January 23rd, 2013

Andy Burnham’s PPS Apologises for Cam NHS Genocide Smear

A good shout after Guido’s story yesterday. Now, about that misleading of the House


71 Comments

  1. 1
    Kebab Time says:

    Dont forget that Shad Attorn General also cited Eoin Clarke as “fact”

    • 9
      AC1 says:

      Debbie Abrahams – phwoar! You can stick yer nazi shiksas up yer arse!

      • 14
        EU? In out shake it all about says:

        She’s got nothing to apologise for – it is basically true, isn’t it?

        And her hubby is a good cricketer after all – use to captain Lancashire don’t you know.

        • 22
          Fishy says:

          Problem is that it was LABOUR that introduced the Employment and Support Allowance and the ATOS system of Work Capability Assessments.

          Typical of her party to point the finger of Labour’s incompetence at others.

          • EU? In out shake it all about says:

            Work capability assessors are failed crap doctors that don’t know the back end of a horse from the front – that is the problem. Let their GP’s do it, and pay them instead, so they can spend half an hour with whoever needs assessed, instead of the usual five minutes. And if there is not enough GPs about, well why is that then?

          • Fishy says:

            That may be so. But it was Labour that set up the assessments and engaged ATOS to do them.

            They cannot run away from that fact, jeering from the sidelines and supporting stupid genocide comments.

        • 54
          Where are Tony Blair's expenses says:

          Let GPs do the assessements you must be F**k**g joking, they are the problem issuing sick notes as though they are confetti.

    • 13
      Dave's miracle record employment says:

      Want fries with that shitburger?

  2. 2
    Pot kettle black as the ace of spades says:

    Are they gonna apologise for the Mid Staffs death camp which they oversaw ?

    • 4
      Pollytwaddle says:

      Never.

    • 29
      Archer Karcher says:

      Didn’t the Mid Staff’s death camp commandants both get promoted afterwards? Cythia Bowyer to the Care Quality Commission and Nicholson to head the NHS?

      It looks like someone approved of their methods and how they reduced dramatically the number of patients, clogging up their hospitals, using ahem, non-traditional methods.

  3. 3
    Mossey Kupcake no 7097 says:

    George Osborne is like Norman Osborne. The greedy goblin!

    {I spent all night on that one. }

  4. 5
    Gordon 'Robspiere' Brown says:

    I will never apologise for the reign of terror.

  5. 6
    Butch Dave says:

    Vote Dave in 2015, for Gays, Global Warming and Goldman Sachs.

  6. 7
    Casual Observer says:

    She hasn’t said that she does not endorse the tweet she re-tweeted.

    This tweet means nothing.

    • 46
      Goebbels would be so proud. says:

      Smears.lies and innuendo followed by half-hearted apologies with fingers crossed firmly behind backs.
      It’s what Labour does best.

  7. 10
    Centre Parting says:

    ‘Ere Guido, why don’t you start a petition for BBC News to go for a management buyout. Funding could come from the EU.

    They are all so clever I am sure they could do it!

    Licence Fee could then be heavily reduced and we could decide if we if we want to listen to such crap without paying for it directly.

    • 12
      The BBC causes serious mental illness says:

      Why not just switch it off and stop paying the license fee period.

      There is no point in watching live BBC transmissions, and the internet is a much better source of news and entertainment across the board. Do some digging around and you will learn how far BBC has fallen, quite embarrassing for them.

    • 19
      Fishy says:

      The BBC are in full panic mode this morning. Doing everything that they can to defend the EU

      • 33
        The BBC causes serious mental illness says:

        That is a bit stupid really: Cameron’s speech and follow up letter did that this morning.

        What they are not telling people is that the ‘in/out referendum’, or should we really say ‘out/in referendum’ will likely result in an ‘in’ vote as despite peoples reservations most casting will irrationally err on the side of caution when put on the spot.

        The UK just needs to reassert its sovereign authority and retract signature from some of the recent treaties, particularly Lisbon, whilst preserving the free trade membership.

        It is only if this is resisted by the EU that a full out should be considered.

        Cameron has kicked this into the long grass, but that decision will likely backfire on him later this year. There is no demos on Federal EU in the UK, or for that matter anywhere else from what can be seen.

      • 34
        Archer Karcher says:

        The BBC gets millions of Euro’s from the EU. They are returning the favour in kind.

        • 52
          Goebbels would be so proud. says:

          BBC news hacks wouldn’t know a story if it bit them on their pampered arses.

          Last week they were creaming themselves waiting for Cameron’s speech in Brussels while the real story was unfolding in Algeria.

          They are so politicised now, they’ve completely forgotten decent unbiased news gathering and constantly resort to comment pieces from those “on-message”.

          • Anonymous says:

            Thr Politics Show’s comments on Dave’s speech were entirely negative. Impartial my arse.

  8. 11
    Springer Spanner says:

    i would rather spend my licence fee on thicker toilet roll, as things go my finger keeps going through and up my arse

  9. 15
    genghiz the kahn says:

    Good day to bury bad news from Labour.

  10. 18
    DO NOWT DAVE EU LACKEY says:

    I would just like to thank Mr Bullfrog Barrosso for writing such a wonderful speech for me , i think i pushed all the right buttons to hide my love of this great institution
    That will surely appease all the Euro Sceptic Plebs ,and win me a second term

    MUGS !

    • 32
      Vote UKIP says:

      The failure of the Tories to answer the obvious question as to what Cameron will recommend if the EU do not return enough powers to us says it all.

  11. 25
    Jo Moore says:

    Good day to bury bad news.

  12. 35

    In 1968, Bobby Goldsboro releases Huhney I Love You, voted by CNN the Worst Song of All Time.

  13. 39
    himindoors says:

    Blair backs Cameron? EJECT….. EJECT!!!!

  14. 60
    Disco Biscuit says:

    “I apologise for”… sorry is obviously still the hardest word, then!

  15. 70
    Yawn! says:

    Can’t argue with his genocide of the sick and disabled though – too well documented.


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A confused Nick Griffin says Nigel Farage is a shill for the City, forgetting that City banks want to stay in the EU:

“Farage is a snake oil salesman, but a very good one. His supposed anti-immigration stance is all smoke and mirrors, as is his carefully cultivated image as a ‘man of the people’. The truth is that UKIP is a pro-immigration party that exists to lobby for the interests of the City of London.”



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It’s money innit.


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