        Religion: The Original Sin says:

        I hope you’re saving copies for a book. More vivid than the Monday Morning cartoons.

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  18. 36
    Rhetorical question says:

    Couldn’t they find a photo of Miliband where it isn’t obvious that he’s a completely retarded mong?

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  19. 39
    Slippery 'Dave' speaking with Slimey Vaz, says:

    Which lubricant do you use? Does it help you swallow your pride?

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  20. 44
    Loungelizard says:

    Spongers!

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  21. 52
    You couldn't make it up says:

    Now this fucking raghead’s lawyer is claiming Captain Hook needs medical treatment!!

    Terror suspect Abu Hamza needs MRI scan, his barrister tells the High Court as he seeks injunction against radical cleric’s removal

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    • 56
      Pawn Sandwich says:

      He can get it in the States.

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    • 63
      Marian Price says:

      He should contact me. I am playing the old extremely ill at death’s door routine again to try and avoid court

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    • 66
      The Paragnostic says:

      Poor Abu Hamza (may his tribe all get fucked)
      Awoke one night to find himself hooked.
      The moral being – When you can’t find some sand –
      Don’t scratch your arse with a prosthetic hand!

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    • 98
      whippersnapper2 says:

      Even if our lunatic judiciary finally manage to get rid of him, I want to know what happens to the rest of his tribe of 10 kids or whatever it is by now bumming off me and you.
      BTW I wonder if Harperson likes it hooked….oh never mind……..

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  22. 60

    Don’t quite get it.

    Looks like a multiple glory hole of characters you would not even accept payment from for fear of some ghastly terminal ailment.

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  23. 69
    I guess I'll have to just plug my ears during the opening credits says:

    I have been so looking forward to the new Bond film, Skyfall. Until, that is, I just found out the theme song will be sung by – retch – Adele.

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  24. 76
    Barry says:

    Wot! No Vaz?

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  25. 77
    Dingo says:

    Ed Millband has the face of a Regional Manager

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  26. 79
    Gordon Brown says:

    I always get confused when someone says log on to the computer

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  27. 80
    Jimmy says:

    So now the lead story is a photo of Guido’s breakfast?

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  28. 83

    Miliband speech bullet points.

    . Toff toff toff.
    . Toff toff toff
    . Banker toff, banker toff
    .toff toff toff
    . Must learn some lessons on spending
    .toff toff toff toff toff toff toff toff bank.
    Tax toff tax toff tax toff
    + finally – we are not a one issue, class struggle, anti-rich party, despite all I have just said. ..toff toff toff toff toff toff.

    Sound bite crescendo

    “Predistribute the HardWorkingFamilies of the next generation of predator producing 99% of all known germs”

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  30. 89
    Saffron says:

    Prominent liebour figureheads.
    Who pray tell might that bunch of shite be?.

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  31. 95
    YorkshireLad says:

    Is the one with Balls’ fizog on it vinegar flavoured?

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  32. 96
    GloryTory says:

    Balls to that

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  33. 100
    Anonymous says:

    Nice try Monica but no cigar.

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  34. 106
    the savant says:

    Are their faces supposed to encircled by a used condom ?

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Left on Left says:

The lefties are attacking because the panellist is a millionaire and lives in a London home worth upwards of two million. Someone had best tell them he’s called Ed Miliband.


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