October 9th, 2012

Video: Boris Speech Highlights Showreel

Note Dave’s completely unforced smile:


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  1. 1
    jgm2 says:

    Boris for PM.

    He might be a bit of a clown but so was Brown and at least Boris is intentionally funny as opposed to Brown’s Ricky-Gervaise-hands-in-front-of-you-face-peeking-through-the-fingers excruciatingly embarrassingly ‘funny’.

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      Tony Blair put his Nokia in a jelly

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      Sack the editor says:

      But it finished just as he was going to take the piss out of Ed1 and Ed2.

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      • 14
        jgm2 says:

        Apparently the ‘message’ of any speech is better when you go on about what you’re going to do rather than name-checking your political opponents.

        I’m not sure I agree. If I were the T*ries I’d spend every conference giving it chapter-and-verse on the utter economic clusterfuck bequeathed by Labour. Because even in 2010 there were still 28% of the voters who were unaware.

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          Anonymous says:

          According to Newsnight last night the real terms deficit reduction by this government thus far is 2%.

          We’ve got our own clusterfuck in government at the moment. Let’s hope 28% or more of voters don’t realise that.

          Keep Camoron and Osborne in post and we’ll lose the next election.

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  2. 2
    Brown out and pay me damages says:

    Boris on the offensive against the obnoxious labour party.

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  3. 3
    Jim says:

    “Every chocolate Hobnob in the world made in London!”

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  4. 4
    genghiz the kahn says:

    An age of excess, followed by an age of austerity and an age of enterprise is a message of hope unlike Miliband’s quote from The Mayor of Bayswater…We’ve seen it, we’ve felt it…

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  5. 7
    jgm2 says:

    I like Boris but he always sounds so tongue-tied. He doesn’t seem able to string more than three or four words together without repeating himself.

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    • 13
      freddy the furry fish says:

      I think the tongue tying is Boris attempting to keep himself in check.

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      Maggie rules says:

      Plus there’s the Boris Hillsborough debacle and, sadly, contact with Newscorp and Fred Michel by him, which according to the weekend TV, he hushed up. Makes him look like Jezza the C’unt.

      To be a PM you need more than humour.

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    Tooth fairy says:

    So BoJo was scared of raising the EU and his opinion on an in out referendum.

    Amusing but pointless speech ….. unless we stop bleeding money to the EU how are we to achieve all what BoJo wants?

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  7. 12
    good man says:

    Good to see him digging Cameron in the head about Latin and Magna Carta.

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  8. 17
    keredybretsa says:

    He sounded like he thinks too fast for his mouth to keep up and bring out all that he wants to say.

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  9. 18
    Ian 'the moose' Abrahams says:

    privileged Hunt

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  10. 19

    Trolls seem worried. Is it because Miliband only does well if Cameron does badly? In a Boris vs Ed battle the one nation kid will get his ass kicked.

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  11. 22
    jgm2 says:

    For a moment there I thought you said ‘One nation y*id.’

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  12. 23
    Anonymous says:

    As far as shares for rights is concerned, fuck off Gideon. Everybody with more than one live brain cell knows it’s a scam.

    The fact that you think you might get away with it is a fucking insult.

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    gildedtumbril says:

    When will the penny drop that ALL the bastards piss in the same pot? Liblabconukip(while they steal)green, whatever ballox party they have all been bought by foreign powers. ALL are guilty of malfeasance, which ought to be a Capital Crime to be rewarded with the same rope as treachery
    Has anyone lately checked the cost per Mp pa for ‘servicing’? Last I heard it was £1,000,000 each pa.That was about 10 years ago. It has been quiet of late, bastards. Is Westminster bog roll monagrammed?
    The Augean Stables need a complete clean out, and disinfection.

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    • 27
      Uncle Joe says:

      One division of NKVD would solve the problem for you, I would clean all your cities of the scum you’ve let in, rediscipline your working class and set the expectations of the intelligentsia at the right level, your upper class would be exterminated. I would be harsh, but harsh. No more than 200,000 dead and I would say 1million in camps. I’d deport around 6million.
      12 months tops and its done.

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      • 31
        Pol Pot says:

        Amateur

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        Sir William Waad says:

        And then it would take another 60 years to sort out the mess. Stalin wasn’t even competent.

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        EU-loving BBC and LibLabCon says:

        Actually, with a few amendments of targets – e.g. substitute ‘opponents of EU’ for ‘upper class’, that will be the policy of the LibLabCon.

        “No more than 200,000 dead and I would say 1million in camps. I’d deport around 6million.” Getting rid of this many English should easily make enough room for another 22million immigrants!

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    English Liberation Front says:

    A whiff of the Frankie Howerd in that delivery. Such an amusing contrast to the po-faced, faux sincerity and faux outrage of the permanently offended, permanently struggling, permanently angst-ridden Labour party with their plans to legislate for totalitarian egalitarianism whether we like it or not.

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  15. 26
    Anony mous says:

    Glad to see the T*ries haven’t run out of idiots then, just think if this clown ends up as PM pity help us all

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    BBC's Norman Davros - Smith says:

    Boris praised Cameron BUT gave a list of his own achievements; not critcal BUT might be; Not competing for the top job BUT might in the future, Yes BUT, no BUT, yes BUT, no BUT, BUT, BUT, BUT, BUT, BUT…exterminate…EXTERMINATE…EXTERMINATE

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    • 39
      Biased Broadcasting Corporation says:

      Norman Smith’s assessment of Boris’s speech was that it was simply a recitation of his achievements in London, i.e. that he was just bigging himself up.

      Got to flog the ‘Tories are self-serving bastards’ line at every opportunity, hasn’t he?

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        Baldy says:

        I notice the BBC didn’t cover Ed Miliband not giving a list of his achievements while in power.

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    Shooty* says:

    Did anyone notice his reference to William Hague as the Sponge?

    A la Withnail and I: “Are you a stone, or a sponge?”

    Subtle.

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  18. 35
    Taxfodder says:

    Here’s a photograph of a bright future me-lad…and there’s plenty more where that came from providing you give me a job.

    Same old conference guff trotted out every year to the poor old tory types….mushrooms and poo comes to mind, unsurprisingly the not so new Labour lot not much better if not a tad funnier.

    Conference smoke and mirrors reveals another very, very brief glimpse of a large helping of jam tomorrow…but only if you vote the crooks into power.

    So don’t despair… if you are fed up with dithering Dave thats ok! You can have Bonking Boris…indeed pretty much who ever you like it will be just the same for you…..utter crap!

    Except of course not for them…..

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    Sir William Waad says:

    The Tommy Cooper of politics.

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