December 20th, 2012

See, Mitchell Loves Coppers Really


165 Comments

  1. 1
    Anonymous says:

    No tongues please

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    • 5
      Foreign Aids says:

      Looks like the assaulting a police woman to me.

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      • 10
        None of the above V2 says:

        Q Who would win in a fight to the death between David Cameron and Nick Clegg?
        A. We all would.

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        • 73
          David Laws Lib Dem Fiddler says:

          A team of 30 officers looking at this when Mitchell stated he swore at the time. Was his case referred for consideration to prosecute for a public order offence?? Why should an minister who swears in a rant and not have self discipline be considered for ministerial office again? Then again, Cameron’s judgement is not his best quality.

          The David Laws case was not investigated by the police nor was he arrested- let alone a team of 30 officers assigned to investigate if a case existed or not, clearly there was suspicion- even he resigned from office on his own accord.

          Is this case to set an example that no one messes with No. 10?? A bit like the message to the DT not to continue their story about the expenses of a minister? Double standards, once again, from the Bullingdon Bully Boy Club.

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          • Anonymous says:

            One law for the Toffs and another for the Plebs. This picture is just PR.

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          • Clinging onto plebgate says:

            You really are desperate to cling onto the falsity that he said Plebs. Sorry to burst your dreamy left wing narrative with the cold slap of reality that it was a complete invention. Have a merry diverse Winterval in Pinko-lalaland.

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          • Lord Wayne of Pleb says:

            he has just nutted that bird in the cleaners outfit.

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          • Bluto says:

            How many more times, you desperate Labour rebuttal trolls, it is NOT a POA offence. He did not swear AT the officers and even if he did Met guidelines recommend against arrest because it is likely that any attempted prosecution would be thrown out of court.

            Prescott’s common assault against one of his constituents was a criminal offence, however, and he should have been prosecuted for it.

            The law is the law not the law Labour and their New Police chums would like it to be to persecute their political enemies.

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      • 88
        BagLady says:

        Why is a policewoman kissing a member of the public while on duty? She should either arrest him or take a statement.

        They’ve shot themselves in the foot anyway, with their embellishments. They knew the little rat would wheedle his way back on the train. They’ll end up paying him a fortune.

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        • 130
          Anonymous says:

          Its not funny, this stupid episode is disgraceful and bad publicity the Met does not need after the antics we have all heard over the past year, stays at health farms, contact with journos, jobs for relatives etc they seem to be out of control.

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      • 158
        Anonymous says:

        She might be a Stripogran …

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    • 9
      Gawd 'elp this country becoming fascist Dave Cee says:

      I am a disturbed certin, I vote tory.
      don’t like to see, what I don’t want.
      The labour singers selling their songs,
      nor fit ladies getting their gongs.

      I want 1780 Britain, since I am tory,
      people in their places, polishing boots.
      Not this modern nonsense going around,
      anckle on lady seen I want, only me bought.

      SUCK IT A M, you speccy complete tory shite!

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      • 17
        Edukashun-Edukashiun-Edukashon says:

        Certin?

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        • 20
          Gawd 'elp this country becoming fascist Dave Cee says:

          yes yes yes, just explained it, genius

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        • 68
          BagLady says:

          anckle?

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          • Clinging onto plebgate says:

            Was the appalling spelling and general lack of ability at composing verse for stylistic reasons or because you are simply an illiterate Hunt?

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          • Gawd 'elp this country becoming fascist Dave Cee says:

            yes yes yes, ankle fucking ankle – just need to slow down my typiing, and discover self editing. Anyway, think you want another one, yes? Here goes, and I will look it over before criage return, for the pdantics in out life, that can’t see something free in their life, without complaining.

            Speccy Mitchall, on his push bike,
            strange it seems, form of transport.
            Says he is this, tory whip boy about,
            on his pushbike, whipping some trout.

            Cheryl Gillam, can I see you please, Wales,
            heard your seat is in Bucks, quite interesting.
            But bollocks you talk, for Wales – getting by?
            Sacked, so get back with lady tories minging.

            Back benched, sitting on your decrepid fanny.

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          • Gawd 'elp this country becoming fascist Dave Cee says:

            ah fuck, forgot again – spotters…

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          • Gawd 'elp this country becoming fascist Dave Cee says:

            Cliging un Plibgautt – no, it is because my fingers are slower than my brain, and will never catch up.

            Song for you Clingon, just for you, since you seem the most understanding, of my slow fingers, at times,

            Any good klingon, sorry fingers, sory – what the fuck was your name again?/scusa, ma che cazzo era il tuo nome?

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          • Gawd 'elp this country becoming fascist Dave Cee says:

            That last song I know, down to a tee – gets the ladies, even italiano in south wales, and ny recipe of Matt Monro helps as well – this is the main one, I warble, of marvellous Matt, tories, to see their knickers, whatever age, over eighteen,

            jezzus, stand back tory ladies – it is getting a bit crowded here… MOTHER!

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        • 134
          Anonymous says:

          Im certin i know what job you do fascist dave, evening all.

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      • 18
        Gawd 'elp this country becoming fascist Dave Cee says:

        Cretin even on the first line – must learn to self-edit more, before hitting carriage return.

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      • 126
        Sungei Patani says:

        What a pointless illiterate post.

        No doubt from a product of one of Alastair Campbell’s bog standard comprehensive schools.

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      • 132
        Anonymous says:

        Now lads, you have been caught because you are stupid, hold your hands up and admit it. If you are going to mess with the big boys you need to forget how you normally fit people up and use your brain a bit, never mind you will do well as a security guard.

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    • 14
      B says:

      I think that you need to take a tour of Leicester, Bradford and Whitechapel (aka the Silicon Valley of the UK). You will find that immigrants in these high-tech innovation hubs are creating thousands of highskilled jobs and very large multinationals set to compete with the Googles, Twitters and Intels of the world. They also have the benefit of being incredible cultural centers with safe gay populations, wonderful urban renewal projects and vibrant alternative music and club scenes.

      I heard that many of the start ups in Bradford are going public and the cost of housing is going through roof just like in San Francisco. That is one reason that they call Bradford the San Francisco of Northern England.

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    • 16
      Top cop says:

      And Not any old copper. Lorraine Bottomley is a Chief Superintendent , not ur Pleb copper.

      Is it usual for MPs to snog the boss cop when meeting him on constituency business.

      http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2251018/Kiss-make-Tory-Andrew-Mitchell-builds-bridges-police-plebgate-probe-arrests-second-man.html

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    • 144
      hank the cat says:

      Straight up gov it wasnt me that fitted you up

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  2. 2
    Bernie Hogan-Howe says:

    Look at the crowd of tourists in the background

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  3. 3
    Icarus says:

    She looks older than 23

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  4. 4
    god says:

    Can’t think why he (or indeed anyone!) would want to kiss a policewoman! Ugliness seems to be a pre-requisite for entry as a female policeman.

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  5. 7
    Halitosis says:

    Looks like she’s giving him a pat-down just in case he’s packing his pleb stick

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  6. 8
    Marmite says:

    Be careful Andrew, she’s got her asp out!

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  7. 11
    a non says:

    May the Force be with you.

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  8. 15
    Kent Constable says:

    Is she a woman?

    I thought she was K-9!

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  9. 19
    Guardian reading lefty says:

    that policewoman is a traitor to the workers.
    Come the revolution she will be dealt with.

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  10. 22
    Anonymous says:

    Hello Mr Mitchell I’m Police inspector Sikpaye and I probably wont be here next time you visit.

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  11. 24
    Anonymous says:

    “Mr Mitchell has claimed the plebgate saga has ‘shaken’ his confidence in the police” : Mail

    Really. Now what do you think our confidence is like with regard MPs. You should see the effect of dishonest, self-serving MPs. No apology can cure their wrongs.

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  12. 25
    genghiz the kahn says:

    The men like a woman in uniform, don’t they sir. Particularly if you are a whip sir.

    Picture the scene sir, you are ridding down a country lane, and you are stopped by a woman in police uniform. The tight fighting navy blue skirt which emphases her curves, sir. That crisp taut white blouse barely restraining her firm, round breasts…

    The she asks you who are sir.

    A whip sir.

    Oh tie me to a tree sir. Ooh, Suit you sir.

    Suit you sir, ooh, ooh.

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  13. 29
    The Former Secretary of State for Energy says:

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  14. 30
    Cop Watch says:

    An arresting moment.

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  15. 34
    Jimmy says:

    Calm down sir, now where did you this see this career of yours.

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  16. 36
    Roscoe Rules says:

    No love lost there,look at the distance between their groins when they kissed.
    I give it six weeks.

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  17. 39
    Boy from up t'North says:

    Has he been CRB cleared?

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  18. 46
    Arianna H's edible hamster says:

    Is the ex-whip now grooming the police ?

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  19. 48
    its even bleaker in sunderland this xmas with only one food bank says:

    I bet she gagged afterwards!

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  20. 49
    HMMM says:

    Could be a cut price kissogram for all we know.

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  21. 50
    A good point from liberal Conspiracy says:

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    • 67
      Treason in the Force. says:

      A very good point indeed. If the “tourist’s” (AKA Copper in disguise) report had agreed with the Downing street plod Log and the incident had actually happened then that would be expected.

      But as both reports from either side of the gate agree with each other about events that did not happen as proven by the video means at least one side of the gate had access to what was written on the other side.

      Is this the work of the police federation trying to destabilise the government of the day or just the work of a couple of rogue coppers?

      The more you look into this the more serious it appears.

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    • 70
      BBC News 24/7 says:

      Murdoch might have pump primed the story but we fucking ran with it

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    • 97
      Fishy says:

      And also it’s quite telling that Mitchell felt that he had to covertly record his meeting with the Police Federation. It was clear that at that stage he didn’t trust the police.
      Now it seems he had good reason not to.

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  22. 55
    Dave"The One Term Prime Minister" Cameron says:

    Is it just me, or are 99% of people annoying as fuck.

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  23. 56
    Chris Bryant says:

    Not much of a bobbies helmet that is it?

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  24. 59
    Blowing Whistles says:

    HURRAH! [Loud Cheer] at bl++dy last to the D Mail and its commentator Stephen Glover [pg14]

    Finally (Almost 4 years behind the public and the net) he and his ‘free press mates’ have put up a question about the bankers – Quote
    “I’m not a leftie bank-basher, but why on earth has no one been jailed for their criminality” ….

    When Glover and his intellectual mates work out the answer which we all know out here in the ether; well won’t that be embarrasing for him and his?

    clue – who in Govmnt ‘allowed the thieving to go on – thinking that they’d never be caught while they lined their pockets as well?’

    “SCHADENFREUDE” [Excuse the hollaring, screaming and shouting]

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    • 66
      Gordon Brown says:

      And boom begat bust

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      • 81
        HMMM says:

        Come on Gordon the suspense is getting unbearable, surely your latest tome must be nearing completion after all the free scribbling time you have had away from the HOC on compassionate sick leave, it’s not a fucking trilogy is it?.

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    • 143
      Banker Watch says:

      I think this was left for a while so as those involved could either retire and vanish, or suicide. No one really wants what went on brought out in court, wrongly would add, but now our cousins across the pond are beginning to count the cost of LIBOR (USD 3 Billion and counting, at Fannie Mae so far) the sword of justice will start to get to work. It is also significant, that a lot of the problematic 2y, 5y obligations would have expired now or shortly, so the criminals who were needed to keep them running to fruition (to avoid admitting a more damaging wrongdoing and experience an embarrassing default) are no longer needed.

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      • 159
        Blowing Whistles says:

        So the expert intellectual, legal and financial commentariate at all them MSM publications – have been actively concealing the truth as well …

        Well I never! Never thought that they were in it as well …. NOT.

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  25. 64
    Sally from the Alley says:

    I have never been picked up by the fuzz…

    But I have been swung round by my tits.

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  26. 65
    Ja de d J ea n says:

    You can put lipstick on a pig, but it’s still a pig.

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    • 89
      Geordie Equalities Officer says:

      That’s no way to talk about the former chief whip; he has to do his own make up now.

      (That copper is a bit of a dog though but).

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  27. 86
    bored hack says:

    Can’t wait the read the WPC’s log

    “Andrew Mitchell assaulted me. I was visibly distressed. a PC who wasn’t there site seeing at the time but saw everything were absolutely digested. god help the Conservative Party”

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  28. 95
    Check Facts First says:

    A bit of a throw away line from Andew Neill today when he said it was circulating today amongst the journos that when the story was first given to the Sun there was no mention of the Pleb word. This gets stranger and stranger by the hour. Has Hogan Howe resigned yet? Bit silly of him to say this changes nothing. What was his involvement when the story first broke. I can`t imagine him just sitting on his hands and doing nothing. They only do that at the BBC don`t they?

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  29. 103
    To get serious for a moment... says:

    The reason this matters summed up in a sentence

    ” If they can frame a chief whip, they can frame anyone.”

    http://t.co/7DZYZEyb

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    • 163
      Anonymousity. says:

      If they can frame a chief whip they can frame anyone.They have already framed lots of ‘anyones’ Ithink it is just framing ‘or otherwise’ of the chief whip which is causing all this ‘moral outrage’

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  30. 104
    Dixon of Dock Green says:

    Careful Mitchell, that could be technically an assault!

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  31. 106
    He who no longer posts says:

    In future, when singing rugby songs at the pub, it is recommended that the words All coppers are bastards be amended to Some coppers are bastards.

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  32. 108
    Red Egg Millitwit....... says:

    Is she saying,” Whip me, whip me, make me have your babies!” ??

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  33. 113
    Rupert is letting his hacks change the tune says:

    Camilla Cavendish in the times:

    “A week before Andrew Mitchell and his bicycle got into a spot of bother, a friend who frequently goes to meetings in Downing Street mentioned that she’d been upset by an unpleasant and obstructive new officer at the gate. When Mr Mitchell got into trouble, I assumed that he’d been goaded by the same person”

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    • 122
      Anonymous says:

      I quite believe it. I said right from the start that is was some bored arse holey plod who thought it would be a good idea to wind Mitchell up. There was a time when police officers knew every member of parliament by name and each treated each other with a great deal of respect. Unfortunately there are some right little yobs in the police nowadays who have no respect for anyone. How some of them get in the job I don`t know.

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  34. 116
    Nothing to see here move along there says:

    A friend who works in Downing Street told me that there are a lot of particularly obnoxious bastards who work there.

    I thought that Dave was being a bit indiscreet but………………

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  35. 119
    Gawd 'elp this country becoming fascist Dave Cee says:

    ANDREW MITCHELL ACTUALLY HAS HIS EYE ON BECOMING PM OF THE UK ONE DAY, I have heard, and he thinks this nonsense carry on is helping him.

    The boy’s a deluded fool.

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  36. 120
    Rob Wilson says:

    I’m placing this in the public domain.

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    • 137
      Gawd 'elp this country becoming fascist Dave Cee says:

      Seriously Rob, as if it is not already. Fuck it, Gram, for that plonker, Andrew Emm.

      Fucking tory luxury liner.

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  37. 121
    dtn says:

    Fuck plebgate. This bastard gave millions of your money to Kagame. I hope he rots in hell.

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  38. 128
    Moby Dick says:

    Im your local MP “Mike Alpha”

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  39. 136
    Bluto says:

    I see the Labour rebuttal and smear trolls are out in force, desperately trying to save their smearing conspiracy against Mitchell before they are implicated in it up to their spotty, unwashed socialist necks.

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  40. 140
    copper-bottomed says:

    Does the police federation comprise real live policemen or what we have come to know as Pilgrims?

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  41. 149
    Pitchfork. says:

    Stay there till I get my Truncheon pumped up.

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  42. 150
    You couldn't make it up.... says:

    Police inspector Daemon Johnson sacked for posting picture of his genitals on Facebook says “‘It has been dreadful having this hanging over my head for the past few months.”

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2251036/Northamptonshire-police-inspector-Daemon-Johnson-sacked-Facebook-photo-genitals-claims-meant-text-picture-girlfriend.html

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  43. 155
    It doesn't add up... says:

    Mitchell kisses, the police make it up.

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  44. 162
    Bozzer says:

    Truly fucking cringeworthy. What politician kisses a senior policewoman in front of cameras as part of a formal visit? Couldn’t he just shake her hand in a professional manner? Hate to say it but he probably will be vindicated – the police will now be a soft target after performing badly consistently and caught out lying as well as complicit with phone hacking journos. Cut the bastards – their numbers and their salaries and their pensions – fuck ‘em. Then we can move on to the next set of overpriveliged whingeing public servants.

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