February 24th, 2013

Read Guido’s Column in The Sun Today

The Sun is #1 for politics on Sundays. In Guido’s column today you can find out:

  • Which LibDem has been defending Lord Rennard?
  • Why should Jo Swinson know all about workplace cover-ups?
  • Why ‘bute’ is the least of our equine worries.
  • What MPs really think about the Civil Service.
  • How Chris Huhne’s moment of truth has been memorialised forever.

The column isn’t online, so get down the newsagents and read it today for only 50p…


359 Comments

  1. 1
    my amazing life as a space monkey says:

    The sun goes down on me.

  2. 2
    Red Egg Millitit... National Socialist says:

    Time for Nick Clegg Apology Part 2 :

  3. 3
    Axe The Telly Tax says:

    The Sun has got his hat on, hip hip hooray…

  4. 4
    Muuurty's Ghuuurst says:

    I wouldn’t read ii if it were free with 50p sellotaped to it.

    Tits & footie whilst the country slides down the crapper.

  5. 5
    The Right Honourable George Osborne says:

    I think we’ve got a very clear message, a loud and clear message that Britain cannot let up in dealing with its debts, dealing with its problems, cannot let up in making sure that Britain can pay its way in the world.

  6. 6
    Axe The Telly Tax says:

    So when are we going to get Plan A then George?

  7. 7
    Rip Van Winkle says:

    Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

  8. 8
    Axe The Telly Tax says:

    The country has been in the crapper since 1945.

    Magic magnificent Maggie Thatcher tried to drag us out over the rim of the bowl in the 80s, but she was stabbed in the back by traitors and we slid back down into the shit.

  9. 9
    EU Watch says:

    The Dutch government are calling for an end to mass immigration from !slamic countries, and activists show up yelling racist:

    http://tinyurl.com/aao22rg

    How can you be racist towards a religion ? And why such an irrational reaction to sensible immigration police ?

    Is Europe really a continent of mongs, or do all the countries have a common problem.

  10. 10
    Operation Crossbow says:

    Yes it’s called the left. Here in the UK it’s the Guardian, the BBC, Nu Labia and the Unions. Oh and the Scots (who get little immigration) and those in the north.

    Problem is there is nothing you can do to stop it, I would seriously expect Islam to be the main religion of Europe and the UK within 50 years, probably less.

  11. 11
    Rupert says:

    Guido – work the room biatch

  12. 12
    Operation Crossbow says:

    No tits on a Sunday (unless Guido takes his shirt off) so not even worth it for that.

  13. 13
    Operation Crossbow says:

    The loss of our AAA rating shows that the media don’t get it. The BBC obsesses about mansion taxes that at MOST would bring in 1.7 billion and the 45p tax rate that also raises very little.

    We are borrowing 125 billion a year, we pay 40 billion a year in interest payments on our debt.

    We are totally fucked yet the left just can’t see that unless there are serious cuts to spending and not the crap the Tories are doing at the moment we are finished.

    Interesting that scrapping the TV tax would save the public TWICE what the so called mansion tax would raise. That would be a nice tax cut for all families and easy for the Tories to do.

  14. 14
    AC1 says:

    Free the Golders Green Nonce 4!

  15. 15
    Ah! Monika 2013 +1 says:

    At last a bit of honesty from Clegg.

    “I know nothing”

  16. 16
    EU Watch says:

    Bulgarian’s are really going to be a benefit to the UK economy:

    http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/europe/violent-protests-force-out-government-in-bulgaria-the-eus-poorest-nation-8502756.html

    Bulgaria is the poorest country in the EU.

    If any Euromong can explain coherently how there is any economic benefit at all in letting people who have clearly demonstrated that they are incapable of economic development in their own country into the UK that would be much appreciated.

  17. 17
    EU Watch says:

    The other economically retarded nation Romania:

    http://www.theweek.co.uk/europe/euro-debt-crisis/44462/eu-demanded-austerity-romania-%E2%80%93-now-there-are-riots

    The horse issue is well known about. Aren’t these just the sort of people which will benefit the UK ?

  18. 18
    Paniagua says:

    ‘people who have clearly demonstrated that they are incapable of economic development’

    Won’t they be back in power come 2015?

  19. 19
  20. 20
    Jimmy's lonely brain cell says:

    The best solution would be for Labour to win the next election and spend our way out of recession by borrowing more, much more.

  21. 21
    The Right Honourable George Osborne says:

    You ain’t seen me, right !

  22. 22
    Nick Clegg live from Spain says:

    Weather here, wish you were nice.

  23. 23
    the very squeezed middle says:

    Actually tits and footie sounds quite good from where I’m sitting.

  24. 24
    Where are Tony Blair's expenses says:

    Who brought up the Rennard story now just before the Eastleigh polling.

    Has someone in CCHQ found some brains and balls at last or was it Huhne’s revenge.

    Clegg is going to have to get his sorry video out again.

    Where does this leave Jo Swinson – all Libdems are equal as long as you are a drunk, liar or sexual deviant. All very animal farm.

  25. 25
    Anonymous says:

    2013 + 1 might imply that we have to wait until then for the new monarch.
    in this context…i no nothing.
    in fact, do we really know anything outside us….u, him, me.
    .
    duty.responsibilty.life purpose.
    given that our masters are who they are they must have scored 2 out of 3 already?

  26. 26
    Axe The Telly Tax says:

    He’s from Barcelona ;-)

  27. 27
    Paniagua says:

    You don’t half spout shite. I am yet to see one of your posts that make sense.

    Cut the mushrooms out that may help.

  28. 28
    the mystic mould with the appearance of the face of Jesus says:

    This was on the radio this morning for some reason, don’t know if it means it is on now if so we know of some politicians who should hurry up over.

    http://www.whichfestival.com/#!festival:festival-of-the-pig-%28la-pourcailhade%29-fr

  29. 29
    Fox in the hole says:

    The LibDems are very nice people who busy themselves with the sexual needs of others.

  30. 30
    Ah! Monika 2013 +1 says:

    Rather than you cutting the mushrooms out, I will ingest a few and then will probably understand your every word and full-stop.

  31. 31
    Lord Effingham says:

    Why the f*** would I want to waste 50p on the Sun?

    What happened to Guido’s contempt for the ‘Dead Tree Press’?

    Oh, I forgot.

  32. 32
    Ed Balls says:

    I’ll be on the phone to Wonga the moment I get back in.

  33. 33
    Economist says:

    The Moodys downgrade was a first shot across the bow from the international markets that any future Labour ideas like that are not going to work.

  34. 34
    Ah! Monika 2013 +1 says:

    Mail.

    {MP’s computers used to access hardcore fetish porn sites more than 2,500 times}

    Dirty i pads.

  35. 35
    René Descartewheels says:

    But does Clegg actually know that ?

  36. 36
    Old England says:

    Just about every problem faced by this country,and in large part,the world,
    is “Man-made”,(sorry to the pc brigade)…All todays’problems were entirely
    predictable,and outcomes realised,but still the “elites”,carried on,on their
    path of errors,without listening to any opposed view..The scale of the “rip-off”,
    created by the banks,the way the peoples money has been used,in bailouts etc
    ,is immoral,and people are suffering as a consequence…..Immigration,avoidable,EU,unnecessary,but no,the elites carry on with more of the same,putting off the day of reckoning..Sunday rant!!!!!

  37. 37
    EU Watch says:

    The argument does apply equally to Bulgarians and Labour, yes.

    But that does not mean that any more of this losing class should be let in to the UK.

  38. 38
    No steps forward 100 steps back says:

    Can’t wait for 2015 and a Liebour landslide victory, no plod, no military, no courts, no jails, 3rd world promises followed by 3rd world Arab spring, EU bringing it’s forces over to quell whatever and all the guns we don’t have in this country going off at the same time, English people at their best, united, vicious and nasty, just an opinion or a dream and hoping it never happens but with the LabLibCon triangle?.

  39. 39
    HMRC Watch says:

    This doesn’t help with the collapse of tax receipts:

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/2012/dec/14/prince-charles-estate-tax-avoidance

  40. 40
    Anonymous says:

    The BBC accounts for more than 70% of broadcast media output. It’s not enough I say! Let’s destroy any competition out there so we can continue extorting money out of the mugs who pay the license fee!

  41. 41
    Li R Paradox says:

    He says it’s true

  42. 42
    Let 'em eat horsemeat !!!! says:

    German Development Minister says feed poor with products containing horsemeat rather than throw it away as products are prefectly edible. He HAS a point considering that Germany has over 1,500 types of sausage made of varying ingredients…..and I dread to think what goes in them….. this sausage in particular ….”Kochwurst”

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-21559451

  43. 43
  44. 44
    just askin says:

    So, Nick Clegg, Jeremy Brown and Vince Cable, despite being senior members of the LibDems had never heard the allegations before they surfaced during this week…yet I read of them years ago on the internet and have nothing to do with that party.
    How does that work?

    Can someone ask the three of them if they would submit to lie detector tests.

  45. 45
    Catty Comment (Ms) says:

    Georgie baby, you could make a few billion very easily by selling off the BBC – and giving all us plebs (well, at least the idiots who still actually buy a licence) a 150 quid a year pay rise, cash which we could all spend to help boost the economy.

    What’s not to like?

  46. 46
    cui bono says:

    Find out who are these ‘elites’ are, and why they they are so intent on destabilizing white countries of European heritage…. also certain mid-east countries – Syria-Libya-Afghanistan. No good just complaining.

  47. 47
    Uncle Guido says:

    I’s a-doin’ my best, Massa Murdoch, yessir!

  48. 48
    Curly says:

    Labour? Ideas? In the same sentence?

    Gimme a break mate.

  49. 49
    Nasty Nick says:

    I don’t know nuffink, you slag!

  50. 50
    M says:

    Hey 007, fire up that spare Enigma machine we have in the basement!

  51. 51
    Troll Watch says:

    AC1 is on holiday now. You are a troll.

  52. 52
    M says:

    test: Enigma

  53. 53
    Samuel Langhorne Clemens says:

    Those weak of stomach should never watch sausages or laws being made.
    And Otto von Bismarck can quote me on that (and he did).
    Nice to see Germans still hold on to some of their old ways.

  54. 54
    genghiz the kahn says:

    The wurst has yet to come.

  55. 55
    M says:

    test: basement

  56. 56
    Ah! Monika 2013 +1 says:

    Doctors will be banned from working in the UK if they cannot speak English in an attempt to cut down on serious blunders.

    But….meanwhile will they be eligible for jury service?

  57. 57
    No steps forward 100 steps back says:

    The right see you as left, we don’t really want to see you except accepting the Chiltern Hundreds

  58. 58
    The Lib Dems says:

    We prefer tits and footsie.

  59. 59
    rebekah aka nellnewman says:

    +10 and then some.

  60. 60
    M says:

    Hey 007, fire up that spare Enigma machine we have in the cupboard

    {third time lucky? The lower part of the house seems to be a problem}

  61. 61
    Ah! Monika 2013 +1 says:

    ja What would you do / say if you were in their position?

  62. 62
    Pay Attention says:

    They carry on because what they are doing is part of an agenda.

    The United States of Europe which they desire beyond reason, will never arrive without destroying existing national identities, via mass immigration and the creation of a new european citizen, who will have no ties to the past history of this continent.

  63. 63
    Manuel says:

    ¿Qué?

  64. 64
  65. 65
    Justice at any Pryce says:

    Let’s settle this with a game of ‘hangman’.

  66. 66
    Where are Tony Blair's expenses says:

    Clegg still wittering on about the Mansion Tax – for all those smug mongs out there who think it won’t affect them a history lesson

    Harold Wilson introduced stamp duty circa 1972 and said it would be applied to houses worth £40k or more and only affect the very very rich and now look at it; every house sold in the South East has to pay it plus many many more around the country. This is exactly what will happen with a mansion tax.

    The Matt cartoon today sums it up ideally ” will I have to pay mansion tax on my full tank of petrol?”

  67. 67
    Ah! Monika 2013 +1 says:

    Surprise surprise!!

    Nigerian president ‘spent $1million of aid money meant for poverty-stricken country on star-studded festival featuring Beyoncé and Jay-Z’

  68. 68
    Pay Attention says:

    Pretty much anyone with a brain could cut at least 200 billion off of government spending , without anyone even noticing.
    Butch and Gideon are under orders not to, so, being the incompetent cowards they are, will not disobey their masters instructions.

  69. 69

    With having to clean up messy problems, the LibDems are as busy as a Pretorian morgue.

  70. 70
    Cut-me-own-throat Dibbler says:

    We need plan AAA.

  71. 71
    anonymous loon patrol says:

    blue is the colour of aqua, thus when satan appears the toast will be hot, the lions will roar at six o’ clock. the enigma is in the message. who will ring the bells?

  72. 72
    Residing in 96.99% white Merseyside says:

    Wouldn’t know. We don’t read it up here.

  73. 73
    old SHEP says:

    It’s Dave’s reversal of the Live Aid principle, pop stars perform and then pocket all the proceeds, Doh!’

  74. 74
    Residing in 96.99% white Merseyside says:

    You obviously haven’t been to the South Side of Glasgow recently.

  75. 75
    Residing in 96.99% white Merseyside says:

    Same in our neck of the woods.

  76. 76
    Cut-me-own-throat Dibbler says:

    And we could also sell of the crappy hospitals and make them all private, as they did with Hinchingbrooke.

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/health/healthnews/9889500/Hinchingbrooke-Hospital-private-firm-transforms-failing-NHS-trust.html

    That would do wonders for growth as Osborne could then cut taxes and public spending would be slashed without any collateral damage. I’m surprised no one has thought of it before.

  77. 77
  78. 78
    Cut-me-own-throat Dibbler says:

    They are cowed by the civil service, the BBC, the Lib Dems and the unions.

  79. 79
    Residing in 96.99% white Merseyside says:

    £150 per year would only buy you about twenty packets of fags.

  80. 80
    Residing in 96.99% white Merseyside says:

    In fact one of my weekly benefits comes to more than that.

  81. 81
    Roman Polański says:

    Ze LibDems will rue ze day zey proposed Manson Attacks.

  82. 82
    Residing in 96.99% white Merseyside says:

    Here, here. I want my benefits and pensions to remain as solid as the Rock of Gibraltar.

  83. 83
    old SHEP says:

    What about also having to have a medical qualification that hasn’t just been downloaded from moonpig, anybody checking that?.

  84. 84
    David Cameron says:

    We should all feel proud about international aid.

  85. 85
    Jess The Dog says:

    Can’t see it in the free copy kicking around the hotel… what page is it on? Damn dead tree press. Anyway, I believe there willbe a ‘nlog tax’ soon, to fill the coffers….

  86. 86
    Blodwen says:

    I’ll third that. Let’s see how red ed and his paymasters get on without the free propaganda afforded to them by the British paedophile corporation.

  87. 87
    Nigerian President says:

    I feel quite relaxed about it.

  88. 88
    Cut-me-own-throat Dibbler says:

    So it appears that all those half-arsed wind turbines create more CO2 emissions than they save when built on peat, which many on-shore ones are. So will the absurdly lucrative subsidies for them that have caused our energy bills to soar be reduced? OK, silly question.

    After all this was known about back in 2009 by Guardian readers, both of them.

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2009/aug/13/wind-farm-peat-bog

  89. 89
    EU Watch says:

    Not surprising coming from a German.

    Misses the point though that the meat is not clean.

    However, killing people off like this would be in line with historical German government policies.

  90. 90
    Welsh activist. says:

    Just more rubbish. Illegal under Eussr rules, and considering the circa 5,000 unbeccessary experations in the National Death Service already, just a tad too late.

  91. 91
    Blodwen says:

    Have not Japan been following comrade balls’s plan for the last 20 years or so? Look at their dept, 225% of GDP I read somewhere. Keep dreaming ballsey. Couldn’t find his arse with both hands!

  92. 92
    Residing in 96.99% white Merseyside says:

    The latest is that the Bulgarian and Romanian governments are advising any citizens who are considering moving to the UK next year to avoid cities like Londistan, Bradford, Leicester and Birmingham because they are full of “picaninnies”.

    So why the h*ell did they also include Liverpool on the list?

  93. 93
    Jimmy says:

    They don’t call me the cock of the north for nothing.

  94. 94
    Residing in 96.99% white Merseyside says:

    It’s certainly the Dead Tree Press up here.

  95. 95
    Tom Smear Man Watson says:

    My smear man tactics are paying dividends. Lord Rennard is in the bag, now who’s next.

  96. 96
    Blodwen says:

    And labour. See Staffordshire nhs trust!

  97. 97
    Anonymous says:

    You don’t expect the left to follow anything that’s sensible and logical do you?

  98. 98
    (I don't need no doctor) says:

    All overseas aide should be fully accounted for, the figures should then be freely available on-line.

  99. 99
    We need the A-Team says:

  100. 100
    Catty Comment (Ms) says:

    Agreed, but that would be 20 packs of fags folks could not otherwise afford to buy, and pay tax on, to Georgie’s little pie. Plus multiply that up by say 30 million smokers and Georgie’s little pie expands exponentially and daily.

    Sums is obviously not a strong point in Merseyside.

  101. 101
    Sir William Wade says:

    Foreign doctors go to all the trouble of learning English. Then the NHS gives them a job in Sunderland and they have to start again from scratch.

  102. 102
    Sir William Wade says:

    If the answer is a new tax, you have asked the wrong question.

  103. 103
    Curly says:

    Oh, how much do you charge then?

  104. 104
    Sir William Wade says:

    Or a Chelyabinsk glazier.

  105. 105
    Oxbridge 1st Class Honours, and Dante's Inferno specialist says:

    May you freeze in hell.

  106. 106
    Residing in 96.99% white Merseyside says:

    You’re obviously not staying in Liverpool.

  107. 107
    Residing in 96.99% white Merseyside says:

    That Cardinal in Scotland?

    Twatson maybe “Priest D”.

  108. 108
    Residing in 96.99% white Merseyside says:

    may be

  109. 109
    anon. says:

  110. 110
    Matilda says:

    That word used to mean ‘babies or small children’. However, given who they vote for time after time it is also applicable to Liverpudlians. “Pick a Ninny”.

  111. 111
    Oasis twats says:

    …….and maybe baby…….

  112. 112
    Matilda says:

    Others might choose a different adjective or two to replace your penultimate word.

  113. 113
    (I don't need no doctor) says:

    Yes, but you had nothing to be advised on, you fat freak pie muncher.

  114. 114
    Herr Daimler Benz das Stuttgard says:

    And ver ist our share? Ve have many fine das panzers vaiting to be der solt to zees tird verld cleptocrats. Ve vant our share of das enlander aid bribes.

  115. 115
    jadedjean says:

    Are kibbutz trips classed as holidays?

  116. 116
    EU Watch says:

    Yes. Well, they are all socialist policies.

    Action T4 ?

    The German Federal elections are coming up later this year, about September, so it is interesting that the CDU are taking this line.

    Guess they need to distract the opposition from the more obvious problems which exist in the German food chain with dioxin contamination, the poor of Europe turning their cities into Ghetto’s, and the ECB imminently about to drain the Bundesbank reserves in an attempt to keep the failed Euro afloat.

    They likely still have exposure to Spain / !taly, so today’s !talian election and the protests in Spain should keep them on their toes. The poor who may ending up this $hit food may well be the Germans.

  117. 117
    Chris Rennard says:

    If this comes to court, can I get the Vicky Pryce jury, please?

  118. 118
    Owin Jones says:

    Adam Afriyie emerges in Mail with growth plan: basically the millionaire businessman/MP urges tax cuts for millionaire businessmen

  119. 119
    Where's Wally ? says:

    I think Osborne is hiding behind Burnham ?

  120. 120
    Matilda says:

    I once met a Kuwaiti who spoke perfect Glaswegian. Don’t ask me what he was trying to tell me.

  121. 121
    old SHEP says:

    There was an expression used some years back in USA, dust to dust, meaning you have to take into account the affects of any project from start to finish, wind turbines can be huge structures 300 ft tall, built of steel which has been smelted from conventional power sources, tons of concrete used in each one, access for each one, roads etc, damage to environment, peat bogs, chopped up bird life, noise pollution, ugly vistas, not in a concentrated area but now all over the place. They are a fraud and a scam but a nice big earner for landowners and certain politicians and pundits that have jumped on the green band wagon. Can somebody remind me what percentage of our electricity is now produced by wind turbines in this country?, after billions spent, on a good day when it is not too calm or too windy… 2% ? (to be generous).

  122. 122
    George AAArseborne says:

    “I just love it when a plan doesn’t come together”

  123. 123
    John Terry says:

    I can recommend my legal team.

  124. 124
    Matilda says:

    Sky news were also referring to this adjustment as a mansion tax this morning. I smell a conspiracy to defraud people.

  125. 125
    Spluttering Matilda says:

    Oh dear, there goes another keyboard!

  126. 126
    The Indian Space Agency says:

    You could save £10 Billion by cutting the Overseas (Bribery?) Aid Budget

  127. 127
    Welsh activist. says:

    Dear John, Destroyer of Homes/lives/class warrior/hypocrite/vermin in ermin/the most unsuccessful bulimic in history. Fuck off.

  128. 128
  129. 129
    Fazackerly wack says:

    Sensible animal. Good boy, go get a biscuit in the kitchen.

  130. 130
    Owin Jones says:

    The problem is I care way too much about people who don’t give a shit about me,such as Guido Fawkes.

  131. 131
    Wyle Cop says:

    Perverts on Parade! Two of the biggest benders in British politics:

    http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/bermondsey-byelection-1983-homophobia-hatred-smears-and-xenophobia-8508258.html

    Health warning: not to be read after consuming food or drink, unless your computer is suitably protected.

  132. 132
    old SHEP says:

    Tweedledum and Tweedledee.

  133. 133
    Casual Observer says:

    If Clegg is having to spend so much resource spying on what his coalition partners are up to, that really speaks volumes as to how dysfunctional the coalition is.

    Doesn’t sound like there is a coalition at present.

    GE Time ?

  134. 134
    Wyle Cop says:

    “Aye, I ‘ad two, aye. Over the fookin’ desk – and I right good shag they were, I tell thee.”

  135. 135

    Does the Cocytus flow through your inner circle?

  136. 136
    Blodwen says:

    My arse. The pie bill alone would have amounted to millions, and as would the Xerox repair bill for office printing and copying equipment destroyed by your amorous adventures….

  137. 137
    iGlow says:

    Yes, but what is the ‘dust to dust’ cost of nuclear, when you consider some types of waste have half lives stretching into hundreds of thousands of years.

  138. 138
    Axe The Telly Tax says:

    They wont have any say when the IMF bailiffs come in to cut the bloated public sector to the bone :-)

  139. 139
    Sandy Castle says:

    Can I get a windmill subsidy ?

  140. 140
    old SHEP says:

    Ha’ way the gonads!

  141. 141
    Ed Miliband says:

    I am still a twat. I will keep you posted if anything changes.

  142. 142
    Ed Miliband says:

    Why am I such a twat?

  143. 143
    Casual Observer says:

    And one of those in 1997 Guardian article was advocating P3d0ph!lia:

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/article-1311193/PETER-HITCHENS-Question-Who-said-Not-sex-involving-children-unwanted-abusive-Answer-The-Popes-biggest-British-critic.html

    Glad he lost Bermondsey, perhaps should be investigated for his links to PIE and jailed.

  144. 144
    Angela Merkin says:

    Now that all the North Sea oil has gone the the UK is being found out for the failed state that it is…

    Ha, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha

    Maybe Georgie boy could do with a loan.

  145. 145
    Old England says:

    Quasimodo!!

  146. 146
    Beatrice says:

    Filthy old git.

  147. 147
    Herman van Bumsex (EU President) says:

    ** pouty face **

  148. 148
    Jimmy says:

    20p for teeth in and 50p for teeth out.

  149. 149
    Tay King-dePisse says:

    One by one, you’ll pick off the bespectacled obese middle-aged men in UK politics– and then you’ll have no competition, for all the “fatty-daddy” fetishists out there, eh Thomas my lad? We’ve cottoned onto your plan, Fat Bastard!

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  151. 151
    Lateral Thought says:

    Or, trigger a war among those who we owe the most money to.

    Those who don’t survive, the debt is destroyed.

    Those who do survive likely will have purchased arms and taken loans from us thus cancelling the debt.

    Withdrawing and collapsing the EU should help kill off a large chunk of the obligations…

  152. 152
    old SHEP says:

    No such thing as a free lunch, if you live in a power hungry world it has to come from somewhere and anybody that thinks it is going to come from windmills is a dreamer or an opportunist with £ signs.

  153. 153
    Thierry Segall says:

    You can cut that out.

    
    

    (I’m a doctor, I’ll have you know.)

  154. 154
    Pryce Watch says:

    So, what time is the retrial kicking off tomorrow ?

  155. 155
    One Term Dave says:

    I demand to be paid in euros. Sterling is completely fucked.

  156. 156
    Somalistan says:

    Welcome to the club.

  157. 157
    Ed Balls says:

    Not quite yet it isn’t, but it will be if I get my way!

  158. 158
    Ed Miliband says:

    I can’t recommend my shadow chancellor.

  159. 159
    rebekah aka nellnewman says:

    I see vincecable has said today that neither he nor cleggie knew anything about rennard. Pity someone in the Mail has now produced emails to cleggie sent in 2008 telling him all about it.

    the bumbling vince is a twit of the highest order but I had not thought he was also a liar.

  160. 160
    Ed Miliband says:

    Even I’m not enough of a twat to want to stay in Liverpool.

  161. 161
    Yo sad topic says:

    Try instead of Rupert the Owl, Pass Out by Tiny Tempah, whose style you basically mimic and fail pretty poorly. At least he knows about love, whereas all this hate is gonna ruin y’all. Also Murdoch is hardly referenced, nor worthy of a song.

  162. 162
    The Government says:

    This is a public announcement.

    Work place pensions…we demand that everyone gets in so that we’re all in…and when everyone’s in we will raid it and pay ourselves big fat salaries and expenses.

    Robert Maxwell – thank you for the idea.

  163. 163
    Ed Miliband says:

    Everything else is dead there too.

  164. 164
    Gangmasters-R-Us says:

    Just as soon as they can find a bus load of eastern european and nigerian immigrants to ship in…any old london street corner will do.

  165. 165
    Residing in 96.99% white Merseyside says:

    But what about the black market?

  166. 166
    Residing in 96.99% white Merseyside says:

    Well, thanks to him loads of houses in Liverpool (and Bootle?) are to be put on sale for £1. This will kick start the economy, especially for the local DIY stores.

  167. 167
    Prof. International Human Rights Law says:

    But if you are the one with a congenital defect, or a major series of strokes, or even many who would otherwise be reluctant to pay for medicines needed to gain a job, would you not want those services to continue to be free? However the point of India (<4% of aid spending) is over-used and a flaming obvious bribe. The point of the BBC is actually to impartially educate (not just entertain). Unfortunately with their dumbed-down mainstream broadcasts they singularly fail to bring people up even to the standards of their radio broadcasts and should I agree forfeit the substantial bills we pay to them. Also the housing budget, simply evict expensive housing claimants even more from expensive areas and save another 10BN and to hell with the BBC screaming but people are being evicted from Chelsea/Hackney/Hammersmith/Sale/Solihull or any other semi-expensive areas you care to name.

  168. 168

    That is the Cain for you, my lass.

  169. 169
    Past Debates says:

    This is interesting debate from 1985:

    http://hansard.millbanksystems.com/commons/1985/nov/29/child-abuse

    Apparently one member of the house, G3offrey D!ckens, declared that he had been put on a hit list.

    The dossier he had compiled and handed to then Home Secretary Le0n Br!ttan, is still being looked for. The second copy was destroyed by Dickens’ family a couple of years after his death in 1995 as they considered it too hot to have in the home.

    It is strange that PIE was not banned after D!ckens had raised concerns in 1981. He was quite vocal in the house about a ring. Curry recently admitted that she had knowledge that there was a cover up.

    That was when he raised questions about Sir P3ter H@ymans involvement. H@yman was British High Commissioner to Canada in the 70s, and worked for M!6.

    Dickens’ questions were concerning national security implications in relation to H@yman being compromised as a blackmail target, as well as H@ymans involvement with p3d0ph!lia.

    This is what Wats0n is quite animated about as it is connected with a certain guesthouse. There is a Labour member involved in those allegations among others. The individual who ran the guesthouse is currently attempting to flee to the US.

  170. 170
    Cuba Libra says:

    It looks like an unprovoked assault. Nothing admirable in such conduct.

  171. 171

    Using Atropos’s abhorred shears, no doubt.

  172. 172
    A Nano-Backbone says:

    Resign

  173. 173
    The public says:

    All overseas aid should be stopped now and every one of the corrupt ‘charity’ CEOs who has ever dipped his bread in it sent to prison.

  174. 174

    Dr Godman was bang on the nail. Not many like him left in the House. Compare the departed Jim Devine.

  175. 175
    Zeitgeist in Strawberry Hill (and 1st class passenger!) says:

    Yes Margot and I have long discussions over the social mores of various politicians. We are anxious that there is not nearly enough quality revelations about private lives and too much focus on real economic policies.

  176. 176

    Roman Catholic church is now for bumsex.

    At least if you are Cardinal Keith O’Brien.

  177. 177
    Harriet says:

    Except the BBC, NHS, range of nightlife and super-rich. All the things that make us proud to be British.

  178. 178
    Anon says:

    Vince knows. Or ought to. There is at least one woman who he knows personally and who was probably affected. Not sure if she has come forward publically yet, but if I were him I would be coming up with a better excuse that the ‘I knew nothing’ one.

  179. 179
    Dey do dough says:

    Or nick a mini.

  180. 180
    Anonymous says:

    Why do you keep posting this comment – in fact lots of people “up here” do read it.

  181. 181
    Anonymous says:

    Oh come on Nell…how many times have you heard it said…DO NOT JUDGE THEM BY THEIR WORDS, ONLY JUDGE THEM BY THE BEHAVIOUR AND ACTIONS!

    Every word that falls off their slivery tongues are complete and utter lies. They are the words of traitors.

  182. 182
    Lefty moose says:

    Surely you can’t be attributing to New Labour again the idea of ill-thought through mission creep in their stated plans?

  183. 183
    A social worker from Tower Hamlets says:

    Le0 Nbrittan.

    Now where have I heard that name mentioned before in the context of child welfare?

  184. 184
    Meanwhile says:

    By resigning The Pope has gone up in my estimation.
    At his age and health he couldn’t sort this mess out.

    http://rt.com/op-edge/pope-benedict-allegations-scandal-312/

  185. 185
    jadedjean says:

    Yes, the RC Church really are easy targets for the kosher press at the moment. Why don’t you fools see this for what it is, they’ve been playing this game for millenia now.

    Their coup de grace was to pursuade the RC intelligentsia (their brightest and best) to become priests and celibate. Now that was clever.

  186. 186
    Harriet says:

    Potentially if you have enough output. However being a castle, it would seem you will fall within the first wave of those properties caught by the mansion tax.

  187. 187

    I dared to mention his comment about taking his Treaty of Rome on holiday so that he can quote it at Jonny Foreigner (see http://order-order.com/2013/02/03/read-guido-in-the-sun-today/#comment-1579849), and queried whether (i) why he constantly drones on about living outside of the UK, and (ii) whether he had left the UK to avoid paying tax.

    He did not take it very well and called me, inter alia:

    “this pathetic, trolling, sub-human mong”

    “pathetic, snivelling, sub-moronic, swivel-eyed, rat-faced, monocular-brained, bat-eared, slab-sided son of a seacook needs his bumps felt”

    “the most gargantuan сunt who ever walked the face of this planet”

    Now to be fair, I have been called much worse in my time but it did seem a little over the top.

  188. 188
    hold them to ac says:

    For INVESTMENT. As opposed to public sector cash injections. There is a difference. One is generally perceived as more effective than the other, as it has fewer restrictions. Don’t worry a basic grasp of business is difficult for Mr Jones.

  189. 189
    Juror says:

    What’s a murder?

  190. 190
    Prof. International Human Rights Law says:

    Objection: there is a basic standard of English required of all jurors. Go and research this. Too much information put about on this subject. The defence is obscure but has now been heard by almost everybody in the U.K. Marital coercion or not? We shall wait and see.

  191. 191
    M'lud says:

    Any attempts to subvert identification and/or actions for damages contained in your seeming inappropriate numerous speculations, before any allegations to authorities have been made by the above commenters, as a direct witnesses or researchers, will not elude the common law as applied in the Courts.

    In other words stop such hideous tittle tattle.

  192. 192
    Who Want's Some! says:

    All the comments are on the right track, our elite can’t and won’t face up to reality because to do so means they have to change the plan and if they change the plan they’re out of a job. Every government we’ve had for the last 50 years has set out to expand the size and scope of the state. The final dream project is the US of Europe, it the the long term goal of the elite that has been at the centre of all they do. It is the very substance of the political elites existence. But reality can’t be avoided, the finance sector was allowed to operate in a criminal way and so long as the ponzi kept being topped up all looked well and the politicians could strut about claiming the wisdom of their light touch. That’s all turned to shit, but our elite have no other plan, grow the state, merge into the super state, control and regulate every aspect of the citizens life.

    Anyone not locked into this plan can see at once what needs to be done. Real substantive cuts across the board, a disengagement from grand plans aboard, an honest statement that the days of unlimited NHS treatment, open ended free education and unlimited welfare is over. The good news would be real control of our borders and who is allowed to be a citizen, our citizens would have a new social contract with the state that would see them keep much more of their earnings with much lower tax, business would be supported to develop British growth and companies investing would be rewarded. Citizens would still have access the free health and education, but it would be capped and set against clear responsibilities. There would be greater use of private insurance to top up the states contingency welfare provision. If you’re not a citizen then you don’t get any state aid at all. Mass immigration would end.

    We’d be a ‘poorer’ in many material ways, but as anyone who’s been bankrupt will tell you, being free of debt means actually being free to live again. Our elite don’t want you free, they want you in hock and in awe to them. It will be a long struggle.

  193. 193
    Ole Uncle Rupe says:

    Suck harder boy.

  194. 194
    Charles Dickens says:

    The Sun……..A Sale of Two Titties.

  195. 195
    the mystic mould with the appearance of the face of Jesus says:

    without looking it up I’m guessing the internet consumes 30 nuclear power stations

  196. 196
    Axe The Telly Tax says:

    Time for a windmill tax :-)

  197. 197
    Soft Southerner says:

    £1 is too much for any house in scouse land

  198. 198
  199. 199
    Lord Leon B says:

    Quite so.

  200. 200
    the mystic mould with the appearance of the face of Jesus says:

    can we go back to gold coins please ?

  201. 201
    Agrees strongly, is popularist filth to express shock at just being gay says:

    Yes if all of the RC homosexuals, nuns, monks, priests over the centuries had been allowed to enter into loving relationships with their partner(s) and in a few cases merely make their relationships known then I think the church would be much more strong. It would also be better equipped to deal with unacceptable sexual deviance such as a sexual liking for children or at the lowest end of the scale priest womanisers/adulterers.

  202. 202
    Dante Alighieri says:

    You looking at my bird?

  203. 203
    Who Want's Some! says:

    Why not replace all the food in all of the national EU Parliamentary restaurants with this horse meat? If there is nothing wrong with it why not reduce the public bill by feeding it to the very legislators who’s laws have encouraged the crime? I’m sure our lot could soon trough their way through it?

  204. 204
    Past Debates says:

    Devine is being sued by his ex manager now:

    http://local.stv.tv/edinburgh/110635-disgraced-jim-devines-former-office-manager-wants-75000-in-damages/

    One hopes that Huhne is not going to have his custodial sentence executed in the same light manner Devine did.

  205. 205
    q says:

    is this why they’re called the fucking rich????

    or maybe this
    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2027708/Samantha-Camerons-father-nets-350-000-year-subsidised-wind-farm.html – talk about benefit scroungers

    they’re all the same – fucking shits

  206. 206
    Jimmy's Rightie News Of The Day says:

    An Oxford student involved in the setting off of fireworks at The Bridge nightclub two weeks ago is reportedly a member of the Bullingdon Club.

    Orme Alexander Clarke, a student at St Benet’s, was confirmed by a staff member at Bridge to have been named by police in connection with the incident.

    Sources close to Clarke have suggested that he is a member of the infamous dining society.

    One student, who wished to remain anonymous, said: “I can confirm that Orme Clarke told me about his Bullingdon Club initiations.”

    The student also backed up reports of initiations last year, saying: “He described them as involving him having to burn a £50 note in front of a tramp.”

    [oxford student]

  207. 207
    Bed warmers inc says:

    What’s wrong with a schrodycatamite?

  208. 208
    Jimmy says:

    In retrospect, probably the wrong person to name as a referee.

  209. 209
    Where are Tony Blair's Expenses says:

    Clegg and dishonesty fit nicely into the same sentence.

  210. 210
    Owin Jones says:

    Dear Guido Fawkes, fall in love with me.

  211. 211
    Joke box jury says:

    How many biased women jurors does it take to fuck up a trial?

  212. 212
    Gaddaffi's chauffeur says:

    Intern all Catholics now .

    They are a threat to the very fabric of the State .

    Mr Cameron where are you when your people need you?

  213. 213
    Owin Jones says:

    Vince Cable has dismissed the loss of Britain’s prized AAA rating as “background noise”. Sheer,fucking arrogance @Telegraph http://soc.li/qpK0Aij

  214. 214
    Rube Goldberg's dead ringer says:

    Is Sweeney Todd working for the Liverpool Care Pathway ??
    Much more fun to leave that sort of thing to the gravelings.

    
    

    (My Fates are killing me.)

  215. 215
    Rupert says:

    And next time you are chained up for the evening do not start signing ole man river.

  216. 216
    Rupert says:

    or even singing. You pommy bastard

  217. 217
    Anonymous says:

    It is a Guido error even to conceptualise that a copy of the the Sun might paid for and allowed into the car …

  218. 218
    Anonymous says:

    This is presumably something to do with Divine Brown of shortie Hugh Grant fame ?

  219. 219
    Anonymous says:

    Woman is culpable due to Her silence, through the millenia …

  220. 220
    old SHEP says:

    I thought they had always been into bum sex, but didn’t a radical priest say recently that they should now be allowed to consort with the female gender and get married? but my interpretation of the scriptures is somewhat hazy.

  221. 221
    Anonymous says:

    … why not pay welfare to illiterate immigrants but in their home country … pay them to stay at home !

  222. 222
    Ed Balls(Chancellor Of The Exchequer Designate) says:

    The AAA downgrade – the first for Britain since 1978 – vote tory. They know what they are doing, The Professionals.

  223. 223
    MC Staynz says:

    Owl = Wisdom

    Plastic Owl = Fake wisdom

    White boy angst = Fake outrage

  224. 224
    Owin Jones says:

    For avoidance of doubt, is it accurate to say Mr Clegg has 15 Spads ?

  225. 225
    Sir William Wade says:

    A future Chancellor of the Exchequer, then.

  226. 226
    Tay King-dePisse says:

    Nell, it’s going to end up being just a variation on the “BBC/Jimmy Savile” defence: “Oh, you don’t know what to believe, when it comes to certain people blah blah blah…” The Business Minister is just giving everybody the “business” here; he’s playing like he don’t know too much, and he don’t wanna know too much, like the Kevin Pollak character in Casino. (In fairness to Clegg and him, I doubt Rennard was doing anything right in front of them, to where they’d know for absolutely sure.) But you can bet your food money Nick gave Rennard the old “All right, you didn’t do it, and don’t do it again” bit of advice. And I’m sure Cable DOES know that much.

  227. 227
    Sir William Wade says:

    Not all in one night, though.

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  229. 229
    Tay King-dePisse says:

    Do a far, far better thing than you have ever done, sorta like Sydney Carton is what I have in mind.

    Oops, lost my head, said Anne Boleyn; I shouldn’t say things like that.

  230. 230
    Past Debates says:

    No. Expenses fraud, and successful prosecution and conviction of ex Labour MP.

  231. 231
    Joke box jury says:

    Hahaha, burning a £50 note certainly puts Jonah’s £7 billon gold blunder in the shade doesn’t it James? (Fuckwit)

  232. 232
    Anonymous says:

    Libertarians, Trots, deregulators, anti-statist, right-wing free-market anarchists (anarchy means without rule) are all state busters. The profits were privatised and now the losses are being socialised. This is all just part of the further transfer of wealth from poor to rich on a scale never seen before. The middle class are next!

  233. 233
    Anonymous says:

    see no. 201 above for just one example.

  234. 234
    Considering collectives, is Parliament inhabited predominately by Lapwings, Crows or Owls ? Discuss. says:

    I suspect there are more Lapwings than Owls at present in the house.

  235. 235

    Agree. Within the limitations of the ramshackled edifice which he leads, I think he is a force for the good. I say that as a non-theist.

  236. 236

    The Church of Rome has taken two Millennia to box itself into a tight corner, if I may use such an infelicitous expression.

  237. 237
    Uncle Guido says:

    Yes, buss. Thank you, buss.

  238. 238
    Anonymous says:

    Has said person done a runner?

  239. 239
    Anonymous says:

    How anyone can run their lives on the basis of a 2000+ years old book and the orders of a celibate pope / priesthood must be clinically insane.

  240. 240
    Mr O'Brien says:

    Are you sure it is the sun and not a Cardinal my son?

  241. 241
    Terry Dactyl says:

    I love you guys.

  242. 242
    Yvette says:

    I know that Blodwen.

  243. 243
    Anonymous says:

    “The middle class are next!”

    Of course they are. They’ve bled the working classes dry, time for richer pickings.

  244. 244
    Frank Furter says:

    the word in the coffee shops is that Merky is skating on very thin ice.

  245. 245
    Once lib-dem but never again says:

    But if Clegg says it’s true, who believes him?
    Not me for sure.

  246. 246
    Fanny Craddock says:

    Or nick a pinny.

    Come on Johnnie, I’ve a bun in the oven.

  247. 247
    Learn to Count with Ed Balls says:

    …eleventeen, twelvety, six, nine, eleventeen…

  248. 248
    Mark Wouters says:

    Clegg has lost the tripple aaa credit rating ,ITS NOT GOING TO COME BACK EVER !!!

  249. 249
    I had no idea about Stafford says:

    No wonder he can’t be seen, Burnham’s such a big arse.
    Good choice Gideon.

  250. 250

    It is arguable that the Damascus Road experience brought much more harm to the church than all P@ul’s previous efforts to persecute its followers.

    It is appropriate to discuss this in a political blog because so much of Christian theology was set in place by him for the purposes of gaining conversions. he was a politico. In other words here was a fundamentalist who converted but brought his previous undesirable values with him. Imagine Abu Hamza suddenly becoming Christian and you get the picture.

    P@ul started the rule of celibacy and the world is still paying for it.

  251. 251
    Nick aka Satan says:

    Whether you’re here or not, wish you were nice.

  252. 252
    Learn to Count with Ed Balls says:

    Eleventeen, four, eight, twelvety, three. Hey, I got to three! Everything’s coming up Balls today! We’ll soon get that BBB credit rating back if I become chancellor!

  253. 253

    Fates Don’t Fail You Now?

  254. 254
    Learn to Count with Ed Balls says:

    You look like a size twelvety to me.

  255. 255
    Casual Observer says:

    With the storm hitting the Lib Dems at the moment, to him it probably is.

  256. 256

    A gentleman is one who never hurts anyone’s feelings unintentionally.

  257. 257

    The Nicomachean Ethics of Aristotle is both older and better. We are fortunate that it has survived which is in no small part due to the Arabs at Alexandria.

  258. 258
    Learn to Count with Ed Balls says:

    It’ll take eleventeen years and four squillion eurodollars sterling in tax rises across the board before we get it back. I know this because I am an expert.

  259. 259
    Owin Jones says:

    Quote of the Century

    ‘We are in terrible trouble!’ Prime Minister David Cameron.

  260. 260
    Learn to Count with Ed Balls says:

    Eleventeen, twelvety…

  261. 261
    Casual Observer says:

    If any of them admit having knowledge then by implication they are admitting they did not act upon this and hence admitting a liability.

    They will know what the rules are and are likely under legal advice.

  262. 262
    think! says:

    So you don’t have a mobile phone, how about all those phone masts on private land, do you think the owners of the land are allowing the masts on their land for free.

  263. 263
    Anonymous says:

    When it comes to non-theists I’m an agnostic.

  264. 264
    Gaddaffi's chauffeur says:

    Quite frankly as long as I can keep borrowing money at 1.5% I am quite happy to lose my Triple A rating.

    Last summer I went on holiday and stayed at a two star hotel . With the money I saved I ate out every night and when I got home I had enough cash to fill my car up at least twice with petrol .

  265. 265
    Anonymous says:

    Quote of the Century.

    “I’m going to try not to fuck the Budget up, unlike last year” – George Osborne

    H/T Andrew Rawnsley

  266. 266
  267. 267
    Anonymous says:

    Good documentary on BBC last night. The Bedouin live without gas, electricity or petroleum.
    Clever people – eh?

  268. 268
    Evelyn Waugh and Graham Greene says:

    It’s clear that both of you know fuck all of the one and only true church. Clue: it’s got nothing to do with that one twentieth part of the human psyche called ‘logic’.

  269. 269
    Casual Observer says:

    The mobile phone companies do not receive massive public subsidy, and the phone masts perform a service which is useful.

    The phone masts are also not so densely packed (except in city areas), in need of so much supporting infrastructure, do not kill off birds or wreck the landscape so much.

    A building / landowner would not get anywhere near the amount for having one sited on their land as is being made from the useless windmills.

  270. 270
    Anonymous says:

    Astute man. He knows a shit storm when one approaches.

  271. 271
    Census says:

    Eastern Euros don’t really count, some of them even have ginger hair as well!
    Many of Libeour’s traditional Northern heartlands are still mostly Wh1te working-class/welfare class, as you lot in scouseland will know. Same could be said of places like Newcastle/Sunderland and most of South Wales. Contrast these places with some of the more newly created urban Labour strongholds in the South East

  272. 272
    Eastleigh Watch says:

    Whilst the LibLabCon slowly burn, D!ane J@mes is getting support in Eastleigh:

    http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/support-grows-for-eastleigh-ukip-candidate-8508254.html

    The by-election is due next Thursday. What else can happen in the next four days ?

  273. 273
    Anonymous says:

    I know enough about the Roman Catholic Church to know it is thoroughly evil.

  274. 274
    Leon Brittan says:

    At no time have I ever had a physical relationship with Nick Clegg
    or any other pretty boys !
    You can take my word upon this as a politician
    Thank you

    BTW

    I can highly reccomend a guest house for anybody who is looking for a cosy weekend getaway

    Leo

  275. 275
    The BBC says:

    We demand to know everything about you, but you can only know what we want you to know about us.

  276. 276
    Leon Brittan says:

    Qoute of the century

    David Milliband

    “I have in my hand a blank sheet of paper…..
    Errr thats it “

  277. 277
    Sophronios says:

    Ah yes, the Arabs who burnt the library of Alexandria – thanks Abdul!

  278. 278
  279. 279
    Pervert Watch says:

    It’s amazing. Only the tories and lib-dems have perverts. Labour are pure!

  280. 280
    Lucy Fir says:

    Anything prone to human folly is evil. What you fuckwits don’t understand is that you’ve been sold a Janet and John version of reality, and that includes religion. I’m sorry, but you must work a bit harder and dig deeper you lazy gets.

  281. 281
    Labour hate democracy says:

    Quote of the Century:

    “The Conservative’s in/out referendum on our EU membership is wrong. We must stay in the EU, no matter what the cost. The British public must not be given any chance to have a say. There must not be a referendum. Labour are committed to denying the public their chance to speak. The State knows best.”

  282. 282
    Chris Bryant's husband says:

    That is so true.

  283. 283
    Prancincing around in his Y-fronts, Chris Bryant MP says:

    +1

  284. 284
    Mine's a pie - no, make that a dozen says:

    Well Presclott, you probably only had two because the desk wasn’t big enough to sh*g more. Whatever your lovely wife sees in you, it aint your good manners.

    Dirty fat old fart!

  285. 285
    Past Debates says:

    There must be a credible explanation for a Home Secretary to delay the arrest of P!E members wanted on charges of child abuse when in office:

    http://twitter.com/murunbuch/status/297464258294345728

  286. 286
    Tay King-dePisse says:

    When it comes to having to pay a load of money for your misprision of someone else’s bad acts, you’re damned right you don’t say anything; to paraphrase Mandy R!ce-Davies, in regard to Cable not admitting he knew anything, “Well, he WOULDN’T, would he?”

  287. 287
    Atheist funeral service says:

    She’s dead. End of story. Get over it.

  288. 288
    the mystic mould with the appearance of the face of Jesus says:

    I think it is 300 quid a year for the wooden electric poles, I’d guess the big pylons would be 5x that maybe.

  289. 289
    Evie says:

    Stop it LTC. You’re making me giggle.

  290. 290
    It's all going tits up for Dave & Co says:

    “Labour lead over Tories up to 12% in advance of Eastleigh, poll finds.

    Labour enjoying 41% support compared with 29% for Conservatives and 13% for Ukip”

  291. 291
    Cliff Richard says:

    Is it safe to come home yet?

  292. 292
    Machiavelli says:

    There are many unsavory rumors in flight at the moment sourcing from the Wats0n smear machine.

    Some are true, others simply confusing.

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/politics/9884343/John-Whittingdale-MP-condemns-Lords-curb-on-press.html

    There may be some good intentions, but is Wats0ns real objective to simply have the press censored ? His boss is a well known advocate of P!E, and he has not spoken out against p3d0ph!lia as such, but certainly has been using it as basis to smear and bolster the objectives he set out from phone hacking.

    He has a ‘source’ who blogs directly to him, and he was involved in the setting up of Exar0 with the ex Guardian reporters. The whole modus operandi is very reminiscent of the operation run to discredit the Major government in the 90s.

  293. 293
    One Term Dave says:

    Everything is going to plan. Toodle pip!

  294. 294
    Monkey Police says:

    Hear no Evil, See no Evil, seek promotion and pension.

    Evil!

  295. 295
    Point of Information says:

    There is at least one Labor MP implicated in the Elm House investigations.

    So, they are not clean.

    Labour 25 has also grown by a further 19…

  296. 296
    CPS says:

    Suck it and see.

  297. 297
    Lord L B says:

    No – just lots of rent boys.

  298. 298
    BARON CHRIS RENNHARDON of WAVEACOCK says:

    My friend Nick Clegg will tonight admit that he did know three years ago that i’m a fat disgusting molester
    He is now saying that he had heard rumours only because the lying fucker has been rumbled

  299. 299
    Tay King-dePisse says:

    …said Sam Weller, concerning what the Bishop told the actress.

  300. 300
    Casual Observer says:

    There is likely no criminal here. But there would be civil litigation risk.

    The party and its executive will have public liability insurance, which of course would not pay out if they admitted liability on an issue like this, leaving them wide open to a possibly quite high damages award.

    I only seek to augment your point, which I fully empathize with, with some rational explanation.

  301. 301
    EU Funded Pro-EU Troll says:

    Vote UKIP

  302. 302
  303. 303
    Nick Clegg says:

    Guilty your honour

  304. 304
    Tom Smear Man Watson says:

    I never fear to smear, well from the safety of parliament.

  305. 305
  306. 306
    Manuel says:

    I know nothing. I am from Barcelona.

  307. 307
    (I don't need no doctor) says:

    Guilty your honour……but I’m sorry, I’m sorry, so sorry…..

  308. 308
    The Guest House Landlord says:

    It’s so funny, how we don’t talk any more…

  309. 309

    Mark Thompson knew about Savile after all.

    That means there is no other way to put this:

    He is a liar.

  310. 310
    jimmy sovile says:

    NOTHING WRONG WITH RUBBING YOUR COCK AGAINST A YOUNG LADIES LEG

    CAPLOCK BASTARD !

  311. 311
    Josey Wales says:

    My very thoughts.

    
    

    Best be careful with that razor (if you catch my drift.)

  312. 312

    Even Ford have fucked off from Mongland.

  313. 313
    Our Host says:

    “…'[F]atty-daddy’ fetishists…”
    I know someone who’s like that– he used to post first all the time…

  314. 314
    Jimmy Somerville says:

    Oh yes there is…Dave says so!

  315. 315
    Hairy white mouse says:

    Can you say that now in a family paper ?

  316. 316
    CYNICAL OLD MAN says:

    That’s very big of Prescott. Now how much has the thick fat bastard cost the taxpayer with all his failed policies whilst in power? Feckin’ billions! Cleggie’s £1m is checken feed compared to what Prescott wasted (good houses compulsorily purchased for £70 grand apiece and sold for 1p each, good money thrown after bad on a f**ked up transport policy, or anything else this incompetent twat got himself involved with.

  317. 317
    Ed Millionaireband says:

    I was suffering from a touch of the trots.

  318. 318
    Subsidy or Not? says:

    There would be a small profit in the schemes without the “subsidy”, which is just a minimum energy price. In most cases as this has been cut dramatically by Osborne sites are no longer economical, it only makes sense in the most windy places. Too easy isn’t it like oil producing companies to have immense envy. Try making some of your own hot air. Literally.

  319. 319
    Casual Observer says:

    It also reinforces the depth of cover up at BBC as well.

    Thompson was directly responsible for the tribute show going out.

    We can now say that he was not willfully ignorant:

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/crime/jimmy-savile/9643942/Mark-Thompson-was-wilfully-ignorant-about-Jimmy-Savile-abuse.html

  320. 320
    Oscar "Cricket bat" Pistolius says:

    “What’s a murder?”

    FFS, I’ve given you all a pretty good fucking clue!

  321. 321
    Casual Observer says:

    A deeply political statement given the upcoming by-election.

    Keep them coming ;-)

  322. 322
    Casual Observer says:

    I guess so. The BBC may put a big fat black pen through it though.

  323. 323
    EU Funded Pro-EU Troll says:

    Vote LibLabCon.

  324. 324
    Point of Information says:

    WTF ? Paying non UK foreigners benefits period, no.

    These poor people have had billions pumped into their own countries by the EU building infrastructure etc.

    They do not deserve anything from us.

  325. 325
    Poking fun says:

    Certainly. Must be as when in the same county (see list of parishes) steers well clear of “Beaconsfield” and “Seer Green”. Prefering Hardwick and mocking Tesco’s Horsenden branch. He also appears at times to stray far from “Chequers”.

    Iver feeling that Andy Burnham and other Labour-Cooperative Party cronies are actually in league with BBC News e.g. George Alagiah and Huw Edwards and they should report on the positive measures as they did under Brown’s time in the office. Or is it just that BBC1 has a lot of fun with the Labour front bench. For the record: Denham is never Brill nor are Gayhurst and Fingest pet names to be used for the Labour front bench. Wooburn is strictly out of the question.

    The chance of reaching any form of “Newton Blossomville” or “Woughton” under the present BBC rule are next to zero.

  326. 326
    P l e b says:

    Osborne stated it was crucial the the UK AAA status must be retained for our recovery and spent billions propping it up. Now that it is gone he sent his sidekick Beaker from the Muppets, Danny Alexander to say it didn’t really matter. So all those billions were wasted and the recovery is not happening as Osborne’s policies have failed. He will not change them due to party dogma trumping common sense

  327. 327
    Casual Observer says:

    If it can’t run without subsidy it probably shouldn’t.

    The big cock up has been shale gas development, and new oil fields being brought on line. As well as the generators only have a life 1/3 what they were meant to be meaning the unit cost of power produced by these things is significantly higher than what was sold.

    Wholesale price of energy, particularly gas, is set to come down soon.

    Irrespective of that, the windmills generate virtually no power. Nuke plants would have been a much greener, cheaper and practical investment, irrespective of what the eco mongs say.

  328. 328

    I know those parts of old. They were bad then…

  329. 329
    Casual Observer says:

    The QE money has been spent keeping yield down by buying debt and stashing it in the Bo.E

    No real money has been wasted, but if only new debt has been purchased and there has been no effort to buy back existing debt in the market, you can see that the government has been running a very sneaky financing scheme indeed.

    That the markets will likely punish.

    The downgrade will undo the work to control the cost of the existing debt. It will be sterling which gets hit hardest, and that will trigger a domestic inflation problem.

  330. 330
    al Kebabah says:

    “one of the things I’m very keen on doing, and that’s putting it mildly, is to preserve Britain’s international credit rating. You know it’s absolutely essential we don’t have the downgrade that hangs over the country at the moment.” – George Osborne

  331. 331
    Secretbanker says:

    Let’s face it. The coalition hasn’t got a clue. They cut too deep when ‘tweaking’ was required. They let the banks get away with murder when fundamental reform was required. Now the much laughed at Euro is stronger then the pound. Europe has not imploded as predicted.The NHS is failing, ‘pillars of society’ are being exposed daily to be corrupt and selfish. Welcome to the UK 2013 ! 0 Hour !

  332. 332
    tiberius says:

    That’s about a 50/50 chance of you being right then.

  333. 333
    Moussa Koussa's pet meerkat says:

    Austerity and the AAA has been nothing more than a smokescreen for this morally repugnant government to hide behind whilst they implement their divisive privatisation agenda. The rich are getting richer, the poor getting poorer, foodbanks are struggling to keep up, social mobility has been set back decades.
    We’re all in it together all right, the posh boys in clover, the rest of us
    in the xxxx

  334. 334
    Casual Observer says:

    Europe is not out of the woods by any means yet. And the US is also looking quite shaky.

    The big problem was transferring private sector debt of the banks over to the public sector. That should not have been done.

    Osborne did comprehensively screw up the previous budget as well. About 90% of it was reversed out.

    External risks, primarily Europe, are the main cause of problems right now, and the UK is not alone in having to deal with this problem. Remaining in the EU is an issue as it is preventing UK having free trade with other parts of the world that can afford to buy our produce.

    EU quotas on wheat etc. also screwed up UK last year. Which is another problem still unfolding: Our potato harvest was a bit poor thanks to the rain, and we have not got enough wheat at a time when global prices are going up due to poor harvests in the US.

    Europe is at the root of most of the UKs direct problems here. It is about time that issue was removed from the equation.

  335. 335
    Hard southerner says:

    I think with John Bishop from there, not to mention a host of other normal, straight talking people even the footballers I’d like it there. People only mock what they don’t have and central Liverpool and especially its north and south outskirts are really lovely places. At least people from Runcorn work out which is better than can be said for much of the lazy south.

  336. 336
    Casual Observer says:

    Austerity was advised by the !MF.

    The !MF have since revealed that they got a key economic figure used in their model to determine that advice wrong. Hence the complete shambles across EU and UK.

    They would not have got that wrong by mistake, and governments implementing would have checked the figures, yet for some reason proceeded.

    Bulk of UK national debt not paid off was acquired under previous Labour government.

    Here is a good representation of true Labour legacy:

    http://www.debtbombshell.com/

    Brown signing Lisbon did not help matters.

    No one is in this together. It is soon going to be every man for himself.

  337. 337
    M'lud says:

    Speculation. To date Pistorius has made no full defence story known. His defence may well be that someone banged her with a bat round (who knows who, friends, acquaintances, old enemies/lovers) and then he just sort of went after him/her with a gun. Let’s hold one’s ammo literally. A good idea of a murder is something like the Moors Murderers, killing of small children. Or of course the Iain Huntley or Levi Bellfield having been more recent murderers. It is fortunately a relatively uncommon word in this country. In a few U.S., Russian and Syrian cities murder is more of a fact of life alas.

  338. 338
    M'lud says:

    FYI there have been many borderline cases of murder (the lesser version with less direct intention, or a partial defence succeeding being known as manslaughter). It is in a surprisingly large minority of cases explained to a jury what that obscure degree of intention is, because our law sensibly decides this on a patchwork quilt of unlawful killing previous Appeal Cases established over the centuries. Even now perhaps on average one appeal a year will succeed arguing to the senior “Appeal Judges” that a murder was not murder. So the question is actually often sensible.

  339. 339
    CHRIST ON BIKE! says:

    who gives a crap what hot air a politician comes out with. The credit rating, the real world doesn’t actually mean a whole lot, given the state of other country’s, other than it exposed the lie that they were “cutting to far to fast” when clearly they weren’t even scratching the service

  340. 340
    Hon Lady Cordelia Fortescue-Smythe in Chipping Norton says:

    Apparently “My main aim is to avoid fucking up the economy”. The implication/connotation is that he hasn’t done so yet, Labour would fuck it up. Rather simple really. I suppose he is reaching out to those Essex heartlands, as we don’t speak like that in our Guardian columns.

  341. 341
    Essex bloke says:

    This is the flaming Guardian article that says: A year can be an aeon in politics. What? Get a grip of normal English. And it’s “voguish” to talk about “omnishambles” last year. Really. It’s gay more like.

  342. 342
    Casual Observer says:

    It may be directed more at the City, agreed.

    But how many who work in the City of London reads the Guardian ?

    How many in Essex for that matter ?

  343. 343
    Hon Lady Cordelia Fortescue-Smythe in Chipping Norton says:

    The point is this isn’t what he said at all. It is all saying in that article by very poorly disguised innuendo: “he is an admirer of America” that his reference to “fuck” one poor set of political statements around March last year, not to the “the economy as a whole” which he is diligent not to completely “fuck off”. Unlike Alastair Darling/Ed Balls.

  344. 344
    Hon Lady Cordelia Fortescue-Smythe in Chipping Norton says:

    For “fuck off” read “fuck up”.

  345. 345
    Dowager Lady Grantham at the races!! :-) says:

    Pay little regard to my daughter’s obscene use of language in the commentary above, it transpires that she may have spent considerable time with certain nouveau-riche elements in the conservative party who now seem to hold the Conservative Party in a vice.

  346. 346
    Ed Balls admirer at the Beeb. says:

    I think the off version was nearly right.

    Ed Balls wants to “suck off” the economy, in every which way.

  347. 347
    old SHEP says:

    Talking about credit ratings but on a personal level, mine is now EEe minus, thanks to the monumental fuck-ups of the powers that be.

  348. 348
    Ghost of Gordon says:

    You have to sort out the borrowing by increasing public spending in line with growth. You have to invest money when Britain needs the investment and spread out the long-term cost of borrowing. There will be no returning to boom and bust.

  349. 349
    Eastleigh sailor in Humble le Rice says:

    “Through us a rope Gord please mate!”

    Gordon:

    “I would but I’ve thrown prudence to the wind and am going after her”.

  350. 350
    Olympic Paralympic Legacy: Murder Family says:

    The Twilight Zone exists in South Africa:

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2013/feb/24/oscar-pistorius-brother-homicide-charge

    Nice family.

  351. 351
    Broker says:

    Asia has opened, GBP is going down.

    May go beneath 1.50 when the real action starts tomorrow.

    Predictions:

    i) Sterling is going to get hammered.
    ii) Gilts are going to sell off a little bit.
    iii) Gold is going to start going back up.
    iv) Then Gilts will get hammered a lot.

    Somewhere in the above, Osborne has to resign, or a GE called.

  352. 352
    Anonymous says:

    Judging by Vickys trial, yes.

  353. 353
    Anonymous says:

    How Prescott has the nerve to draw attention to himself, i dont know.

  354. 354
    Blowing Whistles says:

    “Sir Thomas Heatherington” – I sure hope he ain’t familial with the current Recorder of Portsmouth?

  355. 355
    Quantrill says:

    Funny that, and we all thought National Insurance was paying for our pensions when we contributed, now its time to pay out the moneys gone and the government come up with a brilliant new idea of “workplace pensions” ” best of all, when you pay in, your boss pays in too” ????? Isn’t that what happened under NI?

  356. 356
    Quantrill says:

    +100

  357. 357
    Archie says:

    Those “protests” were actually in Australia, whose ego-challenged citizens are capable of anything, but equally these appear to be students, who will fill the streets at the drop of a hat if they so much as suspect that there won’t be enough sugar in their tea!

  358. 358
    Don't de dough says:

    or Mick’s a Ninny?

  359. 359
    Dey do dough, don't dey? says:

    or stick a pin, innit?


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