February 27th, 2013

PMQs LIVE: Self-Appointed Detectives Edition


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  1. 1
    UKID DING says:

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  2. 2
    Steve Miliband says:

    Have I got news for you

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  3. 3
    Financial analyst says:

    While waiting for PMQS

    Here is another financial disaster in the making

    http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2013-02-27/wall-street-junk-kings-selling-debt-poised-to-lose-

    Originating from the same bank gansters of New York and London

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  4. 4
    Steve Miliband says:

    Hows that going? Funny once, not every week

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  5. 5
    Ed Ballzup (Music-Hall Comedian) says:

    Get on with it Miliband you imbecile!

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  6. 6
    The Happy liberal Care Home says:

    Has Ed Bolocks had a forehead transplant, it looks bigger each week

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  7. 7
    Oh Deary Me says:

    Big Fail from Ed.

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  8. 8
    Steve Miliband says:

    Ed’s joke writer is Justin Moorhouse – not very funny

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  9. 10
    Mike Hancock says:

    Who is the schoolgirl sat behind Harriet?

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  10. 12
    Steve Miliband says:

    New Statesman classic quote by Ed!!!

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  11. 13
    Tithead says:

    He’s lost the New Statesman now…

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  12. 15
    Eds Balls Up says:

    So quoting the New Statesman is scraping the Barrel?

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  13. 16
    joolz says:

    how bad is Ed Sillyband, the man cannot string together a coherent sentence

    joolz

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  14. 17
    The Happy liberal Care Home says:

    What is harriet wearing around her neck

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  15. 20
    Oh Shit!! says:

    It was like a thought bubble popped out of Ed’s head.

    “Did I really say quoting the New Statesman was scraping the barrel?

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  16. 21
    Frightened Inmate #2 says:

    Thompson Twins – We are Detectives

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  17. 22
    Ed Scraping The Barrel Miliband says:

    Wow, wasn’t I useless again.

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  18. 23
    genghiz the kahn says:

    Another run on the food banks.

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  19. 24
    Steve Miliband says:

    WTF Hazel?

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  20. 25
    genghiz the kahn says:

    Hard pressed Salford families facing higher energy bills. Hazel needs to ask her leader about his role in pushing up energy bills.

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    • 42
      Arch Karch er, er says:

      The simpleton could not join the dots, just as her fellow Labour member was whinging about not making the economy carbon free by 2030. With idiots like these, who do not understand that for every action there is a consequence, we are eternally f**ked.

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        Anonymous says:

        Arch @ 42 “for every action there is a consequence”
        Plus the everpresent Law of Unintended Consequences.

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  21. 26
    Tithead says:

    Hazel blears is so dog rough she’ll soon be in Coronation Street

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    • 31
      Hazel Blears- please pay us back! says:

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        Lord dickhard says:

        She did, didn`t she? She certainly held the cheque aloft and, turkey style, thrust her scrawny neck forward in a headbanger manner and one assumes it was paid.

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        • 74
          Anonymous says:

          You can’t send payments to HMRC unless they have issued a demand for payment.
          It was a stunt designed to make her look “good” & the viewers believe she was really going to put in the post.

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  22. 28
    WVM says:

    THE POISON DWARF SPEAKS!

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  23. 29
    Suicidal? She should have jumped for Joy. says:

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  24. 30
    genghiz the kahn says:

    Charlotte Leslie hitting at Labour’s toxic Health Care record.

    Cameron playing a straight bat, but not taking the hint. He is a turd.

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  25. 32
    (I don't need no doctor) says:

    Andy Burnham looked puzzled. He really is in denial over Stafford Hospital.
    Resign Burnham.

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  26. 35
    Rubik's Cube says:

    Please remember not to unseat Ed Milliband!

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  27. 37
    Ed Miliband says:

    We are still the policy free party.

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  28. 39
    The Anglo Saxon says:

    Skinners itching to ask a question, bets on last question going to him ?

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  29. 40
    Ed Miliband says:

    Labour have reverted to finding individual cases. I suppose that happens when they have no policies.
    Labour are liars.

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  30. 43
    Vacuous Unpaid Labour Intern Esq. says:

    Harman old hag wearing kinky boots, just sooooo wrong.

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  31. 46
    Fact Hunt says:

    ‘Not only Socialists but incompetent Socialists at that’.

    Bit like yourself then Dave.

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  32. 50
    Stuart says:

    Chris Bryant unable to make the Sarah Palin comment heard! His mate the speaker made sure it was heard! Disgracefully partisan!

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  33. 51
    pissed off voter says:

    did anyone notice how many, if any, of the female lib dem members were present?

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  34. 53
    Anonymous says:

    “We will look at any individual case” Bed room tax.

    STABILITY STABILITY STABILITY.

    The word Cameron does not understand. Everyone that has their life changed by these step change decisions will have a family and friends. Everyone will see the injustice of these issues. It reflects on his future.

    There are two types of policy: Change everyone/change all new situations. The former is appropriate to small percentage changes and the later to step changes.

    The obvious way is to always introduce a step change policy in new situations only. Any change would trigger the new restriction.

    If the problem is a major increase in housing benefit, it either means the rents have increased significantly or the numbers have gone up. The first implies that these people are being attacked for something outside their control. Have the actual rents for these specific long term residents gone up, or is it only the new agreed rents? Why punish the wrong ones. However, if the number have significantly gone up, then there must be a significant turnover in the system. So changing the rules for new situations only, would be adequate.

    My experience is there is a turnover. I also think the costs of refurbishing these long term rentals to the new standards will further increase the rents. Look at the rule changes on renting to see why the benefits have been rising for new housing situations.

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      Delboy says:

      Bit of rampant inflation for a year or two and the housing market will be sorted pal.

      Cant understand what all the fuss is about myself .

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    Guido's Windowlicker says:

    DD talking some economic sense with Brillo on Daily Politics today.

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    Yvonne from the Colliers Arms Clydach says:

    Cameron actually managed to say today his Government puts disabled people first .

    What a stupid thing to say and do .

    If you want to help the disabled then you first of all have to get the abled bodied people in productive work in an expanding economy .

    Only if you sort this will you be able to help the disabled.

    You cannot go on indefinitely giving them money no one earns.

    How he got a first from Oxford is really one of life’s great mysteries.

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  38. 72
    Yvonne from the Colliers Arms Clydach says:

    Cameron is obviously following my posts because he has changed his mind since lunchtime.

    He says now the period of fiscal consolidation is being extended which is more or less what President Hollande was saying in French . His excuse though is that he is a Socialist.

    The point here in the UK is that even Mr Cameron’s altered position will have no beneficial effect whatsoever : all Mr Cameron is going to do is extend the period of sluggishness in the economy.

    He would have been a better off just quoting an article in the New Statesman no one has ever read.

    That is what I think anyway.

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