November 30th, 2012

UKIP Hammer LibDems Across Britain

Not quite the Croydon Spring Lee Jasper promised as Labour held all three seats in last night’s by-election, but the main talking point is UKIP coming second in both Middlesbrough and Rotherham. Joyce Thacker isn’t the only reason voters are flocking to Farage’s party. The LibDems were decimated, losing their deposit in Croydon North and Rotherham, in fact coming eighth there. When the Monster Raving Loony Party beat David Owen’s SDP he folded up the party…


  1. 1
    Red Egg Millitit..... says:

    Well done UKIP :)

    • 15
      Peter Grimes says:

      The difference between the LibDums today and the MRLParty is that today the LibDums are the loonies, with the disgustingly treacherous Cloggy clearly certifiable.

    • 16
      Eddie Boys Bandwagon Alert says:

      what a pleasure to see the libdems get their sanctimonious noses rubbed in it

      • 20
        Red Egg Millitit..... says:

        I am sure they will find a way to put a positive spin on it……..

        • 46
          Malcolm McDowell says:

          Why would anyone vote for a treasonous PArty?

          Congratulations UKIP now get some Tory MPs to defect.

    • 22
      Anonymous says:

      If LD doesn’t come out of the coalition government soon on some big issue voters care LD will be finished as a party. If any LD MP wants to safe his / her seat better to jump ship now, soon others will not want them.

      It is nice to see UKIP becoming stronger by the day.

      • 30
        Living in 98 percent white Merseyside says:

        Ukip will be back to earth with a bang at the next GE.

        • 35
          • I Remember You Hoo says:

            Dream on, ten years ago UKIP would have struggled to get 250 votes in any of these constituencies. The tide is turning and the establishment don’t like it one bit.

        • 49
          Malcolm McDowell says:

          Says the Tory/labour/LibDem voter..

        • 65
          Anonymous says:

          UKIP will end up getting few Conservative seats in the next election. As things are they might even have around 10 MPs in the beginning of 2013.

        • 75
          UKIPman says:

          Labour will be back to earth with a bang at the next European elections.

          • Anonymous says:

            Labour would become the governing party and UKIP could become the opposition.

          • I Remember You Hoo says:

            Labour will finish third at the European elections again, behind UKIP and in second place, the Conservatives.
            Then it’s game on for 2015, with the Lib-Dim vote collapsing everywhere, UKIP may well be party number three in Westminster.

            The tide is turning and only a fool would deny it.

          • Cnut says:

            I see no tide!

      • 165
        Handycock (Teen Fondler) says:

        Looks like a jump to UKIP for me before the next election. Ah well, another day another Party. Boaz.

        • 245
          Calm and Reasonable says:

          UKIP would not accept you as a member Randycock. It’s filth like you that are the cancer at the heart of British politics.

    • 23
      I Remember You Hoo says:

      Roll on the Euroland election. Clegg’s collection of clowns are finished. About time too.

      • 34
        Red Egg Millitit..... says:

        Not all bad news then…..

      • 38
        multiculticunts says:

        The problem is though that clowns like Ed Davey are damaging the country right now.

        • 57
          Peter Grimes says:

          Unfortunately all too true!

        • 78
          Anonymous says:

          Under PM Cameron!

        • 119
          Perse O'Nally says:

          I watched this fool on TV spouting about how us having to pay more for electricity would result in cheaper electricity.


          • I Remember You Hoo says:

            His imbecile logic goes along the lines of, ‘because electricity will be so expensive, none will be able to afford use it, so bills will come down through non-usage’.

            And they wonder why we despise them.

          • Anonymous says:

            We have already paid a lot to invest and still waiting for the cheap energy. In the mean time countries that didn’t invest like UK have cheaper energy.

    • 64
      The fruitloops are on Dave says:

      So what does Dave think about UKIP and the people who vote for UKIP now?

    • 76
      Tadcaster says:

      Can’t we have statutory regulation of Steve Coogan becuase he is shite

    • 91
      Anonymous says:

      Whilst you are all fretting over the Rotherham election result tens if not hundreds of thousands of Rumanians and Bulgarians are busy booking their tickets to the UK in 2013. Where they will be instantly entitled to FREE health care , education housing benefit family allowance and unemployment benefits all paid for by you the tax payer.
      So think before you vote LIBLABCON why you should pay for all this and consider voting UKIP

      • 99
        Anonymous says:

        There will be 28m given the chance to move to UK, even if 1% comes it will be 280,000.

        I expect around 4% to move to UK that is a bit over 1,000,000.

        • 142
          Anonymous says:

          But where in the UK?

          The benefit limit will see large areas unavailable to them due to housing costs.

          The house building policy in open green space only will depress the Northern prices.

          Are you in the safe zone? The economic wall created to keep out the EU.

          • Bollocks to Getting a Pseudonym says:

            Where in the UK? England, of course, as if England isn’t alreday too crowded. I feel sorry for the people in the London area.

        • 146
          I Remember You Hoo says:

          There will be more than a million I am afraid, many more.

          All of whom will be entitled to a ‘free’ lifestyle they could only dream of back in their homelands.
          The tossers ‘running’ the show and their ZaNuLabour pals, are equally united in this great venture, into welfare induced poverty for middle Britain.

          • Bollocks to Getting a Pseudonym says:

            Middle Britain? I think Middle England is the phrase you’re after. Scotland and Wales won’t see many of these loafers within their borders.

          • Sais Abertawe says:


            So why do most of the Southern Welsh look Spanish then?

            Fooking Armadarians coming over here and taking all our sheep. Bastards.

        • 162
          This Island's Full -- No More fucking Immigrants Needed says:

          Approximately 250,000 more new flats and houses required to be shit all over the countryside.

    • 110
      Three Solid Wins - the people have spoken says:

      Hammer Lib Dems? In the three overall, have shoved Dave C and his Conservative clowns into third, which is nice.

      Well done Farage – keep up the good work.

      • 114
        Three Solid Wins - the people have spoken says:

        And by the way Guido, whoever you all are, all over England it is, not Britain pal – ENGERLUND!

    • 150
      An economic unit says:

      How much is a pint of milk this morning I wonder…

      • 167
        Inflation is Theft says:

        Don’t worry about the price in Weimar Pounds — just record how long you had to work to pay for it.

    • 173
      Brian Norgate says:

      Chris Huhne at Eastleigh was over heard saying the next general election will be the Lib dems Munich aircrash moment

    • 203
      Brian Norgate says:

      Chris Huhne was over heard at Eastleigh after remembrance day that at the next General Election it would be a Munich air crash moment for the Lib dems

      what a shame – roll on the next election

      Goodbye to Clegg and Cable

    • 206
      Southern Scouser says:

      Er, the BBC says Labour in triple by-election win.

      Hidden off the front page, of course

  2. 2
    Kebab Time says:

    The only time you should celebrate coming second is after sex, not elections #ukip

    • 8
      Agree - but - says:

      - it really means you’ve done your work getting the lady pre-orgasmic – and that takes time, and caring sensitivity – not like the instant bimbo bullshitters – Poly and all the rest.

    • 130
      XXXxx says:

      In the Rotherham elections, the Cons got a 1/4 of the number of votes that UKIP got, Liebore has always been a foregone conclusion, there were a lot of postal votes (which even amazed the Respect party, I think the only ones who should have postal vote are those too ill or infirm to go to the polling station.

  3. 3
    Well done Guido! Well done Nigel F.! Fuck Camertwat + Twaties! says:

    There – said it on behalf of many Right Thinking People

  4. 4
    Gordon Brown says:

    After last nights fantastic results there are now 0 UKIP MP’s, up from 0, a 0% rise. Well done

  5. 5
    Spank Sinatra says:

    Irrespective of votes cast, shit surely floats.

  6. 6
    Steve Miliband says:

    Barbour jacket sales set to rise.

  7. 7
    terry-thomas says:

    I love the Rotherham result. UKIP 2nd, Tories 4th and Lid Dums 8th. What a shower!

    • 97
      Living in 98 percent white Merseyside says:

      Glad that Yvonne Ridley character only got 1,700 odd votes. When will Respect get it into their heads that the electorate are far more concerned about issues affecting this country than what’s happening in the Gaza Strip.

      • 129
        Gay Fawkes says:

        Send pizzas! if no pizzas, underage rent boys.

      • 228

        Rotherham!!?? Are you bloody joking? They would vote for the fuc.king Chuckle Brothers in their home town if they promised the voters cleaner windows to lick, signing on by ‘phone once a year, a £10 Ladbrokes voucher a week and free whippet grooming.

        It’s been staunch Liebore for 40 years – you can’t reason with imbeciles, hence the votes for UKRAP – they thought it was for U2, and they’d all get free tickets!

  8. 9
    Braindead of the Boro says:

    Labour forever!

    • 18
      The voice of reason says:


    • 44
      I Remember You Hoo says:

      You would have thought that after the invisible MP, Stuart Bell, the people of Middlesbrough would have woken up to Labour. They are certifiably brain dead.

    • 56
      Anonymous says:

      Labour always looks after us workin’ class people, even when they flood the country with immigrants, and our children end up getting r@ped. Yep, it’s Labour for me.

      • 67
        Peter Grimes says:

        That is also, unfortunately, all too true.

        It does give ZaNuLieBor supporters the opportunity to campaign for more benefits for the idle feckless though.

  9. 12
    Oh dear says:

    So, after all the bullsh1T of the past weeks about transparency etc, I ask again, when are they going to release the postal voting figures for these constituencies. I am not holding my breath.

    • 33
      Ultra reactionary says:

      I’m sure that Postal Vote fraud exists on a massive scale, but you have to face up to the sad fact that there really are sufficient bollock brains in northern England who like getting repeatedly shat on from a great height by Labour and vote for it again and again. IT was a great mistake to give the vote to the working class.

      • 52
        Anarchy says:

        Whose silly idea was it to have a parliament?

      • 70
        Peter Grimes says:

        They get loads of free benefits as well as the shit though, and wallow in both.

      • 219
        its bleak in sunderland says:

        You r right I live there and you would not be surprised how many bollock brain there are!

        • 241
          Expat Geordie says:

          Then move. That’s what I did.

          The weather is nicer and the people are just as friendly. Forget all that “northerners are nicer” bollocks – I remember some right miserable twats with huge chips on their shoulders who all voted Labour. Move to Dorset like me, where the only downside is the wages being the same as the north east but the houses being double the price.

          And apart from Bournemouth and parts of Poole it is pretty white down here as well, except in the summer when we all go red.

  10. 13
    Well it's a thought says:

    The sad thing is the public, just can’t get out of the voting for Labour, they did 13 years of damage and the brain-dead have already forgotten, still when Labour get back in in 2015 and there’s no money to feed the benefit society, as the money will be needed for feeding our EU masters, then things will change.

    • 69
      Anonymous says:

      If i were a labour voter, i would be embarassed by the antics of their MPs, the labour front bench are a disgrace. They have never acknowledged their part in the past 13 years of misrule, and have donr nothing but jump on bandwagons for the past 2 1/2 years.

    • 96
      Who Wants Some! says:

      You’re right that is why UKIP can be used to bring about real change in the Tory Party, the defeat of Cameron in 2015 on the issue of EU membership even if it let in Millibean is a better outcome than 5 more years of Cameron. The Tory party would at last have to become a real Conservative Party and Millibean would be revealed as a total fraud along with his party within 12 months. Labour would then implode (especially if the Scots set up their own Peoples Republic of Porridge). Sometimes you have to take the longer view. The Conservative Party has got to be won for conservative values.

  11. 17
    Liberal Zombie says:

    Our party exists to build a Liberal Society in which every citizen shall possess liberty, property and security and none shall be enslaved by poverty, ignorance or conformity.

    • 79
      Lovely day, the windfarm isn't working, no wind says:

      Liberal by name, but not by nature, Zill car routes for all Lib-crap followers, you know it makes sense.

      • 141
        Who Wants Some! says:

        The LDs are f_cked and they know it! The coalition has revealed them as two faced liars with an addiction to public money and office for no reason beyond their own gain. They have acted as a smoke screen to Cameron’s EU agenda and have no morals or ideas beyond what the EU comes up with, which are utter sh_t.

  12. 19
    UsedSKip says:

    You can’t take the Rot out of Rotherham. You have to have brain rot to vote Labour.

    • 40 says:

      And similar could be said of the people of Scu*nthorpe.

    • 73
      Rotherham Rachel says:

      No mate. Get more Benefits. Do cash work on the side when you feel like it.

      Vote Liebour. Perfectly sensible.

      • 149
        Who Wants Some! says:

        You’re f_cked then! As the benefit reductions Osborne is talking about over 2015-18 are only the start. Even with Millibean in No.10 in 2015 they’ll have to cut benefits by at least £12billion over 2015 – 20 plus reductions in health and education to a similar amount. The old days of the public sector spending fest are over for good but no one wants to accept it yet. The next election will see all three parties offering you more taxation, more EU control, less earnings and social mobility and less state benefits. What a choice!

        • 164
          Living in 98 percent white Merseyside says:

          I’m over 65 so my benefits are as solid as the Rock of Gibraltar.

          • Granny says if money going doesn't equal money coming in, then your fucked says:

            Even if you’re a gold plated inflation proofed ex-public sector pensioner, you will still be in the shit in the LabLibCon Weimar Happyland

  13. 21
    Rouseeau9 says:

    Well, well the responses above certainly demonstrate that the ‘right’ contains a bunch of silly little boys (and girls) who can’t think politically or analytically at all – not really worth engaging with

    • 27
      Plato says:

      Maybe, but at least we’re not French.

    • 36
      Badger says:

      Mashed potato.

    • 43
      Dame Thigh High Leather Boots says:

      ‘not really worth engaging with’

      Why the fuckity fuck did you post your pointless comment then?

    • 47
      Well it's a thought says:

      If Labour had lost then that would have been headlines, Labour won, that’s just like watching the tide come in twice a day, it happens, time and tide etc, UKIP are just following a similar route the SNP took, it will happen, not now but it will, no hate just looking ahead a year or so, UKIP have got past the PR blockage of not being noticed to being noticed, they have to work to keep it that way.

    • 74
      Anonymous says:

      You cant be seriously suggesting that anybody in labour has thunk analytically for the last 25 years !

      • 93
        Peter Grimes says:

        The only analysis ZaNuLieBor do is on what lies their dumb supporters will swallow to keep getting them elected.

      • 125
        Ed Ballsup says:

        House flipping requires a certain degree of analytical thinking but beyond that I’m just another useless Labour tosser.

      • 166
        Bollocks to Getting a Pseudonym says:

        Nobody in the nazi Liebore party has ever thought analytically. Their every decision has been motivated by sociopathic bitterness, intolerance and hatred. Bigots to the core. Always were, always will be.

    • 151
      Who Wants Some! says:

      F_ck off to your French socialist Utopia, you should spend some time in the L’Ile St-Denis they’ll show you real Liberté, égalité, fraternité!

    • 188
      Sarkozy says:

      Non. Ce n’est pas correct. Poutain.

  14. 24
    Living in 98 percent white Merseyside says:

    Lee Jasper 707 votes. Ha ha ha!

    • 29
      Red Egg Millitit..... says:

      I think the white Christians will get the blame….. respppppect :)

    • 68
      Lee Grasper says:

      The people of Rovrum are clearly racist.

      I had my eye on a bitchin stereo as well. Who’s going to pay for that now?

    • 223
      Lee Jasper says:

      I came last because everybody in the plural multicultural mixed constituency of Croydon north is a waycyst waycyst waycyst waycyst

  15. 26
    Dame High Thigh High Leather Boots says:

    Have I been sacked?

    William Shawcross, the newly appointed chairman of the Charity Commission, signalled that he would step in to curb their political campaigning if they “overstepped the mark”, and act as a “policeman” if necessary.

    He also criticised the way many charities have become so “dependent” on Government grants that some have even stopped fund-raising altogether.

    His comments come amid concerns that thousands of charities have become little more than “fronts” for political interests and, in some cases, even the Government itself.

    The end of fake charities and an end to the Govt lobbying itself?

    • 62
      Well it's a thought says:

      Big business has been found out at last, well that took long enough. all those high street shops, will they be rated now and will the have to pay the idiots who man/woman them for zero pay, the town centres will become deserts oh dear.

    • 80
      J Middleton (CEO Common Purpose) says:

      Common Purpose condemns strongly the Charity commissions objection to our publicly funded divine destiny.

      Think global, act local.

    • 87
      Anonymous says:

      After the floods in Hull a few years ago,one woman was on the radio a lot, her house was flooded. i was amazed about 6 months later to hear her on R 4 again, speaking from India she had been sent there by OXFAM to see what indian floods were like! Needless to say, Oxfam havent had any more of my money ever since.

    • 92
      I Remember You Hoo says:

      Let’s hope so.

      These parasitic self enriching circles of deceit are not charities in any meaningful use of the word. They are politically funded pressure groups, promoting government agenda, under the veil of ‘independence’.

    • 102
      Oh dear says:

      Can William then please draw up a comprehensive list of those ‘charitable’ organisations which receive govt funding and then close them all down. We can then give our donations to genuine charities like the Lifeboats who rely completely on voluntary donations.

      • 115
        Land ho! says:

        Sadly the lifeboats are using the same business model as the rest of the big ones, if they can advertise on tv then they have too much money, locally now that’s a different boat they look after themselves and are worth giving too.

    • 131
      Dame Boozy Lather says:


    • 172
      Bluto says:

      This all began in 2006 when New Labour added the criteria of “public benefit” to charitable status which of course for lefties means doing what they tell you and banning what they disapprove of.

      Common Purpose a charity? It is a gauleiter training organisation with a one-worlder, communitarian agenda. Public benefit?

  16. 32
    tourmaline says:

    So rothe rham needed a by-election because the former labour mp had to resign for disho nesty and appropriating public funds he wasn’t entitled to and the electorate vote in another labour mp.


    • 107
      Oh dear says:

      Perhaps the liebore voters get a cut? After all, voting records are freely available to the local politburo you know.

    • 175
      Bollocks to Getting a Pseudonym says:

      When an MP has to resign for reasons like MacShame’s, or is even sent to jail, his/her party should be barred from fielding a candidate at the by-election. If the MP has to go inside, his/her party should be barred from fielding candidates from all elections in that constituency during said jail term. Mind, there’s shag all chance of such a rule being introduced, unfortunately.

  17. 37
    Limpdicks says:

    Don’t paniiiiiiiiiiiiiic!

  18. 41
    Sir Henry Birkin says:

    And their leader can pontificate in parliament

    • 208
      Pontiff Benny says:

      You can ficate if you want to.
      I’m alright as long as the Faithful keep paying their subs.
      Heil Mary!

  19. 42
    UsedSKip says:

    Labour won all their seats. Good Gawd. I am emigrating. The country is heading straight down the shitter if Labour win the next election. Where can I buy a gun to shoot myself?

    • 51
      Anonymous says:

      Lots of guns for hire in Labour stronghold, Gunchester.

    • 63
      Mornington Crescent says:

      Yep – a catastrophic Labour Govt., a corrupt thieving Labour ex-MP, an unknown Labour candidate parachuted in from ‘down South’ and an insidious Labour council and STILL the people of Rotherham vote Labour. It tells you everything you need to know about the place – what a crowd of ‘tards.

    • 171
      Living in 98 percent white Merseyside says:

      You obviously think it’s your God given right to emigrate. Where to? I think you’ll find places like Sydney or Toronto now have as many different nationalies as Londistan. They probably all thought it was their God given right to go there

      • 226
        Expat - one of millions who got away in time says:

        Yup, but the difference is they don’t all get freebie benefits chucked at them. They have to work for a living or bugger off back home – and you need to get out more.

  20. 50
    Sir Henry Birkin says:

    Buy in now, because you will not have the cash in 2015

    • 183
      Sir Merv (soon to be Lord Threadneedle) says:

      Why not? My new apprentice will be pedalling the printing press by 2015, just as I’ve shown him.

      P.S. Don’t forget the interests payments on the £6000 I’ve quantitatively eased fpr you personally already. Otherwise the really Narsty Party will come and help understand the error of your ways.

      • 192
        Who Wants Some! says:

        I think the HP MoneyJet will have run out of ink by 2015 Merv and you cans be sure that anyone with a brain knows you to be the utter c_nt you are.

        • 209
          Sir Merv (soon to be Lord Threadneedle) says:

          No problem. Just key in the amount to be forged and press Enter nowadays. Very efficient.

  21. 60
    Rashid Abdullah says:

    I liking to thanks the Labours for giving me nice bag fulls of money for sending them 9000 posting voters. Allahu akbar.

  22. 72
    lee bour all mi life says:

    Aye mate i’ve voted for ‘em all me life just like me father did when ‘e worked down pits. I felt a ‘rite prick tho ‘as pinned red rossette tu donkey

    • 95
      Well who guessed Liebour would lose says:

      They would have a better chance of seeing honesty in action if the bought a car of the internet.

  23. 82
    ahaaaaaaaaaaaa says:

    I see Steve Coogan is spitting feathers.
    Therefore, Cameron has done the right thing for a change… far.

    • 103
      Sordid Depraved Lefties says:

      As soon as Alan Partridge, Max Mosley, Ann Diamond, Hacked Off, Diane Abott, Chakrabarti, Church, Alistair Campbell’ Mungo Grant and all the other lefty luvvies scrambled to get in front of the TV cameras and praise brian. It was obvious that brian had got it badlly wrong.

    • 117
      Plato says:

      See the number of comments that have been deleted hahaha…

      • 143
        Casual Observer says:

        All the plebs want is football, football, football. Ignorant stupid bastards. Typical Liebour supporters.

        • 174
          Living in 98 percent white Merseyside says:

          Better religion to follow than i*slam.

        • 178
          Nogbad the Bad says:

          I went to a Rotherham match once. The Rotherham supporters spent the match singing “we’re from Rother, we want bother,” interspersed with “you’re going home in a Yorkshire Ambulance”. I didn’t. I went home in the car, while they took the bus or walked with their knuckles dragging on the floor.

    • 193
      Judge Pickled says:

      Yes, young Stephen has some strange tastes, but boy what a boy.

  24. 84
    Sheila says:
  25. 98
    sockpuppet #4 says:

    So you are suggesting that UKIP is the new equivalent of the monster raving loony party.

    (he said it, not me!)

    • 104
      balls says:

      I would have said Liebour was the equivalent, but what do I know.

    • 158
      Who Wants Some! says:

      Call UKIP what you want, it acts as the agency of epression that sees Cameron as the Heathite he is. It would have been better if some so called Euro Sceptics in the Tory Party actually had some balls (and brains) but they don’t. So the only option is to hurt the Cameron project where ever possible. UKIP can do that and in the process will help the Tory Party (painfully) learn the lesson that what we need is less PC/EU shite and more small goverment, free trade and low taxes, plus give us control of our country back.

  26. 105
    Dave (pants on fire ) CaMoron says:

    Hi Peeps Spiffingly bad results for us last night what !
    But you have to trust me peeps , i know what i’m doing even if the rest of my plebs don’t
    So this is what i’ll do you if you give me a second term in office

    In order to please all you UKIP types , i’ll give you a referendum on EU membership , and on this you have my cast iron guararntee and this time i wont have my fingers crossed behind my back

    Toodle Pip

  27. 109
    SPAD, PPE, M.A.Oxon says:

    Dave — get in front of the TV cameras — read this out

    “These three constituencies have returned Labour M.P.s for many years. We understand the concerns of voters during these difficult economic times. However, for the Coalition Candidates to come behind the BeeNP, and several to have lost their deposits is a real achievement.

    We must redouble our efforts, and to show our determination I will personally ensure that the Deficit for today will be at least £250 million. That’s £4 for each of you, including all your new immigrant neighbours.


  28. 113
    The Lunatics are trying to take over the Asylum says:

    The state successfully hid MPs expenses from the people for years.

    The free press exposed their expenses.

    Anyone wanting to give the state and MPs control of the press must be stark raving bonkers. End Of.

  29. 120
    Hang The Bastards says:

    Well done UKIP !!

    It shows the growing movement of people who are connecting with your straight to the point pro UK message.

    I have now joined !

  30. 126
    Three Solid Wins - the people have spoken says:

    Well darn Croydon Norf, knew you’d play the white man!, when fings came push to sharve. Faith, see, knew they would see sense, see, vited in Labour again, see…

    Cameron and Clegg? Right misery guts they are this morning, ey, sending their parties to gawd knows where, that Clegg espeshially!

    • 136
      Three Solid Wins - the people have spoken says:

      Brilliant clip of Alf here, a decade or two after, after when, sadly, his loving Else had left him, in the corner shop, sorting out her outstanding grocery bills, you could say,

      • 145
        Three Solid Wins - the people have spoken says:

        Bugger it, might as well post the vid when Alf fell into a swimming pool of a very rich West Ham player, in his wheelchair, and why not?

        Alf speaks 1970′s sense. ey? maybe ok…

  31. 147
    lastofthesummervintage says:

    UKIP are on the March. It’s only a matter of time

    • 159
      Three Solid Wins - the people have spoken says:

      UKIP are grown up children. am I on my own here. But Farahe speech in that EU a few years ago was top quality, though,

      My main critisism of the EU, it is a set up all for France to live in some sort of fantasy, not it touch with reality today, land. Jacques,

      non non NON!

  32. 156

    I can’t wait to go back to a world infested with slimy vile creatures disgusting insects and the worst creepy crawly creatures ever spawned by nature
    I’ll be back in parliament on Monday !

  33. 160
    ahaaaaaaaaaaaa says:

    £21million in aid, for December, is being withheld from Rwanda by the UK Government.

    What in the name of fuck am I paying a penny to that country for?
    I couldnt give a fuck if it existed and would prefer my granny had cheaper care home fees.

    Any chance Mr Cameron?

  34. 163

    Dis am um big blow to me family init , i was oping to av my new lear jet 85 for Christmas you know

    • 212
      Anonymous says:

      Tell your boys to do another cash collection round waving their Kalashnikovs, machetes or whatever comes to hand.

  35. 170
    Viv Dean says:

    Problem is: UKIP rise, Tory vote falls, Labour get in . Doesn’t bear thinking about.
    Let’s have a ‘UKCon’ pact – or perhaps Cameron might LISTEN for once and become a ‘proper’ Tory.

    • 182
      Three Solid Wins - the people have spoken says:

      What is a proper Tory? What is one of them?

      The only proper tory that I have experienced in my lifetime was SuperMac in the early sixties, but I was in my nappies then, literally. They have been hunts since then, all of them, including mainly one, iroically biologically does possess – the Thatch. She was a right corner shop gossipping Tory hunt she was, one, to this day, still grasping at life, even though she is with the birds in the sky. A Liverpuddle death pathway for someone needed, methinks. Shoot me if I get like her, heard her nurse says she scream Adolf profanities all through the day, saying “shoot Kinnock, NOW!”.

      • 207
        Living in 98 percent white Merseyside says:

        Spot on about Supermac. I used to think “You,ve never had it so good” during the first 10 years of New Labour.

    • 184
      The Land of the Politically Correct and Mendacious says:

      It’s never gonna happen…simply because neither Farage or Cameron will agree…..UKIP has no immediate possibility of achieving a breakthrough at Westminster or even getting a Westminster MP. What they are focused on is firstly the 2014 European Election where they may be the party with the largest share of the vote(certainly they will put pay to LibDems representation….not before time as that party has done more to sell the country down the river in the European Parliament than any of the other mainstream UK parties) and therefore get the largest number of MEPs and secondly to de-stabilise the Conservatives and put pressure on Cameron to keep tacking towards his eurosceptic wing and to conceded that referendum next year NOT in 2015 after an election that he won’t win.

      Cameron cannot afford to defy the LibDems though as if Clegg falls and Cable becomes acting leader he can rather than cause an election join Labour in Coalition for remaining 2 years of this Parliament and undo some of the Tory legislation(a thing Tory Backbenchers forget although they voted legislation to enable this to happen in the Fixed Term parliaments Act 2010)

    • 185
      Anonymous says:

      Cameron is not, and never will be, a Tory. It’s delusional to think that one day he’ll come round. He won’t.

      He’s cut from the same soft-left, pro-Europe, pro-big state cloth as Blair. Except it took about 9 years for the electorate to work that out. Cameron ‘s already been rumbled.

    • 187
      Earl of Croydon says:

      The best time to talk/negotiate any pact will be after the Euro elections when UKIP will have won massive national support.Their muscles will be bulging.
      Even Lib Dave will have to conceed that UKIP have many of the answers to the UKs woes. He will be under so much pressure from within to make up the lost ground that I suspect a pact with Nig will be his only slim hope of re-election.

  36. 199
    its bleak in sunderland says:

    No surprise with these results,the underclass,the benefit class and the uneducated voted as they always will thinking that Labour will be their salvation if they win the next election,how disappointed they will be.Rotherham,Middlesboeough nd Croyden North the decline of Britain encapsulated in these three seats.

    • 204
      Living in 98 percent white Merseyside says:

      Croydon’s gone the same way as Sunderland. One can’t shop at Kennards, Grants or Allders anymore.

    • 216
      Nogbad the Bad says:

      Some will be disappointed that the places they live continue to be shitholes, but others know that a Labour Government has always given them money, houses and holidays and turned a blind eye to the occasional cash job. They will not vote for anyone who threatens to end all that, even if the threat is never carried out. They ignore events like the re-opening of Redcar Steelworks under a Conservative Government (it was closed under Labour), and the quality of MPs like “Sir” Stuart and Vera Dogshit because the only government thing that matters to them is their benefits. I can’t condemn them too much for that, they are just making the best of the hand they have been dealt.

      • 218
        its bleak in sunderland says:

        A sad but uncomfortable truth this country is finished if I believed in God I would thank him every day for having been born in the early fifties.

  37. 210
    Anonymous says:

    Middlesbrough? Did someone mention Middlesbrough? God in Heaven, I used to live near there. Middlesbrough makes Darlington look like Beverly Hills. It is truly, truly the most godawful dump.

    • 215
      God Almighty is responsible for creating socialists says:

      Middleborough was one of the early designs for anuses that I tried out.

  38. 213
    Alan Milburn, family reasons. says:

    talking of free speech

  39. 217
    HenryV says:

    Hello Labour Voters of Rotherham! You dumb fuckers.

  40. 220
    its bleak in sunderland says:

    I would suggest that if you havnt paid income tax in the last 5 years you should be denied the vote why should taxpayers work their cocks off to keep the underclass who have no interest in their own wellbeing or this country.

    • 222
      HenryV says:

      Good idea. But not many of the underclass vote. Labour relies on the middle class who are rich enough to avoid the lunacy of Labour’s policies.

      • 229

        Except it is exactly the middle class who are suffering – if you have savings, the interest rates earned on them does not even cover inflation, and you then pay tax on THAT!

        LieBores intention was to destroy the concept of the old “working class” being able to aspire through grafting, to be an expanded middle class, with their own houses, savings, dignity and pride. They have set back the true cause of emancipation by decades, and made public sector slaves out of entire generations. This was the plan. It has worked.

        Still, Rotherham love them. (see other rant on #228 about THEM!)

        • 234
          HenryV says:

          Yes I take your point. I think the problem is defining middle class. And then we also have widely varying standards of behaviour. Not all are prudent savers. And for some hardship is directly related to the age of the wife’s car, the number and location of holidays etc. The prudent bank manager or school teacher of pre-WW2 days isn’t typical of today’s middle class. Also I wonder now where the line is between upper class and middle class.

    • 230
      Mark Reckless says:

      Before partaking of any Government sponsored service you should have to produce you Income tax payment receipt for the last financial year .

      That should sought out the boys from the girls, bonnie lad.

  41. 238
    Julia Middleton CEO Common Purpose says:

    Onwards to the revolution comrades

  42. 246
    MarkAustin says:

    There are two conclusions that appear to be supported by the recent bye-elections. The first is that the Lib Dems are finished, and the second is that UKIP forms an existential threat to the Conservatives.

    i am not sure about either.

    On the Lib Dems, yes in 2015, there vote will drop dramatically. But the number of seats? I reckon they will hold a majority. They will run the campaign as a series of unconnected bye-elections, stressing how good a local MP they have, what they have done etc. etc. Further, in the seats where Labour is a no hoper, you can be assured that every recognised Labour supporter will be (and probably is now) getting a Labour vote is a vote for the Conservatives leaflets. There’s evidence for the Lib Dems holding in their strongholds (seats they hold or threaten to win): in the recent Council elections the Lib Dems lost massively, but won seats in these areas; in the Police Commissioner elections, it was possible in some areas to distinguish constituency votes, and the Lid Dem votes held up in strongholds.

    On UKIP, some analysing of their vote has been done. Their core vote is drawn from all parties, but they get a Conservative protest vote at elections perceived to be unimportant: this returns at General elections. Indeed, they could be more of a threat to Labour: if Conservative voters in seats in the North, where the Conservatives are mostly irrelevant, join with disaffected voters from the other parties, plus the usual “none of the above” voters, some Labour seats could be at threat.

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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.”

orkneylad says:

What’s he been doing FFS, mining bitcoins?

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