November 29th, 2012

The Celebrity Inquiry


372 Comments

  1. 1
    National Socialist says:

    Where’s 8illy?

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    • 2
      Anonymous says:

      Oh the soft fucker will be along shortly with one of his inane comments.

      Care In The Community does not work.

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      • 7
        Lord Justice Poofy Boots says:

        His English has improved. He no longer comes across as a five year old.

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        • 9
          His Teacher says:

          6

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          • Anonymous says:

            That’s his IQ too.

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          • Anonymous says:

            Pair jailed for robbing Malaysian student by posing as Good Samaritans during London Riots are freed as convictions are quashed

            Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2240480/Pair-jailed-robbing-Malaysian-student-posing-Good-Samaritans-London-Riots-freed-convictions-quashed.html#ixzz2DdQUKL2G
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          • Plato says:

            It was all caught on CCTV?? They went through his rucksack and nicked his stuff while he was half unconscious??

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          • Ken Clarke says:

            They’re just little scamps! No one should be in prison! How wonderful these little scamps are out and about, scampering around their communities! They’re no danger to anyone!

            Chortle Chortle.

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          • Susie says:

            UKIP’s Rotherham candidate Jane Collins: Problem at Rotherham polling stations, Labour bully boys trying to remove any UKIP polling agents!

            There goes our democracy.

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          • They'll be coming for you next says:

            @Susie
            “Labour bully boys trying to remove any UKIP polling agents!”

            And the police are doing precisely nothing.

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          • The Beeb is not fit for purpose. says:

            No mention at all on the 10 o’clock news about the by-elections.
            story instead abot the ice sheets melting in Greenland etc. that could perfectly well have been run on another night.
            would it have been different had the Liebour and Libdum candidates been performing better? Of course it would.

            THE BBC IS ALEFT WING PROPAGANDA OUTFIT

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          • Maqboul says:

            @FFSFOFF

            You’re the poodle tat. Who cares that a bunch of raghead terrorists get their undemocratic little patch in the sand recognised by a collection of third world despots.

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          • Three Solid Wins - the people have spoken says:

            Cameron trying to think it was a good day to bury his judgement, and think no one would notice.

            Shows what a string puppet he is to Murdoch and his best mates, Coulson and that horsey cow, Brookes. Slags the lot of them are, maete!

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          • Julia Middleton says:


            Susie says:
            November 29, 2012 at 7:59 pm

            UKIP’s Rotherham candidate Jane Collins: Problem at Rotherham polling stations, Labour bully boys trying to remove any UKIP polling agents!

            There goes our democracy.

            In the recent US reselection the Moonbat Messiah had neutral election officals wearing pro-Obama stuff. Any sign of this in Rotherham?

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        Anonymous says:

        It took an eminent judge 18 months to hear evidence and produce a 2,000 page report; it took someone like PR Cameron less than 24 hours to read it and reject the important part of it.

        In that 24 hrs PR Cameron would have spent hours playing video games, slept, etc. Can anyone guess how many pages PR Cameron would have read?

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          Anonymous says:

          It’s OK. There will be an executive summary for Dummies

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          • UKIP.i.am.still says:

            Does it really take 24hours to read ‘the state should control the press’?

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          • Anonymous says:

            State already control the press this is why Andy, Brooks, etc are being in court. What the judge is trying to do is to make poor people who had the misfortune (like losing their kids) to get justice in a cheaper way so that these people will also get justices.

            This all started to come out because a rich man (Max Moseley) helped the poor to go and fight the press in courts.

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        • 46
          Another Engineer says:

          The length of time spent on something is not correlated with its usefulness.

          Just like the amount of money spent is not a measure of success.

          Unfortunately our not very esteemed ex-Prime Minister didn’t quite grasp that.

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          • Anonymous says:

            Cameron started an inquiry delay the problem. It had come up again so now he wants all party meeting even though they don’t agree on the fundamental point. All he wants is to delay it by few more months.

            Problem is, all these shit including fate of his friends like Brooks, Andy, etc are going to hit his face near election. Other big issue waiting to happen is LD MPs jumping to Labour to save their ass as otherwise they will lose their MP job. There will be Tory MP jumping to UKIP to save their ass as well.

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          • you keep saying the same thing..it doesn't make it right..but it is so obvious says:

            as Ronnie would have said…’there you go again’

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          • fitzfitz says:

            It takes only seconds to look up Devine Brown …

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          • GORDON McMENTAL McMAD says:

            He’s hardly going to change laws to suppress the very people that funded and got him elected , goes riding with , calls neighbors and are all his chums
            Cameron was in this deal upto his neck as was Hunt
            the enquiry was a lightly trodden cover up

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          Handycock (Teen Fondler) says:

          STATEMENT
          It is disgraceful that the Prime Minister seems to have rejected statutory regulation of the press.
          Many in my Party have been falsely accused on many occasions, of being sexual perverts for example. I, a distinguished politician as a case in point, have been lampooned and falsely accused by the media of fiddling my expenses, paying my dear wife £20,000 a year for doing nothing, being a pervert, chasing young girls for sex, traveling abroad at taxpayer’s expense for sex, being a Russian Spy, consorting with organised criminals in Portsmouth for personal gain and political donations and bringing in thousands of asylum seekers so that they could make millions from housing them and providing the planning permissions for such. I have also been accused of being a Freemason and all my illegal activities being so connected and that I have had my snout in the taxpayer’s trough since the age of 21. None of any of the above is remotely true, that is why I, the Liberal Democrats and the Grand Master will be strongly pushing for statutory regulation of the media. Boaz.

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    • 12
      Wart says:

      We can now expect to see him falling out of some nightclub with no knickers on, can we?

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        Common Purposegate says:

        Interesting debate on Iain Dale’s LBC programme tonight between Hacked Off stasi Steven Barnett and a guy called Thor from the Human Rights Foundation- who was totally against any state “underpinning” or regulation of the press.

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        • 164
          Anonymous says:

          It was Thor Halvorssen, who was heavily patronised by Barnett despite having years of experience fighting abuse.
          Halvorssen told Barnett he’d rather pick the first ten names from the phone book than have someone like him on an “independent” committee deciding which papers were allowed to be published or what the British public could read.

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    Lord Justice Poofy Boots says:

    Is the press going to set up an Irish model for regulation?

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      Allan D says:

      You mean one that makes no sense? Isn’t that what Leveson has proposed?

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      Many a post but not much quality says:

      Go on – what is the Oiorish model for press regulation? As long as you can spell properly you can print what you like? Wouldn’t suit the Grauniad would it.

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  3. 4
    Arthur Foxache says:

    Sooo will this report mean that newspapers will have to be truthfull….hahaha..sorry

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      Oh dear says:

      They were truthful about Huge Grunt’s shenanigans and Mosley’s whippy parties – that’s why they are making so much noise about regulating the papers.

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  4. 6
    Meanwhile says:

    What a waste of time, money, energy and political capital just cos a few tossers had their dirty little secrets outed.
    End of my huge rant.

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    • 10
      My fee not to follow says:

      It is never a waste of time and money to leave no stone unturned in the pursuit of blah blah blah

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    • 11
      Lord Justice Poofy Boots says:

      The trigger was Milly Dowler and the unproved believe that her phone had been hacked by NI ,but you have a point. Is this just protecting celebrities as opposed to the ordinary common folk?

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        Anonymous says:

        Personally i would have been more devestated at the information that came out in court about Mr Dowler, than the possibility (never proved) that the phone was hacked into.I have never understood the hysteria.

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    • 27
      Plato says:

      The laws to prevent this already exist, and have done for years. Nobody’s got the bollox to use them.

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  5. 15
    8illy 8owden, the world's greatist umplre says:

    So now Brian and Mr Jay (unknowingly or unwittingly) cross the line into celebrity.

    The snake is eating itself.

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      Alexandre Boris de Pfeffel Johnson says:

      It’s called an “ouroboros,” not to be confused with “Our Boris.”
      But you can call me “Bo,” or you can call me “Jo,” or you can call me Bojo”…

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    wycombewanderer says:

    Any investigation no matter how costly, how lengthy and how convoluted, which proves that Brown and Watson are fucking liars and that Morgan is an utter Hunt, is time and money well spent in my book!

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  7. 18
    8illy 8owden, the world's greatist umplre says:

    Carolyn Quinn’s presenting PM; hopefully that means Eddie’s on Newsnight.

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    I don't nee d no doctor says:

    The BBC spent all morning and early afternoon making up stories about the Leveson Inquiry and those associated with it. Are the BBC so stupid as to not realise this is what Leveson is on about. Where do the BBC get their jumped up reporters from, John Lewis rejects?

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      The savant8.5 says:

      There is no such thing as a john lewis reject .

      Unlike comet , blacks, clinton cards , woolworths et al the johnlewis people are a partnership thus they stand or. fall together.

      At the moment sir elton john says

      They re still. Standing ….

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      • 24
        I don't nee d no doctor says:

        The ones that fail to get a job at John Lewis!

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          Margaret Moran is a mentalist says:

          I lost my marbles and morals at John Lewis and ran a huge imaginary account.

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          • Mary Todd Lincoln says:

            During the American Civil War I ran up huge accounts in all the expensive shops. One of my sons had just recently died, and people chalked it up to the stress of that and the war. In the late 1860’s I ran up huge accounts at all the expensive shops again; people said it was from the shock of having watched my husband being murdered. In the early 1870’s, you guessed it, after a third son (the first had died in Illinois in the 50’s) croaked, off to the shops! That time, my surviving son had me institutionalized, three strikes you’re out. People knew I was just a spendthrift and didn’t really need a family tragedy to spark it. I was really just busting chops with those explanations. But once I had been diagnosed, it was easy for my son to get a conservatorship on me when I was sprung from the laughing academy, as now, everyone knew I was an adjudged lunatic. Then all the shops told me “fuck off,” in about as many words, because they didn’t want anything to do with me because I was a screwball.

            Not sayin’, Margaret– just sayin’…word to the wise, wink wink…

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    • 60
      JH1 says:

      You get a good standard of totty at John Lewis. Their Peterborough branch had an ex page 3 girl on the perfume counter for a couple of years. Fond memories.

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    • 105
      Anonymous says:

      They had Ann Diamond on, God knows why. Of course shes not pleased. Obviously thought Brian would say celebs are all saints and mustnt be looked at directly in the eye !

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      • 187
        EdButLookBalls says:

        That leftie twunt Carolyn Quim spent the most of Radio 4Labour’s PM propaganda broadcast harrassing invited Cameron sympathisers mostly Phil Hammond with pro-Leaverson comments about how nasty Cameron is in not giving into his recommendations and mentioning Dowler et al. God the Beeboids are getting really annoyed. Where is that fat cnut TWatson hiding, he is a massive lump of shite!!

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        Oh dear says:

        Wasn’t she the weakest link?

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  9. 19
    The savant8.5 says:

    Lord leaveusalone says. :

    My work here is done

    I m off to take a well. Earned five year break in bermuda .

    The itemised fee document ( in the legal world we do not stoop to calling it an invoice ). Has already been tendered to. The treasury and regardless of their ongoing financial incontinence i have stipulated full payment wihin. 30 days after. Which my chambers have been instructed to charge interest at five percent for each day outstanding

    Toodl. Pip

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  10. 23
    I don't nee d no doctor says:

    Steve Coogan, Hugh Grant, Tom Watson, John Prescott, and Chris Bryant.
    ITS NOT ABOUT THE MONEY, OH YEH.

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  11. 28
    NE Frontiersman says:

    BBC: ‘Press wreaked havoc..’
    Just the same illiterate usage as the Guardian’s; funny, that.

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      Tachybaptus says:

      Illiterate? Do you mean it ought to be ‘wrought’? ‘Wreaked’ is perfectly OK. ‘Wrought’ is an obsolete past form of ‘work’, as in ‘What hath God wrought?’ It’s increasingly used as a past form of ‘wreak’ and is acceptable now, but it isn’t compulsory.

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    A fine pair of lungs. I can PROVE it. says:

    What a waste of valuable time and money. What an utter fucking disgrace this. Levenson should be shot. Celebrity self interest is real motive here. Disgraceful.

    Labour want control over the press so that they can carry on with nasty smear campaigns without the press questioning their motives.

    The ordinary person is lost in all this. They just have to suffer in silence. While the the truth is lost in all the carnage. Unacceptable.

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  13. 32
    Mr Jay, Mrs Ed's boss says:

    I will now be representing showbiss…

    Lord Cashpoint (and proud of it) will assist me

    Just as Brian Levison has…

    We are all in this together…

    Yummy yummmmy…lots of yummy yummy….

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  14. 43
    Sarah Champion (Newly elected Labour MP for Rotherham) says:

    EXCLUSIVE:Guido Fawkes’ Blog “Order Order” won’t be part of a state licensed media

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      T. P. Fuller says:

      Any relation of the Wonder Horse, luv? I see a family resemblance.

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        Oh dear says:

        Yes, she was positively championing at the bit in her post election speech. Anyone know how many were postal votes? The Sky bod slipped that bit in right at the very end of his obsequious interviews, probably hoping nobody would notice.

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        • 372
          Anonymous says:

          Did anyone notice last night’s Question Time & the lady who said that she was asked to state her political agenda?
          An isolated error or an aid to predetermining support for Dimblebore’s & the beebs bias?

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  15. 44
    Rightallalong says:

    Miliband keeps using poor Milly Dowler as a political football to attack Cameron. He (Miliband)’s a disgrace.

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    • 124
      Anonymous says:

      Im sorry, but whilst it was dreadful that Milly Dowler was murdered why would the parents feel so distraught at the thought that a text message was deleted ? to me, my daughter being murdered by a nutter would be the main problem. I find the whole situation very odd. Its almot as though it was an excuse to get at the press over the reporting of the questioning of her father in court.

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  16. 45
    Common Purpose says:

    Our “graduate” Sarah Champion is mistaken about this point and is recalled to HQ immediately for re-training.

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  17. 47
    Call me Dave says:

    Guido,You fucking bellend..

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  18. 49
    Mad Frankie Maude says:

    Miliband’s imminent punishment beating will show exactly what happens to anyone who messes with the press consensus http://labli.st/YufAEX

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      its bleak in sunderland says:

      And of course there will beat plenty to beat him giing how unprincipled and hypocritical Liebor are and of course how deeply corrupt it is.

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  19. 52
    Meanwhile says:

    Thacker, whats happened to Thacker. Fuck all I bet.

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  20. 58
    Grammar Lad says:

    What a waste of time, effort and money.

    All these public school thickos looking up each other’s arse.

    What is to become of us !

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  21. 65
    Engineer says:

    If you ask a judge to run an inquiry, it’s almost inevitable that said judge will end up proposing a Law of some sort. Members of the legal profession think the whole world works by laws alone, and cannot comprehend anthing that doesn’t.

    There are many examples of things that work perfectly well without laws; boilers do not routinely blow up because they are designed, manufactured, operated and maintained to Codes of Practice and Standards drawn up by members of my profession for the precise purpose of ensuring that boilers do not routinely blow up. No laws involved, but it works; boiler failures are comparatively rare.

    The Press need to set up a sort of super-PCC as soon as they can, and one with real teeth, with representatives of press and lay public making decisions in it. The sooner they do that, the less chance of Parliament trying to regulate by Statute.

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    • 72
      Fred D. says:

      How many lawyers could you get in a boiler, I mean in a decent sized Lancashire, before they jammed up the safety valve.

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    • 115
      Labour...menadacious expedient sociopaths all of 'em says:

      it is true engineer you can’t trust an old boiler…witness harriet harman

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    • 117
      Woodbine says:

      How about a PCC made up of a citizen council selected by lot (like juries are) to oversee the whole thing? Each citizen spends 4 years in place and the council could take decisions as to whether to fund prosecutions against the press on behalf of people defamed or harassed?

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  22. 69
    Jimmy says:

    This site is now running ads for Hacked Off. You have to hand it to them: they are consistently unprincipled.

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  23. 71
    Operation Crossbow says:

    So the government reckons we need to cut energy use by 40%. They go on about making savings, but forget they want to build at least 2 million new homes. Any savings made will simply get eaten up by more house building and even more immigration.

    They really don’t get it do they?

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  24. 73
    its bleak in sunderland says:

    Can I suggest in the wake of the Leveson report that we scrap IPSA and set up a totally independent MPS expenses and allowances watchdog free of any participation or influence of the Houses of Parliament with maybe a Taxpayers Alliance rep and a private sector accountant who lives and has worked in the real world to deal with the delusionists who inhabit Parliament

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    • 203
      T. P. Fuller says:

      “Can I suggest in the wake of the Leveson report that we scrap the Houses of Parliament”

      Fixed it for ya.

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  25. 75
    David Cameron says:

    I am setting up a Committee of Enquiry to look into the findings and propsals of the Leveson Report.

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  26. 77
    tossers says:

    I still want the press to report when Hugh Grant gets a dodgy blow job from a hooker.
    Those stories are always fun to read.

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  27. 79
    Just Asking says:

    This applause, was it before or after he answered questions ?

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  28. 81
    Ken Dodd Still Gives Leveson Nightmares says:

    I think Ken Dodd had this dickhead sussed out from first sight.

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    • 86
      its bleak in sunderland says:

      Yeah he couldnt put one over Dddy,you have to hand it to these Scousers,How tickled I am

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  29. 82
    Operation Crossbow says:

    I see Alistair Campbell is all over the BBC once again. I caught him on Radio 5 today with Richard Bacon, it was vomit inducing bile from Bacon

    ” Oh Alistair”

    “Alistair” *** swoon***

    He couldn’t have forced himself up Campbell’s backside any further if he tried.

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    • 97
      All these bad dreams I get seeing mutilated bodies in Iraq says:

      time ‘hic’ for another ‘hic’ drink

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    • 111
      Anonymous says:

      ah yes, 45 minutes per thrill camp.bell.
      does it ever end?

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    • 134
      Anonymous says:

      Richard Bacon is one of the luckiest people alive, as he is useless as a presenter, i dont know why they keep him on.

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    • 163
      Biased Broadcasting Corporation says:

      He was absolutely outraged that the Prime Minister had decided to go against Leveson, absolutely outraged. He said ‘the Prime Minister is afraid to stand up to the press’ or some such bollox.

      Yes, how dare our Prime Minister go against the Left Wing Consensus at the BBC.

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      • 171
        Common Purposegate says:

        Campbell was also spouting his bile on the One Show.
        But the more he fronts the pro-state regulation movement, the more the British public will remember how thousands of our soldiers died because of his lies about WMD.
        Chris Bryant and Charlotte Church on Question Time.

        It’s time those against state control got properly organised.

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  30. 84
    Operation Crossbow says:

    The press have always been in the pocket of the politicians. Any hack who doesn’t do as they’re told gets frozen out. If you’re a Westminster hack and no one will talk to you, you’re stuffed.

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  31. 85
    Operation Crossbow says:

    Is’nt it amazing how the BBC loves to give airtime to discredited Labour dross?

    Jacqui Smith (always doing specials for the BBC and never off the TV)

    Tony Blair less said the better

    Alistair Campbell shouldn’t he be in the Hague awaiting trial?

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  32. 89
    I don't nee d no doctor says:

    Channel 4 News under the leadership of John Snow are twisting the Leveson Report to suit their own agenda.

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    • 128
      why watch 4 ones enough says:

      they flew the hugh grant puff piece last night didn’t they ? snow is a snide sneering leftie regardless of subject matter … ITV’s version of john humphrey crossed with roland rat

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  33. 94
    Ed Millionaireband says:

    Oh the Leveson Report will allow me to say one thing and do another. I shall order my troops to vote against Cameron, even if what he says is right. My bandwagon knows no bounds.

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  34. 99
    fitzfitz says:

    Let’s refresh our memory of Devine Brown … while we await UN regulation of the internet – safe, transparent, fair : just like Mugabe.

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  35. 101
    fitzfitz says:

    Does the Clegg Statute say that we cannot mention Devine Brown now ?

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  36. 108
    GOD HELP US ALL...... says:

    London riots: ‘Mugging’ verdicts quashed

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-london-20546543

    Get on this Guido. Surely we can’t let this be brushed under the carpet during today of all days. Good day to bury bad news eh?

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    • 110
      its bleak in sunderland says:

      Why were the convicions quashed?

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      • 120
        GOD HELP US ALL...... says:

        ??????? Exactly. There is video evidence…….

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        • 192
          It's all about identification says:

          It would appear that their is insufficient credible evidence that the two individuals convicted are the same two on the video.

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      • 194
        How many times have you been told? says:

        It’s enough to turn people against trial by jury – just think of the money that a judge-led criminal justice system would save in these straitened times.

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    its bleak in sunderland says:

    re covictions

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  38. 113
    fitzfitz says:

    Clegg’s Statute will make it clear just what can be printed and what not … fair, transparent, correct, corrupt & putrescent.

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  39. 116
    Question Brine says:

    Tonight’s Question Time actually promises to be a boisterous affair for a change. On the panel are Patrick Mcloughlin, former NOTW editor Neil Wallis, Charlotte Church, Simon Jenkins and Chris Bryfronts.

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  40. 118
    Dick Scratcher says:

    Lord Leveson and a load of fucking celebs.

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  41. 121
    Fact Hunt says:

    Why has it taken 18 months and feck knows how many £ms to come up with 2000 pages which tell us precisely what anyone with a modicum of common sense knew all along?

    Politicians will get into bed with anybody who can enhance their career.

    Plod aren’t averse to a brown envelope now and then.

    Editors will do anything to sell papers.

    Gordon Brown needs sectioning for life.

    Bunter Twatson can dish it out but can’t take it.

    If Millionaireband was any more lightweight he’d float off.

    Spineless Dave couldn’t judge a dog show.

    Hunt is a smarmy git who will get his with a bit of luck.

    Clegg is a pointless twat.

    A plague on all their fucking houses.

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    • 126
      Joss Ayinglike says:

      Brilliant precis !

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    • 133
      Brian Leveson is a retard says:

      And why was the report released as 2,000 pages (x however many copies), when it could have been released as a “save the tree” PDF?

      Could it be – as we all suspect – Brian Leveson doesn’t quite ‘get’ the Internet?

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    • 140
      One hundred and eighty. says:

      Think you covered that quite well, how are you on doing the Lotto?, I reckon you could get the 6 numbers.

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      • 314
        Oh dear says:

        .. at odds of just over 175 million to 1. Better to save your money or buy a packet of fags. Starve the beast, remember!

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  42. 131
    Labour says:

    We believe in a state regulated press. Especially when we’re running the state.

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  43. 138
    MILF Watch says:

    Maria Miller is milfy. She’s got that prim and proper school teacher/librarian exterior that hints at raunch underneath.

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  44. 141
    Don't want to same as the Edinburgh Labour Voting Dogshite says:

    So we are stuck with the Status Quo. Same old tripe.

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  45. 143
    Met Police says:

    We’re delighted that the report today found no evidence of corruption in the police. We must dash now. We’re going on a staff outing to a health spa for massages with happy endings.

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  46. 147
    Silly Sally B13 COW says:

    A great day to bury bad news….#pass thesickbucket

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  47. 150
    Don't want to share the same air as the Edinburgh Labour Voting Dogshite says:

    I despies the hypicritical t*rds that are Labour. I fucking despies them.

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    • 182
      Bumboys and nonces says:

      You might want to ask for a dictionary for Christmas.

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      • 278
        Sally Websters Dictionary. says:

        We have a nice range available and now I am out of the jungle I am sure we can provide you with the perfect one(a bit more relaxed now but still trying to get the fake tan off.)

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  48. 151
    Sarah Bigcow says:

    I totes promise 2 behave myself this time! *innocent face* Gr8 2 b bak! *cum face*

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    • 152
      Oops says:

      Sorry, of course it should’ve said Sally Bigcow. You must excuse me, Sarah Brown and Sally Bercow both spout so much shit on twitter, it’s easy to get them mixed up.

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      • 188
        Bumboys and nonces says:

        If it’s any help, Sally is the one who likes to take it up the shitter from a big strapping pikey.

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    IMHO says:

    IMHO. I think Leveson got it right and the Tories got it wrong. But at least they are not behaving like hypocrites unlike Labour who want control of the press for their own political ends. Faux outrage about Dowler in my view. Labour wish to silence their critics in media.End off.

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  50. 158
    Sunking says:

    Trevor Caravan Editor of Sun failed to make a point because he is far too busy sucking on Labour’s cock.

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  51. 159
    Hank the Cat says:

    Fatty Watson, still keeping a low profile, well as low as a fat bastard can

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  52. 162
    Spazzy Student @Edinburgh Universiry says:

    Jog on Tories.

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  53. 165
    lupus lupus says:

    A bad moon rising.

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  54. 169
    Meanwhile says:

    A 15-year-old Afghan girl has died after she was set upon by two men, who hacked her head part-way off, because she rejected a marriage proposal.

    Ah dontcha just love muzzies and the religion of piss.

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    • 173
      Joyce Thacker says:

      We should respect their culture.

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      Labour's Ministry of Truth says:

      Stories like this are forbidden under section 38 of our press law.
      Jackboot soldiers are on their way.

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      Yup, just when you think that particular ‘culture’ cannot get more bestial, something comes along to tell you ‘ oh yes it can’.

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        All Religions are Total Bollux says:

        The Mooslim attitude towards women is disgusting. Just don’t forget the Crusades and Inquisitions and all the other torture and murders committed by the Christians over the centuries. a minor detail, but the C of E’s men in skirts’ supporters have just rejected women from joining the Bishop Pricks.

        All religions are based on sky fairy stories with belief frequently enforced by lethal violence.

        Religion is a major curse on mankind.

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    • 266
      JH1 says:

      I heard Egyptian women can no longer walk the streets without being molested.

      Even if they wear a Chador, they are fair game if it is ‘too tight’.

      Backward little fucks, so sexually repressed and messed up. Leave them about 1000 years and check to see if they have evolved a bit.

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      • 323
        Heil Mary says:

        That’s what happens when you chuck out an effective dictator. Look at Iraq and, very soon, Syria. Lots more blood and gore to come in the next few months.

        PS: Why do the muzzies always blow lots of other muzzies up on Fridays?

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  55. 186
    Nurse says:

    Now Gordon – it’s all over now! – calm down – and stop pushing things in your botty! We’ve only just got botty better from last time!

    Like

    • 242
      The Permanent Solution says:

      Here Gordon — hold the pin with your right hand and shove this grenade up your arse with your left hand. There’s a good boy.

      Nurse is just popping out for a minute, but won’t be long.

      BOOM !!! Hooray, Hooray, That’s better now everyone, isn’t it?

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  56. 189
    Sir Brianony Henry Leveson PC QC says:

    Is it all over yet?

    *Spies overflowing ashtray and wonders whether to empty it, or not….*

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  57. 190
    Meanwhile says:

    Ben Curran‏@CllrBenCurran

    Intrigued by #Leveson? @tom_watson will be in #Sheffield discussing #Murdoch on 6th December. Free tickets here: https://tomwatsonmp.eventbrite.com

    An event to be missed.

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  58. 198
    Silly Sally B13 COW says:

    Binge fuelled bilge to follow later…………

    https://twitter.com/SallyBercow/status/274265396226428930

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  59. 204
    ah! monika says:

    Jimmy Savile investigation: Man in his 80s questioned.

    Come on Sally. Who’s trending

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  60. 209
    nellnewman says:

    I entirely agree with David Davies view that putting parliament in charge of press control would be putting the fox in charge of the hen house.

    I have no doubt MP’s want it – they are prevented at the mo from claiming max expenses etc for fear of being exposed in the press. If they could just control the press they could go back to claiming £100k a year for 1 bed flats without fear of public exposure.

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  61. 214
    Saffron says:

    Any attempt to use statute law to govern the press is the thin edge of the wedge which leads us onto a totalitarion country.
    Remember folks the USSR,could the press such as it was speak freely no it could not,only PRAVDA the state propaganda media could do that and guess what they did,well they followed the party line.
    Now we have Red Eddy/Libdumb Cleggyeuroboy in favour of press control via statute law.
    These common purpose/europrat politicians are a disgrace seeing that they are involved in political gain and nothing else.
    I for one don’t blame Cammoron in that he would not like to be the PM who goes down in history as the guy who brought in statute law to control freedom of speech.
    Freedom of speech is one of the pillars of a democratic society once you lose that you are on the slippery slope of state control of everything,ie: common purpose,the state will run your lives and you will have no say.
    Tell you what folks I want no part in this kind of government.

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      ah! monika says:

      Instead Cameron will go down for State control of the price of Booze.

      Needless to say 45p per unit will not affect champagne.

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      IMHO says:

      The really bad news is that we have already lost freedom of speech for the ‘little’ people, certainly on the MSM anyway and more importantly in everyday life, I’m sure that am not alone in having to mentally check the the tick boxes to ascertain what I am about to say will be considered politically correct before even opening my mouth in public place, or maybe I’m just old fashioned and in need of a Common Purpose course of rehabilitation, walk about with an Ingsoc graduate badge.

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      • 238
        nellnewman says:

        Sweetie you are spe@king freely on the internet in the UK. Speech is still free and they will struggle to gag the internet!!

        That is the elephant in the room here!!!

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        • 285
          DL George says:

          Not true though Nell.
          How many people have been arrested for non ‘pc’ conversations on Twitter / the blogosphere recently? ‘Anonymous’ posts protect nobody, Labour saw to that with it’s multi billion pound project to spy on our internet habits.

          PC culture and laws flow from the influence of ‘Common Purpose’, the very organisation behind ‘Hacked Off’ with key players influencing the Leveson inquiry from within. Dangerous.

          Fingers crossed Cameron will stick to his guns and tell comrades Clegg and Milliband to f*** right off.

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          Heil Mary says:

          Auto, modbots do quite well at hampering freedom of speech, or “disappearing” posts like the Argies used to do with unwanted prisoners a few years ago.

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  62. 215
    Operation Crossbow says:

    How interesting that the BBC are wheeling out the ‘z list celebs’ to spout the bile about the press once again, despite the BBC being told that the whole Leveson thing has been hijacked by Hugh Grant and co.

    The BBC love a lefty luvvie

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  63. 217
    Herman van Rumboy says:

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      stroppycow says:

      Playing to a packed house I see.

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      • 224
        UKIP.i.am.still says:

        Be fair. These Eurocrats can’t afford the time to do any work when they have all their perks and fiddles to exploit.

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      • 243
        nellnewman says:

        That will be a Friday afternoon. They queue up thursday nights to log out afte a ‘full’ week and then claimm max wages and expenses for doing nothing

        the kinnochios of course only appe@r very rarely in the EU whilst claiming max expenses , wages and pensions.

        The Great EU scam!! But at least DanHan was there still working.

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  64. 219
    mraemiller says:

    “Why was Leveson clapped earlier?”

    It is cutomary for an audience to clap at the end of a comedy routine.

    Just been having an equally funny conversation with Dr Eoin Clarke on twitter.
    Apart from the fact that a blogger who’s just had to apologise to Lord Ashcroft probably shouldn’t be throwing stones at newspaper editors …he also informed me that I am wrong to think that McCanns are slightly self publicising

    “Anything but compassion is difficult to fathom”

    Welcome to the future…

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      ah! monika says:

      Seed the applause and the sheep will follow. But know not why.

      Like

    • 231
      IMHO says:

      Sign of the times, the first sympathy multi-millionaires.

      Like

      • 334
        Heil Mary says:

        If little Davy Millitwit had been present he would have asked them why they were clapping when they had just been told they should have their freedom to report interfered with by degenerate politicians. Nowt as kwear as folk.

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  65. 222
    UKIP.i.am.still says:

    Will Jeremy Hunt now be able to make use of statutory regulation seeing as he has been shown to be an innocent victim of media persecution?

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    • 265
      An unemployed spad. says:

      Unt ,innocent,victim/? you are aving a laugh missis unt.

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    • 286
      DL George says:

      There’s no way on Earth he’ll raise so much as a peep.

      A real court of law in a libel case is highly unlikely to be as gobsmackingly blinkered as Leveson.

      There is so much data out there regarding Hunt and the Murdochs He’d be well advised to stay hiding behind his tree.

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  66. 232
    Operation Crossbow says:

    Sky News have turned over a stone and found Kelvin Mackenzie for the paper review at 11:30. Should be good for a laugh or not, wonder if he’ll be pissed as usual?

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  67. 233
    Anonymous says:

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  68. 234
    Alyingstare Campbell says:

    Being lying through my teeth all day now; going to need a new set of dentures soon.

    Like

  69. 237
    Bob Fleming says:

    After months of tedious interviews and millions of tax payer cash flushed down the drain I guess Leveson couldn’t just conclude that the status quo was actually ok

    Like

    • 246
      IMHO says:

      I would love to know the number of people that could hold their hand up and say in all honesty that they had actually waded through all 5 volumes, my guess would be 3, Lord Leveson, his proof reader and a geek from the Planet Zog.

      Like

  70. 239
    Mad, Bad & Dangerous Gordon McRuin ( Member in absentia ) says:

    Turned up to work for first time in yonks. Got completely mullered. Shan’t be bothering again for another year.

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  71. 240
    Hold the front page says:

    Who cares? Few people read the so called press before, and no-one .will read it in future. There will be a big regulator with nothing to regulate- a new job for Phat Pang Patten.

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  72. 244
    Cwispy pants Bwyant says:

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    • 253
      Anonymous says:

      Watch out Cwispy, that new pretty boy Bowls got a lot of TV coverage yesterday. Looks like your stage is being upped.

      Like

  73. 247
    nellnewman says:

    hughgrant really is largely discredited as is charlottechurch not to menton vice cable and gordon!!

    Of course the press did wrong but as leveson has now proved it was across the board and folks like piers are as much to blame.

    Suspect it was much to do with that 13 years of labour who preferred spin and smear to transparency and honesty, were what mattered!! You listening tomwatson – you right hand man of gordon?!!

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    • 336
      Heil Mary says:

      “You right hand man of Gordon”.

      Come on Nell, surely you can find a sharper jar of vitriol in the kitchen!!

      Like

  74. 247
    Anonymous says:

    So much meejia time devoted to subject the vast majority do not actually give a toss about.

    You are talking to yourselves. Nobody cares.

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    Operation Crossbow says:

    Hmm, Twitter abuzz with another well known celeb being ‘spoken to’ by police re Savile stuff.

    Like

  77. 256
    nellnewman says:

    Did leveson investigate bliars and alicampbells links with news international?

    Does he have anything to say about THAT pyjama party at Chequers (Sorry Churchill!!) between the browns and the murdochs?

    No thought not!!!!

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    • 303
      The BBC....it's what we do says:

      As far as BBC is concerned Leveson was all about accusing the Tories of too close links to Murdoch anything else is NOT relevant..of course it’s in their interest to try and get the spotlight off their own failures

      Like

  78. 260
    QT Audience Rigged says:

    Audience member on QT reveals she was asked by QT “what my political agenda was?” before they would let her on the show! Confirming what we all thought that the producers pack the audience with the lefty pc brigade in their image.

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  79. 261
    nellnewman says:

    So what’s the BBC take on today?

    Rotherham ByElection – what’s that?

    Rotherham UKIP Childcare Scandal – what’s that?

    Leveson’s suggestion that press should voluntarilhy adopt new atandards – what’s that?

    The beeb not good at balanced journalism!! Not good at all!!

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    • 270
      Unimpressed. says:

      Too much to drink(or smoke ,or whatever) does not help when commenting.It begins to show with the garbled utterances and spelling mistakes,time to pack in for you.You know who you are.

      Like

    • 271
      Bob Fleming says:

      @Nell Thank god for Masterchef

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  80. 268
    Tom Fatson says:

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  81. 272
    Cooky says:

    Tony Blair is a bigger tosser than Leveson – not sure anyone else is though.

    WTF is he doing putting politicians in charge of the press?

    Wanker.

    I remember when the judging exams were noted for their rigour; not so any longer, apparently.

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  82. 273
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    Dave Figgley says:

    Ha ha, sunshine. Get a life, mate!

    Must dash – I’m feeling rather sleepy at this point in time.

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  84. 277
    Bob Fleming says:

    I don’t often get angry but Leveson – predictable BS – total waste of time and money. And he probably thinks he’s done a good job. Huge Grant and co – wind your necks in, quit the faux outrage, the public don’t give a flying f*ck

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  85. 279
    Mad Maggie Moran says:

    Mary Todd Lincoln was suspected of suffering from a bipolar mood disorder which if correct explains the shopping sprees. Margaret Moran is not suspected of suffering from bipolar. She is categorized as having severe depression which should mean the she wouldn’t be able to get out of bed to buy a pint of milk let alone go on the spending sprees real or imaginary. The woman is a liar. She was unfortunately unable to fool the nut doctors into diagnosing bipolar. If she did she would have been laughing at all of us right now.

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  86. 280
    Jimmy's Rightie Quote Of The Day says:

    “I’m so angry. Ukip are like us, but they just lie about it.”

    Marlene Guest, Beeyenpee candidate, Rotherham.

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    • 290
      The National Socialist party says:

      I’m so angry. The Labour party are just like us. They just lie about it. They want state control so they can fiddle their expenses and keep their crimes out of the press.

      Like

    • 291
      UKIP.i.am.still says:

      Imagine state control of the press under a BeeHenPea government.

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  87. 281
    albacore says:

    When you get down to the nitty-gritty
    In principle it’s a crying pity
    If the freedom of the press is in doubt
    Yet what do we see, day in and day out?
    The press exposes the state’s villainy
    And all folks do is grab a cup of tea
    The press might well be as free as a bird
    It’s a dead duck if what it says ain’t heard

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  88. 288
    Forget about all the Leveson b*ll*cks says:

    LibDems come 8th in Rotherham…8th !!! LOL

    Meanwhile UKIP vote increases in ALL 3 by elections as they storm to 2nd in Rotherham with a 16% swing

    Give us THAT referendum Dave

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    • 304
      The Coalition says:

      If only we’d kept our promices on tuition fees and the referendum, we wouldn’t be in this mess right now. Who knew that the public hate being lied to?

      Like

      • 306
        Where's The Chilcot Report ?? says:

        Not JUST the Coalition …… Labour did its share of lying big time in the 13 years it was in power and you can’t get more serious than lying over the reason for taking the country to war …….. THAT dwarfs ANYTHING Cameron & Co have done or likely to have done

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        • 335
          Middle-aged says:

          You might think so, but the lies over the Iraq war is ancient history for many first and second time voters. They have no idea who Blair was andespecially have no idea what a proper, honest government is like. I can barely remember a time of competent government in this country myself, come to think of it.

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  89. 289
    UKIP.i.am.still says:

    This lust for state control isn’t about Millie Dowler and Kate McCann. Existing laws and truly independent regulation will sort those issues out.

    No this is about Dennis McShame and Chris Huhne. Its about revenge for the state being shown to be corrupt with MP expenses. Its about hiding the corruption in the police (as seen with Hillsborough and press bribes). The police have been white-washed.

    A vote for state regulation of the press is like a vote was for the Common Market. It is letting the genie out of the bottle. It is the thin end of the wedge.

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    • 296
      gramma says:

      Good points. A brief glance at Friday’s newspaper headlines would suggest Cameron had legalised baby-eating .
      Where the media and police have shown failings some more dramatic than others in ignoring relevant facts, or conversely stoking the fires for promoting trivia, the n*gg*r in the woodpile for the general public as opposed to the sheep, is the major distrust of politicians and celebrity for their incestuous relationship with the police and journalists.
      Dave for once: often regarded as a clone of Bliar, in contrast fortunately realises that any future political underpinning is at risk of the whims of any party in power. Since 1997 Labour has done all it can to change the ‘Mother of parliaments’ to the Brother of parliaments
      The ” Ministry for Truth” is nearer than you think.

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  90. 293
    Three Solid Wins - the people have spoken says:

    Congrats to Farage on his continuing fine work on divide and conquer work for us – the best mole in democracy I have ever seen. Keep up the good work pal. And the coalition getting a combined total of barely 1,500 got me in complete and utter stitches, that I thought the end was near from me, almost had a cardiac with joy.

    Clegg pal – what the fuck are you doing to your party friend? 451 votes!!! Where’s Charles Kennedy when these closet torys need him?

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rotherham_(UK_Parliament_constituency)

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    • 297
      Three Solid Wins - the people have spoken says:

      Might as well post a song and vid for Nige Farage, and no Nige, you can’t hang a banner at the back of my glider – too much drag buddy – did you do physics in school friend?

      And yes, Labour people do glide, sometimes some times better than other times like today.

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      • 302
        UKIP.i.am.still says:

        They glide alright. Like Jimmy Savile glided into places. Like Denis McShame glided. Like the end of our sovereignty glided into the Belgian sunset.

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        • 324
          Three Solid Wins - the people have spoken says:

          But the Labour secret is to glide safely and sensibly, unlike Savile the tory part of to get girls, who’s grave seems to be well watered these days, with people pishing on it. The mower in that graveyard has to go over it at least twice, due to extra fertiliser put on it.

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    • 318
      Three Solid Wins - the people have spoken says:

      And with Rothers by-election result, anyone notice that the first four places were taken by the fairer sex? Must be a first, surely.

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      • 322
        Fed up says:

        There must be a point at which even Cameron realises that if he keeps making it impossible for people to tell his adminitration apart from the last government’s, people will not vote for him.

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        • 331
          Three Solid Wins - the people have spoken says:

          What? You want Dave Cee to become more Adolf? If that is what you want, that is what you will get.

          Like

          • Fed Up says:

            No, that would involve him being even more like the Labour Party. I want him to start behaving like a British Conservative politician. I say that, and I am not even a Conservative myself, but the sight of him dithering about makes me cringe.The man is an embarrassment.

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        • 355
          Oh dear says:

          Are they going to release the postal voting figures? Time that scam was ditched permanently. No show, no vote. Simple.

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  91. 299
    HM Her Majesty says:

    Everyone is bonkers.

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    • 307
      Three Solid Wins - the people have spoken says:

      Cheers, Ma’am, but don’t tell me it has taken sixty years for you to notice that, please! And oh yes, lick-lick, grateful for your comment, lick-lick, since you are so busy always.

      So for you Ma’am, you going to see what your sister got up to in her free time, back in the full-employed fifties, with you in the white, for those here that don’t get notice, nor get it, if it helps, but I doubt it,

      Ma’am has always been a socialist, rumour has it….

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      • 310
        Everyone's a critic says:

        Boring song.

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        • 313
          Three Solid Wins - the people have spoken says:

          Thanks George Osborne. : )

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        • 337
          Three Solid Wins - the people have spoken says:

          By the way, the stuffed wild boar from west wales at a couple of minutes into the vid, when Ma’am, ahem!, stroked away different attentions, you could say, is supposed to be me, by Ladytron from Liverpuddle, or it might be me fantacising. Up to you to make your own minds up, friends.

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          • Everyone's a critic says:

            I did. It is a boring song. The video is an attempt to masque that.

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          • Three Solid Wins - the people have spoken says:

            Get a lughole transplant if there is music you can’t comprehend. Let me try you with this one, an Ukrainian folk group in Wales last year.

            Any good, strike any chords in that lump on top of your body? If not, I feel sorry for you. Get your lugs tansplated, and please, don’t claim to me you have been deaf since birth, which allegorically you could be, though….

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        Three Solid Wins - the people have spoken says:

        Yes, socialist – think it what she noticed and experienced during WWII as a teenager, and being in the womans army transport corps when she came of age, during WWII – she saw something that we can only imagine now, a country as one.

        There is a classic pic of Ma’am loosening wheel nuts on a truck during WWII – took a quick trip to google images, but could not find it – it is there somewhere, maybe on getty image library, or Time Life’s one. Will look again.

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        • 317
          Ed Miliband says:

          What a load of rubbish. If she were a socialist she’s pay full taxes like David and I.

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          • Three Solid Wins - the people have spoken says:

            Don’t play chess, do you? Think of the sixties, Ma’am had a big smile for Harold Wilson each week then, song, recreated a couple of years ago,

            Notice the one covered in poppies in her multi-cpulored dress – rumour has it she lost a few of her grandads in WWII, and great before in WWI.

            Bugger it, for Lahndahn today, fashion, something similar, bottom end of Regent Street it looks, before Piccadilly Circus and Burgerkking, and where Tower Records was,

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          • Three Solid Wins - the people have spoken says:

            oops, EDIT, missed a grandad out there, great-grandad for WWII, and etc…

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          • Three Solid Wins - the people have spoken says:

            bugger it, might as well post a pic of my daughter, quarter Derry City NI, quarter Eltham sarf-east Lahndahn maetes, and ahem! halfish welsh, with a bit of my eighth south Yorkshire blood, on the landing stage of a triple decker bus, gawd knows where, she doesn’t tell me anymore these days….

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        • 329
          One hundred and eighty. says:

          Who would have guessed Liebour winning in solid Liebour seats, the headlines for the next month would have been if UKIP had taken one, still slowly slowly etc

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          • Three Solid Wins - the people have spoken says:

            To you as well, take up chess! Check mate?

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          • Maclat N Berger says:

            … catchee mon… oops… one of them small furry things with a long tail that like to play silly buggers on bars in their cages at the zoo.

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    UKIP.i.am.still says:

    State legislation is the death knell of a free press.

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  93. 319
    Labourunionsbbc we are one says:

    According to the eight O’clock news on the Bbbc, and I quote:
    “dennis mCshane retired because of his expenses”.

    There, that’s all you out their in beeboid land need to know, now back to the evil Murdoch, Millie Dowler/Cameron blah, blah, blurp.

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  94. 321
    Abdel from Tooting says:

    Just heard that Millar woman speaking on the telly about Leveson .

    Apparently cross party talks started yesterday . The 2000 page report was issued at 1.30 p.m.

    The oldest tricks are the best darling .

    You can fool some of the people all of the time……………………

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  95. 327
    Pickfords says:

    Right lads, get three vans down to numbers 9, 10 and 11 Downing Street

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    • 332
      One hundred and eighty. says:

      Tick, tock, tick, tock.

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    • 358
      GORDON McMENTAL McMAD says:

      I don’t think people care anymore , Camoron has proved there is no difference between the parties . After two and a half years he has Fixed Nothing , Improved Nothing , Changed Nothing , Achieved Nothing
      And when Labour get in next time , the same will be achieved

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  96. 341
    Tom Pride says:

    An obscure breakaway political grouping known as the “Liberal Democratic Party” was celebrating last night after it surprised pundits in the Middlesbrough by-election by coming from nowhere to be beaten by mainstream party UKIP into third place by just 318 votes.

    The fringe party – said by pundits to be an offshoot of the Conservative Party made up of sandal-wearing right-wing fruitcakes – usually expects to come last and regularly loses its deposit in elections – just as it did in the other two by-elections yesterday in Croydon South and Rotherham where it came eighth behind a strong field of candidates including three fascists and an independent.

    Speaking at a celebration party last night, a spokesperson for the party said:

    “No-one expected us to do this well, not even ourselves. Everyone expected us to lose our deposit, the party’s completely broke so the extra 500 quid will be useful. We still decided to splash out on some champagne to celebrate though, as this will probably be the last time we ever manage to retain our deposit in any election at any time ever.”

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  97. 348
    Nigel Garage says:

    How are the Monster Raving Loony Party these days? I haven’t heard of them since Screaming ‘Lord’ Sutch died.

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  98. 351
    GORDON McMENTAL McMAD says:

    If you’re going to have a committee to look into parliamentary standards and ethics
    First you need to elect some politicians that actually have some

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    • 356
      Well it's a thought says:

      Pigs seen flying around the House of Corruption, holding one’s breath in the hope of it being possible is liable to serious harm to yourself.

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  99. 354
    Mosley on News Night says:

    It’s all about me.

    And I have no axe to grind.

    Thanks, chisler (aka Gavin Esler)

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  100. 363
    GORDON McMENTAL McMAD says:

    I see Little Ed will be rubbing his willy this morning after holding on to his three by election seats
    Must remember not to turn the telly on until Monday , so i don’t have to watch the rubber faced twat gloating over this insignificant blip in the overall picture

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    • 365
      Three Solid Wins - the people have spoken says:

      I’ll rent you a sandpit, to stick your nut in until Monday friend. Cheap rates…

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  101. 367
    GORDON McMENTAL McMAD says:

    I was just thinking , when i bought this house 26 years ago it was so warm that even in winter i would strip off and sit around in just my underpants
    Now a days it’s fuckin freezing even fully clothed and wearing a jumper
    So my question is is it just me getting older , so less resilient to the cold ?
    My theory is this : Gases burn at different temperatures , like my blowlamp
    if i want to heat something quicker / hotter , i use different gases
    So my question to any of you who know about these thing is
    Can you get natural gas that does not burn as hot as our old natural gas ?
    we have always had different grades of fuel
    ie coal House , Steam , Hard , Coking etc , all the same product but some burns better than others
    same with crude oil , (North sea oil was too good a quality to use for making petrol)
    So is the gas we are being charged more and more for from foreign lands of an inferior quality to what we used to burn , and we are not being told about it ?

    It was just a thought ?

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    • 368
      Three Solid Wins - the people have spoken says:

      Your blood is getting thinner, due to too much booze?

      Anyway, it is supposed to hit minus twenty in some parts in Dec/Jan, so get your wooly jumpers in from oxfam, before the rush.

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      • 369
        Dave (pants on fire ) CaMoron says:

        Will do TaT !
        But you being a piss soaked tramp cripple you will get all the help you need off the state !

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  102. 370
    mraemiller says:

    Ello Ello Ello it seems that despite Mr McCullan telling Hugh Grant 20% of police were taking backhanders Leveson found not a single piece of police corruption involving a single serving PoPo…?

    Not a whitewash then

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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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