October 9th, 2012

Jacob Rees Mogg’s Conference Fashion Tips

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A gentleman should never let a tacky lanyard ruin his look. Especially when your conference pass can just as easily be worn on a watch chain…


114 Comments

  1. 1
    Durr... says:

    He is from another age.

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    • 6
      Sir James Savile OBE, KCSG, Pillar of the British Establishment(and Israel) says:

      1970s? Knob jockey?

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      • 15
        Freddie Starr says:

        Anti-semite! But true.

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      • 16
        V1le Labour ruined my Country says:

        Don’t expect the political class to give us a referendum on EU because it’s their unofficial pension scheme. Fail in the UK and do a Kinnock, milk Europe for all you can get.

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    • 13
      Anthropologist says:

      The Age of the Dinosaurs.

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    • 20
      Moussa Koussa says:

      This is priceless. Mongo Moggy the Mog Mog. A man 100% representative of all things Dave, and his only BBC Question Time lieutenant.

      Will Day Break Dave be on ITV’s Daybreak on Thursday morning.

      Anyone know when Warsi speech is on.

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    • 35
      Chav Jewelry says:

      Well done the Moggster.

      Every tramp and his dog has a lanyard and pass slung around his neck these days. Walk down every high street, go into any pound shop, pop into Greggs and you will be sure to see these Chav trinkets everywhere you look.

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    • 66
      Friend of jimmy says:

      Stone,iron or under

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    • 73
      Fish says:

      …Especially when your conference pass can just as easily be worn on a watch chain…

      …alongside one’s monocle, presumably

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  2. 2
    A Historian says:

    Ah yes, Jacob.

    Parliamentary Representative for the 18th Century.

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    • 59
      Mike Raffone says:

      …forget ye notte that his constituents voted the ‘yet to be wet-nursed’ Moggster into office…. would you want him representing you??? Seriously??? Had he been my fag I should have duffed him up rather…and rather frequently at that!! Pip Pip!!

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    • 75
      BBC DG's Office says:

      Yes. The authentic sight and sound of the modern Tory party.

      To ensure balance, Editors, we must invite him on to our broadcasts, on a regualr basis.

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    • 79
      Anonymous says:

      I like him. He’s no party clone, does a nice line in dry humour and is usually quite forensic in his analysis. Yes, he does look like he’s just stepped off his carriage c. Queen Victoria’s reign but try listening to what he says and not how he looks and it’s pretty much good sense.

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      • 114
        Anonymous says:

        Don’t be so fucking ridiculous. Why should we care what he says when we can dismiss him on the basis of how he wears a conference pass.

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  3. 3
    Guido glove puppet says:

    Oy vey! Don’t mention the disastrous manufacturing and trade deficit figures.

    Will no one think of the poor bankers!? The plebs are scamming all their rightful trillions, claiming JSA, at £65/week!

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  4. 4
    completely-pissed-off says:

    Just another out-of-touch pompous twat.

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  5. 7
    Uncle Joe says:

    Clearly a reactionary facist. Shoot him and then sell his suit

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  6. 10
    Anonymous says:

    Is he the future of the Tory Party?

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    • 22
      Tory Party RIP - Killed by Camoron says:

      Thanks to Dimwit Dave, spendaholic europhile socialist muppet, the Tory Party has no future,

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      • 63
        Tristram Smallbore-ffipps says:

        Do not despair. Bonkers Johnson plans to seduce the plebs with bonka-bonka parties, the dance of the cabbage patch doll (on a zip wire) and all to the accompaniment of the Benny Hill theme tune. How can they resist?

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    • 32
      The Golem says:

      Dave and Nick are working on it. Anthropologist may well be right.

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  7. 12

    Is Nanny in the entourage?

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  8. 19
    Copy & paste says:

    Osborne’s ‘legacy’ if we are not careful will be a workforce crippled by casualisation, zero-hour contracts, fixed term roles and part time jobs replacing solid full time employment. This will lead to a demoralised, deskilled and overstretched workforce unwilling and unable to make further discretionary efforts.

    The most productive workers per hour worked are the French, because they value their workforce, invest in their skills, and respect their rights. This government’s approach is that of the Victorian sweatshop owner, squeezing one lot of workers until the pips squeak, then moving on to the next lot. The state threatens all that, by protecting freedom from exploitation so rolling back its influence is a mission for the party of the rich.

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    • 27
      Engineer says:

      Yeah – I know, let’s nationalise everything, then we can pay the workers what they think they’re worth. I know we’d have no way of paying the bills, but why let a boring detail get in the way of a good idea?

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    • 28
      Dave Camoron (one-term PM) says:

      Ya, that’s about the gist of it, old bean.

      Toodle pip!

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    • 71
      The General Public says:

      The most productive workers per hour worked are the French

      They need to be, given that they average among the least number of working hours in Europe.

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      • 93
        Anonymous says:

        “The most productive workers per hour worked are the French, because they value their workforce, invest in their skills, and respect their rights.”

        Maybe so, but more importantly the French ignore any dictat from the EU that doesn’t suit them.

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        • 110
          Haribo Halfwit says:

          ..and it’s astonishing how cheaply you can turn out pret a porter clothes in the DOM-TOMs.

          The label still says ‘France’ if the labour’s from Martinique.

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  9. 21
    Engineer says:

    Well done, that man. Far too much boring conformity is being imposed on us all.

    This should be taken a stage further. For example, MPs for rural seats might use a piece of baler twine.

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  10. 24
    Moussa Koussa says:

    Shhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh…… Deficit Figures

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  11. 25
    Moussa Koussa says:

    Shhhhhhhhhh…… IMF Forcasts

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  12. 26
    Religion: The Original Sin says:

    Interesting Comment in the Mail re Hollande’s exodus

    We condemn British Tax Evaders but welcome French Tax Evaders

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    • 37
      Religion: The Original Sin says:

      Or should that be Invaders

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    • 41
      The BBC-debrainwashing Unit says:

      Avoiders. But they’re coming here to pay tax, not avoid it.

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    • 48
      Mornington Crescent says:

      Yet we seem happy to flog BAe Systems to France/Germany, with some spurious proviso that the French and German stay out of running it. As if Hollande and Merkel are going to take any notice of that long-term.

      Man up, Dave and say “non.”

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    • 77
      UKIP.i.am.awake says:

      “Paris estate agent Daniel Feau said: ‘It’s nearly a general panic. Some 400 to 500 residences worth more than €1million have come onto the Paris market since May.

      ‘And the profile of those who are leaving has changed, from the idle rich to managers of major international corporations and entrepreneurs who are scared of a marginal tax rate of 62.21 percent on sales of stock.’

      Thibault de Saint Vincent, president of Barnes France estate agents, added: ‘With the Internet it is now possible to work in any corner of the world.

      In London, recruitment agency Astbury Martin – which specialises in highly-paid banking jobs – said it had seen a 51 per cent in applications from French jobseekers.”

      Bonjour French job creators.

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      • 80
        Anonymous says:

        “…51 per cent in applications from French jobseekers.” Means fuck all – could be from three to four!

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      • 112
        That Ass..ang stole my surety says:

        Man the Bastille. Let those who remain eat errh..gateau. The rich must die. Vive la Republique soon to contain only plebs, it seems.

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  13. 29
    Sara D says:

    Sssssshhhhhhh…………….. Milibands £10 million quid

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    • 34
      RetardEd Miliband says:

      Why hathn’t the government thent me a cheque for forty thouthound poundth?

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    • 39
      Engineer says:

      Miliband’s a millionaire, eh? Has he had his £40,000 cheque from the government, yet?

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      • 45
        Downs says:

        Only if he has overpaid. Otherwise he will have to pay less. But this is too complicated for Ed to understand or at least his audience.

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      • 72
        National Socialist says:

        Isn’t this mythical £40,000 to do with income tax? Does Ed really earn over a million a year?

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        • 78
          Elite Socialists do not pay taxes says:

          Won’t be far off when Mrs Miliband’s earnings are added. Suspect much of his income is locked away in tax efficient trusts though.

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        • 80
          UKIP.i.am.awake says:

          Ed Millionaireband doesn’t pay the top rate of tax because he hires accountants to minimise his taxes as all millionaire socialists do.

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  14. 46
    Moussa Koussa says:

    ***** NEWSFLASH *****

    Mitchell seen at Birmingham Broad Steet.

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  15. 47
    Tesco says:

    Good man if you want to shift old fruit splatt

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  16. 49
    Cyber Space says:

    Where do the posts that are neither accepted nor go into into awaiting moderation go?

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  17. 50
    Cressida's Dick says:

    Boris keeping his powder dry for the moment. Dave, you’re toast on so many levels.

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  18. 54
    Rupert murdoch says:

    Jimmy(beyond the grave)fixed it for me

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  19. 55
    Cnut the Great says:

    He won’t keep the UKIP tide back with that pathetic talisman

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    • 70
      Tristram Smallbore-ffipps says:

      You could keep the UKIP tide back with a teaspoon. The only time they exert any force is when they submit their expense claims.

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  20. 61
    Religion: The Original Sin says:

    Gabon set to ditch French for English as nation’s second language in bid to ‘improve opportunities’ for its people.

    ‘Welfare benefits’ for ‘prestations d’aide sociale’

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  21. 62
    Fred says:

    So this is more important than the IMF news?

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  22. 68
    rather says:

    Good for Mogg. Why the fuck shouldn’t he dress as he so wishes?
    I dont care if he is classed as a toff. Any time I’ve heard him speak, he is eloquent and rather impressive.
    The country could do with raising standards to his level as opposed to dumbing it down to the level of Mong Watson and yobs like him.

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    • 74
      Tristram Smallbore-ffipps says:

      Impressive? A man with the intellect of one of Baldrick’s turds and a grasp on reality matched only by Gideon’s policy of an offshore trust for all>

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    • 90
      Moshe Schappstein says:

      Most importantly – he takes his weight on his elbows.

      When fucking his favourite labrador.

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    • 106
      Hinton Blewett says:

      You really are right in this.

      Mogg or Mong ? There’s simply no choice…

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  23. 76
    Brown out and pay me damages says:

    Offensive twat!

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  24. 89
    Somerset Constituent says:

    Jacob Rees-Mogg is an articulate, conscientious and honest M.P. Infinitely better than the Labour mong that preceded him.

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  25. 94
    Anonymous says:

    Keep up the good work Jacob! Not all Bullingdon is bad, just the Cameron type!

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  26. 95
    Anonymous says:

    ANYBODY in the Tory Party who thinks the OPPOSITE of Cameron/Osborne, is worth encouraging. Well done Jacob!

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  27. 99
    Anonymous says:

    Has anyone noticed just how small the Tory confrence is this year?

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    • 102
      Anonymous says:

      Yes, its a good job the conference isn`t in Blackpool any more or 80% of the seats would be empty.

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    • 103
      Anonymous says:

      William Hague gave a cast-iron guarantee that the Tories would never ditch Blackpool.

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    • 104
      Anonymous says:

      The rank and file grass roots supporters are not there. Nobody`s there!

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    • 105
      Anonymous says:

      Its deliberate. The Cameroons are out to wreck the Tory Party and would not want to be seen mixing with the plebs of the grass roots rank and filers.

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  28. 100
    Anonymous says:

    What`s wrong with a watch chain anyway?

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  29. 101
    Anonymous says:

    Fashion tips may be in vogue but how could anyone look as bad as Samantha Cameron. No style no tastle!

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  30. 109
    Anonymous says:

    Another false set of hopes and promises from Cameron tomorrow.

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