January 27th, 2013

Guido’s Column in the Daily Star Sunday

In Guido’s Daily Star Sunday column:

  • Fuhrer-ious! The Lib Dem who asked how government would mark coming to power of Hitler.
  • Sadiq Khan’s £5,000 donor kebab.
  • Find out who Ed Balls was trying to push out.
  • Stringfellow could switch to UKIP to stand against Clegg in Sheffield.

All for just £1…


179 Comments

  1. 1
    Kebab News says:

    8illy must be down the newsagent’s.

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  2. 2
    Simple Sally says:

    Are any Lithuanian J e w s trending on Titter today?

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  3. 5
    Putr1d Labour ruined my Country says:

    Stringfellow would probably win Clegg is finished!

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  4. 9
    5,089 People says:

    Petition for UKIP to be included in the 2015 televised leaders’ debates:

    http://epetitions.direct.gov.uk/petitions/43153

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  5. 11
    Single Malt After Lunch says:

    I see that there is an advert paid for by the NHS today. Should Guido be taking money from such a dodgy organisation?

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    • 42
      CarryHole is a stupendous Hunt says:

      Let’s bin the failed ideology of the National Liverpool Pathway “Service” and buy our own care, rather than get an insufficient dollop of treatment rationed out by a meddling bureaucrat.

      It will also mean we stop subsidising poor health choices, and immigration!

      Win all round, except for the generally lazy NHS staff.

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    • 43
      CarryHole is a stupendous Hunt says:

      Aneurin Bevan’s killed more British people than Hitler.

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    • 51
      Fishy says:

      I thought that new Cross A&E was only 2 miles away. There does seem to be something of an excess of provision in Londinium.

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  6. 12
    Frederick Gideon Threepwood says:

    Is this the same Peter Stringfellow who did time for theft in the 60s and paid a fulsome tribute to Jimmy Savile? Sounds like an ideal UKIP member.

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    • 14
      Blowing Whistles says:

      Cyril Smith and some others are mentioned on page 10 of the IOS today – that house in Barnes. Oh and the judiciary also get a mention in coulmn 3 line 13.

      Who’s judging the judges?

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      • 127
        John Locke says:

        Whenever the legislators endeavor to take away and destroy the property of the people, or to reduce them to slavery under arbitrary power, they put themselves into a state of war with the people, who are thereupon absolved from any further obedience, and are left to the common refuge which God hath provided for all men against force and violence.

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        • 172
          Ol' Crummy says:

          Which, Dr Locke, I had endeavoured to prove when I rose to the position of Lord Protector, during your school days. I pretty much had no use for Acts of Parliament, as they came from jugglers, whoremasters, wine-bibbers and cheaters. They were no better men, and probably worse if the truth be told, than the King they and I replaced after his, shall we say, untimely demise. I tried to get good honest men to replace them, but ’twas no good, anyone who could serve in a Parliament is by nature and temperament a prevaricator and a higgler. Then as now, no-one’s life, liberty, or property is safe whilst the Legislature is still in session.

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  7. 13
    Hedge Skimmer says:

    How Iceland Overthrew The Banks: The Only 3 Minutes Of Any Worth From Davos

    http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2013-01-26/only-3-minutes-worth-listening-davos

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  8. 15
    Anonymous says:

    This Week: Peter Stringfellow on taxes and economy (08Mar12)

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    • 57
      Red Egg Millitit, tit, tit, tit ..... says:

      Beeb employing a Tory ? Do not be a stupid tit !

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    • 74
      Frederick Gideon Threepwood says:

      I would be more interested to hear Stringy on Rockafellas and what he knew about Jimmy Savile when he employed him there.

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  9. 16
    Anonymous says:

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  10. 20
    Not this Cvnt again! says:

    toxic taff is back. Fvcking Welsh Spamming Liebour Cvnt!

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  11. 21
    Blowing Whistles says:

    I see the bliar is giving camoron his backing from ‘behind’ in the MoS. That ought to be enough warning to the duped tories to get the hell out of what is not the tory party anymore.

    Time for a purge methinks in all 3 political parties – of purge of the commies and ziozits.

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  12. 22
    old SHEP says:

    Don’t think welcoming Stringfellow into the fold is a smart political move for UKIP.

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  13. 23
    Banking on Bliar? says:

    http://blogs.spectator.co.uk/coffeehouse/2013/01/david-miliband-and-tony-blair-warn-cameron-dont-trust-the-voters-on-europe/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=david-miliband-and-tony-blair-warn-cameron-dont-trust-the-voters-on-europe

    B.liar warns Cameron not to trust the electorate on Europe. A bit rich coming from a guy who took us into a dodgy war spun with lies.

    B.liar is banking on our involvement in the EU gravy train and he thinks we can’t see through his political game of self interest.

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    • 24
      old SHEP says:

      The electorate that voted him in three times?, he could have a valid point there for once.

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      • 38
        I never voted for him...I always knew he was a "wrong un" from the start says:

        Be honest Blair wasn’t facing much Opposition and he successfully sold “Snake-Oil” to the gullible majority

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    • 31
      Agent Orange says:

      I’m a pretty straight kinda guy. Trust me, you plebs.

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    • 41
      albacore says:

      First of all, though, Dave has to get back in
      Then imagine all the bullshit and spin
      Also, will the choices be in or out
      Or compromises and messing about?
      Add a few million iffy postal votes
      The odd packet or two stuffed full of notes
      And after all that, if an IN can’t be fiddled
      Is there any chance we still won’t be diddled?

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    • 52
      Anonymous says:

      be.liar is the wish of the creator. he is crucial to the structure.
      like it or not.

      Denial will lead to suffering. as day follows night.
      for genuine suffering there may be only one genuine remedy.
      the genuine lord Krishna.
      not the minimised one.

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  14. 30
    Brown out and pay me damages says:

    Better stil,l save a quid and read it tomorrow.

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  15. 32
    Calamity Clegg says:

    At times like this, I give thanks to the Nick Clegg Fan Club..

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  16. 34
    Get that Pervert Brown out of my life and pay me damages. says:

    Another week wasted.

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  17. 37
    mochyn ddu says:

    You are such a c unt taffy. If a Welshman you are, which I doubt – just some pathetic attention-seeking loser.

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    • 46
      Cheshire Dweller says:

      Exactly. He reminds my why, in my home city of Chester, the forefathers developed ‘The Rows’, the second floor of shops around the city centre, specifically so that locals could avoid the welsh who used to come in. Can’t Guido’s team do something similiar?

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    • 58
      mochyn ddu says:

      Is that some sort of ‘pigin’ Welsh?

      Or perhaps ‘pigyn’ Welsh would be more appropriate in your case.

      Ti’n llawn cachu.

      If you’re a Welshman then I’m Chinese.

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  18. 39
    Scary Biscuits says:

    So the Blog that claims to be about Westminster “plots, rumours and conspiracy completely” misses the biggest one so far this Parliament with Adam Afriyie positioning himself for a ‘post Cameron opportunity’?

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  19. 48
    Edinburgh can stick its auto suggestions up its delusional arsehole says:

    Never read it !

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  20. 49
    Owen Jones says:

    My new boyfriend has got the biggest hands I’ve ever seen.

    Either that or my cock is smaller than I thought it was.

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  21. 50
    Owen Jones says:

    The oompa loompas in Willy Wonka are way better than the one’s in Jersey Shore.

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    • 56
      What Happens In THAT "Joizey" Should Stay In "Joizey" says:

      But do you prefer Jersey Shore’s version of a “Guido” to ours?

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  22. 53
    Alan Rusbridger, pianist says:

    Today I have been mostly playing the wedding at Troldhaugen.

    Everybody is talking funny like on Borgen.

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  23. 55
    Mr Griffin says:

    I didn’t want to leave my dog outside in the snow when I went into the job centre the other, so I took him inside. I was immediately asked to put him back outside, I refused but they insisted..

    I can’t see why they didn’t want him there, he’s black, stinks of Shit and doesn’t speak a word of English.

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  24. 60
    Owen Jones says:

    Margaret Thatcher fucked me when I was a minor ..

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  25. 61
    Neil Kinnock says:

    I’ve got my party back, mefanway!.

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  26. 62
    UK Economy Screwed says:

    It is going to be very messy…

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    • 66
      Economist says:

      Other than of course switching holdings into Gold / Silver and generally preparing for a currency war / bond collapse, looking more long term, how would it be best to profit from an environment where the emerging major economic nations reorient their fiscal policies to properly fund their pension and social security obligations.

      NB: Ch!na is a big elephant here, and they are currently discussing revoking the single child policy in order to increase the production of tax payers over the next 20 years…

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    • 67
      Danny Alexander is an A$$hole says:

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    • 68
      old SHEP says:

      Doomed I tell Eee!, we are all DOOMED!!.

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    • 69
      Blowing Whistles says:

      Those who have ‘mismanaged’ this country’s finances while ripping of the tax-payer will pay the price first. The General public have been lied to and duped by the economic with the truth city & political types for decades (and that incledes many city financial jouro/hacks who have been selling the lies). They have been living it up at the expense of the masses while trying to bluff their way out of the problem that they created because of their greed.

      How long before the police come back onto the side of the masses and do their duty – not long I suspect because the house of cards, cads and criminals atop the system have been abusing the people and their children.

      Portillo – is his name on some lists – I suspect as much.

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      • 77
        Not Blowing Whistles says:

        I agree with you in most part.

        However, the public do have a responsibility to bear for believing the 6% growth projections, if those were produced post 2008. Mongs.

        It is not a complete disaster though.

        Sensible policy now:

        Cut all unnecessary elements of government and push money immediately into some serious ‘infrastructure’ projects. Quango’s are a very easy target and a wholly unnecessary cost with extremely poor ROI.

        Withdraw from the EU immediately and revert to common market membership.

        Address the energy problem, in particular free up completely gas fracking and start process of producing in North Sea areas currently untapped.

        Repatriate anyone who has entered the UK whose net cost to the treasury is positive: ie. Anyone who in non-UK born and in receipt of more benefit than they have paid in tax / NI. They are an unnecessary burden.

        Compulsory front line military service could be an option to repay debt owed if they prefer to stay: Useless eaters make easy cannon fodder. It would appear that certain sections of the UK now like the idea of being warriors, why not get them fighting for us ?

        A massive increase in defense budget would be very prudent, as would be immediate moves to rebuild gold reserves.

        Then, prepare for the war which is locked in anyway.

        Guns not butter win wars and ensure long term survival.

        The time for messing around ended in 2007, but nobody listened to those who put the warning out. The time for action really is now.

        In the mean time, clearing out the liberal left political dross and miscellaneous fifth columns in the civil service and beyond would also be a good idea.

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        • 88
          Tachybaptus says:

          ‘Compulsory front line military service’ — you want to put weapons into their hands? Think of what happened to our soldiers at the hands of the Afghan police.

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          • A bemused passer-by says:

            We wouldn’t need to actually arm them on the front line. They could always be made to clear minefields and IEDS. A hundred unarmed ‘recruits’ made to walk (or hop), say, 100ft in front of our troops.

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          • Not Blowing Whistles says:

            Think mine clearance.

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        • 93
          Blowing Whistles says:

          A judicial tyranny is created when no one dares to or has the bollox to hold / call to account the judiciary – who deviously ‘hold themselves out’ as the last restraint against mob rule; when they in fact are the mob ruling – by diktat and order.

          Judges over the centuries have duped kings, religions and politicals that they are the ones who can hold the masses in oppression – hence the kings and religious leaders of old shifted the burden of imprisonment / putting people to death to the judges – so blame cannot be placed upon the religious and royal houses.

          It’s a ruse that has served so many so well. But when the judges start getting the attention and light shone upon them – then they get dirty – for the protection of their self-protection society.

          Who’s judging the judges?

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          • Not Blowing Whistles says:

            Very much to your point, the judiciary who should be politically neutral do appear not to be acting with independence these days.

            Could this be an effect of domestic interference, or something to do with the tentacles of the EU infiltrating our shores ?

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          • Anonymous says:

            Who is even watching the Judges?

            Insulting the public, threatening their lives and property and we go to them for justice. All in secret behind closed doors and safe from observation. They think they control the only record of their own actions.

            They are above the law and act like criminals.

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    • 121
      Not Blowing Whistles says:

      If you watch his shows you will learn a lot about practical economics.

      The only dodgy aspect to MK is that he doesn’t really dig the Austrian school. But in terms of breaking down what is really happening with the current economic system and the structural problems which have led to where it currently is and where it is going, he is very much on the money.

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  27. 73
    (I don't need no doctor) says:

    Chilcot
    Margaret Hodge
    Andrew Mitchell
    McAlpine vs Sally Bercow
    A single policy from Ed Miliband

    Excuse me while I yawn.

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  28. 78
    White Hat Geek says:

    This is interesting: DOJ totally hacked:

    http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2013-01-27/anonymous-hacks-department-justice-threatens-release-secret-doj-information-warns-th

    Would be funny if something liked that happened here, or are they still using quill and parchment these days…

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    • 91
      Schoolboy, aged 62 says:

      I used to get a wooden at the mere mention of this band’s name.

      I’ve stuck to Rod Stewart ever since.

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  29. 79
    Elsie Beattie (83 and a quarter) says:

    Having a column in The Daily Stars On Sunday lends this weblog an air of incredulity that, even, my dead-Reg would snort at, dear.

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  30. 87
    I go off on a bender says:

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  31. 89
    John Locke says:

    When the social contract is broken, the people must revolt.

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    • 92
      The average British cretin says:

      But we is like well too interested in watching that Brian Cox on the telly. The background music is like well too loud to hear what he has 2 say like, but we can sit and like pretend 2B intellectual like innit and try 2 remember Eastenders omnibus from this afternoon like innit.

      Sorry, what was you like saying about ‘revolt’? Innit.

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  32. 94
    Saffron says:

    There are too many people in this country who are riding on the genuine taxpayers backs.
    In the case of benefit seeking immigrants it goes without saying that those who have paid nothing in should get nothing out,and to these people I say,please rely on your country of origin to support you.
    There are however British people were it has become the norm for them to expect the workers to support their way of life.
    Then we come to the banksters and their money grubbing ways of raping the taxpayer by way of many devious ploys.
    Clamp down on these economic gangsters in no uncertain terms,hit them in the pocket and their shareholders.
    Now to the companies and their shareholders who use shady means to pay less tax were the ordinary taxpayer cannot,make these people step up to the plate and pay their fair share.
    On to the EUSSR get out of this pipedream experiment of commie failure and it will continue to fail as it is doing right now.
    We as a country cannot continue to pour our money into this load of crap.
    Finally,international aid,as far as I am concerned charity begins at home when we are seeing our own people dying when we could save them.

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    • 100
      retardEd Miliband's Parasite Party (for skivers, not strivers) says:

      “There are however British people were it has become the norm for them to expect the workers to support their way of life.”

      And your problem with that is what, exactly?

      You are guilty of selfishness and thoughtcrime. Wages belong in the pockets of shirkers, not workers.

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      • 107
        Saffron says:

        To 154
        You sir and I take it that you are a liebour asshole,need to get a lobotomy to get your brain in order if that is possible.
        For your info,I repeat that if whatever people have not paid their fair dues and demands into our system whoever they might be,they should NOT expect us lot to pay for them.
        WHAT DO YOU NOT UNDERSTAND ABOUT THIS STATEMENT,in fact if you cannot grasp what I am saying you whoever you are are an IDIOT.

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  33. 102
    Jimmy's Rightie Quote Of The Day says:

    “You will need a passport and/or appropriate work permit.

    EEC countries:- Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, The Netherlands, Romania and Bulgaria.

    Also dancers are welcome from Australia, South Africa and of course the UK. Other Girl dancers are welcome from other countries provided they have the correct work permits.”

    [Peter Stringfellow, Lemon Party]

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  34. 103
    One for the spotty adv*rtising dorks that troll this site says:

    *waves*

    Check out his whole back-catalogue and give him a ring.

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  35. 106

    @ Frederick Gideon Threepwood

    I have provided a very full answer to your original query on the previous page. It is in four parts due to it’s length.

    It starts at 1:36 pm, then at 2:43 pm, then at 7:15 pm and my conclusion is at 7:56 pm

    I thank our host for his indulgence in allowing me to post this. Regrettably, sometimes Fisking is the only satisfactory way to respond when the issue is at this level.

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  36. 109
    Off White says:

    Why do the press label Obama, Chuka and Adam Afriyie as black?

    I’m sure their mums would beg to differ.

    When did half cast become the new black?

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  37. 117
    Owen Jones says:

    You’re gay? HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH me too.

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  38. 130
    Inspector Lestrade says:

    Taffy is not a Taffy at all but someone closer to Charing Cross.

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  39. 132
    BBC Pickled says:

    Mr Pickles also launches a strident attack on the BBC for its coverage of the Government’s austerity programme.
    The minister says that the broadcaster should put its own financial affairs in order before criticising others.
    He adds: “You would think listening to the BBC that sensible savings and improved services were a bad thing.”
    Mr Pickles says that for the corporation “every saving is a cut”, writing: “It’s high time the BBC curbed some of her wasteful ways and became more transparent with our cash.”

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  40. 137
    So what happened to the Perverting of the course of justice? says:

    The Crown Court

    at Southwark

    Daily List for Monday 28 January 2013 at English Grounds, off Battlebridge Lane

    ——————————————————————————–

    Court 3 – sitting at 10:30 AM

    BEFORE THE HONOURABLE MR JUSTICE SWEENEY (2)

    For Mention
    T20127076 HUHNE Christopher

    PRYCE Vasiliki

    Order made under Contempt of Court Act 1981

    http://www.courtserve.net/courtlists/current/crown/sthwk_T130128.01.htm

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  41. 138
    The Weather is now man made climate change. says:

    Stupid Bint doing the Sky paper review reckons snow and gales in winter is extreme weather and a result of man made climate change.

    So what the fuck miss clever clogs, caused snow and gales in winter before man made climate change?

    I see they have had to dump the man made global warming now that there isd no global warming.

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    • 163
      The BBC causes serious mental illness says:

      Switch it off and buy a barometer, or just use your nose :-)

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    • 177
      helpfully yours says:

      You have to be terminally thick and possess an IQ of under 15 to be allowed anywhere near the daily paper reviews on the telly. It’s mandatory under some obscure law or other (probably emanating from Brussels or Strasbourg).

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  42. 139
    E says:

    OMFG !!!

    I LUVS Hillage tho , doesn’t I ??

    Didn’t he use to make pong , on bong , wiv Gong , babe ???

    Fuck nose – I Google it , I thinks .

    E x x

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  43. 144
    The 3 Unquestionable Myths Of Our Crisis says:

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  44. 148
    spoffing effects says:

    Fuck off Sospan Fach

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  45. 154
    Casual Observer says:

    That would have been better if the girl who clearly can’t dance had been replaced with a cutaways to black and white wind blowing across a deserted seafront beach, or perhaps the stacks in Port Talbot.

    Little bit Petshoppy, but otherwise not bad.

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  46. 156
    Just Sayin' says:

    Excellent article about suicide clusters in Bridgend from a few years back:

    http://www.vanityfair.com/culture/features/2009/02/wales-suicides200902

    Interesting…

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  47. 158
    Anonymous says:

    nest analog picklesquif

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  48. 159
    There is something wrong in the valley's says:

    Somewhat disturbing Beeboid article: Wales suicide rate up 30% over the past two years, and higher than England. 13.9 per 100,000 : Wow.

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-21145652

    This could be more an effect of the changes Labour made to the way suicide’s were reported in order to get the rates down have been recently reversed.

    Awful.

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  49. 160
    IM a GOVER says:

    You fecking bunch of fairies. get a job.

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  50. 162
    Chief Running-Circles (retd.) says:

    A Steve Hillage night on your ass-wipe blog? And not a moment too soon. *puffs smoke signal*

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  51. 165
    not a machine (shortly to retire to do some gardening) says:

    Surprised none of you thought how good the SR show was , come to think of it , it was little welsh wonder Shian who rumbled Gordon . mmm theres a pattern female presenters with S as a first name ,oh no doesnt work on ecnomics …..hey ho

    I know I should a low life for praising PMs EU speech , it sored like a spitfire in a victory role , this week however looks like Dave isnt going to make it home , closer inspection suggests he may in a Fokker wolf in sheeples clothing ,he wants to stay in the EU even if he only gets a rubbish deal , hes on his final run for gaystappo marriage bomb bay doors open , flintkanppers with spears in his sights who think its all a bit dodgey even if it may now mean a lads night out carries the same points as the missus wedding anniversay . Now we have HS2 , choo choo chew on the bill for it all beloved tax payers . Its like hes invented PFI for a whole new generation , Labour wish he would hurry up , George loves it , yet if you know a bit about railways , you have propbebly been in court for the last few months explaining why , it doesnt work and the money would be better spent somewhere else in the long term .

    The gang of four are stalking for Daves job , but only in 2015 so Daves guarentee could be null and void with a replacement. Nick has decided he is sticking to spending plans from saturdays headlines which can only mean one thing , we are going to have another round of credit growth fill yer boots .

    Ah well I never thought I was supporting for another dose of Blair , all along , its getting where you cant tell the difference , beat one group around the head for being emotionally stupid , whilst promising faster new eutopia to another with erm your wealth and making you pleased you did it .

    (put head in hands) but how did it come to this , changing marriage wasnt even on any manfesto , he doesnt want a hair shirt , but happy to see everyone else get a cold shower and laugh at them .

    Oh well not much point in telling them they are wrong , theve got the fever now , its the final insult run .

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  52. 169
    The only vaguely valid case for staying in the EU says:

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  53. 178
    What remains of your readership says:

    Guido, Neo and Uncle Tom Cobley et al…

    PLEASE get this Welsh fuckwit off your blog. It seems his intention is to get you off the web as more and more of us are giving up regular visiting when faced with this endless shitty Utube crap on a daily/nightly basis.

    Thank you.

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  54. 179
    What remains of your readership says:

    Oh dear, number system all fucked up again. Looks like this blog needs to go in for its regular weekly oil change.

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