January 12th, 2013

Saturday Seven Up

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You’re either in front of Guido, or behind…


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  1. 1
    Pink Floyd says:

    Is there anybody out there?

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    • 3
      MI6 says:

      Yes.. All this weekly deflection on the Nonce SIR jimmy Saville.. What about the Care Homes and YOI Vists organised for the Great and the Good.. Was SIR jim.. the Scout looking for the easiest opportunity for a bit of Kiddy fiddling for his Chums??????..

      Its about time more questions asked.. He must have been the only person working without a CRB check.. WTF. Who ELSE??

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      • 5

        All this CRB checking has done is to:

        * give a false sense of security to many
        * let by some terrible offenders for more than a few victims
        * put many worthy people off from offering help and
        * created an army of condescending health workers and managers who think that they are much better than they are because of blind faith in a far from perfect regime.

        I am not advocating we do not have a checking procedure but that it should work for society and not against it.

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        • 7
          Grumpy Old Man says:

          Well said.

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          • Kebab Time says:

            great week guids – you is the man

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          • Anonymous says:

            It seems what was achieved was abusers getting control of kids and give them to abusers. It seems, we have only seen the tip of the iceberg.

            How can we end up with a system where kids who were looked after by state at thousands of pounds a week were abused. It is not just this horrible man, gangs in Rochdale , etc.

            None of the government employees involved were punished, even though they are paid thousands of pounds each year to look after these kids.

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          • Anonymous says:

            Some of you seems it is just jimmy saville.

            1) How can it be just him?
            2) How know one in authority realise what was happening?
            3) What about Rochdale, Wales, etc?

            There should be a public inquiry by an eminent judge into what happened and why it was allowed to happen.

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          • T'Old Fella says:

            The CRB check is only checking on any convictions, if there no convictions a clean CRB cert., it’s a bit like a getting a firearms cert. as they go on police records nowt on ok but as far as I know no check on mental health. CRB checks have not been going pn that long though, so would have never had one anyway.

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          • Government employees don’t go to their calling to be punished. They go in for a nice 9:30 to 4:00 number with long lunch break, copious tea breaks, early away Fridays, long holidays, inflation proof pensions, free-parking-spaces-in-the-middle-of-towns, first-class train fares paid, back slapping get-togethers, OBEs, Buckingham Palace parties, visits from dignitaries, fawning write-ups and obits in the local Bugle, and most of all the lack of accountability and complete absence of any measure of their effectiveness (no micrometer devised by man could detect it anyway.)

            Punishment? Get away!

            There is more I could say but the tea bell has just gone…

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          • Anonymous says:

            Schrödinger’s cat; then what is the point on wasting all this money and making it even worse for these kids?

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          • CarryHole is a Dismal Hunt says:

            >what is the point on wasting all this money and making it even worse for these kids?

            Something has to be done!
            This is something!
            Lets do this.

            It’s image, not effectiveness. A false sense of security is the most dangerous thing ever.

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          • To add to what AC1 says, examine the differences between is and ought. People confuse them.

            I have mentioned it here so many times that I may sound like a cracked record. But look up Hume’s Law so I don’t have to repeat it all.

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        • 11
          Vote UKIP says:

          Many people expect the state to do the jobs it has commandeered itself to do to a reasonable level of efficiency. It never has done and never will do.

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          • Living in 96.98 percent white Merseyside says:

            So what’s the point of voting UKIP?

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          • Screwed Taxpayer says:

            To get rid of gay luvving Camoron and the rest of the PC spendthrift wankers

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          • Butch Dave says:

            The elite nonces. Will no one think of the elite nonces!

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          • Reap what you Sow my Country says:

            We’re all involved, from all corners, and when someone says to me that I am off topic, I just say, grow up – everything is on topic here.

            It is the definition of here.

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          • Vote4Ukip says:

            When someone complains you are off topic, congratulate yourself you have got the bugger rattled.

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          • Reap what you Sow my Country says:

            I have got a talent of doing that, when they try and attempt to make out that black is white.

            Pathetic foghorns they are, so see through, like a ladies nightie that is asking for it, right up the A1 of her.

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          • Reap what you Sow my Country says:

            Sod it, my favorite A1, and yes, ok, she is “slightly” younger than me,

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          • Reap what you Sow my Country says:

            More boots, victoria, size zero foot wear, caligulia like, from blackpool,

            at the beeb…..

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          • Reap what you Sow my Country says:

            and when Vicky was in Dead Disco, in Leeds Poly art, or whatever it is called today,

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          • Reap what you Sow my Country says:

            Boots, could run a pig through your legs then….

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          • Reap what you Sow my Country says:

            Wrote a short play, only ten minutes long, of a young female pop star going into the country to a coast, and meeting a about fifty old bloke, and getting on well platonically, s like a normal daughter and niece, hitting it off istantly, star not crossed like, compliment in life, a couple of decades removed.

            And no, they don’t have sex, but she does, when he points her in the right direction, of around the same age.

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          • Reap what you Sow my Country says:

            and yes he was a farmer’s son passionate, and an artist home for the summer from St. Martins, helping with the potaoes amd lambs, and they fell in love.

            It’s a sucker plot. Could fluff it out longer, say, quarter of an hour?

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        • 18
          Anonymous says:

          Sadly there is unintended consequences.
          The many is society. The individual is one.
          who should society work for?

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          • Society, government, corporations, associations, in fact any form of human association is atomic.

            At the root of it all is the individual.

            Any worldview which ignores the important role of the individual is doomed to failure – as history has taught us time and again.

            Experience comes from having made the same mistake – repeatedly. There may be a correlation between intelligence and those who repeat mistakes fewer times.

            The Law of Unintended Consequence is a punishment visited particularly upon politicians.

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          • Anonymous says:

            it appear like day follows night that there is positive and negative energy. Also with the concept of good and evil in mind, our day to day world is dual. However,

            ego says, me me me.
            what we forget is that energy of others can bring us down or lift us.

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          • @Anonymong

            That is a view for sure. But there may be a second view… :-)

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          • CarryHole is a Dismal Hunt says:

            The irnorant person will forever confuse self-interest, and selfishness.

            Self-interest is the opposite of selfishness, as comparative advantage is the only way to create wealth.

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        • 40
          Anonymous says:

          But CRB checks biggest crime was to allow the thought that the vulnerable should be left alone with a single individual.

          If everyone was equally suspected then we would have put more emphasis on oversight. All vulnerable people need the thought that they will be independently monitored and visited regularly by outside authorities. It should be the case that any MP, senior police, councillors, can walk into any establishment, caring for the vulnerable, at any time to see what is going on. No reason needed, no red tape, and in a social manner. Just spot checks on our society. Hospitals, children’s care, schools, religious centres, etc. It might do both parties a world of good.

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          • Consider what you are actually proposing. says:

            How stupid can you be?

            Mps, coppers and councillors are just as prone to be a sexual abuser as the rest of society. No way should they have unfettered solo access. That’s how Savile got away with what he did.

            Simon Hughes on any questions said all must have the same checks on access and those in positions of power must be treated like the rest. Not sure how this fits in with people like Gordon Brown wandering through hospitals and schools on a political whim.

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          • All forms of human association rely at some point upon trust. One cannot odds this. At every moment of every day, you put your trust in the hands of other people you don’t even know. Bus drivers, train drivers, taxi drivers, pilots, food retailers, teachers, even passers-by in the streets whom you don’t see.

            We rely upon them to do the right things, or to refrain from doing the wrong things, that might harm them. Sometimes that trust is abused. That is life.

            It is natural for those who have experienced abuse to call for new rules even though there were probably good enough rules which were not followed.

            The irony is that, having faced the biggest deluge of legislation in Labour’s 13 years, we have arrived at the state where we are less well protected than we were in the first place.

            It is not hard to see what is wrong. But nobody seems willing to put it right.

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          • Аll fоrmѕ оf humаn аѕѕосіаtіоn rеly аt ѕоmе pоіnt upоn truѕt. Оnе саnnоt оddѕ thіѕ. Аt еvеry mоmеnt оf еvеry dаy, yоu put yоur truѕt іn thе hаndѕ оf оthеr pеоplе yоu dоn’t еvеn knоw. Buѕ drіvеrѕ, trаіn drіvеrѕ, tаxі drіvеrѕ, pіlоtѕ, fооd rеtаіlеrѕ, tеасhеrѕ, еvеn pаѕѕеrѕ-by іn thе ѕtrееtѕ whоm yоu dоn’t ѕее.

            Wе rеly upоn thеm tо dо thе rіght thіngѕ, оr tо rеfrаіn frоm dоіng thе wrоng thіngѕ, thаt mіght hаrm thеm. Ѕоmеtіmеѕ thаt truѕt іѕ аbuѕеd. Thаt іѕ lіfе.

            Іt іѕ nаturаl fоr thоѕе whо hаvе еxpеrіеnсеd аbuѕе tо саll fоr nеw rulеѕ еvеn thоugh thеrе wеrе prоbаbly gооd еnоugh rulеѕ whісh wеrе nоt fоllоwеd.

            Thе іrоny іѕ thаt, hаvіng fасеd thе bіggеѕt dеlugе оf lеgіѕlаtіоn іn Lаbоur’ѕ 13 yеаrѕ, wе hаvе аrrіvеd аt thе ѕtаtе whеrе wе аrе lеѕѕ wеll prоtесtеd thаn wе wеrе іn thе fіrѕt plасе.

            Іt іѕ nоt hаrd tо ѕее whаt іѕ wrоng. But nоbоdy ѕееmѕ wіllіng tо put іt rіght.

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          • David ich-bin-ein-frankfurter Cameron says:

            Good job everyone’s forgotten about the Great Repeal Bill.

            http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Conservative_%E2%80%93_Liberal_Democrat_coalition_agreement

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          • Sie können nicht Ihre Berliner Mauer und Kuchen essen. :-)

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          • Anonymous says:

            “Consider”: Try reading.

            Who said anything about leaving anyone solo with anyone.

            The whole point is that crimes happen when people feel secure. With any chance of an unannounced visitor they would think again.

            After reading about the prisons, I asked today about our local criminals. It seems they are mainly the offspring or wards of multiple of our own local Police officers. These offspring thought they were above the law as the fathers would always protect them. They thought, due to past events, that the blame would always fall on another. Eventually, they were put away.

            It is the safety from capture that leads to these crimes. The arrogance of criminals. Oversight and unannounced access is the only deterrent. These are clever people but they can not be beat random chance.

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        • 184
          Rat's arse says:

          You’ve hit the nail on the head again SC. If you carry on like this, you’ll be a serious contender for Silent Bob’s ‘pearls of wisdom’ crown! :)

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        • 196
          Just another smokescreen says:

          Please engage brain before posting as a CRB check on Savile even if it had been carried out would have given him a clean bill of health as he had no convictions for noncing. This is just another smokescreen diverting from the real reason he got away with it ie those in the Police and DPP who deliberately chose not to prosecute him despite sufficiency of evidence to warrant such. They are cowards who lack a spine.

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          • If you are responding to my point then we are in complete agreement!

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          • Just another smokescreen says:

            I was responding to the general view that what was/is needed is more bureaucracy such as CRB checks and suchlike when the real reason that he got away with it was that his accusers were ignored and fobbed off by people who failed in their duty. They were too concerned about their own careers and didnt want to rock the boat by doing a proper investigation which would almost certainly have led to prosecutions. This fact will get glossed over and all the talk will be about improving systems and various box ticking excercises proposed. None of which are worth a fuck if witnesses are told to go away at the start of the process.

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          • Thank you for that clarification and your substantive points are entirely correct.

            For all the good the current system does, they could scrap the whole lot and start again.

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          • Anonymous says:

            The statistics I want to know are:

            How many of these were reported at the time?
            How many reports were recorded by any authority?
            How many were threatened to avoid the authorities having to take the report?

            Our lives were threatened , our property was threatened, we were threatened with been made bankrupt, every threat came from the mouth of public paid officers. Silenced like so many others it seems. Then the worst case happened and they threatened us in writing. The criminals are the authorities. The best bit is that no one cares, it is never their job to care!

            But they were all given a recorded chance to care!

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        CRB Check only reveals recorded offences NOT suspicions says:

        A CRB check will only reveal if a person has committed a serious offence or if they are on the “sexual offences register”..in the case of Savile he appears to have been suspected by many(?)people within the BBC;NHS:Police and elsewhere within the establishment but he was never charged or convicted so a CRB check would be totally pointless as it would reveal absolutely …NOTHING.

        However…WHAT needs to be investigated is…WHO authorised him to have sets of keys for Broadmoor and NHS establishments and unsupervised access to various vulnerable persons…as regards the permission regrading holding sets of keys for both NHS establishments and prisons THAT must have been taken at the HIGHEST level within those two areas…..we haven’t even begun to get to the bottom of this scandal…..forget about various 70’s celebrities etc being arrested for associated offences….which is a smokescreen to protect those within the establishment who by not asking the questions or refusing to agree to requests for him to have such access effectively allowed Savile to commit his crimes in the full public gaze…

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        • 105

          Hear hear!

          It’s not rocket science, is it? But some people fail to see the obvious until the very moment it runs them down.

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        • 158
          Jimmy says:

          This was of course one of the reasons behind the Safeguarding Vulnerable Groups Act, which has of course now been gutted as part of the government’s exciting anti red tape campaign. As the Home Secretary so eloquently put it, “”what we have got to do is actually trust people again”. And kiddyfiddlers are people are they not? Technically.

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      • 84
        Reap what you Sow my Country says:

        And MI6, how’s my mates in MI5 doing? Slags the lot of them – I do a bet job than them guv,

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    • 24
      DVLA is a money making Scam says:

      I’ve just read on the BBC website that my driving licence which was issued until I am seventy will be illegal in 2015.and I will have to buy one of those EU Stasi approved licences with my photo on it.

      Fuck the fucking twats.

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      • 32
        Screwed Taxpayer says:

        Classic overpaid gold plated inflation proofed pensioned fucking government jobsworths to be more precise

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      • 50
        Driving you crazy with red tape says:

        Yup… I mislaid my old paper green licence(which had replaced my previous old “red card” one I received when I passed my driving test in 60’s……knowledge of hand signals was a requirement then too !!!….that shows my age !!) some time ago and had to obtain a photo-type.the photo has to be renewed every 10 years so although your licence states it will be valid until 70th birthday when you must renew every 5 years you have to supply new photograph every 10 years and apply for a new licence at cost of £20 when I renewed mine a year ago…..However on the bright side all those that have photo licence will get an automatic reminder 6 months beforethe old green paper ones are being phased out in 2016 so I don’t know if you’ll get a reminder as I’m not sure the DVLA will have such recorded)…it’s a rip off to generate money but the problem is if your licence is not renewed you are firstly committing an offence as your motor insurance will be invalid and you will not be authorised to drive…double whammy…..6 points and fixed penalty of £60 for each offence so £20 looks a bargain given that

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    • 59
      Reap what you Sow my Country says:

      I sometimes ask, my friend,

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  2. 2

    I have been reading. Did not want to be first but I know who does need to be.

    And it ain’t 8illy!

    █████

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  3. 4
    P l e b says:

    So…crime on the up so let’s close a few prisons.

    Clever that.

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    • 28
      Scrub uo says:

      Err no. They are closing small crumbling prisons errected by the Victorians. And replacing them with up to date facilities. This will save money and provide more places.

      As these Victorian lock ups tend to be slap bang in the middle of towns and cities the land must be worth loadsa dosh. The n1gger in the woodpile being listed building status.

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    • 37
      Synic says:

      Plan B — Breeze block single cells on a windswept island off western scotchland. solitary confinement. No telly or snooker etc. The prison population will soon reduce when the word gets around.
      Stop all the PC caring counselling re-education bollux. Deter the fuckers

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      • 43
        Bill Oddy says:

        In that case, what must I do to get banged up on a Scotch Island?

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      • 52
        Anonymous says:

        No. Armoured glass and steel in the city centre. Outward looking and no prisoner prisoner contact. All inmates available for hire, to the local community only, for the cost of their food and shelter on an occasional daily basis.

        In the end they are a product of a community, they owe a debt to the wronged community, and they will one day need to be part of a community. Give them a chance to learn to prove themselves.

        Then we might have the ability to punish the lesser crimes and stop the escalation to more serious offences by sending them to these large crime training centres.

        The rest need to be outdoors in fields 18 hours a day.

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      • 230
        Hebridean says:

        At one time they sent prisoners to Australia. They liked it there!
        They might find the same true of the peace and quiet of a Scottish island.

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  4. 6
    I used to work for Jessops but I'm alright now says:

    Please help William, a young loyalist from lower Newtownards Road. On an average day,just to retain his national identity,william is forced to block roads, riot,cause mayhem and wear a Rangers scarf over his face.Text FLEG to 1690 to help poor wee William get a life.(mobile rates will vary but those on Orange can text for free).

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    • 14
      You utter ponce says:

      Of course banning the Union flag here in Britain would garner no ill feelings at all, would it?

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      • 22
        Anonymous says:

        We’ll soon be able to take the blue cross off it when the Scots fuck off. Hopefully the Northern Irish will go at the same time.

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      • 231
        God is an Englishman. says:

        Not in the towns and cities where the native, white, Britons are now outnumbered by the black and brown tide of “multi-culturism”.

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    • 73
      Frank says:

      To be Frank. I do not see what else they can do to retain their national identity.

      Democracy refuses to allow it, the polis won’t protect them, Dave doesn’t give a shit, neither does the EU or its court that stands up for the rights of terrorists.

      Harriet Harperson said on the radio last night that they must obey the vote made at the town hall by their councillors full stop. How does that solve anything Harriet? These people want the right to fly their own flag in their own country and if politicians will not let them then they have no choice but to use alternative means. I for one wish them all the best.

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  5. 8
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    Nick Clegg says:

    What no mention of “Onesies” ?

    The one-piece in all its guises http://fashion.telegraph.co.uk/galleries/TMG9793135/The-one-piece-in-all-its-guises.html#.UPEVVORW_jA.twitter

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    restore the monasteries says:

    The Europhiles are really crawling out of the coconut trees,on Necker.
    I voted “NO” in’75,and have voted for 45yrs at every opportunity….
    I do not have the country i wanted,and have been sold this line of
    “Percieved” democracy for all those years…..No removal from the corrupt,indebted,law making,life ruining institution,NO vote from me anymore..
    Its a joke and those that support the UK in Europe are those that work for it ,or are in reciept of money from it,or gain in some other way….For Brits to be threatened by those that support the EU,is an insult….Democracy is a MYTH!!!!!
    (but its all we have)

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    • 25
      Anonymous says:

      perhaps insults are connected with ego. It can make us blind.
      hence the saying red with rage.
      having said that if we want autonomy then power needs to come closer to us…not become more distant.
      however ultimately….all power is within. it maybe that what we are brought up to believe is e,vil or negative is a source of positive energy within us.

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    • 35

      The problem is that, if we did have a restoration of the monasteries, then we would still not have democracy and the Vatican would occupy a broadly similar role to that of Brussels and decide on such things as straight bananas and so on.

      Of course, you may not imply any message via your moniker, I should acknowledge…

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      • 56
        restore the monasteries says:

        I am not suggesting “Restoration of the Monasteries” as they were in the
        Middle Ages,and earlier,however,to quote a passage from,”A history of England”
        “If reform,rather than destruction,had been Henry’s real object,the Monasteries
        might once again have taken their place in society as Spiritual centres where a
        Holy Life could be lived,remote from the bustle of the world,and where corporate
        prayers could be offered for the good of mankind.”…….A place to go for a short while for a bit of peace……with or without your religion….
        (like everything else,the fat and slothful,money grabbers ruined it in Eneries eyes…)

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      • 211
        Jedd Drudge, BBC programme planner says:

        ‘Restoration of the Monastries’ – a splendid idea for a new makeover series.
        Who leaked it to you ?

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        • 249
          Reap what you Sow my Country says:

          as long as if broadband is available, count me in. I am willing to sleep on a bed of straw on a slate floor.

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    • 39
      Living in 96.98 percent white Merseyside says:

      I’m a Europhile. Merseyside has done very nicely in the past thanks to the EU. In any case why should government policy be to appease the Little Englanders amongst the Tories’ 130,000? membership.

      What about the rest of us – 64 million and counting.

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      • 62
        Anonymous says:

        You fucking pay for it then, scouse git.

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      • 63
        Vote UKIP says:

        It was Heseltine who did very nicely for Merseryside. And all that money that we give every single year to the corrupt EU could just as easily have gone to Merseyside and other deprived areas that are still deprived because there is now no money left thanks to fucking Labour.

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        • 72
          Living in 96.98 percent white Merseyside says:

          You are referring of course to Londistan.

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        • 289
          Britain the ruined country says:

          Don’t forget that slug Baroso and the rest of them definately don’t want us to leave the EU because among their many new moves is one to give every inhabitant of the Euro using members a guaranteed income for life, whether working or not, also this is to be at a guaranteed rate above any minimum wage.

          Guess what, they need the money being presently being extorted from us to pay for it.

          Funny, no word of this on the Labour party publicity machine aka the BBC>

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        • 384
          CarryHole is a Dismal Hunt says:

          I think you mean depriving.

          The middle class are deprived of earnings, the benefit classes are the beneficiaries. In no way are they being deprived.

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  8. 16
    Owen Jones"The Cheekie Chappie" says:

    The importance of Tax Return accuracy… pic.twitter.com/Yme86WHU

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  9. 19
    old SHEP says:

    Look at BBC news online, Sir Jimmy scandal has been relegated to Heath (WTF), see no evil, hear no evil and speak no evil (about us).

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  10. 30
    Owen Jones"The Cheekie Chappie" says:

    Coming soon to a cinema near you:
    “Life of Pie” – the Eric Pickles story.

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  11. 36
    FFS ! says:

    Just heard someone on the Today program who stated that we should not be judgemental when considering evidence. FFS !

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  12. 42
    Tom Fatson says:

    █████████████ ██████████ █████ █████████████

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  13. 47
    Reap what you Sow my Country says:

    I don’t care what you lot are doing today, i am watching eoropean rugger, Ospreys, then my Scarlets, West Wales, the centre of the universe, come what may,

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  14. 49
    Dave is a Faux Tory. says:

    When I were a lad imitation leather was seen as something to avoid like the plague as it would make your arse and feet sweat and become shabby before you knew it.

    How come Argos and Asda customers are falling for the rebranding of imitation to “Faux”?

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  15. 51
    Legal Shysters R Us says:

    Compensation is your right. We can help you remember being groped by Savile & Co. 40 years ago. No witnesses — no problem, just do a convincing act for the Beeb. No win no fee. 50% for us of the payment to you that you so deserve.
    Plod will help. The more phantom cases they can record the better will be their crime investigation figures.
    P.S. We can do that car accident whiplash claim for you at the same time.

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    • 65
      Reap what you Sow my Country says:

      savaged by savile, sponsored on a charity run or walk by the BBC.

      Anything else you say is just lame excuses.

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    • 68
      Anonymous says:

      Are you one of the, ‘I wasn’t groped by Jimmy Savile’, brigade?

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      • 107
        Reap what you Sow my Country says:

        I am one of the few, it seems, in fifty-plus life.

        His bones should be put in a gibbet in front of the Tower, next to the Thames.

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    • 69
      Ah! Monika 2013 +1 says:

      I can’t think of a single compensation settlement which I don’t pay for.

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      • 190
        illogical says:

        With pharmacy medicine being so expensive, Homemade Apple pie works for me.
        Acidic Granny Smiths or cooking apples splashed with a generous amount of lemon juice usually does the trick; And adding a layer of marzipan over the pastry base before the fruit will counteract the friendly medicinal effect for those with a sensitive stomach.
        [Sprinkling the upper crust with brown sugar instead of white gives little extra roughage or mineral benefits.] Hope this helps.

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  17. 70
    Michael Parkinson says:

    I never met Jimmy Savile

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  18. 71
    Ah! Monika 2013 +1 says:

    The things you find on the net.

    http://www.whale.to/c/reality6.html

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  19. 78
    Jon Snow says:

    I’ve used my bus pass this morning.

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  20. 79
    Reap what you Sow my Country says:

    Fuck Jamie Oliver, literally – bet he has tight essex man buttocks,

    How do you like that granny?

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  21. 80
    Groomed the Nation my arse you just failed to do your jobs properly says:

    Milliband speaking to the Fabian Society do you think he will mention Eugenics ?

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  22. 91
    old SHEP says:

    Silence on the latest banking frauds, libor still ongoing, but now being fined for laundering drug money as well:
    RBS
    HBOS
    Well Mervyn, better print some more money out to pay out yet more compensation.
    FSA (laugh?,thought I’d never start).

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  23. 109
    Reap what you Sow my Country says:

    Song for savile, wherever you are, from the capital of west wales, Swansea, suck on this savile,

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  24. 112
    Owen Jones says:

    Massive applause for Guido Fawkes saying Britians place is in EU.

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  25. 118
    Ed Moribund says:

    Ed’s big speech today

    Predator, producer, poodle provider progressive preheat prehensible ..[I'm running out of 'P' words..help me someone]..Permafrost, erm..Providence, prickliness… prefrontal lobotomy..erm..

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    • 127
      Eric Prickles says:

      Prick ?

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    • 141
      Vote4Ukip says:

      Profundity – the act of giving taxpayer’s money to the rest of EU Europe plus Africa and Asia.

      Prudence – what G. Brown give up for lent, as in lent from other countries to splurge or public spending thus creating humungous budget deficits.

      Pie-in-the-sky – Where magic money trees grow.

      People – plebs.
      Plebs – the ones Labour con in order to get into power and then forget about.

      Palindrome – an airport where BBC personnel fly off to exotic locations at taxpayer expense.

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    • 146
      albacore says:

      Ponceing prattling, prevaricating
      Plus purposeless pontificating
      Puerily propounding pure pox
      Please put party pharts back in the box

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      • 160
        old SHEP says:

        Placating pissed off voters
        Proceeds go to shouldn’t orters
        Please be liberal with your fibral
        Plant a cant and lock up your daughters

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  26. 121
    Operation Crossbow says:

    Jimmy Savile would have passed a CRB check. He worked for the BBC. The BBC are gods. Now pay up and shut up.

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  27. 128
    I d on't nee d no doctor says:

    Guido, let’s have a go at the BBC over probable Jimmy Savile payouts. Why should the license fee payer have to cough up?
    Just how much have the BBC spent so far on pay-offs and inquiries, and how much will the Savile case cost.
    Over to you.

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  28. 130
    Owen Jones says:

    In case you missed it, check out this masterful Beatles and Led Zeppelin mash-up http://ow.ly/gIX8C

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    • 135
      DJ Ed says:

      Having persued the lyrics of both these songs I note that neither contain the phrase “one Nation” so Im afraid its a no from me.

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      • 138

        …the unspeakable in full perusal of the uneatable?

        Blimey! It almost works better this way, Oscar.

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      • 139
        RED ED MILLIONAIREBAND says:

        One Nation is the abbreviated version of ‘ We’re All in This Together ‘

        Except for the millionaires like Mandelson, Blair, Straw, Brown and me.

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        • 152
          Dumb nation says:

          Just listened to Ed’s speech.
          He said WunNashun Labour in every sentence.

          In short the speech to the Fabian society {don’t laugh..they think they are a serious group} goes …

          Wonnashun, Wonnashun, Wonnashun, Wonnashun,Wonnashun, Wonnashun, Wonnashun, Wonnashun,Wonnashun, Wonnashun, Wonnashun, Wonnashun,Wonnashun, Wonnashun, Wonnashun, Wonnashun,Wonnashun, Wonnashun, Wonnashun, Wonnashun, VOTE LABOUR Wonnashun, Wonnashun, Wonnashun, Wonnashun,Wonnashun, Wonnashun, Wonnashun, Wonnashun,Wonnashun, Wonnashun, Wonnashun, Wonnashun,Wonnashun, Wonnashun, Wonnashun, Wonnashun,Wonnashun, Wonnashun, Wonnashun, Wonnashun, VOTE LABOUR, Wonnashun, Wonnashun, Wonnashun, Wonnashun,

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          • Marie o'Nettiste says:

            Why does Ed take his script from the clerk at the immigration desk ?

            
            

            Wallace manages to be far more life-like.

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      • 142
        Reap what you Sow my Country says:

        indulgent rubbish, totally missing the point.

        Some get on comfortably getting on with life,
        and some do not around abound.
        Some make strange laws suddenly for their all,
        selfish , for their own mind bound.

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        • 143
          Reap what you Sow my Country says:

          and that includes you Michael Jagger, and you too David Jones, nee Bowie!

          Grunts old the lot of them are, trying to be pop stars in their sixties!!! – give me fucking strength!

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    Vote4Ukip says:

    Nigel Farage tweet: I’m going on the news channel at 1500hrs to respond to the ‘great’ Lord Hestletine.

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  31. 150
    Owen Jones says:

    How to get a trainee job at the Daily Mail http://ow.ly/gJzky

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  32. 155
    WVM says:

    BBC NEWS at it again!
    Yet more underhand suggestions from BBC dateline London’s handpicked guests…
    That being of a referendum on our EU membership, which they seem to believe will result in us not being able to trade with Europe at all, ever!

    Dear oh dear, as soon as I hear that bollox I know exactly where it is coming from.
    They really are getting very very desperate.

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    • 161
      The BBC says:

      If Britain leaves the EU, our European friends will not permit us to trade with them, ever.

      And your arms and legs will fall off.

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      • 167
        P.Mandevilson, the Eminence Greasy says:

        I did warn you all of the catastrophic consequences for this Country of refusing to adopt the single currency.

        Er,wait…

        Oh hell, who cares ? I’ve got a £ multi-million in Regents Park now. Bovvered !

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        • 171
          Ed Millionaireband says:

          Yes Peter, my many millions keep me very warm at night too.

          Oh and by the way, up the workers and all that bollocks!

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        • 250
          Anonymous says:

          does cleverness reside in our sexuality?
          gay ppl are a clever lot. MandelVision is impressive though he may have some tummy problems? He keeps well away from fire, but that is what he needs…a firerush.

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      • 240
        God is an Englishman. says:

        Your balls will swell up and explode, too,

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    • 164
      old SHEP says:

      Ha Ha, have they not realised yet that Rumpeys Country get all there goods from China (not a member of the EU to my knowledge).

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    • 173
      Joe says:

      What a load of multicult bullshit that programme is!
      ‘BBC dateline London’ should be called ‘EU dateline Londonistan’

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      • 178
        A policy thought says:

        Seeing as lots of London is no longer recognizably English, why not cut off all state benefits ? Continue to charge tax though as they occupy UK territory. It is rapidly becoming the Palestine of Western Europe.

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  33. 163
    Reap what you Sow my Country says:

    jeezus the wind is blowing from the steppes now,

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    • 168
      Global Warming says:

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      • 174
        BBC NEWS says:

        Oh do fuck off!
        We are still reporting on the heatwave and fires sweeping across Australia at the moment, it fits our man made global warming narrative far better you see.

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        • 177
          Herman Van Rompuy says:

          Good boy good boy… here’s a big juicy bone!

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        • 180
          Reality says:

          Snow and ice have been affecting ground transportation in San Diego area, and US Airforce in southern CA had to break out the de-icers to get their transport planes off the ground.

          Pak!stan as well, those bodies they are refusing to bury. Part of reason not a major hassle is because it is below zero there as well at present. Those attending the vigil were getting frost bite apparently.

          NB: Notice also that those warm sunny climes where snow is rare have not ground to a complete halt with the arrival.

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        • 186
          The BBC are cunts says:

          Next week, the Libor party want us to focus viewers’ minds on the wicked Tories’ failure to build a fantastic Olympics legacy.

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        • 194
          Poor Old David Attenborough says:

          Look chaps, I really don’t know whether I’m up to doing yet another identical series. I’m 105 and my voice is giving out. Is there anyone else who could take over?

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          • BBC Management says:

            You HAVE to keep going. You’re the only one who can con the public into thinking the BBC is still what it used to be.

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          • Chlöe Sal Gerbeeba says:

            Considering all the money that Crapita rake in to fund the BBC’s lies, they should be able to fake quite a few more Attenborough series after you’re gone.

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          • Reap what you Sow my Country says:

            hasta diananoytch, da?

            Не знаю, какого хрена я говорю здесь …

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          • Reap what you Sow my Country says:

            Sergie, несколько Канада для вас, на спортивных мой друг, и в раздевалке, с дамой пение,

            Da?

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          • Sir William says:

            Coming soon – David Attenborough’s ‘The Secret Life of Beebs’ investigates the complex social organisation of these fascinating creatures. Regarded as pests or parasites by many, Beebs congregate in hives where the workers are ‘programmed’, while the Quuen Beebs (or ‘Executives’) gorge themselves and produce huge quantities of paper with which to extend the hive. This enormous structure, which always faces to the left, appears to be on the point of collapsing under its own weight. Beebs spend a great deal of time snapping at and crawling over each other, but will unite to fight any external threat.

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          • Reap what you Sow my Country says:

            David Attenbourogh? Is he still alive Sir William, in mind that is, or is just typically beeb, blinkered post-indian empire beeb come back 1947?

            Grow up, is all I have to say – life moves on, and is not anchored to such, no matter how hard they try hard it to be.

            Him and Dimbers need to try gardening.

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    • 169
      BOOOORING !!! says:

      █████████████

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  34. 192
    Reap what you Sow my Country says:

    fuck this, i am off to watch Cardiff lose, sky fascist pirated,

    http://lsh.streamhunter.eu/static/popups/129448871320700.html

    La francias cumentary, mon ami, though.

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  35. 197
    Ah ffs says:

    Just like to say , fck off Hesletine you had your chance and you have watched the EU fail, now it’s the people of Britain’s time to talk via the ballot box, one way or the other, it will be a decision made by the people of the country, not by a snottie nosed arrogant tossers who should be on the Liverpool pathway.

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  36. 200
    Send Carny Back - Canadian's have blood of native children on their hands says:

    Those who track events in Canada, where the moron who is running BoE was recruited from, may have noticed that the indigenous are protesting again, and the economy over their is screwed.

    They also kill children in fairly epic proportions:

    http://itccs.org/2011/10/17/a-weekly-update-on-the-mohawk-inquiry-the-search-for-the-dead-continues/

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  37. 203
    BBC says:

    Clunk Click Every Kid

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    • 209
      Reap what you Sow my Country says:

      it is the age off the train, chuff-chuff up your tunnel, come and play with my train set.

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  38. 214
    Meanwhile, out east... says:

    The J series are Ch!nese copies of Russian Mig / SU planes: They may fair better than F-15 in dogfight.

    Ch!na really needs an aircraft carrier though, as it will likely have to trade munitions for fuel given the extra distance. That disadvantage will work to Japan’s advantage.

    This will be a good test of Ch!nese cloning of Russ!an technology, and the conflict which the F-15 never really saw:

    http://www.businessinsider.com/china-fighter-jet-flights-diaoyu-senkaku-islands-2013-1?0=defense

    Looking interesting though: If Ch!na gets the islands, this is a significant issue for US and Ta!wan will lose it’s ‘independent’ status. Ch!na will likely follow HK pattern there.

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  39. 220
    More Evidence of Global Warming says:

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    • 225
      Reap what you Sow my Country says:

      Shimla, India,

      got to visit there, before I shove off my mortail coil.

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      • 251
        rebekah says:

        Simla – one of the beautiful places on earth. Northern India . It snows there in winter!!

        The beeb however , with their rather defective geography probably don’t know that!!

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    • 234
      Global Warming now spreading to Jordan too! says:

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      • 247
        The BBC are cunts says:

        ABSOLUTELY CONCLUSIVE PROOF !! HAHAHA !

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        • 255
          The Department of Meteorology, Horoscopy and Scrying says:

          Absolutely any weather at all is a confirming instance of anthropogenic global warming, er, climate change. Um, what’s that? Climate disruption. Yes. There you are then.

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          • rebekah says:

            The beeb are not helped by the met office being forced to admit last week that there is no evidence of scientific global warming at least since 1997!!

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          • The MET and BBC are total cunts says:

            Hmm… but once the cold snap passes we will be back into a period of warming again, won’t we ?

            Just a thought…

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      • 259
        Reap what you Sow my Country says:

        Snows in Tanzania too,

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  40. 229
    More examples of how to deal with the liberal left mongs says:

    Captured from various tweets:

    ‘Piers Morgan is the poster boy for all that is screwed up with worldwide Socialist thinking. Taking guns away creates victims, not peace!!!’

    ‘Whole new meaning to concept of “guns and butter” An assault butter knife = hot butter knife”’

    ‘Ban separate shootings! RT DRUDGE_REPORT CHICAGOLAND: Boys, 14 and 15, killed in separate shootings…’

    ‘#2A is not about hunting, it’s about not being hunted’

    And the religion of Peace is given some more rope by the state across the channel:

    http://networkedblogs.com/H0Zvh

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  41. 237
    rebekah says:

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/politics/ed-miliband/9797527/New-Labour-did-not-do-enough-Ed-Miliband-admits.html

    militwit says ‘labour’ should have reined in bankers and curbed migration and doesn’t mention welfare once!!

    Difficult to see how he and bullyballs who were gordon’s political sons can get rid of the ‘economically incompetent’ tag!!

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  42. 241
    Ronseal Politics says:

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  43. 252
    International Policy Wonk says:

    O/T : Perhaps US support for re-establishing global caliphate is not complete lunacy after all. Such an entity would provide a good geo-political and ideological balance which may work in favour of US, and given that it would be inherently low-consumption on the resources it itself consumes, they would make excellent custodians and good trading partners.

    Particularly if you need to avoid compound interest for a generation or two.

    Just a thought…

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  44. 260
    nellnewman says:

    snow moving in for next week.

    Is this a sign of global warming or normal weather ?

    Thoughts on a postage stamp to edmilitwit, ex climate change minister in gordon’s last government!!

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  45. 261
    H.M.PC. Governor Caring says:

    What colour walls would you prefer in your cell Mr. Hoon? Shit and puke are quite popular, just like the old Great western Railway. Breakfast will be served at 6am tomorrow, when we will introduce you to all your new colleagues on “B” Wing.

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    • 283
      once a huhne always a c'unt says:

      and thereafter a quick once over in the clap clinic and a fitting for the wing’s largest offenders … good job your trouts had some experience in the strap-on department

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  46. 262
    rebekah says:

    snow moving in for next week.

    Thoughts on a postage stamp to edmilitwit , ex climate change minister in gordon’s government, ‘is this proof of global warming?!’

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    • 277
      Missing You Already Dave says:

      Did you like the sybian I sent you for Christmas Bekky dahling? LoL

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    • 371
      Abe E Boyd says:

      We will not be reporting this as it is the wrong kind of snow.

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      • 376
        The BBC causes serious mental illness says:

        The snow will clearly indicate that global warming has resumed when it melts.

        Melting snow is all the scientific proof that is needed to support carbon tax and bad programming.

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  47. 264

    The newest LQG (large quasar group) is the largest discovered and it would take 4 billion years to cross it while travelling at speed of light. Its very existence challenges the Cosmological Principle set out by Albert Einstein.

    Notwithstanding its incomprehensible size, it is still eclipsed by the debt mountain of Gordon Brown.

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    • 267
      Labour...filth...just filth says:

      ah the incomparable saviour of the world … forever gone but unfortunately unforgotten

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    • 271
      Ed Balls - Shallow Chancer says:

      The Maximum Imbecile, the Prime Mentalist, Mad,Bad & Dangerous Gordon McRuin, the Part-Time MP, Mr.GoldSlinger, Old Snotty, Brown the Bigot Basher, the Nokia Nutter.

      I never knew him at all.

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    • 273
      Factoid says:

      Brown inhabits a parallel universe with different physics. Negative is positive. Debt is credit.

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  48. 268
    Herman van Rumboy says:

    WHY ON EARTH DO THE BRITS WANT TO LEAVE THE EU ??

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    • 272
      Casual Observer says:

      Kebab time should really be answering that question… :-)

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    • 275
      rebekah says:

      In Spain nearly 50% of their youth are unemployed!

      Tell me again what’s good about the EU??!

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    • 301
      Recently fired production line worker says:

      They can’t run their economies properly so my plant shut down.

      Shame we can’t easily export else where, and can’t even go on a safe affordable holiday over there now, with all the riots and stuff…

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      • 302
        rebekah says:

        Can’t export ? Really ? what’s the matter with exporting to Brazil or China or India or rest of the world??!!

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        • 346
          Recently fired production line worker says:

          EU Bloc Quota’s.

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        • 354
          Recently fired production line worker says:

          Oh, and we are not tooled for building non-EU automobiles.

          Auto trade is quite regional and still not truly global from a production point of view. The brands are, the product isn’t…

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  49. 276
    Blowing Whistles says:

    Yep Huhne listed on mon. Southwark plus who’s that giovanni de stephano blokey also listed in another court on contempt etc?

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  50. 278
    Blowing Whistles says:

    I see the wacist Conor Burns MP has got a mention in PiEye this week!!! pg5 well well well!

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    • 335
      Anonymous says:

      any progress on the book that you mentioned BW.
      you seem to have a lot of spilling beans.
      are you overflowing with them?

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      • 365
        Blowing Whistles says:

        When the pillars of the state get caught out – putting innocents in prison just to teach those who dare to call the states pillars rotten and corrupted then the state is the problem. How many senior MP’s lawyers barristers judges city-types coppers local councillors and low-life hacks of the press and media do you think I have publicly embarrassed?

        The ‘Cognitive Dissonance’ – of the lying pillars is their undoing.
        When stoopid and easily duped and deluded Christians as ever in history – do the bidding and imprisoning of their own to satisfy their own spinelessnes and, being craven to ‘others’ and when FACTS go out of the window for rhetorical injudicial bull5hit then we all have a problem. Only there is a growing number of good honest and decent people who live outside of the performing circus tents of Parliament the Courts celebrities and the hackpacks who are becoming very aware of how history has been twisted to fit their nice little false pictures of everything being rosy in the garden.

        Where have all the professional fee earning trolls gone …?
        I see that Polanski was mentioned in the D Mail today and that the I wish Chronicle talked him up in their sheet of lies in their latest edition? umm – They do love their child abusing mongrels to be allowed to escape …

        Bandwagon jumping hypocrites of the week – Tarantino and his moneylending band of liars frauds and cheats – who he doesn’t want to talk about. Now why is that?

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  51. 279
    Ed Balls - Shallow Chancer says:

    HEAR NO EVIL
    SEE NO EVIL
    SPEAK NO EVIL

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  52. 280
    ЄЦ$₴Я PЯЄ$ЇDЄИT says:

    A яєfєґёиdцм? Tнї₴ dоє$ иот cомpцтє. Шё dо пот dо dёмокяacу їи тнё ЄЦ$$Я. Йо vотїпg allощєd. Jц₴т їи ca$є оf “шґопg” ґє$цlт. Havё a иїcє daу.

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  53. 281
    anon. says:

    Just wondering how Diane Abbott was able to watch this film, it’s released in 25th January in the UK?

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  54. 282
    P l e b says:

    Had to laugh. Ed has stolen the Tories’ catchphrase ‘one nation’ right from under their noses. Must have been when Dave was chillaxing.

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    • 284
      The Libor party says:

      Libor – we steal from your heritage, we steal from your pensions, we steal from your Gold Reserves, we steal from your children and your grandchildren. Stealing from the lexicon of Conservative terminology was simple !

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    • 285
      rebekah says:

      militwit has ‘stolen’ the tories ‘one nation’ catchphrase.

      Big Question is what’s he going to do with it??!!

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      • 317
        Watcher says:

        He is desperate for any referendum on Scottish independence to fail. If it didn’t then Labour would have very few MPs left. Nothing to do with ‘class’, just Scottish voters.

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        • 319
          rebekah says:

          I suspect the scottish referendum will fail but the snp will still prevail which means labour in scotland are struggling!!

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  55. 286
    Reap what you Sow my Country says:

    Vid in memory of J Savile, the sponsored child catcher of the BBC, paid by you, via the licence fee. Yes, it seems the beeb is trying to say we are all guilty, by default,

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    • 293
      Reap what you Sow my Country says:

      Good to see Benny Hill in that, as with in The Italian Job – spot him, and not playing Professor Peach… he got a skirt on, for a change…

      Like

  56. 287
    anon. says:

    Anyone good at math?

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  57. 296
    Dave "Butch" Cameron says:

    I came home from the pub, went upstairs and said to Samantha, “I’m sleeping in the spare room tonight love.”

    “That’s thoughtful of you,” Samantha said, “you’re pissed and don’t want to disturb me?”

    “No, I’ve brought a woman back with me.”

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  58. 299
    Piers Moron, standing on the graves of dead children and British soldiers says:

    Don’t forget to tune in to watch me making an a$$ of myself and praying that they do not ask me to go home and explain my testimony about phone hacking.

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    • 327
      Alex Jones says:

      Yeah, well, I did, about four and a half minutes in, didn’t I, Pughe old buddy old pal? But of course, I’m a wacko and nobody listens to ME, right, old chap?
      Guess what, old chump? Nobody listens to YOU, either!
      Take a look at your ratings, Limey-Boy, you’re getting your head handed to you by Rachel the Mad Cow and Sean Ince-Hannity every night. You needed a gimmick to boost your viewership, so you latched on to this whole gun issue, even doing comedy by doing a Pro Wrestling-style interview with me, which was a desperate act by a man desperate for ratings. Mighta worked too, until that Shapiro kid cleaned yer clock the other night, and proved once and for all that you really ARE as clueless as you seem!
      Say, Pughe old seed, ever heard of a film character called Howard Beale?

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  59. 303
    Universal Hiss says:

    I have a question.

    Am I reading this right that Dave & chums are proposing a state retirement pension of £155 weekly not dependent on contributions?

    This seems to fly in the face of anything sensible but I can’t figure the hook?

    No lame youtubing please.

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    • 305
      rebekah says:

      I have a question – would labour’s CRB checks have stopped savile offending?

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    • 330
      Anonymous says:

      It can’t be right, except in the eyes of the EU elite, that anybody who happens to be in the UK when achieving retirement age can get the full state pension.

      My dear other half was born in London and her dear old dad was a squaddie, fighting in both wars. She missed a few NI contributions while self-employed, so on achieving retirement age now enjoys just half a state pension while others who never worked, and were supported by the state for most, if not all their lives, or new arrivals from distant lands, get the full whack.

      Something ain’t right here.

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    • 350
      One Term Dave says:

      You read it exactly right my friend. Now that we have the shirtlifters on board, we need to persuade chavs, immigrants and benefit parasites that their futire lies with the Tories. As long as you retire after 2017, you will get a bigger pension than those who retire anytime before 2017, irrespective of whether you have done a day’s work in your whole life. Toodle pip!

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  60. 304
    anon. says:

    Who gave Red Ed his first job in politics? All was revealed at the Labour party/ Hacked off conference.

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    • 308
      anon. says:

      Haha.

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      • 310
        rebekah says:

        poor hattyharpic who thinks women need her feeble ‘defence’ to be real human beings.

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        • 320

          @nell, they confuse appearance with reality.

          They have not left their Andy Pandy or Bill and Ben, the Flowerpot Men days behind them.

          But let’s face it, what interface with reality have they ever experienced?

          They live a life that goes straight from nursery to nursing home without that experience-forming real life that most of us lead right now, having done so for many years.

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          • rebekah says:

            Too true SC!!!

            Reality is not a serious factor in ‘labour’s’ day to day experience!!

            But then neither is their claim to represent labour and the working class.

            That might have been true between WW1 and WW2 but they are no longer the party of the labouring working classes!! Instead they have become the party of those who do not want to work but instead want to live off benefits!!

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          • retardEd Miliband's Parasite Party (for shirkers, not workers) says:

            Rebekah, you say that like there’s something wrong with it.

            Who do we want? Shirkers!
            Who don’t we want? Workers!
            Who do we want? Skivers!
            Who don’t we want? Strivers!

            Workers’ wages belong in the pockets of Parasites. Our Dear Leader, The Supreme Parasite retardEd Miliband, will make that happen.

            Comrades, Parasites, Spongers, Skivers and Shirkers, Rejoice!

            Vote Labour.

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          • retardEd Miliband's Parasite Party (for shirkers, not workers) says:

            Rebekah, you say that like there’s something wrong with it.

            Who do we want? Shirkers!
            Who don’t we want? Workers!
            Who do we want? Skivers!
            Who don’t we want? Strivers!

            Workers’ wages belong in the pockets of Parasites. Our Dear Leader, The Supreme Parasite retardEd Miliband, will make that happen.

            Comrades, Parasites, Spongers, Skivers and Shirkers, Rejoice!

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      • 314
        old SHEP says:

        A convincing media performer?, I thought she was supposed to be an MP, and Harriet concurs with his verdict as if it’s a big compliment, utterly amazing! (or maybe not).

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      • 316
        old SHEP says:

        Hey Mehdi, Harriet just said you’ve got no balls, is this true?.

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        • 341
          Woody says:

          Why is the NUJ sharing a platform with the Hacked Off campaign.
          Surely the job of the NUJ is to support journalists?

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      • 386
        What the left don't want to discuss says:

        Whilst the equality agenda is fine on the surface, and any resistance appears to be handled by using the fear argument, this of course does not stand up to critical analysis.

        First: The fear argument is closed. This is not a valid defense and is really an analog of the classic Popper ‘denial’ argument. So – Harman’s explanation for why people may not agree with the ‘equality agenda’ fails. It is not possible to prove or disprove an emotional response so it is fallacious to use as a proper defense.

        Second: So – if the defense is fatally flawed, then why is the agenda having to be defended ?

        The equality agenda, even though it appears to be unquestionably moral is in fact for many a very immoral issue. It seeks to impose a new moral value set onto people who may actually have very valid reasons for not wishing change.

        It is somewhat irritating for many as the imposition is made in a very passive aggressive manner: The reason some would object is that they quite rightly perceive the imposed moral system, or in this case denial of a moral system, as being an attack on their beliefs and a possible trojan for something altogether more sinister.

        The ‘empowerment’ arguments put forward by feminists enabling women to engage in what would be considered traditionally immoral sexual practices is one such example. Whilst women and men in many senses should be able to do what they want, when it is realized that such loose values have a direct impact on the stability of marriages and also make finding suitable partners for child rearing mutually difficult an aspect of what is hidden in the trojan is shown.

        Of course Harman’s previous advocacy of p@3d0philia as being just another ‘orientation’ is another example of where not questioning the equality agenda can lead you to.

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    • 309
      rebekah says:

      Let’s not forget edmilitwit’s last job in government was climate change minister when he lied about agw!!

      So we can trust him now can we??!!

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  61. 307
    Silent Bob says:
  62. 315
    DelBoy says:

    I am really gutted this weekend for poor Helen Grant MP.

    I do not understand how in the circumstances she can give her all for us as a Minister

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    • 329
      rebekah says:

      Tell me again how she purchased a £1.8million london home plus various other valuable properties on her mp’s salary??!!

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      • 332

        You raise a very good associated point here.

        If they can afford that sort of drum on their money, then what do they need a pay increase for at all?

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      • 333
        old SHEP says:

        They need a 32% increase, a Pied a Terre in the Bahamas as well perhaps?.

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      • 379
        Helen Grant MP says:

        Clean living. Saved every tanner I ever made.
        Why the interest in my living arrangements, anyway?
        Is it possible you may have me confused with a woman named Helen Byrne?
        If you have any other questions, go to Helen Byrne, OK?

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  63. 336
    Owen Jones says:

    What else should I be? All apologies. What else could I say? Everyone was gay.

    Good Night !

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  64. 337
    Elsie Beattie (83 and a quarter) says:

    The advertisements are particularly mesmerising today, dear.

    However, I did find the “Get seen here by Guido’s massive readership for GBP100″ and the “Guido Fawkes Application – download it NOW!” rather too vulgar for my sensibilities, did I not, Reg, dear?

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  65. 338
    Glutton for Punishment says:

    Oh, goody! Only a few more hours to wait before I can rush down to the newsagents for MY copy of the Star On Sunday an get stuck in to more of this cutting-edge political comment. Heaven is waking up on a Sunday morning.

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    • 339
      Editor c/o Daily Star Sunday says:

      Mercifully, we don’t have the space to print Steve’s 24/7 d r i v e l.

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      • 345
        I love it when it gets angry says:

        Give us a kiss you old fart ;-)

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        • 352
          Coins r up says:

          lol

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          • Yes you old tart! says:

            I worked for 40 minutes on this last night and you just fucked off :-(

            
            
            EEEEEE WW   WW   WW   A     NN   NN  MM    MM  EEEEE
            EE     WW  WWWW  WW  AAA    NNN  NN  MMM  MMM  EE
            EEEEEE  WW WW WW WW AA AA   NN NNNN  MM MM MM  EEEEE
            EE       WWW   WWW AAAAAAA  NN  NNN  MM    MM  EE
            EEEEEE    WW    WW AA    AA NN   NN  MM    MM  EEEEE
            

            *giggles*

            Coool !! I jus HAD to crash , honey x . Sorry to leave u drippin :)

            Dunno where that woz gonna end up !!

            E x .

            P.S. Brown hates E coz she complimented his beard on national TV

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          • Dave Figgley says:

            Ha ha, son. Why am I giggling like a gal?

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          • Ewa says:

            OMFG , honey !!!!!!!!!!

            U spent 40 mins doin THAT , darlin ??????

            I flattered , I spose ;P

            I doesn’t come here much coz I banned , ain’t I , honey ???

            Maybe u sorts that fat poof out an we types happy ever after , an that ♥

            E x x .

            P.S. I thinkin of goin to Mail or Torygraph for my little kicks , ain’t I ??

            LUV anyways .

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          • Dynorod says:

            Well it takes a lot of time coz u have to get it lined up properly . :-)

            That way it goes in straight first time , darlin x

            Lots of love and sticky stuff

            Urs

            K ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥

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          • Anonymous says:

            Fucking fat poof too :-D

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          • Derek Smalls says:

            “I thinkin of goin to Mail or Torygraph for my little kicks , ain’t I ??”

            On a practical note, Ewa, I think you’ll find the same old faeces clogging up their sites, you beautiful retard.

            Take a chance if you’re feeling uppy.

            Dunno why The Great Google Machine has removed my Jazz Exploration In C Minor so I dedicates this to each of your tiny buttocks:

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          • A says:

            Du och jag says:

            Jag är ledsen. Jag är en ganska avslappnad typ av tjej. Jag bredde mig om och jag har inte varit att “det andra stället” så mycket som jag borde ha. Förlåt mig. x

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    • 344
      Dave Figgley says:

      Ha ha, sunshine. Fortunately, the irony of a poncy “libertarian” blog buying space in some tit-rag isn’t lost on me, mate.

      Like

      • 349
        nellnewboy says:

        If you’re so anti, why do you come here, Dave?

        Like

        • 353
          Dave Figgley says:

          Ha ha, sweetheart.

          Like

        • 355
          Dave Figgley says:

          Ha ha, sunshine. I don’t, as a habit but sometimes:

          Like

          • Amanda Platell, Daily Femail says:

            Are you a SuperHero in your own bedroom, Dave?

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          • Dave Figgley says:

            Ha ha, son. Is the Pope a kiddy-fiddler? You’d have to ask Mrs. Figgley for the definitive answer on that, mate.

            Plus, I’m Lead Dartist in The Blarney Stoned’s Naked Ladies’ First VI (Tues) so I’m sorted, geezer.

            Must motor – practice makes perfect etc……

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          • Vivian, Scarborough says:

            I, usually, comment on The Daily Mail boards but you made me comment here, on some backwatery blog. I think I love you, Dave. Viv x

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  66. 357
    genghiz the kahn says:

    Call Me Dave Cameron polling below UKIP.

    What a great achievement.

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  67. 362
    One Term Dave says:

    Stop me if you’ve heard this one! I’m changing the pension system so that anyone who retires after 2017 gets £155+ per week, irrespective of National Insurance contributions.So…..wait for it!….somebody who retires in 2016 and has paid NI all his life gets less pension than somebody who retires a year later even though he might never have worked at all! Absolutely fucking hilarious!

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    • 364
      Mustapha ben Effit says:

      Thanks yous David Cameron. I haves never worked for the 25 years. My wife also. We get 2 times £155. I am telling all my relatives to come to Britain.

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    • 366
      And thus spake the Lord says:

      Truly is he Hair of Blair, and of all other things that do crawleth on Earth

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  68. 377
    Saffron says:

    Cammoron is an absolute PR disaster,why oh why are the tories putting with this guy and his inane ramblings.
    The country is at a crossroads as regards the EUSSR,why in heavens name are we not terlling this euro crowd to feck off.

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  69. 380
    Big Freeze in Jamaica says:

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  70. 388
    EU Watch says:

    Interesting article:

    http://uk.reuters.com/article/2013/01/12/uk-turkey-france-kurds-idUKBRE90B08320130112

    News for Hollande: EU is becoming redundant, and your countries FP enabled the real carnage in Sahel / Syr!a. Oil from Kurdistan going to Germany and Eastern Europe – you get in the way of that truck you will be squashed.

    Advice for Hollande: Be nice to your muzzies.

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  71. 389
    Kirchner Watch says:

    The Argentina situation appears to be getting serious:

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/southamerica/falklandislands/9797902/Defence-chiefs-prepare-new-plans-to-defend-Falkland-Islands.html

    Now a good question is, could Kirchner have or thinks she has an ace up her sleeve ?

    Google the following name: Tara Andrea Davison

    Lot of links taken down recently. To limit the propaganda fallout in UK if this person is real and she has the information available to Argentina could explain in part the OD on p@3d0 investigations recently.

    – Would a real revelation of this have the capacity to take the government down now that the notion has been socialized and ‘apparent action’ is being taken ?

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  72. 306
    pobol y cum bubble says:

    fuck off you shit-munching welsh twatface- you are not a celt and if you continue to tar us true celts with your fake celt rhetoric we shall be forced to shaft you so hard up the arse you’ll diarrhea your eyeballs out.

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