October 18th, 2012

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  1. 1
    genghiz the kahn says:

    Gorgeous George is having kittens.

    Policeman investigates burglary at GGs and has it off with GG’s assistant at GG’s flat.

    “My first contact with xxxxx came on the day of a burglary at my home in Streatham in June. He was introduced to me by my then parliamentary assistant xxxxx. It is my understanding that the two had had, and were having, a relationship.”


    Is this a case of breaking and entering?


  2. 2

    Tell it to wipe its feet when it comes back in.


  3. 3
    Derek McCulloch says:

    The BBC covered up my crimes for 40 years.

    Goodnight children, everywhere!


    • 8

      Is this surmise or actually established now?

      Creepy. I remember it from my youth before I even knew what abuse was.


      • 18
        The end of the BBC says:

        News veteran John Simpson has claimed that the BBC gagged him when he tried to expose the behaviour of an unnamed children’s radio presenter who fits the profile of corporation legend Derek McCulloch. Simpson spoke in thinly veiled terms about a sex ab*ser he called “Uncle Dick”, who was famous as a children’s radio entertainer from the 1930s to the 60s. Simpson told The Sun that the ab*ser was one of the BBC’s biggest names from the 1920s until his death in 1967.

        McCulloch is best remembered as “Uncle Mac” in BBC Radio’s immensely popular Children’s Favouriites and Children’s Hour and for playing the Larry the Lamb character in Toytown. His sign-off line, “Goodnight children, everywhere”, was heard by four million youngsters who tuned in to every show.

        Distinguished foreign correspondent Simpson said: “Week after week, children from all over the country would win competitions to visit the BBC and meet Uncle Dick. He would welcome them, show them around, give them lunch, then take them to the gents and interfere with them,” claimed Simpson in his book Strange Places, Questionable People. “If parents complained, the director general’s office would write saying the nation wouldn’t understand such an accusation against a much-loved figure.”

        Simpson said he uncovered the allegations while researching the presenter’s obituary in 1967. He said an unnamed woman branded the man believed to be McCulloch “an evil old bastard”. “I hope he died in agony,” she added.


    • 10

      Uncle Dick. Simpson must have chosen his euphemism with care.


    • 26
      Handycock sex Tourist on Taxpayer's money says:

      Were you a member of the Craft too Derek? Boaz.


  4. 4
    curtons says:

    Get thee behind me Satan.


    • 7
      Tony Blair says:



      • 52
        Satanic curry says:

        Cus he is about to let out the fart from hell.


      • 56
        Anonymous says:

        firstly we discover the nation’s favourite son.in.law did a temporary deal with the devil.

        then we discover that Auntie Beeb and the rest of our extended family at the NHS have not been protecting the unprotected.

        But then this only happened as our mother’s rather not keep an eye on the kids.


  5. 5
    nellnewman says:

    Good way to end the week – the five landlord MP’s bercow didn’t want named are chris bryant,clive betts,phillip hollobone, peter luff and meg munns.

    There are a further 95 troughing landlord mp’s working the same scam. So c’mon taxpayers allowance you’ve got your work cut out to identify and out them!!


  6. 6
    John Bercow says:

    Going out shortly?.


  7. 13

    Luciana Berger is a crook and she has a big nose. Have I got that the right way round?


  8. 24
    Yvonne from the Colliers Arms Clydach says:

    After all we have done for those Greeks they are now rioting in the streets .

    Do not look at your TVs . The secenes are just too horrible to witness .

    Mr Cameron should pull out of the ongoing EU Summit in protest , recall all Uk citizens from Greece and call in all Uk Bank Loans .

    Being nice and giving more money is not working .


    • 35
      Really? says:

      Being nice?

      The Greeks aren’t getting a penny from the bailout loans.

      It’s all going to German and French banks to pay off the initial loans taken out by the Greek government.
      The Greeks are rioting because they are being forced to pay for the debt and bailout that the banks and crooked government agreed to.
      It’s called economic fascism, read a book sometime soon, as you clearly understand the square root of ziltch.


    • 38
      The green mouldy thing at the back of your fridge says:

      “protesters lobbed flares, petrol bombs and chunks of marble at lines of riot police”

      It’s just as well we didn’t return the Elgin Marbles.


      • 49
        nellnewman says:

        Maybe if we could no longer find food in supermarkets, medicines and medical help in hospitals and had to rely on vigitalntes for security because police had disappe@red from our streets we might be rioting too.

        The EU is dying – pity it’s taking such a long and ugly path to do it.


        • 53
          I hate Parliament so much it hurts says:

          I agree – the other great problem, as I see it (and to which you allude), is we’re borrowing £53million every day to pay the membership fee of a club which isn’t going to be around much longer. So (in the absence of Cameron stopping our payments) the sooner the EU collapses the better.


    • 40
      Selohesra says:

      Can they not just sell Corfu to the Chinese or Germans and raise enough to reduce their debt to managable levels?


  9. 29
  10. 32
    Tom Watson says:

    Surely Nick Griffin has just breached Sec 127 (1) of the Communications Act 2003 http://www.legislation.gov.uk/ukpga/2003/21/section/127 … (communication of menacing character)


  11. 37
    The end of the BBC says:

    So that’s three confirmed p*edos the BBC covered up so far, with more to be revealed.

    How on earth can the BBC keep its broadcasting licence after this? Oh, I know how. Labour will do all it can to sabotage an inquiry so they can keep the BBC a publicly funded body.

    The outcome of the inquiry should be abolition of the licence fee and the privatisation of the BBC into a commercial enterprise like ITV and Channel 4.


    • 44
      B is for Brainwashed Arsewipe says:

      Close the BBC down.


    • 45
      Graham says:

      And the sooner the better. Perhaps the two Eds will buy the BBC for Liebour. It is , after all , the political medium for Liebour.


    • 46
      The green mouldy thing at the back of your fridge says:

      What about William Hartnell? Surely Dr Who is an allegorical tale of child molestation? “Strange old man invites young girl into large box with promises of showing her ‘strange and wonderful things'” should have set alarm bells ringing.


    • 47
      curtons says:

      Perhaps somebody from the BBC could explain why Panorama is belatedly doing a programme about why the Savile film was pulled?. Why not just broadcast the original or has it as I suspect already been incinerated?.


      • 51
        An intellectually crippled old bag in Edinburgh says:

        Panorama is set up to enable the BBC to get its bullshit and brainwshing across. In attempt to save its sorry little arse.


      • 64
        Sobvious Innit says:

        The idea is to PERVERT the course of the ongoing enquiries.


    • 59
      JH says:

      Think about it.

      You’re a political party.

      The population are compelled under threat of prison to pay for your propaganda broadcast wing.

      You’d give that good shit up, would you?

      Course you would.


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