December 16th, 2012

Exclusive: Tory Online Campaign in Marginal Constituencies
Highlights “Hardworking Families v People Who Won’t Work”

Have Your SayEd Miliband’s key political strategy adviser Greg Beales told the last National Executive Committee meeting that their private polling showed that the biggest doubts the public has about the Labour Party were over immigration, spending too much and being soft on benefit cheats. This chimes with George Osborne’s strategic dividing line on welfare reform, where Ed Miliband and Ed Balls appear to be happy to be on the opposing side of the argument to the public. The Tories are going to relentlessly exploit this strategic weakness.

On Wednesday at PMQs Miliband went on the attack on welfare and then LabourList revealed on Thursday that the Labour Party was planning an online campaign in 60 key marginal seats. CCHQ was alerted and Grant Shapps ordered a rapid pre-buttal campaign in the same 60 marginal seats. Within 24 hours local newspapers in places like Watford, Thurrock and Blackpool North were flooded with hundreds of thousands of online adverts. Labour candidates looking at the news on their local newspaper websites this morning will be horrified to see CCHQ spending money to support incumbent Tory MPs two years ahead of the general election. It is going to be a long campaign…


  1. 1
    Hot Dog says:

    Hardworking Families v Chavs, FIGHT!!!

    • 3
      Backslapping party in SE Engerlund says:

      “Tory” and “Online” don’t seem to go together yet – they still haven’t got the hang of it. Thef eighteenth centuryites are only just get the hang od electricity, let alone steam engines.

      • 15
        Living in 96.98 percent white Merseyside says:

        They still think we’ll get our Empire back. In a way we already have – they’ve all come here!

        • 21
          Backslapping party in SE Engerlund says:

          Well said pal – they all had british passports, from India, Kenya, Uganda, Jamaica etc. etc. But I will draw the line on Ozzies – they are just simply too white and blonde…

          • Living in 96.98 percent white Merseyside says:

            Wasn’t that due to Atlee? Thing is, he didn’t think for one moment anyone would want to come and live in immediate post-war Britain.

          • Bob Menzies says:

            Thank you. I am British to my bootstraps.

            Never seen an abo here though.

          • Backslapping party in SE Engerlund says:

            No, when they were empire countries they actually had British pasports, so there was no reason why they couldn’t move here after their independence. Anyway, there was a labour shortage in and after the late forties, so they were more than welcolmed then.

            Yes, a labour shortage – hard to believe now, what with these days you have got to be some sort of circus act that can jump through hoops to get a job these days, due to tory hunt managers running things.

          • Sir William Waad says:

            Attlee may have thought that, because huge numbers of Indians and Caribbeans had fought and died for us in WWII, they ought to be allowed to live here.

          • Backslapping party in SE Engerlund says:

            Ed go-balls – don’t get me wrong, they are also up mu street too, Marnie from brisbane, and Amii from Mebourne. Amii is a rock star, apparemtly, as here, but I had more bangs per Oz bucks from Marnie though, oh god yes,

            And NOOO, it was free, free love – the Oz bucks was the fucking cost of the ticket to get there in the first fucking place. OZ IS MILES AWAY, to state the bleeding obvious. Fine ladies – they couldn’t get enough of my taffy balls.

          • MV Empire Windrush Log says:

            The fact is that there was a shortage of workers in industry and most sectors after WW2 so hence the Labour Government actively encouraged immigration from the Empire primarily from West Indies and later from the sub-continent

          • Gooey Blob says:

            One would hope it isn’t just going on defending marginal Tory seats and that some is targetting marginal Labour seats. Faced with Miliband as Labour leader, the Tories should be aiming to win a substantial majority in 2015.

          • Backslapping party in SE Engerlund says:

            Made Marnie from Brisbane laugh when I asked her if she was a psycho as well, after I explained the reason why I asked her – think it built her ardour, and banging, grinding me down to nothing, and spitting me out like a wet bar of taffy soap, from the otherside of the world…

          • Backslapping party in SE Engerlund says:

            More Amii from Melbourne, with a black wig – but still looks hot,

            Good banging music too, for Ozzies…

          • Backslapping party in SE Engerlund says:

            Bugger it, might as well post some Victoria Hesketh from Blackpool, north west of Ingerlund, aka Little Boots, and why not?


          • Anonymous says:

            Taffy has missed his meds again ffs.

          • Backslapping party in SE Engerlund says:

            thought meds worked the way around, anon…

            Keep sitting in your armchair away with the clouds, anon.

        • 47
          Damned Impertinent Questions says:

          So what? Many of them work a lot harder than the ‘indigenous’ people – that’s where the real problems with the wasters lie

          • Truthteller says:

            If it’s good enough for the third world to come here, do feck all and claim benefits, then I’m damn sure it’s good enough for the indigenous people.

          • Anonymous says:

            all this divide and rule leads to Big Government. Big Stick. Big Brother.
            remove the reason for big government, big stick and big brother.

        • 189
          Be honest...a sizeable proportion of our indigenous population are lazy ***** says:

          Ugandan Asians were thrown out of Uganda by Idi Amin in the 1970′s.They were all British Passport holders and were professionals;shop keepers and middle management. Uganda quickly went down the pan as a result whilst these people by dint of hard work and aspiration came to the UK and set up businesses.Many of to-days British Asian entrepreneurs and millionaires can be traced back to that influx. The fact is that they got off their backsides and worked,encouraged their kids to work hard at school and go into the professions whilst the lazy indigenous populace was either going on strike,working to rule or skiving and now whingeing about the latest influx of hard working immigrants

          • Gooey Blob says:

            If there were a “recommend” button by your post I’d have clicked it.

          • my homeland says:

            And how have the ugandan asians helped their former birthplace
            since that time???

          • Backslapping party in SE Engerlund says:

            They were originally from the indian sub-continent originally, you numbnuts, to complicate the brit empire issue even more.

            What the fuck do they teach in history these day pals?

          • Backslapping party in SE Engerlund says:

            ok, you did say Ugandan asians – so what is actually your point?

          • Backslapping party in SE Engerlund says:

            bluddy youtube click away somewhere else, try this one, but I have no hope,

          • Backslapping party in SE Engerlund says:

            bollocks – yank CBS fascists!

      • 33
        Grumpy Old Man says:

        Another Leftie induhllectual rewriting history. Exploitation of steam power came before exploitation of electrical power.

        • 52
          Backslapping party in SE Engerlund says:

          I think you get what I meant – I am sure I grammatically put it the right ways around. Do you want a serf to put the saddle on your horse, Sir?

        • 57
          Backslapping party in SE Engerlund says:

          ok ok, looking back so I should have put it the other way around – but maybe my subliminal mind was thinking of brain electricity or lightning from the sky, maybe… Good vid of Lightning here, to keep you happy,

          Any good Grumpy? I’m ex-RAF, groundcrew, by the way, non-commissioned (you might be able to tell…)

          • Backslapping party in SE Engerlund says:

            Another brilliant non-commissioned bloke, trying to cope with the self-deluded torys in our life,

            And no, I am not a spy. Economical with the truth? Well……

          • CYNICAL OLD MAN says:

            Guido, please stop this fucking troll posting useless video links on your pages. The twat keeps coming on here using different tags and gums up the works with his pointless postings and videos. He’s posting so many video links it taking forever to access pages, which is probably the feckin’ idiot’s intention.

      • 143
        Backslapping party in SE Engerlund says:

        More for Georgie Porgy puddin’ an’ pie, and Dave Cee, and that Boris – backbeating faggots the lot of them are, ol’ boy,

        • 150
          Jimmy says:

          It made Butch and Gideon the men they are today.

          • Backslapping party in SE Engerlund says:

            boys club, pal – us Labour have to be their men to hold their hands. The torys are a ficked up set of people, and it beggars belief how we still put up with them, ey Ralph?

          • Gordon Brown says:

            Boo hoo, Falshman Dave nicked my teddy!

          • Anonymous says:

            “…..give coco cola to your scum, and donate your teddy bear to Oxfam.”

            Hahahahahaha, I bet Rowntree went on to become a Labour MP, the wet twat.

          • Backslapping party in SE Engerlund says:

            …and now we know on the bridge of why for children in need and red nose day on the beeb, these days – it is run by Rowntrees, upstairs in the beeb, the paddington faggots that they are.

          • Backslapping party in SE Engerlund says:

            A tory public schooled tries art, and discovers himself,

      • 464
        Anonymous says:

        “Milliband” and “stupid” do go together ! he sounded mentally challenged in the recent “speech ” he gave. What is Labours game ? will they bring his brother back in for the election, i cant beleve they think Ed can win.

    • 80
      Gordon McBonkers says:

      At last! – hard-working families! – my chief concern! Clearly, the Tory Toffs are following my lead!

    • 91
      Idle Tosser says:

      What about people like me what has a job but do as little as I can get away with?

      • 105
        Truthteller says:

        Don’t worry as a public sector worker, it’s your entitlement.

        • 315
          Anonymous says:

          Always been known that ‘Flashman’ Cameron is a bullying toff. Now he has singled out the unemployed, who are unemployed for WHATEVER REASON as the cause of this countries woes. Perhaps we see a situation similar to pre-war Germany and the Jews, they got blamed for the countries woes as well.

          If Dave were to pick on criminals he could find them more easily, just look in the Palace of Westminster.

          I am recently unemployed at 59, paid into the system all my life and voted Conservative all that time. I now am ignored by all potential employers as I am too old, perhaps the employers should listen to Dave and remember Dave’s last good wheeze (in a recession) raise the retirement age. That way they get UB rather than Pension for a couple of years. Those that are lucky enough to stay in work deprive some kid of an opportunity.

          Adversity shows our rulers real beliefs.

  2. 2
    Jeeves says:

    But by the next elections the labour party will have a couple of million voters imported from Romania and Bulgaria, plus all the postal votes scam.

    • 4
      Backslapping party in SE Engerlund says:

      at least! Welcome comrades – more the merrier.

    • 14
      Where are Tony Blair's Expenses says:

      CCHQ must be run by a group of half wits; Cameron cannot win the next election unless

      * The postal vote system is changed ( A judge in Birmingham once said ” the system is so corrupt a banana republic would be proud of it)
      * Boundary changes are implemented to get rid of all the labour rotten boroughs
      * The UKIP vote is in the 2-4 % range

      All of these he has failed to do; the best thing we can hope for at the next election is that Clegg and the rest of his sixth form debaters that pass for a political party get wiped off the politcal map.

      25 million people work in the private sector, how is Cameron going to get the majority of them to vote for him.

      Sadly in the UK as in all liberal democracies there are more voters than tax payers and its very easy to vote for spending other people’s money

      • 20
        Living in 96.98 percent white Merseyside says:

        I’ll say it’s very easy to vote for spending other people’s money!

        • 101
          Tay King-dePisse says:

          Any Government that robs Peter to pay Pa*ul will always have the support of Pa*ul. — George Bernard Shaw

          Any Government that robs Peter to pay Pa*ul will eventually rob Pa*ul, too. — Tay King-dePisse

        • 124
          St Bob and St Bono says:

          It’s certainly very easy to appear humane and charitable by advocating the spending of other peoples money whilst employing extremely good tax efficient schemes to take care of ones one.

          • Blowing Whistles says:

            Ah its Rob and the Dog innit – the two thickest celebs relied upon for their knowing FA about politics save a chance to promote themselves …. relied upon by Blair and Bush – because they could rely on the thicko celebs to do their bidding eh Pricks?

      • 140
        Gives us that referendum or lose the election says:

        Latest Polls shoe Tory on 28% and UKIP on 14%. Cameron needs around 40% to win. It ain’t gonna happen. He’s losing his core vote by pressing through with policies that the majority of his party are against.

        In addition in 2014 European Elections UKIP will top the poll….now THAT will be interesting.

        Dave is finished…he’s strictly a one termer as LibDems voters go Labour and Tory go UKIP depriving him of several seats

        • 317
          Realist says:

          The 2014 European Election IS the Referendum…

        • 350
          Hang The Basatrds says:

          Cameron is TOAST. He is just too fucking stubborn and stupid to know it.

          UKIP has the surge. By the general election it will be 25%+ at this growth rate.

          Tories are finished under Camoron.

          • David Camertoad of Camertoad Hall says:

            I’m not stupid. I know that the office of PM is nothing more than a EU regional managers position. I’m just looking at how much cash the iincontinenet cyclops is raking in after just a couple of years and multiplying it by a factor of ten.

  3. 5
    Jeeves says:

    True Sally bercow will have even more pikeys to chose from

  4. 6
    John Moss says:

    Sensible. But why did I get one in Chingford?

  5. 9
    Ed Miliband (Prime Minister designate) says:

    Opinion Poll gives the Tory Bastards 29 %,

    29% 29% 29% and sinking fast.

    Every constituency is marginal with the “One Term” Prime Minister,David Cameron in the bunker.

    He’s a hapless clown and a laughing stock.

    Just keep on pissing millions up against the wall with the rail franchise fiasco.

    SAVE DAVE,SAVE DAVE,SAVE DAVE Is the cry from Labour HQ

    • 13
      Backslapping party in SE Engerlund says:

      Don’t be rude – my grandmother was a sport. But I would accept Tory hunts.

    • 81
      smugometer says:

      sad prospect with a c’unt like you as PM

    • 175
      Apathy Party predicted to win in 2015 says:

      I don’t know about 2015 election but one thing is certain that UKIP will be the largest party at 2014 European Elections and that the pressure on Cameron if that happens will be intense and may even cost him the leadership before any election

  6. 10
    Tuscan Tony says:

    The latter list includes Tim Montgomerie, does it not?

    • 18
      He who no longer posts says:

      Oh! Is he a Conservative now?

      • 24
        Tuscan Tony says:

        No idea, and neither I suspect has Tim. Best ask his daddy who pulls his strings.

        • 90
          He who no longer posts says:

          Well, I went off to ask him but upon approaching him, he just looked at me witheringly and then barked Ten shun! Could not get any more out of him… ;-)

  7. 12
    Ed Miliband (Prime Minister designate) says:

    Quote of the year from David Cameron in the bunker.

    “Don’t know what to do! Enormously pissed off right now!”

  8. 16
    He who no longer posts says:

    Keeping an election up for that length of time is quite a task.

    • 19
      Grant Shapps aka Michael Green says:

      Arrangements are in place for Boris to replace that lunatic,David Cameron early in the new year.

      • 22
        He who no longer posts says:

        So we can definitely have gay marriage then?

      • 25
        Ed Miliband (Prime Minister designate) says:

        Please don’t replace David Cameron.

        Boris is only person standing between me and 10 Downing Street.


      • 35
        Anonymous says:

        Replace one leftie with another? What would be the point?

      • 99
        Anonymous says:

        Is that so Grant? I wonder if Boris knew of that when interviewed this morning & stated that he would remain Mayor of London for the remainder of his elected period.
        That takes him beyond the 2015 G.E.

        • 142
          Gawd Help Us says:

          I think you’ll find politicians have a tendency to make thing up sometimes.

        • 180
          You thought the Borgias were ruthless ? You should look at the Tory party says:

          You shouldn’t believe THAT load of nonsense….if after the 2014 European Elections UKIP come top and the Tory vote has collapsed Boris will be found a safe Tory seat ready to replace Cameron after May 2015. In fact if as expected Cameron loses in May 2015 he will be out within 12 hours of the result.

    • 48
      Damned Impertinent Questions says:

      Boris can keep it up for ages he tells me

  9. 17
    Ed Miliband (Prime Minister designate) says:

    This is a classic fROM the bunker.

    David Cameron’s message from the bunker to his”troops”


  10. 27
    Operation Crossbow says:

    I’m amazed the latest opinion polls only show Liebor 8% ahead they really should be well into double figures

    • 38
      Where are Tony Blair's Expenses says:

      All the parties are so bad people don’t have a clue who they should vote for. All taxpayers know that public spending needs to be drastically cut but none of the main parties ( I include Cleggs’s mob in that for the time being) will do what is necessary as they don’t want to upset too many chavs on benefits whose votes they may need.

      • 104
        He who no longer posts says:

        Prescott was a double figure but he’s gone.

        Mind you there is still Abbott.

    • 164
      John Prescott's evil glare says:

      Why be surprised? The Labour shadow front bench is a festering bag of shite comprised of the same eejits as last time. When the clock is ticking closer to that election do you think people will really want Milliband?

      • 218
        Here Comes Fatty... says:

        Of course, when it comes to “bags of shite,” you would definitely know whereof you speek, Prezza…

    • 172
      Apathy Party predicted to win in 2015 says:

      You make a very valid point…mid term with the Coalition lurching from one presentational disaster to another;with coalition partners at each other’s throats and open rebellion in the Tory party over Cameron’s misguided policy priorities and his failure to convince on Europe…Labour should be around at least 20 points clear. The fact that they’re not shines a brilliant light on the failure of Miliband to connect with the electorate or Labour convincing anybody outside of their heartlands up North and London that they are in touch with the aspirational strivers….the only thing that will probably ensure Labour form the next government is the implosion of the LibDem vote; the disenchantment of Tory supporters voting UKIP thus depriving the Tories of several seats……if Labour had elected an half-decent charismatic leader they would be on for a 1997 style land slide

  11. 29
    albacore says:

    Ain’t this joke wearing a trifle thin?
    Tories bowled out and Labour go in
    Both gangs sponsored by the same master
    Every game fixed and set in plaster

    • 43
      Tuscan Tony says:

      True, their common enemy is people with no need for government, a group that was (courtesy mainly of the internet) in the ascendancy until quite recently. The 2011 census shows the pendulum swinging rapidly back though.

    • 56
      HMMM says:

      Tibia and Fibia bowled leg side
      Fractured country can’t decide

      Umpire puts two fingers up
      Wish they’d all just shut the fuck.

  12. 30
    Owen Jones says:

    Just look at the Prime Minister’s haircut, Looks like a fucking melon.

  13. 32
    Anonymous says:

    Local newspaper web sites!!!! But these are only viewed by a minute proportion of voters. Our local ones are usually way out of date. What a waste of resources.

    • 49
      Damned Impertinent Questions says:

      but most of the viewers are the older cd1′s – who are the key target electorate.

  14. 34
    Red Egg Millitwit....... says:

    Some of us would prefer action rather than words or campaigns.

  15. 37
    BournemouthDP says:

    I totally agree the benefit cheats should be hunted down, but those who are not cheating the system but are still on benefits are those who are wanting to find working, I know because i am one of them. I want to work in a graphics design/3d design and i have a lot of ideas but no degree, so I am fecked before i even start to look for work in those fields.

    It is really annoying as a lot of my ideas are things that just might help the UK get a growing economy

    • 42
      Grumpy Old Man says:

      At last! A policy for that blank piece of paper.

    • 50
      Damned Impertinent Questions says:

      ….er then try getting qualified or getting experience.

      • 334
        Anonymous says:

        This is what makes socialists laugh, how does an unemployed person gain experience SUITABLE for making him employable. Sometimes I am so ashamed to be right wing when I read the regurgitated dross on this site. Just as CIF annoys me as well.

        Just blind enough to see the flag but ignore the fallen beneath it.

        T W A T.

        Best of luck BournemouthDP.

    • 51
      Grumpy Old Man says:

      Sorry. a reply for 34 got gremlin-ed.
      From your post, am I right in gathering that you have no qualifications in your preferred field of endeavour but nevertheless expect an employer to take you on in an act of faith?

      • 59
        Tuscan Tony says:

        Bournemouth makes a very valid point: there’s plenty of people capable of fulfilling a function and yet because they don’t have the box ticked the state says they can’t do it. Friend and wife have a waterski powerboat, he’s busy, she has nowt to do so she passed the special test needed to drive with skier. Thing is that despite the test she can’t steer the boat let alone reverse it and mate has to do all that for her. Her presence is however required because she has the bit of paper.

        This is life in the EU.

      • 335
        Anonymous says:

        Say what Grumpy Old Man, thanks for another knee-jerk reaction from a right winger, I am on the right as well. But I do examine what I say before I open my great big mouth.

        First, is there a suitable qualification? I was in IT all my working life and got made unemployed by a take-over, now, I have qualifications and EXPERIENCE coming out of my ears. I can’t get a job in my chosen line – BECAUSE I AM 59 and know full well how ageist these jobs can be.

        If experience is nothing and qualifications are what counts, then what would your knee-jerk reaction be to a newly qualified student, I bet it would be ‘You must get some experience.

        The other poster who said Bournemouth couldn’t be taken on trust, He’s done the bloody job for Christ’s sake, what more do you want/need.

    • 102
      He who no longer posts says:

      Can’t you offer your services straight to the internet and fuck the EU?

      • 290
        Blowing Whistles says:

        I had a look at BmthDP’s profile when it was available some months ago – and having read through it – I though I would steer well clear of them.

        Sorry BDP – but you have hidden trans agendas which … well … count me out.

        • 384
          He who no longer posts says:

          Whatever. You can’t odds the market.

          • Blowing Whistles says:

            Hi there SC – wrong again about the market – but did you really mean the stock market or the ‘cattle’ market? and how’s the shelf building coming along – hope it wasn’t Ikea mind?

            p.s. Where is “Traisons De Clercs” these days – He put up some well good stuff? [The 'Treason of the Clerks' - I like that moniker it has deeper meaning]

          • He who no longer posts says:

            Hi BW.

            I put you to proof on your first statement. As our host amongst others will tell you, the market is the odds – unless you are a socialist and, whatever else you might be, I don’t believe that is the case.

            That moniker is indeed a great one but ought to have an h after the first a if it is to honour the novel of Julian Benda.

            You should tend to translate Clercs as intellectual thinkers rather than basic scribes sat at desks in offices as it then gives a clearer idea about what Benda was quite correctly railing against in the times of impoverished thinking, especially in France, which characterised the inter-war years.

    • 227
      JH23545235243 says:


      Please be advised that your field of interest is one in which employers will expect you to do the work for the ‘love of it’ rather than decent pay. It is long, tedious, frustrating work with a hint of ‘creativity’ in the mix. Trust me, I know. I was designing corporate brochures for blue chip clients when I was 23, and it was a **fucking nightmare**.

      My advice if you are really interested is get knock off versions of Adobe Studio or whatever is appropriate to what you want to do, and produce your own work. Do stuff for mates, for cheap or nowt. Produce as much as you can and master the techniques and software. There is loads of information on the web now.

      But never, ever expect people to pay you for your ‘ideas’. You may as well try to make a living writing porn scripts.

      I moved on to more technical fields, but still related. I offer you friendly advice you do the same. Look at who/what makes money, and do the same it. Do NOT cling to some passionate ‘creative’ vision, you will just wake up in 10 years time embittered by it all.

      There, I’ve finished.

    • 306
      The voice of reason says:

      Stop whinging and go get yourself qualified

    • 325
      Anonymous says:

      Too bloody right BournemouthDP, I am 59 and recently unemployed – put in all my life and voted conservative all that time. F U C K DAVE, I am not a J e w in H i t l e r ‘s Germany, as in just here to be BLAMED for his inabilities.

    • 433
      Blowing Whistles says:

      Bmth DP – you really should stay off of places like this until you get your own ‘problems’ sorted out and a greater understanding of how crooked the law and politics are – i.e. Leave your own ‘emotional etc problems’ for elsewhere – you’re too young and; sorry to say it but too ‘naive’ of a world view / national view to really understand what is currently going on in this country and further abroad.

    • 449
      CarryHole is a Utter Hunt says:

      I want to star in a lesbian porn and i have a lot of ideas but no pussy.

      Unfortunately I find my skills are remunerated better by doing other things..

  16. 41
    brenda bondage says:

    pre-buttal strike sounds like something you’d need a drone for

  17. 53
    Playful says:

    what america needs is more guns

  18. 54
    yvette cooper lady boy says:

    When my husband arrives as PM at Downiing St I will be the Nations “First LadyBoy”

  19. 55
    Hank the Cat says:

    Like it

  20. 62
    adam smith says:

    on which side of this social war do the tories place the greatest benefit scroungers – the ‘farmers’?

    • 64
      comrade Derek Hattov says:

      oh good – a ‘social war’ – just like the ’80′s – thank goodness we don’t need to learn from history

    • 69
      Drop a Daisy cutter on ITV says:

      Defence contractors?

      The royal family?

      Atos / A 4 E?

    • 296
      Blowing Whistles says:

      Seems as though the right and left wing mongrels are having a right (and left) old ding dong today …

      Was it something I said (recently) about them both being inter-dependent upon one anothers for their survival?

      • 446
        CarryHole is a Utter Hunt says:

        Land Rent Seeking Party versus Income Rent Seeking Party. Ricardo’s Law says it’s identical in outcome.

  21. 63
    Mrs May says:

    Police are appealing for an item of police equipment to be returned, after it was lost during an arrest in…

    • 82
      Aricolza Narzole says:

      ‘The spray can cause harm when used, and to keep possession of the item could be considered a criminal offence.’
      So why are the police allowed to have it in the first place ?

    • 453
      His Worshipfulness Coe Cayne says:

      What’s a Section 27 Order?

      It is verboten to pee in the hedgerows between the hours of 01.00 – 05.20 ???

  22. 65
    Hank the Cat says:

    What has happened to the posting pf the “Nails 44 women”? Is guido modding song lyrics now

    • 71
      Red Egg Millitwit....... says:

      Agreed wtf has it gone……. perhaps a Youtube breach of copyright as it is a US band… ??

  23. 67
    Drop a Daisy cutter on ITV says:

    “Nick Clegg will launch the pre-election process of distancing his party from the Conservatives on Monday, depicting one of the Liberal Democrats’ key roles in the coalition as preventing the Tory right from pursuing a “fantasy world” outside the European Union.”

    • 148
      Prick Clogg says:

      We need to pursue our fantasy worlds within the EU. That way we get a lovely taxpayer-funded job thrown in.

    • 173
      Living in 96.98 percent white Merseyside says:

      Correct. Things are bad at the moment but they were much worse during the Holocaust Years 1979-1997.

  24. 68
    nellnewman says:

    Ed Miliband’s decision to fight the Tories on welfare is the biggest tactical blunder since General Custer said “I hear the Little Big Horn’s looking good this time of year”.

    Dan Hodges – Daily Telegraph.

    Couldn’t have said it better myself.

    • 370
      Belinda Bellender says:

      Hodges spent a lot of time with his tongue up Blair’s arse.

      He’s a fuckwit – just like Cameron.

  25. 73
    U K I P Convert says:

    Meanwhile UKIP goes from strength to strength…….

    on behalf of UKIP I would like to thank


    Ed Millietwerp the Minor

    EU Bonkers Cleggy

    for all of there efforts in making UKIP more & more popular as the Opinion

    Polls are now demonstrating.

    My wish to all three leaders of ConsLieLaborLibDems Blood Brothers

    Alliance is for each of them to continue the same helpful policies

    during 2013, ……UKIP could not ask for more !!

    • 113
      genghiz the kahn says:

      Joyce Thacker has damaged the Tories more than Ed Miliband.

      Banning UKIP supporters from fostering was the master stroke which finished off the posh out of touch PPE PM and his Z listers.

    • 176
      Living in 96.98 percent white Merseyside says:

      Why are the Poles demonstrating?

      • 234
        Eric Laithwaite says:

        Perhaps they weren’t invited to the Royal Institution lectures this year ?

      • 454
        Curly whirly says:

        no no no – you mean WHAT are the Poles demonstrating? It must be their plumbing skills, shirley?

  26. 74
    Labour = Waste says:

    Labour are on the side of shirkers, spongers and looters.

    • 165
      HenryV says:

      Not true really. Poles and other East Europeans are very hard working I see it every time I go to our new Liebour provided hospital whose ancillary staff are 80% East European or African.

      • 301
        Blowing Whistles says:

        Sorry HenryV – but labour are the shirkers, spongers and looters – that doesn’t mean that the tory party (and libdims) ain’t stuffed with as many troughers as well.

        • 358
          Anonymous says:

          all parties bad.
          but the cheek of it is that
          … they create a problem by setting us up
          …and then by endless focussing on it provoke the reaction they desire so that we end up in disgust
          …so that we get softened up into accepting the solution that is offered, printing money, curtailing press freedoms, camera everywhere, gay marriage..
          we are the sixth richest country in the world, why do we need to print money?

        • 387
          HenryV says:

          The fact that I referred to Liebore and that all the jobs created in our new hospital went mostly to outsiders not locals should indicate to you that I was taking the piss. From what I have started gather Poles are far from the model employees that some like to portray them. Further in our area with its high unemployment keeping the indigenous population on benefits suits Labour as it keeps the great unwashed voting Labour.

  27. 75
    anon. says:

    UKIP ‘Now The UK’s Third Largest Party’

    • 79
      BBC says:

      Who?, ( watch Russia Today for accurate information).

      • 98
        Backslapping party in SE Engerlund says:

        RT is brill – thank God for freeview telly,

        • 116
          He who no longer posts says:

          What a lady is Gayane Chichakyan though she really needed something stuck in her ears for that.

          • Cyrano de Bergerac says:

            Or indeed elsewhere.

          • Backslapping party in SE Engerlund says:

            I’ll share her lads, to keep every hole covered…..

            Yes Nun Nancy, I did say that – the lads like that talk, get’s them by, rather than the Virgin Mary.

          • Backslapping party in SE Engerlund says:

            Talking of Nuns, might as well post OMD (orchseteral manouvers in the dark) on that maid of Orleans, Joan, from donkey years ago, and quite chrissy it is too – spot the Kays catalogue chrissy jumpers…

    • 84
      Backslapping party in SE Engerlund says:

      Posted this song for the Nige somewhere hereabouts already, and since it is a Sunday when we should be in church/chapel/mosque/other, and be contemplating on the Lords’ day of rest, thought I’d post it again. Think The Nige likes it,

      More tea Vicar? Another cupcake?

  28. 76
    Red Egg Millitwit....... says:

    Chuggers, Big Issue sellers, beggars, Romas playing crap instruments and any other f*cking f*cker out there of the same ilk….. Merry Christmas…. now f*ck off :)

  29. 78
    Guardian reading lefty says:


    I hope this doesn’t mean I will lose my job as an outreach worker to one legged, burka wearing lesbian, kurdish, midget asylum seekers.

    • 88
      full-on muesli-eating Guardian reading lefty womin says:

      Writing as a full-on muesli-eating Guardian reading lefty womin wearing an effnic skirt, – I am shocked you did not mention the words sightily challenged and with a challenging behaviour personality problem!

      • 100
        Guardian reading lefty says:

        I couldn’t the new government guide lines say that it is not PC to say that now.
        If we do it is a thought crime and we will be sent to a re-education centre in the gulag.

    • 149
      Rootar says:

      vulnerable midget asylum seekers. You forgot the word ‘vulnerable’. No self-respecting lefty would ever write a sentence without the word ‘vulnerable’.

  30. 85
    Vaz O Slime says:
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    Sir William W says:

    Three modest propsals:

    1. ‘GDP’ to be based on the production of goods and services rather than on consumption. At present, if I borrow money from a Spanish bank to buy a German car, it is mistaken for some kind of boost to the UK economy.

    2. Nobody should both pay money to, and take money from public funds. This should end the absurdity of taxpayers voting for higher benefit payments, except, of course, on grounds of conscience.

    3. All Government liabilities to be recognised as such, including pension promises and PFI.

    These propsals would increase honesty and rigour and help solve the crisis in governance that afflicts Western nations.

    • 96
      He who no longer posts says:

      *thunderous applause*

      • 121
        its bleak in sunderland says:

        No benefits paid unless claiment can produce evidence he or she has paid income tax in the last five years the only exception those over 65

        • 181
          Living in 96.98 percent white Merseyside says:

          What about all those poor people who were made redundant at Binns?

          • Curly whirly says:

            Sorry, they just got Binned…. like all those who work(ed) at Comet an several other companies.

    • 126
      One of the little people says:

      Sir William , I have for some time suspected you to be a fictitious MP and judging by the complete and utter sense you are speaking my suspicions are confirmed. Alas.

    • 465
      englisheccentric says:

      Imports do not count as part of GDP.

  32. 106
    Grant Shapps aka Michael Green says:

    On my way to 10 Downing Street to inform David”29%” Cameron that he’s just lost the plot and his job is in danger.

  33. 107
    We Are Many - They Are Few says:

    Just another divide and rule gambit by the Gov’t – would be the same which ever set of puppets were ‘elected’ or should that be ‘selected’!

    Do not fall for the crap – who is included in the ‘do not work’ – not stated just left up to the reader to interpret, so no change there just screwing with peoples’ minds and absolutely no other policy going on there!

    So exactly who is included in the ‘do not work’ – it could be you or me, pensioners unemployed, students or genuinely sick – Yes, are we not all sick of this repeated non-recovery and wrecking of our country to render it dependent on the EU e.g. military agreement with France. . .

    I would suggest the real ones who are not working are the politicians who would like to be seen running the country, for the good of the country and everyone in it – but are doing exactly anything but – where’s the liverpool pathway for them and their deceitful kind! The taxpayer bailed out the banks and now the Gov.t has bankrupt itself, it expects the taxpayer to bail it out. . .Time for the Icelandic model and for debt forgiveness; after all how is money created – it is created from nothing (search fractional reserve banking). Iceland are recovering and we are not.

    Time to say Not In My Name – they do not present the treatment that humanity deserves in such times – theirs is the policy of a psychopath, a policy that only sees Banks, corporations and big business as its electorate and to hell with everyone else – to deny that is to wear blinkers!

    • 427
      Frederick says:

      It is not created from nothing you idiot. No bank can lend more than it has on deposit. Otherwise there could never be a bank run as banks could make “money from nothing”. If you default on this debt then depositors will lose whatever is not guaranteed by the government depositor insurance scheme.

      • 436
        Economist says:

        Look up fractional reserve banking – more applicable to the US than UK.

        First: What is the money backed by. These days it is Fiat, politically backed, zero real value, easily debased and historically doomed to fail. Prior to 1971 money was backed by Gold – a standard to which we may likely return soon, an asset with a real value.

        The Fiat $ is backed by assured military force if you have any issue with it.

        In the fractional reserve system there is a multiplier effect as you go up the inverted pyramid. For every $1 lent from Fed or central monetary authority into the commercial banks, the commercial banks can issue $10 and so on. The initial $1 is created electronically these days – so the above point was correct.

        The creation of money through debt instruments is similar. This is the primary way money is created, and it is created from nothing. (There is nothing of value backing it)

        Sovereigns have a special privilege here, as money can be legitimately created by purchasing the sovereigns own issued debt through its central bank. This is useful for managing the nations debt, creating money from ‘nothing’ legitimately and can be summarized as QE. This cannot be done indefinitely though otherwise there are negative implications for inflation and exchange rate.

        Northern Rock is an example of a bank which did lend more money than it had on deposit, and they experienced a run, and the government nationalized them. The other commercial banks in the UK which ran into similar issues – all be it a problem guaranteed in the future due to the loan to deposit ratios they were running – were dealt with the same way.

        In terms of real deposits to outstanding liabilities many banks at present are insolvent. This is another reason why quite a number are being looked after directly by the government, and underwritten by the tax payer. This was the primary cause of the credit crunch in the first place.

  34. 109
    David Cameron says:

    I asked Samantha what she wanted for Christmas.

    “Something expensive and sparkling,” she winked.

    One bottle of Perrier water it is t

  35. 110
    genghiz the kahn says:

    Cameron – really a prick.

  36. 118
    Guardian reading lefty says:

    There is a blackman outside my Islington mansion.
    Should I call the police?

  37. 119
    its bleak in sunderland says:

    This is the right strategy for the Tories ,I live in area where welfare spending is out of control three generation and those on the sick list content to live on benefits,no ambition and couldnt care less about debt.Labour has been in power here both local and in Parliamentry seats thats why Sunderland is a s……e in economic and social decline the few carrying the many,the party is over.

    • 130
      He who no longer posts says:

      You may remember back to when Nissan built their factory there and had TV adverts which proudly advertised the fact.

      Nissan, now with added Sun all said in the local dialect – very lighthearted and fun. I was in on the thinking behind this decision and it was done this way to get those who would not have previously bought foreign produced cars to think again about the marque as they were now made at home. So with very good intentions and prospects for the local and UK economy, as well as for Nissan obviously.

      They had so many complaints that they actually had to withdraw the adverts! So the very company which had brought all those jobs to the north-east were made to feel in the wrong. Fucking madness!

      • 134
        its bleak in sunderland says:

        And Labour were against it too if it wernt for Nissan this dorimtory town would be like something from the DRC

        • 139
          He who no longer posts says:

          I remember that too. It seems that socialists are only interested in creating poverty ghettos and then convincing the inhabitants into assuming victim complex mode. Truly the philosophy of despair.

        • 187
          Living in 96.98 percent white Merseyside says:

          Blame the RT.Hon and Noble Lady. Didn’t the shipyards, Binns and Joplings all close down when she was in power?

          • its bleak in sunderland says:

            The shipyard had become unproductive,the unions and the closed shop saw to that Binns and Joplings could no longer attract the type of customer they wanted people like me shop and socialise in Newcastle not with the hoi polloi wh inhabit the most of Sunderland.

          • Don't make me laugh says:

            Yeah Yeah Yeah. Remember all the lads going out on strike the day they launched the brand new Triumph TR7, from the brand new factory at Speke.

            Scouse humour of the time, ’3,000 lemmings can not be wrong’.

            But they were. Michael Edwardes closed the complete plant within a year so all the jokers could resume their lives of indolence on the Bennies.

          • Curly whirly says:

            The benefits in Sunderland can be halved quite easily. It really is not necessary to waste 150 quid a month on watching a useless football team. Their “directors” (and political hangers-on) can foot their own bills.

  38. 132
    Fact Hunt says:

    Farage : ‘Cameron is a Social Democrat’

    No he’s not Nige, he’s just a useless cnut.

  39. 133
    The Tory Observer says:

    Tory benefit cuts are a waste of time – just as negligible as local government and other cuts. Housing subsidies `capped` at £26,000 per annum, what a joke!!

  40. 144
    Jimmy says:

    “Hardworking Families v People Who Don’t Work”

    And bloggers would fall under which category?

    • 147
      He who no longer posts says:

      …and who can I say is speaking?

    • 152
      DWP Benefit Fraud Inspectorate says:

      Apart from the ability to post on, are you on benefits yourself, Jimmy?

      • 159
        Anonymous says:

        fucking hell! not only can you hear jimmy thinking about this one, you can even smell the smoke coming out of the top of his head!

      • 160
        its bleak in sunderland says:

        I worked hard for 40 years from the age of fifteen including 9 years in the Raf I have never claimed benefits,come to Sunderland and see how the welfare culture destroys communities,withers ambition and promotes the chav society the something for nothing culture is over even if Labour wins the next General Election,its time to fight the Liberal Progressives who have brought this country to its knees if the Conservatives cannot do it under Cameron then get rid.

      • 167
        Jimmy says:

        “It’s true hard work never killed anybody, but I figure, why take the chance?”

        Ronald Reagan

        • 178
          He who no longer posts says:

          You did say a while back that you had a liking for the Evil Satan. Does this quotation, to which you obviously approve, serve to explain that comment further? ;-)

        • 202
          Bogey says:

          Barry O’Bummer has spent more time on the golf course than any US president.

        • 205
          Your Friendly Neighbourhood Quote Sourcing Service says:

          Ronald Reagan was quoting Edgar Bergen and Charlie McCarthy, who, for the benefit of youngsters in the audience, were a ventriloquist (of sorts) and his dummy. Bergen’s skill at ventriloquism per se was so pants, he would even have Charlie comment on how obviously Bergen’s lips were moving. But their lines were funny, and people forgave the man for this shortcoming. Reagan, like any other politician, had words put in his mouth by his handlers, much as Bergen put words in Charlie’s mouth. But Reagan came off as an essentially likable fellow, as witness his Hollywood roles, and people forgave him for being a “dummy,” as in the Charlie McCarthy sense. Most politicians, however, come off not quite so likable, and neither they nor their handlers are or can be as easily forgiven for what comes out of their mouths.

          • Jimmy says:

            Charm is a powerful weapon and the Gipper had it in spades. It enabled him to get away with murder. Literally.

          • murder inc says:

            A bit like Barry then.

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

            AND A BIT LIKE ME.

          • Blowing Whistles says:

            How much of a vents dummy is Gingrich – have a goggle at rupees stringpullers’ control over old gingy …. oh you want a clue where to look as WELL!

            “Virtual Murdoch” [Original copy] – by Neil Chenoweth.

            Sorry Neil [not really] – but it’s my revenge on you as well for caving in to the murdoch coin.

    • 174
      JH23545235243 says:

      And people who are paid to post on blogs with outlooks opposed to their own would fall under which category?

      • 182
        He who no longer posts says:

        To be fair, if he is paid by someone who is not the government to undertake such a task then in the interests of consistency we ought to accept that he has economically validity.

      • 184
        He who no longer posts says:

        To be fair, if he is paid by someone who is not the government to undertake such a task then in the interests of consistency we ought to accept that he has economical validity.

      • 212
        Jimmy says:


  41. 154

    Go to your M.P.s constituency surgery. Tell him / her that the gay marriage proposal is the “last straw”

    If Dave doesn’t kick it into the long grass, with yet another consultation or whatever, and the legislation is passed, then the Tories will be annihilated in 2015.

    Tory 2010 — 2015 Legacies :

    We destroyed Marriage — it was a foundation stone in our society — but no more.

    We failed to eliminate the deficit by 2015, as we had promised.

    • 158
      its bleak in sunderland says:

      My MPS believe in gay marriage so Im f….d,three Labour nutters

    • 190
      Living in 96.98 percent white Merseyside says:

      Tell that to the wives who get a smack across the gob every Friday or Saturday night.

    • 199
      dole dodger says:

      The witch we have, voted to go deeper into the EU, so anything Dave says is no doubt ok with her, she will get the victory bye bye in 2015, as she seems to have gone off the local radar.

  42. 155
    Guardian reading lefty says:

    What is wrong with gay marriage?
    It helps with coming revolution of us metro trendy lefty’s.

    • 217
      White Van Man says:

      Because it is not and cannot be “Marriage”

      The k weers & lezzies have already got Civil Partnerships available to them.

      That is sufficient. They are incapable of fucking off, so the whole lot of them can piss off and do whatever they want to each in private.

      • 241
        Guardian reading lefty says:

        I’ve started campaigning so I can marry my autographed copy of Das Capital.

      • 255
        Damned Impertinent Questions says:

        Why can it not be marriage? Says who?

        • 270
          Simple statement for idiots. says:

          Facts of life. Dear Boy. Facts of Life.

          Marriage is an emotional and physical union that is only possible between a man and a woman, by definition.

          Any other combination was not, is not, and cannot ever be Marriage.

          Civil Partnerships are available and sufficient for LG BTs

      • 260
        Damned Impertinent Questions says:

        PS the Bible says homosexuality is an abomination

        It also says that wearing mixed fibres is an abomination

        So in the eyes of the Lord, your polyester tracksuit is the equivalent of being gay

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    its bleak in sunderland says:

    The Abu Qatada legal aid bill now stands at 515k and rising why dont we just put this cnut on a plane to Jordan and fcuk the ECHR!

    • 179
      Guardian reading lefty says:

      How dare you.
      He and his comrades are the vanguard of the coming Marxist revolution.
      We will not end like our lefty comrades did during the Iranian revolution.
      I’ve made sure of that, there is no lamposts or cranes anywhere near my Islington mansion.

    • 183
      Backslapping party in SE Engerlund says:

      Middlesborough is bleaker, you obvious non-black cat, or monkey from Hartlepool…

    • 209
      Slotgob et alia says:

      Excuse me, but we’ve got Chambers and Clerks and our own shampain socialist lifestyles to pay for. Fees like this are entirely justified and necessary.

    • 347
      Living in 96.98 percent white Merseyside says:

      Why don’t we stick him on a plane to anywhere but Jordan. Egypt, Iran, Yemen, Libya, Saudi etc.

  45. 168
    Red Egg Millitwit....... says:

    That’s it Dave, make everyone pay for the excesses of a few…… hardly Conservative is it?

    FFS get a grip!!

  46. 177
    Cockney says:

    Did you know that that scene was filmed on rhe Isle of Dogs in London?

  47. 196
    Jonathon Pumpalot says:


  48. 201
    Owen Jones says:

    Every now & again something happens in politics that makes you pinch yourself and ask is this for real? When Gordon Brown scrapped the 10p rate of tax I had one of those moments. Likewise, Gordon’s speech about “British Jobs for British Workers” was another. The Tories are not shy of their own “really” moments. Cameron talking about hugging a hoodie was definitely one of those, as was his hug a huskie moment. In short, “really” moments are those moments where a politician says or does something that runs against their political creed.

    Well, tonight the Tory Party have delivered another one of those “really moments”. In the screen dump above, you can see that the Tory Party want your view about the fairness of their benefit reforms. That is their real terms cut in benefits for 2013-4 of up to 2% depending on inflation. There are three reasons why this qualifies as a really moment.

    1. They don’t want your view, just the view of the Tory faithful, otherwise why would they confine this exercise to their own website?

    2. Their concept of fairness is very different to your idea of what constitutes being fair. Is cutting benefits for working families, mothers and the disabled fair, for example?

    3. These are not “reforms”, they are cuts. The capping of benefits, the switch to PIP and the stricter ATOS tests are all ways of cutting the welfare budget.

    I invite readers to go onto their website and give them the feedback they desire. Tell them what you think of their “reforms” and how “fair” they are

    • 204
      Guardian reading lefty says:

      • 211
        Backslapping party in SE Engerlund says:

        From that lot, backs to the wall, it has got be this one, shirley,

        Royal Navy Submariners are the worst – lock up your arsoles lads when they come into port.

        • 236
          Anonymous says:

          A taffy who spends his days trolling on Youtube, you just gotta weep at that. Probably lives in that shit hole Merthyr Tydfil, poor little fucker.

          • Guardian reading lefty says:

          • Backslapping party in SE Engerlund says:

            Got shares in it pal. Anyway, it is part of me art. Helped set the fucking thing up in the first place – gave it it’s philosophy, saying let anything go, and the stupid fucks listened to me. Know youtube inside out.

          • Backslapping party in SE Engerlund says:

            The united wingnuts of the tory london,

          • He who no longer posts says:

            @ Anonymong.

            Leave him alone, Merthyr is akin to Turks and Caicos in comparison to some places, have you been to Withernsea of late?

  49. 203
    Anonymous says:

    “Hardworking Families v People Who Don’t Work”
    This is simply divide and rule – the oldest trick in the policians’ book – so that the ruling class (of whatever variety) keeps us, the hoi polloi / the plebs (take your pick) in our place.
    Machiavelli might have got the blame for it, but he simply wrote it down for the political masters of his era, the Borgias et al. I’m sure Ugg Senior employed the same trick to keep the rest of the cavemen in order and himself in charge.
    Nothing changes, politicians are only concerned about keeping power for themselves and their ilk, and to hell with the rest of us!

    • 363
      Anonymous says:

      the new chinese leader has a moral for us all….eat bitterness stoically.
      he did and he has been well rewarded,

      alternative is to be bulldozed into losing freedoms. the rulers always want to take freedoms away too…so stir up muslims, get bombs blown, in come cameras everywhere, id cards…attempt anyway.

      divide and rule is the starting point and the end point is the big boot on the face of the public…..eventually globally….an attempt anyway.

  50. 214
    Moley says:

    The country will be utterly indifferent to any messages or policies from the Conservatives until Cameron is gone.

    CCHQ should stop wasting time, money and effort on trying to gild a pig; the pig has to go.

  51. 216
    David Cameron says:

    No money, no food, no Xbox and no friends at the Bunker. Anyone wanna come round and supply the entertainment?

    • 224
      Julian says:

      Me ‘n Tarquin will pop round in a mo sweetie. Lawsie,’n Vague, ‘n Foxy, ‘n Adam and all their mates will cum this evening. Don’t worry P.M., we’ll fulfill your widest expectations!

    • 245
      Guardian reading lefty says:

      Your a traitor to the workers come the revolution you will be shot.

  52. 220
    Insight into the deceitful left says:

    The following is a ‘true’ statement. Unreasonable issuance of sovereign debt will result in currency devaluation and inflation. Sovereign debt is paid through tax receipts, and national bankruptcy is generally understood to be when a country defaults on it’s debt obligations.

    The ratings agencies are on to this:

  53. 223
    Prick Clogg says:

    We are polling strongly on 8%. Go to your constituencies and prepare for Government!

  54. 226
    Tachybaptus says:

    The Tories seem to be copying Mitt Romney on this one. And look how well it worked for him.

  55. 228
    Laughter and murder says:

    Hello righties! How’s things in your dark, grim world? One of your fellow commenters posted yesterday that “I’d laugh if it turned out the mother [of the school shooter] was a registered Democrat”. Aah, nothing quite like making political capital out of the murder of 20 children! Makes you feel all warm and fuzzy inside.

  56. 232
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    Laughter and murder says:

    And in tribute to the above mentioned poster, I’d laugh if Thatcher falls over on christmas day and smashes her skull and dies.

    Now I’ll get lots of you calling me a nasty little shit. Irony. Gotta love it.

    • 240
      Liberal Zombie says:

      That’s just unnecessarily rude and offensive.

    • 261
      Anonymous says:

      Er, so that isn’t a nasty, gratuitous thing to say then? Jeez, you’re sick.

    • 319
      Blowing Whistles says:

      There is irony in the Militant Political Homosexuals who have ‘Surrounded Thatch for ulterior motives’ and one in particular who – re stated a racist comment made by her old man – Step forward Conor Burns. [as previously posted – it was published in the PrEye.

  58. 242
    What a Tory gay day says:

    Crispin Blunt: Votes against gay rights. Is outed as gay.

    Bob Blackman: Campaigns for return of Section 28 and preaches about the sanctity of marriage. Is revealed to have had an 11 year affair. (Guido’s been silent on this. There’s a surprise).

    Annual private party for senior gay Tories held during the party conference. Only known to those in the fold and their friends, not the old blue rinse dears in the conference hall dodging a coffin.

    • 257
      Chris '3½ inches' Bryant says:

      Yes, the Tory party is riddled with ‘em and I’m fucking loving it.

      • 264
        Backslapping party in SE Engerlund says:

        eight inch floppies were the best – I used to use a computer with one of them, a Texas 9000, the size of a big office desk, and no, his name wasn’t HAL,

        • 322
          Blowing Whistles says:


          Hi HAL or is it IBM or the Southwest One “outsourcing mob” as described in rottenboroughs most recent piece … PECKING ORDER [PG 15 & 91]

          ALL IN IT TOGETHER TO THIEVE AND STEAL FROM THE TAXPAYER …. nice ruse if you can get away with it…

  59. 244
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    Go get 'em Guidio says:

    Why didn’t they include those who CANNOT work such as the disabled.?????? Oh forgot they are presently kicking those in the rollocks

    • 254
      Damned Impertinent Questions says:

      The problem is that not all those who are ‘diabled’ ie getting benefit are really disabled. Under Labour the number of DLA claimants soared while we generally got healthier. These scum are stealing benefits from those who really need them

  61. 265
    keredybretsa says:

    Perhaps it will be ‘People who don’t work’ v ‘Hardworking Families’. Strange this Honourable Tory Party should suddenly wake up to these facts. Better late than never.
    One non-working generation has bred the next and so ad infinitum. There always has/will be a hard core of ‘non workers’ not wanting or unable. The problem is keeping their numbers down to a reasonable minimum to ensure that the breeding of the next generation is kept low. But nobody has answer to how.

    • 272
      its bleak in sunderland says:

      Restrict child benefit to one child and other related child benefits,its easy if we don they will continue to breed,you only have to look at the explosion in the birth rate from our ethnic friends.

      • 281
        Ex-Labour voter (fed up with shirkers) says:

        Three of my cousins had (more) babies purely so they could get bigger (and better) council housing. One of them doesn’t even know who the fathers (multiple) were – the only reason for the ‘shags’ was to get a bigger pad.

        The law needs to be changed: having a sprog does NOT entitle you to a council house. You do NOT jump the queue. Having MORE sprogs does not entitle you to a bigger council house. (Even if the sprogs are 12+ years old and different genders).

      • 345
        Living in 96.98 percent white Merseyside says:

        And yet when the DM features a large family on benefits they are always white.

    • 343
      Living in 96.98 percent white Merseyside says:

      I hate the phrase “Hard Working Families”. Do they send their kids to a bottle blacking factory after school? No, they’re up in their bedrooms on Facebook or Twitter.

  62. 269
    South of the M4 says:

    257 comments and no one has mentioned that the blog is headed “…. don’t work..” – whereas the campaign is “….. won’t work..”. Big difference.

  63. 273
    Ophelia Gently says:

    Cameron deseves all he gets; the other thing he hasn’t done is get rid of his biggest problem, the broadcast arm of the Liebor Party – the BBC!

    BTW anyone know what’s happened to Biased BBC???

    • 280
      dole dodger says:

      Domain name finished 14-12-2012 not been renewed.

    • 287
      Ex-Labour voter (fed up with shirkers) says:

      Did you watch Country File this evening? They had a great item about blacks and Asians not visiting the countryside. “Britain is proud,” boasted the BBC, “to be one of the most ethnically diverse countries in the world.”

      What f*cking planet are they living on? Proud?? They sure as f*ck didn’t ask anyone I know.

      “The streets of our cities,” the Beeb gushed, “are bubbling with different ethnic communities.”

      I suppose that’s one way of saying, “infested with f*cking Muzzies.”

      • 294
        I d on't nee d no doctor says:

        Was that Matt bloke on with his exagerrated northern accent. It’s amazing how it varies depending on where he happens to be filming.
        And was that ginger farmer hurtling around a a million miles per hour?

      • 297
        Jad ed J e an says:

        It really was quite shocking; we are not getting diversity truly rammed down our throats. The countryside is now obviously the next target for white English ethnic cleansing. Northern Ireland is looking more attractive by the day.

      • 299
        Mornington Crescent says:

        I’ve noticed that the MSM – particularly the Beeb – have been going into overdrive these last few weeks about how wonderfully multi-culti Britain is.

        WTF’s going on? They certainly didn’t ask me if I thought it was wonderful, either.

        Apparently, there’s some Sports Personality thing on this eve. (I don’t have a TV and couldn’t give a flying fuck about overpaid, pampered sports bores); I bet that’ll go to some ‘diverse’ person, too.

        I’ve seen a few pics of that Ennis bird: I’d vote for her if she got her tits out, tho’.

      • 302
        Mornington Crescent says:

        I’ve noticed that the MSM – particularly the Beeb – have been going into overdr’ive these last few weeks about how wonderfully multi-culti Britain is.

        WTF’s going on? They certainly didn’t ask me if I thought it was wonderful, either.

        Apparently, there’s some Sports Personality thing on this eve. (I don’t have a TV and couldn’t give a flying f’uck about overp’aid, pampered sports bores); I bet that’ll go to some ‘dive’rse’ person, too.

        I’ve seen a few pics of that E’nnis bird: I’d vote for her if she got her tits out, tho’.

      • 323
        Privatise the BBC says:

        I accidentally watches some of that rubbish and yes, told by 2 different presenters about the wonders of multi-cultural Britain.
        The BBC is tax payer funded filth.
        I too am wondering what has happened to BBBC – this really is a public service.

      • 354
        Albion says:

        I turned it off.

        Why be patronised by the ‘oh so white’ Biased Broadcasting Cnuts

  64. 278
    Benny Fitz-Clements says:

    It took ‘New Libor’ just 13 years to turn Great Britain into Broken Britain…

    • 320
      Backslapping party in SE Engerlund says:

      Took the tory twats less than three years to bring back victorian times,

      • 340
        Living in 96.98 percent white Merseyside says:

        Labour should use that as a poster at the next election. Just announced millions will be worse off but do they give a Friar Tuck.

  65. 279
    I d on't nee d no doctor says:

    Just where did the Milibands get their money from? Someone must know.
    It’s a mystery that’s for sure.

  66. 285
    I d on't nee d no doctor says:

    Some welsh woman, on QT the other week, said that the numbers of people at soup kitchens in Liverpool had doubled. What exactly does this mean?

    Of all the people getting free food handouts (supermarket throw away) how many can actually afford to buy their own food.
    Its amazing what labour MPs, the BBC / Channel 4 and some newspapers don’t ask. Now why would that be?

    • 292
      Ex-Labour voter (fed up with shirkers) says:

      +1 spot on!

      I get royally f*cked off with these stories about “thousands of families” claiming “free food handouts” as if this is a sign of economic disaster. NO. They’re grabbing free food because it’s FREE. You give something away, a queue will form. It ain’t f*cking difficult concept to grasp. Except to the Guardian.

      Even Cherie Blair, who – the last time I checked – was not impoverished would push her own kids aside if she was offered a free holiday or “all you can grab” trip around a superstore.

      • 304
        SLOTGOB says:

        Free ?? Where ?? I’m first !

        • 318
          William Ballsack says:

          Food purchased with benefits = free food

          • Living in 96.98 percent white Merseyside says:

            I’d spend my benefits at Waitrose but the nearest branches are in Chester or Formby. Too far to lug bags of shopping.

          • dole dodger says:

            Not worth the energy going to Chester in a car, the main Northgate car park is getting student accommodation built on it, the other car parks are now about £4 for two hours, they gotta be kiddin, still the greyhound stadium out of town parking is free and it has a John Lewis with all the electronic toys .

      • 330
        Realist says:

        … and pay people to do nothing – and that’s exactly what they’ll do.

      • 443
        CarryHole is a Utter Hunt says:

        I even sometimes peruse the metro, to see what the latest MSM narratives are.

  67. 288
    I d on't nee d no doctor says:

    Labour intend to vote against the benefit cap. So what is the minimum and maximum benefit payment labour would make? Any idea Ed Miliband or are you just voting against for political point scoring.

  68. 289
    I d on't nee d no doctor says:

    Surely an affront to hear Ummuna talking about his poor constituents when he parades around in fifteen hundred pound suits, and having made a fortune in the city. Just what are Ummuna’s finacial arrangements?

  69. 295
    Anonymous says:

    you were f uckinh hot

  70. 309
    The Far Right says:

    In light of the tragic events in America, namely the shameless milking of a massacre in the name of gun control by the Democrats and Senator Feinstein, it may be worth UK Patriots petitioning government and MP’s to allow once again private gun ownership of in the UK.

  71. 321
    fitzfitz says:

    The twin illustrations are very caucasoid, lads .

  72. 329
    carlton Cheesecrutch says:

    Lemon curd sooths a cheffed gussett

  73. 332
    Blowing Whistles says:

    Noted a bit of narcissisism [I hate spelling that word] from Matt the Fry on CH$ – self-promoting his dispatches piece for Monday night.

    I hope its all nicely balanced and objective and not a one sided promo to bang on about gun laws Matt – ‘cos he really has been going rather OTT in giving it large on the gun thing while occasionally speaking about the atrocity.

    Just be a bit calmer Matt – wouldn’t want you trying to deceive the British public about the difference between ‘protecting’ one’s castle against those who go out to deliberately attack other’s castles. Bite the bullet of being sensationalist Matt – It’s hard but do try.

    Despatches – did do a rather good prog a few years back with P Oborne describing the lone plight of some holo … (you know) survivors in NY against the multibillion dollar industry of holo memorials …

    • 349
      Can't use me old moniker says:

      Matt Fry just wants an Oscar every time he does his piece, that, and the ancient socialist, Snow’s job.

      But while on the subject of the atrocity, isn’t it time men were allowed back into schools, I mean had there been a man teacher, there might just have been a chance he could have floored the skinny little shit before he did too much shooting.
      Just a thought.

      • 355
        Far Right says:

        The broad should have had a Glock.

        • 360
          Blowing Whistles says:

          I have no wish to demean those who have suffered in this atrocity – but I do wish that ‘somehow’ – fucking politicians and bleedin hacks around the world would stop using instances like this for purely political ends.

          Politicians and their lobbying and propagandist friends are part of the bigger bloody problem.

          • Far Right says:

            You are not demeaning anyone by saying that.

            Check out some of the US blogs. People there are now getting more irate about the politicians use of this for cheap political gains, particularly on gun control, and failing to address mental health provisioning which is much more to the point here.

            We here should be making similar points about the Vaz slimeball.

            Unhook the remaining shackles of political correctness, and bask in the glorious light of liberty.

          • Gun contol is democide says:

  74. 336
    Conspiracy Watch says:

    Would appear that the father of the Connecticut shooter and the Colorado shooter have an link.

    They are both due to testify to congress on the LIBOR manipulation:

    Odd eh ?

  75. 338
    Anonymous says:

    Cameron won’t be the Tory leader at the next election, have a good bet now!

    It won’t be long now. Why would most Tory MP’s want to be annihilated at the 2015 election under Dave?

  76. 341 says:

    Sent from my BlackBerry® smartphone on O2

  77. 342
    Nick Clegg says:

    And the BBC Sports Personality of the Year is… John Terry

  78. 344
    Dog Fart says:


  79. 348
    Fog says:

    Sports Personality of the Year. Can’t get through to vote by phone, no voting online. Fix?

  80. 353
    The BBC causes serious mental illness says:

    Sports personality of the year is: Abu Qatada

  81. 362
    Meanwhile says:

    Has Joyce Thacker been fired yet, or have Rotherham Council swept this issue under the carpet??

  82. 365
    Coe FAIL says:

    So how the fuck has failed MP and failed Hague promoter got a gong from the BBC?

    • 418
      Blowing Whistles says:

      His Z friends – who he knows nothing about (cos he’s too stupid to know) have “managed and manipulated” his career “since” his headdy days.

      Winner & Sugar et plus de tools ‘n fools = ditto. [They in their own little worlds think that they really are movers ‘n shakers – while they have been ‘manipulated’ by their sheer pig selfignornace.

  83. 366
    The BBC says:


  84. 368
    Good News Street says:

    Murray has lost

  85. 369
    Wiggo it has to B Wiggo says:


    It Is

  86. 371
    Boris for PM says:

    Mo farah misses out on the top three. The curse of Ed Miliband.

  87. 377
    Saffron says:

    Scouseland,these leftie assholes need a reality check as to who fecked up their economy with their endless strikes etc.
    No wonder business eventually said enough is enough and moved elsewere.
    This morning we had that underfed mayor spouting his usual leftie drivel,food banks and suchlike.
    Anyone remember Mr Hatton and even the Liebour party was against him.
    When will these Leftie/Commie asswipes admit that the last gaggle of champagne socialists led by Bliar and followed by Gorgon left us this almighty economic mess.
    No more boom and bust rings rather hollow now,as does light touch regulation of the banksters and also as does the scottish idiot selling off gold reserves and advertising it to the world in advance,really you could’nt make it up.
    On the other hand Gorgons Doctorate Of the history of the scotsland liebour party does give some clues as to intelligence of the plonker.
    As for Cammoron and his PPE degree,not impressed at all as they are ten a penny and only prove were your address has been for X years.
    He is nothing more than a snake oil salesman who is continuing selling this country down the river to the EUSSR.
    Millipede and Libdumbs I will leave aside,other than to say come an election whenever the Libdumbs are finished.

  88. 380
    I d on't nee d no doctor says:

    After the latest shooting in America, should all gun owners voluntarily have their weapons destroyed out of respect?

  89. 383
    Wrong ...again says:
  90. 393
    Mr Nobody says:

    Labour look after the work-shy, it’s a fact. They’ve proven it time and time again.

  91. 402
    Economist says:

    Labour have not got a damned clue about how to run a balanced economy either.

    Somebody has to produce some wealth at some point. You can’t just expect people to do the minimum, keep a majority of plebs just above the poverty line on benefits, and expect everything to work out gratis of johnny foreigner.

    The Soviets found out the hard way where that gets you. Why this lot think it will work forever is beyond me. Ho hum, come the revolution…

  92. 410
    Winnie the Pooh says:

    ” Staff have complained that people can start lining up at a microwave at 11am to prepare their lunch and queues can last all day”.

    • 413
      The BBC are cunts says:

      These microwave ovens cost around fifty quid each.We simply can’t afford to have a whip-round and buy a couple ourselves. So, come along you lazy Taxpayers and stump up some more money.

    • 415
      License Fee Payer says:

      Starve them.

  93. 411
    Biased to the last says:
  94. 417
    Guardian reading lefty is upset because didn't win spoty says:

    Mo lost because of all the racist people in this country.
    I am so angry about this and upset about, that I couldn’t sodmise my boyfriend tonight.

  95. 421
    Welloilbeefhooked. says:

    Been away for a few months , whats new?

  96. 423
    the furry fish says:

    “making society better”

  97. 425
    Kangaroo Bondage Time says:

    Christmas time, Mistletoe and Wine
    Children singing Christian rhyme
    With logs on the fire and gifts on the tree
    A time to rejoice in the good that we see

  98. 426
    the furry fish says:

    every fucker wants a piece and there are untold millions of them

  99. 430
    Dead righties says:

    Hey righties. You know, most people reacted with horror to the school massacre on Friday. But not you good old righties. For you it was another opportunity for point scoring and jokes, like the commenter who said he’d laugh if the mother of the shooter turns out to have been a registered Democrat. In a world of uncertainty, we can always rely on you righties to make light of the murder of 20 children. Just when you think righties can’t sink any lower, you outdo yourselves. Nice to know what dead 7 year olds mean to you.

    • 434
      Tachybaptus says:

      Well, it’s clear what they mean to you, shitbag. They are an excuse for you to go on one of your toxic rants.

    • 438
      Pedant says:

      They were aged between 5 and 6 weren’t they, not 7.

      Please at least have the decency to fact check on an issue like this.

    • 440
      Guardian reading lefty is upset because didn't win spoty says:

      You right comrade
      Come the revolution they will all be purged from the people’s republic of Britain.

    • 451
      The voice of reason says:

      Why don’t you go stick your head up a dead dog’s bum you lefty twat. Or better still go say a prayer for the millions killed by your commie chums Pol Pot, Stalin, etc etc……….

  100. 437
    Blowing Whistles says:

    Ok – I’m not au fait with putting up utoob stuff but could someone please put up an excerpt from the song “… if you tolerate this, then you’re children will be next…” and I promise to explain what “THIS” really means within hours…

    • 439
      Whilstle Helper says:

      Here you go:

      Just paste in the tube url, make sure it is http.

      • 447
        Blowing Whistles says:

        WH – grateful thanks for the vid – as for the words in the song – “the lyrics” please remember – If you “tolerate this” ….. so what is “this?” Is it that we have become so tolerant of something; so inured to something as adults, that we fail to see what is before our very own eyes …

        I will finish this piece when I have had to ‘endure’ – as I will predict some further bull$hit & propaganda from CH4′s Dispatches prog this Monday night.

        • 450
          albacore says:

          Googling those lyrics shows this ain’t their context
          But you can be sure that your kids will be next
          To the LibLabCons you’re no more than cattle
          Judge them by their deeds, not their lying prattle
          And marvel how quickly was England brought down
          By such fearsome warriors as Heath and Brown

  101. 452
    po8crg says:

    Terrible choice of photos. Comfortably-off, well-dressed family on holiday don’t look in the least hard-working or stressed, while the “scrounger” actually looks like a bloke who’s had a hard day at work and now crashed out on the sofa.

    They need a family that actually looks like they work hard, and a scrounger who doesn’t look so knackered.

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