February 26th, 2013

Call Clegg Is On

As of 1pm this afternoon LBC sources have confirmed to Guido that tomorrow morning’s Call Clegg is on. It was brought forward a day due to Thursday’s by-election, and there is no word of him pulling out over at LBC towers.

Popcorn for breakfast…


88 Comments

  1. 1
    William Hartnell & John Pertwee says:

    First!

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    • 4
      Putr1d, spiteful Labour ruined my Country says:

      This will be worth listening to, he’ll get crucified!

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    • 12
      Upsusler says:

      oNE cAN ON iMAGINE IF mrS cLEGG HAD HER arse punched by a yellow fatty

      Mr Clegger would have got his top hat out and got that fatty

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    • 25
      Fishy says:

      Which means that Nick won’t have to be in the House at PMQs tomorrow?

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    • 41
      The Dutch Government in Exile says:

      Do they still have wireless broadcasts from the Netherlands?

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      • 78
        Crufts says:

        Guide to breeds and general information.

        The Custard Dog:

        The Custard Dog looks quite cute and cuddly and resembles a trainable working dog.

        However, the Custard Dog breed makes neither a good working dog or is noticably loyal, to any degree.
        It is prone to sexual promiscuity with any breed of any age and must be watched constantly for signs of stealing other dogs food and mating with dogs of either sex.
        The Custard dog is also prone to running off when let off the lead and then turning on it’s owner, this trait ( Cleggism ) is also associated with the breed and owners should be catious at all times when handling the hound.

        Much is made of the breeds famously sympathetic demeanour, however most Custard Dogs are usually supremely selfish and do nothing of any value except for themselves.

        Custard Dogs have above average cases of obesity, though size varies greatly from the Rennard strain, to the diminutive Teather variety. It cannot be stressed enough however, that these dogs do not make good pets and can turn on anyone in the household, often without warning.

        In summary:

        The Custard Dog, though superficially an attractive looking animal, has quite a few tempermental difficulties ( identified as Huhneism’s ) and is not suitable for normal families, or to be let off a very tight lead, or anywhere near other pets, their food or anything that is likely to provoke a jealous reaction ( Cableism ).

        Potential owners purchase one, at their own risk.

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        • 83
          Con Artists says:

          Custard dogs are best suited to battersea dogs home for a week, and thereafter a swift injection (known as a Stafordodian) after which they make a splendid contribution to London’s carbon eco credentials heating hot water for the old people’s home. An appropriate carbon neutral solution benefiting all parties.

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        • 87
          Custard Dog says:

          Woof.

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    • 44
      Patrick Troughton says:

      Oi! I was after Hartnell.

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    • 88
      Anonymous says:

      I WANTED TO COMMENT ON THAT AFFIRMATIVE ACTION JUDGE DISASTER IN THE LAST POST.

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

    I’m sorry, so sorry, I am really really sorry and it will never ever happen again :)

    Ok?

    Let’s move on now :)

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  3. 3
    Nick Clegg says:

    It was just a tiny, tiny, tiny lie.

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  4. 5
    pissed off voter says:

    He’ll pull out – unless LBC have promised ‘special’ filtering of calls.

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  5. 6
    Nick Clegg says:

    I have never ever heard of the order-order blog and I am furious that people think I have.
    Not until I was informed about it in 30 minutes time.

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  6. 7
    Nick says:

    Plenty of time for me to piss off back to the Eurozone before tomorrow morning.

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    • 47
      A Taxpayer says:

      National Express have a bus that leaves from Victoria Coach station if you would like to save us some money.

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  7. 8
    Paniagua Dos says:

    Hello caller, what is you name?

    Ah Miriam you are through to the Deputy PM, go ahead

    Escúchame pedazo de mierda, saca tu culo de nuevo lo siento a España oa otro lugar!

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  9. 10
    PM Miliband and DPM Simon Hughes says:

    Line one, Simon from Westmeinster

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    • 36
      Paniagua Dos says:

      Line our, David from his boyfriends house.

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    • 74
      Laws are for little people says:

      Line 3, David Laws, thief, but, well I am important now so let’s forget that right?

      My question is, Nick,have you been turfed out from home? If Miriam has kicked you out, there’s always a bed for you at mine. You know that sweetie?

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  10. 13
    Tay King-dePisse says:

    Well, of course he would show up for his regular stint, and a day ahead of time to boot! Can’t let a little thing like an internal Party scandal keep you from going on the air to spout the same old nothing as you usually do!

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  11. 14
    PM Miliband and DPM Simon Hughes says:

    Caller two, Danny from the Cairngorms

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  12. 15
    Nonny Mouse says:

    Are your pants on fire Mr Clegg? Don’t worry, you could always ask Lord Rennard to pat you on the bottom until it’s out.

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  13. 16
    Clegg's not me gov says:

    Jo Swinson conducted an enquiry and should have reported such a serious matter directly to me. I feel I have been badly let down.

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  14. 17
    PM Miliband and DPM Simon Hughes says:

    Final caller, Vince from Twickers

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  15. 18
    Chackra Balti says:

    It would be interesting to hear from the LibDem girls whether Lard Runnard ever pulled out ?

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  16. 22
    Lord RollypollyNard says:

    Trust me it is not just the press I want to gag.

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  17. 23
    a supporter of UKIP.ORG says:

    Just remember on EU Lover Nutty Cleggs Phone in tomorrow that his 15 Spads

    paid for by the Taxpayers will by censoring the callers to make sure only

    Co*ck Suc*king EU Loving Cleggy Fans will get on Air……….

    Good to see Democracy at work as devised & manipulated by

    ConsLieLaborLibDems aka blood Brothers & Sisters alliance………..

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  18. 27
    Owin Jones says:

    Paul Tucker gets my vote !!!!

    Bank of England deputy governor Paul Tucker has said negative interest rates should be considered.

    The Bank rate has been at a record low of 0.5% for almost four years.

    A negative interest rate would mean the central bank charges banks to hold their money and could encourage them to lend out more of their funds.

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    • 84

      And then further fuc.k people who actually have savings!!? – With your flair for economics, you will one day be a LieBore Chancellor, and then, who knows….. you too could become an unelected, unwanted P.M. without being voted in, you spavined, pasty faced, shirt lifting tosser.

      And as for the Welsh language…. save some money and buy some fuckin.g vowels, you muppets!

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  19. 28
    LibDem Red Hot Babe says:

    I want my Daddy !

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  20. 30
    LBC says:

    Another calamity waiting to happen

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  21. 31
    Glyn H says:

    Surely this means any female Liberal MP bonked Rennard to get selected?

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  22. 33
    SP4BS says:

    Anyone listening to Radio4 right now?

    A long, quiet interview about groping and manipulation for sex etc.etc. and there’s the sound of a fat bloke breathing noisily in the background.

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  23. 35
    Calamity Clegg says:

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  24. 38
    Lard Everard says:

    there is no word of him pulling out over at LBC towers.

    I would !

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  25. 39
    Constants Brisket says:

    Me name be Constants Brisket
    I said to Vicky I could fix it
    Then plod came along
    And I knew I was in deep shit

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  26. 46
    Chris Huhne says:

    Can I change my plea?

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  27. 54
    Shocked of Sheen says:

    I am the subject of a gagging order…mmmhmmmhph…

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  28. 60

    Dial tomorrow on 0845 60 60 973 and join us for “Call Clegg…a liar”

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  29. 63
    Casual Observer says:

    Someone pointed out the negative interest rates BBC article a couple of threads back.

    This has happened to nominal rates in Japan since the 90s, usually on real JGB yields rather than an official central bank rate.

    It is a little more common than realized these days, but there is a difference between a peculiarities that can affect the yield curve on the overnight market, and official central bank policy.

    Japan is attempting to set an official negative rate policy at present.

    This means that it will cost you to hold foreign debt.

    In part this should help coerce holders of foreign debt to sell this back to an entity in the country of issue. eg. QE3 with negative nominal rates set for gilts would allow Bo.E to more easily purchase foreign held gilts as foreigners would wish to sell.

    Telegraphing this kind of intention will help keep yield stable as it indicates that with the recent AAA loss the UK is very serious about its debt obligations.

    The effect on the yield curve would keep the time cost of debt down in a similar way to that which previous QE programs have.

    There will be some odd effects on other parts of the market, particularly the Repo, but talk of such a move indicates that Treasuries are wishing to recall the debt they have issued. This is obviously signalling a major change in international trade is coming up, that certain trade patterns want to be unwound, and should be a very positive upward driver for gold.

    Google ci10-5.html for an NY Fed 2003 study.

    This from 1998 covers what happened in Japan:

    http://www.nytimes.com/1998/11/07/business/international-business-zen-banking-japan-s-negative-interest-rates.html

    The head of Japan’s opposition party, Shinzo Abe, was openly calling for Bo.J to set explicit -ve rates late last year.

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    • 86

      Thanks for that Cas. – That explanation makes it a little easier to see the motivation for the BoE – but what are the downsides likely to be for us bank users? I’m thinking of savings, pensions, ISA’s (I know it’s a plural, but it looks WRONG as ISAS)??????

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  30. 75
    Dianne Abbott says:

    Constance Briscoe would go to the wall for Huhne and Pryce.

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    • 79
      Blowing Whistles says:

      D – its not about you – its all about the probity of the judicial system.

      Humpty dumpty sat on a wall
      humpty dumpty had a great fall
      all the kings horseman
      and all the kingsmen
      couldn’t put humpty together again.

      It’s BROKEN – like wavy daveys big society – BROKEN. Sticking plaster ain’t gonna help.

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  31. 80
    Truth says:

    It is not fair that Calamity can get air time when a by-election is on, further proof that our Political system is corrupe and rotten to the core, I hope that people of Eastleigh vote for anyone rather than the three main dictatorial Parties, we rely on you people of Eastleigh to show these troughing pigs that we want them and the system OUT.

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Mycroft says:

Have you read the last bit of Animal Farm?

You know where the animals are looking through the Farmhouse window?

My TV screen was that window at lunch-time today.

Be careful, the sudden self-congratulatory tone, the slightly pudgy outline of indulgence and you become exactly what you should despise.

The jolly face of the Quisling Cameron poses for your camera has mesmerised and deceived you, you who were once not so deceived.

You were no firebrand, you were a damp squib in my opinion, sorry.

You need a damned good kick up the ahse!


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