October 23rd, 2012

Why are Official EU Channels Attacking the UK?

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356 Comments

  1. 1

    The EU wants to join the UK?

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    • 8
      V1le Labour ruined my Country says:

      It’s time we left this corrupt organisation before they bleed us dry.

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    • 15
      Animal says:

      The EU is little more than a state-sanctioned Ponzi scheme, but with less transparent accounting.

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      • 34
        ToonBert... says:

        The Eu EEc or whatever it is called these days are just a bunch of flocking Hunts !!

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          Remember, nobody voted for this shit says:

          EUSSR is the most appropriate.

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          • monkey says:

            How much did europe pay for not fighting Hitler in an ethusiastic manner?

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          • Blowing Whistles says:

            So – the EU gets awarded the Nobel peace prize.

            Well; aren’t the EU in good company – what with Al Goremonger being awarded a similar prize for his scientific mythology? [Now a completely busted lie]

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          • Nobel Slurp Prize says:

            But isn’t the Chairman of the Nobel Peace Committee the same fellow as the Chairman of some high powered European Council?

            He gave the award to himself.

            Beat that for troughing!!!

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        • 200
          Blowing Ucking Ubbles says:

          flocking Hunts rhymes with F’ucking C’unts.

          So please use correct english please

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

      An old soldier once said to me
      “There are two types of people in this world
      Those who are English , and those who want to be ”

      My god ! How right he was

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        It is interesting and probably still true, even though my view of what the English are like seems a far cry from what it was in my opinion forming years (11-16).

        Possibly like you, I read stuff like Sir Walter Scott, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Aldous Huxley, George Orwell and Rudyard Kipling as a matter of prompting from school and my parents. Also Shakespeare of course. I later started to read Bertrand Russell, Winston Churchill and GB Shaw and Oscar Wilde.

        The reasons I mention these are the wonderful English that they used. (OK, I know the last two were Paddies!)

        So we have the language as possibly the biggest common point followed by a long unbeaten history (God knows how sometimes!), things that have evolved in that long period such as the Common Law and Equity, unique English concepts.

        The real question may be: Is that form of Englishness installed for ever or are we changing away from all that?

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        • 276
          No wonder the Inglish have no identity says:

          Walter Scott = Scottish
          Arthur Conan Doyle = Scottish
          GB Shaw = Irish
          Oscar Wilde = Irish
          Bertrand Russell = Welsh
          Rudyard Kipling = Indian

          Sorry but where do the English feature here ?

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        • 322
          Anonymous says:

          non english want to be english?
          “It is interesting and probably still true.”

          kiddie fiddling is a finger pointing to the institutions of the state.
          these institutions are as english as they get. I hope that the rest of the world do not wish to be english.

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          creationist -darwinist says:

          What a load of pseudo rubbish! Of course the UK is changing as is the language. It’s what keeps things healthy, that which stops growing rots(Stalin). If society and language didn’t evolve we’d be living in animal skin tents or caves and grunting as language

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    • 273
      ÁC1 says:

      Think of the “savings” on the rebate if we leave.

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    • 345
      Backwoodsman says:

      With all the press types the government has on the payroll, they should be doing a hell of a lot better job issuing press releases to foreign news agencies explaining why we have a problem with the EU.
      - Massively expensive and bloated brussels bureaucracy
      - Unelected former communists allowed to run EU .
      - bureaucrats not elected Meps deciding policy
      Don’t just be a ‘dog in the manger’ , set out your side of the story, I’ll bet it resonates with a lot of other Europeans.

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  2. 2
    Kebab Time says:

    OUT (THE EU) NOW!

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  3. 3
    Out of EU says:

    Far too much!

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  4. 5
    kilkeal says:

    Is there a reverse tool, how much does the UK contribute to your country? (Remember £53,000,000 a day to the EU.)

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    • 22
      Gooey Blob says:

      There ought to be. Aren’t we the second biggest contributor?

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        Norman Smith says:

        The UK is the 4th largest contributor, behind Germany, France and Italy. It is also the 4th largest net contributor overall and the 8th largest net contributor per capita.
        As a sign of the EU’s enlightenment, the country with the highest per capita income in the EU (Luxembourg) is the highest net recipient per capita – by a factor of almost 4 over second-placed Lithuania.

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        • 314
          smoggie says:

          So everyone puts money in, a large percentage is creamed off by the bureaucrats, and what’s left is sent back.

          Why don’t we just hang on the 100% ?

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      it's a funny old life innit? says:

      I think that’s maybe what the auditor of accounts was gonna get around to 17 years ago.

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    junkkmale says:

    Maybe is a ‘unique funding’ issue?

    There seems to be a lot of it about.

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    E Pluribus Beagle says:

    Interesting that Gove spends more time talking about Ed M than education in his Politiea speech – clearly rattled by One Nation Labour

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    • 14
      Trahison des Clercs says:

      Ed is the only ‘rattler’. His cage will fall to bbits soon.

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    • 17
      I Remember You Hoo says:

      One Nation Labour?

      I clearly recall thirteen years of Labour rule. It ended with the Balkanisation of Britain and record levels of debt. If that’s One Nation socialism, I’d hate to see Labour in divisive mode.

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      Gooey Blob says:

      Nobody who has been following politics for any length of time is rattled by One Notion Labour. Foot and Kinnock had much bigger mid-term leads than Miliband.

      Study the polls in detail and you’ll realise Labour are on course for their biggest defeat in many years.

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  7. 8
    The rest of the EU says:

    Nothing. Its not our money.

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  8. 10
    Piers Morgan says:

    Fiddling kids is like having your pubes shaved by Stevie Wonder.

    Sooner or later, you’re going to get nicked.

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  9. 11
    Doris says:

    Resistance is useless, operation Sea Lion is back on again.

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  10. 12
    Graham Watson's nemesis says:

    They’ve left us without a pot to piss in, so now they’re taking the piss as well.

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      Herman of the EU says:

      I haff checked, and ziss joke is not on ze list of EU approved humour. However, ve are not all monsters. I vonce laffed at one of your English Benny Hill shows.

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  11. 16
    A badger says:

    I’m fucking glad your David Cameron does U-turns

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  12. 18
    Rupert my Hero says:

    If ever there was justification for us being out of the EU, this propaganda should be a prime example. Those fools who argue we would have no voice outside, should consider we have very little by being inside ..consider what the are going to do to the City of London…. the EU sell us more than we sell them. we could just about manage without them but could the EU survive without us ?? Due to our cutting back, our pensions are managable…. Germany, Holland & France’s are not, huge future problems there then.
    With out Guido, we would never know because the Wuss would never tell the People.

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      Rupert my Hero says:

      That is of course if we get rid of the disaster called Scotland.. let the EU pay for them.

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      • 326
        Archer Karcher says:

        The EU does not have a cent of it’s own, if the jockanese got independence we would still have to pony up for Salmond’s socialist fantasies.

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      M says:

      So the BBC are saying the tax payer didn’t get the invoice for this one .
      Oh we’ll then let’s move on !

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      Where's Barry and Mr Jay? says:

      So the NOTW merely accesed a young girl’s voicemail while the BBC staff accesed young girls in the biblical sense on BBC property with and without the young girls’ (and boys) conscent.

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    Commissioner of the EUSSR says:

    Money well spent on us.

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    Anonymous says:

    If you click on the link you will see that the UK is specifically targeted in a most astonishing way.

    Every country has its EU cost set out including a specific entry for the UK rebate.

    No mention of the rebates Germany, the Netherlands and Sweden get. (Doesnt Austria get one too? Dunno) Just the UK rebate.

    They really are out to get us.

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    • 141
      Blowing Whistles says:

      And we can blame – the hordes of MP’s from all walks of life who for the past 40 years have ‘failed’ to notice whats been going on. Yes – they as a ‘collective’ have told little johnny that this pill is good for you – whilst of course they have each (2 generations of MP’s) been relied upon (because of their failure to understand the truth & reality of the EU nightmare) for their personal aquiescence and individual greed.

      Doesn’t it cut across the whole political spectrum that we are in such a position today?

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    ShurdyRover says:

    I’ll be glad when the 3rd World War starts…….at least it will give me something to do!

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    How's that then Denis? says:

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    Lizzie says:

    I’m looking forward for the app that shows how much the UK pays towards spending in the various countries in the EU …

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    not a machine reloaded says:

    I think they have just voted for increase in contributions over the next 8yrs (somthing like an additional £11bn for the UK) oh and decided to start to legislate for financial transaction tax earner , so no problems in eurobeurocracy land then ..

    I think I would rate both Paxmans and Boltons interviews with Lord Black about the most strange and edgy televisual meetings from different worlds ,I have seen , and used words I wasnt aware existed .Waiveing on the defeated trivialities of a few years in jail as an injustice , doesnt really explain how come he lost in court first time round .But an interesting defence to call everyone a incompetant fool or even jackass, whilst making plain your bored with all these mnions and sub intelligent questions .I note he did answer Adams question clearly about taking up his seat in the lords.

    The Entwhistle select commitie was notable in that he looked a bit lame and the Norman Smith and David Mellor exchange was most interesting . Steve Richards new word Hagiphilific but perhaps hit somthing in that the appearence did have somthing of some sort of vast management of kingdoms within the BBC whirring away ,but not really reacting properly and unable to do anyhting about its own problems in conflicting interest .Robot appeared to blow a fuse in how I saw various sides play out .

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  20. 36
    Its probably institutional says:

    My top three recipients of the British Honours system

    Fred Goodwin
    Jimmy Savile
    John Prescot

    Yep , it really inspires confidence in the establishment does it not ?

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  21. 38
    Thrasher Mitchell says:

    “I’m a big fan of Motorhead,” I said to my girlfriend.

    As I pulled the car to a stop and unzipped my fly.

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      ToonBert... says:

      Sorry Jimmy is not on this one….

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      • 42
        ToonBert... says:

        Hmmmm actually the fickle finger of fun is there if you look hard enough :)

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      • 149
        Anonymous says:

        I used to hate this fucking programme as a kid. I’ve been proved right. BTW, it was fun to see what passed for dancing in those days, LOL!

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      • 210
        Nogbad the Bad says:

        The music, the cars, the “deejays”, the clothes, the beer, the industrial relations, the politics, the television, the sport, the police…yes Britain in the 70′s was shite in every way (apart from the weather, or was that just 76).

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          A Tanktop says:

          It was the sick man of Europe. How easily we forget…

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          • Anonymous says:

            There was some great music in the 70′s.

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          • Nogbad the Bad says:

            To Anony, if you take out the imported stuff, which was mostly crap, you are left with the likes of Mouldy old dough, Ernie, the fastest milkman in the west, I’ve got a brand new combine harvester and Shang-a-fucking-lang. It wasn’t just shite on balance, it was overwhelmingly shite. The occasional gem just got buried under all the shite.

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          The summer on 76 says:

          On the other hand we all bought copies of ” Frampton comes alive” so all was not lost.

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          • At the tone it wil be 1970. Beep. says:

            … and wore bell bottomed trousers (eyes of navy blue, frigging in the rigging like his daddy used to do etc..!)

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  22. 43
    The US Declaration of Independence says:

    “He has refused his assent to laws the most wholesome and necessary for the public good;
    ——————-
    “He has erected a multitude of offices and sent hither swarms of officers to harass our people;
    ——————-
    “He has combined with others to subject us to a jurisdiction foreign to our Constitution and unacknowledged by our laws, giving his assent to their acts of pretended legislation;
    ——————-
    “For taking away our charters, abolishing our most valuable laws and altering fundamentally the forms of our government…”

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    • 53
      Raving Loon says:

      Times change, politics doesn’t though.

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    • 59
      Doris says:

      They have given us into the hand of new unhappy lords,
      Lords without anger or honour, who dare not carry their swords.
      They fight by shuffling papers; they have bright dead alien eyes;
      They look at our labour and laughter as a tired man looks at flies.
      And the load of their loveless pity is worse than the ancient wrongs,
      Their doors are shut in the evening; and they know no songs.

      We hear men speaking for us of new laws strong and sweet,
      Yet is there no man speaketh as we speak in the street.
      It may be we shall rise the last as Frenchmen rose the first,
      Our wrath come after Russia’s wrath and our wrath be the worst.
      It may be we are meant to mark with our riot and our rest
      God’s scorn for all men governing. It may be beer is best.
      But we are the people of England; and we have not spoken yet.
      Smile at us, pay us, pass us. But do not quite forget.

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  23. 46
    Moley says:

    A taste of things to come.

    The Tanks will come later.

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  24. 47
    Aunty Matter says:

    ITV just stuck the knife into the BBC.

    “If it had been left to the public service broadcaster, the public may never have known about Savile”

    Ouch!

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    • 67
      nellnewman says:

      +10

      the sinister biased leftwing beeb has never done anything worthwhile.

      tried to convince us that anthropogenic global warming was killing the world – found to be a lie

      tried to convince us that the EU was our only hope of salvation – found to be a lie

      tried to convince us that gordonbrown and his cohorts were economic geniuses – found to be a lie

      tried to convince us that jimmy savile was the most wonderful human being God ever created – found to be a lie

      and on and on …..

      We don’t need the lying beeb and we don’t need the troughing EU – get rid of both and we’ll save £billions

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      • 69
        Aunty Matter says:

        Makes you wonder what other stories vanish in the edit suite

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          UKIP.i.am says:

          The BBC propaganda unit is working overtime these days.

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          • Hot bunk says:

            Double bubble on a three shift system no doubt.

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          • A hard Pressed TV Tax Payer says:

            The whole rotten Beeb carcass needs to broken up & thrown out as totally

            unacceptable in 21st Century along with a lot of the so called

            management at all levels.

            Once the current DG resigns, as not able to effectively do the job

            then the Chairman of the BBC (dis)Trust should also resign as HE

            was responsible for the current DG’s appointment.

            All of this should happen sooner rather than later or it will be pushed

            into the long grass of hidden procrastination & cover up !!

            An Independent effective FULL TIME Chairman is a prerequisite for

            this, at present, over dominant Broadcasting entity. The current Beeb

            Chairman is only available at the most for 2 maybe 3 days a MONTH

            because of all his other involvements,(refer to the informative report

            Guido posted about 10 days ago on this matter) this is not acceptable

            plus his judgement is now called into serious question given the way

            this scandal has been dealt with by his appointee & others, there is

            no clear effective leadership.

            There is only a small window of opportunity for the Beeb to make this

            happen before its forced on them as people will not accept anything less

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        Haribo Halfwit says:

        Bravo, Nell.

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      Anonymous says:

      someone mentioned jonathan ross.
      He now works for ITV.

      In the culture of the past, perhaps ITV will not be found to clean.

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  25. 49
    Call me Dave says:

    Trust in the bbc.

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  26. 51
    Raving Loon says:

    Don’t worry, Dave has promised our In/In referendum.

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  27. 54
    To Be Fair says:

    To be fair, its entirely feasible that The DG of the Beeb didnt ask to many questions as to what aspect of Saviles conduct was being investigated as he already knew since it had been common knowledge around the place for decades.

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  28. 55
    The savant says:

    Yes. Perhaps. Germany does. Pay for all of the uk. Rebate as she is the only one with any wonga in the coffers .

    But. How. Much on the contra. Ledger does the uk. Indirectly. ( read surreptitiously). Contribute to flood damage and earthquake relief. , mafia subsidy for fictitious olive oil data, French CAP. , Brussels. Financial. Unaudited shenanigans et al. ???

    The. Ledger is. Somewhat in the. Uk s. DISfavour. I think we will. Find. …..

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    • 228
      Saffron says:

      The Savant
      I agree with what you say.
      When will a bunch of independent auditors really get to grips with actually what is the value of being in this EUSSR.
      It all seems to be smoke and mirrors at present,maybe we would be well advised to listen a lot more to the likes of Farage and Hannan.
      However I do think this if Wavy Davy does not get his act together sharpish it will spell the end of him and his party.

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  29. 56
    +++++Breaking News++++++ says:

    Scandal has erupted around the BBC as it has been revealed that “Aunty” is in fact a fat , balding, middle aged bloke with a beard !

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  30. 58
    Ian Trethowan says:

    George Entwistle is one of the good guys. You want to meet some of the bastards in that place.

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      Aunty Matter says:

      Like Helen Boaden, she looks a right nasty piece of work

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      Engineer says:

      Many of whom have been doing all they can to distance themselves from anything to do with Savile (or those indulging in similar peccadildoes).

      Methinks Plod will be busy for some time. An organisation as labyrinthine as Al Jabeeba, with it’s institutional culture of sweeping things under the carpet, could yield all sorts of serious wrongdoings if Plod dig deep enough.

      The reports commissioned by Al Jabeeba will not expose all of it, or even a tiny fraction. Senior executives have too much to lose if that were to happen.

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      • 123

        Their whole hierarchy is needlessly extensive, unresponsive and insulated from the world. There must be more Peter Principle employees there than in any other organisation on the face of the planet. More than half of them will have been over-promoted. If anyone is poor at their job they just get awarded a pay rise and shunted into a sinecure.

        Of course, when money is unlimited then that situation can easily develop. When it comes to real belt tightening, the service suffers whilst the payroll is protected.

        In such a false atmosphere, how can anyone develop a meaningful risk/reward appreciation?

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        • 130
          nellnewman says:

          +++Laugh+++ and there can’t be a more excellent example of the Peter Principle than entwistle can there?!!!

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          • Blowing Whistles says:

            Agree with SC’s nice brief summary and Nell beyond Twistle are the board of the BBC trust – the king pin being Lord Patten – said to be a “safe pair of hands” – now what kind of coding is that phrase? e.g. Yates of the Yard.

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          • soapy says:

            All safe pair of hands got sticky fingers.

            Ask any goalkeeper.

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  31. 60
    Now you're Talking says:

    IsraeliPM Netanyahu: Only way to fight #terrorists is to “hit them very, very hard” http://bit.ly/JPost929

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  32. 61
    nellnewman says:

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2221886/UK-spending-Europe-rise-11-5-BILLION-MEPs-inflation-busting-rise-EU-budget-years.html

    The UK is about pay the EU another £11.5billion for the worthless experience of being a member of this slowly collapsing community.

    Time to get out!!

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  33. 64
    Lord Scalded Bollock says:

    Regarding all this Savile business – I don’t think we’ve heard nearly enough about the corpse-shagging.

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      nellnewman says:

      It’s just too shocking for words. How did the beeb allow itself to employ this monster for decades and just let him get away with these horrible things.

      And don’t tell me they didn’t know about it. entwistle’s embarrassing squirming act before the MP’s culture committee this morning denying he knew anything, said anything, asked anything, did anything was so evidently untrue – the beeb tomorrow will be issuing a statement saying they can find no record of savile ever having worked for them .

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        Nogbad the Bad says:

        Put Entwistle, Boaden, Thompson, Rippon etc on Jeremy Kyle. Let them take the lie detector and then let Jeremy loose on them. It would be far more effective at getting to the truth than the establishment cover-up that we will be getting.

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          Louis Walsh says:

          I like it !

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          Sol Yushun says:

          Too soft..

          How about Dancing on Ice. First 2 to fall over get strung up outside White City, remaining two duel to death. Winner gets a life long cell in the aptly named “Strangeways”.

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    • 72
      BBC says:

      Nothing wrong with necrophilia, now to get on to our main topic for today; Are nick-names a form of bullying?.

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    • 73
      Despite Nicky Campbells best efforts says:

      We are just about to, its now in the Public Domain.

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  34. 71
    Nicky Griffin says:

    Nine men from Rochdale have been charged following an investigation into child sexual exploitation.

    The charges relate to offences committed separately against one teenage girl in the Rochdale area by different men between 2008 and 2009.

    More follows…

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    Anonymous says:

    Now let me see, we can either pay more money to the EU and let them nice intelligent cleverer than me peeps in Brussels decide who to give it to, supporting a failed institution that no one in this country has ever had a democratic vote on whether they want to be in it or ………………..not

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  36. 94
    Pat says:

    Well if there are people in the EU trying to lever us out- more power to them.

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  37. 95
    Anonymous says:

    3:15

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    • 106
      Diane Fatbutt says:

      WACISTS!

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        Labour voters are off their Ed says:

        Saw you sitting behind Mrs Bollox the other day, fiddling with your PINK ipod, and not taking any notice of what was said in the House.

        I also noticed the copious rolls of fat you call a midriff. Now let me think, which shadow ministry do you work for? Oh, that’s right, HEALTH! Gawd, you couldn’t make it up!

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    • 122
      Aunty Matter says:

      Does he work for Newsnight?

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    • 131
      The NYPD says:

      He, uhh, he, uhh, he stepped on the officer’s foot– you couldn’t see it from that camera angle– yeah, that’s what he did– sure, that’s the ticket!

      Well, anyway, that’s our story, and we’re going to stick to it, see?

      Now move along– nothing to see here…

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    • 203
      Keith Chegwin says:

      where were these big brave boys during the riots last year ?

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      There is too much of this in the world says:

      Bully.

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  38. 100
    Andrew Mitchell says:

    BONG BONG BONG BONG BONG BONG BONG BONG

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  39. 101
    Orville the Duck says:

    Keith Harris systematically fisted me for decades.

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  40. 107
    The savant says:

    Has any media in. Blighty.
    covered the story that if. Romney wins. The. Democrat electorate are. Threatening to. Riot. And. Kill. ??

    Oh…. And if. Obama. Wins the republicans are threatening to. Do the same. .

    Is nt democracy in the technological age. Wonderful ?

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    • 111
      i'll scweeam and scweeam says:

      It’s usually the left in this country who get violent and take to streets if they don’t get their own way.

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  41. 114
    Engineer says:

    Why are official channels attacking the UK?

    Because they can’t have the truth spoken. It might turn the plebs – oops, sorry; people – against the Great Scheme.

    Besides, the UK has committed heresy (in their eyes) by daring to suggest that the EU budget be frozen. How are they going to cream off all their expenses if that happens?

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  42. 119
    Aunty Matter says:

    Massive Tory U turn ignored by BBC!

    Badger cull canceled, so why isn’t BBC pushing the “another Tory climb down” then?

    Could it be because the BBC opposed the cull? Or perhaps because the BBC are in so much shit they need the government onside?

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  43. 121
    Anonymous says:

    Fair comment compared to the lies UK politicians tell about the EU.

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  44. 126
    Aunty Matter says:

    The Savile necrophilia thing was outed by Gambocini on Radio 5 this morning

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  45. 128
    Aunty Matter says:

    Just take a look back at the old Top of the pops to see the cameramen up skirting the 14 year old girls. In fact it makes you cringe as most of those kids seem to have been bussed in from care homes.

    Perhaps plod should start of with that lot?

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  46. 136
    nellnewman says:

    As someone said this morning on the News there are a lot of people working in beeb who are not sleeping too comfortably in their beds at the Mo.

    entwistle was clearly, from his dire performance at the MP’s cu ltu re com mittee, one of them. That Ma rkTho mp son chap, I’m inno cent as the driv en snow, is obviously another.

    The trouble is everyone at the beeb who says, I knew nothing, I saw nothing, I heard nothing looks as though they are ly ing!!

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  47. 140
    plan 9 from outer space says:

    Events that are unfolding now were predicted decades ago by a new age prophet. You just cannot make this shit up.

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  48. 145
    Operation Weeting says:

    Senior Mirror Group exec regularly paid a PI firm up to £125 a time for mobile phone numbers’ INDPENDENT http://tinyurl.com/9fsyh3c

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  49. 150
    MB. says:

    Perhaps the UK government should put up on the official UK government website

    “How much do you pay in taxes to pay for the EU?”

    “How much do you pay in taxes to pay for EU PR staff?”

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    • 158
      nellnewman says:

      Oh Yes Please I want to know that stuff!!

      But also – how much do our taxes go towards paying for neil & glynis kinnochio’s eu pensions and expenses and wages etc etc every year?

      how much do our taxes go towards paying for the worthless useless gordon stooge baroness ashton ( failed eu foreign minister – laughing stock of the world)

      how much do our taxes go towards paying mandy’s ongoing eu commissioners pension whilst he is troughing megatime now from eu links to russian oligarchy people

      how much do our taxes go towards paying ?….and on and on……

      Anybody know of any contributions we make to the EU that does us in the UK any good??? No? I thought not!!

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      ÁC1 says:

      Where are the audited signed off accounts?

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    І thіnk sоmеоnе shоuld lоck Μаry Rіddеll shоuld bе kеpt іnsіdе fоr hеr оwn sаfеty fоr thе nеxt 16 dаys lеst sоmеоnе mаkе а grіеvоus but undеrstаndаblе mіstаkе аnd hоіst hеr tо thе trаdіtіоnаl pоsіtіоn аt thе tоp оf а bоnfіrе.

    Thе BBC, wіth іts quаsі-fаmіlіаl rоlе іn Brіtіsh lіfе, dіd nоt аctіvеly cоlludе іn thе crіmеs оf Ѕіr Jіmmy Ѕаvіlе. Nоr, іn аll lіkеlіhооd, dіd іt еngіnееr а cоvеr-up оf hіs prеdаtоry pаеdоphіlіа.

    http://bit.ly/VAywS7

    Ѕhе аttеmpts tо hаng thе blаmе оn іmpеrsоnаl cоncеpts lіkе thе culturе оf nеglеct. Whаt tоsh! Іt wаs rеаl pеоplе whо wеrе tо blаmе, yоu аdvоcаtе оf thе оmеrtà whіch yоu prеtеnd tо dеcry.

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      saddo-watch says:

      You still read her bollocks?

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      nellnewman says:

      The beeb were absolutely central to savile’s offending. They knew it was happening and yet they kept giving him childrens programmes to host so that he had access to more and more children to abuse.

      The beeb and it’s corrupt uncaring leftwing culture are absolutely central to how jimmy savile managed to develop a p@edophile ring that is more evil and extensive than anything the UK has ever seen before!!!

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        Blowing Whistles says:

        Nell – don’t forget that the Beeb – have ‘worldwide n-e-t-w-o-r-k-s’ – and do I mean just in the broad_cast_sting field?

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        Tony Ben's will says:

        Did the NBC feel they had to cater for jimmy to stop him going to ITVp

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    • 179
      The Jury of Public Opinion says:

      lock her in the laughing stocks.

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    • 180
      Doris says:

      Lol, now the BBC bring in the sociologists to cover up the actions of the socio- paths.

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    • 181
      To Be Fair says:

      To be fair I think some at the BBC and beyond may in fact be attempting to cover up such predatory by more than just Jimmy Savile.

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        nellnewman says:

        Oh definitely. savile was part of a p a e dop hile ring – others outside of the beeb are saying.

        They are also saying that many of that ring are still alive and some are still employed by the beeb.

        I suspect if the police bring the ring down then the beeb will be mo rt ally dam age d.

        Good I really hope so!! Wo rth less , co rr u pt organi sation that le ach es off the taxpayer!!

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          nellnewman says:

          Oh and let’s not forget that the leftwing women hattyharpic especially were in there with him campaigning to legalise pa eo do ph il ia – she worked at it for years! then there was hewitt and margaret hodge who both supported her!!

          Evil evil women to so betray innocent children for loony leftwing politics!!!

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          Aunty Matter says:

          Problem will be if there is a link to other celebs and on to living politicians. I expect police to cover it up as usual.

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          • Transientephemera says:

            All the guilty characters want tracing and if alive be dealt with accordingly.But some of the most strident protestors(you know who you are).Your fanatical posts lead me to firmly believe that if there had been no Savile scandal your real object is to destroy the bbc completely.The bbc has got faults but it has got a lot more plus points. There is no reasoning with blind Ideology

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          • Engineer says:

            The BBC was quite happy to report the Catholic Church’s writhings over kiddy-fiddling with some relish. Let us hope that the BBC is completely open and honest about kiddy-fiddling in it’s own backyard. It hasn’t really got off to a good start, though.

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          • Anonymous says:

            You just don’t get it, the BBC is blind ideology.

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          Saffron says:

          Yes Nell you make a good point.
          Sa-Vile is the tip of the iceberg and considering that only a third of the iceberg is seen there is a lot more of this disgusting behaviour to be exposed.
          The Beeboids as the national broadcaster sponging of the backs of license payers are beyond the pale.
          Others are involved apart from them who I hope will be exposed and I don’t care who they are,if the cap fits then wear it.
          To me anyone who is exposed as exploiting CHILDREN is a sexual gratification way is not a member of the human race that I live in.

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          ToonBert... says:

          A ring.? That would certainly have excited Jimmy.

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          ToonBert... says:

          A ring.? That would certainly have excited Jimmy…..

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          Blowing Whistles says:

          With so much of this child abuse at the bbc – I dare say that it has further and even deeper dirty tenticles into the bbc world of ‘football’ …

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          I don't need no doctor says:

          License fee payer.

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      BBC says:

      Look, we understand a lot of people are upset. How about this, we’ll add a 5th episode of Eastenders every week to make up for all of Sir Jimmy’s crimes. Deal? We know what our thicky viewers like.

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        Anonymous says:

        The BBC exists to serve the public interest.

        this is stated in section 3.1 of its Royal Charter.

        The BBC has been found to do anything but serve the interest of the public.

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          Anonymous says:

          It has broken the terms of the Charter by allowing a predatory paedophile to procure and sexually abuse vulnerable boys and girls on BBC premises for many years,then lie and orchestrate a cover- up.

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          To Be Fair says:

          To be fair , in the final analysis Jimmy Savile was also a member of the public and they certainly served his interests.

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        • 317
          blub says:

          “The BBC exists to serve the public interest”

          We’re going to have power cuts in three years because the EU want three coal power stations closed early because of the “carbon” bollox. Meanwhile the BBC refuse to admit global warming stopped 16 years ago. Without the BBC coming clean – for the possibly short time left where the BBC is still the trusted arbiter of reality – “Dave” won’t have the balls to stop those power stations closing and if there’s blackouts in the big cities people are going to find out just how bad the gang culture the BBC have spent the last 40 years pretending doesn’t exist really is.

          (Very bad is the answer btw.)

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    CCHQ says:

    Have you seen that mitchell has a new job…… See piccy pic.twitter.com/uSUd770e

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    Mr Badger Brock says:

    So no cheap shaving brushes then. Bloody shame as I need to replace the only one I have left.

    Never have understood why people put up with foam in a can crap when a good badger hair shaving brush and soap provides the ultimate shaving experience.

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    A Question for Lord Prescot says:

    Any Police officer who has been caught shagging whilst on duty has been sacked and in many cases prsocuted for misconduct in public office, some have even received Jail sentences on conviction . Such conduct is viewed as “unbecoming of a Police Officer”. My question to Lord Prescot is this : why do you obviously believe such standards do not apply to Police Commissioners and is this what President Obama is talking about when he refers to those who wish to play by different rules ?

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      nellnewman says:

      The thought of the randy prezza as a Police Commissioner is laughable.

      The laughing policeman thingy we used to find on seaside piers for a penny is more intelligent that him.

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    • 195
      Doris says:

      Just got my voting card but Reginald Kray is not on the list of candidates, lovely man, always helped me with my shopping trolley.

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    • 245
      Blowing Whistles says:

      That this country is offering up someone of Prescotts standing (PCC elections) – and record – speaks more than enough of how absolutely descended to the bottom of the barrel – British Politics has sunk.

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      Do we really want a political Plod? says:

      Simon Weston considered not fit and proper to be a Plod commisar.

      John Prescott considered fit and proper to be a Plod commisar.

      Tells you all you need to know about Dave’s crackpot scheme.

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        Anonymous says:

        Why was Simon Weston considered unfit?

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          Te says:

          As a teenager, he was convicted for being a passenger in a stolen car.

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          • The Follies of youth. says:

            Simon Weston made a mistake as a youth and then went on to do more for more for this country’s youth and this country and suffered pain and evelasting scars in his service.

            As far as I am concerned then once a person has paid his debt to society then he deserves a second chance. bloody hell this man put his lfe on the line for his country and his country is now saying that he is not a fit and proper person to serve.

            Prescott cheated on his wife, cheated on his country and ate off the fat of the Land.

            IT STINKS.

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          • Another side to the parliamentary expenses scandal says:

            Prescot also got his hole on the tax payer.

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    Anonymous says:

    Jimmy’s been quiet lately, I wonder why.

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    Anonymous says:

    Thick mod C*nts do not recognise irony when it’s is staring them in the face.

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    The Evil Poor says:

    Former blogger Nightjack called them the Evil Poor. They’ve always existed but never more so than now. I’d be accused of fascism for advocating this but this sort of underclass sewage should be eliminated from society. They’re congenitally evil and live entirely off the state for generations.

    A woman has been jailed for six and a half years for scarring an epilepsy sufferer with a hot iron in a “nasty example of bullying and humiliation”. Sharon Lyndsay, 31, stubbed out a lit cigarette on the eyes and face of her victim, and pulled down his trousers and boxer shorts and then systematically burnt the top of his thighs and groin with a hot iron while he “screamed for mercy”. She claimed Philip Sheehy made unwanted sexual advances to her on a night out in Blackpool but Preston Crown Court heard she happily invited him back to a house where the assault took place.

    Mr Sheehy, 41, had visited the Lancashire resort from his home in Rochdale to stay with friends. He met Lyndsay while out drinking and they later went to the home of co-defendant Adam Marsden.

    In an unprovoked attack Marsden, 27, began the violence when he punched Mr Sheehy in the head and then climbed on top of him to ram a pen in his ear. Lyndsay then took over before she stole £180 from the victim’s pockets at the address in Reads Avenue on 15 May.

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    BBC Pedo Ring says:

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      Sell off the BBC says:

      That’s exactly what George Entwistle and Mark Thompson said when asked what they knew about Savile’s crimes.

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  58. 236
    I don't need no doctor says:

    Maybe the license fee payers should stop payment. The BBC needs to be broken up!

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  59. 241
    UKIP.i.am says:

    I see stock markets around the world are tanking after the polls showing Obama is leading.

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  60. 248
    Anologue Rocks says:

    Ceefax is exterminated tonight. 49 lines lost forever.

    Until someone realises that anologue is a superior medium to digital that is.

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    • 257
      Aunty Matter says:

      Just as old light bulbs were better than the low energy shit we have now.

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        The EU is an arse says:

        I changed most of the bulbs over to the mercury polluting so called energy saving shite a couple of years ago when the postie was delivering freebies just about eery week.

        But I was too lazy to get out the step ladder and replace them in the barn. Ever since it has never failed to astound me as I flick on the switch by the barn door at the instantaneous light within, what’s more the quality light is so good that there is no need to wear reading glasses when doing lathe work.

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      albacore says:

      But at least it can save you the licence fee
      All you need to do is tell the BBC
      That reception is so very piss poor
      You don’t watch or record it any more

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    CBB says:

    Guido. who is paying for this, not the British Tax Payer I hope.

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-20048209

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  62. 256
    Aunty Matter says:

    Really funny watching the BBC go orbital over Savile, they should put it on live in cinemas in 3D, it’s fucking hilarious watching these lefty mongs sweat.

    Let’s hope there is one met plod who is honest at least.

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  63. 258
    Aunty Matter says:

    Oh fuck Batman woman is on Newsnight, she really is bonkers

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  64. 265
    BBC Pedo Ring says:

    BBC Newsnight covering fucking badgers!

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    Axe the TV tax says:

    Yet the BBC is allowed to investigate itself and the silence of the left is deafening!

    Would James Murdoch have been allowed to “step aside” whilst the investigation into NI was ongoing – the left, the BBC and Guardian wanted blood and got it. Hacking of “celebs” phones pales next to what went on at the BBC. But never mind, the lefts mantra is that these Caucasian girls were asking for it, a product of bad families and made lifestyle choices to be abused – the excuses they ran about mass rape and abuse in Rochdale.

    The left wanted News International gone, not “fit and proper” – they got rid of one newspaper and remain committed to getting the rest broken up, but the BBC’s “fit and proper” status must never be questioned. And here we are, forced by law to pay a licence fee to an organisation that allows political bias, serial tax avoidance, and covers up child abuse!

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    Dave you are a SHIT says:

    Sorry mongs but I’m bloody annoyed now.

    Simon Weston is not cosidered to be a fit and proper person by his country to be a Police commissioner yet Prescott is.

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-politics-18512605

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    Lizzie says:

    And if we didn’t have the rebate we’d be paying 30% more NET per head than even the Germans … and even with the rebate we already pay MORE NET per head than France! So the EU can get stuffed if they want to end the ‘rebate’.

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  70. 306
    Question For Ben Fellows says:

    Why do you have no problem in “naming” a prominent Politician but not anyone in the entertainment business ? Do you have an agenda ?

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      blub says:

      Ken Clarke is a…….

      ….it’s gross…..

      ….brace yourself….

      …europhile.

      yeah i know, disgusting innit.

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  71. 307
    Really important response to the previous post says:

    ……and thats why everything is the way it is.

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  72. 308
    Same old same old says:

    Watching Keith Lemon on tv and I have to say his show consists of groping and sexually humiliating female guests in a way which would make a 1970s commedian blush yet he is held in high esteem by pretentious pricks. Even the humilated daft cow women throw themselves in front of him.
    Of course in 20 years time, just like Savile, we will all be throwing our hands up in horror and exclaiming how it could have been so bad yet nobody notice !

    Ps He’s from Leeds as well is he not ?

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  73. 309
    Anonymous says:

    The EU stinks of corruption and these unelected troughing Hunts have the nerve to slag us off. Fuck off now you oinkers.

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    not a machine reloaded says:

    I admitt it I was a bit of grump when it came to new James Bond series , I didnt see Casino Royal or Quantum of Solace until they came on TV , now I probebly rate Casino Royal as one of the best bond films ever , in part because Le Chief was such a good characture as was Vespa . So want to see this one at the pics this time .
    Whilst tablets or mini ones are the sold must have , I caught a bit of the new large screen TVs , which have now got even bigger with even more definition and colour improvements , although 3d seems to be losing out , to these bigger TVs .

    The USA elections , clearly are not like any other countries , there is the scale but their style of debate baffles me , I cannot make any sense of Obamas finance plans , i just dont get why he is storing up such future burdens and yet making out it isnt a problem . He may well have saved GM with goverment money (or rather GM saved it self with a line of good models to sell), but has blown money on other buisness investments that should have had private investment or none at all so bad were there business plans .

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    A controversial plan drawn up in Brussels to force all publicly traded companies to have 40 per cent of women on their boards has been scrapped after lawyers ruled that mandatory gender caps were illegal under the bloc’s treaties.

    Oh dear! How do these overpaid nonentities manage to get something that is so wrong so much worse still?

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  76. 313
    not a machine reloaded says:

    Cant we buy a large country up and ship all the lefties out to it to create Eutopia for them selves , I am skint with it never working …

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      not you again says:

      interesting point
      I actually thought that this government were already on a plan of ethnic cleansing which is cheaper than shipping people out.
      with a bit of luck this plan may involve you!!

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  77. 346
    Disco Biscuit says:

    It’s a fucking REBATE, they haven’t paid a penny towards it.

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  78. 354
    Leave the EU says:

    The EU?
    Just tell them to fuck off !
    Jesus !
    How difficult is that?
    Right ,I’ll do it then.
    FUCK OFF !

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  79. 356
    Kay Burleyhuman says:

    you lot are such utter twats

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