March 13th, 2013

UKIP Vote Against EU Budget Deal

This one will surprise a few people: UKIP’s MEPs have voted against the EU budget in today’s vote. Labour sources have this afternoon been stressing to Guido how their own MEPs had voted with the Tories, but that hasn’t stopped UKIP from opposing the deal on the grounds that it didn’t offer a big enough cut. A senior UKIP source tells Guido:

“Fact is that this is a posturing piece of flam from the parliament. UKIP voted against such a paltry cut, we demand a 100% cut in Britain’s contribution to the EU’s flabby, wasteful budget.”

One way to stir things up…

UPDATE: Roger Helmer explains the UKIP dilemma:

“Our first instinct of course is to vote against.  We don’t want to be in the EU, and we don’t want any EU budget at all.  No matter how little the EU costs us, it’s still too much. But on the other hand, we’ve always called on the EU to spend less, so how can we vote against a reduced budget?  Just suppose, for the sake of argument, that in a tight vote our dozen UKIP votes tipped the scales and defeated the proposal.  If no agreement is reached, the default position is a real-terms freeze — so the budget would go up in nominal terms.  How do we fancy a headline “UKIP vote leads to increased EU budget”? Tough call.  But of course there’s an up-side in terms of voter perception, if the budget deal falls.  The news for the voters would then be “Member States agreed a cut, but the European parliament effectively vetoed it”.  That should increase public anger and resentment against the EU and all its works.”


140 Comments

  1. 1
    Tax Slave says:

    Go Nige.

    About a 100% cut in EU budget sounds about right.

    Thereafter a subsequent 70% cut in UK government spending seems to be along the right sort of lines…… very little *really* needs to be provided by The State afterall……

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    • 23
      Anonymous says:

      So what is Cameron’s new plan?

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      • 28
        V1le, vicious Labour ruined my Country says:

        What we need is zero based budgeting where everything must be justified.

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        • 35
          Mr Micawber could give lessons says:

          What we really need is some people who understand that running a budget is living within your means or only spending what you can afford or what Mr Micawber says – anything but acting like a teenager with a brand new credit card.

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          • Lord Mandelbum of Fondleboys says:

            Sounds like UKIPs trying to be too clever – if their votes make the difference between the deal going through and the deal failing they can be sure that the media will, correctly, attach the blame to them for that, and we who care about getting out of the EU who are UKIP inclined will be aware of UKIPs petty politicking at our expense. For real world examples of how their approach is stupid, consider the lack of success of Derek Degsy Hatton and his Militant scumbags playing politics in Liverpool.

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          • stark says:

            They ( the state ) can afford almost anything in the short term simply by taxing the crp out of everyone.

            Of course, once the real ecomony tanks the method runs into deep sht

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          • I Remember You Hoo says:

            UKIP’s default position, should always be to vote against any increase in the EU budget and any budget freeze.

            UKIP should always only vote for EU budget reduction.

            Anything else is a vote for the sleazy EU Mafia.

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          • My taxes subsidise bankers’ bonuses and support unemployable chavs. I can’t afford to fund the plans of Fuhrer Merkel and her latin profligates too.

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          • Anonymous says:

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          • Nigel Garage says:

            We support Rumepy Pumpey.

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        • 62
          Anonymous says:

          Second-time buyers to be offered 95% mortgages by Osborne in desperate bid to boost housing market

          Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2292592/Second-time-buyers-offered-95-mortgages-Osborne-desperate-bid-boost-housing-market.html#ixzz2NRGLWUML
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          • I Remember You Hoo says:

            What could possibly go wrong?

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          • Anonymous says:

            Or what possibly go right?

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          • Archie says:

            I don’t know why Nige doesn’t put Roger Helmer up front more often! Well spoken, erudite and with gravitas, he more than holds his own against the fucking lefties that the Bullshit Broadcasting Service throws at him.

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      • 32
        Bald Rick says:

        cunning

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        • 37
          Professor of Cunning in the Departemnt of Cunning at Cunning University says:

          Yes but is it really cunning or merely just clever?

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          • the savant 10.4 highway patrol says:

            Or indeed to put in another way is it really a cunning stunt or perhaps just possibly a manoeuvre attempted by a a stunning …t

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        • 95
          Fishy says:

          Cunning…or are UKIP should a bunch of thick wanabee’s?

          When their candidate for Eastleigh, supports Labour (or Labour’s candidate on the NHS; on the budget deficit; on their support for the killing of Thatcher, and now the EU budget something is very wrong with the UKIP offering.

          You cannot ever trust Farage and his rag bag army of malcontents

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          • Village Idiot says:

            Well,you cannot trust the libs,the labs and the cons,nothing to lose anymore,so,hurrah for something different,and,maybe risky,oo,exciting…

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          • Vicar of Bray says:

            Were you in the Question Time audience last week?!!

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    • 49
      Casual Observer says:

      The only danger with wishing for 70% reduction in government spending is whether or not that would trigger a Greece like situation in the UK.

      There should be enough fat that can be trimmed, after the cost of the EU membership, to get that cost down without triggering widespread unrest.

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      • 64
        Tax Slave says:

        Personally I’de be happy to see hundreds of thousands of people in non-jobs marching in protest…..

        …..whilst I watch as the dawning realisation creeps across their faces as they work out that they need to get a real job, stop leaching off the tax payer and that they can’t spend all day surfing on the internet before going home at 4.55pm.

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        • 71
          Casual Observer says:

          I would prefer to see those in non-jobs in real jobs.

          The non-jobs do harm to both the individual and the country at large.

          I only mention the more practical aspect of solving this as some of the countries across the channel, notably Greece and Spa!n provide a picture of what could happen if things are not handled quite right.

          The starting point would be modification of employment contracts so as the farce recently exposed with civil service costs going up despite pay-freeze and head count reduction is not repeated.

          A quango cull is also long overdue.

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        • 74
          I Remember You Hoo says:

          + 1

          The government could easily cut spending and reduce the debt level and thus interest payments.

          That it chooses not to, is telling.

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    • 72
      • 91
        albacore says:

        Ah, come on – what do we need soldiers for?
        After all, next time that we’re in a war
        We’ve got the ultimate threat to deploy
        The odd nuke or two might only annoy
        But if we dropped Parliament on the foe
        That‘d learn ‘em not to give England woe

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  2. 2
    Why aren't we doing this? says:

    It’s come to something when Germany are ahead of the UK in dealing with Islamofascists.

    Germany on Wednesday banned three ultra-conservative Salafist Muslim groups which the Interior Ministry said wanted to overturn democracy and install a system based on sharia, or Islamic law.

    The ban, which took effect in the western states of Hesse and North Rhine-Westphalia in the early morning, is the latest step taken by German authorities who have increased surveillance of Salafists who espouse a radical version of Islam.

    The ministry said it has banned the organizations “DawaFFM” and “Islamische Audios”, as well as “An-Nussrah”, which is part of the “Millatu Ibrahim” group that was outlawed in June. Some 20 people were searched and assets belonging to the organizations were seized, said the ministry.

    “Salafism, as represented in the associations that were banned today, is incompatible with our free democratic order,” Interior Minister Hans-Peter Friedrich said in a statement. “(The groups) aim to change our society in an aggressive, belligerent way so that democracy would be replaced by a Salafist system, and the rule of law replaced by Sharia law.”

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    • 6
      I Remember You Hoo says:

      “ultra-conservative”

      As always lefties confuse fascism and conservatism. Deliberate much?

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      • 12
        Why aren't we doing this? says:

        The article I pasted is from YNet, an Is*aeli website.

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      • 18
        SP4BS says:

        when applied to a religion, it suggests: very old,traditional etc.
        Aren’t you able to distinguish between different meanings from different contexts?

        What term would you apply to ancient-old-farty religious traditions?

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        • 33
          I Remember You Hoo says:

          “What term would you apply”

          Fanatical nutters.

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          • Why aren't we doing this? says:

            “What term would you apply to ancient-old-farty religious traditions?”

            I’d call muslims stinking, fascist, murderous, backward, medieval, demented, thick, illiterate, mass murdering, anti-semitic, misogynist pieces of shit.

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          • Religious Knowledge says:

            “Insane,Suicidal,Lunatic,Anti west,Murderous
            I……….S……….L………A…………M.”

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    • 13
      One of the revolting plebs now voting UKIP.Org says:

      Don’t worry they will all be welcomed here & given every help they demand

      along with all of cash benefits, after all its only the English mugs that are going

      to forced to pay & suffer the consequences ………

      Clueless Dave the so called leader of the Pinocchio ConsLieLaborLibDims Perpetual

      Alliance will do nothing to hinder them in anyway

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  3. 3
    EU propaganda Dept says:

    Little Engerland fruitcakes!! As if we care what UKIP say or do.

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  4. 4
    Blokeonagolfcourse says:

    Ho hum

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  5. 5
    Kebab Time says:

    A senior UKIP source tells Guido:

    “Look Guido, we are socialists, we love the NHS and would reverse cuts to them, e will also dictate what people wear and we oppose the free market and movement of labour, nows the time to delete at documents that have ever mentioned that UKIP are libertarian”

    NOW SING THE RED FLAG COMRADES!

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  6. 7
    Andrew Efiong says:

    What a bunch of plonkers!

    They joined forces with the spendthrift nut jobs who want the EU to spend even more money.

    You can’t trust these people to vote right, they’re playing silly games with my taxes at stake and their petty politics has been flushed out now.

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  7. 8
    Steve Miliband says:

    One trick ponies cant even back the right horse

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  8. 9
    David Lammy says:

    Black?who said black?I know someone said that special word.

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  9. 10
    What about Christmas says:

    Euro turkeys are for it.

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  10. 11
    The Lizzud Returns says:

    That’s pathetic. Guido, if you had any integrity you’d be mocking the hell out of them.

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  11. 14
    Jimmy says:

    So Roger Helmet’s theory is that UKIP will benefit from public anger at a vote which they themselves supported?

    Couldn’t they have woken one of the others up to comment instead?

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    • 21
      fruitcake says:

      Looks more like he slept through the vote and now he’s playing catch-up

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    • 22

      I am completely in favour of politicians sleeping. Whilst doing that they cannot be spending, or misspending, our money.

      For the same reasons, I encourage then to have sex, go on holiday… anything as long as they are not thinking about spending ever-more of our money.

      (‘Our’ includes yours as well, Jimmy.)

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      • 30
        A anarchist says:

        I’m for them going to prison too; at least I was until I worked out that they get replaced by another spendaholic if they do get to eat porridge and play hide the sausage.

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      • 42
        Kent Constable says:

        Jimmy has benefits, he doesn’t carry money. like the Queen.

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    • 27
      Damed if they answer yes; damned if they choose no says:

      Have they stopped beating their wives?

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    • 41
      Casual Observer says:

      In terms of tabloid spin, it is a bit of a loser as the position is complex.

      Broken down though, Dave has tried to put UKIP in a catch-22 of sorts. If this vote had gone either way, Cameron was hoping to make political capital over them. If UKIP had voted either way, Dave was going to stand to make capital. If they had voted with, LibLabCon can say they are just the same as them and they all failed.

      Now: What has happened is amusing.

      Where the budget boomerang has come flying straight back and hit Dave squarely in the face (the overall vote was 161 against, vs 506 for), the UKIP position is kind of irrelevant.

      However, by not voting with LibLabCon mob, they are on the winning side in the Europe parliament for now, which helps curry flavor with their Euro-peers, and they can make a statement like this without looking completely foolish, unlike some others who are now being asked to give up their veto.

      In terms of who has lost the least credibility, like Eastleigh, UKIP are way ahead of the LibLabCon.

      If Dave or anyone tries to spin this, the next line is this: Given the 506 odd in favor, UKIP voting against would not have changed anything.

      UKIP would only have undermined their own position in Europe, without changing the result, and would have meant they were voting for a position which they do not believe in, which is UK 100% reduction.

      This is a very powerful argument for voting UKIP M.E.P.s in and also demonstrates to people in the UK very clearly how things are stacked against the UK in the Euro Parliament, and just how impotent the LibLabCon are.

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      • 89
        The Flkland Islanders voted NOW why can't we ?? says:

        Perception is ALL…this half-baked decision by MEPS has advanced even nearer the day UK exits the EU and will give a boost to Ukip in the upcoming local elections in May and probably guarantee they top the poll in the 2014 European Elections as the European Parliament and commisssion have an uncanny knack of pissing off the British voters every time they open their mouths

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        • 90
          Jimmy says:

          It’s a spectacular own goal. Any upward revision of the budget now has the Lemon Party’s grubby fingerprints all over it. This is the first good news Butch has had in weeks.

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          • Royal British Legion dominoes club says:

            Writing shit again Jimmy.. you should keep to doing that on your bedroom wall, at least the only people who will think you’re a €unt would be mummy and daddy and not most of the readers of these blogs you comment on.

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    • 97
      Fishy says:

      Waking the others up? They’re too busy doing their expenses

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  12. 16

    Have fun with the hypotheticals: If the situation was If no agreement is reached, the default position is a nominal terms freeze — so the budget would go down, how should they react then?

    *OK, I know awkward squad. But it is fun to speculate.*

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    • 25
      Tachybaptus says:

      The ideal would be a US-style fiscal cliff. If no agreement is reached or (as has been the case for years) the accounts can’t be signed off, all spending stops till they have sorted it out.

      The chance of something this being voted in is below zero, but one can always dream.

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      • 38
        I Remember You Hoo says:

        “all spending stops till they have sorted it out.”

        Should be all funding stops till they sort it out. That would soon get the crooks in Brussels attention.

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      • 79
        Your Friendly Neighbourhood Just-Another-Trick Detection Service says:

        Spending in the US doesn’t HAVE to stop, if they pass “continuing resolutions” (which they always do), and just maintain the status quo. It’s sleight-of-hand; it allows each side to defend “cutting/not cutting,” as each defines those terms to their own advantage. What it doesn’t do is challenge how much of the previous year’s budget was no fucking good to begin with. It’s like that old joke about middle-aged Paddy finally getting married and pleasing his ancient sainted mither: “Well, she may be the town floozy, Paddy, and she may put away more Guinness than ten men– but as long as she’s Catholic, that’s good enough for me!” As long as it’s a “budget,” i.e. a spending plan, accent on “spending,” it’s good enough for them. A continuing resolution is what they need to do by April Fools Day to keep the wheels turning in DC– and they’re doing the same song-and-dance they’ve been doing all along about how this REALLY will be the Apocalypse if it isn’t accomplished.

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    • 51
      stark says:

      Are you sure it is a nominal terms freeze ?

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  13. 19
    bergen says:

    If their posturing ends up costing us money, they’ll never get my vote in next year’s euro elections.

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    • 43
      I Remember You Hoo says:

      As if you would ever vote for a party, that refused to agree to let the EU spend more.

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  14. 24

    UKIP?

    Irrelevant splinter group in the splintering Disunited Kingdom

    Get a life or dissapear up your own nihilist asses

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    • 29
      fruitcake says:

      Man with Oxymoron handle demands magic trick involving purposeless equines….see you can get a job in the Sun too.
      Now, what’s this “working” mean apart from costing me money?

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    • 139
      Vicar of Bray says:

      UKIP is against gay marriage.

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  15. 34
    Pat Condell for PM says:

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    • 48
      I Remember You Hoo says:

      “Devious, religious fascists.”

      Spot on, yet again Pat.

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      • 53
        Why aren't we doing this? says:

        Pat’s one of the very few to speak out against islamonutters.

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        • 101
          Supporting our own f-nik replacement says:

          Yes, but Pat is a supporter of mass immigration. So it’s rather hypocritical to go on about islamonutters, when it was the policy of mass immigration that brought them here in the first place.

          Time people like Pat started putting 2 and 2 together, and thinking through the consequences of the policies they’ve championed for years.

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      • 54
        Why aren't we doing this? says:

        I mean one of the very few in the public eye to openly speak out.

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    • 92
      Jimmy says:

      What strikes me most is that however cretinous this pointless little man is, there are people out there so much thicker that they look up to him to the extent that they believe his flatulent rants are worthy of a wider audience than the EDL meeting for which one assumes they were originally designed.

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  16. 39
    TimeForChange says:

    UKIP MEP’s should not attend the EU parliament.
    Sinn Fein MP’s don’t attend Westminster, *note* Sinn Fein have some MP’s unlike UKIP!
    We need a party to vote for in 2014 who will act on principle, not join the troughers.
    UKIP MEP’s should be campaigning in our country, not snoozing in Brussels

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    • 45
      Point of Information says:

      They are already, and will be more evident later this year as the Euro elections get closer.

      UKIPs next big push is the May local elections. They won a council seat the other day in Cheshire, during a local by-election.

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    • 88
      TimeForChange says:

      UKIP could get us out by saying now that they intend to get more MEP’s than any other party in 2014 and they will not attend the EU unless a referendum is held immediately.
      Anyone from any party could safely vote for that.

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    • 94
      Jimmy says:

      “UKIP MEP’s should not attend the EU parliament.”

      To be fair they generally don’t, unless it’s to sign on for their exes, make a youtube video or sleep off a skinful from the night before

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      • 100
        Universal Hiss says:

        One has to be in the club to subvert the club.

        Standing just inside the only doorway of the tent pissing in?

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        • 106
          Royal British Legion dominoes club says:

          Infiltration of an enemy is an age old tactic. E.G. Trojan Horse.. Jimmy should really read up on his history instead of gawping at the wankernet inbetween his unfounded, limp wristed lefty comments.

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          • Jimmy says:

            Are you saying you’ve infiltrated UKIP?

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          • Royal British Legion dominoes club says:

            No i’ve infiltrated the Labour party, I am touring Britain, wearing a red rosette ranting “Vote Labour!” and shitting on peoples doorsteps in a symbolic gesture showing how each past Labour government has shat on their own and everyone elses doorsteps.

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          • Royal British Legion dominoes club says:

            That includes the doorstep of Iraq.

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    • 140
      Vicar of Bray says:

      Do Sinn Fein MPs take their MP salaries, I wonder?

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  17. 44
    Ed Balls - Shallow Chancer says:

    Spend, spend, spend. The Money Trees will provide.

    https://twitter.com/GABaines/status/311873885895274496

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    • 57
      I Remember You Hoo says:

      True except for one small detail.

      UKIP are not demanding an extra £1.7 billion from British taxpayers. They are calling for a cut.

      Gareth Baines doesn’t trouble himself with the truth much, does he?

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  18. 55
    The Merchant Of Verona says:

    “Of mankind we may say in general they are fickle, hypocritical, and greedy of gain.”

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  19. 56
    Owen's mummy says:

    Owen Jones where are you? It is time you were home from school and you are not writing trash on that nice Mr Forkes’ blog. You better be behaving and get home soon.

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    • 126
      Your local binman says:

      Owin,
      FYI, we do NOT collect bins – we merely empty them (usually all over the road in front of some person’s gate).

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  20. 59
    Raving Loon says:

    I can’t wait for the day UKIP get an MP. I’m sure it will happen within the next 2 GE’s.

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    • 93
      Anonymous says:

      So one MP in 7 years ! that will show everybody Nigel.What a joke !

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    • 98
      Rip van Wrinkle says:

      You think we’ll get two more GE’s?? Hahahaha

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    • 109
      Royal British Legion dominoes club says:

      The EU will close down Westminster after the 2015 election unless we get out of their political grasp. Think I am joking? willing to take the risk that we’ll lose our democratic rights? we have already lost a lot of our democracy EU intent on taking it all.

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  21. 61
    Chris Huhne says:

    My cellmate says he wants to toss my salad. What does that mean?

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  22. 65
    Prison horror says:

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  23. 67
    Chris Hunhe says:

    Bum Sex

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  24. 73
    Owen's mummy says:

    Owen, it’s no use making up big words. You can’t have more pocket money.

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  25. 75
    Casual Observer says:

    For anyone interested, the cost of the EU to UK in 2012 was ~10% UK GDP.

    This is an analysis from UKIP site by T!m Congd0n:

    http://www.ukip.org/media/pdf/Cost%20of%20the%20EU11.09.12.pdf

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  26. 80
    Mr Pink says:

    Does anyone have a link to a break down of how all the UK MEPs voted?

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  27. 87
    JohncMousley says:

    cunning move HQ, now we can watch the EU burn, and dave wave good bye to any chance of reform, it’s war between the Parliament and the national governments *popcorn*

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  28. 99
    DEATH TO THE EU and ALL who FAIL IN HER says:

    I don’t care what you do , just get us the fuck out of it !

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  29. 102
    Universal Hiss says:

    & it don’t matter how anyone tries to spin it UKIP would vote against a fiver rise.

    Duh!

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  30. 105
    Stepney says:

    Kind of sums the stupid F**kers up really.

    ‘You lot can suffer whilst we give ourselves warm hugs for making a few political points.’

    Milliband’s useful idiots are going to give us 15 years of Labour, undo every reform worthwhile, manacle the UK to the EU once and for all, and do it in the name of ‘reason’. Every night Ed goes to bed he gets on his knees and says a big thank you to God for UKIP.

    Fk me backwards they’ve already blessed us with the Coalition. Do some maths, see what could have been…

    Realpolitik? Don’t be stupid. It’s a foreign word to UKIP.

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  31. 116
    stevetierneyuk says:

    This was the single stupidest move UKIP have ever made. Hard core believers may cling on – but many who were minded to move will be halted. Because UKIP’s claim to be straight-talking, common sense, “not like all the others” has just been turned on its head. They put strategy before honest policy.

    They had a choice in their vote – less to Europe or More. They voted for more. All the squirming and semantics wont change that.

    Bad mistake.

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    • 123
      Raging Biggles says:

      WAKE UP
      Have you seen the size of EU pensions? Ask Patten Kinnoko Millidave Mandlebum Helmer.
      Protest only pays when UKIP go to Brussels. Non attendance could get our country back, but who would then pay UKIP for our carefully considered voting? zzzzzzzzzzzz
      If a vote has a bad outcome either way, abstain. zzzzzzzzzzzzz
      We will keep the Sinn Fein non attendance option quiet because it works and that could make us poor. zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

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  33. 127
    One of the lads says:

    It means the increasing costs of a night out for the lads.

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  34. 128
    One of the lads says:

    Excellent! Keep it going Cammy.

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  35. 129
    The oldest cardinal says:

    Let us spray…

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  36. 130
    William Hague Aged 15 not now says:

    Its quite simple if we didnt have the eu we wouldnt have an eu budget we wouldnt have a enormous ammount of deadlegs sucking on the taxpayers tit.
    Why the hell do we allow this.
    Lose all these basturds now.

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    • 131
      Banki Moon says:

      Its quite simple if we didnt have the eu we wouldnt have an eu budget we wouldnt have a enormous ammount of deadlegs sucking on the taxpayers tit.
      Why the hell do we allow this.
      Lose all these basturds now.

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  37. 132
    Banki Moon says:

    Its quite simple if we didnt have the eu we wouldnt have an eu budget we wouldnt have a enormous ammount of deadlegs sucking on the taxpayers tit.
    Why the hell do we allow this.
    Lose all these bastrds now.

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  38. 133
    Demetrius Skortou says:

    Fawkes,

    Maybe, Gareth “Boyo” Baines is badly in need of a 50,000 volt cattle prod treatment, stuck up his arse!

    Mr “Boyo” Baines may be able to grow some extra, “Bain” cells in that miserable Welsh bonce of his!!!!!

    Yours,

    Demetrius Skortou

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