October 20th, 2012

Chuka’s Costume Change

Two-faced Chuka Umunna has had his man of the people act busted by pesky photographers. The Shadow Business Secretary popped up on Sky News just after eleven o’clock but by the time he had joined the trade union march, just metres from Sky’s Millbank studios, he had undergone a wardrobe change. Normally Chuka just says different things when the camera is off, now it seems he is taking his act to a whole new level.

Pics via @tomwilson23 and @liarpoliticians

634 Comments

  1. 1
    V1le Labour ruined my Country says:

    Chukka Uppee is just another corrupt scumbag MP.

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  2. 2
    Kebab Time says:

    Two faced Chuka!

    Like many of his comrades! UP THE WORKERS!

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  3. 3
    George Gideon Oliver Osborne says:

    Austerity is an anagram for “Leave my pay cheque alone you leeching fucktards”

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      UKIP.i.am says:

      Labour are still searching for the magic money tree that will keep the public sector in the luxury it has become accustomed to. But until then, given the chance, they will borrow and spend until the country ends up like Spain or even Greece. What ignorant fuctards they are.

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      • 99
        Anonymous says:

        Unlike the tories of course (sic)

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      • 606
        A Spanish worker looking at UKIP.i.am says:

        My country has good roads, railways (higher speed & less crowded) most airports with 2 runways and we don’t give money and houses to people to come and breed like flies.
        UK roads are over congested, rail travel is far better cost & comfort and airports are in a different league. We have the same problem as the UK with those in power abusing power, and dishonesty by the ruling class’s. So kindly look your own casa before insulting others.

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        • 612
          Lady Virginia Droit de Seigneur says:

          Perhaps if we had spent 25 years sucking in money from other parts of the EU rather than dishing it out we would be better off.

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    • 188
      Captn P says:

      They are marching for Unicorns again. Everyone can see that the government is just cutting budgets for the sake of it.

      A march of idiots led by self serving donkeys. This is beyond a joke.

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  4. 5
    Scamp The Excitable Dog says:

    A million Tweets from expensive Blackberries greasing the rise to power of a multi-millionaire who’s already admitted he can’t reverse government cuts because of his own party’s past failures.
    Supported by union bosses on six-figure salaries who’s lust for power reactively imposes more state, more intrusion and more taxes on us, arm in arm with shadow front-benchers, who are full of ex-bankers, tax avoiders and expenses fraudsters, all beefed up by class warriors who’s hatred of people with different accents to them shows a passion that the racism they decry so often and so vociferously can only dream of,
    Welcome to the age of ‘Fauxsterity’.

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    Fluffy Thoughts says:

    Is he sponsored by “‘dem drug-dealahs in da’ ‘ood (ignoring Sunday hours for the benefit of the Labour Party and media)”…? Has the St Dunstans College ponce explained his ‘Unions are wealth-generators’ to Ed – I fuck Flanders (like Brussels) – BolloX?

    The geezer is a twunt. He needs a good slapping. [Surely provided by an Al-Beeb producer!]

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  6. 7
    Hugh Janus says:

    Just another political creep who takes us all for fools.

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  7. 9
    shower of shite says:

    Just had the pleasure of viewing the Belfast parade up close.
    A bigger bunch of bullshitters, fatsos, spoofers, and dirtbags you’ll never see .. including the ludicrous Labour NI activists. Only recently snubbed again by the leader Ed M, they still traipse around carrying the Labour banner without the slightest chance of ever being able to vote for a Labour candidate in Northern Ireland….oh and bringing up the rear of the parade were Eirigi…those charming supporters of Irish Republican terrorism.

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  8. 11
    Guido(I love the Nevis tax regime) says:

    Made it to Hyde Park! Having a sit down before the speeches.

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  9. 12
    Hugh Janus says:

    Why do these people carry a sign with ‘no cuts’ on it, and then a red line through ‘no cuts’? Double negative methinks, so they actually want cuts…

    Just wondered.

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  10. 14
    chuckusa fiver says:

    to be sung at rallies such as the one to which you refer

    to the tune of ‘the red flag':

    we’re members of a hiking club
    we hike about from pub to pub
    we’ve never climbed a bloody hill
    and hope to god we never will
    we’re members of a hiking club
    etc…..

    listeners at home may harmonise the chorus

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  11. 20
    Chuka Harrison Umunna says:

    ACCLAIMING PEOPLE OF IGBO DESCENT

    http://igbopeople.blogspot.co.uk/2009/04/chuka-umunna.html

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    • 571
      Lord Stansted says:

      “Chuka Harrison Umunna (born October 1978) is a political activist and commentator,”

      Translation: Chuka Harrison Umunna (born October 1978) is able only to lie, cheat, and boost his ego.

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  12. 26
    Aunty Matter says:

    So will Red Ed make reference to the cuts that Nu Labia would have had to have made if in power?

    Utter fucking mongs.

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  13. 29
    OnBenefits says:

    Better get used to it. Coming to a government near you c2015.

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  14. 30
    Nick Clegg says:

    Great anti-Cameron poster on TUC march: “He’s not the messiah he’s a very naughty boy”

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    • 31
      OnBenefits says:

      You should have gone Nick. You’ll be sucking Labour’s cock in 2015.

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    • 167
      Observational humour isn't funny if its not based on real life situations says:

      FFS , Nobody thinks Cameron is the messiah least of all conservative voters. Whats your fucking point you prick ?

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      • 189
        Captn P says:

        They have no point. They are retards. Spend more money, fuck me its beyond belief.

        At what point will people just stop paying for these arseholes to march around and spout utter fucking bollocks?

        Utterly ridiculous the whole lot.

        They are making the strongest case ever to ban trade union membership for government employees.

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        • 204
          Diane Fatbutt says:

          Nacht und Nebel is the best way.

          Disappear Labour voters until there are none left. If the LimpDumbs don’t learn their lesson, eliminate them next.

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      • 352
        Anonymous says:

        Whats with the Messiah rubbish ? David Cameron is the PM, and i would rather have him in office any day compared with the labour hypocrites.

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  15. 32

    Umunna is an exemplar of the modern phenomenon in which self-promotion is not only an end in itself… it is the only end.

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  16. 34
    Mrs May says:

    Apparently the police are handing out leaflets saying they support the demonstrators at the TUC march in London.

    That’s us Tories fucked at the next General Election then.

    I repeat Cameron out,Boris in !!!

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      Well it's a thought says:

      Strange 13 years of Liebor and all those marches against exactly the same problems and they still believe the left loves them and will honour agreements, now who wouldn’t pay plod their payrise mmmm someone who lived in her sisters front room ,now what was that name.

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      • 89
        Blowing Whistles says:

        Was it Jackie oceans deep the socialist 5hit witch?

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      • 169
        Former Plod says:

        I seem to recall John Reid reneging on a previously agreed Police pay rise and the Fed reps ( who are of course on wages commensurate with a Chief Inspector irrespective of rank ) trying to convince us that the deal offered was good in the circumstances.

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        • 234
          Anonymous says:

          We found out whose side plod was on when they beat the crap out of the Countryside Alliance with absolutely no provocation.

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    • 59
      Fish says:

      A bit full of themselves, the boys in blue.

      They got one scalp and apparently the Police Federation say they are now going for Cameron.

      Troubling

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  17. 35
    Chuka Harrison Umunna says:

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  18. 36
    Well it's a thought says:

    The march looks like a parade of the printers art of making advertising toys, looks as if the unions have been spending money.

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  19. 37
    Indian astranaut says:

    No cuts.

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  20. 40
    Mickey Gove says:

    Tories picket TUC demo pic.twitter.com/3Jwpj1dM

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  21. 42
    Princess PC Po-Face Po£yTwadd£e, ShamPain Socia£ist, ta£king down at sheeple from her Ivory Tower, says:

    I am a£ways RIGHT!

    I am never WRONG!

    And I want to make clear that CaMoron and his toffee-nosed chums are plainly out of touch with the common people – or sheeple, – as we in BBC/Grouniad Land call them.

    Anyway, it just goes to show how correct we, the Intellectual ShamPain SosoCialistas, are, in the diagnosis of the ills of Society and how we, the Intellectual ShamPain SosoCialistas, will put everything to rights once we are in power again.

    More Bolly darrrhhhlings? These canapés are simply divine! Where did you find them? Oh, – and are we must ensure the plebs have enough chips and stodge when we’re back in!

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    • 88
      Lou Scannon says:

      So how did the last annual ‘social, ethical and environmental’ audit go at Kings Place ?
      Who are the auditors and what standards can they possibly be working to ?

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  22. 44
    Tim Montgomorie says:

    The TUC demo is very big: I tried to get to the front but couldn’t even manage the whole of the Unison contingent.

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  23. 46
    UKIP.i.am says:

    FUC TUC.

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    • 52
      nellnewman says:

      I bet serwotka and bobcrow are snuggled up somewhere in a five star restaurant with a couple of bottles of champagne .

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      • 93
        Blowing Whistles says:

        They all frequent the pubs around Soho’s queen’s or is it george street; near where Unite have an office.

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      • 289
        Bob "fuck me I'm a socialist" Crow says:

        Look, I told my fellow socialist brethren “comrades, it’s just that some are more equal than others” I know, I did the book as part of my English Lit educayshun, so it’s true!

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  24. 47
    Tom Tomos says:

    Saw exactly the same phenomenon 30 years ago with Paul Boateng. Saturday morning at Camberwell Green Magistrates’ Court in his 3-piece pin-stripes and later that afternoon on the steps of County Hall next to Ken Livingstone in his Che Guevara outfit. Nothing new under the sun!

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  25. 48
    Low-Hanging Fruit says:

    O my GODDDDDD!

    ‘E changed his clothes!

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      No MPs under 30 and minimum requirement of a career outwith politics for at least 10 years says:

      The Emperors new clothes would be best suited for this fake.

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  26. 49
    Tim Montgomerie says:

    The TUC has SIX MILLION members. That’s ordinary people like you and me and a damn sight more than ANY political party. VOICE OF THE PEOPLE.

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  27. 53
    Me here says:

    I wonder what the knobs of Labour are doing on the march, they would have made cuts and will make cuts. They also let ATOS begin to scythe through the sick and disabled. They all all a bunch of cutters. BTW no wonder he did not turn up in his usual £2000 suits. The poor would have dunked him.

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  28. 56
    Silly Sally Bigcow. says:

    I have spoken:

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    • 62
      Fish says:

      What’s it got to do with you BerCOW?

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      • 407
        MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK son of COD and CODFATHER of SOLE says:

        Her and Hubby probably rent theirs out , thats why he’s so against it

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    • 117
      Blah says:

      Sally Bercow. A sorcerer’s accomplice.

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    • 159
      anonymous says:

      Unfortunately Sally (for us, not for you) every time somebody, IPSA, attempts to stop all this fraud an across the house conspiracy of personal interest gets them the sack PDQ.

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      • 326
        Blowing Whistles says:

        Elizabeth Filkin. They were all in it together – to ‘get’ her out.

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      • 329
        Blowing Whistles says:

        I want a Press that is free; contrary to a Press that ‘claims to be free’ / the freeest press in the world whilst failing to mention that they are suborned under D / DA notices as a result of Media laws!!!

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    • 277
      Marion the cat says:

      I have an issue with blood pressure and all the tablets in the world will not counteract the effect of this unparalleled bollox.
      MP A originally paid a mortgage of £1,000 a month, IPSA said no.
      MP A rents his mortgaged home to MP B for £1,000 which MP B claims of US.
      MP A takes the £1,000 to pay his mortgage and rents another place for (let’s say £1,000 a month, which he claims of US.
      Net effect NO F**KING change whatsoever.
      Cost to the taxpayer NO F**KING change whatsoever.
      MP A still gets a house paid for as an asset whilst he has a ‘5 year contract’ anyone else would rent in the first place.
      How F**KING stupid do Bercow and Soubrey think we are !!!!!, they should both recognise that the spirit of the rules is being taken up the arse.

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  29. 57
    Tay King-dePisse says:

    So he’s a quick-change artist? Thought that was in the job description for politician! (See: “U-turn”; “flip-flop”.) Actually, how hard is it to take off your necktie and slip a jumper on? (You know he didn’t have suit trousers on when appe*aring on the air– they were just doing the “talking-head shot” and who cares if he’s wearing jeans?) And it probably wasn’t a suit coat either, probably a sport jacket of “suit”-able look anyway and not one of his bespoke Savile Row versions, either. (Thought you’d never hear that expression in its original context again, right?) Non-story all around.

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  30. 58
    Workers says:

    He is a rich tosser posing as a champion of the working class. F***ing lemon.

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      OnBenefits says:

      And why is that wrong?

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        Worker says:

        Well that is what Labour does and says all the time towards the Tories. Labour oozes hate towards wealth yet they sup from the same tit of wealth, even more in some cases but spew out their bull shine for the poor to believe. No wonder Labour wanted to f**k up the education system, so that their education (dumbing down system) just ooze out unthinking trolls that believe their spiteful bull shine. We see these Labour trolls, this one in particular to the Benns, who are super rich, to Vaz who has lots of explaining to do over the £500,000 in one of his accounts.
        If Labour thinks having money is not wrong, then I wish they would admit they are a party of millionaires instead of dishing out their shite all the time. That is why it is wrong.

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  31. 61
    Pederasts'R'Us - formerly the British Broadcasting Corporation says:

    9am: Tens of millions expected on anti-cuts march
    10am: Millions expected on anti-cuts march
    11am: Er, hundreds of thousands expected…
    12: Shit, bollocks… er… tens of thousands…?
    2pm: Ahem… er… thousands take part but, er, hundreds of millions participate in spirit…

    Will this do, Ed?

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    • 100
      Blowing Whistles says:

      Contrast it all with how many millions of disgruntled with all political parties protested up and down the country against the Iraq war. i.e. People who were not specifically in one political camp or the other.

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      • 129
        anonymous says:

        Funny, don’t remember seeing any coverage on the BBC about that.

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        • 136
          Blowing Whistles says:

          All records must have disappeared with the files on jimmy savile – how inconvenient a truth would that be eh?

          “Looking forward” – to how Panordrama ‘spin it’ – “inside out” on Monday night (22-1012) about jimmy savile! Will the bbc spike the prog though?

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          • anonymous says:

            All getting a bit tortuous, original programme disappears, substitute Panorama programme presumably asks questions about why the original programme disappeared. It’s just like that lousy magician the one that pulled a dead hare out of his hat.

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          • come together says:

            If the program ever appears one must expect a ‘circle jerk’.

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          • Blowing Whistles says:

            Some of the new recruit producers to Panordrama – have historical things which show how they turn things “Inside out” because of their personal cravenness to be honest and truthful.

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  32. 63
    Mornington Crescent says:

    What do we want? Stakeholder Engagement Managers on 35k!
    When do we want it? Now!

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  33. 65
    The Bottle Fed Triplet says:

    Chuka took his tie off so that he didn’t look “posh”.

    Superman is afraid of Kryptonite
    Dracula is afraid of garlic
    Plebs are afraid of “posh”

    Politicians always play to the gallery. Why do you think the “toff” Tony Bliar started using the glottal stop? Why do you think Gordon Broon didn’t wear white tie at the Mansion House dinner? Neither of those two jokers actually had a job that could be remotely be connected with “the workers”

    The working classes are their own worst enemy.

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    • 231
      Diane Fatbutt says:

      ” Why do you think Gordon Broon didn’t wear white tie at the Mansion House dinner? ”

      Because he is a lazy slob. A fat, shambling, ill-dressed idiot.

      A failure as a Chancellor.
      A failure a Prime Minister.
      A failure as an MP.
      A failure as a father.
      A failure as a man.

      And I hope this monstrosity endures every pain known to Man, drawn out over many years.

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  34. 67
    Polly is a cracker says:

    Not counting Chuka Obama,one could say the demonstrators all look hideously white to me.

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  35. 70
    Greychatter says:

    Will all these Champagne Socialist MPs and Union Leaders be giving up a days pay for the march or will they be putting in expense claims for double time for their efforts?

    Deficit figures for 2007 in Gordon’s boom time were 38 Billion pounds more than previously stated, will we be seeing demos about the extra interest the Taxpayers are having to pay for Labour’s excesses?

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    • 150
      nellnewman says:

      Nearby 5 star hotels in London will be doing well tonight from all these union leaders and mp’s claiming hotel room and restaurant fees courtesy of taxpayers and little people who pay union subs.

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      • 154
        anonymous says:

        Union Pilgrims were all given free rail tickets to travel down to London to attend this spontaneous [sic] protest.

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        • 173
          How these things work says:

          When I was a lad I enrolled for night classes to obtain a Higher in English which I had failed whilst at School. Had that happened these days I could have saved myself the bother and blamed the exam board for not passing me as promised by my teachers.

          Anyway I digress, one evening during a coffee break I was approached by the local student Union rep who tried to get me to go along to a demonstration against the evil Fathcher which was taking place down in London. He cheerfully informed me that we would be bussed down for free and free drink would also be supplied.

          Many students took up this offer as it sounded like a good wee trip away at no expense and in some sense you cant blame them for doing so .

          I however politely declined and told him I was there to get my Higher English though this seemed to flummux him.

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          • soapy says:

            Viva the 1960s.

            The going rate remains the same – a free ride, a free drink and a free t-shirt with some crap emblazoned ont he front.

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          • Tay King-dePisse says:

            But of course, such demonstrators are “truly representative” of their age cohort and class background, and so, are “grass roots,” and not “astro turf-ed” opportunist types suborned to engage in such political activism by those with secret agendas and various personal axes to grind. Oh no, “the kids are alright,” as simon pure as the dr!ven snow, yeah? About as pure as the dr!ven taxicab if you’re asking me.

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          • Expat Geordie says:

            I got made the same “offer” in 1990 for an Anti-Poll Tax demo in London in 1990. I think that they got the message when I said that too many people were voting for councils to spend money that they personally wouldn’t have to contribute to.

            That’s one riot that I’m glad that I missed.

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      • 241
        HenryV says:

        As many are playing hide the sausage with each other couldn’t they all just use one room in one hotel?

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    Red Ed Was There Too says:

    These ‘anti-cuts’ pantomimes are about radicalisation, reinforcement of Labour party support, and justification of the existence of top Socialists, and nothing else. The marchers have been whipped up, organised and marshalled purely for the benefit of the likes of Chuka and Red Len. No wonder Umuna has got such a self-satisfied look on his face as he knows the useful idiots are there for the benefit of himself and his kind, and nobody else.

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      Blowing Whistles says:

      Nice summary.

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    • 175
      How these things work says:

      Agreed , See 164 above

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      Worker says:

      Not wearing one of his £2000-£3000 suits that make up his daily dress, 5 suits a day, just wonder what the working poor would think of this hypocrite. Then again many of them are a product of Labour’s big standard f**ked up, no one ever fails education system, so they can’t think beyound counting beans.

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  37. 75
    Tim Montgomerie says:

    Marching past Westminster next to a placard ‘the plebs are coming’. TUC A Future that Works. We need one

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  38. 77
    Tim Montgomerie says:

    Marchers from all unions raise flags and banners aloft as they continue to flow through the gates of Hyde Park.

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  39. 81
    Chukas Chick says:

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    Religion: The Original Sin says:

    Mili booed at Hyde Park

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      Worker says:

      Shame the TUC did not put the super rich Miliped on a Aunt Sally stall to raise funds. I’d have spent a few quid to throw rotten fruit at him.

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  41. 85
    Pleb and Buried says:

    You chaps at CCHQ will hopefully awake sometime soon.

    Get your own house in order first before you start writing the drivel above here. Overt racism in some cases. Be careful, you have fought with almost every group in the UK. You don’t have many friends remaining. In fact you are despised by the military, the police, the pensioners, the youth, the middle classes, the working classes and nearly all the public sector.

    As a former Tory canvasser, supporter, member, financial contributor, voter I am telling you now, grow up, get your act together fast. Time is not on your side.

    Meanwhile I’m now with UKIP. We are legion. If you pull yourselves together and get a real leader with judgement and allow people like me to return with grace you are, I promise you, finished.

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  42. 86
    Tim Montgomerie says:

    The government thinks its born to rule but they’re not very good at it.

    Just Saying.

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    • 94
      Joss Taskin says:

      Great running commentary. Can you let us know if anyone says anything sensible or has any great ideas ? Er, wait….

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    • 137
      Anonymous says:

      Etonians may have been brought up to rule unchallenged.

      To make life easy, the public had bought into this. When the public changes it mind, even the Etonian’s struggle.

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    • 356
      Anonymous says:

      What does that mean ?

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  43. 90
    Tim Montgomerie says:

    Guido & Harry sitting down in oxford circus blocking traffic

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  44. 91
    Tom Tomos says:

    Saw exactly the same phenomenon 30 years ago with Paul Boa teng. Saturday morning at Camberwell Green Magi strates’ Court in his 3-piece pin-stripes and later that afternoon on the steps of County Hall next to Ken Living stone in his Che Gue vara outfit. Nothing new under the sun!

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  45. 92
    Harriet Harman says:

    “Childhood sexual experiences, willingly engaged in, with an adult result in no identifiable damage… The real need is a change in the attitude which assumes that all cases of paedophilia result in lasting damage.”

    http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/news/damianthompson/100185799/how-hatties-friends-defended-paedophilia/

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  46. 95
    Mrs May says:

    10 Donkeys, 5 Horses, 23 Cats, 17 Dogs, 1 Fox, 39 Sheep & 1 Gerbil have come forward to accuse Jimmy Savile & Claim against BBC!

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    Hehe says:

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  48. 104
    Joss Ayinglike says:

    LEST WE FORGET……

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    • 214
      life's an edache says:

      Not only no money in the kitty, but a country in hock forced to pay compound interest on a doubled National debt that includes extensive PFI infrastructure ‘investment’.
      Just the 54.7 billion of Socialist PFI over 13 years will eventually cost 301 billion by the time it is paid off in 2049

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      • 485
        Expat Geordie says:

        Of course the current government could just declare PFI illegal and renage on the deals. You can be pretty certain that it is what Labour would have done if they had stayed in in 2010.

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  49. 105
    I don't need no doctor says:

    Chukka’s £1500 to £50 slight of hand.
    Chukka the millionaire to low paid worker slight of hand.
    How do you think he does it,
    What makes him so good,
    He’s a spinball wizard…….

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    Fatbot says:

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  51. 109

    Look!

    Chuka has his oh-so-serious-face on.

    Bless!

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  52. 111
    Blowing Whistles says:

    The booing against Ed is all over the radiowaves – quote while he was being booed he said – “… It’s right that we level with people” ….

    He’s now had a public answer to his One(Dam)nation attempt to dupe the masses.

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  53. 128
    Anonymous says:

    What a shower of complete Hunts. The sooner someone blows up parliament the better.

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    • 132
      anonymous says:

      Careful, careless talk could result in CPS proceedings and another court case costing the taxpayer a million quid in legal fees before being thrown out by a judge.

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      • 180
        To Be Fair says:

        To be fair, that’s probably an rare example of a case that WONT be thrown out by our Judges these days.

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  54. 133
    ToonBert... says:

    For many of the leeches on the walk, here is a song :)

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    • 139
      anonymous says:

      That track was aired by somebody down at the A4E rehabilitation clinic, even pencils Pauline couldn’t help laughing.

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    OnBenefits says:

    The curious incident of George Osborne’s first-class train ride only matters because it plays on the same story board. “We’re all in this together” doesn’t travel with plebs, but pays £189.50 to avoid the hoi polloi. If chancellors rarely go second class, that’s beside the point. For the added luxury of parking his bottom on an exclusive seat, he spent more than two and a half times what he makes unemployed people live on for a whole week, for food, heating, travel, everything.

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    • 144
      anonymous says:

      Wait until till we spend another £30 billion so that your local MP can cut 4 minutes off his journey time.

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  57. 138
    Are they jus deaf or too stupid to understand ?? says:

    Total waste of time……there is NO fucking money left !!!!

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  58. 141
    Helen Goodman says:

    Update: Look what you have hounded my friend into doing.
    Halifax MP Linda Riordan said: “Although this was within the rules set down by IPSA (the Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority) and the arrangements were cleared by them, I now recognise what the perception of this arrangement will look like to my constituents and the wider general public. I understand IPSA is consulting on this and other issues and it is right they look at it. For my part, when the tenancy concludes I will cease this arrangement.”

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    • 145
      Angry from Halifax says:

      Oh dear lots of angry comments from Halifax in the Courier newspaper. eg:

      Surely THE most appalling MP in the House and that’s against some pretty tough opposition.

      This is just the icing on the cake let’s not forget the extremely dubious nature of her even keeping her seat in last election.

      With the level of accusations that were present any half decent MP would have least offered to have run the vote again. Of course she didn’t because she knew she didn’t have had a cat in hells chance of winning a re-run.

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    • 149
      Religion: The Original Sin says:

      Where’s the bit that starts ” Meanwhile I will be paying back thr proceeds….”?

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  59. 143
    Anonymous says:

    Two faced bag of labour slime

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  60. 151
    The 1st Class Chuuka Mona says:

    Now listen brothers, sisters & everyone else……..

    When will you understand that Some (ie Like Me) are more equal than the

    rest (that means you lot of smelly unwashed Plebs)……….

    Hope thats clear once & for all……

    Out to Dinner tonight at The Dorchester with my new best friend Andrew

    he has played a blinder these last four weeks totally trashing the Tory

    brand & of course with the help of CMDDD as without him we would still

    be totally fcuking unelectable…..

    Will soon be sipping vintage champers away from your eye’s

    so please just fcuk off Now…….

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  61. 163
    Angry from Halifax says:

    There’s more:
    Mrs Riordan was due to hold one of her regular surgeries at Halifax Town Hall this afternoon but it has been cancelled.

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  62. 164
    Snap this bastards neck says:

    OT but can I just say that scum bastards like this should be throttled on conviction.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2220508/Seconds-disaster-Chilling-CCTV-shows-hit-run-van-swerving-lanes-traffic-strike-couple-pushing-toddler.html

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    • 186
      White Van Man says:

      But hit and runs result in very lenient sentences. He’ll do more time for assaulting them with his crook lock.

      Like

      • 261
        Expat Geordie says:

        I’ve always thought that the best way to murder someone was to run them over and then have a few swigs of whisky. 2-3 years inside for killing them whilst “drunk” and no life licence to worry about.

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        • 301
          Tay King-dePisse says:

          It’s the rendering-them-unconscious-and-lying-flat-in-the-dark-stretch-of-road bit of it that’s the hardest part. Otherwise they’re liable to jump out of the way if they’ve seen you in time. Don’t you just hate when they do that?

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  63. 165
    Andy Coulson's monkey says:

    I am waiting to see the pro cuts movement turnout well over 100,000 people at a demo

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  65. 170
    capitalist pig says:

    I was going on the march but i decided I would be better of joining the dog and having a shit in the. drain

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  66. 174
    thespecialone says:

    Unison – only interested in the cash-strapped workers that the greedy Tories are trying to put on the streets.

    Unison – loathe greed

    Oh wait!!

    http://www.gloucestershire.police.uk/Latest%20News/Press%20Releases/2012/October/item33367.html

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  67. 181
    Aunty Matter says:

    So a goalkeeper gets assaulted live on TV and in front of hundreds of police and they seem unable to catch him.

    Anyone would think the police were too busy getting Tory MP’s fired or joining in with scummy demonstrators.

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    • 223
      PC Plop says:

      We’re far too busy tasering extremely dangerous blind pensioners.

      Like

      • 239
        Scouse Billy says:

        and re writing our statements.

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      • 343
        Blowing Whistles says:

        And a few good demos / protests at this time of year generally pay well to get us through the festive season – all those luvverly jubberly overtime & bonus rates go sky high at demo time … result – but don’t tell them public plebs or we’re done for.

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    • 360
      Anonymous says:

      How did he manage to get on to the pitch, thump the goalie,get off the pich and out into the night, without anybody stopping him. Its really bizarre. Dont they have police at football matches ?

      Like

  68. 184
    Well it's a thought says:

    Just like to say well done Alex Salmond, you old snake oil salesman you, please keep up the Scottish brainwashing until you get a majority to say YES, most of real England are with you in your endevours to break up the Union and go it alone , no doubt you will be well guided by the experts in the EU, out of the hands of us nasty English and into another set of hands, well I think you know your fate.

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    • 205
      Universal Hiss says:

      I’m voting yes regardless. Maybe stupid.Maybe suicidal but stare the alternative full on in those cold calculating eyes.

      Would you like to tie your future to the Westminster clowns if you had a choice?

      Look at what we have seen over the last week. It’s fucking sickening.

      & WTF is real England? You are welcome to it & all the enlightened & enriched who sail in her.

      (BTY I am English born.White.Female.Patronised.)

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  69. 190
    Andrew Mitchell says:

    That Fuck YES moment when you slap a fly

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  70. 191
    Shooty* says:

    Have to say, as much as I dislike Chukka, I don’t see the story here: Perfectly sensible to change clothes between one environment and the other.

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  71. 193
    Anonymous says:

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  72. 199
    Raving Loon says:

    It must eat him up inside that he wasn’t born in a council estate in Peckham to a single mum.

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  73. 200
    Ed Millionband says:

    A wonderful day, comrades, as we showed the world the solidarity of the proletariat in the face of the greedy capitalists. I have been at the forefront of the struggle. I have, with my own calloused hands, torn the headrest cover from my first class train seat. And tonight, when I get home (I’m not sure which one yet), I will, in celebration of the first meeting of the TUC, raise a glass of 1868 Chateau Lafite-Rothschild and toast the coming victory of the workers. For while some choose to lead the struggle from the front, I, comrades, as the most equal amongst us, choose to lead from the top.

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  74. 201
    Fabians are Evil says:

    Gordon’s cunning plan for no more boom and bust, fully supported by the Labour party, was total and utter crazy bullshit; in fact it was no more boom JUST BUST.

    Now the same bunch of idiots moan about the cure to their madness.

    I am getting very grumpy and this chuck-up fellow needs a good slap!

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  75. 212
    Anonymous says:

    Labour are a party of hypocrits, they campaign against cuts but would make very similar cuts if they were in power (God help us if they were!). Don’t these Union bods realise that the country is broke!

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  76. 215
    Angry from Halifax says:

    Another great comment from Carinna/Carinna in the Halifax Courier:

    I believe you Linda, love: me’n’the hubby are down in London soon for a few days — can we rent the flat? Either one will do. £40 a night OK? We’re your constituents from Northowram: any chance of you looking after our cat while we’re at your place?

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  77. 218
    let;s have some deep cuts to thickos says:

    If someone had had the presence of mind to gun down the protesters, the IQ of the country would have gone up by at 50 points

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  78. 220
    Dave the Terminator says:

    Next week I’ll bring the whole EU down if they don’t do what I tell them. The week after that I’ll personally go round and drag benefit scroungers out of bed. The following week I’ll make all the utility companies charge no more than 35 pence per year for power. How hard is that?

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    • 227
      meet the cameroons says:

      Do we have your cast iron guarantee on that?

      Like

    • 257
      Born Yesterday says:

      Sure Dave, and the month after that you’ll U-turn on the whole lot and promise to implement it all again after the next general election.

      Like

  79. 222
    meet the ommunas says:

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  80. 224
    Universal Hiss says:

    So anyone know what the turn out was?

    It’s usual for protesters to claim 776,000 & police 76.

    Not that it matters.

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  81. 228
    Andrew Mitchell says:

    I wonder if David Cameron lies back and thinks of England while he’s fucking the country.

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    • 255
      Socialism is a severe mental illness says:

      I wonder if Brown lay back and thought of England, when he decided to fuck the lowest paid by doubling their income tax (to the cheers of Labour MPs).

      Like

      • 350
        Blowing Whistles says:

        Best ask Tony Blair or Peter Mandleson about it as Gordon lay back with his beastest buddies.

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  82. 230
    Tom Catesby says:

    Slimy, slithery and dodgey, a black Tony.B.Liar! He’ll go far in British politics, first black P.M. do ya think Guido?

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  83. 244
    Up the Workers says:

    Boooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo!

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  84. 250
    Grant Shapps aka Michael Green says:

    Oy Vey.

    LAB lead up 4 in ComRes online for IoS and S Mirror: CON 33% (-2) LAB 41% (+2) LD 10% (0) UKIP 9% (+1)

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    • 254

      Jolly good!

      Kinnock was 20 points ahead before he was elected prime minister too.

      Oh dear!

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      • 259
        Socialism is a severe mental illness says:

        Yes, but Kinnock was a complete cretin, whereas Ed Miliband is..

        oh dear.

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        • 260

          …Ed Miliband is not going to be prime minithter either.

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          • Socialism is a severe mental illness says:

            Indeed. It’s interesting to note that in their latest poll (Oct 11th), YouGov put Labour at 7 points ahead.

            A week earlier, Labour were 14 points ahead.

            Miliband. Marching forwards to victory. In his own tiny little mind.

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          • RetardEd Miliband says:

            “NOTTINGHAM businesses are more secure than last year, according to business recovery specialists Begbies Traynor. (report, Oct 19 2012)

            “The firm says that across the Midlands, 32 per cent fewer businesses faced critical issues between July and September than at the same time in 2011.

            “National figures show a fall of 22 per cent. In Nottingham, there has been an 18 per cent fall in businesses with critical issues between the second and third quarters.”

            “The national picture is also encouraging as businesses across the UK are more stable.”

            WTF!?? Unemployment down, borrowing down, crime down, business confidence up?? Shit! Shit! SHIT!

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          • Ed Millitantband says:

            o yeth yiam!

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          • Blowing Whistles says:

            RM – Begbies T are the firm who made a killing £££ (and have made many other Killing£ out of the industry of putting companies / businesses into liquidation / administration situations irrespective of that said companies needed their interference in the first place) – out of the multiple administrations that Portsmouth FC have gone through.

            They do make lodsa a dosh in the football world – generally at the expense of The Tribal f-o-o-t-b-a-l-l indoctrinated! Easy money when most footy fans can’t see beyond their tribal allegiances.

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    • 267
      Universal Hiss says:

      UKIP gets a mention then these days?

      They were usually bundled in other.

      If they carry on like this Alex Salmond will be PM.

      An independent U.K.

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  85. 252
    Taxth & Thpend! says:

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    • 266
      genghiz the kahn says:

      He’s a winker (misprint).

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    • 270
      Everybody Loves Edward? says:

      If you’re going to watch eight minutes of a man with a funny nose and voice doing stand-up comedy, at least he should make you laugh at things that were written with the intention of being comedy, wouldn’t you say?

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  86. 258
    NEW Bent Book Keeper's Party says:

    Vote for us we will sort it out because we are honest & trustworthy

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  87. 262
    nellnewman says:

    So we have a few thousand people marching through London today demanding the preservation of their taxpayer funded gold plated pensions and public non jobs and they really believe the government is going to change policy because they say so?

    What sort of idiots waste their time in such pointless gestures?

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  88. 268
    Grant Shapps aka Michael Green says:

    A teacher noticed that a little boy at the back of the class was squirming around, scratching his crotch, and not paying attention. She went back to find out what was going on. He was quite embarrassed and whispered that he had just recently been circumcised and he was quite itchy.

    The teacher told him to go down to the principals office. He was told to telephone his mother and ask her what he should do about it. He did and returned to his class.

    Suddenly, there was a commotion at the back of the room. She went back to investigate only to find him sitting at his desk with his private parts hanging out.

    “I thought I told you to call your mom!” she said.

    “I did,” he said, “And she told me that if I could stick it out until lunchtime, shed come and pick me up from school.”

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  89. 271
    The Environmental Taliban says:

    We are right! We really really really R Right!!!!!!

    We need Wind Farms and all the other scams – just like our fav Camertwat tells us.

    ‘n George OZZER is a plonker! innit!

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  90. 279
    Ed Balls - Shallow Chancer says:

    Who’s the real Great Train Robber ????

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  91. 282
    RED ED MILLIONAIREBAND says:

    Who said, “You are a weak leader” ?

    Was it that wanker brother of mine ????

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  92. 283
    Pleb sitting on the fence says:

    Unions do not lie to the people via the media like the government do. Thatcher v Scargil = Plebs dictated to. Now plebs are paying the price for destruction of power industry and just about every other industry.

    If only I invested in Lunatic’s Running Asylum.com

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  93. 284
    Dirty Butt Wipe says:

    I am fed up very depressed and going to bed now.
    In fact I will stay in bed forever as things are not
    getting better like they keep on saying on the BBC.

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  94. 286
    dunstall says:

    The time has come for Cameron and Osborne to stick it to these f…… once and for all pay freeze for all public sector workers to last the whole of this Parliament.benefits to be frozen completely,child benefit to be restricted to 2 children only and retrospective,increase the tax threshold to 10800 ,the 20 per cent rate up to 60k and a higher rate of 40 per cent only go for broke greed is good Gekko was right

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  95. 293
    Crazy Tony says:

    Well wouldnt you with the streets packed with northerns, pick pockets and petty thiefs.?

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  96. 297
    Mr & Mrs. Ball-Scooper, TRIPLE FLIPPERS says:

    The Sunday Telegraph’s investigation into discovered:
    - 113 Labour MPs, 48 Tories and 19 Lib Dems have claimed first class rail tickets over the past year. Two Plaid Cymru and three Scottish National Party members bring the total to 185.

    – More than 50 MPs have been reimbursed for at least 10 first-class rail journeys, with 14 of these members claiming 20 or more

    – Tom Harris, the Labour Glasgow MP, has submitted claims for 40 first-class ticket. Guto Bebb, a Tory with a Welsh constituency, submitted 36.

    – Tom Clarke, another Scottish Labour MP, took 28 business or club-class flights, the most by any parliamentarian.

    – Of 24 MPs who recouped the cost of luxury flights, 14 were Labour MPs, one was a Tory, six were Lib Dems, and three were members of the SNP.

    – Mike Crockart, the Liberal Democrat, was reimbursed for 27 business or club-class flights between London and his Edinburgh constituency, each worth up to £461.

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  97. 300
    Saffron says:

    Just read that red ed union puppet is saying the government is clueless.
    Has this non british immigrant asshole a brain at all.
    His forebears came into this country to escape the germainiam lot and then his father spends the rest of his life promoting commies to any students who are taken in by his crap.
    If anyone is clueless it is this in the pockets of the union fatcats and their grasp of why we are in shit street bunch of rebel rousers,who are paid for by hard working taxpayers.
    Red Ed needs to grow up from kindergarten politics and join the real world of people who pay for him and his ilk.
    I learnt many years ago this:-
    20£ earned and 19£ spent = no problems
    20£ earned and 21£ spent = big problem
    Why is this joker even in politics at all with his lack of understanding of basic economics.
    Since liebour went out of power I have not seen one single economic game changer that they have come up with.
    They seem to be only interested in bringing up any instance however trivial to attack the government,as wittnessed by recent events.
    Your next issue lads and lassies is houses and rents,and I do think that you will close ranks on this one as you are all pigs feeding from the same trough.

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  98. 305

    Payola is back again. BBC knew all about Savile. Hired prostitutes for DJs. Covered up for 40 years after investigation found that disclosure would be too damaging:

    http://bit.ly/RepW5U

    Who would break a crime promoting corporation upon a wheel?

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  99. 311
    Hadrian (Emp.) says:

    Troughers All. Mitcheel–what a joke. Chukka yermunni down the Pan— we can always print some more. A degree of singular authoritarian rule here would not go amiss. Should all blow up about the Ides of March.

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  100. 316
    I don't need no doctor says:

    Channel 4 News never mentioned that Ed Millionaireband was booed. Now why would that be?

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  101. 318
    Aunty Matter says:

    Sunday newspapers pouring another large bucket of merde all over the BBC. So don’t expect the BBC to mention Jimmy Savile then.

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  102. 323
    Saffron says:

    Now listening to these MP’s travel expenses,who the shittin hell do they think they are.
    First class travel my ass.
    They are servants paid for by us,they should be minimising the cost to us,rather than pursuing this we are better than you crap.
    Pay the standard going rate and forget your inflated ego’s,you are a disgrace by any standards and hopefully the electorate will tell you this next time round.

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    • 340
      albacore says:

      Sorry, Saffron, that’s arse about face
      Our MPs may be a vile disgrace
      But it’s us they see as the untermensch
      It’s a wonder that they can bear our stench

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    • 591
      Frank Hampson says:

      I travel first class, why shouldn’t they; or perhaps you think they should walk.

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      • 620
        Marion the cat says:

        Perhaps because they are REPRESENTATIVES of the people, not therefore with God-given rights of supremacy.

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  103. 327
    Saffron says:

    The savile saga continues,now we have ministers involved,the plot thickens,how will this pan out.
    The absolute tip of the iceberg methinks.

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    • 404
      MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK son of COD and CODFATHER of SOLE says:

      The tip of his cock or his tongue i think not iceberg

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  104. 330
    Anonymous says:

    Don’t actually get what this story is about

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    • 335
      nellnewman says:

      The millionaire chuckusyamoney who keeps all of his inheritance offshore out of reach of HMRC and then spends his time marching with the unions against sensible housekeeping measures to control the countries debts that labour recklessly ran up when they(and he) was in power?!

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    • 347
      Chuka Harrison Umunna says:

      Extreme Hypocrisy. Very Extreme Hypocrisy. Radical Extreme Hypocrisy. Fundamental Radical Extreme Hypocrisy. Fundamental Radical Extreme Hypocrisy by a Toff. Fundamental Radical Extreme Hypocrisy by a Toff who feels he needs to dress as a Pleb to be accepted. Fundamental Radical Extreme Hypocrisy by a Toff who feels he needs to dress as a Pleb to be accepted yet he always wears a sharp suit even in bed.

      That’s what it is about.

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  105. 333
    nellnewman says:

    labour govt exposed as lying over wmd and taking us into illegal war

    mps/Lords exposed for fiddling expenses on huge scale

    police exposed as lying over hillsborough

    bbc exposed for colluding with p@edophile ring for 40 years plus

    mps exposed for rent swapping scam

    leveson about to announce plans for shutting up the media so we never find out about these things ever again!

    Thank God for the internet!!

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    • 618
      The Establishment (perverts and top class scumbags inc.) says:

      Don’t worry Ms Newman we are comming for that next… The Internet is our next target.

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  106. 334
    Komrades - to the barrikades!! says:

    What do we want?

    – Other Peoples’ money!

    Who is gonna pay for it?

    – Our grandchildren!

    Is that fair?

    – Fuck ‘em! I’m a socialist and I want money now!

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  107. 336
    Jezza says:

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    • 414
      soapy says:

      … then Van Dieman’s land discussed?

      We used to send starving kids who stole half a loaf of bread there not so long ago. The remnants of the complex where they were kept are still around – and could quite easily be refurbished by a team of competent builders.

      Now there’s a thought….

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      • 496
        Expat Geordie says:

        It would be cheaper just to stick them all on one of the uninhabited islands around the Falklands. Should help keep the Argies away as well.

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  108. 339
    Harriet Harman and Patricia Hewitt says:

    We support sexual relations between Adults and Children.

    http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/news/damianthompson/100185799/how-hatties-friends-defended-paedophilia/

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  109. 348
    Grant Shapps aka Michael Green says:

    One last troll of the night…..

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  110. 349
    nellnewman says:

    Most optimistic estimate of marchers today is that there were 150k. Unions said they had 6million members and most of them would turn out. So where were they?

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  111. 353
    How has the country come to this says:

    Now the bbc are not even pretending to be news broadcasters instead the supposed newreader at 23.23 pm is holding forth with a diatribe of his own view of “down with Cameron, Osborne et al – bring back Labour,” incidentally he looks as though he could be Chukuyamoneys brother.

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  112. 355
    Aunty Matter says:

    BBC news paper review totally ignores all the Savile stories. Fucking piss ants c u n t z .

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    • 359
      nellnewman says:

      SinisterUncleBeeb spinning faster than a top as he tries to deflect attention away from his p@edophilia and sexual abuse tendencies.

      The beeb – not fit to hold a broadcasting license!

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      • 377
        Universal Hiss says:

        Perhaps that’s why they are putting their microphones in their ears & going la,la,la.

        What a lovely Christmas present for one & all to not have the enforced telly tax.

        Rupe must be enjoying this.

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  113. 358

    Let’s have a protest march to say we all should have more money. What a good idea! Since I thought of it, I shall have more of course. But everyone will be winners, won’t they?

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  114. 363
    Boys Buggery Cocaine says:

    Please discuss: is the British music industry engulfed by paedos. ?

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  115. 366
    Soul Devil Sold says:

    The Guido brand is now mainstream commercialism. Libertarianism has been discarded along the way.

    Time to move on Nell.

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    • 369
      Bruce from NY says:

      What is wrong with commercialism? Is this Guido guy supposed to be a fucking charity?

      Like

      • 374

        In Utopian Britain, everything is not for profit.

        Doesn’t stop people from lining their pockets, though. It just leaves the public thinking they are doing good when really they are shafting the community.

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    • 514
      Anonymous says:

      liberterian at heart, a democrat in the mind, and a liker of the good things of life.

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  116. 370
    Engineering says:

    Of course being booed by a lefty job shy shower is exactly what Red Ed wanted.

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  117. 372
    nellnewman says:

    The headmistress of duncrft that school where savile abused girls is now outed as margaretjones.

    By an amazing ‘coincidence’ her nephew is meirionjones who worked on the beeb newsnight programme where she was airbrushed out of everything!!

    The beeb = biased, unbalanced……

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    • 378
      anonymous says:

      Don’t beat about the bush nell… BBC = Institutionalised Pe*d*philiacs.

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    • 379
      Blowing Whistles says:

      How deep does the nepotism go?

      BTW have had a full search [full print off taken for the record] of two MP’s and every page of their expenses via the IPSA link via the guardian link above {on this blog} …

      All of these (chukkas) effers [MP's] pay for absolutely NOTHING whatsoever – they’re “collectively” taking the ‘fing pee out of the Taxpaying public across the political spectrum. And Political Journalists who continue to spin for one party verses against the other are perpetuating the lies and duplicity upon the general public – by a press who have bought into the mass rape, plunder and pillage of the British public.

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    • 381
      Blowing Whistles says:

      Be careful what you mod – it might come back and bite you as timelocked.

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    • 383
      Scape Goat Savile says:

      Savile is just one of many and I doubt all the allegations are true anyway.

      But it suites the BBC that he is made the scape goat.

      As for Harriet Harman and Patricia Hewitt and their support for child sex and pornography then that could be an even greater scandal.

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      • 385
        Stop being a Mouse Dave says:

        I think it is a given that if Dave had campaigned in the past to lower the age of consent, permit explicit photos of Children or said that sex with minors was OK then Ed quite rightly would shout from the roof tops about it and demand a judge lead Inquiry.

        So Why isn’t team Dave pillaring Harman and Hewitt?

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  118. 398
    not a machine reloaded says:

    They assembled , they marched ,waved their placards high , bongoed the drums and ……… booed the man they paid for as leader …
    Funny where was Ed Balls ….. adressing socialist ambition perhaps :)

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    • 401
      MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK son of COD and CODFATHER of SOLE says:

      Ed Balls was at Norwich V Arsenal looking like a blimp wearing his yellow scarf !

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    • 402
      Universal Hiss says:

      Well The Guardian has a little bit about it. The Telegraph are ignoring it. They are going with bad teaching stops people going to Oxford.

      Good grief. I never knew that.

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      • 417
        soapy says:

        If they can’t go to Oxford, they will have to change at Slough and go to Swindon instead I suppose.

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  119. 400
    MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK son of COD and CODFATHER of SOLE says:

    Ed Millitwat was booed by his own so called supporters LoL

    “Fellow thitithens if i wath in offith i to would hath to make cuts juth like the torith” !

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    CYNICAL OLD MAN says:

    Why? this blog hasn’t been the same since Neo-Guido got his hands on the ModBot controls. The modding on this site is getting to CiF levels – not good news for a site run by a so-called libertarian.

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  122. 423
    Anonymous says:

    You’d probably change out of your suit to march, too. What awful, homophobic, racist, anti-Semitic bigots a lot of you are.

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    • 436
      homophobic pride on the march says:

      Er, why can’t he march in an Armani suit of he wants if he wants to? That’s being suitist.

      Like

    • 442
      Esther Rancid, Edwina Currie, Margaret Hodge, Greville Janner, the Leeds rag trade cabal... says:

      Oy vey! The indigenous English plebs have finally woken up to their country being stolen from them and invaded by racist, in-bred psychos, whose ‘good book’ says fucking gentile children is no crime.

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    • 519
      jack of shadows says:

      fuck off arsewipe

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  123. 425
    you gotta larf says:

    ….. and now Lord Tebbitt (hehehe) enters the fray to criticise the tory toff boys … I know, you couldn’t make it up could you …. what the tories should do is dig Thatcher up … oops, she’s not dead yet ….hahahahahahaha

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  124. 426
    When I was a boy the poor were skinny says:

    I’m preparing a book on the Savile Saga but can’t think of a title. Suggestions please.

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  125. 428
    MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK son of COD and CODFATHER of SOLE says:

    Why is Doormouse Dave Hell bent on imposing police commissioners on us ?
    Nobody even knows the names of any of these people (except i know Lard arse Prescott wants to be one)
    Six figure salaries , no experience required
    November (election so nobody turns out)
    Thousands of lazy bastard council employees sitting around all day doing fuck all as election staff
    Why is Do nowt Dave imposing these people on us ?
    if somebody gets all the members of his extended family to vote for them they could get in and influence policy and budgets WTF ?

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  126. 429
    Lord Norman says:

    Ruff, Ruff,Ruff

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  127. 430
    outrageous says:

    could Marr’s show have been any more ridiculous?

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  128. 431
    you gotta larf says:

    hey
    and what’s this with bercow’s personalised car number plate? Jsut cos his wife has one? What about security matters now John? Hypocritical lying cheating tory scum

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  129. 432
    Yvonne from the Colliers Arms Clydach says:

    I have just heard Edwina Currie is implicated in the Jimmy Savile abuse investigations .

    If the police are to question her I hope they do it under caution .

    I was talking to a gentleman a year or so ago and he said that she had molested John Major when he was our Prime Minister .

    I said I did not believe she would do such a thing but he insisted he was telling the truth .

    Apparently there is a book all about it .

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    • 433

      I don’t think you are from Clydach, look you.

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    • 437
      Captn P says:

      Its the only angle to that story that the left wing media would run.

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    • 463
      nellnewman says:

      Look no further than MargaretHodge for links to child abuse and jimmysavile and her time in Islington. The abusers in Islington were linked to HautdelaGarenne and Norfolk – exactly the circle in which jimmy was moving. So why did Hodge refuse to act and try and cover up by smearing the victim?

      “In 2003, following Hodge’s appointment as Minister for Children, Demetrious Panton went public with his allegation that he was abused in Islington Council care and had repeatedly raised this issue with no effect. He accused Hodge of being ultimately responsible for the abuse that he suffered. Davies also went public with the issues that she had raised concerns about while working for the council.[12] Following a media campaign conducted by several national newspapers calling for her to resign from her new post, she responded to Panton by letter, in which she referred to him as ‘extremely disturbed’. Panton then passed the letter to the press which planned to publish it, only to be judicially restrained from doing so at the instruction of Hodge. The letter was eventually published, mainly on the grounds that the blocking of the letter was seen as disproportionate. Hodge was forced to publicly apologise and offered to contribute to a charity of Panton’s choosing as recompense.[13]“

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  130. 435
    Typical Labour cock says:

    Isn’t Chucky the hypocritical twat who said he condemns the arms industry, and then got arms manufacturers to sponsor an event at the Labour conference, said he condemns tax avoidance but has lots of money stashed away in offshore accounts, said his constituents are poor and suffering and then bragged about getting £1000 bespoke suits?

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  131. 438
    Labour = hypocrisy says:

    Someone should ask Luciana Berget if she arrived at the rally in her car with the £5000 personalised number plate.

    Like

    • 443
      bingo wings says:

      That’s the sort of thing real journalists used to ask, not the fucking press lobby lap dogs we have at the moment.

      Like

    • 469
      Luciana says:

      My new number plate is : G08 JOB. It’s the quickest way to get on a shortlist in the Labour Party.

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  132. 441
    Luciana Bugger says:

    Bill Shankly? What’s that? Is that the same as a hand shandy? I’ve given lots of those on my climb up the political greasy rope.

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  133. 446
    "Gis' a job" tells the truth says:

    David Cameron has been criticised by Conservative grandee Lord Tebbit following Andrew Mitchell’s resignation as chief whip. He said the Prime Minister had allowed “this dog of a coalition Government” to look incompetent.

    Writing in The Observer, Lord Tebbit said: “This dog of a coalition Government has let itself be given a bad name and now anybody can beat it. It has let itself be called a Government of unfeeling toffs. Past governments have had far more real Tory toffs: prime ministers Alec Douglas-Home and Harold Macmillan, or even in Thatcher’s day, Whitelaw, Soames, Hailsham, Carrington, Gowrie, Joseph, Avon, Trenchard and plenty more, without incurring similar abuse.” He added: “The abiding sin of the Government is not that some ministers are rich, but that it seems unable to manage its affairs competently.”

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  134. 447
    Gordon Brown says:

    If I was still prime minister, there would be no cuts. We’d have a 10 trillion pound surplus which I would have achieved by borrowing ten trillion and spending 20 trillion, which would have produced 560 trillion tractors.

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  135. 448
    you gotta larf says:

    here he is – the man of the moment

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2220824/What-Bercow-Speaker-splashes-personal-plate–wife.html

    another tory wanker

    by the way I hear another tory MP has called an army officer a gobshite at a £3000 banquet ….

    they really do obnoxious well don’t they, the tories….????

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  136. 451
    Gordon Brown says:

    I can make water and carbon monoxide out of petrol

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  137. 464
    Poison Dwarf says:

    I’ve just splashed out on a personalised number plate to keep up with Sally. It’s C1JNT. Suits me perfectly.

    Like

  138. 465
    Sally Bigcow says:

    I’ve just got a cool new number plate. Suits me perfectly : SL4 PPA

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  139. 466
    Call me ‘Dave’ says:

    Good Morning!

    Today I wish to be known as

    Dipstick ‘Dave’ who doesn’t know his upper-class arse from his high-faluttin elbow.

    Thank you.

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  140. 468
    Guido(Home is Nevis,Eastern Caribbean) says:

    For one week only, Polly Toynbee takes time out from her villa in Tuscany to appear on #bbcsp

    Like

  141. 471
    David"Three Buttocks"Cameron says:

    “Excuse me mate, there’s no toilet roll in the gents.” I said to the waiter, as he stood in the middle of restaurant taking somebody’s order.

    “Ok, but did you really need to waddle out here with your trousers around your ankles?”

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  142. 473
    Raymomd Cyst says:

    No co-ons in Parliament.

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  143. 474
    labourunionsbbc we are one says:

    Up early this morning and heard the Bbbc religious program and apart from the mooslam stuff, they (the Bbbc) were proselytising for some african who wants to campaign in the UK for the ‘bla*ck vote (a la barrack omaha).

    Now apart from the fact that for the last forty odd years these cu’nts have been ramming down my throat that there is no difference, isn’t preferentially selecting one racial group over another what they would call racist?

    Is this a classic example of socialist Bbbc double standards, I don’t suppose if some English man wanted to go on the Bbbc to campaign for the white vote he would be treated in the same way, in fact they would probably do a secret filming on him and smear him and his organization

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  144. 476
    RED ED MILLIONAIREBAND says:

    One Nation ! One Nation !One Nation !

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  145. 478
    Aunty Matter says:

    I see the BBC keep wheeling out people to defend the BBC saying they’ve done nothing wrong. This time it’s c u n t Greg Dyke.

    The BBC are a joke, they accused Murdoch of all sorts of things and claimed any internal investigation would be a cover up, now the BBC are playing the same game.

    Fuck off BBC twats. You’re going to get your arses reamed you kiddie fiddling c u n t z

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  146. 481
    How has the country come to this says:

    The bbc (aka Labour publicity dept.) is cranking up the vitriol against the Conservatives to mega decibel level, a direct consequence of the possible revelations of what really goes on behind the scenes; the tinopener to this can of worms and snakes being the Saville swamp.

    Dave, seize this initiative, you have nothing to lose by cleansing the bbc now and making it self funding, if they are any good they will then survive and if not = Byeeee, what have they lose, Hmmm? Those corridors filled with champers bottles, mega salaries for tenth raters, all that faux “edginess”, so called news readers and the rest who are Labour party shills. Got to stop – run out of space.

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  147. 482
    Tory Grandee says:

    I have started a campaign to ensure Boris makes a return to The House Of Commons and challenges Dave for the leadership.

    Like

    • 510
      Otis D Berger the Third from Maine says:

      It looks like it is going to be a run off then between Boris and Grove .

      I have only just begun to realise what a little creep is Grove .

      With Boris the performance may not always match the rhetoric but at least the ride is fun .

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      • 632
        Anonymous says:

        Boris is too big a personality to work with others, a bit like Blair was too big a personality to be European President. Knifer Gove looks too heartless. Theresa May looks ok actually.

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  148. 490
    Andrew Mitchell says:

    David Cameron : Are you a chicken farmer?
    Nadine Dorries : No…
    David Cameron : ‘Cos you’re well good at raising cocks

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  149. 495
    hai karate says:

    walking through winchester
    yum yums in greggs
    the slug and lettuce
    half full

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  150. 498
    Ed Miliband (Leader of the Party opposite) says:

    What’s life like in the Bunker, Dave ???/

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    • 565
      nellnewman says:

      Militwit doesn’t need to ask that – don’t forget he was a senior member of gordon’s bunker pals in no10 whilst they were busy trashing the country from behind locked doors.

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  151. 500
    David Cameron says:

    My position s now ,as always,untenable.

    I shall continue to support Andrew Mitchell,Andy Coulson and Rebekah Brooks 100%.

    Good Afternoon.

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  152. 501
    George Young says:

    David Cameron has said George Osborne “will be dealt with” after not supporting the TUC demo yesterday.

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  153. 506
    She's mad, that one is says:

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  154. 522
    Aunty Matter says:

    So tell me has the BBC outed Ed Gonads and his retard bitch wife as 1st class snouters then? Because I haven’t heard a word about them on the BBC today.

    Like

    • 525
      Sod the BBC says:

      Pissing BBC. I kid you not the BBC news said last night that there was some booing of Ed when he said there would have to be a few cut backs under his government.

      If they had been reporting Dave they would have said the crowd heckled and shouted down the PM when he announced draconian and unprecedented savage reduction in government spending.

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    • 526
      The BBC are cunts says:

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    • 528
      Correct says:

      Like

  155. 524
    George Gideon Oliver Osborne says:

    I went to the sign makers and requested a 60 ft letter A and the same size in relation to the letters S and K,

    He told me he would try his best but it was a big ask.

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  156. 531
    Aunty Matter says:

    So Panorama tomorrow. Who is taking odds on the BBC doing a total stitch up complaining that the BBC have been set up by the evil right wing press?

    I’m expecting the BBC to ‘call in some favours’ from Bryant and Watson for starters plus those left wing comedians who get paid millions by the BBC.

    The upshot will be that Panorama will conclude that Savile was a one off and that Newsnight were not told to drop the story and we should all move along as there is nothing to see.

    Now back to evil Tories.

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    • 607
      Anonymous says:

      realistically though BBC was more worried about it’s status when it kept quiet. that does not seem to be a good enough reason any more and for this the DG is in the firing line.

      was Savile a rightie though?

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  157. 532
    George Gideon Oliver Osborne says:

    Barclays pays just 1% corporation tax – Is there any wonder this country is in Debt

    Like

    • 539
      Aunty Matter says:

      Of course none of this tax dodging went on when Mcbumbandit was running the economy did it?

      Like

    • 540
      Pawn Sandwich says:

      This “Lets Bash the Bankers” is running a bit thin now.

      Like

    • 550
      Durrrrrrr says:

      “Is there any wonder this country is in Debt” [sic]

      Not when Labour ran a budget deficit of 7% of GDP the year before the banking crisis, no.

      (PS: the little curly question mark ‘?’ is your friend.)

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  158. 537
  159. 538
    Aunty Matter says:

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2220802/Meirion-Jones-BBC-war-astonishing-claims-reporter-aunt-saw-Savile-abuse-school.html

    The stench of a cover up at the BBC grows even stronger. What the FUCK are the police up to? Instead of trying to get Tory MPs fired shouldn’t these c u nt mong plod twats been down at BBC TV centre kicking in some doors?

    Fucking cops, they are totally fucking useless. Snail shit is of more use than the police.

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  160. 543
    Aunty Matter says:

    What a joke. C u n t Ian Blair claims the Tories are politicising the police. So that’s the same Blair that supported the jock grinning bum bandit in the general election by putting stickers supporting Labour on police cars and the same c u n t who supported 90 day detention.

    Piss off you c u n t.

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    • 567
      Northwing. says:

      Oh yes, Really classy comment.NOT.

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    • 578
      ToonBert... says:

      Blair was part of the new breed of Senior Officers with sociology degrees and the like, the very same who are being arrested, sacked, committing suicide etc for criminal activity, fraud or misuse of position. :)

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      • 595
        Aunty Matter says:

        The police have long since given up on the idea of preventing crime by coming down hard on criminals. Now all they do is ‘manage crime’

        If one of them does bother to get off their fat arses to visit you after a crime has been committed, all you’re likely to get is a card telling you about ‘counselling’ or some fat plod telling you you need better locks on your house.

        No plods YOU know who the thieving twats are you should be making their fucking lives a misery.

        The very fact Blair doesn’t want people to vote says it all, he doesn’t like the idea of plod being directly accountable to the public.

        If I think that thick mongs driving their un taxed cars around the local streets at night time (and crashing on a regular basis) is a serious crime and I want someone who will put their foot on the throat of the local mong plod force to solve that, then so be it.

        I’m not interested in Christians being arrested for handing out anti gay leaflets, I do want retarded mongs off council estates rounded up though.

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  161. 544
    Grant Shapps aka Michael Green says:

    ‘Conservatives are the true party of equality’ Laughing my ass off, it actually came off HA!

    Like

    • 547
      Pawn Sandwich says:

      After 13 years of Labour nothing was achieved in trying to lift people out of deprived backgrounds and poor schooling.
      The present govt are trying very hard to open up Oxbridge to people from deprived backgrounds who have done very well in school (against the odds because the state sector has some terrible schools) but cannot compete against the independant sector.
      Gove has also taken it on board to raise the academic output from the state sector schools.
      Labour did nothing in 13 years except see the education system slip fom 8th to 26th in the International League Tables. After tens of billions spent (new money) nothing was achieved.

      Labour = Useless.

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    • 548
      The concept of 'equality' is an insult. says:

      ‘Equality’ implies that we’re all equal. Looking at the parasitic subhuman mongs that support Labour, it most certainly isn’t the case that we’re equal, or anything even close to it.

      Like

      • 549
        Pawn Sandwich says:

        For me to feel equal to a Labour supporter would go against every tenet of Darwins Theory of Evolution.
        I look down upon them with pity. Dysgenic horde.

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  162. 546
    Guido(Home is Nevis,Eastern Caribbean) says:

    Say no to party political control of the police. Telegraph exposes role of pro-privatisation neo-con think tank in election.

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  163. 553
    What the BBC did not show you Yesterday. says:

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  164. 554
    Shocking. All the BBC showed was Pro Miliband footage says:

    Why are Lefties so violent, noisy and vile?

    I see some were even hiding their faces by putting on the religion of peace headgear.

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  165. 559
    Jimmy says:

    Bastard calls himself a socialist but has a change of clothes.

    Just when you think that barrel can’t be scraped any more..

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  166. 560
    Anonymous says:

    Meanwhile on the Scottishroundup site more important things are commented on.

    1. I thought this was worth a mention.

    http://f2cscotland.blogspot.co.uk/2012/10/scotsman-declares-smoking-ban-in-cars.html

    1. Can we really believe what Tobacco Control studies say, this link is on the same subject as the previous comment.

    http://dickpuddlecote.blogspot.co.uk/2012/10/bma-lying-again-say-their-friends-again.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed:+DickPuddlecote+(Dick+Puddlecote)

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  167. 562
    Truthteller says:

    Meanwhile on the Scottishroundup site more important things are commented on.

    1. I thought this was worth a mention.

    http://f2cscotland.blogspot.co.uk/2012/10/scotsman-declares-smoking-ban-in-cars.html

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  168. 563

    Far-Left UAF through and through, its safe to say.

    Naturally, anybody who supports a virulently anti-England, hate-filled far-Left organisation such as the UAF SURELY has no place anywhere NEAR a position of power.

    But then again, this is bloody England we’re talking about, innit.

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  169. 572
    Fish says:

    Ha ha ha.

    Greasy Vaz is coming under further scrutiny becuase of his apparent ineligibilty to be a member of Labour’s NEC. He belongs to an ethnic affiliate group called Bame of which there are also allegations that it has a dodgy membership list.

    Good old Greasy. Slurp, slurp and Diane Fatbot would say

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  170. 575
    • 576
      ToonBert... says:

      Wonder which is worse, this or Jimmy and his fingers of fun?

      Like

    • 588
      Mornington Crescent says:

      Well, the liberal left wanted the Arab Spring and they sure got it: hordes of savages yelling “all’ah ak’hbar” (as if that wasn’t a warning sign…) and swaggering around with rocket launchers are, apparently, preferable to dictators.

      Every single Middle Eastern country we’ve waltzed into (or meddled with) is now demonstrably worse off: Iraq, Libya, Egypt… Syria is going the same way; fuck help us if Bahrain or Saudi boil over.

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  171. 579
    Oh bugger, I deleted all my cookies AGAIN. says:

    Hand in gland – grand!

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  172. 580
    Blowing Whistles says:

    I see the ne0cons have been ‘outed’ in the SunTelegraph … at attempting to gain a foothold via the outsourcing (G4s) county of Lincolnshire.

    The desperado’s are here from across the pond then.

    Outsourcing is a one way street to – oppression – by the few for the few’s only personal & financial gain.

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  173. 584
    God help us says:

    I have employed a student to pack plastic components in packs of 10

    I audited the 250 packs and found more than half contained only 9 pieces

    Student concerned is now named 999 as he is on course to become a Police Officer after coming top of his year in a Public Services Course

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  174. 586
    Blowing Whistles says:

    Waiting with baited breath – for the Panordrama prog tomorrow night – unless it’s spiked or D / DA Noticed by the states’ Darkest Actors.

    Like

    • 597
      Papal Bull says:

      Baited breath ?
      I blame it on the Diet of Worms.

      Like

      • 604
        Anonymous says:

        Masturbated breath from that source, more like.

        Like

      • 616
        Blowing Whistles says:

        Good to note that – neither respondent above wanted to address the overall ‘content’ – rather than attack the person. Umm – now isn’t that the kind form of some people? e.g. The Goldstone report over Gaza. They attacked the man rather than the content of his report.

        ‘Form’ – indeed.

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  175. 599
    Andrew Mitchell says:

    Once, when interviewed by Guido Fawkes, Jimmy Savile was asked what grooming products he used.
    “Smarties and midget gems” he replied

    Like

  176. 602

    Well. Almost 600 comments about one of the most boring subjects on earth, Chuka Umunna, the great white hope of the Labour party.

    Like

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  178. 633
    Anonymous says:

    We should try this on our politicians!

    Like


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