January 22nd, 2013

Order of the OTT: Abrahams Accuses Cameron of “Genocide”

Debbie Abrahams almost has Guido feeling sorry for Andy Burnham. The Shadow Health Secretary’s PPS still hasn’t apologised to the House for stupidly repeating “Dr” Eoin Clarke’s lies in PMQs, and now her incompetence has gone a step further. Last night Abrahams somehow thought it would be appropriate to retweet a twitter loon accusing the government of “genocide”:

You would have thought Debbie might have learned her lesson about listening to nutters on the internet…

UPDATE: Abrahams has now deleted the offending retweet, as reported by @DeletedByMPs.


Still waiting for that Eoin Clarke apology…


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    Tuscan Tony says:

    “”Brian, Keith and Mick would take every piece of furniture out that could be sold and use the money to buy instruments, and the last thing that got paid was the rent. They would come back late at night and James Phelge would be standing at the top of the stairs with his underpants on his head, pissing on them. It was all very Withnail and I.””

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    genghiz the kahn says:

    FFS – fat finger syndrome – four foxes sake.

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    Sir William says:

    I suggest we refer to this kind of ludicrous criticism as “phelging” in future.

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    skorpian de rooftrouser says:

    The first and only qualification to be a libour party PPS, is to be someone that qualifies for Care in the Community, now this young lady is to put it mildly is a nutter

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    Alan Douglas says:

    “You would have thought Debbie might have learned her lesson about listening to nutters on the internet…”

    You optimist you – she IS a nutter, on the internet or otherwise.

    Alan Douglas

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    Gordon Brown says:

    It’s the right thing to say.

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    Anonymous says:

    Biggest issue in UK is unemployment. Government hasn’t taken the steps needed to reduce unemployment. Taxes people pay is too high in this country as well, even in communist country like China, taxes as a proposition of income is less.

    This government went and cut taxes supper rich pays and increased taxes (employee NI, VAT, etc) rest of the country pays. As for benefits it should be used as safety net, government should not encourage it as a way of living.

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    Dave and his thin lipped pursed smile says:

    Me and Barry O’Bummer of both got a rubber stamp saying “Bumsex For All”

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    British culture increasingly porkified says:

    FatBut worrying about the sex other people are getting


    Be warned there is a picture

  12. 12
    skorpian de rooftrouser says:

    There is I am led to believe a form sexual gratification that some people get from eating Diane

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    Meanwhile says:

    It’s hyper-sexualized British culture in which women are objectified, objectify one another, and are encouraged to objectify themselves.”
    End Quote
    Diane Abbott MP

    When will she learn English.

  14. 14
    Owen Jones says:

    THE POUND has sunk to its weakest level since early last year, with analysts fearful that it could crash even further in the coming days.

    Sterling touched €1.1875 during yesterday’s trading, its weakest print against the euro since the middle of March 2012. It has plummeted from a peak of around €1.29 last summer.

    Against the greenback, the pound neared $1.58, down from $1.63 at the start of this year.

    A weaker pound is likely to stoke inflation in the UK, with the official consumer prices index (CPI) still stuck at 2.7 per cent. CPI has remained above the Bank of England’s two per cent target for 37 straight months.

    The government’s mammoth debt pile and stubbornly high annual deficit are believed to be partly to blame, along with the UK economy’s persistently sluggish levels of growth.

    On Friday the Office for National Statistics will publish its first estimate of Britain’s GDP in the fourth quarter of 2012. Any contraction in GDP – which could signal the start of a technical triple-dip recession – would put more downward pressure on sterling, analysts say.

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    Alan Rusbridger, pianist and future busker says:

    Diddle-diddle-dum, diddle-diddle-dum, diddle diddle diddle diddle diddle diddle-dum, diddle plinky plunky plinky plunky plinky diddle-dum; diddle-diddle-dum diddle-diddle-dum, diddle diddle diddle diddle diddle diddle-dum, diddle plinky plunky plonky plinky plonky diddle-dum.

    Plink plonk plink plonk diddle-diddle-dum……

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    Ah! Monika 2013 +1 says:

    I don’t tweet , but doesn’t it need on of these poorly drawn squares # in front of it?

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    Anonymous says:

    First there should be a law that says government should balance the budget every year except in emergencies.

    All these problems came about as the country didn’t balance the budget. Growth can be achieved by deregulation and lesser government. There is a limit to the size of government too little is a disaster to a country too much is also.

    Take London as an e.g.; do we need all these councils? Can’t most or all of the power transferred to Mayor of London. This will make cost cheap and improve services.

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    alexsandr says:

    er. check out the reductions in personal allowances. Keep up.

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    Sir William says:

    The pound going down is excellent news, except for those regularly taking holidays in Tuscany and Umbria.

    Now, if we had the sense to develop our shale gas reserves, instead of relying on imported gas and oil, we’d have less reason to worry about the cost of imports. Erecting giant garden ornaments all over the country is no substitute for rationality, unfortunately.

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    Ah! Monika 2013 +1 says:

    Not a bad attempt Alan. No spelling mistakes but lots of missing commas and too many dots in the ellipsis.

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    kill all lefties and everything will be fine says:

    Still one of the most generous welfare systems on the planet. Don’t you just love lefties.

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    Ah! Monika 2013 +1 says:

    Well almost; the pleasure is in the vomiting her back up.

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    Everyone else blames Labour says:

    all thanks to the marvellous fiscal inheritance from Liebour of course.

    So Fvck off you extremely tedious little turd!

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    Postal Votes are Labour Loo Paper says:

    Does the stupid slag know what genocide means? it is morons like her that have fucked GB

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    Lol says:

    Phelge looks like the late Michael Winner in his twitter picture

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    Who believes who anymore?? Meanwhile the electorate are completely confused by the "spin" says:

    The trouble is these people actually believe the rubbish they spout…THAT’s the really worrying thing about all this

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    Anonymous says:

    It was labour who got atos involved at a time when the economy was booming and the top rate of tax was 40p, no one in labour said anything about it they just followed their orders. Lefty’s should be reminded of this whenever they bring up atos

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    Andy Coulson says:

    Sun Journalist Faces Charges Over Payments http://bit.ly/SuYYuq

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    Anonymous says:

    In 1950’s and 60’s council properties cost around £2.000 per unit to build. Even after all these years councils haven’t made a profit on these. How can this happen?

    Even if all these properties were transferred to tenants as soon as they were handed over, government could have saved 100s of billions by now.

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    Labour Likes to play the Genocide card. Could it be their National Socialist Herritage? says:

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    Lol says:

    I have nothing more to say Andrew.

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    Slave Master ( deceased ) says:

    If it hadn’t been for my enterprise she wouldn’t be here.

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    Disgraceful BBC - "Impartiality is in our genes" says:

    What about the genocide of the indigenes via ethnic cleansing?

    Get all the indigenes to pay all the taxes, so much so that they can’t afford to reproduce…aka dysgenesis.

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    The Libor party says:

    Creating a massive Client State, supplemented by unparalleled numbers of ‘imports’ ( legal & illegal ) is a new form of Liverpool Care Pathway for Great Britain.

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    Ex-Metropolitan Police constable Paul Flattley says:

    I will Flattley deny it.

  36. 36
    Fatbot talks ROT says:

    Diane Piers Corbyn does not deny Climate Change. Diane No scientist denies climate change as change is what the climate does.

    What Piers questions is man made climate change.

    Diane, Piers is an Astro physicist what are your qualifications in this field?

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    Tay King-dePisse says:

    I wanna hear it again,
    I wanna hear it again,
    The old Piano Roll Blues!

    (BTW, I think you’ve had a little bit of plinkety plonk yourself, mate.)

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    kuta beach says:

    Like the UK, Indonesia is very receptive to a convicted criminals health.
    Unfortunately their understanding is to offer a chair and aspirin for those pleading the Margaret Moran excuse so that they are at least seated comfortably in front of the firing squad.

    [2 Australians, 1 of British birth are still awaiting death by firing squad for a 2006 smuggling case, their last appeal having been rejected]

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    Grumpy Old Man says:

    Why do we have to take all this shit from global cooling deniers? Look out of the window FFS! Check on the Chinese weather. Hasn’t Diane organised warm clothing for the freezing poor of northern India yet?

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    Owned Jones says:

    No mention of the rising UK Stock Market then ??

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    The met tightens. says:

    Sources close to the Rocks Lane p4edophile investigation centred on the Elm Guest House in Barnes told The Slog today that the Fernbridge specialist police unit (now moving rapidly towards arrests) has earmarked Richmond Council employees as key suspects in the case.

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    Inflation makes Millionaire into multi millionaires. says:

    Does this falling pound thingy mean that Polly’s mansion down Eton College road is now worth more millions of money tokens than she first parted with to buy it?

    But how does a none too bright lefty become a millionaires working for the BBC and the Guardian newspaper?

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    The Epire Windrush says:

    It was me, actually.

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    The BBC are cunts says:

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    ex fatbot tweeter says:

    Can you please tweet this to her, I’ve been blocked from her site?

  46. 46
    Owen Jones says:

    And what medication are you on ,Sonny ?

    FTSE 100 6178.09
    -2.89 -0.05%

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    Ah! Monika 2013 +1 says:

    Nothing wrong with the motivation. The devil may be in the execution (sic)
    Time for a name change.


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    Oh dear says:

    And Polly compared limiting housing benefit to the Final Solution.

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    Herman van Rumboy says:


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    James Bilge says:

    I’m a gabshite leftie suffering from hysteria.

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    Gonk III says:

    Historical luck and she wears glasses, that’s about it.

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    Owen Jones says:

    The government borrowed slightly more than expected in December, fuelling fears that the UK could lose its coveted AAA credit rating.

    UK public sector net borrowing, excluding financial interventions, hit £15.4bn in December, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) said,putting the blame fairly and squarely on the Conservative led coalition.

    What else can we expect with a part time Chancellor ??

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    albacore says:

    Hush! Hush! Whisper who dares
    Everyone knows and nobody cares
    John Bull’s fast asleep and snoring away
    But when he wakes up, won’t those bastards pay

  54. 54
    Vote UKIP says:

    Government is a licence to waste money.

    The more there is of it the more is squandered.

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    Ah! Monika 2013 +1 says:

    The Good Ship Jesus

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    Cynical-old-bag says:

    Can you even imagine the size of the administrative department they will say they need to run this?

    Thought not.

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    will says:

    calm down owen its only a blip anyway america lost its AAA rating and nothing happened.

    now go back to your playstation or do some real work

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    Fishy says:

    The £ today is worth €1.1879

    On the 1st January, 2009, during the reign of terror it was worth €1.0377 having effectively been ‘devalued’ by around 25%, against all major currencies in the space of a year.

    That’s what the world thought of Brown’s handling of the economy and how the poor state and management of our finances differentiated us from every other country.

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    Bugler Bert says:

    Q to AR; When that tripe-sheet that you edit(?) finally folds, what will the loony lefties of the NUT & NASUWT read? I cannot think of any of the red tops that would pass the attentions of the female Spartists that infest those unions…….

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    Vote UKIP says:

    Yes one day is far more important than the last twelve months or the whole period of government.

    Now what was Labour’s record?

    Jan 2000 FTSE =6000
    May 2010 FTSE = 5000
    Today = 6178

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    Economist says:


    Inflation is needed as well to kill off the debt run up under Labour.

    Only problem with inflation which is starting to hit now is it is not really the right sort, being caused by import costs rising and global prices of certain commodities going up. Ironically, the biggest component of CPI this year is likely going to be caused by food shortages in the UK due to UK being forced to export a lot of its harvest to balance trade deficit.

    In the absence of a convincing manufacturing sector this is the primary problem with currency weakening. Of course we should have gold reserves to fall back on here, but that safety net was rather foolishly compromised.

    Any foreign debt held owed to the UK should be paying more GBP though, so if you were in the money to start with this should increase your GBP wealth quite markedly.

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    Mrs Qatada says:

    Just had a lovely postcard from our friends in Algeria, Mr Q thinks we should invite them over for a much needed prolonged holiday. As one of his dutiful wives, who am I to disagree.

    Anyway, thanks again for paying their bill as well as ours, Rule Britannia, insh Allah

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    Vote UKIP says:

    I blame the diseducation system.

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    Vote UKIP says:

    That’s what happens when you don’t cut public spending. It would have been far worse had Labour been in power. But of course you know that.

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    Infanta of Castile says:

    especially as the New Labour government contracted ATOS and introduced Employment Support Allowance

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    These socialists just don’t get it, do they?

    Labour giving misplaced hope, incapable of delivery, to people are the true génocidaires if we are descending into linguistic torture of this nature.

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    Old Blue Eyes says:

    Where does the Labour party find all these utter idiots?

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    Casual Observer says:

    There is no role for government here.

    Sex education in schools and child sexualization in advertising is fueling most of this.

    This should be a parental and industry call.

    It has been proven in several recent cases that legislating against porn is somewhat impossible (sounding). Criminalizing sexting etc. is highly counterproductive (however that doesn’t imply one condones it, but children being found to have committed child abuse crimes by sexting other children is perverse).

    Seeing as the govt failed completely to prosecute a lot of those in its own ranks identitifed by operation 0re, they have zero moral ground to stand on.

    It should not be forgotten that Harman did spend the formative years of her career campaigning for relaxing the laws on child porn, and at present govt does appear to be pushing the normalization of child sexual abuse.

    Instead of attacking passive viewers on a half baked crusade (for instance: since net porn became widely available, have sex crime stats gone up or down for perps in the non-asian population ?), why not keep focus on the predators ?

    There are many still awaiting justice and are who are working in government. Labour 25 dot com tracks some who have been successfully prosecuted thus far.

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    skorpian de rooftrouser says:

    Debbie Abrahams what can you say except that the quality of the PPS reflects the quality of the Minister

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    lojolondon says:

    Indonesia, unlike Britain, care deeply about the health of their children, so they punish severely anyone smuggling drugs.
    The warnings are all over the airport, there should have been no surprise in the courtroom yesterday….

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    Jessica Knoton says:

    Sensationalism is what gets these idiots publicity.

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    DWWolds says:

    The tax paid by the “super rich” will still be 5% higher than it was for all but one month of Labour’s time in office.

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    Economist says:

    Stock markets have a habit of going up sharply when inflation is around. Check for example what happened in Zimbabwe…

    Good indicator in that respect.

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    The EU can seriously fuck off says:

    Remember: Piss on the flag only if it is not on fire.

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    Extremely Ancient Seafarer says:

    After something like 50+ years of their infiltration of our once excellent education system, they really don’t have to look very far. They are all over the place.

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    Extremely Ancient Seafarer says:

    … and idiots get all the sensational publicity too.

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    Parasite says:

    Well, although the language is forceful, what they are saying is true. What experience does some fat Irish ex-banker with cruella devill hair have of the topic. I bet very little.

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    Sungei Patani says:

    Postings like this really show up the people who produce them to be of very low intelligence and wholly lacking in originality.

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    Anonymous says:

    Is it more OTT to retweet a tweet that mentions genocide or to write an entire blog post about re-tweeting a tweet mentioning genocide?

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    Where are Tony Blair's expenses says:

    This stupid bitch seems to be worried about the sexualisation of girls but doesn’t have a problem with young children being taught in sex lessons at school that it is ok for boys to put their willies up the bottoms of another boy.

    But her own son will be protected from this sort of shit at his private school

    The stinking fat hypocrite

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    Andy Edinburgh says:

    Labour did not set ridiculous targets that mean ATOS need to fail severely disabled and mentally I’ll people .

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    Four-eyed English Genius says:

    “Can’t most or all of the power transferred to Mayor of London.”

    Not a good idea is Captain Newt or one of his co-conspirators gets back into City Hall!

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    Four-eyed English Genius says:

    Idiocy is a necessary condition for any Labour member or voter!

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    Four-eyed English Genius says:

    You’ll people what, exactly?

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    Four-eyed English Genius says:

    “But her own son will be protected from this sort of shit at his private school”

    Are you sure?

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    Lord Fondlebum of Boy says:

    She’s actually quite foxy for an MP though, so if she sucks my penis and swallows my filth, I will forgive her.

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    Labour hypocrite says:

    A HEALTH boss has quit over radical changes which, she claims, will “destroy the NHS as we know it.”

    Debbie Abrahams, head of Rochdale Primary Care Trust, has resigned after five years in charge of health services in the borough.

    And she has lashed out at the government drive to increase the use of private health providers.

    You’ve heard of conviction politicians and career politicians ?

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    Yes we Ken says:

    Talking of part time ex chancellor’s. Anyone seen Gordon Brown in the commons recently ?

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    Yawn! says:

    Why did she apologise = it’s actually true – go do the research and see how many people have died shortly after being declared fit for work, or who have topped themselves citing devious Dave as a reason and how many people with terminal cancer, cystic fibrosis with a double lung transplant and a whole lot more serious illnesses who have been declared fit for work. And Michael Meachers speech should be a big clue – or has Guido been sniffing too much gunpowder lately?

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    Yawn! says:

    With the double dipping dipsticks at the helm, stuffing their pockets with tax payers dough and bringing the country to it’s knees – Dave being a benefit scrounger himself before the kid died – despite being a multi millionaire – this country is doomed.
    I’m no labour supporter, and giving TWATOS the contract is unforgivable, but Cameron is an evil son of a bitch and it beggars belief how a 2nd rate PR donkey like him ever got where he is – perhaps Prince Wingnut really did give him a bunk up, up the ladder of slime. Talking of Wingnut, how’s his little spy getting on?

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    Labour hypocrite says:

    Go on blame devious Dave while at the same time conveniently forgetting that the ESA was dreamt up by the Labour party. The likes of Meacher and Abrahams are suffering from a bad case of amnesia. How patronising of the Labour party to believe that disabled people are not capable of being part of the world of work. The trouble with the left and in particular the Labour party is that they think they have a monopoly on compassion. WRONG. keeping 5 million people of working age on out of work benefits is…..CRUEL !

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    Greychatter says:

    Wasn’t expecting a picture as grotesque as that.

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    Labour hypocrite says:

    …..Maggie Thatcher was a conviction politician. I’ll leave it to you to decide whether Abrahams is a conviction or career politician !

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