January 30th, 2013

POLL: Did Dave Say “F**K Off” at PMQs? – Vote Now


105 Comments

  1. 1
    Rodger Off says:

    fuck off

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    • 24
      Anonymous says:

      What is wrong in letting Scotland go independent?

      As far as I can see, it well save England billions. England could also transfer large amount debt to Scotland. If Wales and Northern Ireland wants to go we should let them go as well.

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    • 65
      Fishy says:

      Definitely not. If he had the Poison Dwarf would not have missed the opportunity of standing on his chair and given Cameron a public dressing down

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    • 76
      good point says:

      aah, so thats why the sound disappeared whilst the PM was speaking.
      How dare the BBC censor PMQs.
      Alarming turn of events.

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    • 85
      good point says:

      so, why did the BBC censor Cameron’s words, whatever they were?
      I demand an explanation from Chris Patten.

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  2. 2
    Afternoon Tea says:

    Cameron is still a wanker

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    • 15
      Anonymous says:

      Surely you meant to say Ed Milliband is a ***ker ? because HE certainly is !

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    • 32
      Old Tory Bigot says:

      I have problems with Cameron but he’s a hundred times the prime ministerial material that gormless Ed M. would ever be.

      Cameron is good on his hind legs, he’s a good speaker. He manages to swat away the opposition with ease. It’s some of his policies I have problems with – and the things he should have done but never did.

      He would never say ‘fuck off’ to an honorable member, as much as he would like to.

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      • 43
        Anonymous says:

        Which of Cameron’s policies do you agree with?

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        • 51
          Sweet dreams are made of this says:

          I agree with his policy of rounding up all soap-dodging thick-as-shit Labour-voting sub-humans, pushing them into gas chambers and laughing as they hammer desperately on the door as the Zyclon B fills their lungs and..

          Oh, damn. That was just a dream.

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  3. 3
    Facough McTavish says:

    No but he should have done.

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  4. 4
    hank the cat says:

    He said because wee willie hague was stroking his thigh

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  5. 5
    last whitey in londonistan says:

    Everyone should just fuck off

    Best thing scameron ever didnt say. Fucking plebs.

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  6. 6
    Anonymous says:

    “What are you frightened of?”

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  7. 7
    Cast Iron said... says:

    “What are you frightened of?”

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  8. 8
    Rob says:

    He said “What are you frightened of?”

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      (Nice one)Cyril Matvech says:

      Salmond wasn’t even their you spaz! Salmond was busy mocking him from within the only DEMOCRATICALLY elected government within the UK since 2007 when PM Blair (the war-criminal resigned in disgrace at losing Scotland forever) leaving Clunking Fist to rule Britannia! Salmond is still laughing at you & your quaint British version of repeated self-appointed governments calling him a dictator from the safety of Westminster where British law protects these cowards. Brown should have allowed the country to choose him in an election but he decided to imitate Kim Jong il. Cameron should have called another election to decide on a DEMOCRATIC government. He too preferred to bribe the hopeless Liberal Party with cabinet jobs to seize power in a coup. Salmond won more votes that ALL the Unionist Parties put together. If you want to see the real poll of voting intentions in Scotland, look at 2012 local election results. you may learn something?

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  9. 9
    genghiz the kahn says:

    Fuck off Salmong.

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  10. 10
    anon says:

    That is a No but I would love him if he did!

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  11. 11
    Beyonce Knowles says:

    As a lip-sync specialist, I’d say that’s pretty clearly: “What are you afraid of?”

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    • 52

      I would agree with you even though my synchronising abilities are based some thirty inches further down.

      It would have been 1.) quite possible and 2.) nice if he had been able to say the other without catching the Speaker’s eye…

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  12. 12
    Anonymous says:

    “The reaction around him”

    The clip shows people behind him. He mouthed it. How could they react?!

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  13. 14
    Anonymous says:

    ‘what are you frightened of’…..but F**K off might be more effective….??

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  14. 16
    Four-eyed English Genius says:

    If not, why not?

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  15. 17

    We should all have the right to say to people who are forever bothering us with their unimportant apparently urgent irrelevant priorities and agendas a succinct

    – ”” off.

    its simple time management.

    Why are we so polite to nuisance sales calls and cops who wont open gates?

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  16. 19
    robbie says:

    his response to Angus Robertson was typically rude but F-off was definitely not what the BBC managed to mute. We’ll just have to wait for Hansard like everyone else though.

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      AngusOgilveyMacgregorDespiteThem says:

      I was sitting opposite he said “will he fuck of.” The lack of reaction around him was shock and disbelief. Salmond has stitched the posh git right up and got every thing he wanted, the posh git is an almighty prick.

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      • 88
        AngusOgilveyMacgregorDespiteThem says:

        And yes Scotland will be fucking of thankyou. Labour for Scottish Independence.

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  17. 20
    The BBC can jog on. Thickos says:

    The electorate will be telling the Tories to fuck off if the economy is still flat lining.

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  18. 21
    Anonymous says:

    It would help if they didn’t cut the mic at that point!

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  19. 22
    (Almost) Silent Bob says:

    All Bummers are deaf?

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  20. 23
    mikis says:

    Cameron said “Not for us” but the mike cut out.

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  21. 25
    PM Watch says:

    I think he did on the question about scottish independence:

    Check @ 20m

    The sound was cut, and he appeared to mouth: ‘Why don’t you fuck off’.

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    • 38
      PM Watch says:

      The SNP guy after the question was mouthing and pointing at him during his dispatch. Not sure about the guy next to him, but didn’t look nice whatever was being said.

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    • 89
      AngusOgilveyMacgregorDespiteThem says:

      Has Teresa May got some horrible disease she looks like death warmed up.

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  22. 26
    genghiz the kahn says:

    I have a cast iron guarantee written on this piece of paper signed by Herr Hitler.

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  23. 27
    One Term Dave says:

    I can categorically state that I do not want freeloading immigrants to have access to benefits. There, I’ve said it. Is that not good enough to make you want to vote for me?

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  24. 28
    Steve Miliband says:

    What are you frightened of? to Robertson

    Why don’t you F*ck off? to Balls – I wish

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  25. 29
    rebekah aka nellnewman says:

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2261954/Families-face-17billion-Milibands-offshore-wind-farm-blunders.html?ito=feeds-newsxml

    militwit has a nerve to talk about better tomorrows when he’s left British families with a failed energy policy and a £17billion bill that individual households will have to cover with higher energy costs.

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    • 33
      genghiz the kahn says:

      It is hard to think of wind turbines without drawing a conclusion that Miliband and Huhne are a pair of clueless Hunts.

      http://www.telegraph.co.uk/earth/energy/windpower/9837026/Wind-turbine-collapses-in-high-wind.html

      This time, one of the wind turbines falls over in high winds, makes a change from catching fire.

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      • 39
        Englishman says:

        Welsh engineering.

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      • 44
        Wind Watch says:

        And what about the ones at sea, standing in that nice and corrosive salt water… :-)

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        • 59
          Nuke Westminster says:

          Yup. They make perfect sense only to people who have never ever lived on the coast.

          Electricity generators.. at sea. Electricity. Water. Mechanical components.. salt. Wow.

          So we’ve got windfarms on land that don’t work if there’s no wind. They blow over if there is wind. And we’ve got windfarms at sea, being battered by highly corrosive waves (each one hitting the equipment with the force of several tons).

          I’m waiting for the politicians to go hell-for-leather on tidal power. They just know they want to. You can see the idea forming on their blank little faces. “oooh, limitless non-stop Green power…”

          Because they don’t yet know the tide stops, twice a day.

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        • 62

          …giving rise to the possibility that they could become terminals for an enormous battery by utilising the ocean’s sodium and chlorine ions. The Law of Unintended Consequences strikes yet again.

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        • 90
          AngusOgilveyMacgregorDespiteThem says:

          You mean like ships and oil rigs that pump money in to London, how ever do they manage?

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  26. 30
    Anonymous says:

    He said “what are you afraid of”

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  27. 31
    Gordon Brown says:

    I am a lip reading expert and Cameron clearly said “stop eating those fucking toffees”

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  28. 34
    HenryV says:

    I just voted yes with watching any footage.

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  29. 36
    Kebab Time says:

    Imho he said “billy is my daddy”.

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  30. 37
    Fuck Nose says:

    Anyway, why are they doing PMQs on a Tuesday?

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  31. 40
    old SHEP says:

    We just can’t wait until all you jocks fuck off…?.

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  32. 45
    Dave told Nick to **** off says:

    Personally I think he was speaking to the chap on his right

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  33. 46
    Elsie Beattie (83 and a quarter) says:

    Maybe he was asking, “Anyone fuck-offy?”, dear. These politicians do rise at the crack of dawn, I’m told.

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    • 54
      David, call me Prime Minister if you like says:

      Two sugars please, Elsie. We do tend to get on with running the country at an, unearthily, early hour but are prone to going back to sleep come ten Ante Meridian. I hope that answers your question, dear.

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  34. 48
    Father Jack says:

    Feck off!

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  35. 55
    Adam Afray says:

    I’d like a stalking horse burger from Tesco.

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  36. 56
    This is what I think of Cameron says:

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  37. 60
    albacore says:

    So who cares what he says or who he rags?
    All Parliament’s E U toe-rags and fags
    Ain’t folks rumbled by now that these play-fights
    Are extras over-acting, flying kites?

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    • 64
      old SHEP says:

      Henry the horse had ran his course
      They minced him up without remorse
      Never seen on contents label
      Tesco shopping is out for Mabel

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    • 66
      Euripides says:

      I very much doubt he said “Fuck”, mate;
      More likely referring to “Duckgate”.
      The guy is a loser;
      Professional snoozer.
      Mush dash:- On a promise to suck Kate.

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  39. 70
    damned impertinent questions says:

    Do I look bovvered?

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  40. 73
    Cream Puff says:

    So if he didnt say ‘Why dont to fuck off’ , what did he say?
    was its ‘why dont you fluff…’?
    I would be interested in hearing it
    Was there a microphone malfunction or did he just mouth the words?

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  41. 74
    Cream Puff says:

    To add to the intregue, a spokeswoman for Cameron said it was “What are you frightened of?” Really? lol so Cameron mouths what are you frightened off which would have been totally out of context

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  42. 75
    (I don't need no doctor) says:

    No, Dave didn’t but he should have.

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  43. 79
    steve smith says:

    I have watched this 7 times and it does definitely look like a fuck off or even fucking wanker

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  44. 80
    Did Dave say that? says:

    I damned well hope so.

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  45. 81
    Sally Bercow says:

    I do like a strong man. In fact, I’d like a man – like right now!

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  46. 83
    Teri says:

    “That’s exactly what we intend to do,” replied Angus.

    Vote YES in 2014

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  47. 91
    Saffron says:

    If scotch land want to leave us,william wallace and all of that then let them.
    As has long been said the proof of the pudding is always in the eating.
    The EUSSR crowd has already said to Salomondy you will need to reapply for membership,and exactly what does scotchland propose to offer to the eussr in payment,well absolutely zilch,they have no money and will be looking for handouts.
    Salmond and Co,dream on.

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  48. 96
    Another Headshrinker says:

    If he told an SNP gaywad to fuck off good on him!

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  49. 97
    Jumbo says:

    Give England back to the English! – oh no, whoops, we’re not Irish, or the previously unoccupied Falkands

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  50. 98
    not now cato says:

    The one-termed one, it seems to me, did not tell the SNP to FO …

    but he should have done.

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  51. 100
    Displaced Brummie says:

    No. But he should have.

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  52. 101
    Nigel says:

    He clearly didn’t. A video with better audio:

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  53. 102
    "It was cousin Jimmy not me" Lord McAlpine nearly said says:

    Any deaf people reading this and watching the video will almost certainly confirm that DC said “..now will you fuck off”

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