October 4th, 2012

I Don’t Want Murdoch, DJ

Guido has noted with interest how campaigning hero Tom Watson has yet to call an inquiry into the BBC over Jimmy Savile. To be fair to Tommo, he has been busy enjoying Manchester’s nightlife over the last few days. Last night he was spinning the discs in the Sandinistas bar, treating party-goers to some Jackson Five. Looks like the whole Labour campaign chief thing is as easy as ABC…


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  1. 1
    Trinny says:

    Get a room you two

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    • 5
      London Calling says:

      So how are you justufying your extended stay oop North to the missus Guido? I thought the done thing was to get on the first train back to the smoke after the leader’s speech?

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      • 10
        The Latvian Embassy says:

        The done thing is to stay away from the Labour Party conference altogether.

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        • 44
          John Johnson says:

          Free drinkies and gossip, who’s back stabbing who, who’s on the up and who’s on the down……..

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      • 15
        Baltic Bungee Jumper says:

        Here’s a thought, maybe someone else took the pic?

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      • 26
        I hate Parliament so much it hurts says:

        Len McCluskey didn’t make a speech, he just said he thought his poodle Miliband had done quite well.

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    • 56
      Anonymous says:

      Latvian model falls from balcony in hotel being used by Labour conference delegates.I’m sure you can work on a conspiracy theory from that.

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      • 63
        genghiz the kahn says:

        It is very unusual for pretty girls to fall over balconies 8 floors up.

        Why were Labour delegates not immediately evacuated on Health and Safety grounds cos the railings were too low?

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  2. 2
    Throbber says:

    Horrible Cnut

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    • 38
      Bliar says:

      The FOXNEWS of blogs do it again.

      Hiding behind an alleged child rapist to make Murdoch look reasonable.

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  3. 3
    smoggie says:

    Play it again, Tom.

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  4. 4
    Anonymous says:

    Why no leader article yet on the serial U-turns perpetrated by our shiny leader, the WCML fiasco being the latest episode?

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    • 8
      UKIP.i.am.awake says:

      Ah yes the WCML fiasco. Evidence if more evidence is needed that anything done by the state is bloody incompetent whoever fronts it. It just makes the nationalisation fans look even more barmy.

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    • 12
      Where are Tony Blair's Expenses says:

      Did the DoT use an evaluation process brought in by Labour !!

      Would Branson have complained about a flawed process if he had won.

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      • 17
        Baltic Bungee Jumper says:

        No, but FG would have. They’ve got ex-FG staff in the DoT and at least one member of the FG board is ex-DoT. Pretty damn incestuous innit?

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  5. 6
    Sweaty Vest says:

    Thomas the Tank Top.

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  6. 7
    The Public says:

    Tommo has been asked to wait for his leader to jump on the bandwagon first.

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  7. 9
    UKIP.i.am.awake says:

    Watson! Spin on it.

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  8. 11
    Gonk says:

    48DD should never go braless

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  9. 13
    Fuck the bbc says:

    What a sad tw/t

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    • 61
      genghiz the kahn says:

      Sandinista Bar, how quaint.

      Weren’t they the Left’s Latin American cause of the decade in the 1980s, standing up to Reagan, and Thatcher.

      Imagine the fuss Tw@tson would make if there had been a pub called The General Pinochet.

      Lets all go to Castros, and enjoy the moral vacuum.

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  10. 14

    Aside from that fat C**t, Obama made some really good points in the debate – all in favour of Romney.

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  11. 16
    Anonymous says:

    Taking advantage of the Manchester nightlife Guido? 100,000 students can’t be wrong.

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    • 25
      John Johnson says:

      Wasn’t there a series, I think it was chanel 4, about the gayboy scene in Machester/Salford.

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      • 58
        Anonymous says:

        the man looks happy.
        Happy people are successful
        or was that successful people are happy
        or even Happy people are those people whose success have meaning for them.

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    • 29
      Snaplegs says:

      Hmmmm, a political party persuing the student vote – didn’t work out well for the last lot that tried.

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  12. 18
    Aunty Matter says:

    The Labour party won’t be calling for an investigation into the BBC or kiddie fiddling.

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    • 45
      I hate Parliament so much it hurts says:

      The Left protect their own. Anyone remember the late Gerry Healy, founder and leader of the Workers’ Revolutionary Party, and close friend of Ken Livingstone? Described by Andrew Gilligan as a “serial rapist”, he abused his position within the WRP to serially abuse female ‘comrades’ (and he used Party funds for his own ends, natch). When it all came to light, after a female comrade blew the whistle, the WRP collapsed.

      Livingstone, ever the apologist for sex-abusers (qv his support for the religion of female genital mutilation), denounced the abuse claims against Healy as “an MI5 plot”.

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  13. 19
    Tom Twatson says:

    Up… up… up… if you take that photo from the right angle, I might not look like a bovine X-Box playing fuck tragically trying to reclaim his youth.

    Do my glasses look cool kids? Do they?

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  14. 20
    Another perv on the way to hell says:

    There were always rumours that he was a nonce.

    Sorry wrong item – or perhaps……….

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  15. 21
    Lady Virginia Droit de Seigneur says:

    If he takes requests ask for “Panic” by the Smiths

    The evening might turn out better than anticipated.

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  16. 24
    Bogeyman says:

    I met Jimmy Savile’s brother once. No mistaking him, especially as he was keen to let you know the connection. The guy even had his brother’s mannerisms, basking in the reflected fame, but didn’t seem quite such a prat as his sibling.

    Today he would be well advised to wear a disguise.

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  17. 27
    anonymous says:

    Now that SkyNews has become ‘our’ lost child channel will it employ more staff as presenters, cameramen etc to cover ALL child disappearance incidents all over the country? Will it stop the ads so that it doesn’t miss anything? Will it raise the public perception of the role of the police in such matters? Will it continue to portray currently ‘innocent’ people as guilty of crimes they may not have committed? Will they give Kay Burley an extende contract?

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  18. 28
    nellnewman says:

    So apart from having earned a reputation as being one of gordon’s malevolent backstabbers this man spends most of his time playing xbox games or djing. Not exactly the calibre of person we need for mp in these difficult times is he?

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  19. 30
    Ed (i'm not my brothers seat warmer) REALLYBLAND says:

    We have enough shite in Manchester without westminster sending us more
    the only benefit i see from having the labour party conference here , is our whores can buy more crack

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    • 36
      John Johnson says:

      “our whores can buy more crack” could be the types that they have to go with, if there was no demand they wouldn’t be on the game, trouble is most guys let their willies control there brains

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  20. 33
    Steve Miliband says:

    Jon Pienaar on 5 liars this morning sounded as though he had been up all night on the lash with his left wing mates

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  21. 42
    nigelforengland says:

    Perhaps he could investigate Margaret Hodge while he’s at it, shouldn’t take ling given his position.

    Just been reading that disgusting stuff about Mandy, I bet he bought the first copy of ‘Rings Around The World’ by the Super Furry Animals.

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  22. 43
    Sir William Waad says:

    “MP calls for enquiry into Savile row”

    Quite right. The last suit I bought there was dreadful.

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    • 46
      John Johnson says:

      Was that for your official duties Sir Bill?

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    • 60
      Ken and Kenneth says:

      Do you dress to the right sir?

      Suit you, all the ladies love a man in a suit.

      Picture the scene Sir, you are walking across Westminster Bridge you see your pretty SPAD in a short skirt on the lawns, and you rush over to her and give one….

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  23. 49

    Now, come on all you reprobates. Sign the Keep Page 3 petition
    here:

    http://chn.ge/QILplN

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  24. 51
    ToonBob... says:

    Not a pie in sight, must have all been eaten ?

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  25. 52
    Huhne's lawyers says:

    Another day in court. Another day of press gagging.

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  26. 55
    Lou Scannon says:

    http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/national-virtual-id-card-scheme-set-for-launch-is-there-anything-that-could-possibly-go-wrong-8196543.html

    The public will be able to use their log-ins from a set list of “trusted” private organisations Can’t think of any organisation I would really trust with my personal details, off-hand. (Definitely can’t trust any government department, of course.)

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  27. 57

    Glad others are reviewing JK Rowling’s book so I don’t have to tip even more cash into her socialist coffers.

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  28. 65
    A load of shite says:

    let’s be honest, Watson is one giant heap of shite.

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  29. 67
    Disco Biscuit says:

    Pff laptop and a Traktor Controller? Not a proper DJ then.

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  30. 69
    Strangers in the night says:

    Latvian?…. Great thing this free movement of labour within the EU!

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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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