February 25th, 2013

‘Ello ‘Ello ‘Ello me Lord

Will need some sturdy cuffs for those hands…


333 Comments

  1. 1
    Gob-smacked says:

    Sorry, but is there something about Chris that girls find resistable?

    • 10
      Anonymous says:

      Will Clegg resign by Friday?

      • 19
        Susie says:

        Does the Pope $hit in the woods?

        • 33
          Geppe Brillo says:

          Is that why he resigned?

          • Statement from Nick Dregg, the Deputy Slime Minister

            The allegations made on Channel 4 about the Lib Dems ever having any electable policies last Thursday were extremely serious and distressing to all involved.

            But I would like to make one thing crystal clear. I did not know about any Lib Dem policies until Channel 4 informed the party of them shortly before they were broadcast.

            I am angry and outraged at the suggestion that the Lib Dems ever published a coherent, useful or popular policy. Indeed, when indirect and non-specific policies reached my Office in 2008, we acted to deal with them.

            I totally reject the insidious suggestion that my office or I are responsible in any way for a deliberate policy on anything.

            In the meantime, I will not stand by and allow my party to be shown to be effective or popular and will endeavour to see it sink in a show trial of innuendo, half-truths and slurs.

            The important thing is that we respect any lunatics who have come forward and do everything to run away from real life. That is what will now happen.

        • 34
          Tay King-dePisse says:

          Do ursines abdicate, citing health problems?

        • 54
          anonymous says:

          run run reynard

        • 82
          Bear in the woods (a real one not a lib-dem in fancy dress) says:

          Yes Susie he does, I’ve seen him.

      • 24
        turncoat libbers says:

        his backbone left the coalition some time ago so no loss

      • 190
        Tesco Really IS Shite says:

        Will YOU fuck off NOW? Nurse Ratched had better double your dosage right away.

        • 304
          ana says:

          surely it is – Ratchet (device), a mechanical device that allows movement in only one direction

    • 23
      Capt. Shadow (Retd.) - Former MI5 Wet Ops. Team says:

      Does anyone know where ‘Cleggover’ has flown off to from Heathrow? Nothing on his ‘Grid’ apparently.

      Does he perhaps know what’s coming out next re. Rennard?…

      • 26
        constituency trainbound says:

        amsterdam window shopping

        • 172
          Anonymous says:

          Rembrandt or Red Light? Cables a socialist so maybe just Red Flag?

          • Zeitgeist in Strawberry Hill says:

            Cable’s a darling to the media. Simple as that and Margot and I love him! xxx from totally desirable Twickers hoping mansion tax doesn’t start to affect xxx

      • 116
        Anonymous says:

        LibDem spokesman(oops spokesperson) said he went to Holland on “Party business).
        Apparently it was not listed on the programme for today issued this morning.
        What’s the betting he’s making plans for a return to a job in the EU gravy train?

        • 294
          M'lud says:

          Where are the LD spokeswomen, I hope not also alleging sexual assault of one of the other parties and grassing to the media, not the cops as normal women would instead do?

        • 298
          BBC Marxist fifth column says:

          According to the BBC 10 o’ clock news last night Clegg is in Amsterdam “for a Government meeting” – so now you know wwhere your seat of government really is aand – NewsFlash!- it’s not Westminster

    • 70
      Anonymous says:

      Is that a gagging order in your pocket or are you just here to arrest me.

      • 106
        CarryHole is a stupendous Hunt says:

        You’re the ghost of Stephen Milligan and I claim my Bahrainian face mask.

    • 198
      CarryHole is a stupendous Hunt says:

      Who wouldn’t vote for a party that did tunes like this?

    • 327
      Anonymous says:

      Does anybody else think that this is like a really far fetched episode of “house of cards”? I read the explanation by the woman from channel 4 news as to why they are running with the story now and it was pathetic ! I bet if the Lord was gorgeous this wouldnt be news !

  2. 2
    Thunderbox says:

    They should have another go at his expenses as well.

    A thieving groper.

    • 50
      pissed off voter says:

      absolutely. absurd leniency from all three parties will ultimately bite them in the arse –

      expense fiddler = dodgy character = loose cannon

  3. 3
    Clegg Watch. says:
  4. 4
    The Right Honourable George Osborne Mp 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.

    • 21
      Gideon the Pretend Cutter says:

      I’m so successful that the Debt is more than doubling to £1.5 trillion during my watch. More than all the total by all the other Chancellors in history put together.
      Aren’t I doing well, Dave.
      Mervyn’s forged £375 billion already, so we’re half way to funding my £800 billion overspend.

      • 63
        Learn to Count with Ed Balls says:

        Four, Seven, Two, Elventeen, Twelvety.

        I can count superbly, and anyone who says otherwise will get their heads flushed down the Commons toilets.

  5. 5
    Citizen Kane says:
    • 9
      Tom Fatson says:

      Calm down, @OwinJokes, we will have this newspaper closed down when I am in Power.

    • 30
      john in cheshire says:

      Questions for this creature and entities like him :
      1. Are you now or have you ever been a member of a socialist organisation?
      2. Who do you hate and when did that begin?
      3. Whose side are you on?

      • 64
        CarryHole is a stupendous Hunt says:

        He’s a symophobe.

        • 109
          I'm ambilingual says:

          A yw’r Owen gwisgo stilettos? O’r uchder benysgafn gall pontificate ar bopeth. Mae trueni ei fod yn gwybod dim. Dim byd, ac eithrio sut i ymddwyn fel Prat Cymraeg o’r radd flaenaf.

          roughly:

          Does Owen wear stilettos? From that dizzy height he can pontificate on everything. A pity he knows nothing. Nothing, except how to behave like a Welsh prat of the first order.

      • 121
        JH2389423904823 says:

        4. Why doesn’t Owen Palsy-mouth go and live in fucking Tower Hamlets if he loves them so much. Maybe he could arrange a gay mardi gras to help forge cultural ties?

        • 264
          aussie rules says:

          Jones is the shape of things to come if Labour wins power,politically correct shyte from him and his homo friends.

    • 61
      Fondly Foxed from Feltham says:

      Is 0-win Joan Potty Loynbee’s love-child ?

    • 91
      CarryHole is a stupendous Hunt says:

      Nothing outbiles the grauniad though. It’s the daily wail of the left.

      • 326
        yeah, right... says:

        Agreed. They both pander to the prejudice of a readership with a massive sense of entitlement.

        Or as gorgeous George would say, two cheeks of the same arse.

  6. 6
    Handycock says:

    I will lend you my lawyer.

  7. 7
  8. 8
    Jimmy says:

    Tomorrow’s Daily Hitler leads with fresh allegations against Lloyd George.

  9. 11
    Up North says:

    Non halal horse meat found in Lancashire school meals burgers

  10. 12
    VINCE CABLE says:

    FFS we even have horsemeat in fags now !

    http://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/simgad/8791164726544365968

  11. 14
    Prick Clegg says:

    I never knew anything about any specific or general allegations of any improper conduct either now or in the past. Honest.

  12. 17
    JohnM says:

    I’ll leave this here, because of a lack of any general contact address.
    Stop spamming my personal email.
    I did not subscribe to the dozens of notifications, and have been into settings and ended them, but they still keep arriving.

  13. 22
    Joss Taskin says:

    Is Lard Rennard related to Lloyd George, one of the foremost Liberal gropers ?

  14. 25
    EU Watch says:

    Still counting in !taly, Lombardy is the lynch pin.

    Looks like Center Left has lower chamber, Center Right (bunga bunga) has the Senate. Seat differences are very slim, but Mont! + Center Left is not able to outdo Center Right + 5 Star (!talian UKIP)

    • 36
      berlox says:

      having humped the entire political class so many times clearly berlusconi has no intention of hanging his bollocks up just yet.

  15. 27
    Ah! Monika says:

    “TV presenter Jon Snow ‘abducted and sexually abused’ as a child.”

    I must have been singularly ugly.

    • 124
      JH2389423904823 says:

      Ah! That explains the festering self-hatred, manifested through trying to force leftist propaganda on the entire country under the guise of ‘news’.

  16. 40
    old SHEP says:

    I think they need a special crime squad setting up for that lot, WESTMINSTER YARD.

  17. 41
    keredybretsa says:

    Rolling heads!

  18. 42
    Vazoline says:

    This is worrying me. I want to see only people of total integrity in both Houses of Parliament.

  19. 44
    Ed Millitwatsit says:

    Well at least the cover up of Gordon’s inappropriate economic behaviour continues to go well.

  20. 45
    keredybretsa says:

    Lord Rennhard knew my father.
    My father knew Lord Rennhard. No, no I don’t believe it!

  21. 48
    Lib Dem Sexual Discrimination Training Video says:

  22. 51
    What a, ahem, handsome fellow says:

  23. 53
    Leafing through my copy of PACE says:

    When a Lib Dem gets arrested, do they get an orange in the mouth as well as the handcuffs?

  24. 58
    Man With A Very Hot Bladder says:

    Get the darbies on him!

  25. 65
    Knacker of The Yard says:

    Has the Boy Clegg done a John Stonehouse? An urgent answer from any sightings is requested

  26. 66
    House of Lords Secretary says:

    I have reported Lord Rennard to the Powlice

    Because he shagged me with his socks on

    Lords should take it all off to perform, don’t you agree?

    • 76
      Tracey says:

      My Johnny didn’t.

      • 134
        The wizz says:

        I bet he didn’t drop his strides either in case his belly overhung and he couldn’t see where he was putting it. There again had he done so, where was he putting it?

  27. 68
    Caligula says:

    Doesn’t your police force have anything better to do than chase white elephants around Westminster?

    While the banks, lawyers, accountants and Russian oligarchs are pillaging Britain?

    And thousands die in hospital thru negligence and worse

    Are you all so decadent that just want to see the police disappear up their own assholes rather than try to stop the mayhem?

    • 74
      chalkie white says:

      Yes. The worse it gets the sooner comes the backlash.

    • 79
      The police says:

      We are very, very busy seeing if anyone’s phone messages have been listed too and checking lasagne for hoof prints.

      If you have a murder or robbery to report please redial and press 1, then #, then press 3,and say “I think our police are wonderful and should have bigger, earlier , pensions.” You will then receive a no-crime committed number.

      • 131
        Bert says:

        And if you have OCD, press 2 over and over and over again.

        • 193
          The police says:

          Please do not press 2. That is reserved or emergency blue light situations.

          Such as fetching the pizza, rushing home to catch match of the day and responding to a code 45.

          {code 45: police horse subject to sexuality question.}

    • 139
      The wizz says:

      White elephant, he’s in the pink.

  28. 69
    Lard Rennard says:

    Hello, I’ve got a little puppy in my office. Would you like to come up to my office and stroke it?

    • 73
      Blo-Jo Swansong says:

      That’s not a little puppy, milord, it’s your tiny cock.

    • 80
      EU Watch says:

      Latest projections: Berlusconi or Bersani need 5 Star (Grillo / !talian UKIP) to form a majority in the senate. (158 seats is majority)

      Center Left appear to have won lower house.

      Mont! appears to be toast.

      Talk of super coalition as well: Mont! + Center Left + Center Right vs. 5 Star: Obviously that would not work.

      Still counting though.

    • 312
      Sara Tether says:

      Will it lick my pussy?

  29. 72
    Reggie says:

    Wormwood Scrubs doesn’t have enough cells on Rule 43 to house all the Lib Dem nonces.

    • 115
      Operation Crossbow says:

      Thing is locking Limp Dims up with a load of sweaty randy men would be like locking kids up in a sweet shop.

    • 142
      Ex prime mentalist says says:

      Allowing for inflation, that will be Rule 45 now!

  30. 75
    Chris Huhne former MP says:

    Tonight – Channel 4 news

    A liberal democrat accused of a misdemeanor spends years denying any impropriety took place.

    I think I’ve seen this bulletin before.

    • 118
      Vasiliki "Vicky" Pryce, former MP's former wife, says:

      Meanwhile, nobody gives a flyin’ fuck I’m on trial again, on account of all this nonsense over ex-hubby’s old friend sticking his hand where he hadn’t oughta. And that’s a lesson for you all. Nobody cares. Nobody. Not even Guido. The moving finger writes, and having writ, moves on…

      • 137
        Bert says:

        Rennard was instrumental in denying Huhne the party leadership. He disallowed some late ballots, giving Clegg victory.

        The timing of these petty revelations is an extraordinary coincidence, don’t you think? I wonder who can be behind them.

  31. 77
    Jack says:

    It seems to me that peers can lie steal and rob the taxpayer with impunity

    Buy when a peer slips his hand in a fillie’s knickers he is treated like a seriius criminal

    Odd way of dealing people and revealing….

    • 94
      old SHEP says:

      Look on the bright side, they are never going to get prosecuted for thieving, but their overweening arrogance then extends into touching-up people that they think cannot fight back.

      • 272
        Matilda and the gels says:

        Back in the day, the song on the coach home was:

        Oh Sir Jasper do not touch me
        Oh Sir Jasper do not touch
        Oh Sir Jasper do not
        Oh Sir Jasper do
        Oh Sir Jasper
        Oh Sir
        Oh !!

  32. 78
    (I don't need no doctor) says:

    C4 News shit stirring in Eastleigh this evening.
    Michael Crick – what about a follow up to your Andrew Mitchell piece.

  33. 81
    Anonymous says:

    Hypothetical question – If you have your fingers crossed when you deny something that happened, does that make it ok?

  34. 83
    A casual observer says:

    They wouldn’t be complaining if he was a catch.

    Double standards.

  35. 87
    Laurie Penny says:

    On the train to Sussex Owen Jones just did his impression of Tony Benn to cheer me up. Quite creepily accurate.

    • 141
      Bert says:

      Your impression of Shirley Williams is a showstopper, dear. Don’t hide your light under a bushel. You’ve got the dead eyeballs and invincible smugness down to a tee.

      • 273
        Matilda says:

        Steady on Bert. Laurie is a victim of Shirley’s ejoocashun policies, so do try to make some small allowances here and there.

  36. 88
    MB. says:

    It sounds as if the Met Police just want to make it look as if they are doing something in case they are criticised for not doing so.

    • 114
      Operation Crossbow says:

      They will kick in some journalist front doors just to make it look like they are doing something. Fat idle useless corrupt cuunts are plod.

  37. 89

    hahahahahaaaaa clegg you thick wanker

    I am very much enjoying this.

  38. 92
    EU Funded Pro-EU Troll says:

    Vote UKIP.

    • 100
      UKID DING says:

      REASONS NOT TO VOTE UKIP.


      • 104
        CarryHole is a stupendous Hunt says:

        Marta leaving, and the above liabilities. UKIP have been making a few unforced errors recently.

        • 122
          UKim Jong-un says:
        • 127
          Con Artists says:

          Bit like The Tories’ biggest donor who has stopped funding the party after privately questioning whether the Prime Minister is still a proper Conservative and because he promoted gay marriage when it was never in the manifesto.

          I wonder who he will give money to now ?

        • 158
          Casual Observer says:

          Nothing wrong with the Ham!ltons : They were stitched up before and are a nice image to project.

          Marta they are better off without: Big relief for the party, and saved them having to ‘fire’ her.

          The UK should take note of !taly. They have just voted in ‘!talian UKIP’ aka 5 Star Movement, who will be forming coalition likely with the Center Right.

          This is a situation which could occur in the UK at next GE if the UKIP trend continues. Hoping they win this Thursday as that may help trigger some defections from the faux Tory party, and perhaps bring UK GE and that referendum a bit closer.

          • Anarchists In Blazers says:

            I know nothing about the Ham!ltons except the brand is toxic. UKIP would be wise to steer clear.

      • 120
        Con Artists says:

        Vote LibLabCon for more uncontrolled immigration, more lying troughing MPs, more Liverpool care pathway, more Stafford hospitals, more windmills, more subsidies to wind and higher electricity prices, lower pensions, mansion taxes, more off shore tax evasion for big business friends of politicians, more bedroom taxs, higher public debt, bigger public deficit, more MPs just biding their time in uk government until they can get their proper job at the EU on £500k pa all tax free, more gold plated pensions for politicians, more investigations into easy pickings individual tax payers, more 5 million Bulgarians and Romanians, more terrorists we can’t deport and who hate this country whilst getting bigger houses and court orders stopping people protesting outside their new house.

        This country is being ruined by the political elite of the LibLabCon, they juggle jobs between themselves in quangos and public bodies with eu jobs at the end for the ones who tell the biggest lies.

        It has got to stop.

        Time to give UKIP a chance, vote UKIP, get UKIP.

  39. 95
    It's been a long time since anyone uploaded this lass says:

  40. 96
    great supine protoplasmic invertebrate jellies' says:

    Well fine but when are these same police going to come clean over plebgate. You know that incident they told loads of lies and caused the resignation of a government official. Gone all quiet now heh? Bet nothing comes of it and it will be quietly forgotten.

    Before plod stick there fucking noses into anything else then clean up their own rotting cess pit. That also goes for the cesspit of the BBC.

    • 287
      Lies, Labour & Lefties says:

      Guido will probably get this going again. I’m sorry to say the Police are now viewed as untrustworthy and Labour stooges.

      We need to know why is happening in the Andrew Mitchell case and there should be no cover up.

  41. 99
    EU Watch says:

    Some reaction from the !talian street:

    “I hope Berluscon! wins. It would mean a relaunch of the economy, which has been blocked by Mont! and the centre-left. There is a bit of anti-politics around, represented by Gr!llo. Whoever wins must change the way of governing !taly and not obey the Germans,” says G!useppe Luca, 58, owner of an antiques shop.

    “The euro is not a good thing. The sooner we exit the euro the better,’ he said

    —-

    “If the projections are true the country will be ungovernable. For us this will be the worst. I voted for the PD,” says union worker Ferruc!o F!orot, 58.

    “The crisis is evident. We need to make the country grow, put money in people’s pockets so they can spend. With all the unemployed this downturn has created, industry failing, even food spending down, how can you say this is not a crisis? If we don’t do something we’ll end up like Greece,” he said.

    —-

    “We’ll vote again right away. I just want a just government. We are in total crisis, they brought us to the worst situation since after World War Two. It’s disgusting. I’m going to move to Tener!fe,” says construction worker !sabella Doltav!lla, 42.

    h/t: Catherine.Hornby @ Reuters

  42. 102
    CARDINAL SIN says:

    Defrock me and Pulpit

  43. 103
    Calamity Clegg says:

    Help, Help, HELP, HEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEELLLLPPP !!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    • 113
      Operation Crossbow says:

      What career? AS a home husband with no balls?

    • 154
      Sir "Shyte"' White, who rightly lamped Alastair Campbell says:

      Nick tells me he is on overdue “paternity leave”

      He stood in for Dave the Rave when he took “paternity leave”

      It is now his turn to go AWOL, you see

  44. 105
    Gold Watch says:

    Gold @ $1594 ( + ~ $13.00 )

  45. 108
    Beyond bunga bunga says:
    • 159
      Sir "Shyte"' White, who rightly lamped Alastair Campbell says:

      You could add Machiavelli, Casanova, Lucky Luciana, the Gambinos and a whole load of other delightful people…

    • 202
      Gavin Fuckit, BBC euro corrie says:

      Grillo says the italian establishment call him a commie and a nazi.
      Just like UKIP.

  46. 110
    Anonymous says:

    #Fact check #Channel 4.

    Millions of poverty-striken Bulgarians want to move to Britain.

    In a nationwide poll, a total of 54 per cent said that they would LIKE to escape their poverty-stricken country and seek a better life here.

    http://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/376733/Millions-of-poverty-striken-Bulgarians-want-to-move-to-Britain

    • 119
      EU Watch says:

      And they are a little bit angry as well right now, so likely will follow through on that desire:

      http://rt.com/news/bulgarian-protests-cheaper-energy-372/

      The Bulgarian government was forced out last week, and recall the gun incident from January.

      • 136
        Con Artists says:

        Kill all the old grannies and grandpas whenever they visit hospital, and give their council flats to the lovely new uneducated Bulgarians and romanians.

        Its simples really.

        Toddle pips, CaMoron, Cleggy and Wierd Ed xxxx

        • 156
          albacore says:

          Never fear – Dave’s personing the ramparts
          He’ll repel them with salvoes of jam tarts
          He’s got a county or two to keep clear
          Having cajoled half of India here

      • 191
        Serf working in the department of Boles says:

        Just to remind you I confirmed on Guido that we (our Gov’t Dep’t) have done projected estimates of the forthcoming numbers of Rumanians/Bulgarians coming here from Jan lst 2014, five million, and all the ministers having seen them (including the Clegg) are sh*t scared by them.

        Their answer, pretend the estimates don’t exist, stick their fingers in their ears and sing “la la la”, they haven’t a clue what to do and as I previously said are relying on limping along until the election 2015.

        • 218
          Anonymous says:

          The gorilla issue. Unable to see what is in front of their eyes. This person thinks he has the ability to change planning and cure all the issues.

          Deluded.

    • 133
      Anonymous says:
      • 140
        Casual Observer says:

        Aren’t FactCheck a Common Purpose front ?

        • 275
          Matilda says:

          If Italy walks out of the EU next month, we could follow suit the following and then all these foreigners will not be allowed in and Barosso and Rumpypumpy can take a running jump. Why is everything so difficult these days?

  47. 111
    Operation Crossbow says:

    The BBC don’t give up do they? Some mong on News 24 was ‘suggesting’ that this whole Limp Dem grope thing and Clegg’s lies are in fact part of a big Tory plot. I honestly kid you not.

    Have you EVER heard anything so fucking stupid?

    But the BBC have peddled this line all day, Radio 5 have totally ignored the Clegg issue and instead turned it into a story about middle aged men groping, fine for the men haters at Radio 5 like Derbyshire and Campbell but a load of bollocks.

    The BBC are also desperate that Labour are doing so poorly in the by-election, no surprise to anyone with a brain but of course to the BBC they just don’t get it.

    • 125
      The BBC causes serious mental illness says:

      If anything this is a Labour plot. However, it is Lib Dem problem which was going to come out sooner or later.

      The BBC are a hostile information source.

    • 128
      The BBC are cunts says:

      We’re just following Ed’s orders.

    • 130
      Perry Mason says:

      Have the Police issued a crime number yet ?

      Once that is done the whole thing takes off.

    • 144
      JH2389423904823 says:

      What is it about Eastleigh which makes them immune to the death-siren wail of Labour?

      Small public sector headcount? Higher than average IQ? Does the place look like England rather than a patch of the subcontinent?

      Whatever it is, can we manufacture it and spray it over the entire country?

    • 153
      Fat Pang the Almighty says:

      Damned oik, sheer impertinence, I’ll have you horsewhipped.

  48. 132
    Nick Clegg says:

    I never lied when I categorically denied that I’ve never not been entirely upfront about the allegations.

  49. 138
    Sylvio from Milan says:

    Bunga bunga.

    Multo bene lambrusco euro allegro non fonctionado.

    Merdo multo multo .

    Bellissimo.

    • 146
      fabians ARE EVIL says:

      “EXCLUSIVE: Met Police in contact with Lib Dem officials to “ascertain if criminal activity has taken place”

      ‘er………… no point in them asking Clegg then!

      Just which libby dem can say yes or no to the criminal activity?

      Could be a danger here if lies are told that obstruct Police?

      • 160
        ███████ Watch says:

        ██ ███████.

      • 165
        Long John Silver's parrot says:

        What news of Mrs Pryce’s retrial?

        Are the jury out considering their verdict yet?

        • 170
          8 women and 4 men true says:

          Wot’s a verdick?

        • 174
          Pryce Watch says:

          No. Prosecution has presented most of the case. Going to finish off tomorrow before handing over to defense.

          From reporting I saw, seems like the judge is giving a lot of directions to the new mob. Advice like, only consider what you see here etc.

          Hasn’t yet had to try and define reasonable doubt, but its early days.

  50. 143
    Lord Rennard of Fox says:

    Like any normal LibDem, I’m going to stick to cock in future.

  51. 147
    EU Watch says:

    Looks like Euro is selling off now.

    5 Star appear to have a lot of seats and will determine balance of power for coalition as neither Center Left or Center Right have a clear majority.

    Mont! (Center) has been slammed.

  52. 148
    Prick Knobinson BBC News says:

    It is obvious that the Tory press are trying to discredit the Libdems in the run up to the Eastleigh byelection.

    • 155
      Grand Poobah Pang says:

      That’s my boy, you tell ‘em the beeboid truth, we can dedact the rest.

    • 176
      The wizz says:

      Toenals, toenails when will you give up being so biased your hammer and sickel emblem is showing.

      • 278
        Matilda says:

        If he changes his tune he will be kicked out of the Beeb – and then WTF will ever employ him again, especially on 200grand a year? Just take everything he says with a large bucket of salt – or change the channel – or use the off switch and do your bit towards saving the planet.

  53. 151
    Laughable says:

    Channel 4 have stopped even pretending to be unbiased. Despatches just shown typical disbility claimants in danger of losing benefit as paralympians and war heroes.

  54. 157
    Sylvio from Milan says:

    Bloody hell 8

    Stop bleeting about fucking overweight Liberal tosspots .

    Its kicking off big time in Italy .

    Short the euro by the bucket load and then find some more buckets .

    Its going tits up I tell you !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    • 171
      EU Watch says:

      Looks like a good result: For !taly.

      La Stampa is quoting Beppe Gr!llo (5 Star / !talian UKIP) as saying:

      “I am tired. In three years we have become the No 1 party in !taly. Nobody can beat us. The government? The only solution is a PD-PDL alliance” – an alliance between Bersan!’s leftwing Democratic party and Berluscon!’s rightwing People of Freedom.

      http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2013/feb/25/italian-election-results-live-coverage

      Germany is probably preparing to get out the Euro ASAP now. This result credibly questions !talys commitment to its sovereign debt and the Euro. ECB is underwriting both at the moment, and Germany underwrites the ECB.

      !taly will hopefully calm, unless the left decide to kick off. Spa!n, P0rtugal, Gr3ece and !reland will be looking with interest, and there could be some anti-austerity protests big time very soon.

      UK should also keep an eye.

      UKIP is viable, as 5 Star has just proven.

      German federal elections due in September, Merkel may have just lost.

      • 254
        I Infamously Trolled The Economist Magazine says:

        Anyone with a braincell wrote Merkel off two years ago.

        • 260
          EU Watch says:

          It hasn’t been certain, but from mid 2011 has been much more. Each step now is just another nail.

          At least she was honest about multikulti being a complete failure in 2010:

          http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-11559451

          But then opening the doors of Germany to Span!sh and Gr3eks was an ill advised move based on good intentions.

          Putting the German economy on the line for the otherwise unfunded ECB obligations, and Euro, will be on the peoples minds. Inflation must be ticking up in Germany now, and this is a sensitive issue for most.

          • Matilda says:

            Reposted from the thread below (in case you missed it)

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            Matilda says:
            February 26, 2013 at 2:56 am

            A German mate of mine confides that the citizenry there are becoming highly pistov about them having to keep handing out hard earned cash to their feckless European “partners”. The bubble is about to burst, and it could well start with Mrs M and her party being given their P45s in a few months.

            We could well be hearing that old Vera Lynn favourite “Wish me luck as you wave me goodbye” ringing in our ears!

            The other – and probably much easier – solution would be for the Huns to exit the EU and its currency. Then it would be all over by the weekend!

  55. 162
    Lesson in expectations management says:

    Left wing nutter IOS on Political betting posted this about Eastleigh . look closely as this is how expectations management is done as the Labour party slithers over the line in 4th place

    • 163
      Lesson in expectations management says:

      12% would be very good for Labour. Suspect the reality will be closer to 6%-

  56. 167
    Not a feminst says:

    Unofficial Lib Dmn statement (if they had any sense):

    ‘It is regertable that these allegations were not investigated at the time nor subsequently put through presrcibed grievance procedures or in that case of criminal behaviour, why they were not reported to the Police at the time? The unfortunate women involved clearly feared for their POLITICAL careers and chose to keep quiet on to whom the advice of ever they complained at the time, rather than properly escalating the issue.’

    Sorry, Rennard may well be a dirty old fecker but why has it taken 4 years for these victims to come forwar?. He’s hardly Al Capone. If he sexually hararssed them then there are proper procedures to follow and bugger the consequences. What is more important, your minor political aspirations or a life scarring event that festers for years or a criminal assault which, in the intersts of future potential victims should have been reported?
    Let’s hear some proper allegations and reasons why they have taken so long to be made before we allow this to dominate more important news…like losing our AAA crdeit rating that by coincidence seemed to happen at much the same time….of and also the Eastleigh Election.

    If it were news every time a women who was groped at some office do and dominated the news for days, that would be all that were in the news. Difference is, most of these women would knee the dirty fecker in the groin, go to the police, go to thier union or start grievance procedures. There is always a way even if you are given advice to keep quiet. If it is that bad, you don’t keep quiet, you shout out, name names, cause trouble and don’t look back.

    This is because we can, no matter what others may think. We have a voice, male or female and the longer we keep quiet, the less credible we are. If nothing else comes of this let it be that if you are assaulted, sexually compromised etc for the sake of your job then speak out loudly and straight away.

    • 177
      Ah! Monika says:

      You are Max Clifford and I claim you’re worth your money.

      • 199
        Not a feminst says:

        LOL…No, wish I has MC’s money though.

        Just some bird who has spent a long time in the Civil Service and seen a lot go on, been a union rep, heard all manner of tall tales by those, male and female, who wanted payback or were persuaded to put in grievances years out of time to cause trouble. Am just very cynical.
        Am not saying that there isn’t something to this story, just that it has taken an awfully long time to come out and the victims were politically savvy enough to be socialising with the likes of his pigginess the Lord of Rennard. I have never had such a privilildge but then have never been politically motivated, so may be it’s easier to be quaffing cheap chardonny with the ugly yet powerful than it may seem. I just think that anyone who runs in those circles must know who to make a complaint immediately, whatever Danny Alexander or anyone else told them. It wasn’t in 1973…. it was this century. I have put up with office do groping and just puched the buggers or got them punched, quietly with the understanding that they never did it again. At least one had been given an OBE latterly. Would never name names now. It was too long ago and I felt that for the sake of an univited fondle, the matter was dealt with.
        And I’m just an ordinary, not at all political person.

    • 208
      Anonymous says:

      Always report corruption.

      Yet, I also say that to report a crime against a public paid official, is the best way to understand fully the corruption of the Police, Ministers, MPs, Judges etc. Once a person has seen what lengths these people will go to, to silence a whistle-blower, it is clear that it is never a viable route.

      Yet it must be done. Every time. Only then will it finally expose the corruption. The times are changing. Those that have abused their position are well advised to look back at their actions and inactions. Look at Italy today.

      • 239
        Not a feminst says:

        Have been down that path, have suffered the consquences..eventually, but don’t regret anthing I did to expose corruption. If it couldn’t be dealt ith in a quiet car park, then off to the tribubal court. And yes, you may suffer later, but at least you know that you spoke out and that the individual concerned would certainly think twice about doing the same again.
        I might add that I have never, personally, taken a sexual harrasment case to court…as I said, I have a fist or a knee to deal with that ( and at the time a reputation to go further if fist or knee didn’t send a strong enough message).

        But the message is, don’t delay. Report it ASAP otherwise your motives will be questionable.

        • 251
          Not a feminst says:

          Although, in hindsight, I did quite a lot of whistle blowing and never got caught for it. It was all about how you did it. Where I got caught was through mandated union action. A lot of damage was done, and my motivation at the time was wasting tax payers money (no, really). I was fighting a political NU-Lab ‘Imperative’ which, whatever way you viewed, it was expensive, unnecessary and pandering politically to the EU (or specifically the French). We won in court but years later I was taken down over a technicality. I still don’t regret the fight we put up, even though untimately we lost because we lacked the funds to go to appeal. By this stage the Union were no longer funding (they have a cut off amount) but the members themselves. The opposing department employed a QC to fight us. We had already spent hundreds of thousands of or own money and couldn’t afford to put up in the court of appeal against a QC. So the tax payer paid the price that we were trying to save them.

          I moved on but that particular case never left me. I will never regret what we tried to do, no natter what it cost me in the end. Always be willing to fight where you see or exerience wrong being done. In the end I got hammered but it took years before they found a way and as I said, I would still do the same again.

          Needless to say, when they offered voluntary redundancy, I as out of there. I may be jobless now and seeking one of these public sector jobs Gideon assured us would be out there, but whatever, I know that when compromised, I fought back, swiftly and credibly and would not raise issues gone by unless they became a political imperative again (in which case I stored all DPA and FOI requests…LOL)

          • Not Blowing Whistles says:

            Looking around the press in Europe a common theme which is uniting people within their own countries at present is discontent with corruption they now see in public office.

            Curiously that unity is also uniting people against the EU and pushing them towards nationalism.

            Intrigued by what flavor you could have been currying with the French, or how that could be a good thing. Not a request for detail.

            I do recall that Ch!rac and Bla!r used to spar elegantly.

            The spat which started in 2002 over Bla!rs criticism of French farm subsidies which led Ch!rac to try and undermine Bla!r in Europe is good example. Ch!rac interfered with Germany, tried and failed to oppose !raq (freedom fries in US ?), and humiliatingly had to back down in the face of Cheney.

            This showed Bla!rs deft touch as a statesman.

            Ch!rac, wise and cunning but did look beaten when the French referendum of 2005 voted down by 55% the treaty for the European constitution.

            The EU was going to go ahead regardless, but Bla!r sagely counselled no. Str@w cancelled the UK referendum, they repackaged the thing as Lisbon and Br0wn signed that against all advice.

            This also ignores Cher!e Bla!rs attacks on Ch!rac which arguably helped the UK win the 2012 Olympic bid. Even though in hindsight one must think that the French were very pleased with that result.

            Only mention that as am trying to figure where currying favor with the French fits in with nu-Lab. :-)

          • Not a feminst says:

            @NBW

            The issue with the French was regarding borders not an offciall secret was sangatte sitiuation and what we traded off. It would have been cheaper just to have taken those asylum seekers and left it at that, not traded it off for new legislation which in it’s fullest sense is not in the public domain as far as I am aware.
            I say this because subsequent questions were asked in the house (and I must explaiin here that it by then it involved the Belgians as well) about flaws in the legislation which we had flagged and were ignored which as far as I know, up untill 2011 were still causing a problem of national security. The Lib Dems (Ed Davey at the time as ‘shadow foreign sec’ fpr LDs) flagged the question and was put down with a crass answer from Chris Bryant, European minister at the time and completely ignorant, it seemed that France and Belgium were actaully different countries. It was pitifful but such is the procedure of debates, Bryant rubbished the question that the matter had been resloved and that legislation was in place that covered Calais???? Calais is in France, the question was passengers embarking in Belgium but as Bryant was summing up, his geographical ignorance was never challenged so Mr Davey’s question remained unaddressed .It was known as the ‘Lille Loophole’ and was a way of entering the UK bypassing any checks, passport, customs. or special branch. Without going into detail, it is recorded in Hansard
            My Davey had done his homework on the issue. Chris Bryant still had problems identifying France from Belgium. I am not aware of whether some deal with the Belgians has been made to resolve the problem. The ‘Calais’ issue which Chris Bryant was aware of was a trade off for taking the Sangatte asylum seekers. Last I heard we had no such offer for the Belgians regarding the problems of passengers embarking in Brussels with tickets to Lille (i.e. within the Schengen area) and not disembarkimng until London. This remained a problem until I left the service in 2011.
            Ed Davey did his best to get this flaw in security addressed but such was the Nu-Lab imperative to set up ‘juxatposed controls’ that such issues were ignored. AN FOI question now about how many have illegally entered the UK using this method would be interesting. I did all I could to highlight the issue at the time and subsequently regularly saw that what had been predicted, so had become true. It was a worry from a security point of view. I am no longer paid to care.
            Although I still do. As an immigration issue, it was minor compared with what arrives in the backs of lorries. From a national security issue it is a worry. Only the Lib Dems cared about this threat and were put down by a man that didn’t know Belgium and France were different countries.

          • Not Blowing Whistles says:

            That makes sense. Cheers, I shall do some digging in Hansard.

            Numbers of illegal people entering is one interesting question. Illegal firearms and other contraband including undocumented children is much more interesting.

            From the perspective of people and child sex trafficking (UK is a known endpoint, Holland / Belgium notorious transits), in these enlightened times the geographical ignorance is incredible.

            The Lille loophole sounds like a gift to true. One hopes that someone from our side was keeping an eye on that side, but even so, to your point much would have slipped through.

          • Not a feminst says:

            @ FOI – I shit it

            Yes…when I heard about that I laughed so much I nearly lost a bit of wee (I’m of a certain age).

            The person who told the British Officers to try and unlawfully intercept Schengen passengers also gave permission to the French PAF to carry firearms in the UK without even consulting Special Branch Officers working in the same area. The residents of Dover, for example, were never aware that armed French Police were strolling around their patch on the say so of a fairly minor Civil Servant who then went on to overlook the whole Lille Loophole and the subsequent arrest threats from the Belgians. French speaking colleagues, whom this manager used to use as an interpreters, reported back that they had to leave meetings as what she wanted them to say to high ranking French Officials, was so offensive that they couldn’t carry on. The lack of diplomacy left the UK with no choice but to agree to whatever the French wanted (like taking all the asylum seekers at Sangatte, for e.g.). If the Border had remained in the UK and the Carriers Liability Act enforced on Eurostar and Eurotunnel as it was on every other airline and ferry compnay, then none of this would ever have happened. In the late 90s, Waterloo International saw more asylum seekers arrive than any other port in the UK, peaking at sometimes 100 per day. All past history now, but all covered up so as not to jeopodise the whole channel tunnel operation. At the time, the initial legal aid bill per asylum seeker was 10K. Do the maths. You were the tax payers that paid that legal aid bill. All that would have stopped if Eurostar had been required, like any other carrier, to check that someone travelling to the UK was properly documented. Other carriers paid millions in fines under the Carriers Liability Act. Eurostar briefly had it imposed for services from Brussels (for complicated schengen related reasons) and it worked, but the ball to move the controls overseas was already moving. It was Blairs baby and nothing would stop it thriving. The brief sucess of the CLA imposition on the Belgian end proved that if it had been applied across the channel tunnel operations then all loopholes would have been closed. Instead the tax payer spent a fortune on moving the controls abroad and whilst the deluge stopped on paper, no one ever knew what slipped through and the cost of keeping British Staff in apartments in Paris and brussels was immense.

            They were so, so desperate to get these juxtaposed controls in place they would have agreed to bloody anything.

            And as I said, only Ed Davey and a few years previously, Humphrey Mallins, attempted to ask questions. And Mr Underpants Bryant, who could have taken action, chose instead to not bother to look at a map of Europe and decided that Paris and Calais were in the same country as Belgium.

  57. 175
    Anna Gram says:

    Nick Clegg = Fucking disaster
    David Cameron = Fucking disaster
    Ed Miliband = Fucking disaster

    • 178
      The wizz says:

      Who have we got left?

    • 179
      Questions of our time says:

      Is Mong a synonym of Fucking disaster ?

    • 280
      Matilda says:

      Surely the ‘fucking disaster’ is down to their respective parents?

      • 295
        M'lud says:

        In fairness we are all disasters eventually in politics for no-one can sustain an excellent ministry. Absolute power corrupts…. However we have yet too see Miliband’s disaster roll into action and at the moment he is anything but in the mainstream media. I love it when one of Humphrey’s plans bears fruit and give more jobs for the boys in Whitehall.

  58. 180
    Golly says:

    That socialist twat Hollande is now saying he is not going to meet his 3% deficit target for 2013 so he is going to ask his EU partners for more time .

    Cameron should stand up and say loud and clear the deficit reduction plan is non negotiable and Monsieur Liberté Egalité and Fraternité can sling his hook .

    There are ten months left to 2013 for fucks sake.

    • 181
      EU Watch says:

      Hollande is taking advantage of the result in !taly.

      Austerity and being held to account kind of got voted out of the Eurozone today.

      It will be interesting to see what der Spiegel goes with tomorrow. :-D

    • 185
      Frog Spawn says:

      Frau Merkel should invade the twats and set them to work and this time we’ll side with Germany.

  59. 184
    Polly Morphism says:

    Polly is remarkably quiet. She is usually the first to howl and scream about such anti wimin issues.

    • 296
      M'lud says:

      This has “<nothing” to do with the fact that these women have done the wrong thing and are trying to bring down their party.

  60. 186
    EU Watch says:

    A story about adopting a homeless puppy may not help Ed or Clegg in the UK, but they should consider it.

    UK needs to pay attention to this. The left / center left bias which has afflicted the LibLabCon can be put in its place. UKIP is the solution.

    http://uk.reuters.com/article/2013/02/20/uk-italy-vote-nightmare-idUKBRE91J0UB20130220

    Mr Berluscon! has demonstrated how the Conservatives can make themselves electable. Getting shot of Cameron / Osborne and finding some people with a bit more flair is pre-requisite though.

    The rumors of leadership challenge should begin to materialize now. A ‘PC’ leader is not required, but with major donors leaving change is required.

    5-Star show that a party like UKIP can get into a position for commanding a coalition. They have come from zero to running the country in < 3 years and minimal funding. Its all about the message and policies being in tune with the people.

  61. 189
    Universal Hiss says:

    I’m doing a Philosophy course at the moment & came across this quote today from David Hume;

    “People often have motives to lie,as when they have an interest in what they affirm.There are advantages to starting an imposture among ignorant people.Think here of politicians.”

    Might have been designed for Clegg & most of the others of his ilk.

    So,nothing much has changed since the 18th.century.

    • 196
      Long John Silver's parrot says:

      Isn’t he the fucker who said if you increase the money supply in a country without a corresponding increase in output you end up with inflation .

      • 306
        Person from Porlock says:

        I am not aware of his sex habits but, when you look at the Weimar Republic, you might think he had some justification.

    • 238
      Person from Porlock says:

      @UH. Well done for studying something really worthwhile!

      Did you see his caveat? He says in An Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding: which, though seldom, is sometimes the case suggesting that we are actually worse of nowadays that in his times.

      But note also Aristotle on Tyrannical Individuals in Nicomachean Ethics here:

      His ruling passion and the other desires that take hold alongside it will need financing. He will spend all of his income, then his capital, and then he will rob people. He will also take his parents’ estate, by fraud or violence if need be. His passion will drive him to do anything, and his former ideas of honour and dishonour will be no restraint. If there are many people like this in a society, it will turn into a tyranny, as the criminals pick a leader and the people in their folly submit to him. The tyrannical character will be the perfect specimen of injustice.

      Something familiar even in the 4th century BC.

    • 240
      Person from Porlock says:

      @UH. Wеll dоnе fоr studyіng sоmеthіng rеаlly wоrthwhіlе!

      Dіd yоu sее hіs cаvеаt? Hе sаys іn Аn Еnquіry Cоncеrnіng Humаn Undеrstаndіng: whіch, thоugh sеldоm, іs sоmеtіmеs thе cаsе suggеstіng thаt wе аrе аctuаlly wоrsе оf nоwаdаys thаt іn hіs tіmеs.

      But nоtе аlsо Аrіstоtlе оn Tyrаnnіcаl Іndіvіduаls іn Nіcоmаchеаn Еthіcs hеrе:

      Hіs rulіng pаssіоn аnd thе оthеr dеsіrеs thаt tаkе hоld аlоngsіdе іt wіll nееd fіnаncіng. Hе wіll spеnd аll оf hіs іncоmе, thеn hіs cаpіtаl, аnd thеn hе wіll rоb pеоplе. Hе wіll аlsо tаkе hіs pаrеnts’ еstаtе, by frаud оr vіоlеncе іf nееd bе. Hіs pаssіоn wіll drіvе hіm tо dо аnythіng, аnd hіs fоrmеr іdеаs оf hоnоur аnd dіshоnоur wіll bе nо rеstrаіnt. Іf thеrе аrе mаny pеоplе lіkе thіs іn а sоcіеty, іt wіll turn іntо а tyrаnny, аs thе crіmіnаls pіck а lеаdеr аnd thе pеоplе іn thеіr fоlly submіt tо hіm. Thе tyrаnnіcаl chаrаctеr wіll bе thе pеrfеct spеcіmеn оf іnjustіcе.

      Sоmеthіng fаmіlіаr еvеn іn thе 4th cеntury BC.

      • 246
        Universal Hiss says:

        Sounds like Aristotle was thinking of Tony Blair & quite a few others.

        I must admit I’m struggling with Philosophy. It makes my brain hurt.

        I’ve just finished a course on Astrobiology. That was really good. I have more of a scientific bent but my maths is terrible.

        My next might be economics as I don’t understand much about that.

        • 249
          Person from Porlock says:

          Is it a college course?

          Everyone who studies philosophy struggles with it. I would suggest that, if you didn’t struggle with it, there would be something wrong with you. You are reacting as I would expect any serious student of the subject to.

          My wish is that I had studied it professionally. Instead, I became interested some 30 years ago and just read through the complete corpus of first-rank writers, slowly and painfully, often wondering why the hell I was reading it. Then I attended conferences and took a quantum step forward. I began to see things through others’ eyes.

          One thing I have discovered: The more I learn, the less I know. I find that curiously comforting.

          • Universal Hiss says:

            It’s an online course.Coursera.Give it a google if you’ve not heard of it. Lots of bite sized stuff.Wide ranging subjects.

            Thanks with your words of encouragement. I must try harder with Philosophy! It certainly makes you think & view the world with different eyes.

            Odd that so many PPE grads from Oxford turn into strange politicians though.Mind you Modern History seems to have a great deal to answer for too.

          • Person from Porlock says:

            I suggest you try to attend some philosophy conferences at your local university but take care with the subject. I would not go to one slanted towards linguistics which is very dry and barren. History of philosophy is another good route in. Russell’s History of Western Philosophy has a huge sweep and is excellent from the ancients to the German idealists but falls away very badly at the approach of the 20th century. You will find that some will scoff at this sort of book but I found it an excellent primer and roadmap to the subject. You can tell you are making progress when you start to murmur: I don’t think you have handled that part thoroughly enough, Bertrand! No names but a certain someone connected with this blog has read it…

            But absolutely nothing beats taking to others directly. Don’t be afraid of saying you know nothing. That is what Socrates said after all! Most will be very kind although you get the very occasional prick, as anywhere in life.

          • Riddle me ree says:

            Why learn?

            The more you know, the more you forget
            The more you forget, the less you know
            The less you know, the less you forget
            The less you forget, the more you know

            so why learn?

          • Person from Porlock says:

            There is no such thing as forgetting.
            You just didn’t remember successfully in the first place.
            The more you learn, the better you learn to learn.

            Be stupid – die quicker.
            Be wiser – live better.

          • Not a feminst says:

            I studied it as half my degree couse…..nearly 30 years ago. The other half was Latin and Greek Literature.

            Philosophy was a piece of piss compared with the other. You just had to light one up, inhale, write some crap, read it out and forget about it.

            And that’s about all, really.

            What it really teaches you is that when cornerned in an argument, you can always bullshit your way out.

  62. 192
    Prick Knobinson says:

    If there’s one thing I’ve learned from my time at the BBC, it’s that a good reporter must never allow himself to be distracted by the truth.

  63. 201
    EU Watch says:

    Best showing party in the !talian election was 5-Star – aka. !talian UKIP.

    http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/02/25/italy-vote-grillo-idUSL6N0BPL1X20130225

    UKIP can repeat this in UK – Fingers crossed for Eastleigh.

  64. 203
    Saffron says:

    Anyone who watches the biased broadcasting bullshit company are idiots,this lot of left wing assholes prove day by day what their agenda is all about and it is not about unbiased reporting of the real news.
    Cammoron should if he had any balls/political knowse whatsoever have disbanded this load of tax grabbing tossers to the dustbin of history.
    Instead he is prepared to put up with their plain for everyone to see their continual attacking of anything other than their left wing/commie agenda,which we the long suffering licence payer are being ripped off for.
    Cammoron please grow a pair and bring this lot to their cake and milk.
    Re Cleggover and Foxy the plot deepens,Cleggy is suffering complete loss of memory so it seems,the story still has legs and it is not going away anytime soon.
    What is the plot here as to who wants Cleggover replacing?.

    • 206
      Casual Observer says:

      Someone may want to stimulate an early GE to ensure Labour get in.

      Keep an eye on David M!liband, Jack Str@w, Mandels0n and the Wats0n smear machine.

      The unholy thread which runs through LibLabCon is more visible.

      Clegg is being sacrificed at present, or so we think. Very sp00ky.

      They have figured out that dragging the Cons through the mud leading up to 2015 is not going to guarantee the agenda wins the election.

    • 207
      blub says:

      The BBC say the people who left London over the last 12 years left happily and willingly because they wanted to live by the seaside.

      Could there be clearer proof of the BBC’s total dishonesty?

      • 226
        Britain the ruined country says:

        Funny that (Blub 206) when everyone who buys here as an escapee from London says “We couldn’t stand it any longer, immigration has turned London into a third world crime filled hellhole.”

      • 244
        JH2389423904823 says:

        1. Build giant wall around central London.
        2. Throw in every sanctimonious lefty multi-culti-propagandist in the country.
        3. Seal wall.
        4. Laugh as they get their noses rubbed in their own shit, over and over and over.

        The hilarious pay per view CCTV footage would more than cover the cost of the project.

      • 308
        Phil from Pentonville says:

        I would like to live by the seaside.

  65. 204
    Saffron says:

    Nice to see that EUSSR feathers are being ruffled by the Italians elections.
    Eastleigh bye election could produce a surprise I hope,could be that electors are so pissed off by LIB/Con/Lab lies decide they have had enough of crap lying politicians.

  66. 205
    blub says:

    Caption competition: glum-looking Huhne

    “If only i’d swallowed.”

  67. 209
    Operation Crossbow says:

    Who wants to bet lefty marxist mong P@ul M@son will be reporting from Italy claiming that the “right” are beating up immigrants whilst the left are handing out soft kisses and lots of love?

    • 212
      EU Watch says:

      He can try, but it would be a lie. He will be called as P@xman called him out on the Greek reporting some time back.

      This is what is actually going on:

    • 215
      Casual Observer says:

      He should report that the left may have done better if they had chosen Renz! as leader rather than Bersan!, but 5-Star are now biggest party by number of votes counted.

      Mont! has been crushed.

      Quite a few people with Guy Fawkes masks pictured in the rallies ;-)

  68. 210
    Clegg Watch. says:

    Lord Rennard: fresh questions for Nick Clegg over the sex scandal whistleblower

    Nick Clegg is under mounting pressure over his handling of the Liberal Democrat sex harassment scandal after it emerged that a pregnant whistleblower was forced out of the party and made to sign a gagging order.

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/politics/liberaldemocrats/9893927/Lord-Rennard-fresh-questions-for-Nick-Clegg-over-the-sex-scandal-whistleblower.html

  69. 211
    EU Watch says:

    And a reminder of some lefty propaganda re: UKIP:

    http://www.newstatesman.com/politics/2013/02/ukip-party-bigots-lets-look-evidence

    In a democracy, all parties are electable. It is up to the voter to decide which are and which are not, not the media organs of the opposition.

  70. 213
    Calamity Clegg says:

    I really hope this leads to Clegg’s downfall. He is such a smug prick.

  71. 214
    Two fat bastards says:

    Who’s more odious, Prescott or Rennard? I know it’s tough, they’re both so fat and gruesome.

    • 223
      Mark Johnson says:

      Fat Bastard #3 Tom Watson hard charging, closing in fast on the outside, he may pip ‘em at the post. And fall over from a heart attack immediately thereafter.

  72. 216
    George Osborne says:

    People keep asking me when am I going to start Plan A!

  73. 217
    Nuke the prison populations and thereby reduce crime by 50% overnight says:

    I’ve been watching this documentary on ITV about Ayelesbury prison. At one point one of the prisoners attempts suicide but the staff stop him. Why? He clearly wasn’t happy and he’d have done us a favour. They should’ve just let him die.

  74. 222
    Universal Hiss says:

    Anyone watch slime ball Hughes on Newsnight?

    The I know nothing defense & then blaming the press. Wonderful.

    • 232
      Casual Observer says:

      Haven’t seen it yet.

      Saw the Clegg interview on Telegraph site earlier.

      Lesson learned shtick wearing quite thin.

      The C4 debate interesting. James came across quite strong.

  75. 225
    Anonymous says:

    Emily Mateless massively overstepping the mark interviewing David Gauke MP an NN tonight.

    Absolute leftie hissy fit.

    • 227
      oh lala says:

      Nonsense. Gaulke is woeful

      • 237
        Anonymous says:

        Bullshit! he let the stupid woman (aren’t they all?) finish her hissy fit and then carried on as normal.

        You feminine brained twat!

    • 247
      Fishy says:

      Thought that she was going to get hysterical…notice that she had quick glimpse at the camera, though, when she was carrying on. What was that about?

      • 286
        Catty Comment (Ms) says:

        Just checking to see if Millitwit or Balls was still giving her the thumbs up from behind the camera.

  76. 229
    Anonymous says:

    David Cameron’s official spokesman declined to comment on the Rennard affair, but said the Prime Minister regarded harassment of any kind as “unacceptable”.

    Hardly, since he supports harassment. Ignoring harassment complaints is the same as supporting them. I bet no one told Cameron the result of ignoring the complaint. No one would dare. Ignorance is bliss until the truth is known.

  77. 230
    Lord Rennard says:

    I’m cock a hoop!

  78. 234
    Displaced Brummie says:

    Specially built cuffs for his eight tentacles, presumably.

  79. 241
    Ah! Monika says:

    Have you seen the size of IKEA meatballs?

    You’d need some skill to get horse meat into them.

  80. 248
    Operation Crossbow says:

    Bet he was a Limp Dim as well, no wonder Channel 4 are loving this

  81. 252
    EU Watch says:

    No clear winner in the !talian Senate, so coalition is required.

    Seats:

    Bersan! (PD): 121
    Berluscon! (PDL): 117
    Gr!llo (5 Star): 54
    Mont! (Center): 22
    Altr!: 1

    Senate majority requires 158 seats: This may go to Berluscon! + Gr!llo.

    In Lower house center left has 0.38% majority over center right.

    Seat distribution:

    photo/1

    From the markets point of view this is worst outcome. !talian bond yields likely to go up tomorrow, Euro may go down.

    President will now call upon parties to form a government. If they cannot there will be a fresh ballot. Having a new vote is unpopular option.

    5 Star got the most actual votes in the Lower House, and second highest number of votes in the senate. Abstention rate was quite high, but there was a 75% turnout about 5% down on 2008.

  82. 253
    Blowing Whistles says:

    Been in the metropolis today ‘doing things’ – it’s still a 5hithole.

  83. 256
    I Infamously Trolled The Economist Magazine says:

    The Germans will be shitting their pants

    Great

    Merkel is toast

  84. 258
    I Infamously Trolled The Economist Magazine says:

    LOL just thought, this could be the second time the Italians have done a 360 and fucked the Germans plans. WW2 and now the Euro.

    Dumb Krauts never learn.

    • 261
      EU Watch says:

      I think it will be Spa!n’s reaction which will cause the most direct grief for Germany, particularly if they haven’t got their Span!sh sovereign exposure significantly down from where it was a few years ago.

      Spa!n has been protesting a lot over austerity and corruption in government:

      http://rt.com/news/spain-protest-austerity-corruption-347/

      This result in !taly may inspire them to throw the government out, either by demanding an election or by force. Not sure if there is a Span!sh equivalent of 5-Star Movement yet, but there will be by siesta time tomorrow.

      This observation makes your historically rhyming WWII point more complete.

      Next we will see Germans flooding to Poland and Czeck Republic looking for work. Sw!tzerland has already been securing the borders. :-)

      • 316
        Cardinal Sin says:

        Spain could go seriously left. Izquierda Unida (United Left: Commies & Greens mostly) has a strong presence.

        • 321
          I'd like to rough bum Cathy Newman over the kitchen sink says:

          I believe the liberals and their elites are losing it all over Europe, various counties will drift off to the far right and to the far left over austerity and coupled with the on going debt crisis tear the EU down.

    • 303
      SP4BS says:

      done a 360?

      Maths not a strong point then!

  85. 265
    Eastleigh Watch says:

    Postal votes coming in:

    Eastleigh Council say 8,500 of 14,276 postal votes issued have been received so far. This is ~11% of total electorate voted thus far, 59.5% of total postal electorate.

    These would likely not reflect change of voting intention due to C4 Rennard coverage. A sizable number would have been made before the discharge of the previous Pryce jury.

    To compare the by-elections of Nov 2012:

    Rotherham: ~50% of total votes cast were postal votes, with turnout ~33%.

    In Croydon North, ~5,300 of ~19,200 postal votes issued were received, about 6% of total electorate, and 27.6% of total postal electorate.

  86. 268
    EU Watch says:

    It will be game on in Germany soon following the !taly result.

    Here is a good backgrounder on Merkel:

    http://topics.nytimes.com/top/reference/timestopics/people/m/angela_merkel/index.html

    Market reactions: Brent crude future off by $1, and oddly TOCOM rubber futures have fallen by 3%. With Berluscon! getting back into power perhaps one would have expected an opposite price move for rubber. ;-)

  87. 269
    Liberal Zombie says:
    • 281
      Polls are always accurate, haven't you noticed! says:

      Downplaying expectations in typical Ashcroft fashion.

      Low-turnout is the Conservatives biggest issue in this type of by-election. LDs voters are probably more fervent and will more likely be inspired to vote.

      • 310
        Lost in Clacton says:

        The best plumber I ever employed came from Poland

        • 314
          Sally Bercowitz says:

          Too right. My favourite’s got got a really impressive drain plunger.

          • Dolly the sheep says:

            This is all very interesting but I would still like to know how horsemeat got into my 100per cent beef burger despite the efforts of the 10.2 million people we employ through Brussels to protect us .

  88. 291
    Owin Jones says:

    Oh Yes !!!!!!

    UK – YouGov/Sun: CON 32%, LAB 44%, LDEM 10%, UKIP 8%

    Prime Minister David Cameron is the very model of a “One Term” Prime Minister.

  89. 297
    Herman van Rumpboy says:

    The Italian electorate have got it all wrong.

    They will just have to vote again and again and again until they get it right.

  90. 299
    One Term Dave says:

    What ho! what ho! Just bumped into some bumchums from my alma mater and they told me what a spiffing job I’m doing as PM. Toodle pip!

  91. 305
    LibLabCon says:

    Vote for us!

    You know you want to :)

  92. 309
    Gideon says:

    Mervyn. Is that you? Print us another £50 billion this morning, there’s a good chap.

    P.S. How did the Ermine fitting go yesterday?

  93. 311
    BIG PAPA SMALL PECKER says:

    European stockmarkets crash over no overall majority in Italy , ours included

  94. 324
    The LIB DEMentias says:

    Nick Clegg knew nothing about Lard Rennardon


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Rod Liddle on the loony UN sexism special rapporteur:

“There is more sexism in Britain than in any other country in the world, according to a mad woman who has been sent here by the United Nations.

Rashida Manjoo is a part-time professor of law at Cape Town University in the totally non-sexist country of South Africa (otherwise known as Rape Capital Of The World).

Mrs Magoo has been wandering around with her notebook and is appalled by the sexist “boys’ club” culture here, apparently.

I don’t doubt we still have sexism in the UK. But is it worse than in, say, Saudi Arabia, d’you think, honey-lamb? Or about 175 other countries? Get a grip, you doolally old bat.”



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