January 17th, 2013

Cameron Speech Delay Speculation Grows as Hostages Die

There is an element of the Lobby trying to kick No. 10 around here, but they might just be on to something…


57 Comments

  1. 1
    Calamity Clegg says:

    TRUST ME: I’M A FIBDEM..

    • 5
      Procrastination is the thief of time says:

      Bunch of c.unts

    • 13
      The Public says:

      I have never heard of you.

    • 14
      scranson says:

      “but they might just be on to something…”

      ..and we all know what it is. .i.e. he his totally out of touch and does not know what to do. Primarily because his bakers are also lost up that famous creek.

      • 16
        scranson says:

        I spelled backers as baker and was about to correct it when I realised how much nearer the truth it was.

        • 21
          Incapable Vince says:

          We’re half-baked.

        • 24
          The savant10.4 highway patrol says:

          Actually. I thought you meant. Bankers.

          As in. Merchant. Bankers.

          Cockney rhyming. Slang .

        • 25
          Con artists says:

          CaMoron is a traitorous disgrace of a man.

          First, so spineless he chose to give EU speech abroad and not in Parliament…. What !!!!! A gutless weak man with only his troughing snout in the EU trough and too scared and without honour so he gives speech abroad.

          Second. If he cancels speech abroad, he should at least have the guts to give the speech in Parliament. If he cancels completely it proves it was nothing to do with Algeria crisis and everything to do with the speech being utter treasonous trash… That in itself shows the despicable nature of the man, using the Algerian crisis as an excuse to duck and Dave even more.

          The man is a traitor and a liar and should be got rid of immediately.

        • 43
          Fishy says:

          Christ Con Artist give me strength. Is nothing sacred? In the circumstances, a pretty disgusting analysis if you ask me. But go on scoring as many points as you want irrespective of the circumstances.

    • 42
      Dave's Pram says:

      He has no balls and not yet developed a soft backbone.

  2. 2
    Jo Moore says:

    Its a good day to bury a shite speech

  3. 3
    John Adlington says:

    I dunno, maybe he should?

  4. 4
    Private_Schultz says:

    God, those bloody adverts with sound are very annoying!

    • 34
      The Lower Order says:

      Seconded. I keep getting some Antipodean wittering on about “Dyvid Bickham” and “Minchister Unoided”, and the Cillit Bang cretin. Are all guido-ites seen as falling squarely into the C2DE demographic, or are others getting spammed with more sophisticated ads?

    • 35
      Keitho says:

      Ad Block is your friend, friend.

  5. 6

    It’s knobs-out-on-the-table time.

  6. 7
    Owen Jones says:

    Tory MP calls waiters ‘servants’ and asks for cheaper meals for MPs. Here we go again – http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/2013/01/17/christopher-chope-servants_n_2494820.html?utm_hp_ref=uk-politics?ncid=GEP

  7. 9
    Frank Spencer says:

    Ohh, he’s spitting fury…..so butch

  8. 10
    Private_Schultz says:

    But on topic: No, don’t let the journos panic you Dave:

    Cobra first thing, dignified statement on casualties, mustn’t let evil terrorists stop our other work, quick hop over to Holland, get speech out of way, back home to follow up by teatime…

    • 15
      rebekah aka nellnewman says:

      +1000

      Absolutely!

      It’s only maguire of the mirror and militwit’s team running round like headless chickens , hoping to shut dave up over the EU because their blank sheet of paper is going to look even sillier after his speech, whatever he says!

      There’s not much he can do about events in algeria whether he’s here or in timbuktu – so might as well go and get on with it.

    • 23
      Anonymous says:

      All this flying around from hither to thither is bound to go wrong;the weather forecast is for the whole country to be covered in snow tomorrow.

  9. 12
    Another One Term PM says:

    Crisis, what crisis?

    • 27
      Hannibal from Carthage says:

      It is being put about in the Press that the first Cameron heard about the Algerian attack today was a satelliteTV report.

      Quite incredible really.

      • 29
        Jane Birkin from Paris says:

        Laurent Fabius says he cannot tell us anything because he does not know what is going on .

        For Christ sake he is the Foreign Minister !

        If Socialists are like this running a war I dread to think what is going to happen to the European Economy .

      • 30
        Bert Camus says:

        If you are not happy with what the Algerians have done you support them in public and voice your concerns in private.

        Without Algerian gas Europeans would soon know the meaning of a reduced standard of living .

  10. 18
    Jackal, c/o FLN says:

    Well, you wouldn’t let us assassinate de Gaulle would you? See where it’s got you.

  11. 19
    Gordon Brown says:

    Hello Sailor

  12. 22

    Where TF is Saddam Hussain just when you need him?

  13. 26
    Mornington Crescent says:

    If Cameron had any balls he’d give the speech in Bruges, anyway.

    • 31
      Fact Hunt says:

      Only one place this speech should be given.

      The House of Commons.

    • 44
      Living in 96.98 percent white Merseyside says:

      Pleased to see he has got his priorities right for once. He is right to postpone his speech in Holland. It was only to try to placate the Little Englanders on his back benches.

  14. 32
    Jen The Blue says:

    I find it amusing how all the chums of the Bilderbergers are rushing round like headless chickens telling us what we think about the EU and why we should on no account be allowed to decide whether we wish to stay in.

    Ed Bollocks actually had the nerve to explain to me (via the news) that I didn’t want to exit the EU at all. Strange that, because I though I did. But he must be right as he was so right about economic policy and gold sales over the years.

  15. 37
    Moby Dick says:

    Cameron to give speech after 2018 referendum

  16. 38
    IT WILL BE BLEAK IN SUNDERLAND IN 2013 WITH ONLY ONE FOOD BANK AND THREE USELESS LABOUR MPS says:

    Given the hype that this speech has projected Cameron better not promise an in/out in five years,if he does then the Tories will definately lose the 2015 election,Referendum in 2016 no later.

    • 45
      Living in 96.98 percent white Merseyside says:

      Come 2015 and you’ll still have three Labour MPs. Is that loony leftie chap still one of them. Can’t think of his name.

  17. 39
    some geezer says:

    i come not to praise europe but to bury it

  18. 40
    polythesis says:

    There will be an IN/OUT referendum in 2015 it is the general election and if you want OUT of the EU you have to vote UKIP, and if you want to stay in the EU you have to vote for the liberalconservativelabour party.co.uk

    The Cameron project have been waffling about a supposed referendum to be held on the 12th of never or at best an IN/IN referendum around 2018 conveniently forgetting to mention that the next election itself will be all the referendum the British people to decide for themselves.

    Tell all your friends if you have any, the referendum is set for spring 2015 dont miss it or do, its up to you.

  19. 41
    Anonymous says:

    cameron bottled it just a coward been slapped by barroso for being a naughty eu foot solider now been but back into the eu line

    • 48
      Hannibal from Carthage says:

      This is crap leadership.

      Even if Cameron has to be in London tomorrow morning for a War Cabinet meeting the speech could still have gone ahead to keep the debate going . Either it could be disseminated as a Press Release or he could have sent his Deputy to give it .

      Making snide pops against the Algerians is not really statesmanlike especially when you admit in public there is bad news to come which you will decide when and how to release.

      Hollande has a lot to answer for I think .

  20. 46
    lojolondon says:

    This says it all – A British Prime Minister is about to make a crucial announcement about who will run Britain in the future. So he makes the announcement not in Downing St, not in Westminster, but in Amsterdam.

    No other PM would treat his country like that. Would Hollande make an important announcement concerning France from the Hague? Would Merkel make an important announcement concerning Germany in Paris? Would Obama make an important announcement concerning the USA in Moscow?

    No, they would not, and that is why Europe is wrong for Britain, and so is Dave.

    • 49
      Did Cameron pay for that coffee machine in his office says:

      Excuse me but I think Hollande was making speeches about Mali from United Arab Emirates where he was on a trade mission to negotiate the sale of some fighter aircraft.

    • 50
      PC49½ says:

      +1 googol.

  21. 47
    Jimmy says:

    It’s a shame it has to be in Amsterdam. If only there was a suitable venue close to Downing Street where a PM could make a major policy announcement. You may say I’m a dreamer….

    • 56
      Curly says:

      Red Lion or Westminster Arms – take your pick (vich vone has ze barmaid viz ze beeg bubies?)

  22. 57
    Yawn! says:

    Personally I find it ironic that Cameron is getting away with bumping off the sick and disabled in his own country and he had to be shamed into coming home from his jollies during the riots.
    I thought King Willy didn’t need his hand holding, but being the man who couldn’t stay in a hotel room on his own, perhaps he does.


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