February 26th, 2013

Who Does Guido Think Will Win in Eastleigh?


89 Comments

  1. 1
    John says:

    How many of us, on work networks, do you think can access that link?

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  2. 2
    Dick the Shit says:

    How many horses can geedo ride at the same time? Doesn’t he think that the Moody’s decision wil have an impact?

    A horse, a horse, my kingdom for…………..

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  3. 3
    Sandra in Accounts says:

    Eastleigh will be the beginning of the end for Dave Cameron & his cabal of pro EU socialist democrats who have wrecked the Tory party.

    Vote UKIP.

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    • 9
      Axe The Telly Tax says:

      I wouldn’t be seen dead voting for a party that allows the crooked Hamiltons to join it.

      Vote UKID get Milibandwagon & Balls Up.

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      • 16
        Gloria B says:

        I think you’ll find the Hamiltons were ‘set up’ in the late 80s and he became the scapegoat for a potentially much bigger scandal.

        I’m not keen on this bizarre couple, but I do remember many years ago that Hamilton’s name was cleared.

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      • 30
        Steve Miliband says:

        But UKIP have a magic money tree

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        • 53
          I Remember You Hoo says:

          “But UKIP have a magic money tree”

          That would be the LabLibCon tax and spend, spend, spend, party you are thinking about.

          UKIP actually have a well thought out balanced budget, that slashes government spending and waste, such as useless windfarms, overseas aid and ending the 20 billion EU membership fee and lots more beside.

          You can of course keep voting for the LabLibCon socialist dinosaur, in which case expect nothing to ever change.

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    • 39
      Tom Catesby says:

      The revelations concerning Rennard and his party, may well have some value at this time. Apart from it’s further exposing Nick ( ‘I’m sorry, I’m sorry’ )Clegg, for what he his. The growing public disgust, may very well have the effect of drawing votes away at Eastleigh from a discredited Government formed by two parties now running their seperate candidates at the bi-election, caused by a dishonourable and dishonest Lib-Dem. Could UKIP benefit and run through the middle and finish the race in front?

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    • 45
      yeah, right... says:

      Years ago, we used to be able to vote for a Conservative party. Anyone know what happended to them? Seemed such a sensible bunch of people, bit prone to unauthorised legover but I recall that as long as they were doing their job, no-one seemed to care too much.

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  4. 4
    shansshellur of th' eggsshekker says:

    10 to 1? its 10 past 1o!

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  5. 7
    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.

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  6. 10
    just a thought says:

    Has anyone seen the Invisible dutchMan?

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  7. 11
    (I don't need no doctor) says:

    Eastleigh does not matter.
    What does matter is the fact that the media are not delving into, and reporting on what happened at Stafford Hospital.
    This proves how dumbed down our media has become. It’s so easy to pick on Clegg and Rennard, but real journalism as Stafford would be is beyond our media.
    The BBC, ITV, Sky and C4 show themsleves for what they really are, pathetic.
    Why is life so cheap to our media, and what hold does labour have on our media. It’s an absolute disgrace.

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    • 21
      ( I don't need no newspaper ) says:

      Telegraph is full of real news. The Oscars!

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    • 22
      Sir William Wade says:

      Most of today’s media seem to be filter-feeders, relying on stories that float into reach, or baby penguins, waiting for their PR parents to regurgitate stories into their gaping beaks. There are only a few free-swimming predators left.

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    • 28
      A Geography teacher says:

      But Stafford is miles away from London. I believe it’s somewhere up north – quite near Scotland.

      Who on earth is interested in things ‘oop t’north’.

      The only real news happens in London and the home counties.

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      • 35
        Another Geography teacher says:

        I think you’ll find Stafford is nowhere near Scotland.

        It’s in Wales.

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        • 38
          A Third Geography teacher says:

          Which exam board are you coaching your pupils for ?

          Stafford-upon-Avon is definitely in Norfolk.

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          • Sat-Nav says:

            Switch me off – I’ve got a headache.

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          • A BBC Spokesperson says:

            You are all wrong, Stafford is in New Zealand and thus nothing to do with this country or the Labour party, in any way at all.

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          • Randy from New Mexico says:

            Hi folks, I sure am amazed at the lack of knowledge of geography and history that you have in the li’l old country.

            When Martha and I visited your nation’s capital back last summer, we took time out to visit Stratford on Avion. We had a great time visiting the Bard’s Birthplace near the Olympic Stadium. Our guide Henery (or was it ‘enery, Martha?) took us to Anne Hathaway’s Cottage – unfortunately she wasn’t at home as she was filming Les Miserables. The ‘Ye Olde Pie and Mash Shoppe’, the very one that Shakespeare used to eat at when he was writing his plays, was wonderful, we even saw his signature written on one of the white tiles.

            Of course we don’t have that sort of history here in New Mexico, just rattlesnakes. Anyway, thought that I’d just pop in to say, ‘Hi’. Say ‘Hello’ to Guy Fawkes from Martha and me!

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        • 40
          Wai Ponsov Marsdes-Ruction says:

          Can you find anything?

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        • 51
          Stats-Я-Us says:

          If you put all the dead bodies from Stafford end to end, they’d stretch to Scotland and back, and fill a graveyard the size of Wales.

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        • 56
          Mercator's little brother says:

          Maybe the proposed investment for HS2 would be better spent tunnelling around Londistan and the ‘home counties’, flooding it ,then towing the lot off to the coast of South Georgia, which is somewere near the Antartic if my geography serves me well. We could swap it for the Falklands, that may calm down the ‘Argies’.

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    • 36
      BeeCee says:

      Private Eye does not ignore the issue as you point out others do.

      See excellent three page article on Mid Staffs Inquiry “Return to the killing Fields – A chronicle of deaths foretold” Private Eye (No. 1334 22 Feb – 7 Mar 13).

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    • 85
      Anonymong says:

      That’s why I don’t pay telly tax, do not subscribe to Sky and have not bought a newspaper in years. I refuse to fund the lifestyle of a bunch of feckless, spoonfed idiots.

      Max Farquar and Chris Spivey are my regular ports of call for investigative journalism these days.

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  8. 12
    Allan says:

    ‘Honesty will be fashionable again’ tweeted Grillo after the latest election results. What do you think the outcome would have been had Guido, ‘the only man to enter parliament with honest intentions’ stood for election in Eastleigh in a few days time? He wouldn’t have had to bully supporters to get out and campaign for him. Now there’s a thought to send a chill down the spine of the Lib-Dems – and the Tories.

    Ex Anna racoon
    It all started with a blog- so go For it Guido

    Allan

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  9. 17
    Paniagua Dos says:

    FFS What is next Order-Order scratch cards, and E-cigs

    Next you’ll be playing a fucking pathetic tune everytime a blog post lands on time – just like ryanair

    Be careful how much you dumb down

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  10. 18
    Anonymous says:

    Vote for Guido !

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  11. 19
    Juror says:

    Wot doz statement meeen?

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  12. 20
    Sir William Wade says:

    Gambling is stupid, addictive, expensive and dull.

    I make an exception for games of skill, such as poker and bridge.

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  13. 23
    Gaddict says:

    Is it time for Guy News yet?

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  14. 25
    Calamity Clegg says:

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  15. 43
    Double Whammy says:

    Liberal Cardinals.

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  16. 47

    Bit confused – I was quoting Balls on Attlee

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  17. 54
    Ed Bollocks says:

    My money’s on a Labour win in Eastleigh.

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  18. 55
    Paniagua Dos says:

    WTF are the BBC trying to do, and what agenda are they trying to instil (and who is behind it all)

    On way to Gym last night (around 18:05) Radio 4 had some talking Mussie heads debating Gay marriage.

    On way back from Gym (around 19:25) Radio 4 has some woman talking about the difficulty in ‘coming out’

    Wonder what I missed in the middle?

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  19. 73
    genghiz the kahn says:

    “Fielding the thoroughly decent John O’Farrell showed eagerness to put their case well, and he does.”

    http://m.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2013/feb/26/eastleigh-worse-kind-of-westminster-charade

    Polly fails to work out that this the same thoroughly decent man who wanted the IRA to finish of Thatcher.

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    • 77
      call this man a comedian? says:

      Apart from supporting the IRA when they bombed Brighton, did O’Farrell also cheer after they blew up Chelsea and Deal Barracks,Hyde Park and Regents Park, Victoria Station,London Bridge, Manchester Arndale Centre, Bishopgate, Victoria Station, and of course Warrington?

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  20. 80
    Tiny Tom says:

    O’Farrell is a traitor and should be hung. See if he finds that funny

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  21. 88
    keredybretsa says:

    Each way bet in a two horse-lasagne race!

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