January 18th, 2013

Quote of the Day

Nigel Farage hits back after Dave says only parties that might govern the country can take party in TV debates:

“If he wants to restrict it to those parties who are likely to form the next government, he’d better not be booking studio time himself.”


18 Comments

  1. 1
    Kevin T says:

    Did Cameron actually say that? How will he justify letting the LibDems in?

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      Tea Cup says:

      I dont know what Dr Cable and “27 shags” Clegg actually have done in government; but they are part of the governing coalition !

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  2. 2
    some geezer says:

    so directors of tv soaps qualify?

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  3. 3
    Anon E Mouse says:

    So it’ll just Ed Milliband on his own ?

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  4. 4
    Anonymous says:

    Cameron fears the competition, look at the response he got on question time last night.The people are getting behind Farage

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    Go get 'em Guidio says:

    He must be REALLY be afraid of Farange What this amounts to is censorship & he should feel ashamed at even thinking it never mind saying it.

    I’ll certainly be voting UKIP come the next election even if just to spite the Cameron, hes a complete jerk

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    • 10
      Anonymous says:

      What a stupid comment, this is what thickos did last time they thought they were voting “tactically” and the coalition was the result. Now, of course they whinge constantly about the Government, but it is the voters fault ! I have no respect for anybody who would vote for Farage, the man has one topic of conversation, and is embarassing.

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      • 17
        Con Artists says:

        Liblabcon are all a disgrace with their greedy arrogant troughing snouts hoovering up cash.

        The problem is the old parties have been caught and busted, they are dead. Gone. Flushed like an old smelly turd. No one is interested in what they have to say.

        They don’t “represent” British people, they are simply not relevant to voters anymore.

        The public mood has changed, and quite honestly this terrifies old troughers like you ! Rightly so.

        The anti EU Syriza party in poor suffering Greece polled 4.5% in 2009 election. In 2012 they polled 26% and became the 2nd party main opposition. They would win an election tomorrow.

        When change comes, it comes fast… Ukip is that change, Ukip now represents the people’s mood.

        Face it, “Legacy LibLabCon” has a certain ring to it.

        If Liebor win cause Ukip are growing, then I say great, bring it on. That is but a tiny tiny tiny price to pay on the road to Ukip freedom. First Cons will be destroyed, then Labour after them.

        So anon. Were not winging about govt. Were winging about the troughing LibLabCon and the treacherous politicians taking us to a Federal EU.

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    Kun Tea Bollox says:

    It’s not about which parties may or may not form the next Government – it’s about getting into embarrassing discussions/arguments to which he has no answer.
    Let’s face it, the LIB/LAB/CON all want exactly the same things – namely the same snouts in the same troughs.

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    • 11
      Anonymous says:

      Talking about snouts in troughs, did you hear the one about Farage claiming 1 million in expenses !

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        wonkotsane says:

        You know that MEPs don’t get expenses don’t you? The £1m is the allowance paid to every MEP through an EU-approved accountant to pay for offices and staff. The MEP doesn’t get their hands on any of the cash and every MEP in the UK gets exactly the same allowance.

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  7. 8
    Diddley says:

    Zingggggg!

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  8. 18
    I Crap on eu says:

    The more people see Nigel the more people get behind him .the eu lovers are frightend now .
    their traitors game is up .all they can do now is smear him .

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