November 27th, 2012

Labour Orders Whole HQ to Rotherham

The pressure on Labour’s struggling Rotherham campaign has clearly not let up. Orders went out yesterday evening for HQ staff to completely decamp to the seat:

Where possible I want as many staff from our London head office to try and help in Rotherham. Given the distance, we are asking people to go up Wednesday, stay the night and be ready to get the vote out on Thursday.

Guido has a feeling that both the bookies and Labour are being over-cautious after the Bradford blindsiding, but the feedback on the ground can hardly be very positive if a broke party are pulling out every stop to try and retain what should be a very safe seat. All together now R-E-S-P-E-C-T…


202 Comments

  1. 1
    Peter Grimes says:

    With moving so many resources Slippery Lee Grasper more likely to win N. Croydon. What a turn up!

    • 16
      Anyone but a Brit says:

      Be afraid, be very afraid. Ed Balls approves the apointment of Mark Carney.

      I find it impossible to believe that there were no capable Brits available and I am rather sceptical of those who believe only foreign blood can do the job.

      We have been through this before when Micheal Edwards was imported in from South Africa by a Labour government to save British leyland as and look what happened then.

      • 53
        Grumpy Old Man says:

        There are doubtless some very capable bankers of UK origin, but they have all been covered with the shit from the Brown-led Banking Disaster of 2008 and it’s fall-out so lack credibility. At least Mr. Carney is not an Enarque, but I have a suspicion he may be Keynes-led. Hopefully he is well-enough read to take into account that Keynes recommended QE from a position of surplus, not from a position of deep do-do which is Gordon’s legacy to the nation. We shall see.

        • 71
          T. P. Fuller says:

          Carney did OK in Canada. They were largely unaffected by the crash. Maybe he’s got his head screwed on.

          Interview on Toady this a.m. with Carney’s old economics tutor at Oxford, who got in a wonderful parting shot about Carney being aware of the responsibilities that “Gordon Brown misguidedly believed he had abolished” — made me chortle, anyway.

          • gordon shitte-brown says:

            they absolutely hated that didn’t they, the fucking weasels….couldn’t get him off the mic fast enough could they…fuck the bbc

          • Peter Grimes says:

            Can you remember what time that was on the Toady programme? My death wish doesn’t extend to listening to the whole, stomach-churning bollocks of Al JaBeeBa’s propaganda any more.

          • Gay Fawkes says:

            Oy vey! Will no one think of all the poor offshored landlords in London with -man, -witz names?

          • T. P. Fuller says:

            @Mr Grimes

            It was very early, about 5-10 minutes in, maybe the first interview.

          • Benny Britten says:

            Peter Grimes

            The interview was in the business news section in the 6 to 6:30 part of the Today programme. If yuo started at 6:15 you wouldn’t have to listen to the rest of the crap for too long!

          • Peter Grimes says:

            Thanks both, as you say, it cuts out some of the crap.

          • Public Sector Parasite says:

            I find it difficult to believe, with my fortunate lack of an education in economics beyond GCSE, that one man with an important sounding job title can make or break an economy.

        • 83
          Peter Grimes says:

          Brilliant summary, you Grumpy Old Git,

          Bravo!!

          I hear that several senior Barclays bankers who may or not have done the Libor fixing have been ‘let go’ on great terms provided they stay schtum. It’ll come out one day and Tucker will be burnt toast.

      • 56
        Pundit Too says:

        Interesting you mention Edwards.
        Another leading South African, chairman of a major corporation, surprisingly left for the UK. He lived in London and joined a prestigious golf club.
        Cutting comment on him at the club was that he was a giant in South Africa and a midget in the club.
        Carney is international so this should not apply to him. Would you rather have an idiot like Balls in power as the Chancellor or as the head of the Bank of England? Hope not.

      • 60
        Goldman Sachs says:

        STFU pleb. we own UK.

        • 73
          misterneddy says:

          Indeed, what worries me is that this guy is (A) former Goldman Sachs and (B) has the full backing of Ed Balls, Danny Blanchflower and the BBC.

          Those things automatically make me suspicious.

      • 68
        UKIP.i.am.still says:

        I find it hard to believe the best person in the world for the job would be British. What are the odds on that? Canada didn’t screw up in the credit crisis and a lot of that has to do with the Bank of Canada.

        • 77
          misterneddy says:

          And the fact that the Canadian conservative party cut state spending massively and put the economy on a sure footing. When labour were doing the opposite here.

          • Danger signals says:

            Quite right mr Ned, Canada was fortunate to have a Conservative government as was Australia, proper conservative governments.

            The fact that carney has the backing of Balls, the BBC and Blanchflower should be setting off thev warning sirens all over the land..

      • 97
        Gonk III says:

        Square steering wheels !

      • 112
        Gord Nobrown says:

        i’d have done it. It’s nearer Canterbury too for the ladies.

      • 150
        MB. says:

        I am surprised Balls has not tried to spin it to suggest he had something to do with Carney getting the post.

    • 28
      Maximus says:

      as many staff from our London head office to try and help in Rotherham

      The marxist fuckwittery about the transformation of Quantity into Quality remains the pious faith of the hopeless.

    • 44
      If Not, why not ? says:

      Has Thacker been suspended yet ?

      • 63
        Baroness Thacker to be says:

        I am the future under a Labour government.
        The situation that Labour HO has to come to my rescue is grossly overated.
        They will only get in the way like headless chickens.

      • 79
        T. P. Fuller says:

        I see from the blats that she gets £130,000 a year.

        FFS.

        • 187
          Anonymous says:

          plus expenses, perks, chauffeured car, generous overseas factfinding visits etc, pensions and the like, valued at $400,000.

      • 116
        Don't talk daft she is upholding the ideals of socialism and is a true hero of the left says:

        The view in the local Labour Council is that she has done nothing wrong but acted correctly to protect the children from a vile political philosophy…better the children should be sacrificed on the altar of multicultural political correctness than they be provided with a loving and secure home by allowing one single UKIP supporter to sully the unblemished record of Rotherham Children’s Department…who as many accept is foremost in the standing up for and explaining the cultural needs of the citizens of Rotherham

    • 47
      XXXxx says:

      It seems from Guido’s article that Respect is to Liebore as UKIP is to the Tories, I think both lots are running scared. Here’s song about being running scared just for the oldies,

    • 191
      Peter Grimes says:

      Fuggly Grasper out in the streets of Croydon town this afternoon on the top deck of an open top bus, shouting the odds that the dumb asses of Croydon should vote for him.

      I’m sorry to say that I threw up in the street but it went unnoticed amongst the other piles of vomit, excluding Grasper that is. Unless they do a DNA test I’m probably safe.

    • 200
      Grrr says:

      A few years ago I went on a Charity training course.

      It was like spending a a day in a N Korean re-education camp.

      A militant Guardianista woman told us about inequality and all that tosh.

      Finally (and this really is a true story) a Turkish woman could stand it no longer. She stood up and said.

      ‘This is a great country, anyone who wants to can work and succeed here’.

      There was silence, no one dared speak lest they fail the course, she sat down, and the Marxist propaganda started up again.

      My one day experience of Socialism in action.

      Of course – I didn’t work for the Charity – which was nothing more than a Marxist-front group, as so many of them are.

  2. 2
    genghiz the kahn says:

    Ballot papers for the election of Labour’s new leader will be posted to all party members on Thursday.

  3. 3
    Silent Bob says:

  4. 4
    Kebab Time says:

    will they be paid extra turnips?

  5. 5
    Grant Mitchell says:

    Leave it Phil, Rotherham ain’t worth it.

  6. 8
    Emo Phillips says:

    I love to play chess with bald men in the park.

    But it’s so difficult to find 32 of them!

  7. 12
    Anonymous says:

    Labour candidate Sarah Champion is a Common Purpose “graduate” like child snatcher Joyce Thacker.

  8. 13
    Steve Miliband says:

    Those postal votes don’t photocopy themselves you know

  9. 14
    its bleak in sunderland says:

    If Labour lose Rotherham,which I doubt,then the blame will lie directly at the Ledership for being pedantic over getting rid of Mcshame,they knew what was going on but didnt act so hopefully they will get what they deserve.

    • 37
      Peter Grimes says:

      Don’t be daft, their blind loyalty to ZaNuLieBor and their rank stupidity will see ZaNuLieBor returned in Rotherham.

      • 76
        Red Ed Millibandwagon says:

        Absolutely right.
        I totally rely on the gross stupidity of my northern tribal followers to vote for us again and again, especially if I keep paying them benefits.
        Deserters will be sent to Coventry by my union backers.

        • 89
          T. P. Fuller says:

          Do they vote Respect in Coventry, then?

        • 94
          Peter Grimes says:

          Whence they will ask for a transfer to Chelsea to be closer to their foreign- born tribes. Oh, and they get more LHA in Chelsea so it furthers ZaNuLieBor’s plot to fuck the UK.

    • 66
      shame says:

      If Labour retain Rotherham even after
      1 their MP was forced to resign for being a thieving Hunt
      2 the UKIP adoption scandal
      3 the cover up of child rape by cultural enrichers

      those who voted should be roundly condemned in the Commons as a disgrace to the country.

    • 180
      NE Frontiersman says:

      ‘Labour’s candidate Sarah Champion said Mr MacShane’s actions were “shameful” and she wanted to be the one to “bring respect back into Rotherham”.(BBC News)

      This, she could achieve.

  10. 15
    Rupert my Hero says:

    They don’t like it up em, by Gad Sir, they do not like it up at all.

    Gad,
    An anxiety disorder characterized by chronic free-floating anxiety and such symptoms as tension, sweating, trembling, lightheadedness or irritability etc that has lasted for more than six months

  11. 17
    Joyce Thacker says:

    Attention everyone not voting Labour:

    Pack a suitcase for your kids, we’re going to be busy in the next few weeks and the less time it takes us to pick them up the better.

    PS: This edict only applies to hideously white families. The rest of you can do what you want, it’s ‘cultural’ innit.

    • 20
      Joyce Thacker Child Snatcher says:

      Actually. Forget the suitcase. We’re planning on a BBC special to justify our position. They won’t need clothes….

      • 88
        BBC - Labour Says, Labour Says, Guardian states says:

        To our political handlers –
        Nothing to mention on Rotherham (or Savilegate) so nothing to report unless you win at Rotherham with a larger majority, then we will send out a clear message that we support you.

        • 100
          Julia Middleton says:

          Good!

          Keep leading beyond your authority. It doesn’t matter if you make mistakes, just keep networking with ‘like minded people’ wink wink.

    • 40
      Handycock (immigrant Trafficker) says:

      Joyce would you like a job in Portsmouth? You are obviously a professional local government officer with finely tuned political instincts, just the sort of professional we need down here. We have lots of immigrants and asylum seekers that I am proud to acknowledge that I have personally been responsible for bringing in. This would make your job most demanding, placing many of their children in politically correct foster homes. You will be well remunerated, about twice the salary of the Prime Minister plus pension add ons, and be working a 30 hour week with three months a year paid holiday. It will be necessary, as part of your terms of reference that you place them in foster homes that the parents rent from my boys, otherwise you will have a free reign. Please contact me in a week’s time when I will be back from important business in St Petersburg. Boaz

    • 45
      • 101
        Pundit too too says:

        Good grief no wonder the Liebor party are in panic mode.
        Respondent states:
        “We need to get Keith Vaz to summon Stone down to parliament, the Rochdale Leader has been told to present himself.
        Maybe Denis MacShane could arrange it”
        Difficult to believe that any sane person would believe that Vaz and MacShane have the ethical content to address this issue in other than a totally Labour baised manner.

  12. 18
    yours RESPECTfully says:

    i demand a judge led hosepipe ban

  13. 21
    Raving Loon says:

    Ingsoc vs Islamsoc

  14. 22
    genghiz the kahn says:

    At least there are some major delays building up on the South Yorkshire sections of the M1 this morning.

  15. 24
    Floodgate says:

    So why the fook should I a taxpayer or a business in the form of an insurance company be forced to subsidise the folly of those who live on flood plains or beside rivers which are prone to flooding because their ability to take a flood surge have been destroyed by development?

    And why is it compulsory for TV reporters to stand in a flood with brown dirty water all around him while the rest of the crew are on dry land with no floods behind them?

    • 42
      Peter Grimes says:

      The reporters, especially those from Al JaBeeBa, will be being paid a hefty premium to stand in the water.

      • 91
        T. P. Fuller says:

        Also, they are nitwits.

        • 198
          We do not like wimps. says:

          Nitwits ? have you strayed on here by accident? please you must get a lot more abusive and moronic or you will just be bullied out of the comments.

      • 109
        Cockadoodlekwak says:

        CNN specialise in that sort of showboating whenever a flood, hurricane, tornado etc is in the area. They must think that we think they soooo brave. Stupid tw@s.

    • 52
      Another Engineer says:

      I agree with most of that, although if the planning authorities were liable (personally) for costs due to stupid decisions then perhaps some of this would stop.

      You do have to remember, however, that there will be houses now being flooded that previously did not, because of changes to the catchment upstream, and not through any fault of theirs.

    • 55
      BBC Leftards says:

      We would do it with blue screens, but you won’t find us standing with the colour blue! Ugh!

      So in to the mud we go.

    • 61
      Mornington Crescent says:

      It’s worth it when the locals take offence:

    • 62
      Gideo says:

      Most of the houses being flooded right now were not built on flood plains. Many of those flooded are now under water because houses were built (and continue to be built) on flood plains. The water has nowhere else to go other than swamping houses that have been there for years and never suffered flooding before.

      This situation will only get far worse with Cameron and Osborne’s determination to alllow unrestrained house building all over the countryside to accomodate the millions of immigran ts coming here over the next few years.

      Osborne seems to think this will add to our GDP!!

      • 99
        UKIP.i.am.still says:

        Immigration will add slightly to our GDP. However what really matters is not GDP but GDP per capita. The greater the numbers sharing the cake, the less each person gets to eat. Dishonest politicians like the Liblabconners assume the electorate are gullible and are too stupid to realise that the country is going downhill even when GDP growth figures are around 0.2% p.a.

      • 156
        reverse GDP Logic says:

        It’s crazy thinking. The the ultimate pyramid selling scheme. A GDP that relies on an ever growing population means that the population must be ever growing.

        Why does GDP have to grow anyway? Keep it steady reduce the population and those left are better off and happier.

  16. 25
    Anonymous says:

    Rotherham is just a One Party State. The Labour Party needs to be liquidated.

    • 38
      ringarogga says:

      along with their thousands of brainwashed useful idiots in Common Purpose

      http://www.cpexposed.com/graduates

      NB This list is several years old. Many more recruits since then.

      • 50
        Frank says:

        Though they’re mainly concentrated in the public sector it’s clear from those lists that Common Purpose are also targeting private companies. Why does the establishment, inc Cameron, Yeo, Maude, the BBC, Guardian etc continue to back them

        • 128
          Archer Karcher says:

          “Why does the establishment, inc Cameron, Yeo, Maude, the BBC, Guardian etc continue to back them”?

          Because they all support Communist Purpose and it’s aims and ambitions.

        • 173
          Cornwallis says:

          I was told by my boss to take part in one of their year courses early 90′s (he wanted to ingratiate himself with the local authority). There were I think four of us from the private sector out of 20-we had all withdrawn from it after a month, seeing it as not only a waste of time and badly organised but also because of the brainwashing element.

          This left a ragbag of public sector people, self-appointed loudmouth community leaders (eg local muslim group), charity and voluntary sector people-course fees paid for by the local authority.Needless to say they all got on like a house on fire and ‘graduated’.

          As I remember it, CP was based on a scheme from the USA, which was designed to bring together likely future business/civic leaders within their cities to show them how their cities functioned and to involve them in its future. Good concept, but like so many things it got distorted by the UK’s left/liberal elite into something totally different and malign.

  17. 26
    Kebab Traffic News says:

    I saw a sign on the motorway yesterday that said ‘Sign not in use’
    So it was in use after all.

    • 31
      John Stuart Mill says:

      Or was it in the real metaphysical sense?

    • 57
      Synic says:

      Similar to Bath & North Somerset jobsworths recently erecting speed de-restriction signs at the top of a 1 in 4 steep single track narrow lane which also has a tight bend at the top.
      Polluting the countryside with fatuous ugly signage. Gross waste of taxpayers money.

      Cutting public expenditure are you Dave? BOLLUX

    • 136
      Driving is quite confusing says:

      I can better that….one motorway in the central Midlands there is roadside sign miles from the nearest exit/services saying “Tiredness Kills…Stop Now and Take a Break” a few yards down the carriageway is another one saying “Do not stop on the hard shoulder unless it is an emergency as you could be liable to a fine !”

    • 183
      Smig says:

      If you were not there to observe the message, the sign would be different.

  18. 27
    F5 says:

    Why does life have to be so confusing?

  19. 29
    Jumbo says:

    Hi Guido, FYI I’m at Dubai airport and the UAE apparently won’t let me access the Daily Star website! (It won’t let me see porn either)

    • 82
      its bleak in sunderland says:

      Good old Sheik Mohammed Makthoum!

      • 122
        Ultrasecret squirrel says:

        Yes, like many such places, you have to go to the Palace to get access to the right channels. I know cos I’ve been there and dunnit!

  20. 30
    Tom Catesby says:

    Ah… The sound of bricks being shat in the mornings!

  21. 32
    Grumpy Old Man says:

    Guido. ” All together now R-E-S-P-E-C-T… ” This is one case where the enemy of my enemy is definitely not my friend.

  22. 33
    retardEd Miliband says:

    I thaid to my activithtth, “Go to Rotherham!” and they thaid, “where’th Rotherham” and I thaid, “it’th in Thouth Derbythire”.

    They’re all thtanding in my offith, thcratching their headth. Thometimeth, I think I’m thurrounded by idiotth.

    • 46
      I don't nee d no doctor says:

      No, they are surrounding an idiot.

    • 48
      Well it's a thought says:

      I think you will find your the idiot, with no idea’s where places are, it was still in South Yorkshire last time I checked.

      • 68
        Another Engineer says:

        Ed doesn’t seem to be able to find South Yorkshire, despite his constituency supposedly being there.

        He’s got absolutely nothing in common with the locals of Doncaster, so why they vote for him I’ve got no idea.

        The same mentality as in Rotherham next door, I suppose.

        • 178
          Weird Ed says:

          I object to that.

          When I go there I alwayth wear my flat cap, eat Yorkshire Puddingth and fly my racing pigeonth.

          Aye ‘up lad…you thee…I really am a Tyke.

  23. 34
    Where are Tony Blair's Expenses says:

    Labour in a real panic as evidenced by their decision to pull out of the radio Sheffield debate.

    Labour are still likely to win will but Respect and UKIP will rattle a few cages and LibDems ( aka 5th Form debating society) will lose their deposit again.

    Will the Asian community vote for a centrally imposed candidate after their local man was turned down.

  24. 35
    Steve Miliband says:

    How will the constituency office cope? They will have to open both doors to the garage. At least they will have lots of laptops to use.

  25. 36
    Sarah ( a beard is for life not just for charity) says:

    “Labour Orders Whole HQ to Rotherham” Only because they heard they were giving away free children !

  26. 39
    Well it's a thought says:

    Don’t know what they’re worried about, the Rotherham braindead will still be voting for the red rosette not the inept corrupt political figures, you get what they vote for, who cares anymore, LibLabUconned us are the same party just different salesmen.

    • 64
      Tory Party RIP - killed by Camoron says:

      Have you seen the latest wheeze from Dave “I won’t wage war on the motorist” Camoron? Road tolls. He takes £46billion every year from motorists, spends only £4billion of that money on roads, and now says he’s planning to fleece us for more of our money, probably involving a Big Brother surveillance system, so beloved of the scum in the Labour Party.

      Dave’s Conservative Party is Labour with a different name.

      • 110
        Usual Socialist Economist says:

        We have to do something.
        Tobacco smoking is down and drink tax is peaking, so roads and transport are the only answer.

        • 139
          LabLibCon Socialist says:

          Tax, spend, tax, spend, tax, spend, tax, spend, tax, spend, tax, spend, tax, spend, tax, spend, it’s the only way to go, if we are going to get living standards down to third world levels.

  27. 43
    I don't nee d no doctor says:

    Is two face Ummuna going to Rotherham. Wear your £1500 suit if you are, so that the good people of Rotherham can see what labour stand for.

    • 67
      Where are Tony Blair's Expenses says:

      Send Milliband senior and let him explain to the good people of Rotherham how to earn £15k per day.

      Blair, Brown et al should all turn up and explain how to flip houses, prepare false invoices, acquire a property portfolio of ~ £12m starting with a small flat in North London is 12 years.

      I am sure everyone on benefits and minium wage in south Yorkshire will be fully appreciative of the advice.

      • 98
        Ed Milishambles says:

        In best public school tradition that should be Miliband major. Which unfortunately makes me a minor!

    • 70
      Lennie Goldberg says:

      That’s no way to talk about the ‘British’ Obama!

    • 74
      MC Chukky says:

      But I likez Garage innit!

      An me iz raggin da whitey bitchez, dey like dat in Rovrum town

    • 118
      Gonk III says:

      Armani boiler suit

  28. 49
    EdMiliband says:

    My Wunashun common purpose ideologies are very popular in working class areas! Coming from deprived Primrose Hill I understand their desires to rid us of predators and to intellectualise the proles!

  29. 58
    Do Nowt Dave the Downing street Doormouse says:

    Another £50,000,000 to be cut off the criminal injuries compensation fund
    while our illegal friends continue to use an open cheque book to pay gangs of expensive lawyers to try to avoid deportation !

    “We’re all in it together”

    • 86
      David Camoron says:

      £50 million is a lot of money. Why, it’s nearly as much as I give my beloved EU every day. Which should I cut? Criminal Injuries fund for British people, or EU membership fee? A no brainer, what what what?!

      And don’t you dare criticise my beloved immigrants. They enrich our society, which is why I’m bringing in as many immigrants as Labour did. And from January 2014, I’ll be bringing in hundreds of thousands more what what!

      Spiffing, eh?

      Toodle pip!

      • 131
        Spendthrift Dave says:

        £50 million is the Deficit incurred every 5 hours by my fecking awful goverment.

        Mere peanuts.

        • 144
          The Dave, Nick and Gideon Goon Show says:

          Gosh, that is rather a lot of money, we had better put up taxes to make up the difference. What possible harm could that do to the economy during a recession?

  30. 59
    Loopy Lou says:

    All the King’s horses and all the King’s men………………………………

  31. 81
    YorkshireLad says:

    The Rotherham will be like sheepthey are and vote as they always have done.

    • 119
      Screwed Taxpayer says:

      VOTE LIEBOUR — Get more Benefits. Do a bit of cash work on the side if you feel like it. Got house, kids, telly, car, fags, drink, holidays — the lot.

      More immigrants will come and do the crappy real work that has to be done.

      Who gives a shit if our politicians fiddle their expenses and create pretend public sector pretend jobs for their supporters.

      The BoE will keep forging money as required.

      The IMF will bail the UK out when required.

      What’s the problem. Perfectly logical.

      VOTE LIEBOUR.

      • 148
        The Dave, Nick and Gideon Goon Show says:

        You could re-write that entire post using any of the three main parties. They are ALL the same and are ALL following the same destructive socialist agenda.

  32. 91
    its bleak in sunderland says:

    Labour r holding back their secret weapons until the morrow enter McShame and Vicky Pryce!

  33. 107
    Where are Tony Blair's Expenses says:

    Warning to Con/Lib/Lab who think Respect and UKIP are fringe parties – have a look at the SNP. Everybody thought they were a bunch of loonies and now they are running Scotland.

    Don’t forget the Liberals, when Jeremey Thorpe ( he who had to explain who was the pillow biter in court) only used to have 5-6 seats 30 years ago

    • 111
      Brokeback Cleggy says:

      You can have my seat anytime you like, ducky.

      • 123
        Libdums are Cnuts says:

        Just lift your arse off the seat for a second, while I shove this roman candle up it.

    • 154
      misterneddy says:

      They may well be running Scotland (into the ground) but they are still a bunch of loonies in the SNP. It’s not the nationalism which makes them loonies though, it is the socialism that makes them loonies.

      • 184
        Huffy Auld Man says:

        Indeed they are socialists Salmond was a founder and primary speaker for the 79 group.

      • 194
        Fat Eck (Scotlands Nefarious Politician) says:

        We are not running Scotland into the ground, but rather driving it into the ground in a very controlled fashion!

  34. 129
    Ed Miliband (Prime Minister designate) says:

    As the Tory Bastards Manifesto for 2015 takes shape, it’s evident that a sinister disregard for the young, women poor & sick will feature prominently.

    Utter scumbags.

  35. 133
    Anonymous says:

    bollox karbonādes ir nosaukums, kas dots ar meiteni, kam patīk veikt orālo seksu vīriešiem, bet apmetas vairāk sēklinieku nekā dzimumlocekļa. “bollox” attiecas uz sēklinieku un karbonādes atsaucas uz dāmas mutē.

  36. 151
    Rt Hon Bill Quango MP says:

    Just listening outside the whips office. Someone is getting an awful thrashing.
    It’s a bit muffled but it does sound like Nadine is paddling George Young very hard.

  37. 158
    Moussa Koussa Mark 2 says:

    Are feeling Ok Borisido Boriswkes

    You haven’t had a Boris thread for at least 3 days..We can only wonder why !!!!!!!

    • 165
      Lobotomy works says:

      That’s a lot of exclamation marks even for you,TAT.
      Brining back SAS Snot !!!!!!!!!!!! .?

  38. 159
    Julia Middleton CEO Common Purpose says:

    I have used my common Purpose organisation on the whole of Rotherham.
    My party of useful idiots will win no problem.

    • 167
      Pippa Perfectbum (Ms) says:

      Kindly change your surname by deed poll. We Middletons have our reputations to consider

      • 169
        Julia Middleton CEO Common Purpose says:

        Before long I will Be chairman Middleton of the people’s republic of Britain.

  39. 163
    rothpol says:

    Reblogged this on Rotherham Politics and commented:
    One things for sure, they wouldn’t be doing this if they were winning?

  40. 168
    Proud to be a UKIP member says:

    The most racist party in Rotherham is, of course, the oddly named “Respect” party.
    Their candidate is an ethnically white Englishwoman who converted to Islam.
    George Galloway has exhorted Muslims to vote for her, saying that she is “pure” in the Islamic sense and thus deserves their support.
    Given that, in Rotherham, there are few ethnically white Muslims, but many ethnically P**ist**i Muslims, is this not a clear indication of vote gathering on a racial basis?

  41. 174
    Deep Froat says:

    Frankly there is no point in anyone in Rotheram getting out of bed to vote. The Postal Votes are already being manufactured and Labour won three weeks ago with 127.67% of the available votes.

    Thats the real reason why their candidate isn’t bothering to campaign over much.

    • 192
      NE Frontiersman says:

      ‘.. Labour won three weeks ago with 127.67% of the available votes.’
      I think you’re exaggerating: even in Walthamstow Labour could only get a 125% turnout.

  42. 175
    I don't nee d no doctor says:

    Patten is currently being questioned at westminster. Both him and the acting DG are spending the license fee payers money with aplomb.

  43. 182
    Baldy says:

    The BBC is currently running a two hour program extolling the introduction of Welfare by Labour. Is it a coincidence that there is a bye-election this week?

  44. 188
    Anonymous says:

    Good luck UKIP – but watch out for electoral fraud, both postal and in certain wards.

  45. 189
    Met Office alert says:

    DANGER – a horrible flood of red slime is rushing up the roads and railways from London to Yorkshire. An unusually high tide is expected in Rotherham later today.
    Parents are advised to keep their children behind securely locked doors.

  46. 193
    dogleg says:

    It’s sad but I can’t see anything happening other than the dumb people in Rotherham meekly ticking the box alongside the Labour candidate on the voting paper. Trouble is, Labour is so ingrained into them, they can’t break their habits.
    They surely can’t have been blind to recent events, but I don’t think enough of them have got the balls to vote for real change.

  47. 195
    fitzfitz says:

    Send for Cherie, lads : she’s good with ethnics, Rights, monetising Rights and all that …

  48. 199
    Winston Smith says:

    I’ve justb got back fromn a three day business trip in Germany. Why hasn’t anyone killed Joyce Thacker yet?


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Rod Liddle on the loony UN sexism special rapporteur:

“There is more sexism in Britain than in any other country in the world, according to a mad woman who has been sent here by the United Nations.

Rashida Manjoo is a part-time professor of law at Cape Town University in the totally non-sexist country of South Africa (otherwise known as Rape Capital Of The World).

Mrs Magoo has been wandering around with her notebook and is appalled by the sexist “boys’ club” culture here, apparently.

I don’t doubt we still have sexism in the UK. But is it worse than in, say, Saudi Arabia, d’you think, honey-lamb? Or about 175 other countries? Get a grip, you doolally old bat.”



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