October 19th, 2012

+ + + Andrew Mitchell Resigns + + +

Tories are having an absolute mare of a day. This has to be the first time anyone has sworn in resignation to the PM:

Well that should kill the Osborne story…

UPDATE: What did it for Mitchell?

This was denied on Thursday, despite Guido’s witnesses.

Sunday papers were also getting very close on another aspect of Mitchell’s life…


202 Comments

  1. 1
    Kebab Time says:

    Good day to bury bad news!

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    • 4
      George Osborne says:

      I’m not sure if this is good or bad news.

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    • 5
      Hairy Monster says:

      Good day to dig up Jimmy Savile. Floodlights in Scarborough.

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    • 7
      RED ED MILLIONAIREBAND says:

      WTF !!! I’ve only just jumped on the Osborne ticket bandwagon !!! FFS !

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      • 11
        Tooth fairy says:

        Call for an enquiry as to why this was allowed to happen.

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      • 13
        Ed Moribund says:

        Mister speaker he needs to resign ..he should..Oh..He has.
        Well…good…good for me…erm..now what shall I do?

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        • 48
          Anonymous says:

          now what shall i do?

          ex Labour PM TB has stated that he is all about public service. The question for lovers of TB is “By being an enabler for Jimmy Savile, did the BBC provide a public service?

          Meanwhile the BBC website states

          “the BBC is to air a special edition of Panorama, looking into the issues surrounding Savile’s years of alleged abuse, on BBC One at 20:30 BST on Monday.”

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      • 83
        The public says:

        I hope you have paid for your first class ticket to the bandwagon from money you earned yourself.

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    • 39
      Tess says:

      BACK TO THE CARLTON CLUB FOR A FEW DRINKS ME THINK.

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    • 42
      Anonymous says:

      Am i alone in thinking the way the labour party, press and the police federation have behaved over this has been a disgrace ? Andrew Mitchel has been hounded out of office, and we pride ourselves on being a democracy ! stand by now for the likes of Nick Robinson to be outside parliament, giving us a precis of events in his ever so regret ful tone of voice. Well done, next you can embarass the Prime minister by making him divulge private e mails. The mother of Parliament.

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      • 53
        PC Pleb says:

        Had the moron resigned at the beginning, as an honorable man would have done, there would have been no need to ‘hound’ him out. He has disgraced the entire Conservative Party and should now be ejected from it.

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        • 75
          Anonymous says:

          Why ? prescott thumped a man in the street, and no more was said (after the police said he wasnt being charged )Why is that different, I would really like to know.

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        • 79
          James says:

          Actually – no, he hasn’t. I honestly do not believe he used the words pleb or moron. This is a smelly stitch up. He is guilty of being a rude tosser, but that is all. And he said sorry.

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        • 141
          Anonymous says:

          Either Mitchell or Plod lied?disgraceful how the police spokesman sounded ever so sorry sir,but think its time to draw a line under this incident,even mentioning Hillsborough in the same breath? Hipocrisy

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      • 76
        anonymous says:

        what!! you mean the people don’t have a say and are not allowed to criticise this twat of all entitled c’unts – fuck off you’re just as bad as him – you’re not george osbourne are you???

        nothing worse than freeloading entitled tories

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  2. 2
    Nan Taylor says:

    Sorted! Next!

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  3. 3
    Dick Scratcher says:

    Yesssss. Kiss my face.

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  4. 6
    mwnciboo says:

    So now he doesn’t have any power is he now cast down amongst the rest of us Plebs? Because lets be honest “The Right Honorable” is a bit of a stretch for most MP’s.

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    • 50
      Central Office stooge says:

      Downright dishonorable? Very Dick Dastardly.

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    • 187
      anonymous says:

      mitchell is no pleb. hes resigned from his post not his job. thereby respecting authority of cameron/party but not the people – note the subtle difference – keeps job with access to power – a new job will be along soon sure as hell – what a c’unt

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  5. 8
    it was a dark and stormy night says:

    Why should Mitchell have to resign for telling the truth, the majority of plods are plebs, example tazered for thinking a white stick was a jap sword, good grief stories like that are common, all you have to do is take a look at your local plods.

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    • 19
      8illy 8owden, the world's greatest umplre says:

      Another example: not cautioning someone who’d admitted to murder so he walks away from the charge scot-free.

      FFS.

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    • 23
      The Met Cowboys (Not An American Football Team) says:

      Oi, I’ll ‘ave you know, it takes years of training to reach that level of competency. It was a simple mistake, like when we had to take out the guy with chair leg, it could have been a Kalashnikov, it wasn’t of course, but you just never know.

      Here is to the memory of Stephen Waldorf.

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      • 56
        A Cook says:

        I’ll prepare a salad with that in mind.

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      • 73
        Tooth fairy says:

        Stephen Waldorf was complicit is trying to lure Police away from caturing a dangerous criminal called David Martin. Waldorf was made up and had his hair made to look like Martin.

        The officers that shot Waldorf were acquitted of Attempted Murder. Good men trying their best to safe the public from a dangerous armed criminal.

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      • 146
        stun says:

        Of course, the chap with the chair leg was Harry Stanley. An attempt to overrule a coroner’s direction to a jury to return either an open verdict or lawful killing (with no other choices permitted) was denied by Justice Leveson. Not an establishment stooge though, oh no.

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  6. 9
    Tooth fairy says:

    You’ve got to love Rachel Townsend giving the rest of the press time to ambush Gideon.

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  7. 12
    Gone But Back Soon As Allways says:

    Should there not have been a plebiscite?

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  8. 14
    Daily Mail says:

    Cardiff
    Savile
    BBC Cover-up
    MP Expenses
    Railway-gate
    Lebanon
    Mitchell

    Crikey, we need to order more newsprint

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  9. 15
    8illy 8owden, the world's greatest umplre says:

    Here they come.

    All the gloaters.

    Pathetic.

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  10. 16
    Earl of Croydon says:

    Utter madness. Who hasnt had a moan about the Police on occasions.
    When I think of the corrupt gittish things many other MPs have done and this unfortunate man, who by the way was using green peddle power has to resign over some stupid arse jobsworthy copper.
    The worlds gone bloody mad.
    (Thinks Prescott thumping man,thinks Brown abusing old lady et etc)

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    • 59
      PC Pleb says:

      Thinks: Arrogant, jumped-up fuck*r gets his come-uppance …

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      • 164
        Anonymous says:

        You must be a laugh a minute when the pubs kick out !

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      • 183
        Bob Crow's little helper says:

        Pleb, you have still to explain in words of one syllable exactly how this story first got to members of the most dishonourable Press Corps(e).

        We are all still awaiting your detailed explanation with bated breath.

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    • 109
      Tiger Tiger says:

      Now the police have become disgruntled, one might wonder how many politicians could be killed if one of their guards around Parliament had an accident with his firearm.

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    • 136
      Scouser says:

      We should blame Thatcher. She had the gates installed after all.

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  11. 17
    Malcolm Redfellow says:

    Kill the Osborne story? Not a chance!

    This has to be the killer (from The Guardian site):

    [Townsend] later said: “George Osborne got on the train with aides at Wilmslow and went straight to first class. Then his aide approached the ticket collector right next to me. He said he is travelling with George and he has a standard ticket but can he remain in first class? The guard said no. The aide said Osborne couldn’t possibly sit in standard class. The guard replied saying if he wants to stay it’s £160. The aide said he couldn’t pay and he couldn’t really sit in standard. The guard refused to budge. The guard went on gathering tickets and later told me Osborne had agreed to cough up the £160.”

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    • 21
      The Shit Stirrer General says:

      Osborne is a git of the first order. He probably wears the sash to prove it!

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    • 102
      Tiger Tiger says:

      No doubt he recovered it on expenses.

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    • 135
      Fish says:

      Virgin Trains have just issued a statement denying all of this saying that Osborne’s bag carrier sought out the Train Manager to explain they had standard tickets and wanted to travel first, an upgrade was paid for both Osborne and his assistant (as anyone can), there was no argument, there was no attempt to evade payment, Osborne was not involved in any conversation. It turns out to be a non-story.

      No doubt Mr First Class Traveller Millionaireband will be calling for an inquiry.

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      • 162
        Phil says:

        What really pisses me off is that we had a 1million bung from Bernie to the Labour party on fag advertising,cash for honours, an illegal war,Prezza shagging his secretary at work,Jacqui claiming for porn videos,Labour Lords caught on the phone offfering to change legislation for 100k bungs,Baroness Scotland hiring illegal help,dodgy dossiers and intelligence,convicting the innocent at the Hutton enquiry and hounding an eminent scientist to commit suicide, etc etc and all they can pin on Mitchell is he swore at the plod and even if he did say “Plebs” which he denys when are half the Labour Party resigning for calling the Tories “Toffs” which if my grammar is correct is as pejorative as the word pleb in reverse?

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        • 165
          Anonymous says:

          I agree, its all very odd. The labour party really have reached a new low with this one, its like living in a police state.

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      • 184
        Cow pie says:

        So then, as somebody suggested on the last thread (I think) this so-called journalist was merely doing a bit of malevolent shit-stirring. If that is so, no doubt one day she will get her come uppance in spades.

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  12. 18
    Pawn Sandwich says:

    Time to renew our franchise. Choo choo…

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  13. 20
    George says:

    “Dave..Dave! I’m on the train! Look…I’ve made a bit of a boob..yah! yah! I’d say almost as bad as pastygate…Yah! Yah! Really that bad..its a bit of a pleb type story…Look..Dave..I need a news burying story…What’s that?..I’m in a tunnel…Well…i don’t know. But you’d better get a diversion story before newsnight…i don’t know…Get Mitch to quit or go beserk in a van in Cardiff or something..Yah! Cheers.”

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  14. 22
    Pawn Sandwich says:

    I wonder if the BBC will give this trainticketupgradegate more coverage than GB bumping a pregnant woman out of her paid for first class seat on a return flight to the UK?

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  15. 24
    Cressida's Dick says:

    Well played Dave you useless git. At least Mitchell made a decision.

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  16. 26
    The Whole Country says:

    Hooray

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  17. 29
    Universal Hiss says:

    Oh dear. The plods will be out tazering in celebration.

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  18. 30
    The Libor party says:

    Our rent-swappers can all breathe a sigh of relief. Phew !

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  19. 31
    ToonBert... says:

    Goodbyeeeee…..

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  20. 32
    Mitchell's neighbours says:

    Good news. Wish he’d leave his house here.

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  21. 33
    I don't need no doctor says:

    Well done Ed Millionaireband, you drove the last nail in Mitchell’s coffin. Hope you have a good weekend Millionaireband you jumped up little shit.
    Just one thing Millionaireband, what did you say when Brown called that woman a bigot, and what did you do when Abbott made racist remarks, and what did you do when Bryant lied in parliament.
    Millionaireband you really are a little one nation shit. Fuck you!

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  22. 34
    BBC sees a glimmer of hope says:

    Dear goodness, he had to resign – he was rude to a police person. How much worse could it have been – it was not as if he started a couple of wars, or sold all the gold reserves for some magic “Euro” beans, or started a run on Northern Rock, or presided over the execution of a Brazilian electrician, or spent 12bn on an NHS IT system that never worked or systematically abused the expenses system or, or, or, or

    WTF!!! The BBC has some “Balls” with this one. Rude to a proleiceperson. If only he had been Raysist then we could have hanged him from a lampost

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    • 86
      Central Office stooge says:

      “systematically abused the expenses system”

      Is he really one of the untainted few? No doubt he would’ve been named-and-shamed by now if there was hint of him being a Rent-Swapper.

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    • 166
      Anonymous says:

      If that PC got in to such a state because somebody wasnt very nice to him, it sounds as though he needs retraining. Liverpool on a saturday night should do it.

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  23. 35
    The Shit Stirrer General says:

    Is that really an extract from the resignation letter? Must be a first for the F word to be used in such a communication?

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  24. 36
    Anonymous says:

    Would any of us be capable of putting up with the daily attacks we have seen from the press , media and the Police Federation. All of whom have their own agenda. Personally I have never seen such vilification of a politician and it seems to me that the lunatics are now in charge of the asylum. If the media didn`t get the message pre Leveson they certainly will after he makes his recommendations. They have brought everything upon themselves. It is obvious that they are incapable of regulating themselves.

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    • 91
      Central Office stooge says:

      “They have brought everything upon themselves.”

      And that’s not just the media, nony.

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    • 147
      Fish says:

      Me neither Anon, I have never seen such vilification. It’s because the left can, nowadays, act with impunity.

      In years gone by, Miliband and the likes would have been dragged into a studio and challenged to justify their allegations. They would have been been given a thorough going-over; they would have been confronted by their hypocracy. The Mitchell thing would have been treated for what it is: politicing.

      Not now. The BBC give these c’unts a free pass to say what they want; do what they want.

      I feel, that this media game has resulted in something quite dangerous and anti democratic. Irrespective of what you think of Mitchell, we, as a country, could come to regret what happened today.

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      • 189
        Cherry blossom red says:

        So will the BBC when it gets either shut down or blown up. Inshallah as our fuz zy friends say.

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    • 188
      Anonymous says:

      “It is obvious that they are incapable of regulating themselves.”

      yes we know, thats why we want MPs reigned in. After all they are our paid employees – they are not our bosses!!!

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  25. 37
    Nick says:

    Cameron should have sacked Mitchell at the outset.

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  26. 38
    moby dick says:

    he still wont say what he actualy said

    STUPID

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  27. 40
    ToonBert... says:

    More to do with the scandal yet to come out about his overseas aid handouts !!

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  28. 41
    illogical says:

    Always felt the police report taken from the officers notebook contained an eloquence seldom [in fact never] previously seen in an officers notes..
    Stitch up from the police, Labour and the interested section of the press and media willing to work as a 5th column to unseat the present government.
    That Mitchell has fallen on his sword and spared the police in their present disarray counts for a lot in my book.
    After the riots, Hillsborough, Northern grooming etc etc their name, already mud would have been totally destroyed.

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    • 62
      Anonymous says:

      I think this is a very sad day for democracy, that her majestys opposition are so poor that they have to resort to this sort of behaviour is worrying.They sneer and manipulate from the sidelines whilst having no ideas to present to the electorate. Are they intending to get rid of the Government one by one by using dirty tricks ?

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    • 72
      Anonymous says:

      With Police, Hillsborough and turning a blind eye to paedo networks come to mind.

      With Mitchell, a man full of his own importance, though humbled, come to mind. A poor choice from the PM or a victim of the Boris loving media?

      It seems no matter where you look corruption is in.

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  29. 43
    Universal Hiss says:

    That letter was signed furher?

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  30. 44
    I Squiggle says:

    Why does his signature looks like it ends in ‘wanker’?

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  31. 45
    ToonBert... says:

    I hardly think that Osborne will be queuing for a ticket, stupid aides are to blame for the ticket fiasco ….

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  32. 49
    nellnewman says:

    Friday evening a good time to resign as we shall have forgotten all about him by Monday. But all the same – he should have resigned ages ago and minimised the damage to his party!!

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  33. 51

    Now let’s have Ken Mackaill, chairman of the West Mercia Police Union Federation, stepping down.

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    • 177
      Blowing Whistles says:

      Bet he’s got a few bodies and excuses lodged up his Rse. Jah Boo F You copper.

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      • 192
        Cow pie says:

        … and can someone explain why a Scot is in charge of an English organisation? Does such thing ever occur in reverse north of the border?

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  34. 52
    Comrade Copper says:

    This is great news and I’m feeling great right now.

    I’ve never, ever done anything wrong, thought anything wrong or even thought of thinking of doing or thinking anything wrong.

    …And I sleep like a top… Long may it stay that way.

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  35. 54
    A Pleb says:

    I may need to start wearing glasses, but does the squiggle under the written ‘Yours ever’ say ‘Fucker’?
    Lettergate?

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  36. 58
    Do not want to share air as the scrounging Edinburgh arsehole says:

    He is gone! Goodbye

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  37. 60
    Muuurty's Ghuuurst. says:

    Blimey, the tune soon changed on here, for the past few weeks everyone braying for the head of Mitchell and now………..

    Fickle fuckers.

    One more jumped up gobshite gone. Good riddance. They’re all to a man, as bad as one another – regardless of political hue.

    I wish Drippy Dave would fuck off too.

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  38. 66
    anonymous says:

    I like the personalised finish, Luvs and Kisses Dave XXX, or is it just a LOL?.

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  39. 69
    Hugh Janus says:

    Police Federation 1. Government 0

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  40. 71
    anonymous says:

    funny how he sees it as important to resign as chief whip but not as an MP – presumably he thinks the plebs aren’t worth it!

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  41. 74
    Mardy Arse says:

    Not exactly a dignified letter though. More to this than meets the eye.

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    • 100
      nellnewman says:

      The calibre of ministers over the last 15 years or so has really deteriorated. And their use of foul language has just grown exponentially since labour’s days when bliar ,brown and allyc threw disgusting expletives at one another in loud mouthed rants. Now they all seem to think it’s OK. It isn’t!!!

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    • 143
      Tay King-dePisse says:

      It’s the draft version from Dave’s office that they were finally able to get Mitch to sign. What do you want, for it to be signed in blood?

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  42. 86
    The public says:

    But what we want to know is, are the police supposed to fucking help us or not?

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    • 130
      Joe Public says:

      No. They are there for their high pay, early retirement and gold plated infation proofed pensions.

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    • 194
      Cow pie says:

      Get your house broken into by armed thugs – not a peep.

      Go through a speed camera at 2mph over the limit, get your front door kicked in at 5am by an armed response unit.

      Time to get out while the airports are still open.

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  43. 92
    milliband says:

    marmalade ?

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  44. 93
    I don't need no doctor says:

    Channel 4 News leads with Mitchell’s resignation, followed by the taxi driver murderer, and then Savile. You can see where Channel 4’s priorities are.

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  45. 95

    ET would find Earth boring Sir Patrick Moore

    PBUH

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  46. 101

    Toasting.

    I’m sorry, I’ll read that again.

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  47. 104
    michaelmph says:

    What’s with the swastika by his signature?

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  48. 112
    newbie says:

    I thought they (MPs) were supposed to fucking help us?

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  49. 113
    Aunty Matter says:

    Seems the Osborne story is a non story. There’s a shock (if the Virgin report is accurate)

    However, lets’ not forget red Ed going first class then pretending to go pleb class.

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  50. 115
    illogical says:

    Is the deputy chief whip going to resign too.?
    One thing would appear to be certain -IMHO the chance of him getting the senior job has now flown out the window.

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    • 127
      I don't need no doctor says:

      Labour can be racists, liars and bigots, but for some reason that doesn’t count. Am I missing something?

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  51. 122
    ToonBert... says:

    Pressure off the Beeb today…. mush rejoicing there :)

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  52. 123
    Aunty Matter says:

    I just wonder if the Police federation will be taking an interest in every case from now on.

    Just a thought, shouldn’t the Police federation be warned that they are potentially interfering in a criminal case?

    I don’t get how they are allowed to simply turn up mob handed and start making accusations. Had this matter gone to court Mitchell would hardly get a fair hearing.

    Of course we know plod is quite happy to side with red Ed, be it Ian Blair and his plod mobiles carrying Liebore supporting stickers, or plods promoting 90 day detention without trial and so on.

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  53. 128
    Winston says:

    So Mitchell swearing at a jobsworth plod is a resigning offence, whereas stealing taxpayers’s money is grounds for the reappointment of Laws to the Government.
    Dave — you are an abject weak gutless PC failure.

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  54. 132
    Well it's a thought says:

    Who cares, he’ll be like Law, welcomed back by the end of 2013, no change.

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    • 139
      Joe Public says:

      No he will not. He is not a k w e e r thief like Laws, who is an ideal match for Dave’s PC criteria.

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  55. 137
    I don't want to share the same air with Edinburgh arseholes says:

    A shower of idiots.

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  56. 142
    Labourunionsbbc we are one says:

    In the light of plod getting their man (Mitchel) the Wilnslow on Tweed plate tappers and wheel shunters union are demanding that Osbourne be fired for abusing railway space.

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  57. 145
    Ed Miliband says:

    See, I said he was toast and just 2 days later I am proved right.

    I was looking forward to the Sunday papers though.

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  58. 151
    Rwanda says:

    As he as now stated that he did not call the plod plebs has he resigned before matters of a serious nature are published?

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  59. 153
    A Pleb living in a state of utter disbelief says:

    The resignation could and should have been made a couple of weeks ago .

    Let us not forget, by not resigning, the embarrassing Parliamentary debate he has caused for next week .

    As a parting gesture it would be nice if he could waive his termination payment or pay a sum to charity equivalent to the net amount he receives

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  60. 154
    A reporter from the Daily Planet says:

    I bet his Spad is a bit upset and worried tonight .

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  61. 158
    Anonymous says:

    The elephant in the room re the mitchel thing is who beleives a thing uttered out of the mouths of coppers.

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    • 169
      Anonymous says:

      A very good point, especially as we are going to have the Hillsborough enquiry soon. I would have thought the police federation should have been keeping a low profile, instead of drawing attention to themselves.

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  62. 159
    Rightallalong says:

    The Police, of course, never lie.

    Although, to quote Billy Connolly :-

    “Do you think I could leave you lying

    When I could lie my head off too

    If somebody squaks in the witness box

    I’ll cover up for you

    I’ll tell a pack of lies, pull the wool over their eyes

    The way the sergeant taught us to

    Before you count to three we’ll be off scott free

    We’re two little boys in blue “

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    • 196
      PC 46 says:

      Which goes to show that a policeman’s lot is indeed a happy one. If they said their lot was not a happy one, they would be fibbing, no?

      *hums* When constabulary duty’s to be done to be done….

      Night all. Mind how you go.

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  63. 170
    Anonymous says:

    why are so many people prepared to believe the pleb word. Mitchell maybe a thoroughly unpleasant twat but he would have to be exceptionally stupid to use that word. Why hasn’t the CCTV evidence surfaced? Is it in the hands of the Met/ Police Federation?

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  64. 171
    Corrie L'Anus says:

    Farewell then erstwhile ‘Plebmeister General’…you came, you saw, you forgot your manners….and Justine has your Air Miles to boot….’tis better to have whipped and lost than never to have whipped at all (can do a lot of whipping in 3 weeks ask Mrs L’Anus!!)

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  65. 178
    GDS says:

    So now the police hold strong political power as well as being grossly corrupt and having weapons? Oh. My. Fucking. God.

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  66. 181
    Jimmy says:

    You all miss the point. The country is now run by the Daily Mail. He went because they said so.

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    • 200
      Peter Carter-Fuck says:

      If that was really true do you think we’d still be getting 200,000+ immigrants a year? This country is ruled by the inertia of socialoism and political correctness, and Dave the Green Tosser will never do anything about it, because he’s a useless twat.

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  67. 198
    A reporter from the Daily Planet says:

    Gotcha !

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  68. 201
    The Dirty Rat says:

    I say take away the gates, take away their armed protection officers and let them take their chances like the rest of us plebs. After all we are all in this together.

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  69. 202
    The savant says:

    How THE HELL did the. Morons. At the. Arsenal. Manage. To finesse. A. Situation. Where they. End. Up. Being tanked. By the. Plebs. Of. Norwich. City ???

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