November 17th, 2012

Saturday Seven Up

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You’re either in front of Guido, or behind…


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  1. 1
    RageAgainstthePolitcalElite says:

    Why dont we have a rap star like ICE CUBE.. His latest SONG Sums it up.
    Ours would have a lot more about the Nonces hiding at the BBC or in Government, Institutions living a lie and passing those lies on

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      A BBC nonce says:

      Darrrhhhling! – us hide? – isn’t it obvious who we are? Come and see my bathroom and toilet if you’re not sure – then – come again with the sheer velvety softness of a well-prepped anal sphincter!

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        Tom Watson MP says:

        I will be making another statement in the House shortly

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          Anonymous says:

          A 72-year-old woman who claimed to be a nun sent white powder to deputy prime minister Nick Clegg, together with menacing messages accusing him of “devil worshipping” and being a “freemason”. Ruth Augustus, who was spared jail after being convicted of hoaxes yesterday, also sent menacing packages to Baroness Scotland and Tory MP Edward Leigh.

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          • Pope Reginald says:

            I can undertsand Nick Clegg and “Dame” Baroness Scotland, but I am not sure why a nun would look upon Mr Edward with such strong disfavour.

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          • XXX says:

            Can’t you figure that out, they are politicos, politicos are less trusted than bankers (currently the next least trusted)

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          • Pope Reginald says:

            But there are so many others who could also have received her attentions. Why him?

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          • Anonymous says:

            Pensioner guilty of Clegg anthrax hoax.

            should pensioners be taking it easy at their time of life. some are clearly still driven, and good for them.

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          • Jug of Roses says:

            Mr Leigh seems like a reasonable chap

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          • Anonymous says:

            Mr Leigh. What a good speech.

            Definitely the conclusion at time 10.00 onwards.

            10.45 is a good definition of free speech.

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          • Mr Nobody says:

            BBC employees are rapidly ascending the list of the least-trusted. Slightly more trusted than car salesmen, less trusted than estate agents.

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          Jimmy Savile says:

          An excellent Children In Need last night, guys and gals!

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          • Anonymous says:

            vomit inducing.

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          • The man in the BBC's Pudsey Bear outfit says:

            Children, I’m a poorly bear, but if you stroke my furry legs you’ll feel my strength return.

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          • Lord Patten says:

            We gave £100,000,000 to LordSirGod Wogan and we banked the rest of the moola in our own account.

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          • Sir Terry Wogan says:

            Jimmy, my old friend, indeed it was. They paid me £1,000,000 and banked the rest themselves. The brats got fuck all.

            You know that I am only interested in the money but I know you are extremly interested in children.

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          • Scoooge says:

            …. and who exactly are these ‘children in need’ – and in need of what? This is a charity appeal which has lost its way.

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  2. 2
    A Doctor writing says:

    Madge! You still haven’t booked into my Clinic for twice-daily ECT! Spaces are strictly first come first served – and Lard Prezza is desperate to get in – so if you want to get on with your Prison Sentence contact me quickly!

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    White Van Man says:

    I had a dream — Dave resigned to spend more time with Louise — alas woke up to find the prat is still ru(i)nning the country.

    Is there any way of get rid of all the corrupt thieving incompetent LibConLab politicians without having to go through a PC national bankruptcy?

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      Anonymous says:

      Is there any way of get rid of all the corrupt thieving incompetent LibConLab politicians .
      no. but murdoch may release the contents of operation ore.
      if the fight for BBC’s assets is not vicious, then it is hard ro imagine what is.

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      Living in 99% white North Wales) (does not include sheep) says:

      What is clear from this week’s vote is that Independent candidates are no longer ‘no hopers’

      The curse of ‘party politics’ is staring us in the face – we now have the chance to do something about it.

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        Anonymous says:

        encourage and support in-dependence.
        and why not,

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          Fluffy the Destroyer says:

          I would never, ever vote Lib/Lab/Con ever again. Independents will always get my vote, no matter how poor they seem for the job.

          As the saying goes, don’t vote for politicians or the government will get into power.

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          • Anonymous says:

            as we can see the shattering of the establishment, we will see a new one.
            better.
            a new generation commeth. corruption will still rule. but ppl will challenge it.
            call it our teen.age ears..we can see more now, we can hear more now, beyond words.
            however we are seeing the end of paedophilia…what with intense scrutiny. at the very least organised stuff.

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          • Expat Geordie says:

            Yes but the Independent we got in Dorset is a bent ex-copper, whose masterplan is to import more addicts, and hence more crime, for the benefit of his major financial backer. I voted for the Tory, but if the choice had been between the independent and the Labour candidate I’d have voted for her (with fingers crossed behind my back but it would still count), because even she couldn’t have been worse than him.

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          • Blowing Whistles says:

            I have been alerted to what Expat G has said about Dorset’s new PCC. But have been asked to point out that Expat needs to be very careful in his choice of words implying outright that The New PCC’s masterplan is to “… import more addicts … for the benefit of his major financial backer.”

            What with Conor Burns’ quotations about the PCC elections [See Todays Telegraph] – there appears to be a darker storm brewing down in Dorset about who told whom what and when; and who did not inform who of matters of interest to the public which ought to have been brought to the proper authority?

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          • Anonymous says:

            go south and it get’s wierd.
            probably something in the water.
            naval water.

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          • RageAgainstthePolitcalElite says:

            The Parties are dependent on the State for financial support.. So they are bound to do the States Bidding.. .. The State is Now to Big, lost control of itself, corrupted and the Party Political machine supports it.
            That is the reason that we are all completely and totally Fu-ked. Economic collapse.. As the spiralling Cost of the failing War on Drugs,, The failing War in Afghanistan and paying the Vested interests to keep the whole Ponzi scheme going.. No Pension.. No Health Service.. No Energy.. Higher Taxes Higher Debt.. Good Job the State Knows what it is doing?

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      Lady Virginia Droit de Seigneur says:

      Vichy Dave is like shit on a blanket.

      And you just know if we get rid of him Ed Militwat will take his place.

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  4. 7
    Adolf Hilter says:

    I must say how sad I was to hear my old chum Lord Lardarse of Prescott failed in hs bid to become gaulieter of Hull.

    Must be such a disappointment to him and his charming wife Pauline.

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      With Respect,Sir! says:

      I think the word you are searching for is “Fragrant” – as in wife! – I don’t know how that translates into German.

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      Roscoe (Rapture) Rules says:

      Dear Adolf,
      I’m afraid I do not share your feelings of sadness concerning Prescotts failure to be elected as Humberside’s Sheath of Police.
      If he had won,those of us who live in this area would have had to endure seeing that fat c*nt on our regions tv every other night.

      Since learning of the election result I’ve found god and started to read the bible.
      Slightly disappointed that the good news the bible promises is not half as good as the news about Prescott not being elected.

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        Adolf Hilter says:

        Dear Roscoe

        John does have a habit of upsetting people, I know. I put this down to his feeble mind and various chips on his shoulder.

        I will continue to offer support – but my next door neigghbour Alfred Spear says “F*ck Prescott”.

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      Blowing Whistles says:

      Prescott is just the rotting remains of an old seaman.

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  5. 8
    Lou Scannon says:

    Is there any intelligent life at all in Westminster ?

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/newsbysector/retailandconsumer/9684257/Green-Deal-in-tatters-as-no-one-registers.html

    Do those behind this scheme seriously think that anyone in their right mind is going to take out a loan because the government wants them to ?
    They’re talking about higher bills for 25 years to pay it off when energy bills are already absurdly high and in the process of going up yet again.
    Just suppose everyone did manage to make their homes use less energy – the energy companies aren’t charities, they’re businesses which have share-holders who expect profits, so that means prices would just go up even more to maintain those profits.
    Besides, 25 years ? Not many people stay put in a house that long; their circumstances change, they move to different jobs, they move around. How can there be any long-term benefit to a home-owner getting involved in this scheme ?

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    • 12
      A politician says:

      You think too deeply. I have done my job and made the headline. I don’t know or care about the detail. I just need votes to keep me in office and this band wagon fits the bill.

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        Handycock (Teen Fondler) says:

        Hear hear! Boaz.

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        Anonymous says:

        the body is as important as the head.
        although in this case…
        …global looting by the elite is rampant. hard to imagine that odd Gaddafi was a billionaire. but then as ex BBC DG said, there is such a thing as poverty of imagination.

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  6. 11
    IDF says:

    Where does #Hamas put its missiles? pic.twitter.com/oyaNjDT3

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  7. 13
    Mr Netanyahu says:

    Video: A Hamas official is taking pride in using Palestinian civilians as human shields: http://youtu.be/g0wJXf2nt4Y

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      Blowing Whistles says:

      Hey Yahoo What’s all this I have been reading about “The Stern Gang”?

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    • 455
      Blowing Whistles says:

      Avraham Stern (1907-42) – was the leader of the Stern Gang – he’s got some history that some people ought to know about and should know about.

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  8. 14
    restore the monasteries says:

    for once,democracy came up with the right results,very enjoyable,however,he who sings on friday,weeps on sunday.!But,lets hope thats not so.Enjoy!

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    • 16
      Lord Lardarse of Prescott says:

      I was gutted. And that takes sum doin’.

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    • 289
      Anonymous says:

      monastries are places for those who wish to be powerless and helpless. those who wish to remain in that state.
      nothing in there which engages with life. It is time to engage with life not dis.engage from it.

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    • 26
      The times they are a changing says:

      The problem is he failed on the PCC scam, but is still pulling expenses in when he pops into the HOL for a kip.

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        Yes but chickenfeed to the hundreds of millions he wasted on bad decisions whilst in government.

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          Anonymous says:

          How many of these politicians wives make the real decisions ffs? Slotgob, Sarah B, SamCam, Pauline, Sally BigGob? Little wonder the country is fucked.

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          • Anonymous says:

            good point. men abuse, mothers enable.
            men want the thrill. the female of the species is heart.art.less.

            everyone is looking for a re.lease
            d.notice increases the lease by 100years.
            what a joke. the bigger joke is why we feel trapped,

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      • 45
        Anonymous says:

        can a lord give up his seat in the house.
        is it not for life?
        odd that the title continues but not the responsibility.

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        • 63
          Tony Benn (for it is he) says:

          Yesh. I gave my my sheat in 1963, as did my old chums Alec Douglas Home and Quentin Hoggggggg.

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          • Anonymous says:

            thankyou, Lord MacAlpine appears to be the same,

            it appears then that his Lordship is a title given with no interest in the legislature in mind. Everyone has to work for their privileges so why not Lords.

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    Lord Scalded Bollock says:

    Much mirth at Scalded Bollock Mansions when my valet Clegg brought breakie. ‘You’re toast sir’, he said. ‘No! You are! You seen your results?’ I said.

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    • 154
      Arthur Foxache says:

      Its *your, you illiterate b’asturd..fgs lern to write the qweens english..

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        Blowing Whistles says:

        Hey Foxy – “the qweens english” – is she – and there I was reading all about the Saxe-Coburg-Gothas … ah well?

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    Mad Frankie Maude says:

    Well done if you voted Labour, you do know its full of p*edophiles http://labour25.com

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    Living in 99% white North Wales) (does not include sheep) says:

    15% voting turnout in a union vote = illegitimate
    15% voting turnout in a PCC vote = legitimate, Cameron argues

    Funny old world isn’t it?

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      Lord Godzilla says:

      Unfortunately I’m finding it very hard to laugh.

      Anyway congratulations on your move.

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        Horny handed son of toil says:

        and what %age og union members vote for the secretary general? More than 15%?

        Difference is Mr 99%, in one case it is a vote for a post in the other case it is a vote to disrupt the lives of millions of people. Hence a higher threshold should be expected.

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      The times they are a changing says:

      Not really, it’s definition changes when it suits the ones in power, if the other loonies get in with the same percentage then it will be as usual the world backs us in what we do, no change just explaining by different lies.

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    • 67
      XXX says:

      Quite easily explained by a little story. It was passing out day at Police Academy and all the friends and parents were invited to watch the passing out parade, the recruits had spent a lot of time bulling up their boots all nice and shiney, they had been practicing for weeks to march in step and follow shouted orders. Young David was one of recruits, he so looking forward to making a good impression so his friends would be proud of him. The time had come for the march past, all the recruits were all lined up, spaced apart, then the order came, “By the left, quick march!” unfortunately David went by the right, the crowd started laughing, David seemed out of step and comical. A voice piped up above the clamour, it was Gideon’s, Daves best friend, “Dave is the only one in step, all the others are out of step, keep going right Dave”

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      UKIP.i.am.still says:

      Or the other way round.
      15% in police elections (and a Labour bye-election victory) = illegitimate (although 15% is a big improvement on 0%).

      15% in strike voting is legitimate, scum union leaders argue.

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    Living in 99% white North Wales) (does not include sheep) says:

    Well done to the BBC for beating last year’s total for Children In Need.

    Hardly a mandate for closing the BBC down.

    Beat that with your Big Society guff, Mr Cameron

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      God says:

      Guilt.

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        The times they are a changing says:

        It’s blatant advertising by the BBC for big business, the charities, the biggest business on the depleted High St.

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        • 182
          Anonymous says:

          charity is a diversion from the rot.
          charity simply means that they do not pay their taxes.

          to think that a charity does anything charitable needs careful study.

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          • Anonymous says:

            charity is like royalty neither pay taxes. everyone’s favourite, john lewis is complaining. not all privilege can continue.
            can it?

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      The Land of the Politically Correct and Mendacious says:

      You have to differentiate between the institution and the charitable cause….just because people support Children-in-Need does not necessarily mean they support the vehicle of raising the money…the BBC
      As to closing down the BBC…I have not heard either Cameron or even the Tory right say that they wish to close down the BBC…the BBC in the main is still an institution with an excellent reputation in the World and it’s news gathering and reporting at its best cannot be beaten BUT and here’s the BUT…there was a massive failure of management and editorial control in one of their flagship news programmes. It seems that the ingrained institutional dislike of Tories caused them to lose their judgment and journalistic rigour. I have no issue with them taking on politicians of any party or people in any position within the establishment if those people have acted illegally or used their positions to secure advantage or break the law. However in ANY story it should be “de rigeur” to check your sources and the facts not act on hearsay speculation or mis-rembered recollections or mistaken identity. Not to show a photograph of the person they named to his alleged victim is such a basic error that a first year journalism student wouldn’t commit.
      Then the supposed Editor-in-Chief is totally unaware of the subject of his flagship news program despite an ongoing scandal of a similar nature within his own organisation and after only appearing a fortnight before Parliament to give evidence and revealing at best a naivety and lack of editorial control further compounded the problem.
      Cameron’s Big Society is total guff you are right in that..it’s deliberately vague…but that does not mean that it does not have appeal or cannot be implemented on smaller local scale(in fact in many places it already is)
      What brings this country down is the inbuilt negativity , apathy and sheer spite and nastiness that is evidenced every day wherever you are in the country or on countless social media sites…carping and criticising is easy as is hindsight but actually changing things or doing something about it is much more difficult…

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      • 77
        The public says:

        “it’s news gathering and reporting at its best cannot be beaten”

        Pull the other one, its got bells on it. If it had been up to the BBC we would never had heard about the MPs’ expenses. The BBC rarely breaks any news these days, it plays catch-up and smother.

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        • 92
          Anonymous says:

          can the bbc be trusted,
          not ever.
          so much like newspapers who make up news, but then we treat them as enter-attainment. sorry bbc, we do not wish to attained, and most certainly not by you.

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        • 147
          Really? says:

          The BBC are rotten to the core.

          How anyone can imagine it is anything other beggars belief in their sanity, credibility or honesty. The BBC censors by ommission, twists news to suit it’s agenda and openly lies about detractors of it’s position on any given topic.

          It would be hard to find a more dishonest organisation peddling pure propaganda, since the days of the communist mouthpiece, Pravda.

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  14. 36
    Ed Balls says:

    Mervyn King says standby for a Triple Dip Recession………aren’t the Tories doing well running the country?

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    • 38
      Liam Byrne - Financial Guru says:

      Sorry there’s no money left

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      • 474
        Ed Balls says:

        By the time I’m finished we’ll be owing 2 centuries worth of GDP to the rest of the world. Vote UKIP.

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    • 39
      Living in 99% white North Wales) (does not include sheep) says:

      If this happens then surely Osborne’s position is untenable?

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        UKIP.i.am.still says:

        Only if the triple-dip matches the massive recession that Labour caused by ignoring the risks bankers were taking and by giving the go-ahead to reckless things like 110% mortgages etc. Who in Labour resigned over that?

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        • 265
          XXX says:

          Where were the Tories while B’Liar & Broon in power didn’t they know of these 110% mortgages, PFIs, excessive public borrowing etc, all I can recall in the early years, the Tories were demanding tax cuts, the deathly silence when Brown announced the 10% was amazing.

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          • Anonymous says:

            It doesn’t matter who said what in opposition. Labour were in power. The buck stops with them. No other party.

            Period

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          • Blowing Whistles says:

            John Whittingdale MP – and chairman of the hacking committee who interviewed Rupee James and a few others – just might regret that he did not follow up ‘information passed to him by another tory MP – during their years in opposition – Whittingdale appears to suffering his own form of convenient amnesia. The truth will out John.

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      Horny handed son of toil says:

      Double dip, triple dip what’s in a name? Just invented to keep Balls happy.

      What’s really going to happen is come the next general election in two and a half year’s time the economy will be growing by 2 to 3% but the deficit will still need curbing further. So in the next Parliament the government will have to get to grips with the inflated benefits and other public sector budgets.

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        Anonymous says:

        dipping the toe in the water.
        same old same old.
        the lizard is checking how much it can get away with.
        the patience of britain is wearing thin.
        a bursting teenage with right on his site is not a pretty site.
        Brits are the master of machiavellian activity though.
        it likes to bring the enemy on board.
        sadly our disloyal ruling class has now turned against us. It use to loot johnny foreigners and we become foreigners in our own country. so we get looted.
        not a shred of loyalty in ‘em.
        and we throws our lives on the other ppl’s battlefields for this.

        machiavellian stuff is as nasty as it gets.
        it is not mere mis.chief makng.

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    • 278
      Engineer says:

      Balls, if you’d been running the economy, we wouldn’t have had a double dip. Just one fucking great big dip.

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    Unintended Consequences says:

    So Prezza was caught in his own trap.

    New Labour set up the alternative vote in an attempt to prevent Red Ken becoming London Mayor when he was standing as an independent. Even better the AV vote failed to stop Ken but defeated Prescott.

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    • 59
      Labour is the nasty party says:

      It would not have worked against him if he was not so unpopular and divisive.

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    • 60
      John Prescott says:

      BLAH BLAH BLAH,NO LET ME FINISH,BLAH BLAH BLAH….BLAH
      BLAH BLAH BLAH,YOU’VE HAD YOUR SAY,BLAH BLAH,I’LL PUNCH THEE IN FOOKIN EAR ‘OLE

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      • 71
        Lady Lardarse of Prescott says:

        John, your pie and chips are gettiing cold.

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        UKIP.i.am.still says:

        Why is it Prescott can get away with swearing at reporters as he did yesterday when others hare forced to resign for doing it? Is the Labour rodent altimeter so low?

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        • 160
          Cynical-old-bag says:

          The altimeter had to go. Part of the cuts.

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        • 483
          Sobvious innit says:

          You forgot about punching members of the public, but in answer to your question, it would seem to be agreed that reporters are not ‘plebs’ (although other rather less polite adjectives might be applicable).

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    Not quite says:

    Guido claims to be for free speech, but any criticism of Is*ael is dismissed as anti-s*mitism, which devalues genuine cases of anti-s*mitism and gives the lie to his liberatarian claims. Is*ael is not immune from criticism but every time someone suggests that the building of illegal settlements or bombing of hospitals is not ideal, they’re met with the usual accusations and Nazi labels. It’s not as if it’s just arabs who are targeted by demented settlers. Just ask the christians living there who also verbal face abuse and violence, albeit on a lesser scale. The very same people who accuse others of being tinfoil types are the ones to say that every piece of footage showing settlers attacking christians or children are a hoax and it’s all a conspiracy.

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    • 53
      Arthur Sixpence says:

      You should see what happens when you take the P155 out of Billy Bragg or Morrissey

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    • 64
      Pull up a bar stool says:

      Why set up aunt sally debating points? If you read these pages properly you will see all shades of opinion, all of them put ‘robustly’.

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    • 89
      fuckoffyounazi says:

      More tinfoil for your hat, pal?

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    • 93
      Sir William W says:

      “This animal is very vicious; when attacked, it defends itself.”. (Traditional French saying)

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    • 111
      Anonymous says:

      the problem is regional. we are all as good or as bad as our neighbours.
      mother nature’s vengence is an unmatched force. that’s why it hits a region and not just the select few.

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    • 336
      Blowing Whistles says:

      Proper thorough and in depth research has been carried out throughout the world by many people since the downfall of communism in 1991.

      Many millions of pieces of evidence – which it had been hoped ‘would never see the light of day’ have been see by the public. Said evidence unravels many thousands and millions of lies that have been ‘told’ to the public and their children over two generations.

      The ‘immediate’ and ‘reactionary’ – ‘knee-jerk’ accusations of calling anyone who dares to question the veracity of the old stories with the new evidence in play – “A conspiracy theorist” underscores that many people in the highest of positions do have something to hide.

      Whereas – rather than say to those who have the guts to question matters concerning WW2 – yes that’s a possibility and I would like to discuss it rationally and calmly – they don’t. They go into full on attack mode – every time.

      Actions especially “OTT Reactions” [get the smear machine cranked up] speak louder of the agendas of the “reactionary knee-jerkers” and their weasel words.

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      • 363
        Anonymous says:

        did something bad happen when Britain transferred global supremacy to america. what got fixed and who was the fixer.

        Watch the fixers, afterall Fixer Jim so.vile was also standing on someone else’s shoulders.

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      You're born: You live: You die. That is all. says:

      Isr8el is a state artificially formed, on land stolen from the Ar8bs who were living there. This was at the behest of the J3wish money men in the US, who played also on European guilt over the “final solution” in Germany.
      The state of Is8rael was born out of terror – the main recipients of which were our countrymen , the British.
      Later the leaders of the J3wish terrorists became the leaders of the new state of Isr8el.

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      • 456
        Blowing Whistles says:

        You’re born: you have a right to live and not to be lied to throughout your life.

        See above about Avraham Stern.

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      • 499
        Really? says:

        What utter shite.

        The population of what is essentially Israel was in 1946, 543,000 Jews and 1,267,037 Arabs.
        In 1947 the Arabs left en masse because they were warned in advance that an Arab army of Egyptians, Syrians, Iraqi, Jordan and volunteers from, The Holy War army, Arab Liberation army, Muslim Brotherhood, Saudi Arabia, Yemen, Sudan and Pakistan, were about to invade and for their own safety should leave until the Jews were driven into the sea.
        By 1948 there were 716,700 Jews and only 156,00 Arabs left behind, when the Arabs attacked.

        Of course I understand that some dislike intensely being reminded of the humiliation of the ‘Great Arab army’ at the hands of a tiny Israeli army and any mention of defeat, is attacked as theft. Oddly, no such cries of theft are ever used in conjunction with Arab military gains. Hypocrisy at work? Oh yes.

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  17. 49

    John Prescott.
    Behind every great {big} man is a {bigger} woman with signed divorce papers unless she becomes lady Prezza.

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    • 98
      Anonymous says:

      men are not designed for the d word.
      send a d notice to them and they collapse.

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    • 162
      Cynical-old-bag says:

      Pauline isn’t daft.

      She knows she’s better off being marred to him, even if she does have to go out with him once in a while. Her hairdressing bill alone must be extortionate.

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      You're born: You live: You die. That is all. says:

      You almost but not quite, have to feel sorry for Lardass Presott, being tethered to the utterly voracious Pauline!

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  19. 52
    Ricky Holden says:

    Iain Duncan Smith launched an arrogant attack on CCHQ jobs,saying they just sit around drinking coffee all day

    Like

  20. 54
  21. 56
    Bill-Quango MP says:

    doesn’t help

    Like

  22. 57
    Bill//Quango MP says:

    ??

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  23. 58
  24. 74
    John Prescott says:

    I was so depressed last night over losing, I comfort ate by going to a Chinese all you can eat buffet and I had all I can eat. I just left there half an hour ago.

    Like

    • 81
      Lady Lardarse of Prescott says:

      Do you mean you don’t want this plate of pie and chips I just cooked?

      Bloody ‘ell

      Like

      • 104
        Anonymous says:

        will lord press-cot sue.
        is he being de.famed? de-framed yes, but de.famed?
        can fame ever be a disease…a source of diseased comfort?

        the keyword is D.
        divorce, d.force. men plead not to be divorced.
        dis.ease.
        D.notice , lasting 100 year.

        D is all about fear.
        trust me, I am a doctor,

        Like

    • 102
      Ben & Jerry's says:

      We look forward to a steady increase in business in the Humberside area in the weeks and months to come, our “Fair Trade Vanilla” especially, if His Lordship wishes to make a moral-political statement out of his gluttony.

      Like

    • 112
      John Prescott says:

      ope I can get fookin refund on tunic I bought off Idi Amin.

      Like

  25. 79
    IDF says:

    When Hamas members need a place to hide, they run to hospitals. Hamas uses civilians as human shields. pic.twitter.com/dn3tij76

    Like

    • 83
      White Phosphorous says:

      And you kill them all anyway. Nice.

      Like

      • 91
        fuckoffyounazi says:

        That’s right, the IDF bomb hospitals every single day. It’s a wonder there’s any left.

        Like

        • 106
          fuckoffyounazi should look up Godwin's Law says:

          You’re right. There’s a moral justification for using white phosphorous.

          Like

          • Norris Pratt says:

            There is no such thing as “Godwins Law”. It is just a smple minded oberservation by a prat.

            Like

          • White Phospherous says:

            Sometimes there is. In a tank battle in reasonably open countryside they cuold well be the right tool for the job at hand.

            But let’s not kid ourselves about either of the parties to this dispute. I find their constant attempts for attention and approval, each pretending to be the entirely ‘innocent’ and uniquely injured party, tedious and insulting to the intelligence.

            Like

          • Blowing Whistles says:

            So, what about the obfuscation and distracting from the “content” of the Goldstone report?

            Like

        • 188
          Anonymous says:

          how come the Israeli put such phenomenal value on their lives and we put phenomenally little.

          something is hidden in plain sight here.

          Like

          • Expat Geordie says:

            “The man who saves one life saves the world.”

            It’s a nice concept to operate under.

            Like

          • Anonymous says:

            only those who are the most valuable get away with valuing their lives more than others,

            based purely on hard facts, the jewish community is global royalty, or atleast were until 2007.

            now.a.days the world is owned by the billionaires, but what they indulge in is mere finanacial corruption.

            was some dark grandbargain struck between britain, the european jews and america in world war ii.

            certainly creating public sympathy for one self has been an essential starting point, for creating overwhelming public success. The Queen works so hard, so we feel sorry for her. an innocent man gets tarnished blah blah blah.
            everyone wants sympathy for their cause.

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        • 236
          Expat Geordie says:

          Reminds me of the “War of the Cities” during the Iran-Iraq War. Both sides were lobbing Scud missiles at each other and they ALWAYS ended up hitting childrens hospitals. I sometimes wondered if Tehran and Baghdad were just massive childrens hospitals.

          However, cosidering what we now know about the accuracy of the Scud following Gulf War I, where they didn’t always managed to hit the COUNTRY they were aimed at, I suspect that your muzzies are not averse to setting up/carrying out the odd massacre on themselves and blaming it on the opposition for the benefit of gullible western media.

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          • Anonymous says:

            this is a very important point. do we we sacrifice for the greater good. this is the nasty philosophy of Machiavelli.

            Machiavellian activity is described in polite society as mis.chief making. Rather it is directed with a clear head and a heart of stone by the chief, the master or perhaps even the prince.

            if the ruling class worldwide has this outlook and throw the lives of its tribe and race on to the fire, for eternal future glory, then we are in great trouble, or rather have been,

            Like

          • Blowing Whistles says:

            A reminder – Rumours etc

            So nobody was stealing Iraq’s oil supplies from under its land and no one was using horizontal drill boring to do it either umm … I wonder. [Or do I?]

            Like

  26. 82
    Sir Mary Flappes says:

    I never wanted a Gauleiter.

    Like

  27. 85
    Fur Trade Fare Trader of Fair Trade Meat says:

    Meat-eaters “easily cheat, lie, forget promises and commit sex crimes”, according to a controversial school textbook available in India.

    Insert ‘Halal’

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  28. 87
    Sir William W says:

    Congratulations to the BBC on the record sum raised by this year’s ‘Executives in Need’ appeal!

    Like

  29. 94
    David Cameron says:

    Quick – get those fighter aircraft I sold to the Middle East out there, pronto!

    Like

  30. 95
    Grollace says:

    Does life really exist after Corby?

    Like

  31. 96
    Ms Harman says:

    On average, women’s public restrooms contain about twice as much bacteria than men’s.

    Like

  32. 97
    Bunsen Honeydew MP says:

    It’s because he’s pretending to be an MP

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    • 116
      The mod con says:

      So are Gordon Brown and Nadine Dorries.

      Like

      • 139
        Bunsen Honeydew MP says:

        Do they post on here though, even as pseudonyms?

        Like

        • 338
          Blowing Whistles says:

          No MP would last long posting on here – they’d be found out within a day of posting – what with all the hot air fork-tongued drivel they espouse.

          Besides MP’s have got their armies of ‘at arms length’ [worst case scenario is sack em as scapegoats e.g. Hunt] Spads to spin the spin.

          Like

      • 146
        The times they are a changing says:

        Thought it was 640 of them doing that.

        Like

  33. 101
    nellnewman says:

    Most illuminating story of the week was surely David Bell ,Common Purpose and Leveson.

    Another Public Inquiry completely biased and discredited!!

    Like

    • 115

      Hear Hear, nell.

      Leveson has been pulling what little hair he has left out because of the amount of “evidence” he has to publish. It is going to be a record breaker and it is sunk before he even gets there.

      Like

      • 140
        The Public says:

        Leveson is either a patsy or he is complicit. Either way, there is no chance his recommendations will be aceptable to anyone but the far left.

        Like

    • 121
      genghiz the kahn says:

      Is Cameron as thick as a two short planks or up to his eyeballs with Common Purpose?

      The inquiry ignored the huge elephant in the room, the lack of morals, ethics and culture at The BBC.

      Like

      • 129
        Roscoe Rules says:

        I watched the debate on tv between prospective PCC candidates.
        None of them mentioned the elephant in the room,which of course was John Prescott.

        Like

        • 190
          Anonymous says:

          elephants are rather c-harming.
          they wibblewobble. rated highly in hindu tradition.
          unsure whether they regard adult-ry
          as a sign of maturity.

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        • 213
          Anonymous says:

          elephant is also related to nobility.
          is that the elephant in our room. hidden.

          Like

    • 133
      Ed Miliband says:

      I demand an independent judge-led inquiry

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  34. 113
    ROY CASTLE of record breakers says:

    So we now have police commissioners !
    Whoopie fooking Do !
    They have yet again wasted over 100 million of our money for no other reason
    than to keep some more failed politicians / old boys with their noses firmly in the public trough

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  35. 114
    FrankFisher says:

    I was thinking that’d I’d quite like David Cameron to just fuck off and get his nose out of my business – I wondered whether anyone else had a similar view?

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  36. 122
    Ms Harman says:

    All the loos in Congress House are for ladies today, because its LabourWomensNet Political Day! (boys, get in the queue)

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  37. 127
    Common Sense says:

    Nowt wrong with scrapping police authorities with their pc members selected for ethnicity and diversity and of course all the Union pilgrims who sit on them claiming more expenses than an MP.

    The £100 million will soon be recouped.

    Like

    • 150
      The times they are a changing says:

      La La land must be a nice innocent place to live, the only change the public will get is the change of the bank account to put the £80,000 a year in.

      Like

  38. 137
    The Village Idiot says:

    Now that the police commissioners are in place, does anyone know when the elections for Batman are taking place?

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  39. 138

    Kristen Stewart wanted something in her mouth – allegedly.

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  40. 144
    Mad Frankie Maude says:

    A recent survey has revealed that one out of every three Tories is just as fuckin stupid as the other two.

    Like

  41. 151
    The times they are a changing says:

    A recent survey revealed that Libor are so daft they forget to reinstate first past the post on polling for mayors and ancillary polls and helped Prescott to lose a position that even a giraffe with a red rosette on it would have won without turning up.

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    • 155
      Basil Nadir says:

      Actually you are wrong. With the current feeling among the populace the public would deliberately vote for the giraffe.

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  42. 153
    Operation Crossbow says:

    Don’t you just love the BBC? Newsreader ‘interviewing’ a ‘Joow’ on the news attacks Israel stating that “you’re killing civilians”

    Yet every day Obama kills civilians in northern Pakistan with his illegal drone attacks yet not once has the BBC suggested that what Obama is doing is illegal. Just as the BBC didn’t call Bin Laden’s murder an assassination, yet if Bush had done it you just know Panorama and Newsnight wouldn’t shut up about it.

    Like

    • 487
      Terry Avivski says:

      … and somehow they NEVER ever mention the endless flow of missiles over the border. Strange that…

      Like

  43. 156
    Operation Crossbow says:

    Newsreader on BBC news getting confused, accusing Israel of firing rockets into Gaza, no you bint they are being fired FROM Gaza.

    Your taxes being spent for bad reporting once again.

    Like

  44. 158
    Blowing Whistles says:

    So Ofcom’s Ed Richards, Richard Hooper and Lord Currie are in the crosshairs!

    I suppose the government will head up a committee to ‘look at’ [but do nowt] the matter of all those New Labour stooges with Vaz as the Chairman …

    Oh and the Sun jump on the CP bandwagon today. Now what did Rupert know but remain silent about for so long whilst it suited him … yeeeees Mr Murdoch indeed?

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    • 166
      Moral Collapse Blair, watching the rockets flying overhead says:

      I stuffed all British institutions with my placemen…

      10 years worth of “stuffing”…

      After he had placed all his gays, Mandelson taught me how to do it

      You are all doomed to live eternally under my influence

      Including the offspring of the said placemen, of course…

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      • 410
        Blowing Whistles says:

        And one musn’t forget that The Charity Commission – was also “absolutely stuffed” with their placemen as well – hence Common Purpose getting the slap on the wrist treatment ….

        And as for the Land Registry being stuffed – whooa yes … another festering pile of 5hits

        And as for the appointment of Kier Starmer as head of the DPP – well it seems as though he’s forever going to remain ‘looking’ at the collapse of the Swansea Trial against eight ex coppers over the Lynette White murder and the false imprisonments of several men. Who could Kier be protecting?

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    • 168
      Uncle Roopie, laughing in New York says:

      I agreed with Rothermere that he should discredit Leveson

      it would be unbecoming for me to do so directly since much shit
      is about to hit Newscorp, as you all know

      I hate England BTW

      Like

      • 193
        Anonymous says:

        what happeened to the talk of Murdoch press hacking into US citizens privacy?
        strange how silence suddeny prevails as if the subject was trivial although a minute before there a lot of sound. all d-rama. no con-tent.

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        • 263
          Getting tired of crooks says:

          Roopie is spending tens of millions of dollars on criminal defence lawyers in the US (and UK) (including US Justice Dept former officials)

          Trying to “influence” the system again

          Like

          • Anonymous says:

            you see, money can be used to get rid of rubbish.
            the ruling class think the rest are rubbish. The rest have every right to take an inde-pen-dent view.

            Like

    • 342
      Blowing Whistles says:

      So the coming into being of Ofcom had absolutely nothing to do with a little matter of winning the first Premiership football rights bidding contest. A little matter which Rupee and Co – don’t really want to venture into again. Rupees sun’s exposure today fails on a multitude of accounts – particularly as to why he and Rothermere – “ONLY now” – raise the subject of Common Purpose – while of course the greater public – millions of the public knew long ago about this subject matter?

      Hidden agenda anybody?

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  45. 161
    Communist Emperor Kim One says:

    Funny that none of you have noticed that the UK Labour Party is now a socialist party of hereditary privilege

    Labour’s Andy Sawford has been elected MP for Corby and East Northampton
    is the son of a Labour MP

    To which you should add Blair, Straw and Dromey offspring

    Hereditary hypocritical troughers I would say

    But keeping up a good North Korean tradition

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    • 169
      Its the sense of entitlement that does it says:

      That used to happen in the old eastern bloc. Also in China, where they are now dealing with the third generation who have gone into the rent-seeking business as billionaire monopolists and their children, the fourth generation, spend their time on hedonistic pursuits otherwise banned for the masses.

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    • 186
      Labour Party RIP - killed by Blair, Balls, Brown and Miliband says:

      You know the Labour Party is out of ideas when it’s run by a multimillionaire who ‘made’ his vast unearned wealth through property speculation.

      Like

      • 198

        Cherie told Campbell that she ‘was dreadfully worried about money.’

        He told her that Blair could make money from directorships after he was PM.

        “Oh you don’t really know him..He wants to go off to Africa and teach poor children..we’re going to be destitute..”

        Somehow that never panned out.
        And didn’t moral compass man Brown also promise to go and help out in a charity shop in Kirkcaldy? Perfect job for him. people bring him the fruits of their labours, for free, and he then takes a mint condition,original pressing, classic Beatles ‘Help’ LP and sells it for 50p and tells everyone he’s made a 500% profit.

        If we are feeling charitable ourselves I suppose we could conclude that he failed the interview.

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        • 304
          Cynical-old-bag says:

          How on earth could Cherie have been worried about money?

          She was (allegedly) given loads of freebies from many shops, and even their holidays were taken in villas owned by others. Did either of them ever actually put their hands into their pockets and pay for anything?

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        • 320
          Anonymous says:

          the missus was naive.
          grounded but naive.

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  46. 176
    Michael Effing Parkinson says:

    I met 3 more iteresting people yesterday

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  47. 178
    Mohammed al Fayedh says:

    It was nice to see Mrs Q in my little shoppe yesterday buying some curtains for their new house

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    • 200

      Mrs Q buying curtains again? Lord help me. What is it with women and curtains. We already have them. At least one set for every window. She’d put more windows in if she could, just to have more curtains.

      Free advice Mo. Don’t ever let a woman ever buy anything new for your home. Everything is a cash killer.
      An innocent table lamp, 4.99 at NEXT sale? Only a fool would let that money drain into the home. After just 7 days you’d hear..

      “This sidetable doesn’t go with the new lamp. And nor does the carpet. Or the wallpaper. Or the furniture..it will all need replacing!”

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      • 249
        1984 says:

        Same reason you should never agree to fill a crack in the plaster even if it superficially costs ‘only’ 1.29 for a tube of filler from Screwfix.

        Because then you’ll have to paint the bit you’ve filled to match the rest of the wall. Except the paint will be ever so slightly different so it won’t match the wall. So now you have to paint the entire wall. But now that wall is ever so slightly different to the other walls in the room.

        So you paint the entire room.

        But now that room is ever so slightly different to every other room in the house and, since you’ll be painting all the rooms we might as well go for a different colour. And new carpets to match…..

        Been there.

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      • 303
        Sir William W says:

        If it weren’t for blinds, it would be curtains for us all.

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      • 411
        Blowing Whistles says:

        Bill – you and tothers sound like a bunch of right old male chauvinist pig bullies.

        Wake up you pillocks it’s the 21st Century not the caveman era.

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  48. 179
    Abu hava Qatada says:

    When we get our new house we’d like to keep some sheep and a camel or two. So tell Mr Cameron we’ll need a larger garden than first anticipated.

    Oh and a summer house with an onion on top might be nice says Mrs Q

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    • 189
      One-term Dave, leading the Tories to their grave, says:

      Okey dokey. I’ll tell you what, if you’re getting a big garden would you like a windmill on it? My multimillionaire daddy in law has one and it qualifies him for £1,000 per day, tax free. Spiffing little wheeze, this ‘green’ sham. I’ll get the paperwork sent through to you, just as soon as I’ve spent even more taxpayers’ money having it translated into Arabic. As it’s a weekend, I’ll pay them double time. Super boost for the economy, what what? Spiffing!

      Toodle pip!

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      • 191
        Abu hava Qatada says:

        That sounds very nice. Can I put loudspeaker on the top so I can call my children in for prayer… Ooops I meant tea.

        Like

    • 192
      I don't nee d no doctor says:

      What about a short term house rental in Jordan. We will club together for the air tickets for you and your family.

      Like

  49. 203
    I don't nee d no doctor says:

    Any news on Sally Bercow being sued by McAlpine.
    Any news on John Bercow resigning as Speaker.
    Any news on the Chilcot Inquiry.
    Any word from Ed Millionaireband on Prescott’s defeat.

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    • 207
      Ed Miliionaireband says:

      none of these people need to wesign.
      I am wefusing to call for anymore inqwirwes untill they involve only Torwies.

      WonNashion!

      Like

    • 211
      Sally says:

      No news is good news

      Like

      • 212
        John says:

        Have you seen my heels luv

        Like

      • 222
        Lord McAlpine's Lawyer says:

        I have a writ for you.

        Like

        • 413
          Blowing Whistles says:

          That Andrew Reid ‘acting’ for McAlpine must be making a packet for himself what with his compo culture vulture fees?

          Some are asking that McAlpine donate all his winnings from the casino merry-go-round [That's another BBC prog with questionable subliminal messaging] to … Children in need … or will he take the money and … run?

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    • 219
      Adolf Hilter says:

      Any news from Stalingrad?

      Like

      • 306
        Leveson says:

        I am still working on that one. Pretty soon no-one will remember it ever happened

        Like

        • 415
          Blowing Whistles says:

          Not if you read ‘Under the sign of the scorpion’ M’lud! But hey some people want to burn and obliterate many books especially one from 1915 where it mentions all about ‘Star Chambers’ – Oh Simon Heffer wrote a little bit about thatin the D Conrad Mail toady – he’s catching up on his history ‘finally’ the twat.

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  50. 220
    Berlusbogey says:

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  51. 221
    voice of the people says:

    Some of the weirdos on here may disagree but it is important that we all support David Cameron in his efforts to stop internet porn. Its not just porn though that needs dealing with, as Cameron would agree. Twitter, blogs, and media sites where sick deranged members of the public can post freely all need to be strictly regulated. The levels of abuse, homophobic comments racism etc can be tolerated no longer. We must back the governmments efforts to control this beast.

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    • 232
      Pandora says:

      But my box has been opened, sweetie. There’s no way of closing it again.

      Like

      • 239
        Dave says:

        The op may have posted in jest (or may be he/she’s deadly serious) but he draws attention to a serious trend developing today amongst some politicians, meeja types and others ie this web thingy has gone way too far so let’s stamp down on free speech now.

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    • 234
      otfl says:

      Hear hear!!
      Who needs the internet. Shut it down I say. We should all learn to rely on the good old BBC for our news.

      Like

      • 309
        The Vatican says:

        A runner with a message in a forked stick will suffice. For everything else there will be announcement in Latin before the homily on Sundays.

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    • 235
      a real person says:

      It’s government that needs to be regulated.

      Like

    • 277
      Universal Hiss says:

      I wonder how they think they will achieve that?

      All governments in this country are laughing stocks when it comes to running IT projects.

      Like

    • 365
      Anonymous says:

      cam likes to ride an unconrollable beast.
      do we really need to know this,

      Like

      • 441
        You're born: You live: You die. That is all. says:

        I thought Sam preferred to be on top, reversed, so she doesn’t have to look at his red, sweaty face as the money shot dribbles out.

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  52. 224
    Abu Qatada says:

    BREAKING: Hezbollah & Iran Declare State of Alert -Highest Possible. Staging for Coordinated Counter-Attack on Israel with Chemical Weapons!

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    • 312
      Tony Blair says:

      45 minutes? Missiles aimed at Cyprus? Dossier?

      Like

      • 346
        Blowing Whistles says:

        And no the Chief Rabbi Sacks didn’t let the cat out of the bag with his comments – wait a minute they’re published in the ‘free press’ today … oops i’ve hit the submit butto…

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  53. 229
    George Gideon Oliver Osborne says:

    Freedom on Information request reveals that Care-UK have been given £116 million of taxpayers’ cash under the Tories.

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  54. 231
    George Galloway says:

    4 Indians walk into a bar,

    Barman says, “Bud Bud, Bud Bud?”

    Like

    • 237
      Thomas Cooper Esq says:

      They should have seen it coming.

      Like

    • 255
      Stop Me If You've Heard This One says:

      Liquor deliveryman, first day on this route, pulls up at a pub named “Mickey Monaghan’s” and goes inside to see the publican. He’s met by an Orthodox Joo who’s cleaning up the place.
      “Right, can you direct me to the landlord, Mickey Monaghan?”
      “That would be me.”
      “Perhaps you didn’t hear me? I’m asking after Mr Monaghan?”
      “Schmendrick, I told you, I’m Monaghan– you maybe want to see my identification, nu?”
      Well, they then transact their business, and before the deliveryman turns to leave, he says:
      “You’ll pardon my being a Nosy Parker, but tell me, how does a bloke like you end up having a name like ‘Mickey Monaghan’?”
      “Would YOU dr!nk at a boozer called ‘Moshe Mandelbaum’s’?”

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      • 345
        Tachybaptus says:

        Wеll уеs, І wоuld. Νо shаm shаmrосks, nо lерrоus lерrесhаuns, nо fаkе sіgnроsts sауіng Τірреrаrу 315 mіlеs, nо рhоnеу nоtісеs аbоut thе сrаіс, whаtеνеr thаt іs. Аnd І уоu thіnk Оrthоdоx Јеws саn’t bе јоllу, уоu’νе nеνеr mеt аnу.

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        • 362
          Last Of The Summer Whine says:

          Jooish AA:
          “My name is Izzy and I’m an alcoholic– I recently slipped off the wagon and had a dr!nk–ONE dr!nk– at my daughter’s wedding, but since then, I’ve continued sober…”
          “Izzy, your daughter’s wedding was three months ago, FFS! You’ve been telling us this at every meeting since then! Enough already!”
          “I know– I just like to kvetch…”

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  55. 238
    George Galloway says:

    Horse Racing Tip for today…………….. 2.30 at Kempton……… ‘My Tits’…………. ‘Come on My Tits’

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  56. 241
    Been Abuurkii Sheekh C/raxmaan Abyad Uka Faafiyay Sheekh Abu Qatada o Banaanka La So Dhigay says:

    Check out my new Vid.

    Like

  57. 242
    Peter Bone says:

    The Establishment – the rich and the powerful – have desperately sought a way to shut Guido Fawkes up. It’s their only real opposition

    Like

    • 243
      anon says:

      Yes but some of his blogs go way over the top in his mission to attack certain politicians and many of the commenters on here should have their laptops/phones taken off them and be certified insane and locked up in Broadmoor. With freedom of expression comes responsibility and if people inc. guido, behave irresponsibly and insist on making scurrilous, mean and offensive allegations then they should be shut down and have the book thrown at them.
      It is going to happen sooner rather than later, and not before time IMO

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      • 248
        Anonymous says:

        Fuck off Stalin.

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        • 252
          anon says:

          Thank you for proving my point, you foul mouthed oaf.

          Like

        • 253
          Some Twat up north says:

          Funny aint it how all the ones who gob off on here about rights and responsibilities are always ‘Anonymous’

          Like

          • anon says:

            I suppose, in your tiny mind, you think that by calling yourself “Some tw*t up north” that you are not anonymous. Unless that is your name, then of course you are anonymous you moron.
            You make my case for removing internet access to offensive cretins like you. No doubt you are just itching to throw in some anti-gay, rascist and other vile comments while you’re at it.

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          • Anonymous says:

            Piss off you black poof.

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      • 251
        1984 says:

        Do fuck off, there’s a good chap.

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        • 257
          anon says:

          Be quiet fool! Young people could be reading this blog and I’m sure their parents do not want them reading your foul and highly offensive utterings. As I said earlier, your laptop/pnone should be taken off you and you should be removed to a secure instution for your own sake and ours.
          The decent majority have had enough of internet porn, malicious tweeters and offensive bloggers and I’m pleased to say that there are leading people in govt who seem to agree.
          The days are numbered for foul mouthed anti-social morons like you to speread their filth and poison and not before time.

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          • Some Twat up North says:

            Cancel your fucking internet then you self righteous fuckwit.

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          • Some Twat up North says:

            “I’m pleased to say that there are leading people in govt who seem to agree.”

            Yeah when they are not buggering each other or stealing!

            Like

          • anon says:

            The poster calling himself “Some tw*t up north” thinks it is clever or funny to falsely allege that members of our government are committing vile and dishonest acts. This is an outrageous libel and you should be pursued by the courts and punished for your degeneracy.
            However thank you for making my point once again, Mr Tw*t, that blogs like this, as well as the awful twitter, should either be closed down or strictly regulated to prevent such offensive comments and smears being made in the future.

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          • 1984 says:

            I say again, do fuck off you sanctimonious jackass.

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        Socialism is a severe mental illness says:

        “if people in,, insist on making . mean and offensive allegations”

        So who’s to decide what’s offensive? Some pea-brained PC c*nt like you?

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        • 261
          Mrs Merton says:

          Lets have a heated debate

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        • 266
          anon says:

          I think you will find that there are some very influential people about who, right now, are deciding what is, and what is not acceptable on the internet. And I’m talking of the highest echelons of govt here.
          So have less chutzpah my fine fellow. Your days of spreading your ignorant filth on the net are numbered. This whole terrible mess of tweeting, facebook, blogs and other comment sites are going to be cleaned up.

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          • The Decent Majority says:

            We hate these PC C*nts and we’ve never heard of you.

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          • Some Twat up north says:

            Would that be the eschelons of the unelected government then or just the scared and guilty?

            Like

          • toad watch says:

            What a good little lickspittle and government lackey you are. Well done creep.

            Like

          • anon says:

            You ain’t seen me, right!

            Like

          • anon says:

            You are Quentin Letts and I claim my £5.00

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          • anon says:

            I see that all the sick degenerates have come crawling out from under their stones more than adequately making the point for me that this blog and others like it are just an outlet for many of the vilest members of our society. My case is therefore proved that blogs, twitter facebook etc must now be strictly regulated or shut down and the smearing, rascism, bullying and homophobia stamped upon hard.
            Fortunately more and more important and influential people agree so measures will be taken to enact this before too much longer.
            Now enjoy yourselves wallowing in your cesspit. Make the most of it. It won’t last much longer.

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          • anon says:

            I see the worms have come crawling out from under their stones. Make the most of wallowing in your cesspit. Blogs like this, and twitter facebook etc have allowed scum to malign, smear, and bully innocent people, politicians, businessmen etc with their offensive comments, rascism, homophoabia for too long. Mark my words, it won’t be allowed to continue much longer and not before time.

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          • Some Twat up North says:

            you’ll be having us for worshipping false idols next :)

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          • Bit.ly says:

            This blog is written by the insane, for the insane.

            Like

          • Bryn Estyn says:

            I have never been able to work out why more writs don’t fly with some of the stuff that is written on here. And so, a question: How certain are you that Guido, if ordered, wouldn’t give out your IP address?

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          • Some Twat up North says:

            Well Bryn, they had your address and nowt happened…

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          • Arthur Sixpence says:

            You’re Tom Watson and I claim £10,000

            Like

          • Adolf Hilter says:

            Josef? Is that you?

            Like

          • beaky says:

            If Guido ever handed out commenters IP addresses to any lawyer or court who demanded them then this blog would be finished and his credibility would be zilch. Besides, he is responsible for the content of this blog including comments, and if any comments are libellous or illegal then he should moderate them.

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          • Anonymous says:

            Your Tom Watson arn’t you?

            Well matey put up or shut up

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          • Anonymous says:

            co.conspirators are co.responsible.

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          • 1984 says:

            Naaah, I reckon Guido would hand over the IP addresses in a heartbeat.

            So what.

            I was unaware that it was against the law to consider politicians incompetent, self-serving, thieving arseholes since they self-evidently are.

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          • Arthur Sixpence says:

            Good point Beaky

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          • Anonymous says:

            mr anon makes good points, the difficulty is knowing what is permissable.
            it should all be open and friendly.

            menacing threats and operations in secret are hardly encouraging or supportive.

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          • kipper gets nits says:

            Hello anon, I reserve the right to be offensive, it’s free speech innit? BTW, do one!

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      • 529
        Blowing Whistles says:

        To the many anonymous with forked-tongues

        If you can’t stand the heat – then stay out of the fucking kitchen.

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  58. 254
    Sanctimonious says:

    I wish to remain Anonymous

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  59. 256
    Jeremy Vine says:

    ‘We seem to have lost angry from Tunbridge Wells’

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  60. 267
    Calamity Clegg says:

    Where’s my cushy job in Europe ??

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  61. 281
    Piers Morgan's Life Stories says:

    I’m beginning to run out of friends to interview on my crap show.

    I wonder if Tom Watson MP would like to come on and slander a few other people he doesn’t like.

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  62. 282
    Weed Uggie says:

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  63. 295
    Tom Watson says:

    When I was a kid, pussy was just an animal, sex was just a gender, 69 was just a number and bang was just a sound.

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  64. 308
    Winnie the Pooh says:

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      Expat Geordie says:

      Definitely a legitimate target there. See all those secondary explosions? For those not in the know a secondary explosion occurs when munitions stored in a target explode after the target has been hit.

      Like

  65. 323
    George Galloway (The Fat Controller) says:

    NEW: Delays between Guildford and Havant until further notice. A signalling problem is causing disruption

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  66. 328
    George Monbiot says:

    The evidence is in, the science is settled and the matter is beyond debate, Seven-Up is terribly bad for you, so why is Guido using unethical product placement like this?

    Frankly, if you ask me (and I do, often), it looks a lot like pervy behaviour to me and indicates that some of you might be paedos. After all, only children drink Seven-Up.

    You’ll all know about my record on identifying perpetrators of kiddie-fiddling, so rest assured I haven’t checked my facts this time either.

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  67. 330

    Sally Bercow ‏is a victim! Now we understand.

    @SallyBercow 17h

    This is totally politically motivated, I tell you. And I don’t do conspiracy theories as a rule.

    No tweets today. Thank God. Perhaps the postman has called…

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  68. 333
    George Galloway (The Fat Controller) says:

    Delays of up to 15 minutes between Guildford and Havant until further notice due to signalling problems near Petersfield.

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  69. 339

    I think we ought always to entertain our opinions with some measure of doubt. I shouldn’t wish people dogmatically to believe any philosophy, not even mine.

    Bertrand Russell

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    • 347
      Tachybaptus says:

      I sort of agree with him. Or maybe not. I dunno.

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      • 482
        Bertrand Russell, 3rd Earl Russell says:

        So, Tachybaptus, give us an opinion, if you’d be so kind– is the “Cat” in the box dead or alive? What’s your best guess? (No “dog”-ma, please.)

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    • 356
      MP says:

      The truth is precious. Use it sparingly.

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    • 357
      Anonymous says:

      bert.randy.rustle.
      useless git.
      is he saying we should be fearful and trust no one, even ourselves.

      IBM that great military US unstitution of days gone operated the FUD principle.
      Fear Uncertainty Doubt. and based on that generated the notion…no one got sacked for buying IBM.

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    • 370
      Lou Costello says:

      Isn’t this a proposition that does not include itself, such as “No generalisation can be trusted, including this one”? “Nobody should believe something dogmatically, just as I do not believe dogmatically that nobody should believe dogmatically what I said about believing something dogmatically.”

      Hey, Russell, have you been studying with Bud Abbott?

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      • 372
        Epiduralopolous says:

        All roads lead to Crete. I lied.

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        • 385
          Engineer says:

          Rubbish. All roads lead to potholes.

          Philosophy and theories are all very well, but some poor sod still has to fill in the holes. Often when it’s raining.

          Like

      • 378
        • 430
          Bud Abbott says:

          Just because you can define something a certain way doesn’t mean it actually exists, a little problem we like to call “reification.” Russell played the kind of game with Frege that I play with Costello. Of course, the point was to get Frege to tighten up his proofs, not to make a chump out of him.

          Watch me set up a chump and outwit him just by the terms of the argument. Even Costello knows how to pull off this con:

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          • No need to come here. The essence of the original proposition was …we ought always to entertain our opinions with some measure of doubt.

            It is for you to prove that you can entertain your propositions with no possibility of any doubt.

            Your call.

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          • Bertrand Russell, 3rd Earl Russell says:

            Some propositions are pretty self-evident: A v ~A; ~[A & ~A]; A iff A.
            Of course, once past those, there is room to entertain doubt on most everything else and our opinions will turn out to be provisional at best, positions held in failure of there being any better evidence having come along to disprove them.

            But in your case, CRMM, no matter what sort of argument is put forth, I’m sure you will find a sceptical argument to offer against it– of that, I have no doubt in the least.

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          • Your biconditional is FALSE.

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      • 381
        John Mills says:

        No Dogs allowed on this site.

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  70. 341
    BBC flunky says:

    The Coalition have just announced that they will be providing free plastic arse’oles for all those accepting gay marriage..as thet parade under the porch
    of the church

    This will win the Tories the next election and inspire millions to become regular practitioners

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    • 360
      Tallyban says:

      Excellent. Also we will present the “bride” with a bouquet of red hot poker flowers, as a token of things to come when we gain power after the PC LabLibCon collapse.

      Like

  71. 359
    Bit.ly says:

    I have to say it’s been a mystery to me for years as to how Israel gets away with the systematic annexation and occupation of land and the deliberate and persistent use of collective punishment; it’s deliberate ethnic cleansing on a terrible scale and shames the so-called civilised Nations who support the notion that it is a civilised democracy rather than an habitual and ruthless aggressor. It’s apologists cannot expect anyone to take seriously its use of feeble acts of resistance to its illegal occupation as justification for its brutal subjugation of the Palestinian population.

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  72. 366
    Mosquito Postal Block Vote Central Control says:

    Muchly upsettings. Hideously white PCC votings resultings. No Mohammeds controllings local policings. Much votings organisings not workings. Big failings. Mosquito wimmins get birthing. Next time PCC very Sharia. Inshaller and Akbar Restaurant.

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  73. 369
    Anonymous says:

    the closer we get to darkness the more menacing sounding the threats get.
    some ppl get v scared.
    ultimately we have to co.exist,
    peacefully and Gangnam style!

    the darker it is, the closer we are to sunrise too. it is cyclical.
    if darkness is part of our environment then it is important to our wellbeing too.
    how can we sleep if there is no darkness?
    darkness provides the security we need to dream,
    to connect with our soul.

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  74. 379
    kipper gets nits says:

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  75. 380
    Anonymous says:

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  76. 388
    Gordon 'Nancy' Brown says:

    THIS COCK
    IS MADE FOR WANKING,
    AND THAT’S JUST WHAT IT´LL DO,
    ONE OF THESE DAYS
    THIS COCK IS GONNA
    WANK ALL OVER YOU.

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  77. 394
    bedtime blues for bercow says:

    Someone had better warn the little twat.

    https://twitter.com/SallyBercow/status/269588852996452352

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    • 396
      A Politics Teacher says:

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      • 402
        Anonymous says:

        Bless….

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      • 426
        Expat Geordie says:

        You have to love Amy Childs. She has made a hell of a lot of money out of that act of hers. Privately educated and a millionaire at 21. Yes she has used her body to her advantage, but done nothing that isn’t reversible. So yes to a boob job and fake tans, but no tattoos. In five years time everyone will be saying “Amy who?” whilst she is in a nice house with a holiday villa somewheree hot but not chavvy.

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    • 405
    • 420
      I don't nee d no doctor says:

      As Sally realised yet that Twitter is real, and not a game. Maybe McAlpine’s solicitors letter will be a rude of wakening.
      She is only sucking up to Johnny because she will need his help, although that won’t be coming when push comes to shove. Speakers job or Sally? Sally who?

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    • 431
      Arthur Sixpence says:

      Pass the sick bucket Maud, I’m going to puke

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  78. 395

    £27m raised by Children in Need so that they can give Women in Prison more money and make Slotgob Blair even richer from suing schools to allow pupils to wear the Jihab.

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    • 398
      Jus Passin says:

      So have the Common Purpose Shitheads finally buggered off? or don’t they get paid for Sat evenings?

      Like

  79. 403
    nellnewman says:

    Interesting comment from Norman Tebbit, always a valued point of view, that UKIP is no longer a wasted vote.

    Cameron needs to take a different stance on the EU if he has any chance whatever of winning the 2015 election.

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    • 408
      Which of these is more important? says:

      He needs to take a different stance because:

      a) His employers, the British public want him to
      b) Because it is in the National Interest to do so, and
      c) Because it may be to his personal advantage

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      • 417
        Tachybaptus says:

        But he won’t, possibly because of one or more of the following:
        1. He is completely out of control and just flailing.
        2. He has a death wish.
        3. He is an agent of the Labour party infiltrated into the Conservative party to destroy it.

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    • 409
      IMHO says:

      If you are a conservative (note small c) why would you vote Conservative? aka Heir to Blair?.

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    • 428
      Expat Geordie says:

      I love his comment at the end of his blog, especially his last line.

      “Finally I should thank all those of you who suggested that I should replace Lord Patten as the BBC Chairman. What fun it would be, not least to see the fury of so many of the ungodly, but I fear that my age and my obligations to to my wife would preclude it.

      It was a mistake not to have been cloned about 50 years ago.”

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  80. 416
    T.B£iar - the People's Messiah says:

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    • 433
      Tachybaptus says:

      I fear, though, that he is so lost in his vainglorious delusions that he hates it in the same way as you would hate wasps at your picnic.

      If only we could make the last years of his life full of real misery and pain, as he deserves.

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    • 453
      Anonymous says:

      blair is chinese.
      inscrutable.
      well he was when he got going.
      his escape route is non religious spirituality.
      to the ONE.

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      • 509
        Technomist says:

        The Chinese are not inscrutable. All you have to do is learn their language. They are very like us and have a very similar sense of humour.

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  81. 418
    Blowing Whistles says:

    What’s up Journo’s of the free press?

    In the Mail Simon Heffer writes about ‘Star Chambers’

    Meanwhile over in the Gruniad [pg 9] they write of Ken Clarkes wish for his secret trials bill to be bludged through aqap…?

    And the Sun writes of protection for “Sun readers”? [Don't think that'll be swallowed by the Hillsborough victims] Where’s Kelvin the Gob5hite MOUTH these days?

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  82. 423
    philip schofield says:

    I have a list with Tom Watson’s name on it.

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  83. 424
    philip schofield says:

    Sebastian Vettel is a great driver, however he does sound like a nobhead when he says “yes, yes, boys, we did it”. FFS someone at Red Bull have a word with him.

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  84. 425
    Saffron says:

    Nell.
    Yes I read Nornan Tebbits article,to me it makes sense in that he is tuned in to the peoples distrust of the three main parties,sorry make that two as the Libdumbs are toast next time round.
    Cameron is nothing less than a PR merchant who is not in the world of ordinary people and Red ED (union puppet) is of the same ilk.
    The B an P are a busted flush as they have largely disintegrated into two groupings at each others throats.
    On the other hand UKIP are gaining ground and will continue to do so.
    Tebbit is right to warn Davy of their threat to the so called Cons and come to think of it the union sponsored Libour wrecking party.
    People are fed up of lies and endless spinning,they just want some clear thinking honest form of government who they can relate to.

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  85. 427
    Lady Virginia Droit de Seigneur says:

    Where’s that fat cnut Watson.

    You’d think with his role as Noncefinder General and all the controversy about molesters he’d be carrying his campaign to the public – naming names and shining a light into the hidden corners of the Tories.

    Instead the useless pr*ck seems to have disappeared – amazing for such a fearless sword of justice.

    Perhaps Lord McAlpine’s lawyers can throw some light on the situation

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  87. 442
    IMHO says:

    Comment for today:
    Some people thing its naff but you just can’t resist doing Air Guitar to this…

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  88. 459
    Benny Fitz-Clements says:

    She gets my vote even though it’s a typically desperate FibDem attempt to cling onto power#TOAST2015

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    • 471
      not a machine reloaded says:

      mmm loverly Sarahs word smithing works other way round

      Top liberal democrat is devisive and Immoral , says benefit cap

      Like

    • 490
      Dunclley says:

      “The government’s flagship plan to impose a £500-a-week cap on benefits paid to families has been denounced as immoral and deeply socially divisive in a savage attack by the former coalition minister for children and families. (SaraTeather)”

      I agree, £500 a week is immoral, it is immoral when someone working 48 hours on minimum wage of £6.19 will earn £297.12 per week.

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      • 494

        Immoral and socially divisive.

        Socialist buzzwords. It is clear which wing of the LDs she comes from.

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        • 498
          Living in 98 percent white Merseyside (with a view towards 99% white N. Wales) says:

          £500? So that means my £360 pw remains as solid as the Rock of Gibraltar.
          And I’m single and single household.

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      • 508
        Bhudda says:

        There is nothing immoral about that at all. In fact, it seems as if such a person has ample funds to find a roof, feed and cloth himself. Where the problem lies is the skillful manipulation of his psyche to make him feel that such an existence is improverishment due to the generation of insatiable desire

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        • 535
          Anonymous says:

          skillful manipulation of the psyche.

          a diversion from our natural thought process?
          ppl have to decide which side their bread is buttered.
          to be on side of ralaxing nature, or anxiety prone man.made.aberration.

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  89. 460

    So Cameron is going to control the internet now. He does not realise that most kids know how to work around any controls before they even know what porn is.

    Much better getting them outside playing sports or other adventure or learning activities rather than sitting in front of a computer all the time.

    This new measure is playing to the Mumsnet gallery without any prospect of substantive change occurring. What a peasant.

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    • 467
      Operation Crossbow says:

      Cameron can’t even control a 50 year old female MP who likes a testicle or two. I bet even his kids tell him to piss off.

      Like

      • 496
        White Van Man says:

        No doubt Dave and Samcam are thoroughly PC parents — “I really rather you didn’t stick those scissors into your sister’s arm” — “Mummy will be sad if you keep pulling the cat’s tail” — hence their kids correctly think they are pathetic weaklings like the rest of the illiterati libdum stupid feckers.

        Traditional families (that means one man, one woman, plus kids, Dave ) run on love, commonsense and the occasional deterrent mild slap — not all your PC bollux Dave.

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        • 512
          The Naughty Step says:

          They have probably outsourced the common sense to the nanny. Either that or they are adding to yet another generation of awful politicians’ children who will messup our democracy in twenty years time by expecting to pull strings to get life handed to them on a plate.

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        • 533
          Anonymous says:

          in terms of stability, familiarity and flexibility, is it possible to beat the extended family?

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  90. 461
    Lord McAlpine says:

    “Another option is for the businessperson to learn the art of dealing with the media, using all the tricks that go with that trade – such as the false defeat: when a person seems to lose, in order to gain public sympathy, or the false triumph: where a person seems to win in order to appear strong – thus giving credibility to any number of dubious propositions that person may wish to make in the future.”

    “Neither of these ploys are examples of the use of true facts, rather of false facts given to the media to chew on, much as a dog chews on a bone.”

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    • 463
      Lord McAlpine, p. 176 says:

      “”Another useful ploy is the false accusation.

      “First, create a situation where you are wrongly accused.

      “Then, at a convenient moment, arrange for the false accusation to be shown to be false beyond all doubt.

      “Those who have made accusations against both the company and its management become discredited.

      “Further accusations will then be treated with great suspicion.

      “Always remember that people’s memories are very frail, remembering only both the high spots and the lows of a person’s career, and then seldom remembering accurately.

      “People believe in the facts that it suits them to believe.”

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      • 466
        Tinfoil says:

        I know you feel aggrieved that you never had a chance, but you’ve had your double payout. Just let it go George.

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        • 479
          Anonymous says:

          strange that double payout. under the terms of his contract he would be paid double if he was sacked. so kinda rewarded for failure.

          George Entwistle got the sack, for inompetence.
          Lord Patten employed him or rather selected him for this role.
          Lord Patten has not resigned. is there no sense of duty when it comes to Lord Patten. It is said that the english should do their duty.

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        • 528
          Anonymous says:

          the world of D-Fame-Nation is here. In Hinduism D.Durr is Fear.
          if the origin of all languages is Sanskrit..

          D for Fear,
          F for Fear.
          N for No.

          is the structure of our language playing with our mind?
          no wonder fear resides in the bone.

          is the idea of a nation a notion?
          we have been played.

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        • 530
          Anonymous says:

          No you numbskull, these people protect themselves from exposure by threatening libel action and various other means of obstruction. Just like Jimmy Savile did on many many occasions and others continue to do.

          Or does all that go over your thick head?

          MI5 knew about the activities of Cyril Smith. Tony Robinson, a special branch officer with Lancashire Police in the 1970s described seeing a police dossier “thick” with allegations from boys saying that Smith had abused them. Smith’s dossier was kept in special branch headquarters in Preston with the words ‘No further action, not in the public interest. DPP [Director of Public Prosecutions].’

          Police now say the files have been ‘lost’. Sound familiar?

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          • Anonymous says:

            it is odd that it is reported that Lord McApline wishes for this issue that he is embroiled in to go away. It is also reported today that he may sue upto 10,000 people.

            It is reported that Lord McAlpine wants people to come forward and give him a voluntary apology. It is also reported that Lord McAlpine does not want to meet Steve Messham in order to receive Mr Messham’s personal apology.

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          • Anonymous says:

            should the subject of public interest now come into the spotlight?

            there seems to be a diversion between the ruling class idea of public interest and others.

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      • 472
        Anonymous says:

        “People believe in the facts that it suits them to believe.”

        this is true, but why so?
        is it our emotional bias.
        is it our wishful thinking.

        our bias exists as it suits us. so must be right for us. but can we see why this may be so and does it matter?
        we lack self awareness and hence the compensatory make belief world of wishful thinking?
        perhaps we are operating optimally to achieve whatever we need to, so why worry about very single fact out there? there is such a thing as relevance.

        everything appear to hinge on awareness and more precisely relevant awareness. On this basis is it possible for folks who are more aware to exploit those who are less. A very human phenomena.

        so the greater the awareness, the greater the quality of life.
        on that basis, why should anyone let go of what is relevant?

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      • 497
        The Land of the Politically Correct and Mendacious says:

        Dominic Lawson’s piece in The Sunday Times to-day is spot on(afraid can’t provide the link as I refuse to pay Murdoch’s paywall fee on principle)

        Those on the left both in politics and the media seem to throw reason out of the window at the mention of “Tory” and illogically equate them on par with Nazis in their minds…therefore ANY accusation concerning a Tory MUST be by definition ..true QED.

        In the case of Newsnight this ingrained unconscious view made a usually rigorous editorial team accept without question the accusations levelled at the suspect i.e. he is a Tory and lthat was enough in their minds to broadcast the accusation and for those on the left of politics to “tweet” and “re-tweet” the calumny against the gentleman in question.

        If this action that is being brought makes people think twice before rushing inanely to “tweet” or “re-tweet” or make what they perceived at the time to be “clever chirrupings” then so much to the good and for those that say this will neuter those sites like “Twitter”..not so it will just make people connect their brains before pushing that “Send” button although some people still seem to be willingly to keep digging themselves deeper and deeper into trouble rather than admit their mistake and come to an agreement.Those high profile “twitterati” would be the first to condemn others tweeting libel about themselves “

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    • 469
      Anonymous says:

      the idea of
      credit.credibilty.
      debt.obligation
      master.slave.servant are interesting.

      so one is credible if one is in credit.
      the west is in debt, so is it not credible any more?

      if the country is in debt, then what is the mainstream taxpayer obliged to do?
      royalty, charities and the elite are tax shirkers.

      if bliar is the master then who is the servant? the media.

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      • 501
        Money = debt says:

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        • 526
          Anonymous says:

          sadly have not seen the video (naste).
          however money is an IOU.
          I promise to pay the bearer….babablah.

          so, it starts with trust.
          it ends with a debt.

          so that fixation with money?
          The more money we have the more we compensate for absence of trust in our life?
          money is not an asset.
          it is a piece of paper. from a dead tree, it has no life. but we have spiritualised it. we must be seeking a psychological death of some kind, to start afresh.
          as a nation we have been rather good at getting rid of our assets.

          in terms of the promise, ppl do fulfil but only when it is relevant and appropriate to them. and it may never,

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  91. 462
    Abu Qatada says:

    Hamas deputy foreign minister Ghazi Hamad said there would be no solution to the conflict until The UK stopped military operations in Gaza.

    He told Sky News: “We want to achieve cease fire and truce but first we want Bradford to stop its aggression against our people.

    “If Gaza is not safe also Bradford will not be safe.”

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  92. 470
    not a machine reloaded says:

    crosby skills and knash …….. mmmmm

    Labour morphs back

    Janet Daly has a bishop Brennan moment about the legacy of “things can only get better” it was a D-ream after all even astro physics professors couldnt work out gordons quantum finance , its there only when i say it is ,best sell half the gold ,just to be sure …. oh well its only maths I would look a right fool if I had just been a lacky even with an ambient soundtrack and birthed stoned poverty .

    Daily politics round 2 of press freedom hits home (be a Jacob Brownesky type classic TV moment in years to come )in its delightful simplicity mmm so yer elected to represent the people and the people want free speech for exactly the same reasons as they did when they first won it .

    lord Tebbit ponders if he should have been cloned 50yrs ago , if he could have been elected instead of Harold Wilson we would have been saved from 3 labour busts including a visit to the IMF .

    We all await to see if Hamas have decided terrorism is soooo last decade and want to settle out at some beads and blankets and somthing resembling an economy .

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      Anonymous says:

      sadly the mideast appears to have a bone marrow issue. The only answer is a transplant. The resentment out their is now in the bones. so the pain and hurt is going to continue for really a considerable period. saudi’s are too quiet. not a good sign for a noisy region.

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        Anon says:

        There is, of course, another answer; leave the disease alone and let the patient die.

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        Silence is golden says:

        Having intervened to suppress the Shia in Bahrain, as well as in their own eastern provinces, they possibly have to work out how they can alight from the back of that particular tiger without being bitten.

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  93. 495

    Off to Villesse to get more bookshelves. TTFN.

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  94. 500
    albacore says:

    Has Fawkes dozed off into hibernation
    After too liberal a libation?

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    George Galloway says:

    Some Indian walked into the bar I work at tonight.

    “Treble vodka and coke please,” came the order.

    “That will be £4.80,” I said.

    “You’re the only barman who hasn’t asked for I’D tonight,” came the reply.

    “Well I can tell from your facial hair you’re definitely over 18,” I replied.

    That’s when she stormed off.

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  96. 503
    Nicky Griffin says:

    Morning fucktards. Have Israel and Hamas obliterated each other yet?

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  97. 506
    Blowing Whistles says:

    “They are all in it together”
    Simon Hoggart says as much in The Gruniad pg 20 Sat 17 November.
    Quote

    “More on the late Peter Morrison, the paedophile who was also Margaret Thatcher’s parliamentary private secretary. Graham Nicholls, who ran the Chester Trades Council when Morrison was the local MP, wrote describing how he’d often met Morrison, who was by the 1980’s pretty well constantly drunk.

    “After the 1990 general election, I attended a meeting of Chester Labour party where we were informed by the agent, Christine Russell, that Peter Morrison would not be standing in 1992. He had been caught in the toilets at Crewe station with a 15-year old boy. A deal was struck between Labour, the local tories, the local press and the police that if he stood down at the next election the matter would go no further. Chester finished up with Gyles Brandreth and Morrison walked away scot-free. I thought you might be interested.”

    This was only a year and a half after his failed, boozy campaign to save Mrs Thatcher. Incredible that she – presumably – had no idea, and that such deals could be struck then”

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  98. 507
    Ed Millionaireband says:

    Ith thith the EUthceptic bandwagon? Thank heaventh there are no muthical inthrumenth on it.

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      Ex-Labour voter says:

      He hasn’t quite jumped on the Eurosceptic bandwagon – “However he rules out – for now at least – a pledge to hold a referendum on Britain’s future relationship with the EU” – Telegraph.

      This is even worse than the Tories’ pathetic position – not only will Miliband not hold an IN/OUT referendum (which is what most people want), but he won’t even have a referendum on our relationship.

      Ed’s obviously really happy for Berlin to have a veto over Chancellor Balls’s borrowing-plans.

      Fuck me sideways, just when you think Labour are going to win in 2015, Miliband opens his stupid mouth and fucks it all up.

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        The times they are a changing says:

        Can’t see him being bothered what his tribe thinks, he knows the braindead will still vote for him, last Thursday proved it.

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          UKIP.i.am.still says:

          Ed’ policy on Europe is that he thinks it is all fucked up and so the EU should have more powers to sort itself out – a bit like giving bankers more powers to sort themselves or the press more power to sort themselves out or the BBC more power to sort itself out, or the police more powers to sort itself out etc, etc.

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          • Anonymous says:

            if you think that Emu.Eu.whatever is God then you would say that.

            but then God is unlimited anyway.
            we are led.
            but is it appropriate?

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        albacore says:

        Camo and Mili, fraternal twins
        Makes sod all difference which one wins
        Oops. Forgot Clegg, that’s triplets they are
        With these Great Leaders, won’t we go far!

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  99. 514
    George Galloway (The Fat Controller) says:

    Trains are now running normally between Brockenhurst and Bournemouth following over-running engineering works

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    Mr Galloway says:

    ” I’ll waken you in the morning with a blowjob, then while you have a shower I’ll make you a big fried breakfast and in the afternoon, you can go to the pub to watch the football with your mates.”

    ” What a brilliant life,” I thought as I closed my book,said goodnight to the bitch I married and started to cry myself to sleep.”

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    Jungle Helen Cameron says:

    I am going to give 100% effort to sort out the EU budget challenge. I am not a quitter.

    (2 minutes later). Angela was a bit scary so I couldn’t complete the challenge and I got no stars so nobody in the UK will be eating tonight.

    But I did my best, honestly.

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    A Mossad Operative says:

    BBC reporter John Marshall sounds disappointed that Israel protects its civilians. Where did BBC find this guy?http://bit.ly/Q2zy6a

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  103. 538
    Larry Livingstone says:

    I reckon that Mombiot character is going to get his balls screwed off if everything I hear is true .

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  104. 543
    Blowing Whistles says:

    A “free press” your havin a laugh against the British public aint you guvnor

    http://order-order.com/2012/11/20/quote-of-the-day-541/

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Rob Colvile reviews Russell Brand’s new book:

“Oddly, the person I feel sorriest for isn’t Brand himself – although he certainly comes across as a rather pitiable figure, projecting his own brokenness on to the world around him – but Johann Hari. Drummed out of Fleet Street for plagiarism, the former Independent columnist has washed up as “my mate Johann, who’s been doing research for this book”. For a genuinely talented polemicist, it would have been a humbling experience to have to treat this sub-undergraduate dross as the scintillating wisdom of a philosopher-king.”



Mycroft says:

Have you read the last bit of Animal Farm?

You know where the animals are looking through the Farmhouse window?

My TV screen was that window at lunch-time today.

Be careful, the sudden self-congratulatory tone, the slightly pudgy outline of indulgence and you become exactly what you should despise.

The jolly face of the Quisling Cameron poses for your camera has mesmerised and deceived you, you who were once not so deceived.

You were no firebrand, you were a damp squib in my opinion, sorry.

You need a damned good kick up the ahse!


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