February 17th, 2013

Read Guido’s Column in The Sun Today

The_Sun_17_2_2013There are 27 political stories in The Sun today. In Guido’s column you can find out:

  • About Cameron’s secret no photo-op visit.
  • Why the computer says ‘NO’ to CCHQ.
  • Why Prezza won’t be campaigning for the Labour candidate in Eastleigh.
  • Why online campaigner Claire Perry MP isn’t so anti-porn.
  • How a cancer charity cheered up parliamentary researchers.
  • Why Eddie Izzard’s frocks are not enough for power dressing.
  • If Downing Street is under-powered, we have figured out why…

The column isn’t online, so get down the newsagents and read it today for only 50p, or the follow-ups elsewhere next week…


474 Comments

  1. 1
    Owin Jones says:

    Anyone who has ‘Tory’ in their “Order Order” Monniker, along with their name as a prefix/suffix – Judgement Day was invented just for you.

  2. 2
  3. 3

    Oh bugger!

    No, no Owen, don’t get the wrong idea…

  4. 4
    Old England says:

    Anjam,grow up,theres’a good boy…help our green and pleasant land,and stop
    making a fool of yourself!!!!

  5. 5
    Oy Vey Maria says:

    YouGov:Lab 42%,Con 31%,LD 11%,Ukip 10%.Implied Labour majority 116. And Labour doesn’t even have any policies yet.

  6. 6
    Roscoe Rules says:

    I’ve just moved into a new place and the previous tenant left plenty of hidden gems.
    Mostly round the back off the loo.
    Thanks a lot you dirty fecker.

  7. 7
    Knocking with Ed says:

  8. 8
    V1le Labour ruined my Country says:

    When is this illiterate and ignorant whippersnapper going to be silenced? Maybe the ferret community need to visit him.

  9. 9
    Brock says:

    Bader Close. Is that where Chris Huhne Badgered Vicky?

  10. 10
    WVM says:

    Don’t you just love the great British public?

  11. 11
    A reporter from the Daily Planet says:

    On 16 January the Cameron Government promised a swift answer to this simple question : who put 29% horse meat into a Tesco 100% beef burger ?

    A month on the Government has found no answer whatsoever .

    People say Patterson should go but Cameron says no because he is so weak he cannot find a replacement and has already started plotting against the food industry.

    Remember you heard it here first from the Daily Planet.

    Remember you heard it first here on the Daily Planet

  12. 12
    It seems some people have very short memories says:

    I blame the BBC and C4.

  13. 13
    Axe The Telly Tax says:

    Michael Foot had a 20 point lead on Margaret Thatcher in early 1981.

    The Tories won the 1983 election with a landslide.

  14. 14
    Lord Prescott unused rusty sherrifs badge says:

    129% meat of any description sounds fookin good value to me

  15. 15
    It seems some people have very short memories says:

    Labour gave hundreds of billions of our tax money to the banks.

  16. 16
    8illyKebab says:

    8ugger ! Have newsagents started charging a 50p entrance fee now ?
    I only want to look at the pictures.

  17. 17
    Balls Grabbed by the Balls says:

  18. 18
    Residing in 96.99% white Merseyside says:

    Where’s the chap with the MAGGIE MAGGIE MAGGIE DIE DIE DIE t shirt?

  19. 19
    Residing in 96.99% white Merseyside says:

    Ah, The Sun. I remember it being on sale in Liverpool back in the 1980’s.

  20. 20
    Anonymous says:

    He’s making a fool of us not himself.

  21. 21
    FTFY says:

    It’s “But Labour doesn’t even have any policies yet.”

  22. 22
  23. 23
    Anonymous says:

    Heil Rupert!

  24. 24
    Residing in 96.99% white Merseyside says:

    What’s the point. Do they put them into action?

    I’ll say this for the previous Labour government they did a lot in their first few years in office.

    Minimum wage
    Devolution for Scotland and Wales
    London Mayor
    Social Chapter
    Partial reform of the HOL
    Human Rights Act

  25. 25

    Is Ellie is still in the hotel room?

  26. 26
    Where are Tony Blair's expenses says:

    Libdems excelling themselves with the Mansion Tax to include rental properties, holiday homes and your wife’s jewellry. Tax inpsectors to be given power of entry into your home to confirm your assets. That will make a good headline,”Tax inspector goes through wife’s underwear draw looking for jewellry”.

    Think back to 1972 when Harold Wilson introduced stamp duty on properties worth £40 k or more, he said at the time it was a tax only for the very wealthy and look where it applies now.

    All you smug people out there who think the mansion tax is only for people who have assets worth £2m just think what will happen when they include your pension pot in the calculations and 10 years from now with a couple of bouts of inflation it will include a great section of the middle class.

    This idea has been put togther by Alexander and Laws – a property flipper and £40k expenses cheat.

  27. 27
    Anonymous says:

    Is James Corden going to play him in the film version?

  28. 28

    You will have to put your Hatton.

  29. 29
    Residing in 96.99% white Merseyside says:

    I enjoyed my meat feast pizza as usual on Friday. Fortunately I only thought of horsemeat as I took the last bite.

  30. 30
    Residing in 96.99% white Merseyside says:

    Up our way they’ll give you a £1 just to take a copy for free!

  31. 31
    Busted Nokia says:

    has anyone seen that the lib dems are proposing forced entry to check your homes for valuables
    which they can tax?

  32. 32
    Peter Hitchens says:

    Who the fuck gave you a column in the Sun? C-U-N-T-S. How come some illterate arse like you can have a lucrative column while a highly-literate, erudite conservative like me is stuck with a blog on Mail Online? What a load of wank!

  33. 33
    Red red the colour of blood says:

    Murnahan had Burnham on interviewing him about everything but Stafford so we now know who’s side Sky is on and it’s not the publics

  34. 34
    Donald Trump, Lord Golfcart of Aberdeen says:

    Peter, Peter, Peter…calm it. Look, you commie-pinko Brits are always envious of others’ SUCCESS.

    Peter, in order to become SUCCESSFUL like myself and Guido you need to develop a more commercial attitude.

    It’s that which will make you SUCCESSFUL like me and stop you being a pinko-commie whinging Brit.

  35. 35
    Anonymous says:

    Families will be forced to pay tax on jewellery and other heirlooms under controversial new plans drawn up by the Liberal Democrats.

    Under the scheme, tax inspectors would get unprecedented new powers to go into homes and value rings, necklaces, paintings, furniture and other family treasures.

    Householders would be forced to pay a new ‘wealth’ levy on the assets – with the threat of fines for those who refused to let snoops value their possessions.

    A policy document seen by The Mail on Sunday spells out how the taxman ‘may have to visit homes to test values of jewellery, paintings, etc’.

    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2279810/Now-want-tax-jewellery-New-wealth-tax-plan-target-ALL-assets–including-buy-let-homes.html#ixzz2L9p2P95Z
    Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook

  36. 36
    Nudge Nudge Wink Wink 'Nuff Said says:

    Note to Ed B: Never be photographed like that, behind a woman with a smile on her face and you with a smile on yours. That’s how rumours start, innit?

  37. 37
    Anonymous says:

    Food Standards are an EU responsibility. Directive 178/2002

  38. 38
    John Prescott says:

    Dear Guido,

    I must take exceptication to your insinuatiation that I will not be attending Eastliegh. I have just spoken with Ed (the Special Needs one, not Balls) about my future camping role and he assurances me that I have a key role at Eastleigh as part of fronting the Age of Chancers initiative. As Ed will explain next week, in the Age of Chancers there will be equal opportunities and public-private partnership investment to achieve efficient outcomes for regeneration and growth but in the end the people will decide and that’s why I am pushing the Age of Chancers as the wave of the future in conjunction with Ed (the Balls one, not Special Needs Ed) as part of the camping and this will be central to Eastleigh. So up yours you suthern jessies!

  39. 39
    Socialists = Sociopaths says:

    We’re just nice, fluffy socialists, you know.

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    Owin Jones says:

    It is hugely embarrassing for David Cameron that he has had to have the difference between borrowing and debt explained to him.

  42. 42
    Hmmm says:

    Nice to see Harold Lloyd out an about again.

  43. 43
    And another one bites the dust says:

    Beatles early collaborator Tony Sheridan dies at 72 http://www.lfpress.com/2013/02/17/beatles-collaborator-tony-sheridan-dies?utm_medium=referral&utm_source=t.co

  44. 44
    Ed Balls - Shallow Chancer says:

    You can’t see my left hand, can you ?

  45. 45
    Anonymous says:

    If Cameron and Osborne aren’t kicked out of office within the next few months you will have Labour in government after the next general election.

  46. 46
    Moussa Koussa's pet meerkat says:

    “My love for Ashley by topless bisexual nympho” says the front cover.

    What a load of Murdoch shit and a complete waste of trees.

  47. 47
    Moussa Koussa's pet meerkat says:

    David Cameron is hugely embarrassing. Full stop.

  48. 48
    Hmmm says:

    Do you think O’Farrell’s IRA support has anything to do with him coming from Republic of Ireland stock?

  49. 49
    Owin Jokes says:

    Said the Einstein of economics……


  50. 50
    P l e b says:

    Surely no one with more than one braincell buys the Sun?

  51. 51
    Wotta Tossa Skid Mark 6 says:

    ‘I’m looking at the man in the mirror….’

  52. 52
    ████ ' changed my tune' Hoon says:

    There’s lies, damned lies and LibDem barefaced lies…..

  53. 53
    Tom Pride says:

    “The Prime Minister, David Cameron, is seeking to urgently end the outbreak of Foot-in-Mouth disease which has broken out in his party during the Eastleigh by-election after the Tory candidate there – Maria Hutchings – said all state education was too crap for her son.

    Although the Tory candidate is thought to be the worst affected member in the party at the moment, there have been many other outbreaks of Foot-in-Mouth disease which is estimated by experts to have cost the Conservative Party as many as 50 seats at the last general election.

    The latest case of Foot-in-Mouth – which experts say Ms Hutchings is particularly prone to – broke out at the weekend amid frantic attempts by the Tory Party to quarantine the sick cow and halt the disease spreading to other parts of the party.”

  54. 54
    It's the Sun wot did it says:

    Ah, but didn’t the Sun help get Bliar elected, so that he and the rest of the evil cnuts could rinse the country?

  55. 55
    Uncle Guido says:

    Quit sayin’ those cuss words. Massa Murdoch he get real upset when he be readin’ those cuss words on his blog.

  56. 56
    Tom Pride says:

    “Tory MP Jesse Norman – author of Cameron’s favourite book The Big Society – decided the tragic death of Reeva Steenkamp was so funny he just had to tweet a Valentine’s joke about it.

    This is what Norman tweeted:

    “Roses are red. Violets are glorious. Never sneak up, On Oscar Pistorious.”

    Obviously Norman decided it was a little bit too bad taste even for him to make fun of the tragic death of a young woman – so he deleted the tweet soon after.

    Unluckily for him – it’s not so easy for politicians to cover up their tracks these days.”

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    Jed says:

    I do hope someone has passed on to the poor unfortunate girl’s family the concern and compassion being shown by the bunch of scum running this country

  59. 59
    Phil Space says:

    What a dick! If anyone saw The Last Leg last night they will have seen 3 comedians treating this issue with a great deal of sensitivity. This tweet from an MP – someone who has been elected to run our country deserves to be sacked.

  60. 60
    Residing (very posh word) in 96.99% white Merseyside says: says:

    I bet you can’t guess what paper I don’t like.

    I can also talk about other things, and that.

  61. 61
    Jane Birkin from Paris says:

    I would just like to thank you English for having during January 2013 slaughtered six horses and then exported their bute ridden carcasses to France where on your own admission they “may have entered the food chain “.

    Thank you so much England .

  62. 62
    Hugh Janus says:

    That was in the days when the Conservative Party was led by a Conservative.

  63. 63
    Anonymous says:

    Haha, I bet that’s what you say when you roll up at your local mental institution wearing your shellsuit and smoking a cigar.

  64. 64
    Anonymous says:

    Are you suggesting that Cameron and Co fight another Falklands War, just to stay in office?

  65. 65
    Con Artists says:

    I think you’ll find in today’s ComRes poll that the Libdem idiots are last, the Con idiots are 2nd, and UKIP third, rising strongly.

    Lab 36%
    Cons 31%
    UKIP 14%
    Lib Dem. 8%

    http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/david-cameron-fifth-in-poll-of-pms-of-past-50-years-8498160.html

  66. 66
    Anonymous says:

    the vibrational energy of the word mong is the reverse tick……the inverted nike logo…but when yu play around with the sound….would yu believe it you get the beautiful petal shape….so try the different combinations of sound…mouth or nasal vary the depth….volume can vary. all shapes have a nudging quality some little…..some a lot.
    .
    all words which have smeared….have pawar.
    now change the word by adding ri and you get pariwar.
    the strong energy we can get from our blood relations.
    this is is at heart
    the base of all our strength.
    hence divide n rule is the motto of the night.

  67. 67
    anon. says:

  68. 68
    Con Artists says:

    I would only they are not British, are they ?

    That’s the whole point.

    All those feckers postal voting for labour are recent immigrants, legal or otherwise.

    Tax the rich, give more money to the unemployable and EU… That’s the Conservative and Labour and LibDem mantra.

  69. 69
    Hmmm says:

    Thank Ireland for sending it to the UK in the first place

  70. 70
    Con Artists says:

    Trot along now, nothing to see here.

  71. 71
    Residing in 96.99% white Merseyside says:

    Nice to know there’s hardly anyone up here who has only one braincell.

  72. 72
    Anonymous says:

    stop getting embarressed, u liddle gurl.
    but then there is honesty in a child.

  73. 73
    Tay King-dePisse says:

    Here comes Fatty with a sack o’ shit– and it ain’t even Christmas!
    Oh, go and tuck into about 67 Findus Lasagnes (made from only the finest viande de cheval) like you usually do, and let’s hear no more from you, Tubby!

  74. 74
    Jesse Norman MP says:

    Let’s not go jumping the gun here…

  75. 75
    History says:

    Channeling Meinhof ?

  76. 76

    I have told you before that I 8illy is my fag – go and find your own – goodness knows there are plenty on here.

  77. 77

    Yeah. I know. And how do you get your dog’s teeth clean?

  78. 78
    UKIP Rising says:

    Vote UKIP.

  79. 79
    The Beast of Oldland Common says:

    The FSA are absolutely hopeless .

    I think they should all be sacked and we start again employing competent people .

  80. 80
    CRMM finally says something funny says:

    @CRRM
    You endless comments on here are typically pathetic – actually always pathetic – and you constant references to you dashing out to town to meet friends rather suggest that you may not have very many, if any.
    However, this comment was funny – very funny.

  81. 81

    They have always been specialists on forced entry. You have to stand guard over your back passage.

  82. 82
    Fog says:

    The libdems are the craziest bunch of fuckwits, ever. The Gestapo party. They want to rule every aspect of everyone’s lives and tax you (annually) on your earrings. They’ll poke their noses into our insurance policies to see what we’re insuring.

  83. 83

    Oh. I do apologise.

    It was not meant to be funny.

  84. 84
    GTF says:

    How many more variations of “scousers don’t buy the Sun” do you know?

  85. 85
    anon. says:

  86. 86
    CRMM finally says something funny says:

    Exactly, you are a twat and I won five pounds

  87. 87
    Harold Lloyd says:

    Ah, but now the big clock on the wall says it’s time to leave you once more…

  88. 88
    BBC lying here says:

    I note the BBC have nothing on the Eastleigh Labour candidates odious views.
    They did manage to have 3 stories having a go at the baby eating Tories though.

  89. 89
    Yvette Mosthanunted says:

    Are there any grounded spirits here? Knock twice if the answer is yes and three times if it’s no. If its just Ed then don’t bother.

  90. 90
    Owin Joans says:

    Vote UKIP

  91. 91
    NHS safe in Labours hands says:

    Has Burnham responded to the Stafford report as he said he would last week
    Why the feck don’t the Tories go to town on the twat
    If thy don’t they are done for

  92. 92
    Owen Jones talks shit says:

    Owin Jones says:
    February 17, 2013 at 12:21 pm
    It is hugely embarrassing for David Cameron that he has had to have the difference between borrowing and debt explained to him.

    That was Balls you twat not Cameron

  93. 93
    T'Old Fella says:

    Created more laws than any government
    Went into two wars not one
    Mysterious deaths that can not be easily explaned
    Yes they did get involved in a lot of things

  94. 94
    Anonymous says:

    Shock!

    Owen Jones sees nothing wrong with wishing Thatcher dead and supporting the Argentine military junta jack boot invasion of the Falklands.

  95. 95

    We had a banking industry which lasted for almost three centuries in forms we now recognise without any major tragedies. It was all thrown over in 13 years under the Brown/Balls Wrecking Mechanism (that sounded so good that I capitalised it.)

    There are few people in the industry now who remember that economies worked in cycles, or that this phenomenon was a natural correction mechanism. Everything which has been done has protected the wrong people and made the innocent pay for the sins of the guilty. Considering Barclays and Lloyds were both originally Quaker family led banks, that is a horrendous irony.

    The FSA never had a proper purpose or remit. They did not know what they were supposed to be doing. They were staffed by no marks from top to bottom. They have cost a packet and have learned nothing. The knackered horses which went into the Findus meals could have done better.

    So, Mr Beast, in conclusion, I agree with your sentiment but how are we going to find these competent people? They don’t exist.

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    BBC reporter says:

    What comment? That was a baby eating Tory that said that and if it wasn’t then by the time we have finished the report people will believe it was.

  97. 97
    Andy Burnham says:

    Unluckily for him – it’s not so easy for politicians to cover up their tracks these days.”

    Don’t you believe it pal!

  98. 98

    Congratulations. Bet you can’t make it into a million.

  99. 99
    Owing Bones says:

    He a leftie that’s how. Vile scum

  100. 100
    Owin Jones says:

    That’s done it !

    I’m applying for a super injunction right away.

  101. 101
    Anonymous says:

    Who are the one in ten who intend to Lib Dem? Can they be removed from the gene pool?

  102. 102
    Judge Owen Jones says:

    Who is this cock blogging on “Order Order”?

  103. 103
    T'Old Fella says:

    They have one, a ten pence starting rate of tax and mansion tax so that will fix B’liar

  104. 104
    Johann Hari says:

    I’m more suspicious of Labour politicians not attacked by the Mail than those who are. Ultimate vindication. Proud to back.

  105. 105
    T'Old Fella says:

    Oh how is the star Euro trougher these days, probably hoping he will be able to trough in 2 parliaments instead of one

  106. 106
    Johann Hari says:

    BTW Owen. Fancy some bumsex?

  107. 107
    Mullah Owen Jones says:

    Jihad = Struggle.

    The rest should follow.

  108. 108
    T'Old Fella says:

    Did Dave passed GCSE grade 3 in maths?

  109. 109
    T'Old Fella says:

    And Gideon just keeps on giving and giving

  110. 110
    Rude Mong Watch says:

    Lester Bangs:’The ultimate sin of any performer is contempt for the audience.’

    He responded to that tweet, with an attack.

    Things not going so well in Jonestown ?

  111. 111
    Oscar Pistorius's rather twitchy trigger finger says:

    You are neither funny nor informative. If you had a brain you might have a view but I doubt it.

  112. 112
    Don't be a sore loser says:

    Sometimes you should just accept that you lost, rather than compound your embarrassment with another twatish comment.

  113. 113
    T'Old Fella says:

    Aye B’Liar was very close to Murdoch and his cohorts, I am not really sure who groomed who.

  114. 114
    Curly says:

    That little fact has been blatantly obvious for quite some while. David Millipede had a whole 10 minutes to himself a few days ago, spouting bollocks on who knows what. One of the daytime presenters is vaguely pro-Cameron, but he is so vague I can’t even recall his name.

  115. 115
    T'Old Fella says:

    “TwitPic @TwitPic” well they have something right

  116. 116
    Ed Milliwatt says:

    Snap! My daddy also wanted Britain to lose a war.

  117. 117
    Owin Jones says:

    Good to see Guido being held to account of his own hypocrisy!

  118. 118
    A Reporter from the Daily Planet says:

    The Daily Planet understands the police want to arrest a previously prominent Conservative in connection with unsavoury allegations involving a minor .

    Remember you heard this first from the Daily Planet

  119. 119
    T'Old Fella says:

    Not very good toilet paper unless you want a black bum

  120. 120
    Curly says:

    So does Gideon, does he not? 185th Baron of Much O’Wallpaper or something.

  121. 121
    Loopy Lou says:

    You could look to Canada .

  122. 122
    local vet says:

    small brush .. toothpaste and a dustbin lid down my trousers

  123. 123
    T'Old Fella says:

    Murdoch has to keep on side with reilious right and tea party folks

  124. 124
    Flies to piles of sh1t says:

    Amazing how Labour attracts Brit haters. Or more concisely, English haters.

  125. 125
    T'Old Fella says:

    David Cameron?

  126. 126
    Owin Jones says:

    They all laughed when I said I was going to be a comedian. They’re not laughing now.

  127. 127
    Curly says:

    That’s enough from Uranus for today thank you.

  128. 128
    Owin Jones says:

    Oh, to be so middle class.

  129. 129
    Owin Jones says:

    Hat -Trick coming up ladies and gentlemen.

  130. 130
    Anonymous says:

    Not seen it on you tube but Khan is asked about John O’Farrell’s abhorrent views in this well hidden video.

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-21491157

  131. 131
    handbagged says:

    just stick your nosebag on jane and do one

  132. 132
    Con Artists says:

    David CaMoron and Prick Clegg should have their £500k pa euro jobs and pensions before long, don’t worry about that, and the UK will be paying for it at £50m per day.

    Meanwhile the legacy they’ve left is destroying this country and bankrupting us with unsustainable immigration all paid for by ever increasing taxs and deeper cuts to services.

    None of this can be changed because 75% of laws are now set by the unelected EU…. Which all of LibLabCon want more, and more, and more and more of… All to be paid for by the idiot pleb workers…

    The Conservative backbone was ripped out by a Romanian abattoir years ago and sold to a tax exciled but UK operating big business as a value range halal lasagne years ago… Ohhh the irony makes me piss myself with laughter..

  133. 133
    Nonces, thieves and quislings says:

    I wonder who it could be.

    I’m off to Lyon. God help Great Britain.

  134. 134
    John's Son says:

    Ahhhh, the wonderful MostHaunted. The crew whistling and throwing stones under the cover of darkness and claiming it was all down to evil spirits. Still, it made them rich. Just shows to show how dumb the British viewing public are.

  135. 135
    Point of Information says:

    No. That was John O’Farrell.

  136. 136
    Anonymous says:

    Con Artists, so why didn’t IDS send him to fill shelves in a super market?

  137. 137
    Left foot auto sodomizing says:

    Labour:

    Frustrated it cannot stand on Thatcher’s grave, and supporting terrorism in Brighton, blowing up bedroom tax.

  138. 138
    V1le Labour ruined my Country says:

    John O’Farrell truly represents Labour, he’s just about the most disgusting fool imaginable. I hope all he wishes Maggie bounces back on him, Karma!

  139. 139
    Concreting over the countryside is good for Britain, the environment and my pocket says:

    Where else are the Poles going to build the new homes for the Pakistanis, Nigerians, Somalis and Romanians?

    Be reasonable.

  140. 140
    Casual Observer says:

    Apparently links to Sidney Cook and his cohorts. Could get uncomfortable against for those who covered up in !slington.

  141. 141
    Point of Information says:

    Sadiq Khan tries to make the case ‘funny but not funny’ and that the statements were made 20 years ago.

    That actually makes the statements even more damning as he was rooting for the terrorists even closer to the event whilst the !RA were still involved in active campaigns on the mainland.

    He perhaps should be arrested under the anti-terror laws, like certain clerics have been.

  142. 142
    Anonymous says:

    No using the Tradesman’s Entrance this time.

  143. 143
    EU Watch says:

    That the EU is forged in part on child r@pe fundamentally undermines its legitimacy.

    The Commission should understand this.

  144. 144
    America got the puritans, Australia the convicts, Canada got the Fabians says:

    Canada’s economy is held up by commodity exports, cheap imports from Ch!na and blatant government manipulation of the banking sector.

  145. 145
    Casual Observer says:

    They have always been radical.

    However, right now they appear to be a party on the way out.

    Why go quietly ?

    In any case they may just be dramatically front running some of the crazier policy ideas which are floating around Westminster at present.

  146. 146
    Anonymous says:

    Mind your, she was willing to sink a useless WW2 warship and start a needless little war – just to help her election chances. Rejoice!, Rejoice!

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  148. 148
    Frankenstein's Cat says:

    It’s not cricket.

  149. 149
    Casual Observer says:

    The Indy had a reputation for being a bit spooky.

    But really, the axis of Indy-BBC-Grauniad is strong.

    That the security services do not have agents placed in media organizations is an incredible proposition.

  150. 150
    Jack says:

    Guido

    Re your reference to the Iain Martin article on need for civil service reform

    Martin says that this man is regarded as a reformer…

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2213626/SPECIAL-INVESTIGATION-Sir-Jeremy-Heywood-centre-incestuous-nexus-lobbying-end-independence-BAE.html

    He is the problem not the solution FFS

  151. 151
    Hang The B@stards says:

    If that bunch of twats knocked on my door I would give them all a SLAP.

  152. 152
    Tom Thumb says:

    Labour leader Ed Miliband is trying to avoid going into an NHS hospital after it was identified that Labour had failed to be sickened by the poisoned pen of John O’Farrell.

    O’Farrell’s frustrated masturbatory fantasy about the failure of the !RA to successfully slaughter then Prime Minister Thatcher as she innocently attended her toilet in a Brighton bathroom during the 80s is once again bringing the sociopathic truth of the Labour movement to the fore.

    When asked about this, senior Labour figures failed to give a direct answer, but did attempt to spin that since the book was written so close to the event that the words have less real meaning.

  153. 153
    Tay King-dePisse says:

    Though I’m sure a refresher course for Cameltoe could do no harm, either.
    Dave, as a PR man from way back, should be figuring this out for himself.
    (My invoice to follow, Prime Sinister.)

  154. 154
    moniker says:

    You are a bit of a prat, and you do spend an extraordinary amount of time posting on here. You need a new hobby.

  155. 155
    Jayne says:

    Anyone with any sense will be dancing on her grave when she finally croaks the old cow! Slowly and painfully with any luck! Off her rocker, yet not so dotty she can’t claim over £100k in expenses every year – now that’s some moment of clarity!

  156. 156
    Jayne says:

    we all know Cameron has been to the food bank on the sly, but was too gutless to show his fat sweaty face to the people he’s forced to use them, that was yesterdays news.

  157. 157
    Jayne says:

    This country is screwed – by 2015 nonceron and Gidiot would have borrowed more than all the rest of the previous idiots and we will be left footing the bill for their incompetence to the tune of 1.4 trillion, whilst they walk off into the sunset with their platinum handshakes and dopey dave can dip his trotter in the Ex PM’s expenses pot for life.

  158. 158
    Owin Jones says:

    You will find Nazism is socialism.

  159. 159
    Jayne says:

    The sun, written by tits, about tits, for tits – not even fit for loo roll! :) Reading for the brain dead and people who like rags full of lies.

  160. 160
    Propaganda Watch says:

    Am convinced myself that OJ Simpleton is being paid by someone to deliberately discredit all the basic principals of good propaganda so as they can be renewed.

    He’s a bit too obvious, like a Michael John Bettaney.

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    Operation Crossbow says:

    The great British public?

    10 million Abduls, Mohammads and Fatimas who have all been busy breeding over the last 15 years.

  163. 163
    CarryHole is a stupendous Hunt says:

    Thankyou for confirming that leftism is a religious movement, based on ignoring that the facts of live are conservative (Mrs Thatcher PBUH)..

  164. 164
    CarryHole is a stupendous Hunt says:

    @Con Artists.

    Google the word Jizya.

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    dirt says:

    http://www.anphoblacht.com/contents/22329

    Check out the photograph at the bottom of the page.
    Owen, and 2 Labour MPs, are quite happy to cavort with an IRA terrorist.

  166. 166
    CarryHole is a stupendous Hunt says:

    Sounds like Tat is projecting again.

  167. 167
    Fishy says:

    Stupid boy

  168. 168
    Frankenstein's Cat says:

    Is this the end for Schrodinger’s Cat?

    http://physics.aps.org/synopsis-for/10.1103/PhysRevLett.110.070403

  169. 169
    CarryHole is a stupendous Hunt says:

    > “Labour doesn’t even have any policies yet”

    I think you are confusing cause and effect. When they see the policies hopefully the BBC won’t be able to blind them to the fact the Magic Money Tree doesn’t exist.

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    CarryHole is a stupendous Hunt says:

    “Minimum wage”

    Yes, making it illegal to be employed really does help people get jobs.

  171. 171
    CarryHole is a stupendous Hunt says:

    80 Billion Deficit
    80 Billion Funding for Lending scheme

    Coincidence?

  172. 172
    CarryHole is a stupendous Hunt says:

    Hermaphrodites for Labour meeting?

  173. 173
    Left foot auto sodomizing says:

    So as distasteful as your repost of Thatcher is, you have not explained Labours fabrication of bedroom tax, or why they are fielding a candidate who expressed support for !RA terrorists during a time when their campaign on the mainland was still active ?

  174. 174
    Ed Milibandwagon says:

    Don’t give them ideas, for heaven’s sake.
    Give then to me instead – my need is greater.

  175. 175
    CarryHole is a stupendous Hunt says:

    Is that because all the shops closed because no-one works there?

  176. 176
    Anonymous says:

    You are not clever. You are not funny. What do you do?

  177. 177
    CarryHole is a stupendous Hunt says:

    To take a nice simple Land Value tax (allowing 90% of the tax office to do more useful things with their p45s) and fuck it up so amazingly takes a special type of stupid, Lib Dem stupid..

  178. 178
    CarryHole is a stupendous Hunt says:

    Still better written and less outright lies than the Grauniad.

  179. 179
    CarryHole is a stupendous Hunt says:

    So he’s not a NIMBY…

    No wonder Dave’s con party is imploding.

  180. 180
    Schrödinger's cat says:

    Whoever proved I had a beginning to enable such an end?

  181. 181
    CarryHole is a stupendous Hunt says:

    >They did not know what they were supposed to be doing.

    CRMM I beg to disagree. Gordon needed as much credit as possible, and they made it happen.

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    CarryHole is a stupendous Hunt says:

    Thatcher (PBUH) controlled the Argentine military?!

    I think the insane left imagine she’s more godlike than even the right’s most fervent supports of Mrs Thatcher (PBUH) .

  183. 183
    CarryHole is a stupendous Hunt says:

    Opaque bureaucracy that’s good at PR but little else except costing a bundle…

    BBC
    MI5-6.

    Be afraid.

  184. 184
    Labour...filth...just filth says:

    Chris Bryant beating the indignant labour immigration drum on the Beeb… another slimey expedient creep on manoeuvres

  185. 185

    @Your Most Excellent Monikerness CHiaSH

    I do not think we are at odds here. If you agree they did not have a proper purpose or remit, then it logically follows that no one really knows what they were supposed to do. Of course a remit was actually set out. But as it was based upon a faulty premise, it could never be effective.

    Their regulatory attention was directed at bank customer level and not at high level supervision of the sort that the BoE had previously performed to an adequate standard (note: I did not say a perfect one!)

    If you have stayed with me so far, then let us appraise them on what they actually did attempt to regulate and, my God, what a surprise! They failed even on that level! Not in one area but in many.

    I cannot think of a better text book study case than this one as to why socialists should never be let anywhere near the levers of financial power. It keeps on giving, badly!

  186. 186
    Ruling Elite says:

    We should cut off benefits to anyone who doesn’t have the skills to get a job!!!

  187. 187
    Pleb Gate says:

    Heywood was involved in an attempt to fit someone up recently, wasn’t he ?

  188. 188
    Jed says:

    Apparently Oscar shot her in the face with a starter pistol. The police are treating it as a race issue.

  189. 189
    CMRM finally says something funny says:

    I have just wet myself – again

  190. 190
    Phil from Pentonville says:

    Q . How many people have been charged with taking penalty points on their driving licences for other people during the last 14 days ?

    A. Not nearly enough .

    ACTION : Investigate arrest charge convict imprison

  191. 191
    old SHEP says:

    “That is not dead which can eternal lie,
    and with strange aeons even death may die.”

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

    “walk off into the sunset”? You stupid little filly! I ‘ll be chauffeured off to the sunset!

    And I’m hardly ‘dopey’ – I’ll be jolly rich, for life, thanks to you dreadful little oiks!

    Right, well I’m off to India soon to tell those nice chaps that there’s no limit to how many of them can come and live here. I know I promised I’d reduce immigration, but that was a lie. Now, with all these nice chaps arriving, plus the hundreds of thousands I’m letting in from Romania etc, your wages will fall and your children (brats that they are, no doubt!) will go on the dole. And here’s my masterstroke: when your horrid little sprogs go on the dole (because my beloved immigrants have taken their jobs), I’ll pack your brats off to Poundland, where they’ll work as slave labour! By jove! Your kids will work a whole day and not be able to buy a single thing Poundland sell! Spiffing!

    Guuuffffffff- haw haw haw haw haw haw haw haw haw!!

    Toodle pip!

  193. 193
    One-term Dave, dragging the Tories to their grave, says:

    We should jolly well cut off benefits to people who are (a) unemployed because I’m flooding Britain with cheap immigrant labour and (b) who refuse to work as slaves for my multimillionaire chums, what what!

    Tally ho!

  194. 194
    Christine Lizarde says:

    That would be most MPs.

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    The BBC will continue to do as they are told by those at 90 York Way.

    The Magic Money Tree which exists at that exalted address will continue to flourish and grow.

    Thus spake Zarathustra.

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    old SHEP says:

    Generally speaking they should concentrate their attentions on the gangs of people (of a certain nationality) making multiple insurance claims after deliberately staging road accidents, just led to another fatality. Anybody prepared to get a grip on this scam?, hello DVLA, hello Police!.

  198. 198
    Casual Observer says:

    This merger is more about holding down costs for the Pentagon by providing some sort of competition to L-M / Boeing:

    http://www.forbes.com/sites/lorenthompson/2012/09/17/euro-tiger-the-logic-of-a-bae-systems-eads-merger/

    NB: EADS and the success of airbus was in part driven by corruption in Canada related to the purchase of planes for Air Canada. See the Schrieber / Mulroney affair for further details of what happened.

  199. 199

    @Your Most Excellent Monikerness: America got the puritans, Australia the convicts, Canada got the Fabians.

    So they are doing one thing better than we are then… ;-)

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    Point of Information says:

    There could be an interest in allowing that to continue for the time being.

    i) Increased accident stats help justify police budget for traffic patrol etc.
    ii) Increased accident stats allow insurance companies to increase premiums.

    Like other benefits to turning a blind eye to this as well.

  201. 201
    JabbaTheCat says:

    We should have a whip round to buy Milimong a donkey jacket and then the job will be complete…

  202. 202
    JabbaTheCat says:

    Lol…a man after me own heart there TOF…

  203. 203
    Cost-Plus says:

    This article explains more:

    http://tinyurl.com/9bu9gl5

    Check Mulr0ney and A!r Canada for detail on how A!rbus got a leg up via brown envelopes.

  204. 204
    Anonymous says:

    = get Labour

  205. 205
    Anonymous says:

    = get more corrupt fraudsters

  206. 206

    Excellently illustrating the complete abandonment of ethical input into policy making and tactics.

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  208. 208
    Professor Duff' says:

    Cut Off Their Goolies

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    Anonymous says:

    It was a tragedy for all the Argentinian tourists on board.

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    old SHEP says:

    Not Iron Maiden.

  212. 212

    Indeed. Although I am quite fond of them too.

    Given the way we can now search for information there is a case for the deliberate misquote to assist in identifying derivative from original.

  213. 213
    Read Guido’s Column in The Sun Today? says:

    The_Sun_17_2_2013There are 27 political stories in The Sun today. In Guido’s column you can find out:

    About Cameron’s secret no photo-op visit.
    Why the computer says ‘NO’ to CCHQ.
    Why Prezza won’t be campaigning for the Labour candidate in Eastleigh.
    Why online campaigner Claire Perry MP isn’t so anti-porn.
    How a cancer charity cheered up parliamentary researchers.
    Why Eddie Izzard’s frocks are not enough for power dressing.
    If Downing Street is under-powered, we have figured out why…

    The column isn’t online, so get down the newsagents and read it today for only 50p, or the follow-ups elsewhere next week…

    *Nods off already*

  214. 214
    Point of Information says:

    Thinking further into the phenomena of zombie funds (closed-funds) and how they are funded (in part from investment by insurance companies) helps explain some further motivations for turning the blind eye.

    That goes back several threads ago to the Resolution institutes report on standard of living drop and the economic miracle that is Clive Cowdery. The UK life insurance / private pension industry needs all the help it can get at present.

  215. 215
    rebekah aka nellnewman says:

    Soon I hope!!

  216. 216
    Point of Information says:

    This could also explain why Major came out very pro Europe at Chatham House the other day.

    Carlyle Group will have a lot of interest in this, both sides of the pond.

    US defense cuts are going to happen, competition is one way of pushing down contractor costs so that you can acquire the same amount of force for less $’s.

    All of this will be private equity / non publicly listed firms, so no chance for public to profit. The actors are clear, what is in it for the nation though ?

    Cameron has a very strong negotiating position here, lets hope he does not screw it up. If history is a guide…

  217. 217
    rebekah aka nellnewman says:

    Just heard the most ridiculous woman on Sky – a lady kennedy – of all stupid names – so hardly one of us plebs – defending judges who refuse to deport violent criminals because it ‘deprives them of their right to family life’

    I just bet she’s a pal of the bliars!

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    old SHEP says:

    I think I get your drift, but the trouble with deliberate misquotes is you can guarantee that there will be a load of people that just don’t get it, get it?.

  219. 219
    rebekah aka nellnewman says:

    +100

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    Point of Information says:

    See above the thread started: #144 for a real example of abdication of ethics in decision making.

    The issue mentioned there is perhaps the single most important one ongoing for the UK at present.

  221. 221
    Point of Information says:

    And they want to ban Frosties.

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    My eyeballs are, literally, glued to this blog says:

    Durrrr…..This blog was slagging the “dead-tree” press up until a few months ago. Now the cúnt wants us buy some extra arse-wipe, at 50p a pop, in an attempt to double our apathetic misery , FFS.

  223. 223
    A Greed says:

    + 100000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000

  224. 224
    P Rezza says:

    He’s nowhere near fat enough to play obese Eddie B.

  225. 225
    rebekah aka nellnewman says:

    Ha! Tesco’s now admit that they had cut costs by cutting back on quality control – we talked about that on this Blog days ago.

    Tell us something we don’t know Tesco’s !!

  226. 226
    rebekah aka nellnewman says:

    I bet Tesco’s suspected horsemeat was going into their cheaper products but never bothered to find out. Just like DefRa and the EU food inspectors knew and turned a blind eye to it all!!

  227. 227
    Arnold J Rimmer says:

    John O’Farell is an Irish turd who celebrated the Brighton bombing. He should be executed for treason

  228. 228
    just read the adv*rts, FFS says:

    Pee* St*ins grew a wine gut and a little hippie beard, cashed in his chips, and is now farming horse-dung in his native North London.
    Any connection to this blog is entirely financial.

  229. 229
    (I don't need no doctor) says:

    Life is cheap to labour e.g. Iraq, Afghanistan, UK.

    Burnham and Johson are scum, that’s the reason they have not resigned.

    Miliband will take no action, and will say it was Gordon Brown’s fault.

  230. 230
    Porky Pig says:

    I was at a classical concert last night and who should I see in the audience but Eric Pickles, arms crossed and looking grumpy. Actually, that’s how he always looks.

  231. 231
    rebekah aka nellnewman says:

    +100

  232. 232
    0207 6081 140 says:

    *SHOUTS* I’VE BEEN COMING HERE FOR FIVE YEARS AND HAVE NEVER SEEN, LET ALONE READ, A SINGLE A*VERT.

  233. 233
    Anonymous says:

    National Socialists.

  234. 234
    ano says:

    You needn’t splash out on classical do-dahs for that kind of entertainment, sir. Just tune in to The Six O’clock News with Huw Edwards.

  235. 235
    confused.... says:

    is that the great unlashed ?

  236. 236
    Residing in 96.99% white Merseyside says:

    50p is probably all they’ll get in the whole of Merseyside today!

  237. 237
    I could eat a horse right now says:

    I dialed it – they asked if I wanted stuffed crust with extra analog cheese

  238. 238
    rebekah aka nellnewman says:

    You only need to look at the tragedies of stalin’s russia – which militwit’s father and grandfather supported – to see how they never valued the lives of their people.

  239. 239
    Residing in 96.99% white Merseyside says:

    Boobs or no boobs – we don’t buy The Sun in the Greater Liverpool area.

    They might be a few buy it in the posh parts but they would never admit it.

  240. 240
    Drivèl-Watch says:

    Don’t bother. It’s just the usual drivèl. Pfffft.

  241. 241
    fitz fitz says:

    Working for the Murdoch dollar ! With Mary Beard …

  242. 242
    Gideion Osborne says:

    Well said vote UKIP

  243. 243
    Residing in 96.99% white Merseyside says:

    There

  244. 244
    fitz fitz says:

    … do we mean Polish, Bulgarian, islamist or what ?

  245. 245
    IDS says:

    Youve sussed us.

  246. 246
    jeremy hunt says:

    Its called incest here.

  247. 247
    Ted Heath says:

    How true.

  248. 248
    Nick Cleggo says:

    Yes vote UKIP

  249. 249
    Eddie Boys Bandwagon Tour leaks dept says:

    get labour…you just don’t listen

  250. 250
    Just Asking says:

    Surely there’s no chance of there being dinosaur DNA in my Asda Bolognese is there?

  251. 251
    Jimmy says:

    Have you all retweeted your CCHQ talking points yet?

  252. 252
    Yvette the Impaler says:

    you won’t see it again either if I catch you twitching that snatch

  253. 253
    Vince cable says:

    5-10 mps next time?

  254. 254
    EU Watch says:

    EU regulations also make it illegal for the UK to ban import of products from other EU states.

    Consumers: Time to stop buying.

  255. 255
    love technology says:

    so in the future with the advent of 3d printing of bodyparts, holographic presence, people would not need to actually physically arrive here ?

  256. 256
    lord jay of abf fame says:

    No

    But there is plenty of pork in your koosha berger

  257. 257
    Woolyback says:

    Well in Morrisons Ellesmere Port they sold out of the Sun Newspaper within half an hour from coming into the cafe ordering and eating eating my horse pie, should have been a desperate Dan one but they were out of them and going out, now is Ellesmere Port on Merseyside?

  258. 258
    nigel farage says:

    Who shot the sherrif

  259. 259
    Residing in 96.99% white Merseyside says:

    Iceland’s boss in on C4 News defending his products and (good for him) telling Krishnan Gurumurthy to stop interrupting.

    Funnily enough, I was in my local Iceland yesterday and although it’s normally busy it was absolutely packed. Nobody is being put off apparently.

    I like shopping there even if with my benefits and pensions I could afford Waitrose but we don’t have one anyway.

  260. 260
    Legal Eagle says:

    This is all b/s.

    Politicians cannot dictate what judges do and vice versa. The day that starts to happen in the UK it would be a good idea to leave.

    The judges themselves have their hands tied by the EU laws and ECHR which are on statutes and which themselves have higher jurisdiction over UK courts.

    You have Labour to thank for that as the treaties which set this up were signed when they were in office.

  261. 261
    Lady Virginia Droit de Seigneur says:

    Not content with shilliing for Desmond, Guido starts shilling for Murdoch.

    It’s known as the Ian Hislop career path.

  262. 262
    Universal Hiss says:

    A jock? She is no doubt Helena Kennedy well known leftie uman rites lawyer.

    Bound to be a member of the jock mafia.

  263. 263
    angela merkel says:

    What a cheek I havve you know I get all my world vision from it.

  264. 264
    HenryV says:

    And cutting fair wages for those in a job too so bosses can get more from their assets.

    I wonder how many minimum wage jobs are actually £7.50 or £8.00 an hour jobs? Even £9 an hour?

  265. 265
  266. 266
    A small, slightly smelly person says:

    Have you stopped torturing your catamite?

  267. 267
    moniker says:

    Fuck off 8illy

  268. 268
    Ronald Reagan says:

    Yes rejoice you fuckwit

  269. 269
    athtro turfer says:

    Yeth. Yeth. vote ukip.

  270. 270

    The self-referential strikes again. There is no escape. ;-)

  271. 271
    love technology says:

    life is energy, we live by stealing energy from other organisms by taking their life. As supposedly an intelligent, responsible species we try to make the transition for our prey as happy an experience as possible. There are benefits in this approach as it is well know fact that a frightened animal releases toxins into it’s muscles which we then ingest. If livestock lives in paradise and then suddenly dies it does not release the toxins and we get tasty meat to eat.
    you could say that those farmed animals would not exist if it was not for us, you could also say that there are far too many people about and the best arrangement would be to be existing amongst wild animals in a fertile environment and we gather just what we need as and when.

  272. 272
    Lord tebbitt says:

    Jayne go and f@ck youself

  273. 273
    Scot in Liverpool says:

    There are no posh parts to Merseyside, but me and my mates (who include lots of Scousers) all buy it regular

  274. 274
    CRMM is proud to be gay says:

    As long as he never shills for the fucking BBC, I’m still in.

  275. 275
    rebekah aka nellnewman says:

    And no doubt given titles and made rich by bliar or gordon.

    OMG all these talentless people in positions of power!!

  276. 276
    Realist says:

    Very true. But you haven’t explained how I’ll be able to charge my phone?

  277. 277
    Adolf Hitler says:

    How true.

  278. 278

    Know I shouldn’t say this so I am going to say it. The man looks like a snivelling worm. There!

    Another long list of the major components of our civic society which have become completely corrupted will only weary people on a Sunday evening so I shall desist, just this once. ;-)

  279. 279
    London Police Commissioner says:

    No

  280. 280
    Realist says:

    It’s where it always has been, in Cheshire. ‘Merseyside’ is a merely temporary political construct put in place by Heath as part of his plans for our ownership by the EU. One day both Merseyside and EU will die in the same way…

  281. 281
    London Police Commissioner says:

    of course

  282. 282
    Anonymous says:

    If you want a One Policy Party.

  283. 283
    CYNICAL OLD MAN says:

    It’s a YouGov poll, so the result is predictable , thanks to their method of weighting the results in heavily in favour of Labour’s Daily Mirror readers. What do expect when YouGove is owned by Peter Kellner, husband of the “fragrant” Labour plant (in both meanings of the word) E.U. “foreign secretary” Cathy Ashton.

  284. 284
    Censored Daily Mail says:

    The article you mention has been taken down. Interesting.

    http://tinyurl.com/a6cms49

  285. 285
    ████ ' changed my tune' Hoon says:

    Socialists & FibDems – lovely people…

  286. 286

    I have no problem in admitting to that assertion embodied in your moniker.

    My intended meaning of the last word would be in the old fashioned sense though.

  287. 287
    ronnie kray says:

    A proper scouser well done and keep up the good work.

  288. 288
    RED ED - SON OF BROWN says:

  289. 289
    CarryHole is a stupendous MI6 mole says:

    Guido’s column close to Toynbee. How about that ?

  290. 290
    love technology says:

    rub a ferret and a tortoise together silly

  291. 291
    Barings ex employee says:

    The problem is that the old boy’s network of good chaps has been destroyed. They used to see us right without making a public fuss if we made the odd mistake.

  292. 292

    The callous murderers: Andy Burnham and Alan Johnson…

  293. 293
    CRMM is proud to be gay says:

    In English please.

  294. 294

    I suspect that I get let sex than even 8illy! The Italian’s just don’t seem to go for my type.

  295. 295
    Socialists = Sociopaths says:

    I’ve re-tweeted this one.

  296. 296

    Did I really admit to that

    I must be looking for attention again

  297. 297

    Even if one were for the sake of argument to accept this as a hypothesis and then using the same basis of approach, where does that leave those culpable people who pulled the strings in the years from 1997 to 2010?

  298. 298
    love technology says:

    perhaps the fuckwit would like to say that face to face to the relatives of the people who died.

  299. 299
    CYNICAL OLD MAN says:

    Nell, Baroness Helena Kennedy is a Labour apparatchik through and through and was elevated to the Peerage by Blair. Hardly surprising she appeared on the BBC slamming the government. She’s a regular on Andrew Marr’s Sunday programme commenting on the day’s newspapers.

    I suspect she could be on the wrong side of the argument on this.

  300. 300
    Universal Hiss says:

    This……

    http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/crime/ira-plans-big-show-to-mark-easter-rising-8498150.html

    Hysterical nonsense? It is in the Indie after all but interesting reading.

  301. 301
    Cognitive Dissonance Is My Dangerous Obsession says:
  302. 302
    Anonymous says:

    Are you talking about the Something (work) for Nothing (a wage) Culture?

  303. 303
    Anonymous says:

    So you would prefer Fred the Shed back in office I take it?

    Is your name Susan Bor?

  304. 304
    Saddo says:

    Still have the import singles and a Beat Brothers album bought at NEMS. Unfortunately, I have no turntable to play them on any more…

  305. 305
    Jimmy says:

    Not sure I see the problem. As a moderate I don’t believe her literally to be Satan and therefore there seems no objection to her name being written on a cross. Was that your point?

  306. 306
    Anonymous says:

    You must publish a book of your amusing comments.

  307. 307
    love technology says:

    on this theme does anybody know when was a time when UK was independent in food and what size of population is supportable now with food produced in the UK with modern techniques ?

  308. 308
    Swollen Glands says:

    Time to take lessons from France, at the EU top table and paragon of virtue in obeying all EU rules, remember our lamb, remember our beef.

  309. 309
    Jimmy the Dhimmi says:

    There are none so blind as those who will not see.

  310. 310
    Anonymous says:

    People go on about the millions I murdered, but over look that the trains ran on time.

  311. 311
    Gordon Brown says:

    I can’t stop the washing machine howling like a dog

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    rebekah aka nellnewman says:

    Ah ! another bliar pal then like baroness uddin!!

    bliar and brown stuffed the HoL with these useless people – martin, sugar, foulkes, prescot and on and on!!

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    rebekah aka nellnewman says:

    And not to mention that Sue woman that gordon blamed for everything and then elevated her to the HoL as an apology!!

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    Jimmy says:

    “Is”, not “are”. You’re an example of ill educated oiks that Ms. Hutchings is trying to keep away from her son.

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    love technology says:

    that is not a washing machine Gordon

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    Anonymous says:

    While 255 British servicemen died, it did help that woman get re-elected.
    “Rejoice!, Rejoice!”

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    rebekah aka nellnewman says:

    Amusing to see labour folks all over the news tonight trying to defend the indefensible principle of uncontrolled immigration and judges refusing to deport violent immigrants on the basis of ‘right to family life’.

    Labour are on the wrong side of history here and cameron needs to seize the moment !! ++Sigh++ but don’t expect he will!!

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    alternatively nurse says:

    Gordon, stop pushing the tea towel up the dog’s bottom

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    rebekah aka nellnewman says:

    AndyBurnham is hoping his role in the NHS tragedy will be forgotten .

    He’d better think again – the families of loved one’s who died will NEVER forgive him for his :

    ‘hear no evil, see no evil and do nothing policy’ whilst trying to force through Trust Status at whatever cost to patients!!!

  320. 320
    Mark Twain says:

    A lie can travel halfway around the world while the truth is still putting on its shoes.

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    where the blind lead says:

    And yet many of them would and have and will still vote for the very party that killed their loved ones, I joked in 2010 that a lot of people would still vote labour if they enacted a plan to steal and then murder their kids, turns out it was their grandparents. Funny old world innit?

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    Casual Observer says:

    Would be more wary around key dates when the government would prefer bad news buried. We now know who the scapegoats may be.

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    Owin Jones says:

    Guido, in future can you keep these well reasoned and generally sensible opinions to yourself. There is absolutely no place for them in modern politics. Forums are about expressing a knee jerk overreaction in an unnecessary situation or to a situation that does not actually exist. Please consider this in any future post.

  324. 324
    rebekah aka nellnewman says:

    Yes. You are quite right!!

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    Point of information says:

    They were also killing premature babies and those who had deformities etc. Cutting fluid supply.

    Thanks to Labour we now know that it takes a baby about 10 days to die if you do not give it liquids.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2240075/Now-sick-babies-death-pathway-Doctors-haunting-testimony-reveals-children-end-life-plan.html

  326. 326
    rebekah aka nellnewman says:

    Lady helena Kennedy – made rich and appointed to HoL by bliar because she was a personal pal is a CommonPurpose person – what a surprise.

    The HoL is absolutely stuffed full of rubbish people like her!!

  327. 327
    Andy "Maybelline" Burnham says:

    I’ll be on telly today saying that hospitals are full because of Tory cuts. This is a good way to distract attention from my responsibility for the deaths of over 1000 people in Mid Staffs.

  328. 328
    rebekah aka nellnewman says:

    Just another version of the liverpool care pathway. Let’s just hope you or I dont get put on it if we’re admitted to hospital.

    Labour really were the epitomy of evil!

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    Carpe Jugulum says:

    Labour are in the wrong period.

    All parties attacking attacking judiciary is a worrying sign.

    They all know that the ECHR and EU are what have the judges hands tied on deportations.

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    Anonymous says:

    Any comment from stormfuhrer Burnham or stormfuhrer Johnson? Just following orders I suspect.

  331. 331
    Anonymous says:

    “Rejoice!, Rejoice!” was what that woman said outside No Ten – when asked about the start of the war. Now why should she have said that?

  332. 332
    anon. says:

    Those two killed more than Harold shipman!

  333. 333
    Point of information says:

    Wrong tense: Not were, but rather : are.

    It may be an idea not to give birth in an NHS hospital.

    The tax we pay should not be funding this.

  334. 334
    Ghost of Shipman says:

    And made more money out of it.

  335. 335
    Lady Virginia Droit de Seigneur says:

    O’Farrell is a long standing cnut.

    Throughout “Things Can Only Get Better” he bitches and whines about how nasty Tories are but his whole attitude relies he is even worse (as the Brighton bombing comments reveal).

    A genuine tw8t.

  336. 336
    Anonymous says:

    And don’t we know about his “well reasoned and generally sensible opinions”?

  337. 337
    Gordon Brown says:

    I never trust the hotel minibar

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    Residing in 96.99% white Merseyside says:

    Correct, it’s in Cheshire. Well known for it’s retail parks but I’ve not been there in years.

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    Winnie the Pooh says:

    Watched that Burnham interview on skynews earlier. It was that creepy looking ex BBC News man asking him the questions. Dermot Murnaghan very creepy, no mention of Mid staffs,it was just a love in.

  340. 340
    Anonymous says:

    She won the war, and then went on to win the next General Election.
    Is there not a possible link?

  341. 341
    Andy Burnham Response to Francis Report says:

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    Residing in 96.99% white Merseyside says:

    You won’t see it on sale anywhere in the vicinity of Anfield. It would be safer to sell the J*ewish Chronicle outside the East Londistan M*sque*.

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    Jimmy the Dhimmi says:

    Sorry. Didn’t realise you were Duty Pederast Pedant tonight.

    http://www.actualfreedom.com.au/richard/abditorium/nonesoblind.htm

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    Anonymous says:

    No godlike powers needed. For, by withdrawing the patrol boat, the green-light was given to Argentine government that the UK had no interest in the Islands. The stage (trap) was set.

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    Frederick Gideon Threepwood says:

    Seeems rather unnecessary given the total lack of any chance for Labour (and the Tories now). Best news of the Eastleigh election is from alb1on on the Grauniad site who reports that the Tory candidate is now known to one and all as ‘Domestos’, because she is blue and incredibly thick.

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    The Insurance Firm Of Kray & Kray says:

    We do not appreciate persons impersonating either of us whilst they are posting on a blog. You’ll soon be receiving a cease-and-desist order from our solicitor, a Mr Thorogood Pounding, delivered to you personally at your current residence. He may arrive somewhat earlier than you expect, but try not to act too surprised when you see him.

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    You must be a troll. He never said anything one tenth as wise as this.

  348. 348

    Whilst the truth is now regarded as so ineffable, they just do not bother effing it any more.

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    The wizz says:

    Nonsense, they have their own agenda to usurp the Elected Government. The trophers just cannot see the wood from the trees. ECHR was a Bliar dagger at the heart of the the British people. No one wanted it but St Antony Bliar, as he thought it was his ticket to the EU Presidency, now he knows that he was stitched and the British people more so. End of rant.

  352. 352
    Liberty not "Liberal" says:

    Their next wheeze will be a uniformed cadre of bootboys measuring the volume of air your home contains and then taxing the oxygen.

  353. 353
    Judge Dreadful says:

    Arrest the murderer – and his shill.

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    Casual Observer says:

    That would be like Carbon Tax.

  355. 355
    Anonymous says:

    Apart from the words “Slowly and painfully”, I totally agree. The way she, and all the other right-wing gits, set out to smash the working class.

  356. 356
    CarryHole is a stupendous Hunt says:

    Your tin foil hat is slipping.

  357. 357
    CRMM is proud to be gay says:

    That makes a change, it’s usually the cat.

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  360. 360
    Where's Gordon? says:

  361. 361
    Labour, the truly nasty party says:

    “A generation of Trade Unionists will dance on Thatchers grave.”

    They’ve never forgiven Mrs Thatch for rescuing and restoring, ‘The Sick Man of Europe.’

    Mind you that didn’t stop them fucking us all up from 1997 – 2010.

  362. 362
    SP30 says:

    I got my first speeding ticket in Eastleigh. It was in the days when the cop car had to follow you for a set distance and they used to drive without lights on at night.

  363. 363
    old SHEP says:

    WooF!.

  364. 364
    (I don't need no doctor) says:

    She is one of the few people that even Andrew Neil won’t have a go at.

  365. 365
    Ed's Tax Gun says:

    Net worth $130 Million. New Labour liked multi millionaires, rEd Labour detest them.

  366. 366
    ████ ' changed my tune' Hoon says:

    Amongst all the nasty lefty barbs and FibDem dirty tricks down in Eastleigh, let’s not forget why there’s by-election there in the first place. I was found guilty of perverting the course of justice.

  367. 367
    Gordon Brown says:

    I am ram raiding with Teddy Edward

  368. 368
    Anonymous says:

    This is a false flag report, an attempt at making people needlessly fearful –
    or it is for real? For some of the paper’s recent stories make one wonder.

  369. 369
    (I don't need no doctor) says:

    Having given the matter some thought I have concluded that Labour under Blair, Brown and Miliband are the party of cowardice.

  370. 370
    (I don't need no doctor) says:

    Sarah zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

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    (I don't need no doctor) says:

    Burnham and Alan Johnson are cowards.

  372. 372
    Bear Paw of Truth says:

    Now the hunt switches to Russia:

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2279168/Hunt-Madeleine-McCann-focusing-Russia-local-charity-claims-family-received-tip-dying-paedophile.html#ixzz2L2f0Tbo8

    An excellent trojan for sending ‘investigators’ in and perhaps a good chip to try and use for negotiating. Be interesting to see what happens next.

    Looks like the fund needs topping up as well, so get donating.

  373. 373
    T'Old Fella says:

    Not Frosties!

  374. 374
    Jimmy says:

    What have you got against dancing? Are you the righties from Flashdance?

  375. 375
    Jackass Straw says:

    That’s why I joined the party.

  376. 376
    The Loony Left says:

    How Fabian and Trotskyite totalitarians took over western communities (~1980)

  377. 377
    Operation Crossbow says:

    So Theresa May is going to get tough with judges. Like that will happen.

  378. 378

    The problem with political jokes is they get elected.

  379. 379
    Anonymous says:

    Get out clauses:

    9. Where there are no specific Community provisions, food shall be deemed to be safe when it conforms to the specific provisions of national food law of the Member State in whose territory the food is marketed, such provisions being drawn up and applied without prejudice to the Treaty, in particular Articles 28 and 30 thereof.

    1. Where a Member State officially informs the Commission of the need to take emergency measures, and where the Commission has not acted in accordance with Article 53, the Member State may adopt interim protective measures. In this event, it shall immediately inform the other Member States and the Commission.

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    The 2011 Riots: A Trotskyite phenomena ? Discuss says:

    Considering that the underclass of Britain have been raised to have Marxist ideals, and have been conditioned into a state of permanent revolution, could the 2011 riots have been mistimed resolution, or a shot across the bows of the government from those who are actually in charge ?

  381. 381
    Owin Jones says:

    I’M DOWN, I’M DOWN, I’M DOWN, HOW CAN YOU LAUGH, WHEN YOU KNOW I’M DOWN.

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    CCHQ Press Officer says:

    After a bumpy start to their byelection campaign, which saw their candidate claim state schools were not good enough for her son, it appeared the Tory party was back “on message” with a vengeance in Eastleigh on Sunday.

    A spate of statements from party activists and MPs, including Robert Halfon and Nadhim Zahawi, appeared on Twitter just before 2pm attacking the Liberal Democrats over housing policy.

    Each tweet was identical – “The Lib Dem Eastleigh campaign in turmoil as Party’s candidate admitted he ‘voted for’ 5,000 new houses on green spaces” – and the social networking site was soon abuzz with users claiming the episode was orchestrated from Tory central command and proof that some in the party were still struggling with the subtleties of campaigning in the digital age.

    Jim Waterson, a reporter with City AM tweeted: “Tory party press operation: it doesn’t work if you get all your MPs to mysteriously tweet the same phrase.”

    The Liberal Democrats said the incident revealed how out of touch the Conservatives’ campaign had become.

    “The Tory Twitter lemmings are just showing how little the CCHQ spin machine actually knows about Eastleigh,” said a spokesman. “By jeopardising plans to build vital homes, the Conservatives have put all of Eastleigh’s green spaces at risk.”

    On Friday the Tory candidate, Maria Hutchings, drew widespread criticism after suggesting her son was too clever for local state schools. “William is very gifted, which gives us another interesting challenge in finding the right sort of education for him, impossible in the state system. He wants to be a cardio-respiratory surgeon.”

    A Conservative party spokesman insisted the identical tweets were not an embarrassment but declined to say who was behind them. “It shows how engaged our MPs are in the campaign,” he said.

  383. 383
    Please frame this tweet says:

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    Please report this tweet to the RSPCA says:

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    Owin Jones says:

    I’m off to set fire to myself.

    Good Night.

  386. 386
    Owin Jones says:

    God I need a pint.

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    Pot / Kettle ? Nope: Mong ! says:

  388. 388
    Owin Jones says:

    I hate Guido Fawkes. :(

  389. 389
    Owin Jones says:

    Have you ever tried explaining the history and context of the Irish Republican Army to an 11 year old? I’d sooner have explained wanking.

  390. 390
    Owin Jokes says:

    Unleaded or paraffin ?

  391. 391
    Owin Jokes says:

    You can go to blazes for all we care.

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    UKIP Supporter, Owen Jones says:

  393. 393
    Winnie the Pooh says:

    True. He’s been bullying young girls tonight on twitter. Nasty stuff.

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    old SHEP says:

    Theresa May?, Ha Ha Ha.
    The idiots still haven’t got it into their heads (or I suspect they have but will not admit it) that successive governments have signed up to all this stuff, we have NO say on anything of importance any more in this country our sovereignty has been handed over to Brussels on a plate, all the rest is sound and fury that struts and frets its hour upon the stage, signifying nothing. We end up with orange juice, gay marriage and horse meat pasties from our legislature (and terrorists).

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    Conductor (All Aboard) says:

    I bet he had the best five seats in the house

  397. 397
    John O'Farrell says:

    Tories sending Boris Johnson down to Eastleigh on Weds to try&save their bloody useless campaign there but shouldn’t he be working for London?

  398. 398
    Anonymous says:

    That’s ok Jimmy, plenty of people have pissed on Marx’s grave.

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    Piglet says:

    Yes: WTF ?

    Something about Gall0way being better than him, talking about r@pe and lots of other stuff about self harm, dr!nk!ng alcohol and hurting k!ttens.

    Oh, and he was banging on about the D.M. supporting Mosley / black shirts and claiming again that the National Socialist party (NSDAP) were not socialists. Historical fact shows the clear link, as per the 1/5/1927 speech @ Nuremburg. Unless of course Owen was there or can prove otherwise.

    Also quoted were some NY Times article trying to state that rich do not flee when Taxes are raised. Obviously he hasn’t heard about Sarkozy / Depardieu or noticed that half of Mayfair decamped to Switzerland when the 50% was brought in a few years back.

    At least Guido got a mention, however, no h/t:

    What happened today in socialist utopia ?

    Perhaps this ?

    http://www.independent.co.uk/voices/comment/the-left-should-learn-about-plain-speaking-from-george-galloway-8498536.html

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    Richard Timney says:

    Jacqui’s out, so I’m watching Die Hard-on.

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    Casual Observer says:

    Could it be this Indy piece ?

    http://tinyurl.com/aweuxpc

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    Chris Huhne says:

    Her jury’s back in tomorrow.

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    Ozymandias says:
    
    

    I met a traveller from an antique land
    Who said: Two vast and trunkless legs of stone
    Stand in the desert. Near them, on the sand,
    Half sunk, a shattered visage lies, whose frown,
    And wrinkled lip, and sneer of cold command,
    Tell that its sculptor well those passions read
    Which yet survive, stamped on these lifeless things,
    The hand that mocked them and the heart that fed:
    And on the pedestal these words appear:
    My name is Ozymandias, king of kings:
    Look on my works, ye Mighty, and despair!

    Nothing beside remains. Round the decay
    Of that colossal wreck, boundless and bare
    The lone and level sands stretch far away…

    
    
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    Anonymous says:

    No, but he is thick enough.

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    shat on from a great height says:

    That’s not funny.

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    Tachybaptus says:

    I met a traveller from Westminster
    Who said: A vast and pointless house of stone
    Stands by the river. In it, on a chair,
    Half squashed, a squalid Scotsman squats alone,
    Whose twitching jowls and vacant glassy stare
    Show that their owner once ambitions had
    Whose trace survives, like dead leaves brown and curled,
    The brain enfeebled, and the heart gone bad.
    And on a thought balloon these words I saw:
    ‘My name is Gordon, and I saved the world:
    Look on my works, ye voters, and adore!’
    No one remains with him: from the decay
    Of that colossal fraud, that rotting whore,
    All level-headed folk keep far away.

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    Ozymandias (Horace Smith) says:

    In Egypt’s sandy silence, all alone,
    Stands a gigantic Leg, which far off throws
    The only shadow that the Desert knows.
    “I am great Ozymandias,” saith the stone,
    “The King of kings: this mighty city shows
    The wonders of my hand.” The city’s gone!
    Naught but the leg remaining to disclose
    The sight of that forgotten Babylon.
    We wonder, and some hunter may express
    Wonder like ours, when through the wilderness
    Where London stood, holding the wolf in chase,
    He meets some fragment huge, and stops to guess
    What wonderful, but unrecorded, race
    Once dwelt in that annihilated place.

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    Owin Jokes says:

    Let’s hear it for Phillip !

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    Tachybaptus says:

    It leaves no doubt as to why Shelley won the competition. There is a wonderful bathos about the ‘gigantic Leg’ which, somehow, Shelley avoids by having two of them.

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    Joss Taskin says:

    Ed Milionaireband was down there recently. Shouldn’t he be working for his constituents ?

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    Con Artists says:

    Anon

    The jobcentre wouldn’t dare send any ‘multiculturals’ to stack shelves would they – human rights lawyers and Chakers would be on their case with a high court writ and claim for compensation in minutes.

    However, if you’re a poor white christian girl, no such qualms, send her to the poundstore to stack shelves immediately.

    Ditto killing hundreds of thousands animals halal style – not a peep from the RSPCA or others, however god help you if you want to kill a couple of fox’s.

    This country has been sold down the pan and is being run for the benefits and benefit… of others.

  413. 413
    Con Artists says:

    Vote UKIP, get UKIP

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    Ozymandias (Owen Jones) says:

    In Egypt’s quiet sandpit, on me own,
    Erect a massive Leg, which casts off far
    The only dark bit in the Desert.
    “I am comrade Ozymandias,” said the stone,
    “The King of struggles: this mighty community shows
    The wonders of my fist.” The communty’s off!
    Nout but the leg remaining to fondle
    The sight of that forgotten Utopia.
    We wonder, and some fascist may shout
    Wonder like ours, when through Haringey
    Where London chilled, holding the fox in chase,
    He meets some huge bulge, and stops to gawp
    What wonderful, but unrecorded, chavs
    Once dwelt in that annihilated place.

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    Tachybaptus says:

    Ten thousand years from now, if there are still humans and some of them are archaeologists, they will be walking among the sparse ruins of London. All the concrete and brick and limestone and marble and glass will be reduced to powder and washed away. But a few things will remain: vast blocks of indestructible granite inscribed with the name

    BAZALGETTE

    The great civil engineer Joseph Bazalgette, who designed the London sewers and the Embankment, took care in all his projects to have his name deeply cut on granite blocks the size of cars, and his descendants who were civil engineers did the same. (Go down the steps at the southwest corner of Battersea Bridge to see an example.)

    And the archaeologists will wonder: Who was this Bazalgette? A king, a god of what forgotten religion? Anyway a mighty name, most important to this lost race.

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    Near Tooting Bec did Sadiq Khan
    A Clapham Common Dome decree:
    Where Wandle, putrid river, ran
    Through caverns measureless to man
    Down to a sunless sea.

  417. 417
    Con Artists says:

    Shhhhushhhh don’t tell everyone and let the cat/horse/cow out of the bag… the plebs haven’t realised yet….

  418. 418
    Con Artists says:

    Shuuuuuushhh , its not in the publics interest, is it…….

  419. 419
    Con Artists says:

    shuuuuuushhh…. lets just blame the judges and pretend they are not following UK law. Be very quiet and dont mention the EU and ECHR or the plebs might realize whats going on…. Shhuuuuuuushhhhh……

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    Casual Observer says:

    The last time the Thames breached London, and flooded across the Embankments was on the 7th Jan 1928:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1928_Thames_flood

    Apparently there was a foot of water in Old Palace Yard at one point, to the foot of Big Ben. Part of Chelsea embankment collapsed.

    In total fourteen died, mainly trapped in basement flats.

    The flood subsided by the end of the day, but pumping out the tunnels and basements affected took some time after this event.

    Deep channel dredging was a factor, but this event did lead to the construction of the Thames Barrier, commenced 1974 and completed 1984.

  421. 421
    Con Artists says:

    Vote UKIP.
    Get UKIP.

    Vote LibLabCon, get more, and more and more EU

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    voice of reason says:

    so how many people can the island sustain with food without imports ?

  423. 423
    voice of reason says:

    for a clue it is less than the number of arable acres

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    The Communist Takeover of the UK says:

    Some goals:

    1) Use technical decisions of the courts to weaken basic UK institutions by claiming their activities violate human rights.

    2) Dominate the psychiatric profession and use mental health laws as a means of gaining coercive control over those who oppose Communist goals.

    3) Eliminate all laws or procedures which interfere with the operation of the Communist apparatus.

    4) Discredit the family as an institution. Encourage promiscuity and easy divorce.

    5) Discredit and eventually dismantle the Police.

    6) Continue discrediting English culture by degrading all forms of artistic expression. A UK Communist cell was told to “eliminate all good sculpture from parks and buildings, substitute shapeless, awkward and meaningless forms.”

    7) Gain control of key positions in radio, TV, and motion pictures.

    8) Break down cultural standards of morality by promoting p0rnography and obscenity in books, magazines, motion pictures, radio, and TV.

    9) Get control of the schools. Use them as transmission belts for socialism and current Communist propaganda. Soften the curriculum. Get control of teachers’ associations. Put the party line in textbooks.

    10) Infiltrate the press. Get control of book-review assignments, editorial writing, policy-making positions.

    11) Gain control of all student newspapers.

    12) Capture one or all three of the political parties in the United Kingdom.

    13) Present homosexuality, degeneracy and promiscuity as “normal, natural, healthy.”

    14) Eliminate prayer or any phase of religious expression in the schools on the ground that it violates the principle of “separation of church and state.”

    15) Support any socialist movement to give centralized control over any part of the culture–education, social agencies, welfare programs, mental health clinics, etc.

    16) Infiltrate and gain control of big business.

    17) Transfer some of the powers of arrest from the police to social agencies. Treat all behavioral problems as psychiatric disorders which no one but psychiatrists can understand [or treat].

  425. 425
    NE Frontiersman says:

    Here Ed, look at these You Tube clips of Labour gathering support from the hate-preaching community. Proud of your brother?

    1)’Eid Milad Un Nabi SAW Walthamstow 2013 Pir Syed Abdul Qadir Jilani Al Hassani Wal Hussaini’

    2)’Full speech of Pir Syed Abdul Qadir Jilani on Eid Milad Un Nabi 2011′

    3)’Part1 David Miliband MP speech in Eid Milad Un Nabi celebration Waltham Forest’

    ‘Vote Labour, vote Jihad,’ should tie things up in Eastleigh.

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    UK Watch says:

    That would be less than 15 million.

    Pretty good reason to prevent more coming in. Strong motivation though for depopulating.

    What most do not realize is that most modern fertilizer requires natural gas / oil to produce. That undoes the green energy is our savior thesis.

    Water is the more interesting point though. It is only with the heavily mechanized and very carefully managed water system that has developed in the UK that the demand can be met. UK is quite arid in reality, and certainly cannot meet demand through rainfall alone.

    It will be water which causes a need to depopulate before food becomes an issue. That is assuming the food shortages this year do not become acute first.

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    Fabians ARE EVIL says:

    23 million, same as NZ

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    Abdul Handycock says:

    Vote LibDem vote Jihad certainly works in Portsmouth. Boaz.

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    Handycock Immigrant Trafficker says:

    And long may it continue.Soon with this immigrant vote, no one will be able to move me from my seat in Portsmouth, average of 7 kids per family, whoopee. Keep bringing them in. Boaz.

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    Jane does France says:

    It’s a pleasure Jane.

    The French eat anything & smell like a Nazarine’s jock-strap, so they wont notice anything out of the ordinary.

    Nasty garlic munching beggars.

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    To the hateful sods posing as humans says:

    To Jayne & Anonymong – anyone who wishes ev.il gets it back a thousand times. It’s just a pity I don’t know you, so I can’t stand & watch you pair of excuses for human beings get yours! Believe me, it will come back on you.

  433. 433
    Pie Muncher says:

    …and unfunny.

  434. 434
    Bolton Wanderer says:

    Can’t read can you?

    http://www.ukip.org/content/ukip-policies#

    Either that or you are obviously too thick to understand.

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    Curly wonders says:

    Can’t Cameron simply unsign’ it? Save a lot of the forthcoming aggro.

  436. 436
    Curly says:

    I did not know that Murnaghan was ex-BBC. That now explains so much about why SKY has recently titled severely to the left.

  437. 437
    Curly says:

    Don’t forget to clean your wellies afterwards.

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    albacore says:

    Don’t overlook depopulation the LibLabCon way
    Flood in aliens by the million. Don’t hold them at bay
    Keep stirring but ensure the mix never coalesces
    Stand back and let civil war tidy up all your messes

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    Curly says:

    When I was a kid I used to play football in Wandle park in Colliers Wood – right opposite the sewage farm. Taught some of today’s pros everything they know…

  440. 440
    Catty Comment (Ms) says:

    In that event, I suspect that the glorious and ancient Palace of Westminster, complete with all its elected inhabitants, will be exceptionally high on the list for total destruction, along with every town hall (and bank?) in the country. Then we can start again and do it properly next time.

  441. 441
    albacore says:

    A nice piece of real estate, the U K
    It’s a shame that the folks get in the way
    If the puppet Parliament gets the chop
    There’ll soon enough be a replacement crop

  442. 442
    Anonymous says:

    No you won’t. You’ll get labour.

  443. 443
    Drone Strikes Over Bradford by 2025 says:

    Everyday our elite proves that is no longer able to lead. They can not even anticipate events that they put in motion. Soon there will only be the state of England for them to fight in. Once Scotland goes Wales will want to go as well within a decade, Northern Ireland’s Unionist community will soon find that they are sold down the river for the sake of a united Ireland by the middle of this century if not sooner. So we’ll be back to England by 2030-50 maybe much sooner. Time for a new elite that is not about the superficial wealth of your credit card limit, not about your ability to project power around the world, not about embracing every crack pot scheme that makes you look good at an EU summit meeting. But an elite that wants stable and enforced borders, wealth from hard work that you keep, communities that are stable and protected, a population of citizens not economic migrants. Work for English citizens and fair tax and rewards from top to bottom of English society.

  444. 444
    Crystal Balding says:

    Look at it this way :
    Remember that horse that you lost money on in last year’s Grand National ?
    Think of this as getting your own back.

  445. 445
    E Makesmevomit says:

    How many more crises to come, Gordon ?

  446. 446
    Anonymous says:

    oh dip shit. that was said when we won.

  447. 447
    Con Artists says:

    There is but a wafer of difference between each of LibLabCon.

    they are all social democrat parties now, and have 99% the same policies.

    Furthermore, 75% of this countries problems are due to the EU and all of the above want more and more and more and more EU…

    There is only 1 party offering to take us out of the EU and save this country, and that’s UKIP.

    A vote for any of LibLabCon is a wasted vote and a vote for more EU and more immigration and as we hear today, same day visas and unlimited students from India….

  448. 448
    Catty Comment (Ms) says:

    Ha ha very good! But crop and chop both have more than one meaning – and if we can crop and chop this august institution down to say 75 or so, we will be doing ourselves a huge favour.

  449. 449
    Archie says:

    That’s how the French have done it for many a yonk! Reason enough for us not to?

  450. 450
    Archie says:

    Yer wot?

  451. 451
    Archie says:

    What’s the difference? Labour, Tory, LibDem? All the same. I’ll vote for a party that represents my views, not a collection of fools who my parents voted for without fail and who ruined the country! So fuck off.

  452. 452
  453. 453
    Archie says:

    Owen Jones = complete knob! At least we won’t be hearing his rat shit voice on Radio Bloke (5 Live) any more. Oprah, er, I mean Stephen Nolan said it, so it must be true!

  454. 454
    Anonymous says:

    And yet, apart from narrow self-interest, do the likes of you in believe in anything?

  455. 455
    Anonymous says:

    So where can I buy one?

  456. 456
    Anonymous says:

    Yes I am aware that there other policies, but they act as window dressing – to cover UKIP’s Core (kick them all out!) Policy.

    In this sense, UKIP is a One Policy Party.

  457. 457
    Anonymous says:

    Clearly, all the “Smart people” will agree with you.

  458. 458
    Anonymous says:

    Did the EU demand the that 700 Food Standards staff be sacked?
    Then again – who needs them? Health ‘n. Safety gone Mad!

  459. 459
    Anonymous says:

    What Regs might they be?

  460. 460
    Anonymous says:

    Was it not his mates in the US?

  461. 461
    Anonymous says:

    Trust that the boss of Poundland might be first for a visit?

  462. 462
    Greed Is Good - For Us! says:

    It is alright for some to make money – NOT paying the unemployed – just don’t question them about THEIR wealth?

  463. 463
    Greed Is Good - For Us! says:

    They are about to bring in the Bedroom Tax. Don’t panic – it only involves poor people.

  464. 464
    Anonymous says:

    I Shot The Sherrif – but I did not shot the Deputy.

  465. 465
    Anonymous says:

    The Beatles are no more – let them be.

  466. 466
    Anonymous says:

    “Margaret Thatcher tells press to ‘rejoice’ during Falklands” YouTube

    Describing landing of British troops on South Georgia, Thatcher refuses to answer questions from press, telling them: “Just rejoice at that news . . . Rejoice!” 25 Apr 82”.

    Some “Smart People” really need to check their facts.

  467. 467
    Anonymous says:

    This is why I visit this site – deep thinking and good debate from the “smart people”. With love, IDS.

  468. 468
    Anonymous says:

    To make it clear, I can not agree with the words “slowly or painfully”. That said, if evil people get evil back a thousand times, than that woman (and people that ran the site) had better Be Afraid.

  469. 469
    Anonymous says:

    Meanwhile, back in the REAL world.

  470. 470
    Anonymous says:

    More smart comments from “smart people”. You are not IDS – are you?

  471. 471
    Anonymous says:

    You are not alone.

  472. 472
    Anonymous says:

    “…A few weeks ago, he stood in Parliament to demand David Cameron explain why Britain was apparently intervening to save Mali from Islamist thugs, when it was supporting very similar groups in Syria. “Wherever there is a brutal Arab dictator in the world,” the Prime Minister spat back, “he will have the support of [Galloway].” All sides of the House roared their approval: and so the political elite closed ranks against a man sent by the people of Bradford to express their disgust with the Westminster club…”

    Without using the snide insults, bet you cannot debate the above?

  473. 473
    Anonymous says:

    “…The Right have turned having outriders into an artform. Take the Taxpayers’ Alliance, a big business-funded hard-right lobby group posturing as the voice of people who pay taxes. They float radical right-wing ideas impossible for a mainstream Conservative politician to propose. In doing so, they shift the goalposts of debate to the Right. “I wouldn’t go quite as far as that, however…” a Tory MP can say, making a previously radical idea seem moderate…”

    A well made comment that could also apply to this site?

  474. 474
    Anonymous says:

    P.S: Stopped wearing my tin foil hat – so Last Year.


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