February 14th, 2013

Play the Chris Huhne Penalty Points Game!

Don’t have a date this Valentine’s Day? Why not console yourself by playing the Chris Huhne/Vicky Pryce penalty points game, courtesy of Mindwork Labs. Dodge the cameras and make sure those points don’t end up on your license. Huhne’s nine political lives are up, you better make the most of yours…


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    ███████████!

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      Elsie Beattie (83 and a quarter) says:

      Life’s too short as it is, without playing penalty-points games on some dubious blog, dear.

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      • 20
        Guido Fawkes says:

        Just click on the graphic, you old coffin-dodger. You never know: it might brighten your day.

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      • 21
        Gatso says:

        Doesn’t your long life ever flash before you?

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          Elsie Beattie (83 and a quarter) says:

          In my twenties and thirties I used to commute along the Harrow Road, to my position at Marks & Spencers, on an Ariel 600, dear.
          That journey provided enough flashing to last a long lifetime, I feel.

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          • Fairy Aileron says:

            Ariels are a bit thin and liable to bend. Was there a broom head on the end?

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          • Ed Turner says:

            The 600s were prone to passing gas between the barrel and head, Elsie. Did you ever have that problem?

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          • Elsie Beattie (83 and a quarter) says:

            It did sometimes “wiffle” from the rear bores but, then, so did my Reg, dear.

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          • Mine d'Boggles says:

            Elsie, I doff my crash helmet to you – I too made the same journey to central London for a few superb years. Did you see a BSA A10 Road Rocket go past you occasionally?

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          • Elsie Beattie (83 and a quarter) says:

            Maybe, dear. In those days, as you will recall, The Harrow Road was little more than a cart track and my eye-goggles tended to be caked in cow-dung and the like.
            A10s were rather lively along the straight bits weren’t they, Mine d’Boogles?

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        Sye Cologist says:

        People not wanting their points to increase may have the same difficulties as those who claim that their age does not change.

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    Brown out and pay me damages. says:

    Ever get the feeling your going round in circles?

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    • 56
      Wet Ed Miliband's Diary says:

      Yeth, every day…

      Our manthion takth polithy today wath drawn-up by Ed Ballth on the back of an envelope in the Dog and Duck latht night. Thome people are thaying he forgot to carry a number thomewhere when he cothted it. Actually, it’th becauthe he himthelf wath carried – out of the Dog and Duck – about five minuteth after he drew up our propothalth. I’m told he wath tho enthuthiathtic about our new polithy, he thtarted thinging about goblinth and then fell over and went to thleep.

      I lent him fifty quid latht night, but he theemth to have forgotten about it today.

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    • 201
      NHS helpline says:

      nail the other foot to the floor

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    Hugh Janus says:

    Thought he was up for sentencing today?

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      He had to take his bag to the court today. He takes it home again for the weekend and has to come back with it on Monday.

      I am not talking about Carina.

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        ████ ' changed my tune' Hoon says:

        Will be spending my weekend fudge packing my bag

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      • 13
        Hugh Janus says:

        Still something to look forward to then.

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      • 222
        Anonymous says:

        bag…in a laguage rooted in purity means
        bagh…in a language rooted in purity means park…as in go and visit the localpark, young man….or even a large garden, as in a country estate.
        .
        bag sounds like the baying sound…of the goat baa with g / gh on the silent side.
        now understand why the upper classes talk funny.
        nasal.
        .
        as their vibrational sound is closer to what the essence of what they really talking about….so forget Queen’s English when spoken … try and sound like upper class “twit”. they are no such thing .. why do you think they larf at us… as we toss…and they take…bur then all our friends will larf. so?
        .
        .
        atleast understand what is going….then be amused by it all. so sweet. give afffection to the master…he is needy…so what does that make the giver…for his life has greater abundance of good energy. aim higher.

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    genghiz the kahn says:

    Classic TV tonight The Pryce is Right or Huhne’s Life is it anyway,

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    Operation Crossbow says:

    Nice to see Sky News pointing out that Red Ed’s about turn on the 10p tax rate is a “slap in the face for Gordon Brown”

    Also nice that Sky News get an expert to point out that the proposed plan by mong face would cost 7 billion and mean everyone owning a 2 million pound house and above would all have to cough up £100,000 EACH.

    Meanwhile over at the BBC, Nick Robinson and co are still too busy sucking Red Ed’s cock dry to have bothered to check up on the facts. Perhaps Toenails and co should tune into Sky News?

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    Working with Edinburgh socialist dogshite says:

    It doesn’t work. Crap.

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    • 28
      SP4BS says:

      What? trying to get your crazy missus to take points?

      I wonder. perhaps the plod don’t give a shit about this sort of thing, and don’t want to get flooded by the thousands of dickicidal ex-wives who’ve taken points.

      So they do pryce, get the publicity. hey presto, they don’t get the fall out from sticky divorces filling up their nice tidy interview rooms.

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  7. 8

    I avoided all 50 speed cameras scoring 223 on “Huhne’s Fine is it Anyway?”

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      tongue firmly in cheek says:

      Not the real CRMM, he wouldn’t boast in such a braggardly way!

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        1.) Is it possible to boast in an unbraggardly way?
        2.) It is sometimes interesting to compare results. Mr Stoatgobbler, whom I have no reason to doubt, claims to have exceeded my score by quite a handsome margin. But he could not have avoided any more cameras. I imagine that there is a penalty for anticipating too soon. Being a cautious fellow, look at my background, I may have been too heavy upon the s key. On the other hand, I have not managed to get myself into the pickle that the ex-honourable member for Eastleigh did. So to use the modern idiom, it is horses for courses.

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        • 97

          I will be recording a direct hit

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        • 98
          George Osborne says:

          I got 200,000,000 without any help from the Bank of England honest.

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          • Anonymous says:

            go for george o.
            he should know why he uses this so,… George O….go…in this game by design…only the germans will be the chancellors within eu..us…eus…
            someone will be ecstatic by this…
            .
            for ecstatic us is indeed eus.
            us being the country by design that is the u.s…every aspect of its build …every component comes from now the less secret world of xxxxxx. who is the us a front 4. it is world of mothers if you sell your soul to it…genorousity receipient ru.

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    Jacob Stoatgobbler says:

    284 here

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    David Starkey, Looks Good In Khaki says:

    I have to say that what disturbs me most about this whole disreputable saga is Mr. Huhne’s choice of dress for the court.

    Only once did he bother to dress in khaki (and he did look suave on that occasion, it must be said).

    Back in the Middle Ages, no self-respecting politician would have gone about wearing anything other than fine couture. I really think it behoves those in public life today to set an example in the fashion stakes.

    And that’s Huhne’s great crime. Never mind the legal positivism of the whole thing, Huhne’s dearth of kahki shows that he doesn’t even have a sense of garmentry. Even that silly Bagshawe girl could do better!

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    The socialist auld bags can wipe their own arse. says:

    Ha ha hilarious!

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    clearly thick as shit says:

    why cant i get the game to work?

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  12. 18
    Owin Jones says:

    How many right wing political bloggers does it take to change a light bulb? None, they just stand around talking about how good the old one was.

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    • 19
      Owin Jokes says:

      Laugh ?? Thought I’d never start.

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    • 23
      A. Luddite says:

      How many left-wing political bloggers does it take to change a light bulb?
      None, new light bulbs are no use to us, we trashed all the electricity supply equipment and went on a march waving silly banners.

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    • 82
      Mark, anonymous insider says:

      One. Changing it every hour, on the hour, because the planet is a bottomless pit to be exploited, yah?

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      • 149
        Plumbline says:

        Yah, let’s put lots and lots of poisonous mercury in previously harmless lightbulbs, because that will ‘save’ the planet, right?

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    Intellectually crippled says:

    It does not work!

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    Blowing Whistles says:

    The next step will probably be – Huhnes ‘Appeal’. I bet he gets one as quick as a flash! [pun intended] unlike the rest of us lowly members of the public/constituents and plebs out here in the real world.

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      Anonymous says:

      we resent our mothers but the truth is too awful and we project it on to injustice. mothers are a source of safety when they possess every thing we have not unlike mother earth for it has roots everywhere. the just justice system represents the requirements for duty by our mothers, mother nature and mother ship that is how society works and not what is put on show. get real.
      .
      understand the purpose of datrkness…to be released from restriction understand reality more…not just who runs the world. understand your own reality for in just will keepon repeating until you see the justice….it is the safest environment for you to see the truth which is a blind spot.
      .
      10 years does make one world class, but in what?
      higher aspiration is for the gods..so you been one in past life. think beyond. until we reach the house of the house of source…more and more truth have to be discovered and at each time beyond what we know previously. see in the selfish heart of the mother and greater truth will be revealed…and then we see injustice as the greatest blessing ever.

      so skip the world
      .

      of mother’s milk…see beyond.
      earth is a selfish place where our feet should go to the heart of the darkness that at root level is the centre of the earth…which is also what our mothers are at root level…see all aspects of the mother as an individual…360 degree view…only then we see the perfection of it. it being, you. so see the mother, harmonise with her…do not worship her…as you are special plus…not one who is special minus….and that isthereason special minus ppl those in authority pick on you. a higher being will detach. you are a higher being…operate at that level……we have been in a dark period for sometime and it will get worse. in the dark that is night, with respect, the concept of justice is puff. close the past…operate beyond…and a new set of followers will be yours …greater fulfilment is possible. t
      dhen.

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    an unpaid marketing pawn making billions for the economy. says:

    It aint workin.

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    Casual Observer says:

    Possibly the one of the most interesting events of the day:

    http://www.chathamhouse.org/events/view/189227

    They are getting worried about UKIP and exiting of EU becoming real possibility.

    This is a good sign.

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      restore the monasteries says:

      So Mr Major wants the country to remain in EU,at any price…An institution that has difficulty in “doing the books”,and has been found to be corrupt,inefficient and very
      wasteful and often pointless..It has also contributed to our country feeling a little ill
      at ease and damaged the social fabric….And,we who could see the folly of this depth of
      union,have had no way of altering anything for 40yrs,and have had to watch as mass immigration,the wretched EHR,the inability to control our borders,or deport undesirables rapidly,has all eroded and diluted “Britishness”..Leave the EU,and be brave enough to ignore the blackmailers and vested interests and “Bat for Britain!!!!!

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    an unpaid employee @bbc.co.uk says:

    No working for me.

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  18. 32
    Guido Isn't Working says:

    Its not tittle tattle gossip or rumour. Or even working….

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    Bullied,exploited and pestered says:

    Not working.

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    Rastatrout says:

    Is he driving a Metro?

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  21. 36
    EU calling all horses says:

    Works for me but the advert gets in the way.

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    Mr Justice Sweeney said a not guilty verdict would require the jury to agree that she had no choice but to do as her husband ordered and that he was present at the time she signed the paperwork as she said he was.

    If the jury, however, decided that Huhne was not present when Ms Pryce signed the form they should find her guilty.

    On no account were the jury to log onto order-order.com over the weekend.

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      Bullied,exploited and pestered and lied about says:

      She owned up to it, unlike the lying Hoon who took no responsibility for none of the damage done he has done. She will get off with a slap on the wrist.

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    David Cameron says:

    “Indian students – come to Britain, it’s a wonderful country”

    “Romanians and Bulgarians – don’t come to Britain, it’s a shithole”

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    • 45
      Point of Information says:

      It’s relative.

      Relative to !ndia it’s fab. Relative to Roman!a / Bulgar!a it’s $hit.

      In all seriousness: Every other country with a responsible immigration policy has quota’s for people from certain regions / countries broken down by skills.

      This idiocy over selling the UK is reflective of a failure of policy.

      !ndian’s would be much better off going to North American colleges over the UK, except maybe for medical, as they will get a better return on their investment.

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    David says:

    Guido,

    He was guilty and he’s paying a very heavy penalty now. He will never be an MP again, he has been very publically disgraced including the humiliation of having very personal texts between him and his son broadcast. And he will probably go to jail too.

    Gloating makes you look sadistic, I mean honestly, what more do you want to be done to him that hasn’t already been done?

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    • 48
      The Landlord says:

      Drawing and quartering, possibly?

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      • 59
        Papilion says:

        Breaking rocks on Boris Island.

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        Ol' Crummy says:

        Head-on-a-pike? On second thought, forget that sort of thing for that whoremaster. ‘Twere better he be ignored altogether as if he never lived. ‘Twill be sufficient punishment for such a self-important cock-o’-the-walk as he. For lo, the humble shall be exalted, and the exalted, humbled; pride goeth before destruction and an haughty spirit before a fall…

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    • 58

      This humiliation is barely adequate to signal the sheer contempt that almost everyone here has for this man. Even his own colleagues despise him.

      Call it sadistic if you will, in other countries he would have been lynched.

      Regard this comparatively moderate badinage in the light of the dictum dans ce pays-ci, il est bon de tuer de temps en temps un amiral pour encourager les autres

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        Casual Observer says:

        I don’t think he would have been lynched.

        In other countries he would not have been photographed by a damned speed camera but would have been stopped by police. He also would not have been elected into a position of power.

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          Plumbline says:

          The glorious irony is, Huhne made a fortune out of his involvement in said speed cameras, that eventually finished the lying chancer off.

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          @CO

          There are many countries upon the face of this planet where someone similarly reviled, albeit in differing circumstances, would have been taken out.

          You are savvy enough to know this to be true.

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          • Casual Observer says:

            I do not disagree completely.

            In lesser countries, if he got into a position of power then he would have got away with it. Indeed he may have had the wife taken out first and got off Scott free and kept his job.

            In more advanced countries he would not have got into his position of power in the first place. The sequence would likely have played out anyway, but the perversion charge may not have happened as the wife would have no motivation to spill the beans.

            Caned across the hands, yes. Waterboarded, maybe. Beaten with electrical cord whilst handcuffed to a car tire, perhaps. But nothing more than corporal for what he has done.

            Huhne is an awful specimen but compared with those who have been very justly lynched the overall package we label Huhne is not worth getting too animated about. Once the attention is off of him he will start to suffer as he seems to be bit of a narcissist.

            Now, those responsible for what has been going on in the NHS, they certainly are deserving of the attention of the rope.

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          • I do not agree with a word you have said about Huhne’s narcissism or about the NHS remarks.

            Huhne, in pursuit of his misguided ego, has still managed to wreak so much damage upon our countryside, which I have travelled and loved so thoroughly over the decades, that I rate his evil much higher than perhaps you do.

            That is looking at eternity. For now, the negative effects upon impoverishing the UK are sufficient reason for metaphorically committing him to Room 101, without a moment’s hesitation.

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          • @CO

            My abject apologies.

            It should have read, I do not disagree with a single word I said..

            Horrendous senior moment!

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          • Probably brought on by having too much fun popping into town with your multitude of friends!

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          • Casual Observer says:

            @CRMM: No worries: Dangers of double negatives and no edit. I was wondering though… :-D

            Haven’t really seen up close and personal the windmill fiasco, I do get your drift.

            He should got to room 101. I think there may be more wrong doings to emerge for this guy, and the noose will likely twitch if he gets community service or any less than a year for this current fiasco.

            As for impoverishing, read up on Pryce and her take on economics. That school certainly has impoverished the UK for real. The windmills from an economic perspective are nothing compared to the deep macro damage that has unfolded under the school of thinking to which she subscribes.

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      • 65
        Tachybaptus says:

        Except that in this case we want to décourager les autres.

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          For many years I was puzzled by the shortened version that appeared so often in speech or print. But the encouragement is really one of desisting, so it already incorporates a negative element in its modern usage.

          Byng will never get ahead, neither will Huhne.

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          • Tachybaptus says:

            Byng was executed for not engaging the enemy closely enough. So the encouragement of the other admirals was intended to make them rush blindly forward into the fight.

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          • I will be recording another direct hit slap bang in the middle of the target. All the more impressive when one know that he has to fire off these lines between freqeunt trips into town to see his mulititude of friends.

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          • Indeed Tachy. That is an historical matter which is beyond doubt.

            My point is that the way that Voltaire’s words were adopted into the English idiom involved a shift in emphasis to encourage others not to engage in the same activity as some other person had. That proscribed activity could in itself have a positive or negative characteristic.

            In Byng’s case, as you say, the charge was of not fighting hard enough.

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          • Anonymous says:

            Well said

            +1000

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          • Your Friendly Neighbourhood Family Historical Legacy Information Service says:

            A later member of the Byng dynasty, Field Marshal Julian Byng (and later, Viscount Byng of Vimy, a life peerage) was the head of the Metropolitan Police in the late 1920’s, but before that, he served as Governor-General of Canada. His wife sponsored a trophy to be given to NHL ice hockey players, a trophy given to this day, for the player who gets into the fewest fights in a season. Anyone who has spent any time in Canada, and has watched the NHL, can appreciate that staying out of fights in an NHL game is a most difficult endeavour. Oddly or perhaps ironically, the whole point of rewarding the “most-gentlemanly player” was, for Lady Byng, to encourage the others NOT to fight. We shit thee not.

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        You have been caught out trying to be clever says:

        When did a quote become dictum?

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        • 187
          Mark Oaten says:

          Did somebody mention … oh, never mind …

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          The Free Dictionary (or if you prefer: Fuck Off!) says:

          dic·tum (dktm)
          n. pl. dic·ta (-t) or dic·tums
          1. An authoritative, often formal pronouncement: “He cites Augustine’s dictum that ‘If you understand it, it is not God'” (Joseph Sobran).
          2. Law See obiter dictum.
          [Latin, from neuter past participle of dcere, to say; see deik- in Indo-European roots.]

          dictum [ˈdɪktəm]
          n pl -tums, -ta [-tə]
          1. a formal or authoritative statement or assertion; pronouncement
          2. a popular saying or maxim
          3. (Law) Law See obiter dictum
          [from Latin, from dīcere to say]

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          You have been caught out trying to be stupid says:

          >You have been caught out trying to be clever

          Never mind, dear.

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    • 62
      Brown out and pay me damages says:

      I am not gloating. But the lying,self serving, bullying idiot deserves what is coming to him.

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      Engineer says:

      If Huhne had taken the speeding points at the time of the offence, he would have served his motoring ban long before the 2010 election – which brings me to the main point. If Huhne was still a cabinet minister, he would still be inflicting a very damaging energy policy on the country, costing ordinary people a great deal of money for their electricity and gas. He would still be pushing the building of wind farms. Whilst energy policy is not yet much better, it is at least a tad more pragmatic than it would be if Huhne was still in office. It is therefore better for the ordinary citizens of the UK that he isn’t in office.

      The disadvantage of being a high-flyer is that it’s a long way down. By all accounts, Huhne is an arrogant, egotistical monster, so his descent may a tad deserved.

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    • 126
      Bubba says:

      Cutting his nuts off with a blunt spoon

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      inside- out says:

      He should be banned from working for the EU.
      So no troughing from the public purse.
      He should be forced to live in a house amongst a field of windmills.

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    • 215
      Casual Observer says:

      Revoke his membership of the Liberal Democrat party.

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    Aunt Hilda says:

    and Ed says one nation…don’t laugh

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    A scrounging,meddling fudd for a neighbour. says:

    Not working.

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  27. 52
    Marta Andreasen says:

    “Nigel promotes the people who say yes to him and will be grateful for getting the job and will never contradict him”

    “Under his leadership – and I have questioned his leadership obviously a number of times – the party has become a dictatorship. This is a Stalinist way of operating and he doesn’t care about the membership or the grassroots”

    “Nigel does not like women. He will not tolerate women that have a certain intelligence. He thinks women should be in the kitchen or in the bedroom. These are the two kinds of women he will respect, not a woman that says ‘things are not as you say and we should follow the rules’.

    “Nigel does not like someone who will have reasonable ideas that contradict his ideas. He does not accept any contradiction to his ideas. Basically from day one, since I was elected, he was dismissive of my work.”

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      Point of Information says:

      Should be returned to Argent!na, not a member of euro parliament for south east of england for any party:

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marta_Andreasen

      EUKIP needs to be cleaned up. This is part of the reason why Farage needs to get UKIP MPs in the UK.

      The European political scene as we are aware is totally corrupt, there are a minority even in EUKIP. These give the party a very bad name.

      Lynnda Robson explains this well and also details how the election of Marta broke the electoral rules. Nice to know the commission takes such things seriously for the European elections.

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  28. 54
    Marta Andreasen says:

    “Farage doesn’t care about getting MPs elected to Westminster and if we don’t get MPs elected then we will not be able to lead the process of leaving the EU.”

    “We have limited resources so we can’t fight all the by-elections and when we do try and fight all these by-elections there is no way that we can succeed. We should concentrate on three or four places where we have a real chance of winning”

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  29. 63
    Ed Miliband says:

    You put your 10p tax in, your 10p tax out – in, out, shake it all about, you do the hokey cokey and you turn around… that’s what it’s all about – oy vey!

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    • 69
      Tachybaptus says:

      Your ancestors danced with the Torah. You are dancing with one sheet of paper, and it’s blank. Oy gevalt.

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    • 77
      Ed Balls says:

      We’re going to give people an extra 2 quid a week. That’s half a pint of lager, but we’ll simultaneously ramp up duty so that it won’t even buy you that! Joined-up thinking or what?!

      Meanwhile, we’ll encourage the job creators at the top to leave the country, a la France. Our goal is to make dependence upon the state compulsory in the UK.

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    (I don't need no doctor) says:

    Ed Balls interviewed by Andrew Neil on the Daily Politics today. It would have not been possible for him to be more embarrassing. His he really the best the unions can find to represent labour as shadow chancellor?.
    Could someone post the clip?

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    Bullied,exploited and pestered and lied about says:

    I doubt she will get a prison sentence. I think she pulled off the coercion trick and played it well, but her media stunt and her need for revenge kind of works against her. Maybe community service.

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    Horsemeat in Burgers , wait till you see how much Donkey is in your Salami says:

    295 on my second go , i hope i don’t have to trim Carina

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    • 85
      Tachybaptus says:

      At least until recently, donkey was a necessary and prized ingredient in Hungarian salami. The label on the stuff now claims that it’s pure pork, and I don’t think its as good as it used to be.

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    • 127
      Food Standards Agency says:

      Can anyone let us know if the donkey is as carcinogenic as the horse is ?

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    I am not answerable to the Edinburgh, scrounging socialist, delusional dogshite. Pathetic. says:

    Still not working.

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    Rabbi Owen Jones says:

    • Hamas to demolish 75 homes it says were illegally built on public land. While Gazans protest, Rabbi Owen Jones asks, Where’s the global outrage?

    The government of Israel sometimes demolishes homes, saying that they were illegally built on public land. And of course, it is a member state of the United Nations, not a terrorist group. But when it does, one can expect various governments to condemn the action and can expect action in the UN Human Rights Council, perhaps even a debate in the UN General Assembly or Security Council in New York. . . . Of course, this comparison between actions taken by Hamas and actions taken by the government of Israel will annoy some readers, and I do not mean to suggest that all such actions are the same. I mean to suggest that all those international bodies that are outspoken about home demolitions should turn their attention to Gaza as well as to Israel and the West Bank.

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  35. 84
    Brown is a pathetic fuck says:

    Happy Valentines Day.

    Roses are red
    Shite is Brown
    Get out of my life
    You pathetic clown.

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  36. 89
    Blade Runner says:

    On tonight’s Question Time, the dodgy Maria Miller, Labour’s gruesome Maria Creagh, Lib Dem’s gruesome Susan Kramer, the gruesome George Galloway, and the snot nosed Fraser Nelson. That is one punchable panel.

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  37. 90
    Owin Jones says:

    Eastleigh betting latest: Labour odds cut from 10/1 to 8/1. http://bit.ly/URrarf

    Get your money down on John O’Farrell before the price gets even tighter.

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  38. 91
    Ali Disraeli says:

    I think the Huhne result is unsafe.

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  39. 105
    Walter Spanghero says:

    There are 300,000 other motorists out there who have done what these upstanding members of the community have done .

    Lets get them prison cells rocking !

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  40. 111
    Food Standards Agency says:

    We can assure the public that any rumors of rat meat being found in processed food imported from Europe is false.

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  41. 132
    (I don't need no doctor) says:

    The C4 News interviewed a scientist who said that a single person would have to eat 500 big burgers, 100% horse meat, (horse treated with bute) a day, continually.
    Well that’s Tom Watson and Diane Abbott done for.

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    • 133
      Andy Burnham says:

      Trust him, he’s a doctor.

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    • 135
      Calm down dear says:

      I think you may have got so excited about your post that you forgot to tell us what would happen if a single person eat 500 big burgers, 100% horse meat, (horse treated with bute) a day.

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      • 139
        (I don't need no doctor) says:

        Excitement is not in my remit.
        Bute has toxic effects and can cause kidney failure, and all sorts of nasty things.
        You had better ask labour’s Mary Creagh as she seems to be an expert. Well an expert of lying, hypocrisy, shit stirring, and as Andrew Neal said making a name for herself.

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        • 173
          Tesco's Everyday Value Roadkill Burgers - they're badgerlicious! says:

          Bute, eh? Bute? Oooh, we are lar-de-dar, ain’t we? Bute? Ooh, we’d kill for a bit of bute, we would. We’ve got bits of Firestone and Pirelli. Well, it’s roughage, innit. Never mind the chemicals, taste the 100% pure profit! “Progress”, as Sir Leary said.

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        • 180
          Blowing Whistles says:

          The downside to bute and other dirt being in meat – is that if it is or HAS been fed to younger ‘still developing children’ in their school meals – for say a period of 4 to 11 years. The negative effects upon those younger children are multiplied many times more than the effects that it would have on a developed adult. There have been numerous questions raised for many years about some of the meat suppliers – supplying schools in particular the south Wales region including Bridgend.

          Dirty meat is dirty meat – and the issue has been covered up for far too long in the Wild West.

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          • Not Blowing Whistles says:

            This may be of interest, sorry if you have seen it already:

            http://tinyurl.com/ay2ocax

            Dirty meat, suicide, retardation of the next generation and destroying faith in public institutions, particularly the justice system, is very much part of the plan.

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          • Blowing Whistles says:

            NBW – Thanks for the info – I do love Article 19 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

            Book – Noted – much is the shame that 650 MP’s could not be forced to read the book and some similar ones – but they have busy hectic lives what with having to keep up with the latest ruses about expenses fiddling or even the kiddy fiddling that does go and has gone on?

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          • Not Blowing Whistles says:

            No problem.

            The book is about the majority of what we have for MP’s at the moment. The ones who are safe and have not done PPE or some similar course should read it.

            With you on Article 19: I shall quote for all here:

            Article 19, Universal Declaration of Human Rights:

            Everyone has the right to freedom of opinion and expression; this right includes freedom to hold opinions without interference and to seek, receive and impart information and ideas through any media and regardless of frontiers.

            Article 30 is also quite good:

            Article 30, Universal Declaration of Human Rights:

            Nothing in this Declaration may be interpreted as implying for any State, group or person any right to engage in any activity or to perform any act aimed at the destruction of any of the rights and freedoms set forth herein.

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          • Anonymous says:

            there is no justice for the decent person in darkness.
            for illumination, look elsewhere.
            purpose of un is to disunite….man from woman, parents from children…and of course countries. biggest pile of….. it is at corpse stage nah.

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          • Anonymous says:

            You know that Blowing Whistles is not a crime. But they treat you as a criminal. Restricted movement without ever even knowing my crime.

            Maybe because I saw what the future would bring. I was fool to tell the directors. I just did not expect my prediction to come true so soon and in such tragic ways.

            But then they are free to libel me every day since. Is that a government anyone wants?

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          • @BW

            Only just spotted this but fully agree with you on this matter.

            Well said.

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          • Blowing Whistles says:

            Thanks to all for the comments. However I have one bone to pick.

            NBW – you stated “destroying … the justice system”

            The justice system (A trade body) is “totally and utterly destroyed and corrupted ALREADY from its top down”.

            Don’t ever try and tell me that you can rely upon the wigs to give you justice – you are but a damned fool if you think so. We have judicial tyrannies – hammering people all over the world – with their lesser snakes upon the ladder lawyers et al. People like me who DARE to call the shots on the legal trade body of deception and evasion are growing rapidly in numbers and all the deceivers will be facing up to their wrongdoing – not in ten years but within one year OR LESS. Their games are over done – they are found out.

            That they proclaim themselves to be the last protection against the mob – when they ARE AND HAVE BECOME THE MOB is their rhetorical injudicial UNDOING.

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          • Blowing Whistles says:

            See below Ref QUESTION TIME and the pygmies on it.

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          • Not Blowing Whistles says:

            @BW: No need to pick a bone. You have actually made my point in what you said.

            I was drawing attention to the fact that destroying the public faith in the justice system is one of the objectives of global communism. You have outlined how that is achieved, and also that the objective is just about complete.

            Now the question is why and what happens next.

            Next comes the closed court and justice system, to protect the system from the angry masses. There will likely be a purge as well within the system from within, under the guise of a form of temporary martial law being introduced. With the courts closed that will be invisible to the public, so the masses will only know that the state has cleaned the system up, that the system is now working correctly but the system will remain hidden from the people for their and its protection.

            The only thing to be concerned about now and over the next year is that those courts currently closed are reopened, and at the very least, no other courts are closed.

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      • 142
        Weasel says:

        They would go pop or fart a lot or both

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      • 165
        Isaac Newton says:

        Have you looked at Presclott recently?

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      • 280
        NHS Helpline says:

        They’ve got a good chance of winning the 2.30 at haddock

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  42. 136
    Anonymous says:

    Nice little liberal jolly for some,where’s Nick?

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    • 138
      Ed Millimuppet says:

      Stupid cow should stay there

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    • 141
      Anonymous says:

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      • 145
        Anonymous says:

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        • 154
          Africa Watch says:

          Trade related, some interesting background from last year:

          http://allafrica.com/stories/201205070245.html

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          • Prime example of where the influence of Britain can change things on the ground. I only wish we could do this in Conakry where the long French influence has been of less than zero value. They have their first democratically elected government for half a century of communist dictators but the country is so run down they can’t get up onto their feet again. Potentially, it is one of the richest countries on the planet. They have half the world’s reserves of bauxite (aluminium ore) there, gold, diamonds and it has in the past simply supported military regimes which have left the people to descend to become the second poorest on the planet.

            I know that few people care for a place they have probably never heard of but this situation is criminal.

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          • Anonymous says:

            austerity is a prerequisite for seeing truth in its height and depth in a 360 degree spiral up spiral down movement. why is dna spiral?

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          • @Anonymous

            You may be right but austerity is a relative term. I visit people in Africa who would regard the British concept of austerity as the ultimate in luxury.

            Even though these people have a lesser political voice and a poorer educational standard than we have, they often have a higher ethical outlook.

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          • Africa Watch says:

            If they have their sovereignty the rest will follow.

            Rough check list for successful commodity driven democracy:

            i) Codify a constitution and ratify with their people: Cut and paste from UN Decl Human rights and US B!ll of Rights

            ii) Fix their land law (import english common law norms for conveyancing in particular)

            iii) Adopt liberal free market capitalism as their system of economy.

            Make sure they all read Hernando de Soto’s ‘The mystery of capital’, and Susan Strange: ‘Casino Capitalism’. Follow de Soto, Strange warns of what not to do.

            iv) Government should get at least 50% cut on minerals extracted, and retain a reserve / control over rate of extraction. Ensure companies do not trash environment by codifying stiff penalties into local law and contracts.

            v) Splurge cash on education, public infrastructure and light infantry first. When the cities are developed so you can flush a toilet without triggering a cholera outbreak, start thinking about a navy and air force.

            Ensure that a sovereign wealth fund is established, into which a fixed percentage of income from exports is paid.

            Very important to keep the likes of Blair, CP and the EU out.

            Ch!na and Latin America make for better partners. Keep good relations with the US but do not get too close.

            Simples.

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          • Eye Wan Cash says:

            Not up to date on Conakry, but have the Chinese yet moved in like they seem to all over the continent? Where there’s muck, there’s brass – where there’s minerals, there’s Chinese.

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          • Between them the Indians and Lebanese run Sub-Saharan Africa, especially in the west. The place would collapse without them. They run all the small shops and mini-markets which you find there. Their networking is superb. It is rather less pronounced in Guinea Conakry than it is in next-door Sierra Leone but still significant.

            The Chіnese are in a separate category. I have not seen any there involved in minerals but I do not get out to the mining areas. Russia had taken over from Canada as the destination for all bauxite but they walked away when a major strike occurred over a year ago and, at the last I knew, the mines still lie idle.

            Interestingly, the Chіnese have been there for generations. You can see it in the physiognomy of their faces. (A term which is becoming accepted again.)

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        • 155
          P l e b says:

          £355 million???

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          • Sid the Sexist says:

            Yeah…fucking mind boggling amount…and why only girls?

            Surely that’s sexist according to the PC brigade.

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        • 157
          For the love of god says:

          You know that’s all going to end up in some MZ official’s bank account. And MZ has huge deposits of gas and coking coal, more than enough to educate their population.

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          • Bert says:

            Call me old fashioned, but I stared at the coke bucket all day when I were a kid and never learned a fucking thing.

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      • 281
        Horsemeat in Burgers , wait till you see how much Donkey is in your Salami says:

        Could have popped round here i’d give you a good fuckin slapping

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    • 144
      Satan says:

      Nick is busy renewing his sins.

      He’ll be out of purgatory once he re-signs the pact.

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  43. 137
    Ed Millimuppet says:

    MT @GregHands Lab announce withdrawal of doubling 10p tax from product shelf as precaution> Mansion Tax found to contain 80% LibDem policy

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  44. 148
    Thomas the tank engine says:

    October 2012

    A suspended senior police officer accused of getting his wife to take speeding points for him has been found dead on a railway line.

    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2220484/Gordon-Fraser-Police-chief-embroiled-fraud-inquiry-dead-railway-line-days-court.html#ixzz2Ku7iMUL4

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  45. 152
    Chubby Checker says:

    Want to know the size of your penis?

    Then check out the Chubby Checker App by Hewlett-Packard.

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  46. 158
    Gilmore's money grubbing, meddling Gimps and her socialist junkies can jog on out of my life says:

    Still not working. Too hell with it!

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  47. 160
    BBC headline says:

    Zenit St P’sbg 0-2 Liverpool
    Liverpool pay for their wastefulness as Zenit St Petersburg gain a commanding lead after the first leg of their Europa League tie.

    Err surely 2 – 0

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    • 164
      Roy the Racist says:

      A group of fans of Russian side Zenit St Petersburg are calling for non-white and gay players to be excluded from their team.

      Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-2249569/Zenit-St-Petersburg-fans-demand-non-white-gay-players.html#ixzz2KuEU4HCy
      Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook

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      • 171
        Russia Watch says:

        That is only shocking to a PC brainwashed lefty mong who has not been away from the BBC Boob-Tube for a while.

        Russia is quite rac!st and it doesn’t apply to just those of a different skin color. Many white-Brits have come a cropper out there for the same reason.

        (Rac!sm is not about skin color)

        What really ticks people off, and is not mentioned in the article, is that foreign values are being imposed on Russian’s via the trojan of a sports authority in this case.

        That subversion of what a sports authority should be doing, ie. representing the sport and keeping out of minority politics, is the real story which is not being told.

        Stop that, and you will likely find the government over there will make its own decision and stamp out the problem quickly. As they did with tax evasion.

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        • 245

          One has only to look at the history of the GDR oxymoronically-named state to see the influence that sports had and the extent to which performance enhancing drugs contributed to their medal count. The whole eastern bloc was consumed by this approach and its effects linger on. Putin exploits it shamelessly.

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    • 166
      Beeboid dipstick says:

      It’s terrrrible night for the Tories

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  48. 168
    A bbc shitstain says:

    How many years will the lying hoon get? When is he appearing on I’m a celebrity get me out of here?

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  49. 169
    David Cameron says:

    I would like to apologise to anyone I have not offended. Please be patient. I will get to you shortly.

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    • 176
      One-term Dave, dragging the Tories to their grave, says:

      Apparently, there’s someone in the UK – living in Runcorn, I believe – who still intends to vote Conservative at the next election. Now let me say this: I have worked tirelessly to destroy not only Britain, its finances, its military, its reputation and its countryside, its freedoms of speech, free press, its traditions and its social cohesion, but also – specifically – the Conservative Party. It has been a great undertaking, and a great deal of effort. And therefore I will not stand for anyone voting Conservative in 2015!

      Don’t you even bally-well think of it, whoever you are, you snot-nosed little creep.

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      • 186
        Dave the EU kitten says:

        I took ‘broken Britain’ (remember that?) and I scattered the pieces to the four corners of the earth.

        It is the right thing to do.

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  50. 174
    Operation Crossbow says:

    How interesting that Sky AND ITV have seen through Red Ed’s 10p tax lie (both picking up on the fact you’d need to raise 7 billion to give a decent tax cut on the 10p rate, Red Ed’s plan would give you about £6 a MONTH – don’t spend it all at once) yet the BBC refuse to quote the IFS figures, which is unusual as when the IFS pick up something about the economy which bad or goes against the current government, the BBC report it as top line news.

    The ONLY figures the BBC have used today come from……Ed Balls. How typical of the BBC.

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    • 181
      Ed Balls says:

      Actually, you’re wrong.

      Ed Miliband will build a faster-than-light atomic space-cruiser and travel to the planet Lalaland where he will meet Her Majesty Queen Pixie Moneygoose in her magic invisible palace. There, he will ask to look at one trillion billion infinity pounds, which Ed will stuff into his socks whilst Queen Moneygoose is admiring Ed’s handsome features. Ed will then trap Queen Pixie Moneygoose in the deepest, darkest, dankest dungeon in all of Lalaland and rush back to Earth in his space ship. Upon his return, he will distribute the one trillion billion infinity pounds to everyone in Britain, who will all live happily ever after.

      And that, ladies and gentlemen, is Labour’s fiscal policy for financial years 2015-2020.

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  51. 177
    A bbc shitst@in says:

    How many years will the lying hoon get? When is he appearing on I’m a celebrity get me out of here?

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    • 190
      EU calling all horses says:

      Senior member of the establishment, ex MP, right handshake, oh at least 2 days maybe a week, big affordable fine, just to remind others of the same class or wait till next week and see what he will really get.

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    • 202
      Calamity Clegg says:

      I want to star in ‘I’m a calamity, get me into Brussels’.

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  52. 178
    Edinburgh socialists can go and scrounge off someone else. Morally repugnant c-unts. says:

    All for a speeding fine. What an arse.

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  53. 179
    EU Funded Pro EU Troll says:

    Vote UKIP.

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  54. 203
    John O'Farrell says:

    John O’Farrell: why I’m standing for Labour in the Eastleigh byelection http://gu.com/p/3dn64/tw

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  55. 207
    Marxism is modern materialism in action says:

    The Marxist man is Pavlovian in nature, responding to his masters signals without free will, morals, ethics or conscience for guidance.

    Materialism asserts the primacy of the material world, a universe where everything is interdependent, interconnected.

    Marxist man accords primacy to the class struggle and spiritualism has no place in a mindset which perceives the world solely in terms of physical and social relations.

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    • 219
      Labourunionsbbc we are one under the EU says:

      Marxists have taken all the joy from the world.

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    • 221
      Blowing Whistles says:

      Like ‘cattle’ they are herded about and will complete their tasks; such that they are too busy with their little toys – to know any better.

      They are herded from meadow to meadow (fad to fad) while all the while they are fattened up (in their minds) for their continued enslavement.

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  56. 223
    Pint of Moët, Comrade says:

    It’s a shame that the Lab/Con shysters, asset strippers and outsourcers have destroyed this country’s manufacturing base. I would have paid good money to see lisping millionaire Ed “hands that do dishes” Miliband trying to tout his socialist credentials to a room full of angry, burly shipbuilders, miners or steelworkers.

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    • 230
      Mr Nobody says:

      The unions destroyed manufacturing in this country, although Labour did nothing to stop them.

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      • 236
        tabblenabble 01 says:

        It was right wing anarchists posing as unionists that destroyed UK manufacturing. They served Thatcher (or more accurately her J e w i s h ideologue Keith Joseph) very well indeed.

        Look up entryism.

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        • 241

          Yes, entryism. It is, in the main, a lefty approach.

          Keith Joseph’s philosophy was based upon the likes of Karl Popper, Friedrich Hayek and Isaiah Berlin.

          Try again.

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          • tabblenabble 01 says:

            Does any group figure in your list above at rates which directly rejects the statistical Null Hypothesis?

            It can be traced back to The Marshall Plan (and OECD and EU Project). One has to know what the relationship was between the US State Department and Treasury at the end of WWII, and that whilst the USSR was an erstwhile ally of the USA, France and Britain during the war, the Morgenthau Plan was the first draconian policy towards Germany and essentially amounted to economically bombing it into a cabbage patch. The architect was Harry Dexter White (a Soviet agent) so the historical record has it (although see the CIA official account on White too)…

            Look into how Dexter-White was allegedly working with the Soviets to drive West Germany and the rest of Europe into the Soviet sphere by de-industrialising it (making it much like Thatcher was to render Britain and Mandelson etc afterwards in fact). A good source is “The Morgenthau Plan: Soviet influence on American postwar policy” By John Dietrich.

            The Marshall Plan was a US State Department volte face when they woke up to what the Soviets were up to according to Dietrich. There was nothing charitable about it at all. Economic union was a big part of the overall strategy of the World Bank/IMF and Bretton Woods – there should be no surprise that the USSR would not be part of this.

            Just bear in mind all the Libertarian Political Correctness over extent decades and just look at how most of the EU economies and Britain’s have almost been turned into “cabbage patch economies”… Little “metal bashing”, erosion of armed forces etc. Does this remind you of anything? It should.

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          • Casual Observer says:

            @T01: There was nothing charitable about Marshall plan, agreed. Part of that plan though was the US realization that in order for it’s own economy to continue, it needed a decent trading partner. Europe was perfect for that.

            America was a creditor nation immediately after the war and did not forgive its war debt (as was traditional practice previously).

            The only way the war debt would be paid off is if Europe could rebuild. A further motivation for the Martial plan. America realized that economic strife as experienced in Germany when too much was extracted in too short a time was a major factor leading to the rise of the NSDAP and the rest.

            Your geopolitical point also played a role but the US could have still ensured the Iron curtain fell and communism was kept out without Martial aid coercion. However that scenario would have been much more expensive for the US.

            ‘Libertarian political correctness’ is anathema. You perhaps meant ‘liberal political correctness’. Libertarians do not impose a politically based code of thought and indeed that goes against the essence of the philosophy.

            Libertarians: Moral code yes, political code no: correct, is always debatable, absolute codes are amoral so out.

            ‘Political correctness’ as an absolute means of coercing thought is very much a Marxian construct which was perfected under communism.

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          • @tabblenabble 01

            Have only just seen this but I have been only coming in intermittently. I fail to see your falsification point in the first sentence, I’m afraid, unless you are applying it to the whole thread of comments above – which is not what you said.

            Otherwise I broadly agree with CO but especially with reference to the wholly mistaken and curious conjunction of Libertarianism with political correctness.

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          Casual Observer says:

          Entryism is a label for infiltration which Marxists use to justify such action in terms of the class struggle. Certainly not applicable to the right wing.

          This provides insight into Sir Keith J’s thoughts:

          http://www.margaretthatcher.org/document/111967

          Socialism destroyed UK manufacturing: It was pretty much dead anyway when Thatcher got in.

          Low profits, poor productivity and capital misallocation in part caused by disruptive unions over the previous 30 years had caused that. Rationalizing was not an option. Removing the unions simply exposed the truth.

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          • Endorse what you say.

            Some say there would not have been Thatcherism without Keith Joseph. He was the one who put in the slog to create the most coherent set of philosophical principles, possibly in our history, the like of which we have certainly not seen since even in the palest of forms.

            Although not a natural front man, maybe because of that, he was ferociously intelligent on in-depth matters. Not so good on the stump, he said some things which allowed him to be cast as a believer in eugenics, he wasn’t, and that finished his chances of the leadership. Margaret Thatcher was much more intuitive.

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    • 232
      vivalabeast says:

      We dont have any of the above
      A room full of burly fat arsed nurses and diversity officers is nearer the mark

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  57. 237
    The BBC are cunts says:

    Lefty bias ?? Well, only for about fifty years.

    https://twitter.com/davidosler/status/302050983696035840

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    • 248
      Casual Observer says:

      So other than Dave and Ed, the BBC and T’Graph are now taking note of the comments on the Guido Fawkes blog. Now they learn the truth after consulting Private Eye’s main source.

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    • 257
      Anonymous says:

      the left that is male homo rule that which is……………xark.
      someone has to.

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  58. 238
    Blade Runner says:

    Has Gordon vowed revenge yet for his heir directly naming him today as having made a mistake? We all know Gordon doesn’t take criticism well.

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  59. 243
    Ed Balls - Shallow Chancer says:

    Doing hard sums makes me blink a lot.

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  60. 246
    Saffron says:

    To 228
    I entirely agree with your comments that unions destroyed the manufacturing base of this country.
    This bunch of commies of little intelligence were always intent on destruction for their own ends.
    It still is endemic right now in the form of to mention a couple,Mc Culskey and Crowe both expenses rip off assholes.
    Have these clowns over all these years not seen that commies has seen to be a failed dream.
    Do they think that the EUSSR will come to their rescue,I think not,this dream is also going under,as will be seen.
    The markets will see to this,as they hold the chip cards ie: the cash.

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  61. 262
    Blade Runner says:

    Some twat in the Question Time audience just said the horse meat scandal is because of “Eton graduates who can’t run the country”. So obviously a Labour plant, recycling one of Miliband’s lines. And Eton’s a school, moron. You don’t graduate from a school.

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    • 265
      MB. says:

      The Labour MP just claiming that the Conservatives blocked the EU wanting country of origin on food packaging. I always thought it was the EU that was against country of origin because they don’t want people ‘buying British’ and would prefer to have things just labelled as ‘Product of the EU’.

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      • 278
        EU Watch says:

        Labeling is back on the Menu in the EU:

        http://www.euractiv.com/health/parliament-discuss-food-labellin-news-517760

        Socialists and Democrats group (S&D) : L!nda McAv@n (Labour), a British M3P is the S&D’s spokesperson on food safety.

        “Back in 2011 the Council agreed to the S&D request to include country-of-origin labelling for fresh lamb, pork, goat and poultry, just as we already had for beef, fish, fruit and vegetables,” said British Labour M3P Glen!s W!llmott.

        In the EU, the origin must always be labelled for olive oil, fish (unless it is canned or prepared), beef, fresh or frozen poultry of non-EU origin, wine, most fresh fruit and vegetables, honey and eggs.

        For all other foods, origin labelling is optional.

        The conservative led group blocked traffic light for nutritional information, not country of origin. The Labour individual was mistaken.

        Most are still either mis-labelling or not labelling country of origin for meats.

        The dioxin scandal has not been reported in UK much. Just as serious and very good reason to cease purchasing any meats which have not sourced and been processed within the UK. Russia recently banned most EU meats for that reason.

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        • 304
          Trojan de Basedu says:

          Horse-meat doesn’t need to be labelled, so what’s the problem ?
          Everything’s peachy.

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          • Cut-me-own-throat Dibbler says:

            Marks and Spencers have just had to withdraw a range of donkey jackets. Apparently by DNA analysis they were found to be up to 90% wool.

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  62. 264
    A serf in the office of Boles. says:

    Hiya folks, just thought I’d update you all on the saga of the projected figures of Rumanian/Bulgarian immigrants from Jan 1st next year (over 5 million by the way) that my department produced and said figures are now hiding in the back of a metaphorical government cupboard.

    As I said yesterday the department are terrified of releasing them and it seems that some of the managers are reading Guido as a purge has started at work to try and uncover the mole(s).

    No way will I use the office network, the Stasi will have to look a lot harder, anyway I watched Brillo tonight (replay of Daily Politics today) and he knows the score, he could hardly keep his face straight as he asked a pimply youth where the figures were, “There were some but there wern’t any. ”

    Pricelss, High five Brillo.

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  63. 268
    Blade Runner says:

    I think this Question Time is breaking the record for the number of Labour plants in the audience. One woman just referred to the “bedroom tax”! NO regular member of the public would use that phrase! It’s a Labour spin line! They’re not even trying to conceal their plants.

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    • 333
      I don't go left or right, or backward says:

      I look at the sun and I look in the Mirror. The main bugbear I’ve got is she thinks my friends are much fitter. And I’m having to kick out the 2 slovaks from the spare room and move out of Chelsea.

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  64. 271
    Blade Runner says:

    At last. A guy in the audience just laid into Labour big time and got applause. Mary Creagh is a nasty piece of work.

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  65. 272
    Blade Runner says:

    Well done to this guy who’s not letting Creagh off the hook. She’s truly evil.

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  66. 273
    Blade Runner says:

    Fantastic! This guy is a legend. He’s destroyed Mary Creagh and got applause.

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  67. 274
    Blade Runner says:

    Galloway’s a tosspot but he did just have a good line, saying “I told Gordon Goldfinger Brown, the man who sold our gold reserves at bottom, it was a mistake to drop the 10p tax rate”.

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  68. 279
    Britain the ruined country says:

    The French at least are waking up to the situation.

    http://www.liveleak.com/view?i

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  69. 282
    Jimmy says:

    Or as Guido calls it, a drinking game.

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  70. 292
    Another suspected p*a*do from the telly. says:

    http://m.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-21468687

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  71. 294
    Blowing Whistles says:

    QUESTION TIME – PYGMIES.

    One recurring word was evident throughout QT and the TW prog before I turned off.

    These pygmie politicos bang on specifically about oh we must have tighter “REGULATION” on the food industry … regulation, regulation they all bang on about it all together.

    Regulation means diddly squat. We have the damned laws in place – enforce the laws.

    Don’t bang on about “regulation” and then mention the word fraud when speaking about the meat infestation or the Stafford deaths. We have the damned laws – enforce them.

    Bankers, politicians and lawyers love to speak and waffle on (with forked-tongue) about “regulation” … e.g One Irony is the SRA – the Solicitors REGULATORY Authority …

    I have banged on many times previously about that regulation means nothing whatsoever at law. Regulation is a ruse – where the guilty duplicitously keep fraudulent & criminal matters on a civil footing and deliberately off of a criminal footing. Learn the subtle differences and you will all be richer.

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    • 308
      where the blind lead says:

      Lessons learned and lets move on, going forward let us learn the lessons and move on going forward and learning lessons and then moving on. Now is not the time to point the finger and lay the blame but to learn lessons and move forward.

      lol

      David Blair & Tony Cameron.

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  72. 296
    It's later than you think says:

    we could clone a secret army of vampire donkeys and ship 40 thousand of them over to eastern europe where they could run riot and establish a vampire stronghold. that should keep them busy ?

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    • 298
      It's a thought says:

      But how would you keep a 40k strong army of killer vampire donkeys secret ?

      And, when the pesky easterners sell us the meat back as lamb or some such, could we be turned into vampires ?

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  73. 306
    Gordon Brown says:

    I love Bute.
    I’ll give Beaver Wood a miss. Stewarthall Wood’s more my scene.

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  74. 307
    David chase-me-chase-me Cameron says:

    I’ve had a touch of the trots lately. Someone’s going to be for the high jump.

    http://tinyurl.com/a7v22dq

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  75. 310
    Anonymous says:

    Have you got an equine slaughter house in your constituency?
    Does it use a captive bolt gun or do you use a rifle held against the head?
    Are your constituents sold a pup on food safety?
    Are you in politics for the expenses and networking?

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    • 312
      Cut-me-own-throat Dibbler says:

      Marks and Spencers have just had to withdraw a range of donkey jackets. Apparently via DNA analysis they were found to be up to 90% wool.

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  76. 319
    cheche says:

    I’ve emailled Charman of the Parliamentary Health Committee to ask when the heads of the NHS involved in the deaths at Staffs will be haulled before them – like the bankers – strange no reply. Perhaps others would like to remind Mr Dorrell of his job?

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    • 332
      albacore says:

      Never mind those parliamentary spare parts
      Ain’t it time the police stopped acting like farts
      And breezed mob-handed into the N H S?
      The angels of death won’t willingly confess

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  77. 322
    Mad, Bad & Dangerous Gordon McRuin ( Member in absentia ) says:

    Too late for me.

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  78. 326
    Endemol says:

    Great idea for a TV programme.
    Set in a prison, get together all of the jailed politicians, TV p’edos, murderer athletes, and call it…

    ‘I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here’

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  79. 330
    Winnie the Pooh says:

    Eastleigh Liberals still have the love for Chris Huhne.

    Like

  80. 334
    Is there ANYONE in entertainment who isn't a pervert? says:

    Michael Le Vell, who plays Kevin in ‘Coronation Street’, has been charged with child sex offences.

    Like

  81. 336
    Polly Tuscanee says:

    Ed Miliband “has the making of a brave and visionary leader”. Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha…..

    Like

  82. 338
    Bollocks Broadcasting Corporation says:

    We have decided it is in the interests of licence fee payers to employ ex Labour ministers and Labour luvvies on huge salaries.

    Like

  83. 340
    KEVIN WEBSTER says:

    I need to make a few adjustments to your daughters crotch

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  84. 341
    OSCAR PISTORIUS says:

    I’m guilty as hell
    in fact , i haven’t got a leg to stand on

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