November 5th, 2012

Osborne Haunts Our Dreams

Up and down the country millions of people are waking up in a cold sweat in the middle of the night, petrified by the spectre that has haunted them throughout the early hours. And who is this terrifying figure? A poll for the Mail says that the celebrity most likely to appear in our nightmares is none other than George Osborne. Ouch.

The Chancellor, rather harshly, comes one place ahead of Gordon Brown, a man who no doubt still keeps those who worked with him in those dark days of 2010 up at night. The likes of Katie Price, Anne Robinson and Marilyn Manson also make the list, with shadow chancellor Ed Balls coming in at number ten. No Maggie era Tories strangely…


  1. 1
    Liberal demicock says:

    Bet there are a few young girls in pompey who have nightmares of Hancock

  2. 2
    Kebab Time says:

    Did George take his coke anally like rod Stewart?

    If so, i can understand the poll.

  3. 3
    Selohesra says:

    I wonder who appears in McShanes nightmares

  4. 4
    Selohesra says:

    Is that one of your typos 8illy and you mean once a year?

  5. 5
    Rent Boy says:

    Too right! He puts the willies up me every night.

  6. 6
    Lord Alpine is a pervert says:

    No Maggie era Tories strangely…

    That would be because the poll was taken by the Mail. Its readers aren’t exactly known for giving a toss about the p*edophilic deeds of past Tory ministers.

  7. 7
    Gideon says:


  8. 8
    Jimmy says:

    “No Maggie era Tories strangely…”

    Not really. I believe that no one ever wakes from that dream.

  9. 9
    The Willy at The Hague says:

    Tight white T-shirts. Tight white interns. Lovely under the cover(up)s.

  10. 10
    Michael Portaloo says:

    You have my word that George is a confirmed heterosexual and has never been within 100 miles of a kiddies care home.

  11. 11
    Lord Alpine is a pervert says:

    I also bet the boys who were buggered by Lord Alpine and Leo Brittanica had nightmares after those Sunday night r*pe sessions in a Wrexham hotel. That is, those who didn’t mysteriously “vanish”.

  12. 12
    Big Beast Ken says:

    What a dreadful slur on a ‘pillar of the establishment’!

  13. 13
    Anonymous says:

    I honestly think that people who compile and answer polls must be in a parallel universe to the rest of us !

  14. 14
    Anonymous says:

    Oooh Missis !

  15. 15
    Lefty hypocrite says:

    Or for the 16 labour ( councillor) peodo’s just sent to jail, with another 15 still on trial.

  16. 16
    Living in 98 percent white Merseyside says:

    Maggie haunts our NIGHTMARES!

  17. 17
    Lord Mandelson says:

    Now, now, let’s not be partisan, we’re all in this ‘over 16”s arse together.

  18. 18
    Lord Alpine is a pervert says:

    ALL p*edos should be punished, regardless of political affiliation. But I don’t see any indignation over a certain grandee who raised millions of pounds for the Tory party. I suppose he can be excused his hobby of r*ping boys from care homes? After all, they’re just care home kids. Who’ll miss them? Just bits of meat for your grandee pal and his child r*ping pals to use and abuse in a Wrexham hotel on Sunday nights for two decades, protected by the police and government top brass throughout.

  19. 19
    Anonymous says:

    I dont understand why the man now making these accusations didnt complain when the report came out 12 years ago, i know it must be difficult, but he has been on TV saying these things now quite a lot, so he doesnt seem averse to publicity.

  20. 20
    Stella loses it says:

  21. 21
    Lord Alpine is a pervert says:

    Except he DID complain 12 years ago. And back in the 70s when the crimes originally took place. On both occasions, the police did sweet FA.

  22. 22
    Anonymous says:

    Have you got evidence or are you just jumping on the bandwagon.

  23. 23
    None of the above says:

    Why is she named after a pint of wife beater?

  24. 24
    Anonymous says:

    yeah fuck you anon, pedo apologist.

  25. 25
    Stella has had a few Stella`s says:

  26. 26
    Anonymous says:

    I mean when the report was published, after the enquiry 12 years ago. If he gave evidence and it wasnt published he should have made his experiences known to the police etc. Who knows how many more kids were harmed in the 12 years since ?

  27. 27
    Anonymous says:

    From which lofty heights can our host be diminished?

  28. 28
    None of the above says:

    Nor the MSM to be fair

  29. 29
    Anonymous says:

    Yes, but to be honest you love having something to whinge about, so nobody is really interested.

  30. 30
    Anonymous says:

    If crimes have been committed and reported to the police, they can be properly investigated with witnesses interviewed and forensic evidence taken.
    How the hell can a decent investigation take place now?

  31. 31
    The Watcher says:

    I’m in creases of laughter watching it unfold on twitter LEL. Good job. She has lost the plot.

  32. 32
    Lord Alpine is a pervert says:

    By that token, where’s your evidence on Janner and Kaufman?

    Instead of making this tribal, we should be pursuing all perverts, not just the ones on the other side of the political fence. It’s morally reprehensible to give a pass to p*edophiles just because they raised money for the party and was a close friend of Thatcher.

  33. 33
    Take That says:

  34. 34
    Anonymous says:

    He is not normal. Don’t know whether he was abused as well.

  35. 35
    None of the above says:

    What’s the matter Horn?

  36. 36
    Lord Alpine is a pervert says:

    Thanks to the “honourable and trustworthy” Tony Blair, the identities of a gallery of high ranking p*edophiles discovered in Operation Ore have been protected under a 100 year blackout order that he made. That’s our Tony, looking after his perverted pals. You see, it doesn’t matter what party it is, the establishment looks after itself. In 100 years, when all concerned are dead, the file will be released and future generations will find out the names of the nonces that successive prime ministers protected.

    Think we live in a democracy? Pull the other one.

  37. 37
    Anonymous says:

    I hadn’t even heard of this claim until Crazy drew attention to it…

  38. 38
    Mike Portaloo says:

  39. 39
    Anonymous says:

    It cant, with all due respect to those who were abused surely there is no way of proving these cases after this length of time.

  40. 40
    Maggies Pearl Necklace says:

    who addresses anyone with “Yo”,…………….how common!!

    i’m off to polish me pearls.

  41. 41
    None of the above says:

    Didn’t you think Boyz II men was a delivery service rather than a boy band?

  42. 42
    Diane Fatbott says:

    Wacist !

  43. 43
    Anonymous says:

    So it was Blair that made the blackout order?

  44. 44
    His Honour Judge Cocklecarrot says:

    Case dismissed.

  45. 45
    MacShame says:

    I don’t think I did anything wrong in submitting dodgy invoices. I was only trying to get a living wage.

  46. 46
    answer the question says:

    But did she pay interns in 2009?

  47. 47
    BBC says:

    Far be it from us to interfere in harmless banter, but for the sake of clarity that year did not exist.

  48. 48
    B£iar says:

    I look after those that look after me – now grovel.

  49. 49
    Anonymous says:

    You seem a bit too interested in George, its a bit icky.

  50. 50
    Jacko says:

    Hee hee!

  51. 51
    smoggie says:

    His future cellmate, Bubba.

  52. 52
    Anonymous says:

    I think somebody else has been on the coke !

  53. 53
    Wiki-Guido says:

  54. 54
    Ex Ah! Monika says:

    A new study has found that the Empire’s global reach has been underestimated with just 22 of almost 200 countries never experiencing a British invasion.

    Dave to launch 178 apologies tomorrow.

  55. 55
  56. 56
    Sir WW says:

    I can’t recall ever dreaming of a politician, not even Yulia Timoshenko. Even the strangest pols have a quality of dullness about them, something like a half-cooled canteen meal or a 1980s brick office building, that makes them ahypnogogic.

  57. 57
    smoggie says:

    No doubt you wet the bed frequently.

  58. 58
    Anonymous says:

    if obama wins then rupert murdoch loses.

  59. 59
    Kebab,The Lefty Tosser says:

    Average fraud per benefit claimant? £59. Average MPs expense overclaim? £1858

  60. 60
    Phil says:

    On topic what really frighten’s the shite out of me is the thought of waking up in 2015 with Balls in the Treasury, Brussels asking for more money and Milliband bent over, shouting how muth do you wanth?

  61. 61
    Clifford Nonce Protection Services Inc. says:

    that you Max?

  62. 62
    Lord Justice Kebab QC says:

    Mucky Judges – Thos Boyd Whyte
    Judge J, who now lives in a £5,000,000 apartment in North … Judge David Selwood – Cached

  63. 63
    Michael Jackson sent to prison says:

    A West Midlands man has been jailed indefinitely for public protection after admitting kidnapping a boy and a girl, aged 10 and 11.

    Michael Jackson, who abducted, tied up and sexually assaulted the boy, was arrested last November after the child was found at his flat in Oldbury. Wolverhampton Crown Court heard Jackson, 50, abducted the girl in the West Midlands in September 2011. Judge Martin Walsh said the case was “every parent’s nightmare”. He ordered Jackson to serve at least seven years before being eligible to apply for parole.

    Jackson, who was originally called Albert English, was convicted of two indecent assaults in the early 1980s and jailed for 30 months. His defence lawyer John Attwood said Jackson, who was unemployed and receiving disability benefits, had been receiving treatment under the Mental Health Act.

    Judge Walsh stressed that it was likely to be “very many years, if ever” before he was judged safe to be freed from prison.

  64. 64
    Steve Miliband says:

    Arry Coal must have a lot more time on his hands now he’s been booted off Young Apprentice

  65. 65
    Kebab,The Lefty Tosser says:

    Today is the halfway point of this Parliament. See what David Cameron forgot to say before the election at

  66. 66
    Happy memories says:

    Thanks for reminding me. Yet again I will fondly remember that fuckwit Brown leaving Downing Street.

  67. 67
    AveubenBorisised? says:

    Ed Balls coming in at No10 ??
    Over his dead body.

  68. 68
    tube_thumper says:

    did anyone see that little slag yvette cooper lying out her K-unt on the Andrew Marr on sunday. Fucking horrible little slag. Bigs ears just let her get away with it.

    Misleading, not unbiased. The BBC is a busted flush

  69. 69
    Anonymous says:

    All paedos should be castrated.

  70. 70
    W.W. says:

    The thought of going spending more than 10 seconds in the company of a scouser gives me nightmares.

    Why are scousers like puppies at Christmas?
    They are both fun for a while, then you want to tie them up in a sack and throw them in a canal.


  71. 71
    Quiet Bat Person says:

    happy birthday guido!

  72. 72
    Sir WW says:

    ‘Michael Jackson’, formerly Albert English? Bloody Asians!

  73. 73
    bxlls says:

    Landslide ,in political terms mus mean a shift away from the present state of things. you certainly mean a large majority.

  74. 74
    Ehtch says:

    Georgie Porgy puddin’ an’ pie doesn’t scare me at all, not one ounce.

    The most frightening aspect of this blog thread that he does some!?! Bizarre.

    I must have tough left wing skin, but I did meet such in my experiences in the armed forces, so I have met what is underneath. Not much.

    So a song for all not to be frightened of Georgie, because he is a complete and utter pathetic shithouse – can spot them light years away, know my tories from fighting tories, as per,

  75. 75
    Ehtch says:

    Was sick to death of grabbing Georgie Porgie types in the armed forces, them panting when they di not put in the personal before, carrying their weapon and their tory flat arse over the line, and they gobbed off later how well they did.

    Charge of the Light Brigade, MY ARSE! wot a high class Crimea shower of tory gobshite. Waste of good ‘orses SARR!

    hang fire hang fire lad,

  76. 76
    Anonymous says:

    Valid point, New Labour never did want to be outdone, no wonder Cameron’s a fan.

    Lucky that Gideon is still steering the ship by lurching the wheel as far to the right as possible.

    What can possibly go wrong, apart from the Cons will never, ever be in power ever again?

  77. 77
    Anonymous says:

    Yes, Bliar’s blackout was a national security interest, all his promises to Bush made in our soldier’s blood would’ve been voided if that scandal came out then.

    Can’t be having that, now, can we?

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