December 9th, 2012

Clegg’s Conservative Christmas Card


Nick Clegg’s Christmas Card is the only political leader’s one that is Christmassy. The seasonal collage featuring Father Christmas and a snowman is by 8-year-old Caitlin Costello, who won a competition to feature on the LibDem leader’s card.  Both Ed Miliband’s card and David Cameron’s card are deficient in Christmas aspects. So it is good to see Clegg taking a more conservative line…


  1. 1
    Dave The Metropolitan homo says:

    S’true guido. Dave would NEVER take the Cnservative line

    • 7
      Popeye says:

      Yes but who paid for it, us suckers?

      • 66
        Anonymous says:

        It is sad that Nick Clegg has finished off the LD party. When we end up having the next general election even Nick Clegg will not be able to win his own seat.

        Rather then send Christmas card, Nick Clegg should send a card apologising to all LD party members and resign as LD leader.

        • 77
          Kebab Time says:

          Lick I said yesterday, who sends crimbo cards nowa days

        • 78
          Sorry is the hardest word says:

          • David Laws Lib Dem Fiddler says:

            Rather odd choice of cards, Clegg is an atheist. He dislikes the British culture and is out to change it. The continuation of more EU, mass immigration, change to the succession of the throne and gay marriage are not accidents. They are deliberate choices. Feeble Cameron lamely follows. Clegg is out to change the British culture.

        • 172
          Handycock (Teen Fondler) says:

          I could not agree more. Not only did Clegg not send me a get well card when I was in hospital, but he hasn’t sent me a Christmas card either, b*stard. Boaz.

        • 214
          Guardian reader says:

          If anyone ever wanted to know what utter scum we are you should read the Guardian’s obituary for Sir Patrick Moore – we call him a little Englander, claim that he is like a child who never grew up and just generally temper any scientific achievements by relentlessly pointing out how terribly wrong he was to oppose the Euro and mass immigration. We even claim it is strange to be interested in astronomy and to have his, terrible, outdated, views. He needed re-education.

          Thanks for keeping my newspaper going with those public sector job adverts.

          • The Chainsaw of righteous justice says:

            Agreed – Guardian are scum. Wonder what the BBC dare do next ? I hope the tribute show goes out on ITV.

          • rocknrolla says:

            read it – indeed they are the scum of the earth. The obituary is hilarious, if in bad taste, given the air of intellectual superiority they assume despite being profoundly ignorant of human nature. The line in it about it somehow being “ironic” to be interested in the universe while wanting to preserve an old society from mass immigration is pure sixth-form politics. Guardian readers are those wankers who wore che guevara t-shirts at college and never got laid.

            When will CastIron stop funding them?

          • The Guardian is despicable says:

            Sir Patrick Moore will always be a remembered as a legend and a towering intellectual giant compared to the smug non-entities who believe they are something special in the Guardian. You’d swear the pricks were writing about one of Mosley’s brown shirts. I really hope the piece of pious shitrag goes belly up sooner rather than later.

          • Bert says:

            Sir Patrick also was a rare survivor of many bomber crew missions during WWII, he was not just an inspirational educator and scientist.

          • jibbajabba says:

            Good point – he was a war hero who put his life on the line. How many Guardian readers would do that?

            The obituary they put out should always be remembered – it’s shameful really. Just a few hours after his death, using his obituary as a platform to attack the man, even ridiculing him – I can’t recall anything so vicious in the Sun or Daily Mail.

    • 69
      Butch Dave - not a nonce though says:

      Gay Huskies! Gay Huskies! Global Warming is melting all the Gay Huskies!

      Tax the Plebs!

    • 102
      just saying says:

      Foreigner Clegg probably thinks Caitlin is a little boys name, what with those ConDems and all that gayness.

    • 110
      Some Twat up North says:

      Sounds about right, Clegg needing an eight year old to help him out.

    • 177
      A Floater says:

      Hoorah. At last, a reason to vote LibDem

      • 184
        A Pedant says:

        I don’t see anything particularly CHRISTmassy about a card that doesn’t feature Christ.

        • 239
          Archdruids R Us says:

          The Christians elbowed their way in to our mid winter festival. Their sky fairy wasn’t born in December.

          • Richard Dawkins says:

            Hello. I like it when you bang on about critical thinking and individualisation whilst saying ‘sky fairy’ a few thousand times like every other internet atheist who masturbated to my book.

  2. 2
    Dave had best put the twats right. says:

    E.U. Supernanny will control Britain’s use of its Sovereign shale gas reserves

    • 25
      Vote UKIP says:

      Another good reason for a divorce.

      • 26
        UKIP.I.AM says:

        Check out the UKIP Christmas cards – they are more like it.

        • 68
          Gooey Blob says:

          UKIP are the sort of party that would print thousands of cards and then not be able to find volunteers to go out and deliver them.

          They couldn’t organise a p*ss-up in a brewery.

          • Ex Tory activist, now UKIP supporter says:

            Just wait and see.

            The PC Camoron and his financially incompetent buddies are in for a nasty shock in 2015

        • 392
          UKIP Spring says:

          The demand for cards was so great that they’re all sold out!

          Dave and his band of merry men will have a shock at the next election.

    • 105
      Christmas Cheer says:

      Article 50 to get out of the EU.

      Then get things sorted.

      Starting with ejecting all the immigrants.

      • 179
        A reasonable man says:

        We can keep the Irish, Dutch, Swiss, Norwegians, Danes, the Germans, the French, the Spanish, the Belgians and the Italians. Everyone else should piss off unless they have a job and no dependants.

  3. 3
    The sky at night RIP says:
    • 9
      Forgot my Monocle says:

      RIP Patrick Moore…

    • 11
      Raving Loon says:

      Who remembers gamesmaster?

    • 22
      Lee Grasper says:

      The hatred of lefties has no limits…

      • 24
        Anonymous says:
      • 46
        john in cheshire says:

        RIP Patrick Moore. Mr Jaspers, I don’t think there will be many people mourning for you when your time comes.

        • 79
          Mourning has broken, like the first mouening says:

          + zillions.

        • 129
          Labour...filth...just filth says:

          condlences and ditto

          • Evie says:

            RIP Patrick. You served our country well, and were an inspiration to many.

            As for the Guardian & that barsteward Lee Grasper, who gives a flying feck what that no mark has to say. He’s just a horrible & hateful ‘thing’.

            Funny how the lefties want to take away OUR freedom of speech, but think they can say anything they like.

      • 50
        We're all racists now says:

        There no depths to which this cretin Jasper will not sink.

        So Patrick Moore was a ‘racist’ was he?

        Moore, served in bomber command as a navigator – very short odds on survival. He was a brave and intelligent man but in Jasper’s eyes, being a middle class white man of his generation makes him a ‘racist’.

        Well fuck you Jasper you c unt. You will never be good enough to clean Moore’s boots.

        • 54
          Bollocks to Getting a Pseudonym says:

          Jasper’s a racist. I’ve said it, and I’m not going to retract my statement, because it’s my genuine opinion. If you have an obsession with race, you are a racist. End of.

          • E.P. says:

            I think we are all racists in one way or another.
            If you notice someone’s skin colour you’re a racist.

          • Haribo Halfwit says:

            Puzzled. What does ‘not noticing skin colour’ mean? Not OBSESSING about it, to the exclusion of other relevant distinguishing characteristics is rational. EXCLUDING it, uniquely, from relevance – does seems not to be.

        • 158
          Sally Daftcow says:

          What do you expect from Jasper, with DNA like his?

          • V1le Labour ruined my Country says:

            Are the police going to prosecute that Hunt jasper for racism. Someone needs to take him out.

        • 265
          CarryHole is a Complete Hunt says:

          Jasper is the racist.

      • 65
        Southern Avenger says:

        so jasper won’t be mourning Nelson Mandela then.

        • 71
          Mandela says:

          Oy vey! Will no one think of the mine owners?!

          • Zuma tumour. says:

            I do all the time and hope to nationalize them very soon.
            I am determined that the large gap between the economies of South Africa and the rest of Africa including Zimbabwe be drastically reduced.

        • 90
          Anonymous says:

          did saint Mandela lie about his membership of the communist party?
          did out of this world Richard Branson make a low key deal with himself to take over the loot in the NHS.
          . “But when it also won a £130m annual contract
          . to run core NHS and social care services
          . for children and young people in Devon, a
          . concerned parent instigated legal action
          to challenge the deal.” FT…..thankyou.

          did P Diddy… party with someone at ,,,,l this is trash.
          so saints lie.
          out of this world folks remain out of this world.

          patrick more sounds like …let,s have more of him, type of a person….this is untested. hopefully planets are amazing and wonderful. The planets are being replaced by stellar beings on earth.

        • 216
          Anonymous says:

          Fucking savages..

      • 95
        Lee Jasper Hater says:

        Once again the odious Jasper reveals what a pointless waste of DNA and Oxygen he really is. A creature that has contributed precisely fuck all to the benefit of mankind let alone the society and country that has to pay for him. Still living in that subsidised flat? How many kiddies and babymothers? Thieving racist piece of shit – should be doing time.

      • 182
        Who? says:

        No-one will mourn Lee Jasper.

        • 191
          Socialism is a severe mental illness says:

          I’m certain that’s true, and hope we’ll find out for sure, very soon.

          And if I’m wrong, and he is mourned, well.. meh.

        • 192
          Lee Jasper isn't even black. says:

          I’m certain that’s true, and hope we’ll find out for sure, very soon.

          And if I’m wrong, and he is mourned, well.. meh.

        • 387
          George Moonbat. says:

          I will mourn him as he is a grate (sic) friend of mine.

      • 197
        Jasper is a WANKER says:

        Are there no depths that leftys will not sink to?

        Patrick Moore was an RAF navigator and fought to defend the freedom that Jasper now enjoys.

        He waas not a racist in the slightest but questioned the lpolicy of unchecked immigration.

      • 201
        Lee Jasper is the thickest Labour Supporter ever ! says:

        Sir Patrick Moore – a man who volunteered for the RAF and served as a Flight Lieutenant in Bomber Command – Sir Patrick, a man who risked his life to kill Nazis.

        Hmm. Yes. I can see how that makes him ‘a racist’.

      • 277
        Forgot my Monocle says:

        Who the fuck is this loathsome ‘Lee Jasper’?? Has he or will he ever achieve the status, respect or audience of the late, great Sir Patrick Moore? cnut.

    • 268
      CarryHole is a Complete Hunt says:

      Buy his book.

      Let’s make it an Xmas #1!

  4. 4
    Blowing Whistles says:

    But what about the dodgy £6 million / year charity stitch up of the wifes?

    I wonder if the Common Purpose heads at the Charity Commission have anything to say?

  5. 5
    Pride comes before a fall says:
  6. 6
    Kebab Time says:

    Was it designed by Gordon?

  7. 8
    Anonymous says:

    Better than mark & rich anyway..

  8. 13
    Tay King-dePisse says:

    Considering his Dutch heritage (and his Christian name), I’d have expected a photo of him and Miriam to be dressed up as Sinterklaas and Zwarte Piet (St Nicholas and “Schwarzer Pete,” a Moor from Spain). Of course, he’d never hear the end of it from the Abbotts and Jaspers of the world…

  9. 14
    person on S London omnibus says:

    advanced stuff – its quite clear how clogg sees his market

  10. 16
    Benny Fitz-Clements says:

    Jog on, Jerry.

  11. 19
    Dianne Abigbutt says:

    I would like to say hat Iam dreaming of a black Christmas
    We go to the wall for Christmas

  12. 28
    Damned Impertinent Questions says:

    Designed by an 8 year old.

    Like most Lib Dem policies then

  13. 30
    Johnny Jihad says:

    Alladeen durka durka!

  14. 31
    IMHO says:

    It certainly looks like it has been done by an 8 year old,
    own up Clegg.

  15. 32
    Moussa Koussa's pet meerkat says:

    What has happened to Mr Fawkes’ campaign to abolish Palace Of Westminster food and booze subsidies?

  16. 34
    john in cheshire says:

    Why are the atheist even celebrating Christmas; the reason for the festival is in the name?

    • 49
      Anonymous says:

      It’s only the conventional name for the day. It’s really celebrating the approximate day of the winter solstice, as it has for several millenia. The days start getting LONGER again (actually Dec 22nd)

      • 81
        Gooey Blob says:

        Precisely. It’s not the only festival Christianity adapted either.

        Easter is an Anglo-Saxon festival, the name deriving from the goddess Eostre. Easter eggs and bunnies are all part of the original festival, Christianity merely adapted to find a way to include them.

        • 88
          john in cheshire says:

          If you are not a Jew or a Hindu, or a (god forbid) muslim, do you celebrate their festivals? No. So, either respect the Christian reasons for this time of year; and especially Easter; or do what you lot always do with religious festivals and either dance like a moron on the street, showing your racism, or ignore it entirely.

        • 175
          Xmas in Cleggoland says:

          Always puzzled me why JC’s birthday isn’t 1st of Jan – think about it…

    • 97
      Gloone says:

      Wrong. It’s a pagan ceremony of the Winter Solstice, which was later adapted to Christianity. You are surprisingly ignorant about your own religion; Jesus’ real birthday is never specified in the Bible.

      A day of gift-giving is not in the Bible either. Nor are Christmas trees, which are again a pagan ritual. Oh, and the chapter about Santa, the guy with the Reindeer from Lapland? Yeah, turns out you were imagining that one, too.

      Christmas is a mishmash of folklore and religions. The atheists who do celebrate it mainly do so because it’s a very enjoyable tradition, and because, like many Christians, they believe that family, friendship, and charity are things to be celebrated.

    • 130
      Ol' Crummy says:

      Were it left up to me, there had been no celebrations of any kind concerning the supposed day of the anniversary of the birth of Our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. That Our Lord’s birth should be remembered by a day of prayer and fasting is a truth too obvious to require explication. And for that matter, most every day is a good day for prayer and fasting, should one be in need of expiation for their sinfulness, which does include me along with all ye wretches as well.

      • 139
        early bird..... says:

        you should get out more

        • 218
          T. P. Fuller says:

          Ollie, you puzzlingly make no mention of self-flagellation with nettles. Or of hair shirts. Are you getting soft or what?

          • Ol' Crummy says:

            In sooth, neighbour Fuller, to my shame I discovered too many Puritans were perverts and enjoyed that sort of shite far too much. There is piety and then there is insanity. To-day’s Mohammedans do not always recognise the distinction.

          • Heil E Lewya says:

            Yeah, if every day is a day of fasting we are all going to get exceptionally thin – especially as we were taught as kids not to go to bed on a full stomach. Confused or what?

      • 198
        Christianity need not be joyless says:

        The two are not incompatible, Christmas Eve as day of fasting and abstinence, (helping to build up a decent appetite), midnight mass, 1am bowl of soup and mince pies, glass of champers, off to bed and wake up to a load of pressies, good company and a day of feasting. What’s not to like?

  17. 38
    LadyALondon says:

    Would have preferred ‘Happy Christmas’ though….bit Yanky to greet with ‘merry’…..

  18. 39
    P l e b says:

    George Osborne is paid £134,565 per year by the tax payer, he has a lucrative taxpayer funded expense account which means he pays for very little in his life, free food, shopping, phone, electric, gas and internet bills etc. He also has a £4 million Trust fund. On his taxpayer funded expense account he recently made £1 million out of flipping his taxpayer funded country house, paddock and “room for a pony”. When quizzed by a HoC Select Committee over his expense claims he failed to declare that his taxpayer assisted country home with an acre of land included a paddock, his excuse for not declaring the paddock is because he said: “It didn’t have a horse on it”. George Osborne who is destroying peoples lives and jobs etc and who is making the poorest in society pay for the sins of his greedy Tory doning, tax dodging banker mates, has the bare faced cheek to claim that “we’re all in this together”?

  19. 40
    Lefty Mong says:

    I think the card is racist. Not only are the evergreen trees white, but that snowman is clearly not multi-racial.

    • 44
      IMHO says:

      What it needs is a picture of a prophet on it.

      • 60
        Bollocks to Getting a Pseudonym says:

        As he’s in the political class, he’ll probably make a profit.

    • 104
      Airey Belvoir says:

      The symbolism of the card is explained in the Telegraph. The eight stars are the votes the Lob Dems got in Rotherham. The sleigh, stalled without reindeeer, symbolises the economy.

  20. 45
    Ed Balls - Shallow Chancer says:

    They’re cutting too far, too fast.

    • 140
      Labour...mendacious expedient sociopaths all of 'em says:

      now that would be sport…angela and david can compare the scale of their fiscals

      • 162
        Sally Daftcow says:

        That’s like saying we’re getting stuffed by a 7″ cocks instead of 8″. Enjoy!

    • 293
      CarryHole is a Complete Hunt says:

      Maybe an concentrating on an export economy and bunkrapting your trade partners with debt wasn’t such a good idea?

      Who could have expected that to happen?

  21. 48
    buffoon says:

    If he sent a card, I’d return it to Clegg and ask him to shove it right up his hole

  22. 52
    Jesus says:

    I died for your tins.

  23. 53
    Jack says:

    A more Christian line Guido

    Don’t be mealy mouthed…!!

  24. 55
    Sir Patrick Moore RIP says:

    Patrick Moore, apart from being a national treasure, was surprisingly conservative for a bbc personality. I wonder if that means the beeb WON’T be showing a tribute to him.

    • 63
      Bollocks to Getting a Pseudonym says:

      But you have to remember he joined the BBC at a time when being a normal civilised human being wasn’t considered wrong at BBC Towers. These days, he wouldn’t bother applying for a job, because he would know he’d be wasting his time.

      • 70
        Dawn French says:

        Are you saying I’m not normal?

      • 122
        Sic Transit Gloria Mundi says:

        He was also a brave man…he survived active service with RAF Bomber Command as a navigator(rising to the rank of Flight Lt) for the period 1940 -45 serving several tours of duty during that time…the survival rate was some of the lowest in the war…. lying about is age…he was 16 when he volunteered at the outbreak of war in 1939.His fiancee, a nurse, was killed in a bombing raid and he never married. RIP Sir Patrick

        • 143
          Your Friendly Neighbourhood Convenient Plausible Explanation Analysis Service says:

          With all respect to the memory and accomplishments of Sir Patrick, many men his age played the “she died in an air raid/V-rocket attack” to explain why they had never married. (For that matter, many women had “fiances who were killed fighting the war,” too.) Remember, it was illegal back then. No way to know for sure whether Sir PM was, or not, but it wouldn’t surprise us. He did, however, live at home with Mum (like many of Dorothy’s friends did, as did Jimmy Savile– make of that what you will), and so, his life story does nothing to dispel any notions one might have in that regard.

          • Xmas in Cleggoland says:

            He had a good innings, and was a marvellous character. So what if he had a big telescope in his garden?

          • The Fleet says:

            On the other hand, there were many thousands of people who were in fact killed in the war who had relationships which were shattered as a result. Nothing like all of the survivors were homosexuals. Probably only a fraction of them.

          • Haribo Halfwit says:

            Lesbianism was never illegal. There’s a quotation attributed to Queen Victoria which it is customary to use at this point as authority.

          • Your Friends etc, at 6:14 pm says:

            @The Fleet at 8:43 pm

            Needless to say there were too many tragic stories of that sort– wartime will produce that. But for many who lost a loved one in that way, time had a way of finding a new love to take the place of the one lost. Of course, not every serviceman who lost his civilian girlfriend matched up with a woman who had lost her boyfriend, indeed we should expect the numbers left far more women alone, but for many the end of the war meant a new life and a new love at an age young enough to have many decades of joy ahead of them. While undoubtedly for some, the pain of loss was too great, and no-one replaced the departed love, our point was that if all those who CLAIMED that this was the case were matched up against those for whom it truly WAS the case, there would still be a noticeable number of spurious claimants, for whom a claim of loss in the war was a way of living their life in some semblance of dignified privacy against prying eyes who had no business knowing what sort of love life they had, which, in the case of a male, subjected him to the criminal statutes.

      • 125
        Ray Baxter, Charles Chilton, David Attenborough etc says:

        It used to be a good place. Now, I think people should refuse to subscribe.

        • 178
          Xmas in Cleggoland says:

          Yes, Patrick was part of the old BBC guard, with that posh strange accent, who spoke back in the day mis-pronounciating their words.

          ie. “wan” instead of one, and “haawse” instead of horse, and etc. etc..

  25. 56
    Average muslim man in the UK says:

    We demandings that christmas renamed Praise Muhammad Month! Or we will be peaceful and blows you up!

  26. 58
    Joyce Thacker says:

    In Rotheram, we’ve banned christmas as it’s potentially offensive to our muslim residents. Instead, we’ve designated December 25 “Get your daughter circumcised Day”. We hope this will create harmony with the Muslims in our town.

  27. 61
    jimbo says:

    red flag of socialism, with a nice soviet style gold star on the top left.

    merry winter festival, Comrades!

  28. 67
    Jimmy says:

    Is it Rich’n’Mark?

  29. 89
    Simon Cowl says:

    Vote for Jahmene

  30. 91
    The Slog says:

    “While George was busy trying to get his savings up from £14bn to £22bn, the treasury over which he has nominal control spent 20 times that amount on QE….an acronym for economic stimulation that surely now should stand for Quantum Escapism. The economy is being neither eased not stimulated, and the banks continue to fritter this taxpayer bonus away. But austerity is “on target” says Michael Fallon, the government’s resident Libor expert.”

    • 93
      Apathetic ITV viewers says:

      Vote for Jahmene

      • 113
        Continuity IRA, AKA I Can't Believe It's Not IRA says:

        Vote Jedward if you know what’s good for you. Yeah, we know they’re not in the final. Just vote for them anyway.

        • 284
          Óglaigh na hÉireann says:

          Bejaysus datsa goodun roy derr, beggoragh. Ders a poik in me thatch… BOOM BOOM!

  31. 92
    He who no longer posts says:

    I remember taking my father, formerly a Naval officer, then aged 92 to Selsey and looking at the tranquillity of the small boats moored in the lee of the Bill and we got into conversation with a local. We were just outside Patrick Moore’s house and the man told us that one could just knock on his door and he would normally greet people and invite them in. However at this time, Patrick was experiencing some poor health and we all agreed it was kinder not to take advantage of his hospitality, fantastic as it would have been to meet him. But he had been on the television right from the time that my family had our first set, when I was about nine. He has always seemed to be the same age to me! Always interesting. Always enthusiastic. Always there – until now…

    A wonderful man who will be greatly missed.

    • 108
      Airey Belvoir says:

      Man does not meet Patrick Moore, quite an anecdote.

      • 134
        Anonymous says:

        Person shows consideration for fellow human being.

        That is a story nowadays.

      • 135
        Baby Boomer says:

        Don’t knock a good, civilised and pleasant anecdote, which clearly means a lot to the poster, just as having Patrick Moore around did to a lot of us.

      • 206
        Anne C Dote says:

        I once met a bloke who also claimed never to have met Patrick Moore. Fond it hard to believe though.

    • 109
      BBC says:

      We disown Mr Moore. He was never one of us. Instead we’ll be showing a classic episode of Reeves and Mortimer, who are legends and not, as some claim, utterly talentless c-unts.

    • 298
      Blowing Whistles says:

      He was a true eccentric & maverick in the real sense of the word – not like the faux Bojo.

  32. 94
    Ex Tory activist, now UKIP supporter says:

    I’m no admire of Cleggy, but at least his card has a Christmas theme, unlike the self promoting photos. of PC Dave and Ed the Prat.

    A better effort than those two, Nick

  33. 96
    Hang the Nonces says:

    P*edophile ring: A ‘p*edo palace’ where VIPs are feared to have abused young boys is being probed by cops –*edophile-ring-a-p*edo-palace-where-vips-1469127#.ULtpN3ZSp80.twitter

  34. 101
    Gloone says:

    Hahaha, Guido thinks that Santa and trees and snowmen are Christian symbolism.

  35. 103
    George Gideon Oliver Osborne says:

    I’m a Tory and can do what I bloody well like.

    George Osborne’s mortgage on paddock paid for by Plebs, ‘The something for nothing culture’

    • 124
    • 127
      Ed Balls - Shallow Chancer says:

      Talking about flippers….

    • 141
      nellnewman says:

      Well to be absolutely fair gordon and bliar knew absolutely all about that ‘ something for nothing’ and have made quite sure over the years that they have got more than their fair share of it !!!

    • 151
      Gog says:

      Nobody can lay a finger on Georgie O, even the looming 2015 elections aren’t any real threat, he’ll probably be privately grateful to be chucked out of his public service job so that he can start making the mega-bucks he anticipates from sitting on the boards and owning shares in the big corporations whose bidding he’s doing now. The political system in this, and most other countries, is not effected by voters, it’s simply a career stepping stone, a way individuals can prove their worth to the big multi-nationals that really control the world.

      • 152
        Anonymous says:

        Only ‘the worst’ for the electorate, for the corporations and big money he has all the qualifications they would ever look for, cold blooded, single minded greed, and a large dollop of arrogant disdain for everything civilised.

        And on top of that he will have given them £billions of public money and infrastructure by the time we are finally rid of the little shit.

        • 157
          Ipse says:

          The moment which really sickened me during Osborne’s statement the other day wasn’t his permanent smirk, loathsome though that is .No, it was when he couldn’t resist saying ” We’re all in this together. ” Although he bowed his head you could still see that the creep was actually laughing at what he considered to be a clever joke.Totally sums up the smartarse. It’s all a game to him .

    • 224
      Flipping Eck! says:

      Mr and mrs balls….say no more.

  36. 136
    Cheesy Wotsits says:

    A real Xmas card.

  37. 138
    Andrew S says:

    Why does his card look like the flag of red China? Is there a hidden message?

    • 150
      IMHO says:

      Merry Christmas?, they don’t half like to rub it don’t they, talk about the ghost of Xmas past, Tiny Tim has just had a seizure.

    • 163
      New world order says:

      China is the model form of governance for every perverted new world order freak, they look to the Chinese model of governance and wish they could enjoy the same power and authority in the West. Its why our treacherous leaders are hell bent on destroying our economy and disarming us and destroying our armed forces. China looks mighty good to the perverted reptiles that govern us, Maurice Strong is their toad in the hole and ambassador. Run the West into the ground and invite Mr Chinky in, and not to run the local takeaway either.

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  39. 154
    Anonymous says:

    Is there a superinjunction in place regarding a TV entertainer in his 80s?

    • 160
      Lady Britain says:

      I suppose the nature of such an injunction is that we don’t know

      • 209
        Anonymous says:

        Well yes but on the blogosphere anything goes. It just seems to have gone very quiet on that front, with the papers just referring to a man in his 80s from Berkshire. Now it can’t be Brucie ROFL

    • 297
      CarryHole is a Complete Hunt says:

      Have you found out who it is yet?

  40. 156
    IMHO says:

    Seen Elsewhere top right.
    “Iceland Bailed Out People and Imprisoned Bankers”.
    In this country bankers get a golden hand shake for criminal activity and co-conspirators are ennobled in the House of Lords.

  41. 164
    I don't want to share the same air as the Labour voting dogshit in Edinburgh says:

    Very Xmassy

  42. 165
    Noddy Holder says:

    That Rio Ferdinand money throwing incident wouldn’t have happened at Anfield….

    You’d never injure someone by throwing a Giro at them.

    • 187
      Xmas in Cleggoland says:

      Yes. Manchester is richer than Liverpool, it was a two pence coin. Down at the Arse it would have been a two pound coin, and a bar of bullion at Chelsea.

  43. 166
    HenryV says:

    Um. Is it me computer or do some posts never ever reach moderation they just get rejected out of hand straight away because they contain certain trigger words?

  44. 167
    Dave "Butch" Cameron says:

    This is so very true

    Lady: Do you smoke?
    Man: Yes
    Lady: How many packs a day?
    Man: 3 packs
    Lady: How much per pack
    Man: £10.00
    Lady: And how long have you been smoking?
    Man: 15 years
    Lady: So 1 pack cost £10.00 and you have 3 packs a day which puts your spending each month at £900. In one year, it would be £10,800 correct?
    Man: Correct
    Lady: If in 1 year you spend £10,800 not accounting for inflation, the past 15 years puts your spending at £162,000 correct?
    Man: Correct
    Lady: Do you know that if you hadn’t smoked, that money could have been put in a step-up interest savings account and after accounting for compound interest for the past 15 years, you could have now bought a Ferrari?
    Man: Do you smoke?
    Lady: No
    Man: Where’s your fucking Ferrari then?

  45. 169
    Xmas in Cleggoland says:

    It’s a bit Ivor the Engine cartoon, isn’t it? Very Blue Peter. Wonder if Clegg gave her a badge.

    • 171
      Artist in residence says:

      The casual strokes of the hillsides are not those of an 8 year old. Adult help

      • 180
        Xmas in Cleggoland says:

        casual strokes – 8 year old – adult help ???? You filthy beast, go and wash your fingers out!

        : )

      • 181
        HenryV says:

        I am surprised that comment wasn’t moderated containing these words

        casual strokes
        8 year old

      • 193
        Xmas in Cleggoland says:

        By the way, good Ivor the Engine episode here – must be one of his classics. And good economic hidden messages in it too, for the kiddies,

      • 212
        Dr Gordon Brown MP says:

        Nurse, have you seen my green crayon ? Oooooh it’s all brown now, hee hee hee.

  46. 173
    Gordon Brown says:

    Nurse, I’ve got a twiglet stuck up me bum!

    • 176
      Anonymous says:

      Sounds like Chris Bryant’s cock.

      • 186
        Fabians are Evil says:

        It is no wonder that the socialists believe in Santa he, like them, gives away free stuff.

        But credit where credit is due; the socialists give away FREE MONEY (in return for your vote) so you can buy stuff from China – and they pay for it by way of borrowing from the bank of China.

        And here is the clever bit – our future generations are the ones who have to pay the debt back

        Hang on! – there may be a flaw here………If we destroy our wealth creating manufacturing base by buying Chinese stuff how can our kids afford to repay our debt?

  47. 183
    Operation Crossbow says:

    Vince Cable just got a verbal blow job from John Piennar on Radio 5. We got ‘Vince’ all the way through as if Pienaar was talking to a personal friend. The whole tone of the interview was “It’s all the fault of those nasty Tories, don’t you agree Vince?”. The only awkward moments came when Kevin Maguire piped up with his usual whinge about cutting benefits for Labour voters…sorry I mean unemployable dross.

    What gets me is how thick the BBC/Daily Mirror lot are. We have a deficit of about 120 billion a year, unless you really cut spending the only way to close that gap is from higher taxes on the majority as we can’t avoid taxes, the very rich can.

    So a 1p rise in income tax for the normal tax bad raises I believe about 5 billion or so. So to close that gap you’d need to put the standard rate of income tax up by 25p making us all pay basically the higher rate of tax.

    Funny the left never point that one out. Not only that the left forget to tell people that in addition to the 120 billion we borrow every year, we also have to pay out 40 billion a year simply servicing the interest on our national debt which of course is also being added to every year and now is over a trillion pounds.

    Only halfwits like Maguire and Owen Jones think getting a few rich people to pay a bit more in tax. Even Apple couldn’t cover that gap if it paid all its profits as tax.

    What I don’t get is where is someone from the Tories actually shutting up the BBC and telling people as it is?

    If Google, Starbucks, Apple, Microsoft etc paid full UK corporation tax it might raise a couple of billion in total but nothing like the amount needed to dent out deficit.

    • 215
      Dr Gordon Brown MP says:

      Don’t worry when I gave £500bn of your money to the struggling Banks in 2008 I was strongly reassured by their promises to repay the full amount with a tidy profit within 5 years.

    • 234
      Joe Benefitter says:

      What’s all this crap about deficit n’ national debt n’ stuff?

      That Mervyn bloke at the Bank of England keeps coming on telly about all those hundreds of billions of new pounds that they’ve created or Q.E.’d or something. He can just do more of it.

      It’s not like it’s something important like football or the price of petrol is it?

    • 237
      Anonymous says:

      Excellent comments. You really have got the picture. Stand for parliament Crossbow. you have got my vote

    • 305
      CarryHole is a Complete Hunt says:

      Also the higher the income tax, the less able to employ someone you are…

      There’s a word for that, it’s called unemployment.

    • 307
      CarryHole is a Complete Hunt says:

      3 Billion tax cut of ending the license fee, might not be much of a dent in the deficit, but it’s a great start.

      • 322
        Anonymous says:

        do we need any more wmd?
        they don,t come cheap.

        • 330
          The soon-to-be-ex-tit in number 10 says:

          No, but we need more wind to power my father-in-law’s windmills.
          Eat more beans, you plebs.
          Remember, you’re all in it together.
          Toodle pip.

  48. 190
    Superman says:

    What’s good about being a Conservative? Losers all

    • 194
      Ken Livingstone says:

      Conservatives tend to be intelligent, wealthy and successful. Whereas stupid, poor, ignorant people with little or no chance in life tend to vote Labour.

      • 308
        CarryHole is a Complete Hunt says:

        or those who got a parental welfare state called the trust fund.

        Earners don’t vote for looters.

  49. 200

    Why is Cameron intent on destroying the meaning of Marriage?

    Civil partnerships we were told were the solution and the end of the matter of homosexuals wishing to be an item.

    • 203
      Boris is a Twat Too says:

      And What is Boris up to? Only last week he was anti Homosexual and EU wedlock and now he has flipped 180 degrees.

    • 205
      One-term Dave, dragging the Tories to their grave, says:

      Why? Why not, what what? It’s my second highest priority; second only to spending all your money on African windfarms.

      Is there anything else I should be thinking about? Gufff-haw haw haw haw! I don’t think so.

      Toodle pip!

    • 211
      George Orwell says:

      Having everyone arguing about this issue is probably considered a handy distraaction from something else, though what that would be is a bit of a mystery given the outstanding performance the coalition has put in since they won the election.

      • 267
        Interested Public says:

        Things to be distracted from, but we aren’t really: child abuse scandal, child abuse at the f***cking BBC scandal, paying license fee to child abusing BBC c*nts, economy, NHS death lists, Christmas, food price inflation, EU taking the p*ss, not having a referendum, noticing that UKIP are electable, a lot of MP’s are tax avoiders and generally fraudulent, GBP is likely to get devalued next year, net migration out of the country is up. Ooops – that’s my flight number. Ciao.

    • 213
      Dave. Fail says:

      Tory HQ is totally influenced by metropolitan Westminster and no longer reflects the wishes of the shires.

      In short the Tory party has gone to Hell in a hand cart.

    • 221
      ME. says:

      There should be a referendum on something as important as this. Cameron did not include this bombshell in his manifesto.

  50. 233
    Who? says:

    X Factor won by a non-entity who will remain a non-entity.

  51. 236
    I don't care says:

    I have never seen an episode of X factor.

    • 333
      Morris Gatsonides says:

      Must be something to do with travelling faster than light.

      • 375
        Speedy Gonzo says:

        There was a young fellow called Bright
        Who travelled much faster than light.
        He went out one day in a relative way
        and arrived home the previous night.

  52. 238
    Saffron says:

    1)Who cares a gnats chuff about what is on cleggovers christmas card,his party are on the death knell come the next general election.
    2)Cammoron and Bolshie Ed who cares about their christmas cards,certainly not the british public and I mean the true british public.
    3)Cammoron must be in need of a lobotomy if he thinks that one of the most important issues is gaybo church marriages.
    4) Marriage is between a man and a woman,nature always intended it to be so,hence we have all species being born over the millenia.
    5)This country is now being run by the most self serving bunch of misfits ever,parliamentary rule of the people by the people,don’t make me laugh,the standards now are of slimy people intent on their own ends come what may.
    6) Cammorom and his ilk Red Ed are the pits of british politicians,talk about politicians these two take the biscuit.

    • 244
      Screwed Taxpayer says:

      You’re too kind. THEY ARE UTTER SHITS

    • 254
      Interested Public says:

      Only thing of import about Cleggy’s card is that the kid who made it did a good job.

      Everything you said though: +10

    • 312
      CarryHole is a Complete Hunt says:

      >This country is now being run by the most self serving bunch of misfits ever

      Sorry, but compared to Gordo and Bliars lot these bunch of morons are amateur looters.

  53. 245
    Joyce Thacker says:

    It’s come to my attention that Patrick Moore was a UKIP supporter and that he once said he was English rather than British and had no wish to integrate with anyone. We at Rotheram Council are horrified and we demand that there be no memorial service or even a funeral. Instead, let us hold a minute’s silence for all the brave Taliban soldiers who’ve died.

    • 255
      Plod Squ@d says:

      We are on a roll and are confident that an astromomeress from decades ago will come foreward accusing Mr Moore of r@pe.

    • 257
      Dave your PC Prime Minister says:

      I may not always agree with you Joyce, but I admire all the good work you and your multicultural colleagues are doing in Rotherham.

      By the way. Please ensure that only maried gays and lesbians are allowed to be foster parents in future. Boys and girls thrive so much better with that dual role model.

      • 259
        Rotherham SS (Social Services) says:

        Our department recognizes your support, and assures you that our snatch squads shall continue to monitor closely the development of your children for their ongoing safety.

        Provided the aforementioned couples are suitable for fostering and hold compatible political affiliations, our department will continue to implement child state protection measures as it sees fit.

        Think global, act local.

        • 271
          Dave the Gays' Luvver says:

          Thanks. Great to know that next time Sam and I dump some of our sprogs in a pub, they will privileged to experience gay care supervised by the SS.

          • Rotherham SS (Social Services) says:

            Our department welcomes your encouraging words, and Frau Thacker herself is keen to announce that this is in line with our new policy of initiating all young into the light of Lucifer.

            Think global, act local.

          • Speedy Gonzo says:

            “Snatch squads”? Isn’t that a bit naughty? Not to say sexist too!

  54. 247
    Operation Crossbow says:

    Rather sickening to see the left trashing Sir Patrick Moore already because of his ‘right wing views’

    Julie Bindle up first who on the Sky Paper review had not one good thing to say. Why should Patrick Moore like Germans? They killed many of his friends and he spent 5 years trying to stop they wiping out most of Europe. Many people of his age think the same way.

    As for immigration, Britain is not the Country today he and the others who fought in WW2 thought they’d ever see. A broken nation with a dominant Germany once again.

    Really is worrying that the left just trash anyone now who doesn’t have that right on lefty PC view of things.

    Makes you wonder how long anyone who opposes the BBC/Guardian view of the world will be allowed to vote?

    • 258
      The philosophers stone says:

      When one heard of the death earlier today, made a bet with a BBC watcher addict that his UKIP interest would raise some unnecessary ridicule.

      Response – lots of incredulous denial, it was my suggestion that was abhorrent, and the bet was accepted vigorously.

      Easiest GBP 10 ever.

      • 263
        Operation Crossbow says:

        Radio 5 will no doubt be trashing him as well, we’ve got to suffer fatty Nolan and then Nicky Campbell followed by Richard Bacon who will ALL mean his ‘right wing views’ or more likely ‘extreme right wing views’

    • 282
      BBC Commissioner says:

      Now that inconvenience is out the way, I have an idea for a new program.

      ‘The male anus at night’, presented by Owen Jones. It will introduce a new generation of children to the joys of the male anus, with particularly impressive specimens examined closely. Topical male anus news will be discussed at length.

      We expect teachers will want to play it in the classroom, so it will definitely be on BBC iPlayer. It’s the sort of material that HD was invented for.

      • 283
        Young timmy in a care home says:

        But what about prolapse ?

      • 301
        Operation Crossbow says:

        Will we also get Anus gazing live presented from Hampstead Heath?

        • 363
          BBC Commissioner says:

          Kate Humble is already under contract. Every week, a guest expert on the male anus will introduce and educate viewers on the activities of these fascinating nocturnal creatures.

          As usual, the BBC will lead the way in terms of technology, with our live infra-red bumming-cam hidden in an empty pack of Bensons providing footage we can only describe as startling.

      • 313
        CarryHole is a Complete Hunt says:

        Rebrand it “Owen Jones’ black hole special”?

  55. 262
    Incapable Vince says:

    In private, whilst enjoying the trappings of office, I always sign up to government policy. In public, I always slag off government policy. Does that make me a hypocrite or a liar?

  56. 274
    ah! monika's moniker is a gonner says:

    Rod Stewart Sings ” For the SAKE old Auld Lang Syne”

    Chorus.-For auld lang syne, my dear,
    For auld lang syne.
    We’ll tak a cup o’ kindness yet,
    For auld lang syne.

    • 275
      ah! monika's moniker is a gonner says:

      + of

    • 304
      Operation Crossbow says:

      Would that be ‘Scottish’ Rod Stewart of tartan troozers fame who was actually born in that famous Scottish town of London? The same Rod Stewart who is as Scottish as Mel Gibson’s accent in Fartheart or whatever it was called?

  57. 280
    Ed Balls - Shallow Chancer says:

    Sticks fingers in ears and sings stutters loudly, ‘LALALALALALALALA….

  58. 290
    Benny Fitz-Clements says:

    *33% say it was “right that benefits should only be increased at 1% a year”;

    *A tough-minded 19% say it was wrong, “benefits should not have been increased at all”;

    *35% say wrong, “benefits should have been increased in line with inflation or more”

    Have I been living beyond your means ??

  59. 292
    HRH Charlie says:

    Duchy Organic beetroot relish 310g

    Organic ingredients, Beetroot (22%), bramley apple, cane sugar, onion, cider vinegar, water*, sultanas, lemon juice, ground ginger., *approved non-organic ingredient

    Water is an approved non-organic ingredient dear subjects.

    • 325
      Anonymous says:

      prince is into cattle management using astrology….this approach is growing.

      • 328
        Blowing Whistles says:

        He’s on record at the dirty citadel of Brussels – promoting climate change / GW etc – AND HE TALKS TO PLANTS … oh please.

  60. 295
    Richard Dawkins says:

    Hello. I like it when you bang on about critical thinking and individualisation whilst saying ‘sky fairy’ a few thousand times like every other internet atheist who masturbated to my book.

  61. 300
    Maxwell's Silver Hammer says:

    “A cocktail bar in east London has been raided by police after it sold a drink containing whale skin.

    Bar Nightjar in City Road, Hackney, was visited by officers on 3 December after an allegation was made in October.

    The bar said it used to serve a drink, called Moby Dick, which had “a small amount of whisky infused with a single 2[cm] x 5cm strip of dried whale skin”.

    Under EU law, there is a ban on the hunting and trading of cetaceans such as whales and dolphins.

    Police have seized the bottle of whisky for testing, but no arrests have been made” – Beeb News Web Site.

    Nice to see the Boys in Blue have their priorities right.

  62. 310
    Blowing Whistles says:

    And now a special treat for all you insomniacs – seeing as the broadcasters have done their paper reviews and that the Dead Tree Press [gangs] have had to go to ‘print’ HaHaHa!

    Review this:-

    1. Where is all the CCTV footage from the Hospital – showing all the movements of the nurse and the “M-a-n-a-g-e-m-e-n-t” in the hours following the hoax call and up to the time of her death? One could hope (forlornly) [faith & charity too] that plod “seized” all the CCTV footage …. [are you thinking what Jean Charles' ghost may be thinking?] when the poor woman was found dead … but did they or did someone else?

    2. Cameron seems to be in a hurry to push through so many things which the British public do not agree with – so is he in panic mode to ‘bludge through so much’ – because he and his coalition partners’ partnership may well be about to come unstuck [If they enact it all before their floundering ship sinks - who's hand is on the tiller?] – not that is, that anyone wants a return to New Labour …

    3. I’m off to bed now.

    • 317
      Realist says:

      Cameron likely wants to get the bit of the communitarian agenda through which he is meant to in his term, so he can swan off safely when he moves on. Chances of early election are looking high at the moment. If he fails on his mission, he may wind up suffocating on a satsuma. In any case, they are still trying to distract public attention from the large child abuse elephant which is still swinging it’s trunk and a fistful of cats around the room.

      Good point on the tapes – likely the footage is unavailable. Plod would not take it unless they suspect foul play. The current not suspicious unexpected line would not have triggered that sort of investigation. If anything raises a flag with the coroner that will change.

      • 321
        Blowing Whistles says:

        The Coroner – huh – KDealvliyd’s coroner was compromised – just goggggle Geoffrey Scriven and his death …. and what happened to him upon attending at DK’s coroners inqust…

        These devious barstewards – really are the lowest of the low – but hey does their desperation become blatantly apparant?

        • 324
          Realist says:

          Yup – just playing along. The desperation is palpable, the next few steps are very delicate and it seems that things are not going to plan as intended.

          The old saying – you can fool some people some of the time, is probably quite relevant right now.

        • 338
          Blowing Whistles says:

          Sub note – Scriven was infamous for his so called ‘scandalising of the judiciary’ – he only spoke the truth and there is a growing army of others who know exactly what he outed as the truth – despite that he had no end of 2-faced mongs surrounding him.

    • 323
      Blowing Whistles says:

      btw – I lied when I said I was off to bed.

      What can the DTP say – tomorrow when all of this has been ‘timelocked’?

      F the lot of them for their disingenuousness.

      + I hope someone alerts the DJ’s to this blog they can use it in any defence against any pitiful crass and groundless & foundationless litigation or charges that may be put to them.

      Jesu FH Ch – I love fucking over the legal fraternity – I am starting to get high on this – AND [excuse the shouting] without drugs as well.

    • 326
      Anonymous says:

      the new line is that nurse was depressed. did they say that about d,ke,l,l,y too?
      as the sympathy button has been pressed again, kate middleton has suffered a relapse.
      keypoint…the pregnancy is not safe until end of december, 12 weeks from conception……kinda coincides with the world is not safe until the end of december mayan prophesy passes. DM reports that the pregnancy was carefully planned and Ms Middleton went on a special fertility diet.
      …keyword: public sympathy.
      …key management tool: get public emotionally attached to the unborn child. shockingly a few days ago in the DM a photo of what the child will look like in a few years time appeared. This is what the McCanns did too.
      blindness starts with emotional attachment.

      so stay calm, stay cool and create a distance….the baddies are coming.

      • 329
        Blowing Whistles says:

        Au Contraire – re the baddies are coming – the baddies are beyond the pale and are fucked. All they have left in their misbegotten bag of ‘tricks’ is the fear factor – fear of something that might happen – its all baloney – when you strip away the emotional twists.

        Be not fearful of the ‘threat’ of some ‘possible’ ‘future’ fear – It’s all ‘mind games’.

        • 336
          Realist says:

          Yes – the chance of a real false flag event happening now is much higher as the mind games are wearing thin.

      • 331
        Realist says:

        First Trimester of pregnancy is always dicey – nothing more should be read in to that.

        Nurse being depressed b/s: Stage was set with reports of her being in an inconsolable state, and apparently online describing herself as being nervous.

        Report in South African publication which interviewed her parents – they are surprised as she was a very happy person.

        Also – nurse had family, two kids, was also due to go over to India to see her family later this month. Parents in India learned of suicide not from the husband who contacted (and quite rightly as suicide is not official), but from the media speculation. They disagree that it is in their daughters character.

        That she was depressed for some reason to do with the prank, so she suicided is total trash. If there was a note, the police would not be treating this as ‘unexplained’. Most suicides do leave a note, particularly if they have family.

        That she was found unconscious early in the day suggests that others were keeping an eye – so she was certainly not isolated.

        If she did take her own life, it was not due to the hoax.

        Surprisingly quiet on the other nurse – the one who did actually give all the confidential details out.

        • 335
          Blowing Whistles says:

          When the ptb are as a rule found out – the bog standard ‘form’ is to attack the person’s mental state of mind [its the last desperate resort of the ptb as ever throughout history] Someone was accused of aneorexia and no end of other mental disorders some years ago …. [by the press pack of hounds no less] a very very high profile person no less ….

          Here’s a big clue so 19 / FTAC – duplicitous Cnuts.

          • Realist says:

            BBC have been serving up dementia with everything recently – just an observation which I think is to your point.

            One thing still not fully understood is why govt got so involved with m.c.c.a.n.n. cover up. Coincidence on stemcor, a ring of sorts or something to do with Lisbon treaty. Just hope the body was disposed of with dignity.

        • 383
          Heil E Lewya says:

          Was she warned not to carry a pencil sharpener around with her? Dangerous things…..

    • 334
      albacore says:

      Don’t fret over Plod; he’s well on the ball
      The coppers today will go to the wall
      Ensuring no racist gesture or call
      Is ever again allowed to appal
      Dixon of Dock Green was never this tall
      Wave ta-ta to that soppy “Evenin’ all”

  63. 332
    Blowing Whistles says:

    On a lighter note the cleggy chriss card shows some ‘curtains’ – perhaps it was indicative of Cleggs future?

    • 337
      T D S McOverprogs says:

      Not much danger of him pulling himself together any time soon.

      • 339
        Blowing Whistles says:

        Myself and dare I say it – Annette Curton – would be proud of that response.

        • 341
          T D S McOverprogs says:

          Someone who shall remain nameless seems to have closed the shutters on Ms Curton on pane of death.

        • 345
          Still around though Peeps says:

          Gone but not forgotten, how do make a Venetian blind?.

          • A Knight (on the slates) says:

            Tell him to lie down and think of his big fat EU pension.

          • Xmas in Cleggoland says:

            Yes, A Knight (on the tiles) – Cleggova could really give two shites for the UK, he has his eye on that EU job in 2015.

            The Lib Dems really are a right bunch of airheads, aren’t they? Like rabbits they are, caught in the headlamps of power, or sheep…

          • A Knight (on the tiles/slates/whatever) says:

            Oh deer, didn’t know sheep had headlamps.


            And to think that this oxygen-thief was ever given air-time …..
            Just gave the bastard another kilo of slaps for old time’s sake.
            The Limp Dumbs seem to have this peculiar idea that they can spend whatever they like regardless of the damage they inflict on the taxpayer. They act like they have no sense of responsibility. (Not that Liebor or the used-to-be-Conservatives are any better, of course.)

          • Xmas in Cleggoland says:

            Clegg mother hen meehs,
            and they all blind follow him.
            To land of gawd where’s,
            ’15 majorities getting slim.

          • Heil E Lewya says:

            Same way you make a Maltese cross – poke him in the eye.

    • 343
      Xmas in Cleggoland says:

      Yes, Lib Dems are having a lot of good pracitice at drawing curtains on themselves.

  64. 354
    Mr Frost says:

    All that’s missing is the yellow hammer and sickle.

  65. 358
    Santa's grotty says:

    Santa Claus only comes once a year, but when he does he always leaves a sockful.

  66. 360
    gramma says:

    Reading early morning newspaper headlines, sad to see that nothing changes.
    Vaz comes out from under his stone, to use the death of the nurse as a bandwagon to further his future promotion to the Lords.
    Lord Falconer, famed for smoothing the way for Bliar’s war in Iraq: Advocate for making it easier for governments to restricy Freedom of Information now enters the fray as legal advisor to the Socialist plan for Press regulation.
    Another day for the blind leading the blind, or at the very least, forcibly suggesting putting blinkers on those who wish to see the whole picture.
    I despair.

  67. 361
    Expel Australia from the Commonwealth non says:

    That card has obviously been designed by his children.

    I thought it was a criminal offence in 2012 to use child labour in the EU.

    • 366
      Anonymous says:

      Like his spanish wife though – what the fuck she sees in him is beyond me, Songs for her, but night be italian, but same difference,

      OK, scandanavian then – they’re all the same to be, ey Dave Cee?

  68. 370
    Anonymous says:

    Spanish misses – strange! Song for her, spamish or italian? mmm. Bugger it, some scandanavian, same difference over the channel, ey Dave Cee,

    Ey, Vera Lynn, maybe,

  69. 371
    Vera, Vera, what has become of you? says:

    Song for his spanish misses – what she says in him, don’t ask me, though spanish or italian one but bugger it, some scandanavian,

    What do you think Dave Cee – they are all the same from the otherside of the channel after all, ey Dave? What Vera Lynn? Ok then Dave, here goes,

  70. 372
    Vera, Vera, what has become of you? says:

    oh bollocks!

    Now let this be a lesson to you when you forget to shove a name in when posting, and feel as if you are being blanked.

    Bluddy norton symantec running a scrub on my hard disk at eight behind my back…

  71. 390
    Mando Lynne says:

    Oop’s it’s f*ckucking red. May be there is a clue in there.

    Mando Lynne

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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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